KORG SyncKontrol for Monotribe is an iOS app lets you dial in a tempo and output a sync signal to control the Monotribe.
The options for SyncKontrol look like they are pretty basic – but they’ll let you dial in a tempo, tap in a tempo and add swing.
Korg SyncKontrol also supports wireless syncing, demonstrated about a minute into the demo video above. This could make the Monotribe a lot more interesting, giving you a way to sync a relatively cheap analog synth to your desktop or iOS applications.
Based on what Korg SyncKontrol appears to be doing, it looks like you may also be able to use it to trigger other analog devices that can be triggered with audio, like the Sequential Circuits Pro One.
If any readers have more details on Korg SyncKontrol, please let us know.
What do you think of Korg SyncKontrol? Does it make the Monotribe a more interesting product to you?