Product Presentation: King Korg

Performance synthesizer with CV      22/03/13

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18:37 mins    

The new King Korg Virtual Analog Synthesizer has been somewhat overshadowed by the simultaneous announcement the Korg MS-20 Mini, which frankly stole the show at NAMM this year. However the King Korg also has some pretty desirable features.

We had a visit from product specialist Luke Edwards, who showed us what the new King Korg can do.

One of the big surprises for me was the CV/GATE output which we were able to hook up to the original MS-20.

 

  • 3 Oscillators
  • Multi-mode modeling filters
  • Three master effect sections (each with six effect types)
  • Vacuum tube driver circuit adds rich overtones and powerful distortion
  • Support for librarian software that lets you manage programs

King Korg is available now priced at £949
Thanks to all our readers who sent in questions for Luke.

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