Delete the following depending on your level of scepticism: Korg must have been really upset / Korg must have beeen secretly pleased… when details of one of their hardware synth releases at NAMM 2016 is already out of the door.
And of course, when one website finds the info, others are quick to follow. However, we found an interesting discussion on GearSlutz from 8th Jan where user ToyBox spotted the details and snagged a pic which was then presently uploaded to their forums.
Here’s the details as er the post by SonicBern… and we’ll leave the rest to dream about. Just 11 days to NAMM now. Not long to wait :)
“KORG Minilogue - is a fully programmable, 4-voice polyphonic synthesizer, is also equipped with built-in reverb and delay effects. KORG company offers the best way to get acquainted with a unique, stunning features of the analog synthesizer. Synthesizer has a unique analog engine, quick access to the 100 factory 100 user presets, 8 voice mode to create its configuration of 4 votes - unison, polyphony, and so on. The front panel 41 of the controller to configure and quick change function, the oscilloscope in real time gives a visual check of sound, 16-step sequencer with automation polyphonic up to 4 parameters synthesizer and more.
For switching visible plugs Sync In and Sync Out to work with synthesizers lines and Electribe Volca.
It should be noted that the presented model has a better price, and opportunities compared to competing models. Synthesizer fully programmable, has a high sound quality, control over harmonics waveform changes, the use of cross modulation, and more. The possibility of using a 16-step sequencer with recording automation options. Polyphonic Synthesizer KORG Minilogue will be an excellent acquisition and profitable investment for keyboard players, professional and amateur musicians."
Credit to ToyBox for spotting this one”
We’ll have the full details and official info as soon as Korg tell us (officially of course)! And, if more info is leaked you’ll find it on Ask.Audio too.