Korg has officially announced minilogue, a fully programmable four-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer with 200 editable presets (100 preloaded), a 16-step polyphonic note and motion sequencer, arpeggiator, and delay. With its powerful, yet easy to understand signal flow, minilogue is designed to inspire and captivate musicians and analog enthusiasts on all levels.
A new Voice Mode lets users choose how the four available voices are configured; from Polyphonic to Duophonic, Unison to one-note Chords, and more. In addition to offering up information on presets and editable parameters, the OLED display also features a real-time oscilloscope, providing functional, fun, and eye-catching visual feedback for the sound being played; a feature never before seen on a hardware synth.
The uniquely curved, sand-blasted aluminum panel, real Pyinkado wood back panel, solid, chassis-mounted metal shaft potentiometers and rubber-coated knobs give the roadworthy minilogue a standout look and feel to complement its powerful and dynamic sound creation capabilities.
"We are beyond proud of the work our designers, engineers and voicers have put into this instrument. minilogue is a truly next-level synth with a sound, feature set, workflow, and look unlike any other on the market today," shared James Sajeva, Brand Manager for Korg Technology Products. "minilogue also brings a new level of affordability to the world of programmable polyphonic analog synthesizers. At $499.99US it is priced like a digital synth but offers superb true-analog sound with convenience of programmability, a striking design, and a very high-quality build," added Sajeva.
Korg's minilogue will make its début at the 2016 Winter NAMM show at the Korg USA booth; #6440 in Hall A, with exclusive demonstrations planned throughout the show. The minilogue will be in stores January 2016 for $499.99.
Official Video Introducing KORG minilogue: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmsiNqrM374