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Jan 19, 2006

Korg's SP-250 Delivers Realistic Piano Sound And Feel In A Portable Package

Korg SP-250

Korg brings a heightened level of realism and feel to its line of portable digital pianos with the new SP-250. It provides an expanded range of expression and performance with an outstanding new stereo piano sound, which is matched to the company’s newest RH3 keyboard action.

The SP-250 features all-new piano PCM with velocity switched stereo samples that are longer than other pianos in its class. Increased length means the piano sound sustains more naturally, so the piano sounds more real throughout the performance, not just at the attack…

Feb 25, 2008

Tony Banks Relies On Korg Oasys For The Genesis 2007 Reunion Tour

Korg Oasys

During summer and fall 2007, for the first time in more than a decade, legendary British pop-rock band Genesis toured with the classic “power-trio” lineup of Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford. Keyboardist Banks used a Korg OASYS as his main workstation, recreating fabled sounds from the band’s rich history.

As the keyboardist and pianist in one of the most successful and highly acclaimed British bands of the last 40 years, Tony Banks knows exactly what he needs from technology…

Jan 18, 2007

Korg Reveals M3 Music Workstation/Sampler

Korg M3

The new M3 Music Workstation/Sampler represents the third generation of Music Workstations from Korg, the company that invented the concept. It inherits elements from the flagship OASYS, distilled into an affordable music production package with a new tone generator, a wealth of innovations and new sounds.

This new chip-based synthesis system, EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) shares much of the OASYS’ HD-1 lineage including low-aliasing oscillators, a powerful new filter topology, detailed envelope generators, plus a Drive parameter and AMS Mixers. All second-generation KARMA functions from the OASYS are included…

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…

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…

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…

Jan 18, 2007

Korg Launches R3 Synthesizer/Vocoder

Korg R3

The compact R3 synthesizer/vocoder packs the main feature set and sounds of the upscale RADIAS into an affordable and portable performance keyboard. Its Multi Modeling Technology (MMT) synth engine provides a wide diversity of synthesis techniques, and incorporates ultra low-aliasing oscillator performance borrowed from Korg’s flagship OASYS.

The 128 onboard Programs are organized by sound category for fast access. A single R3 Program consists of two complete Timbres — each is a complete synth sound including dual Insert effects (30 effect types) and assignable EQ. The Program itself offers a Master effect, plus an 8 step arpeggiator…

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