Reader Hani Debbache let us know about these overlays for customizing the Korg Monotribe.
The overlays are silkscreen printed with 3 colors on 10mil Polycarbonate Lexan, with ‘industrial cut-outs’.
The overlays are priced at 19.5$CAD. See the Grouse Design site for details.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via reader Hani Debbache, features the Korg Monotribe & Dave Smith Instruments Tetr4, with support from Spectrasonics OmniSphere.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures reader Hani Debbache jamming on DSI Tetra, Korg Monotribe and OmniSphere, sequenced with Ableton Live 9.
This Berlin School style synth jam on twin Korg Monotribe synths is a great reminder of how powerful even inexpensive synths can be in creative hands.
Here are the technical details: Continue reading
Several readers let us know about an update to the firmware for the Korg Monotribe that adds CV/Gate control:
Korg Japan have released a new system firmware, version 2.11, for the Korg Monotribe that adds a mode to control the Monotribe with analog control voltage and gate signals.
In CV/Gate mode, the Monotribe receives the CV/Gate signals from a 3.5mm four-connector TRRS plug inserted into the Sync In jack. A Monotribe with the update applied supports both exponential V/Oct and linear Hz/V control voltages, as well as positive and inverted gate signals.
Turning the octave select switch while in CV/Gate mode will transpose any incoming pitch signals up and down by octaves.
Here are some videos that demonstrate the new CV/Gate mode for the Korg Monotribe: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s a funky synth jam, via reader Thomas Kress, that features the Korg Monotribe and the Dave Smith Instruments Tetra.
“Korg and Dave Smith have rocked the NAMM show!” notes Kress. “Here is an example of how they sound together.”
Sunday Synth Jam: This version of Jingle Bells, via BakaOscillator, is arranged for six Korg Monotribes.