Korg Releases Minilogue PG Limited-Edition Analog Synth

Korg's popular Minilogue analog synthesizer has a new sibling, the Minilogue PG. This limited edition available from today has a polished grey finish.

Melville, NY – December 1st, 2017 – Korg’s minilogue, the groundbreaking analog synthesizer that has been rocking the synth world since 2016, has been released in a limited edition polished gray finish. The minilogue PG combines a smooth grey panel with a dark ash-finished rear wooden panel, giving the synth a stunning new look.

The minilogue received international acclaim for its four-note polyphonic analog structure, unique signal path, 200 editable presets, its 16-step polyphonic note and motion sequencer and its unique Voice Mode that lets users choose how the four voices are configured. Since its release, musicians of all genres have praised the synth that has changed the market.

Limited edition minilogue in polished grey.

The minilogue seeks to make synthesis approachable to everyone without skimping on the power” said Matt Vanacoro in his 2016 review for Ask.Audio.

Matt continued in his review, "at a price point of under $500, this synth is a no-brainer. With 4 voices, decent build quality, the unique ‘voice mode’ paradigm, a programmable slider stick, and a built-in oscilloscope the minilogue is positioned to be the boutique ‘synth to get’ in its price category."

Main Features

  • Flexible, powerful four-voice analog synthesizer
  • Fully programmable, with 200 program memories (100 sounds included)
  • Voice Mode lets you flexibly configure the four voices
  • Automatable 16-step polyphonic note and motion sequencer
  • Oscilloscope function shows the waveform visually
  • Rugged and stylish with aluminum top panel, chassis-mounted pots, rubber-coated knobs, and real wood back panel
  • MIDI, USB MIDI, and Audio Sync for all types of in-studio and live connectivity, including direct sync with SQ1, volca, electribe, and more 

Price: $499.99 USD 

Availability: 1st December 2017



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hmmmm.................................................................................................................. Hey Korg, y'all got any of them Electribe updates? Just kidding. I don't need it because I'm abandoning the Electribes forever. Just like Korg did with the new model. Ba-zing!

I still want a Minilogue, though by the time I get one, the Polished Gray will be sold out which brings me to a new gripe. Stop doing that Korg. You advertise synth variations all the time then sell out. The Monologue is the first one to NOT have limited colors and that is awesome. What I'm saying is.... Bring back the White Arp Odyssey Mini!

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