The Korg Monotribe In Action

New Videos Demonstrate Syncing To iOS      05/06/11

Korg has released a series of videos that demonstrate it's vision for how the new Monotribe analog synth can fit into digital workflows. 

We've only seen Japanese versions of these videos, at this point, but it's easy to tell from the visuals what is being demonstrated. 

This example showcases options for integrating the Monotribe with Korg SyncKontrol. SyncKontrol is an iOS app that generates audio signals that can be used to trigger the Monotribe. This sounds simple, but it adds a great deal of flexibility to the synth, as the video demonstrates, letting you control the sequencer remotely, add swing and integrate with apps running on iOS or on your desktop. 

More videos in this series are available at the Korg Inc YouTube channel. 


James Lewin
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