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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 19, 2006

Korg Debuts Microx Synthesizer

Korg Microx

Korg introduces the compact, lightweight microX music synthesizer. Its 25 full-sized, velocity-sensitive keys, multi-genre sounds, real-time control elements and USB connectivity are ideal for computer-based studios and live performance.

The microX is packed with over 1,100 sounds generated by the acclaimed HI synthesis system featured on the Korg TRITON series. It is based on a new 64 MB PCM ROM which includes Korg classics and ample new waveforms created specifically for the microX. The result is a soundset with a focus on cutting edge synth and dance sounds, as well as unique ethnic timbres and essential “bread and butter” offerings…

Aug 8, 2006

Korg Introduces Os V1.2 Operating System For Oasys

Korg V1

Korg has announced Operating System Version 1.2 for the OASYS Open Architecture Synthesis Studio. In addition to new features and enhancements, it also offers a demo version of the LAC-1 Legacy Analog Collection containing the latest OASYS Expansion Instruments (EXi).

New OASYS v1.2 features include:

An easy-to-use chord feature that allows the user to store a chord then transpose it by playing single notes on the keyboard. The chord mode has been integrated with the Drum/Chord Pads, allowing eight such chords to be stored.

Polyphonic Unison and Unison Stereo Spread — Unison can now be enabled in Poly mode as well as in Mono…

Jan 19, 2006

Korg Launches X50 Synthesizer

Korg X50

Korg presents the lightweight, 61-key X50 synthesizer. It delivers high-quality sounds, a user friendly interface and computer connectivity, all in a streamlined package designed for performing and computer-based musicians.

The X50 features Korg’s HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis technology as found in the acclaimed TRITON series. Its 64 MB of PCM ROM offers a wide array of sounds, including a velocity-switched stereo piano, strings, guitar and synth timbres. The internal memory offers 512 Programs, 384 Combinations (each consisting of up to eight Programs) and 40 user (16 preloaded) drum kits — plus an additional 128 GM programs and nine drum kits…

Apr 6, 2011

Roland Launches Jupiter-80 Synthesizer

Roland Jupiter-80

In 1981, Roland created the JUPITER-8, with the goal of creating the most expressive synthesizer possible. Equipped with the leading technology of its day, the legendary synth’s unique character and rich sound has remained iconic in the popular musical landscape ever since. Today, Roland is extremely proud to introduce the JUPITER-80 Synthesizer, a keyboard that represents an unprecedented leap in the pursuit of the most realistic and authentically expressive electronic musical instrument, just as its namesake did when it was launched 30 years ago…

Feb 25, 2008

Korg Releases New Brass & Woodwinds Sample Library And Version 1.3 Operating System For Flagship Oasys Synthesizer

Korg Oasys

Korg announces the optional new EXs-3 Brass & Woodwinds Expansion Sample Library for its OASYS Open Architecture Synthesis Studio. It provides over 700MB of expressive, natural-sounding brass and woodwind instruments, perfect for pop and classical/film score applications. A free demo version is available to registered OASYS owners at www.korguser.net.

Korg has also released Operating System Version 1.3 for the OASYS. It features a major new form of synthesis, significant user-requested features for KARMA and new system enhancements…

Nov 20, 2006

Bootsy Collins Steps Into A New Sonic Dimension With Korg AX3000B

Korg AX3000B

Bassist Bootsy Collins has cultivated his tone working with major players such as James Brown, Parliament Funkadelic (with whom Bootsy was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), Deee-Lite, Talking Heads and Fatboy Slim…

Jan 15, 2009

Roland Releases VP-770 Vocal & Ensemble Keyboard

Roland VP-770

Roland is pleased to present the VP-770 Vocal & Ensemble Keyboard, featuring newly-developed Vocal Designer effects and high-quality ensemble sounds powered by Roland’s exclusive SuperNATURAL™ technology.

With a solid wood construction and metal chassis, the VP-770 features a newly enhanced interface, plus expressive onboard sounds applicable across a vast array of musical genres. A high-quality headset microphone comes standard and provides the best signal path possible in combination with the VP-770’s pristine onboard microphone preamp.

Performers will especially love how inviting and inspiring the VP-770 is to use onstage…

Feb 25, 2008

Korg Debuts PA2XPRO Work-less Station

Korg PA2XPRO

Korg announces the Pa2XPro, the new flagship of Korg’s Pa Series. It provides exciting new and in-demand features in a single, integrated instrument that offers complete connectivity options in all professional environments. Borrowing from Korg’s rich heritage, The Pa2XPro uses the same EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) sound engine that powers the acclaimed Korg M3 workstation, Pa800 and the new Pa500. Also included are a motorized/tilting full-color, easy-to-read TouchView™ display (with contextual Help screens in seven languages) and a set of assignable sliders that double as the nine drawbars for the modeled organ…

Oct 23, 2006

Korg Introduces K61P Usb-midi Studio Controller

Korg K61P

Korg announces the newest member of its K-series USB-MIDI Studio Controller keyboards, the K61P. It combines powerful controller functions with 24 onboard keyboard sounds, bridging computer music and stand-alone performance needs.

The sophisticated onboard sound engine includes a high-quality stereo piano that has been carefully sampled to capture all the richness and detail of a grand piano’s character. Five additional acoustic pianos are also included, as well as five electric pianos, two harpsichords, three jazz organs, three church organs, clavinet, vibraphone, choir and two string sounds…