Korg Unveils Drumlogue: Hybrid Analog, Digital Drum Machine

Excited yet? Korg's new Drumlogue combines analog and digital for an interesting drum machine experience.  

Perhaps the last piece in the puzzle for Korg's already impressive range of synthesizers was a drum machine. It looks like they've just filled that space with the Drumlogue.

While Drumlogue isn't available yet, Korg have announced this hybrid analog/digital groovebox at Believe in Music (the online NAMM 2021). And they've been good enough to make a first-look video too:

Here's the main features:

  • The drumlogue is a hybrid analog/digital groovebox that is currently under development
  • A combination of powerful raw analog parts and flexible digital voices for a wide sound spectrum
  • Intuitive hands-on control for quick editing as well as a dedicated librarian for easy patch and sequence management
  • Supports KORG ‘logue SDK Multi-Engine plugin oscillators

We don't have an ETA when to expect this beast in shops just yet... and we're left guessing on the price too. To be fair, the Drumlogue is currently in prototype stage so there's a

In the meantime, you can find the info on this and other products unveiled this month here: https://korg-us.com/future-product-preview/

And check out the main Korg website which we expect will be updated soon with more info on Drumlogue: https://korg.com



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