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KORG Opsix First Look Feature

Korg Announce opsix, 6 Operator ‘Altered FM Synth’

In a move which will no doubt elicit excitement from both nostalgic and adventurous synthesis enthusiasts alike, Korg have unveiled opsix, a 6 operator powerhouse they describe as an ‘altered FM synth’. Those paying close attention to coverage of the 2020 NAMM show earlier this

The Fundamentals of FM Synthesis Explained

FM synthesis is a wildly powerful method of synthesising sounds with a different approach to the more common subtractive synthesis found in analogue and analogue-style synthesisers. It is inherently more complex and less predictable, but rewarding to learn. Many of the timbres achievable with FM

JUST SOUNDS-ODS Feature

Just Sounds: KORG OD-S Nutube Overdrive Kit

The OD-S is the new and easily modifiable D.I.Y Overdrive pedal from KORG. To simply put it, it sounds great and the fact that you have to actually build the pedal yourself is both fun, easy and interesting. The OD-S is also loaded with a

Korg Kronos Specials and Bonus Hard Case with Purchase

Korg’s flagship workstation, the Kronos, is truly a professional tier instrument, encompassing decades of Korg’s technical prowess into a package that will satisfy even the most demanding players and producers.  With nine distinct synthesis engines and a complete suite of performance and productions tools, KRONOS

Analogue, Digital and Hybrid: Audio Mixer Types Explained

Have you noticed manufacturers citing their audio mixers as analogue, digital and now ‘hybrid’? Wondering what that means when it comes to actually using the mixer? Here’s a no nonsense explanation of the differences and some pros n’ cons.   Analogue Mixers are Brainless They are