The song, Hot City, features multi-tracked Polysix synthesizer, with KR-55B drums. Continue reading
Tubbutec has introduced a new MIDI retrofit & upgrade for the Korg Polysix and Poly-61 synthesizers.
The Modysix is an upgrade for the Korg Polysix and Poly-61 synthesizer and features various additional play modes, a free definable arpeggiator, MIDI in/out, a sustain pedal input and various other features. Continue reading
Korg has announced that the Korg Legacy Collection series is now available in 64-bit.
The Legacy Collection series, made up of software recreations of classic Korg gear, includes the MS-20, Polysix, Mono/Poly, Wavestation and M1, as well as MDE-X effects processor and LegacyCell will now work on the latest 64-bit DAWs. Continue reading
Korg today introduced the iPolysix polyphonic synth studio for the iPad mini & iPad.
The new app features virtual studio that features a Polysix inspired soft synth, step sequencer, drum machine and more.
Development work is proceeding on the Miselu Neiro – the new Android-based multi-touch keyboard platform we called the ‘iPad of synths’.
The Neiro is a portable, net-enabled ‘social music device’. It offers a keyboard, a wide multi-touch display and a variety of musical apps and cloud services.
Miselu’s Malte Goesche shared some comments with us from Korg’s Hironori Fukuda on developing for the Neiro. Fukuda manages software development at Korg, including the Korg Legacy Collection & Korg’s iOS apps, and is porting PolySix to the Neiro.
“After spending some time becoming familiar with the neiro, it was really a no-brainer,” notes Fukuda. “We decided that it would offer a great opportunity to develop a synthesizer app with a totally new user experience.”
This pair of videos, via producertech, take a look at getting started with Rack Extensions in Propellerhead Reason.
The first video, above, is an overview of the Korg Polysix Rack Extension. The movie takes you on a brief tour of the instrument, giving an outline of its controls and synth engine.