Korg today introduced the minilogue PG, a ‘polished grey’ color variant for its minilogue synthesizer.
The minilogue PG features the same synth engine as the minilogue, but with a smooth grey panel and a dark ash-finished rear wooden panel.
The minilogue offers a four-note polyphonic analog synth engine, unique signal path, 200 editable presets, a 16-step polyphonic note and motion sequencer and a Voice Mode that lets users choose how the four voices are configured.
In our Korg minilogue review, we stated that “WIth the minilogue, Korg has set a new standard for affordable polyphonic analog synthesis.” Time has borne that out, making the minilogue one of their most popular introductions in years.
Many readers would like to see Korg put out a ‘maxilogue’ – a variant with a full-size keyboard. We’ll have to see what the company introduces next month at the 2018 NAMM Show.
Pricing and Availability
The minilogue PG will be available December 1st for $499.99. See the Korg site for details.