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Announcing a new high-quality mobile sound module app for iPad!
Maintaining its position at the forefront of mobile music apps, KORG now offers you a new style of performance and production with KORG Module for iPad. Ideal for performance and music production, KORG Module is a high-quality sound module app for iPad that contains a sound library over 1 GB. If you have an external MIDI keyboard and an iPad, you can play studio-quality keyboard and grand piano sounds anywhere. You can also use the sounds of KORG Module for the KORG Gadget music production app.
- 90 programs
- Five modules
- Acoustic Piano
- Electric Piano
- Master Effects
- Modulation effect
- Ambience effect
- Usable simultaneously
- Play using an external MIDI keyboard
- Program change
- The damper pedal can be used to switch the rotary speed
- Virtual MIDI
- MIDI over Bluetooth
- Usable in Gadget as five types of Gadget
- Set List Functionality
- Change programs for each song you perform
- View images or PDF scores
- Use the internal camera to capture memos, etc.
- Edit text to create memos
- Load text files
- Load and play songs from the library of the Music app
- Adjust the playback speed of songs
- MIDI Player
- Load and play Standard MIDI Files
- Audio Recording
- Upload to SoundCloud
- Upload to Dropbox
- Export to Mac/PC via iTunes file sharing
- Velocity Curve
- Dynamics can be varied by your playing on a MIDI keyboard
- Inter-App Audio
- Audiobus 2 support
Experimental video clip and soundtrack.
Camera : Zoom Q4 for DSN-12/Canon PowerShot G12 for telephoto shot
Edited with Openshot and Kdenlive on Debian wheezy.
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Sharing the satisfaction of assembling my very own synthesizer; the reissue of the 1978 Korg classic monosynth! At the end is a brief audio demo including modular sequencing of the MS-20.
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my KORG new electribe…….initial defectiveness!!!!!
Electribe leaves my home with initial defectiveness.
It was slightly 2-day self-possession.
bad and sad news
Please listen with headphones.
Korg today introduced the new Kronos – the most powerful version of their flagship keyboard music workstation to date;
“The new Kronos features the unrivaled 9-engine structure from previous versions, with numerous improvements to both sound capability and overall functionality,” said Korg Brand Manager James Sajeva. “Truly, this is the most powerful synthesizer on the planet.”
Sajeva explains what’s been updated in the new Kronos: “Our SGX piano engine, already revered for its German and Japanese grands, now also includes a 9GB Berlin grand with dedicated una corda (soft pedal) samples, plus sympathetic string resonance that works on all the SGX pianos” he continued. “It’s truly an amazing piano experience. There are new banks of sounds based on famous song titles for our cover players and those looking for ‘that’ sound for their recordings, plus a ‘best of’ bank from KaPro, who has created numerous libraries for the Kronos line.”
Other new features include system-wide Touch/Drag via the Kronos’ color TouchView screen; allowing the user to edit onscreen parameters faster than ever.
An evolved Set List mode provides the capability to resize their custom text per set list entry, and enter text via either an onscreen QWERTY or external USB ASCII keyboard. Entries can also be color-coded for better organization and visibility, and users can even decide how many set list entries appear on the screen at time, allowing for more (and larger) onscreen text to remind you of lyrics, changes, or other notes.
An improved search function helps users to find the perfect sound faster than ever.
Other improvements include onscreen metering in Combination and Sequencer modes, along with the ability to edit Programs within a Combination to hear the edits in context with other parts.
The improvements don’t end with the software, either; the new Kronos also boasts natural wood side panels, easier-to-read silkscreened text and gold-plated audio I/O jacks.
Korg Kronos synth engines:
- SGX-2 Premium Piano
- EP-1 MDS Electric Piano
- CX-3 Tonewheel Organ
- HD-1 High Definition PCM Synthesize
- MS-20EX & PolySixEX Legacy Analog Modeling
- AL-1 High-Fidelity Analog Modeling
- MOD-7 Waveshaping VPM Synthesizer
- STR-1 Plucked Strings Physical Modeling
Other features include one-cable USB DAW integration for MIDI and Audio, powerful effects processing with up to 16 effects at a time, a 16 MIDI/16 Audio track sequencer, 16-part Combinations, a tremendous assortment of real time controllers, KARMA phrase generating technology, vector control and more.
This is Part 1 of our video manual for the Korg Kronos Music Workstation, focusing on basic navigation.
Send sample data directly from your iPhone to your volca sample!
AudioPocket enables you to program your volca sample memory with audio samples.
In addition to merely importing samples from your computer via iTunes, the free AudioPocket app has a built-in recorder – you can record something to sample as and when you need it, or you can record anything that crops up when you’re out and about to put into your Volca Sample later, as long as you have your iPhone with you…
More Details about volca sample:
Sonic got a sneak preview at BPM of the brand new Korg Electribe, although perhaps not in the ideal environment. So we jumped at the chance to have a visit from Ian at Korg UK and James (aka Mista Bishi) to give us a more detailed look at the new unit.
With a King Korg derived synth engine the Electribe features a 24 voice synth engine for 16 parts, each part also has an insert effect and then there’s a final Master Effect buss too.
Plenty of filter types and a revamped effect processor gives the Electribe a full ambient sound, at least in the hands of Mista Bishi.
If you want to hear a more complete version of the track James played portions of, here’s a link to a vocal version.
KORG PROPHECY Synth Demo, Part 2 of a 2 Part video series on my favorite patches, and a ‘walkthrough.’ of programming changes. Be sure to watch for a Part 2 of a deeper video series on programming soon to follow.
I will provide a download link, upon request, to the Korg Prophecy Parameter Guide & The MOSS-TRI User’s Guide, which is the manual for the Prophecy board for the Korg Trinity “Plus”…not the V3 Z1 MOSS-TRI Board (they are different synths):
The KORG PROPHECY was among the first “Virtual Analog” synthesizers from the mid to late 90s, and is one of my favorite synths due to it’s truly extensive architecture. It remains one of the more complex and unique sounding “Physical Modeling” Synthesizers ever made.
volca arranged by BakaOscillator.
Use, KORG volca Bass X2, Betas.
Keio (Korg) Mini Pops 7 Drum Machine + Roland RE 101 Space Echo
Keio Giken (former name of KORG in 60’s) Mini Pops 7 (1966, aka UNIVOX SR-95) + Roland Space Echo RE-101