Korg Monologue Has A Secret Video Game. Here's How To Play It

The Korg Monologue has a hidden game that uses the step sequencer and the built-in display. This powerful, budget monophonic analog synthesizer always seems to have an extra trick up its sleeve!  

The clever engineers at Korg built a secret video game into the Korg Monlogue and our friend, Tom Wies at Synth Anatomy, has discovered it and revealed how to access it and play it in this short video.

It's really simple to access the game. Simply turn on the unit from the switch on the back panel and then press the last step in the step sequencer. The game is available to play while the synth is being tuned.

Of course the Korg Monologue is an excellent synthesizer in itself. It doesn't need little video games as a reason to buy it. At the same time it's nice to see the Korg engineers include this in the finished version of this capable monophonic analog synthesizer.


[Via: Synth Anatomy]

Check out this video of the Monologue in action: https://ask.audio/articles/excellent-20-minute-video-review-of-the-korg-monologue-analog-synthesizer

More about the Korg Monologue: http://www.korg.com/us/products/synthesizers/monologue/

Interested in learning how to use the Monologue's bigger brother, Minilogue? You simpy have to check out our two courses here: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=topic/minilogue



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