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Just Sounds: KORG Monologue + NTS 1 + Volca Sample

Just Sounds: KORG Monologue + NTS 1 + Volca Sample

Spektro Logs is volume 4 in the series of sound packs for the Korg monologue. Created by Ícaro Ferre, it features 100 custom presets which include unique bass and lead patches interesting FX and drum parts. If you own a monologue you can download the

6 Reasons Why I Still Love the Korg Monologue

Released back in 2017, the Monologue is a cut down, single voice taken from Korg’s very successful Minilogue, sort of. This might seem strange at first, but this mini-mono mate comes equipped with a few features that’ll make Minilogue owners jealous. I find myself coming

Korg Minilogue xd Overview & Demo

The minilogue xd is the latest addition to Korg’s popular ‘logue’ family of synthesisers and really feels like the culmination their analog journey over the last few years, packing in so much of what we’ve come to love about their instruments. It retains the form

Korg Announces New Volcas and Minilogue xd

Korg has just confirmed three new product announcements ahead of the 2019 NAMM trade show – 2 new additions to their ultra-portable Volca series and an upgrade/expansion to their 2016 analogue synthesiser, the Minilogue. Introducing the Volca Drum digital percussion synthesiser, Volca Modular semi-modular analogue synth, and

Art of Synthesis: Korg

“Art is art when it is appreciated by someone.” – Isao Tomita Behind every great company there is usually is a great story, and Korg is certainly no exception. However, paradoxically with this story, the prologue comes at the end. At least the end of

Noisegate Video Tutorial Series: KORG Prologue Synthesiser

Noisegate Video Tutorial Series: KORG Prologue Synthesiser

With its smaller minilogue and monologue siblings already making their mark on the synthesiser market, we were super excited when KORG announced the NEW prologue synthesiser at  NAMM 2018. We have been fortunate enough to get our hands on one to check out what’s under the hood, so we thought we’d begin an