Background video description (Googlish from Japanese):
If you KROSS, and analogy to street and stage in its entirety, an environment program and sequence, own elaborated at home is always practice. The balance portability and rich sound across the class, I thought the convenience of on-site. Equipped with a convenient audio recorder and microphone input, and driven from AA batteries. Specifications and style are different from the others, new classic music workstation unique.
Stupid clown jamming away on the KROSS
Video information (Googlish from Japanese):
Proud of the performance techniques transcendence H ZETT M “genius piano magician mystery” is, run down the latest workstation KORG, the KROSS!
H ZETT M, who was in charge of composer / music demo song 4th track mounted on KROSS body to be released in late June of “PLAY and GO!” Is, attack the head office showroom of Korg what. By the hand of H ZETT ISM (H. Georgette ism), pattern of performance there was recorded in “PLAY and GO!” Was sublimated to the wonderful video work this time following the promotion video of PS60. By H ZETT M is and also considering KROSS use in the stage of their own, it might co-star both be seen in front of in the near future.
Korg’s new Kross Music Workstation is the go-anywhere, do-anything keyboard that lets you make music wherever you are. There’s a huge collection of sounds and effects at your fingertips, plus a 16-track sequencer that lets you instantly record your ideas. Quickly make beats with drum-machine-style editing, and lay down vocals with a built-in stereo audio recorder. When it’s time to move, toss in 6 AA batteries, grab the carrying handle, and Kross goes where you do. Affordable and versatile, Kross is available with either 61 full-size semi-weighted keys or 88 fully-weighted piano keys.
MESSE13: Korg Kross First Look We managed to get walk through of the new workstation
In this first part of our five-part video manual, you’ll learn all about the controls and connections on Korg’s Kross Music Workstation. If you’re new to Kross, or just want to know how it’s laid out, start here.
For more information, please visit korg.com/kross