KORG microSAMPLER Keyboard Synthesizer

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Sneak Preview: This is a unofficial preview of the Korg microSampler.

See the video in the comments for a demo of the Korg microSampler in action.

Here are the unofficial specs (thanks Rich!):

  • 37 key (Natural Touch Mini Keyboard with Velocity) \
  • 8 user bank (A ~ H), 1 ROM bank
  • 5 types of sampling (LOOP / ONE SHOT / GATE / AUTO NEXT / KEY GATE)
  • Sample rates of 48kHz – 24kHz – 12kHz – 6kHz
  • Approximately 160 seconds per one bank (Mono / 48kHz sampling rate at 159.7 seconds)
  • Up to 14 voice poly (stereo / mono regardless)
  • 64,000 note sequencer (one per bank notes (16,000 notes max in one pattern))
  • 96 ticks / quarter note resolution (real-time recording)
  • MIDI IN, OUT and USB
  • DC9V or alkaline 6 x AA batteries = giving 3 hours battery life approximately
  • 516 (W) x 238 (D) x 65 (H) mm
  • Weight of 1.9kg
  • Software editor for Windows: Microsoft Windows XP SP3 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista SP1 or later Mac: Mac OS X 10.4 or later

Official specs and pricing aren’t available yet for the Korg microSampler – but it looks like it will be an interesting new sampling keyboard.

via FutureMusic

3 thoughts on “KORG microSAMPLER Keyboard Synthesizer

  1. Further Info on the microSAMPLER:

    37 key (Natural Touch Mini Keyboard with Velocity)
    8 user bank (A ~ H), 1 ROM bank
    5 types of sampling (LOOP / ONE SHOT / GATE / AUTO NEXT / KEY GATE)
    Sample rates of 48kHz – 24kHz – 12kHz – 6kHz
    Approximately 160 seconds per one bank (Mono / 48kHz sampling rate at 159.7 seconds)
    Up to 14 voice poly (stereo / mono regardless)
    64,000 note sequencer (one per bank notes (16,000 notes max in one pattern))
    96 ticks / quarter note resolution (real-time recording)
    MIDI IN, OUT and USB
    DC9V or alkaline 6 x AA batteries = giving 3 hours battery life approximately
    516 (W) x 238 (D) x 65 (H) mm
    Weight of 1.9kg
    Software editor for Windows: Microsoft Windows XP SP3 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista SP1 or later Mac: Mac OS X 10.4 or later

    Here is another new link to the video
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