Korg has released the KORG Legacy Collection - Analog Edition 2007 with the major news being the addition of Mono/Poly, the classic Korg analog synthesizer newly reborn as a software instrument.
- Polysix v1.2
- MS-20 v1.2
- Legacy Cell v1.2
- MS-20FX v1.2
- MDE-X v1.2
Mono/Poly software synthesizer
The classic Mono/Poly provided four oscillators, a resonant filter, dual EGs and Modulation Generators, plus 4-way Synchro and Cross Modulation capability for creating aggressive and signature tonal effects. It also featured the same arpeggiator and Chord memory functions as its sibling, the Polysix.
Along with being a complete reproduction of the original Mono/Poly, this new software version extends the Mono/Poly in significant ways. It features 128-voice polyphony with up to 16-voice unison, 2 integrated multi-effects providing 19 effects and a powerful eight-way virtual patching matrix. The virtual patch functionality lets you use 159 different modulation sources to modulate 35 different destinations, giving you the capability for creating complex and diverse sounds.
Pricing and upgrades
The KORG Legacy Collection - Analog Edition 2007 has an MSRP of $249. The following upgrades and cross-grades are available:
- KLC v1.2 and KLC ANALOG EDITION (copy protected via USB key) users can upgrade for $99.
- KLC v1.1 and KLC-ANALOG EDITION v1.0 (copy protected with challenge/response code) users who own a Syncrosoft compatible USB key can upgrade to KLC for $114.
- KORG Legacy Collection - DIGITAL EDITION users can cross-grade for $199. This special price is only valid through March 31, 2007 (U.S. eastern time).
A demo version of KLC Analog Edition 2007 is available here. This trial version can be used for 10 days without limitation. A Syncrosoft compatible USB key is required.