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Jan 19, 2006

Korg Offers Users Free Upgrade For Korg Legacy Collection - Digital Edition

Korg M1

Korg is offering a free update of its Legacy Collection — Digital Edition suite of software synthesizer and effects. Version 1.1 expands the M1 software synthesizer to now encompass the entire sound library of Korg’s classic T-series Music Workstations.

The T-series debuted in 1989, further advancing the music workstation concept based on Korg’s “AI” synthesis first offered with the M1. The new M1 software synthesizer version 1.5 delivers all of the T-Series’ PCM data (including the piano PCM from the T1), as well as all the programs and combinations…

Jan 19, 2006

Korg Expands TR Series Of Workstations With 88-key Model

Korg TR

Following the recent launch of its 61- and 76-key TR Music Workstations, Korg announces the addition of an 88-key model with authentic weighted action. The TR Music Workstation Series delivers excellent value in a streamlined, cost-effective package, offering a wide variety of high-quality sounds, classic Korg user-friendliness and up-to-date storage and computer connectivity.

The TR features Korg’s HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis technology — the synthesis system that has made the acclaimed TRITON family a worldwide standard…

Jan 19, 2006

Korg's K-series Usb-midi Studio Controllers Offer Flexible Control In A Variety Of Keyboard Formats

Korg K25

Korg introduces its K-series USB-MIDI Studio Controllers that combine full size velocity-sensitive keys with a variety of hardware control features. They are designed to be the centerpiece of any software-based music production environment for entry level and cost conscious users.

The K-series is comprised of three models: the K25, K49 and K61, with 25, 49 and 61 keys respectively. All feature a great keyboard feel and response, with four velocity curves and a convenient fixed velocity setting for playing organ and analog synthesizer sounds…

Jan 9, 2006

PX-700 Combines Compact Nature Of Privia Series With Traditional Cabinet Piano Functions

Casio PX-700

Casio will be sure to strike a chord with even the most fickle virtuosos as it unveils its newest Privia Digital Piano at CES in Las Vegas today. The PX-700 blends the lightweight, compact nature of a Privia Digital Piano with the traditional components of a cabinet piano. This new addition to the Privia line is the first with an integrated stand and 3 pedal unit. The

PX-700 will hit the right key with anyone who is looking for a traditional piano look and will be on display at Casio’s Booth # 9808.

The PX-700 falls into rhythm with the other digital pianos in the Privia series by providing the same polished grand piano sound…