Top 4 New Korg Products to make you Smile
Published: Fri January 24, 2014
For 2014 Korg have released a whole range of products that will have even the most reserved gear head smiling, you can view the whole range by visiting our page of new Korg 2014 products
page but for now we have a look at what we think is the top 4 of Korgs new products.
The new Taktile controller overs complete integration into your recording studio by including some nice features including trigger pads, sliders and appreciator in built into the controller.
The Triton Tacktile comes with the popular Triton sound module already preloaded to give you a top synth and midi controller in one unit
We particularly like the presets and user functionally that will automatically get you set up to your chosen DAW in no time at all!
We love Korg synths especially the classic MS-20 and even though the MS-20mini was unveiled in 2013, Korg have re-released the Korg MS-20 as a kit form allowing fans to get really under the skin of this analog classic and feel what its like to build a legendary syntheziser.
Even though Korg have called these mini digital pianos “toys” we know that children and adults will love this neat little keyboards. they come in 4 bright colours and are a great way to get kids to start learning the joy of playing a piano.
These tinypianos are pretty powerful and have 25 sounds and 50 demo songs to play with, the only trouble you will have is choosing which colour is best!
The humble Keytar is back and Korg have really looked at what made the original Korg RK100 great and then super charged it with the addition of a vocoder apreggiator and inbuilt analog sound module.
Korg have made such a great job with this instrument we are convinced that the Korg keytar will be coming back with avengeance for 2014!
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