Korg microKORG

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Korg microKORG

State-of-the-art analog modeling and multi-band vocoding are finally available in a compact, portable instrument. With 37 keys and 128 user-rewritable...

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Excellent

ProLots of choice, fun to edit and play about with

ConsWhen changed program number, audio cuts out

The microKORG is a very old but still good synthesizer to use. It is considered the beginner's synthesizer. It has 37 keys and 128 voices on it. You select these 128 voices via the Program Select knob which can switch it to the 8 options given which are: Trance, Techno/House, Electronica...

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Not for me

“microRUBBISH!”

published 07/06/2008

Prolightweight

Constoo many - look at the review..

The microKORG is one of the best selling synthesizers worldwide and has been used by several electronic bands such as Enter Shikari and Massive Attack. The box simply contains the tiny 2kg microKORG itself, the vocoder microphone, power supply and manual. Users may at first be surprised by...

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Super

“High fun factor”

published 29/12/2008

ProMuch fun for money, fat sounds

ConsSmall springy keys, trancy presets may turn people...

Toy looking, but quite a beast in a little box. It seems to have the same engine as the much larger MS2000. The presets are not for everyone, but with the free downloadable editor you can create your own sounds, and they are awesom. You can also use presets from the ms2000 which are available on...

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Super

“Great little 'toy'”

published 20/05/2009

ProCHeap, good for begginner/pro, can get some good s...

ConsHard to use for begginner, not as sturdy as it cou...

The microkorg is great for either beginners or professionals. It features 37 keys and 127 programs that are user-rewritable, giving you a lot of variation. These sounds range from electric pianso, basses , guitars, bells, synth pads etc. The different sound sections include - Trance, Techno/House...

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Super

“KORG MicroKORG MonsterKORG”

published 02/02/2011

ProGreat range of sounds

ConsSmall keys, confusing interface

Features *37 note, velocity sensitive keyboard *Dual oscillator DSP synthesis engine *Wide selection of waveforms *Four filter modes, all with optional resonance *Two ADSR envelope generators *MIDI syncable LFO's *8 band vocoder *3 different types of modulation *3 delay effects *Two-band...

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Excellent

Proamazing sounds, with real depth and realness

Conslimited polyphony and memory bank, small keys

I have seen this piece of kit on stage with so many musicians ranging from the killers to my humble self. This instrument does come with some limitations, but what do you expect for something so small. Sometimes as a 4 note polypony but if you combine oscilators this can quickly turn into a...

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Product Information : Korg microKORG

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State-of-the-art analog modeling and multi-band vocoding are finally available in a compact, portable instrument. With 37 keys and 128 user-rewritable programs, the microKORG Synthesizer/Vocoder is perfect for the performer, producer, computer musician or beginner looking for an affordable synthesizer. The new microKORG delivers the quality sounds and features you expect from Korg at a price that will astound you.Features:* Sound Generation Method: Analog Modeling Synthesis System* Synthesizer Program: Multi Timbral:2 (max, Normal/Dual Mode)* Voices: 4 voices* Sound Source: 2 Oscillator + Noise Generator, Multi Mode Filter (-24dB/oct LPF, -12dB/oct LPF/BPF/HPF), EG x2, LFO x2, Virtual Patch x4* Vocoder Program: 4 voices* Sound Source: 1 Oscillator + Noise Generator, EG x1, LFO x2, 8 Channels vocoder, Level and pan of each channel can be edited, Formant Shift functionTechnical DataGeneral Specifications: Programs: 128 programsEffects: Modulation effects (3 types), Delay (3 types), EqualizerArpeggiator: 6 typesKeyboard: 37 Keys (mini-keyboard, velocity sensitive)Inputs: AUDIO IN 1, and 2Level switch: LINE/MIC, Audio In 1, 2 (LINE), Audio In 2 (MIC)Outputs: L/MONO, R and HeadphonesMIDI: IN, OUT and THRUDisplay: 3 characters x1 line with 8 segment LEDPower Supply: DC 9 V (AC adapter), or six AA alkaline batteries (sold separately)Power Consumption: 6.4 Watt maximumAccessories: AC adapter (DC 9 V, 600 mA), Condenser MicrophoneDimensions: (W x D x H) 20.63\ x 9.13\" x 2.76\" (524mm x 232mm x 70mm)Weight: 4.85 lbs. (2.2 kg)"

Product Details

Long Name: microKORG, Synthesizer Microkorg

Type: Keyboard / Synthesizer

Genre: Synthesizer

Manufacturer: Korg

Header / Model: microKORG, Synthesizer Microkorg

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