Overview Of The Korg Prologue - 16 VPM Oscillators, FX, Filter and More
In this video from Loopop, we get a thorough rundown of the new Korg Prologue introduced at this year’s NAMM show. You can browse through the video index below.
- 0:00 Intro
- 0:35 Analog oscillators
- 1:35 Filter news
- 2:40 Modulation
- 4:10 Arpeggiator
- 4:50 Wheel and Pedal
- 5:20 MULTI ENGINE
- 5:30 Noise
- 5:50 All 16 VPM osc.
- 7:45 User-Waves
- 8:10 More VPM params
- 8:55 All 3 oscillators…
- 9:15 Delay, Reverb
- 12:35 ALL MOD FX
- 14:20 Voice modes
- 15:40 Splits/layers
- 16:05 Play presets
Korg Prologue Features
- 16/8-voice analog synthesizer circuit.
- Newly developed multi-engine equipped with three types: noise, VPM, and user.
- High-quality digital effects.
- An open API (Application Programming Interface) for user-created oscillators and effects
- Newly developed L.F. COMP. (Low Frequency Compressor) analog effect (prologue-16 only).
- Bi-timbre support.
- Voice modes that allow voices to be flexibly recombined.
- Arpeggiator equipped with a variety of types and range settings.
- Program Sort allows rapid access to 500 programs.
- Japanese-made high-quality natural touch keyboard.
- Oscilloscope function shows the waveform visually.
- Tough and stylish body made of aluminum and wood.
- Sync with another groove machine to enjoy jam sessions.
- Lineup includes a 16-voice 61-key model and an eight-voice 49-key model.
The Korg Prologue 8 and 16 are priced at $1499 and $1999, respectively, and you can visit the Korg website to learn more.