Korg Launches Global Pa Series Sound & Style Shop

Online store offers Styles and Sounds for Pa Series arranger keyboards      16/10/13
Korg Launches Global Pa Series Sound & Style Shop


Korg has announced the launch of its Pa Series Sound & Style Shop. They say that the new online store, designed to expand the musical options for players of Korg's keyboard arranger products, offers Styles in multiple musical genres that span several decades, plus expressive Sounds to please any audience.

A Style is an ensemble of playable sounds, rhythms, and effects that conveys a specific genre or piece of music. Styles respond in real time to players' chord changes, and feature multiple intros, fill-ins, variations and endings for dynamic performances. Korg's Pa Series arrangers contain hundreds of onboard Styles, with the ability to edit, create and add more Styles.

Now available in the Sound & Style Shop is a collection of several dozen user-requested, American genres covering both classic and modern R&B, as well as pop and country. To celebrate the shop's grand opening, all selections are currently being offered at 30% off.

In the coming months, new selections will greatly expand the musical horizons for the Pa Series. Sounds and Styles from around the world will become available for both the Pa600 and Pa900 from such countries as: India; China; Indonesia; Turkey; Persia; Peru; Mexico; Spain; Germany; Serbia and more.

Visitors from the global community can browse Sounds and Styles by category, listen to audio demos, and immediately download for use. Current selections are compatible with various Pa Series products such as the flagship Pa3X and the all-new Pa600, with upcoming sounds to be available for the Pa900 as well (see individual Style descriptions for details).

Pricing and Availability:
Current selection at an introductory price of $6.99 each.

More information:

 

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