Chief Engineer Of KORG Presents The monologue
In this video, the chief engineer of KORG, Tatsuya Takahashi, introduces the new KORG monologue monophonic analog synthesizer. From the demo he provides in the video, its clear that this synth sounds purely amazing.
The monologue’s completely new filter, modulation, drive, and LFO can generate powerful basses and sharp leads, creating awesome mono sounds that showcase its single-voice design. The step sequencer has also been dramatically expanded, allowing more intuitive and more complex editing.
- Fully programmable, with 100 program memories (80 presets included)
- 16-step sequencer with extensive motion sequence technology to make your sound move
- Microtuning lets you freely create scales and alternate tonalities
- Oscilloscope function helps visualize the waveform in real time
- Battery-powered for portability
- Rugged and stylish with aluminum top panel, chassis-mounted pots, rubber-coated knobs, and real wood back panel
- MIDI, USB MIDI, and Audio Sync for all types of in-studio and live connectivity, including direct sync with minilogue, SQ1, volca, electribe, and more
- Five color variations that will shine on stage or in the studio
You can learn more about the KORG monologue by visiting the product site. It is currently available for purchase for $299.99 USD and will be in stores January 9, 2017.