New Videos Of Korg Minilogue Analog Polysynth

Yes, it's now official: See Korg's own videos of the 4-voice analog synth      15/01/16

New Videos Of Korg Minilogue Analog Polysynth


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You've probably seen the early information on the new Korg Minilogue Analog Poly around the place. Today today, Korg has officially announced the Minilogue, the newest addition to their growing synth line. It's an all-new 37-key, 4-voice true analog polyphonic synthesizer with onboard delay and 16 step poly sequencer.

Korg believes that the Minilogue is the first of its kind in design, virtue and affordability. They say that newly developed analog synth circuitry provides a rich, diverse sound palette, instantly recalled from its 100 factory presets plus 100 user programs.

Specifications:

  • Keyboard: 37 keys (slim keyboard, velocity sensitive)
  • Maximum Polyphony: 4 voices (8 voice modes inc unison layering)
  • Controls: 41 dedicated panel controls deliver immediate parameter access
  • Sequencer: 16 step polyphonic sequencer with automation of up to four synth parameters
  • Connectivity: MIDI IN / OUT, USB B, Sync IN / OUT allows you to jam with volca series and electribe series
  • Sound Generation: 2 VCO (saw / tri / sqr), 1 VCF (2 / 4pole), 2 EG, 1 VCA, 1 LFO, DELAY
  • Input / Output Jacks: Headphone Output, Line Output, Audio Input
  • Oscilloscope: Real-time OLED oscilloscope provides visual feedback of parameter changes

 

 

Chief engineer Tatsuya Takahashi introduces the unique synthesis about minilogue.


Pricing and Availability:
$499 / £435

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