French video blogger Meynier Sylvain – who typically publishes teardown videos for vintage electronic gear – shared this video that documents a very unusual dumpster find: a rare Korg MS-20 synthesizer.
Korg has introduced plugKEY, a portable MIDI + audio interface for iOS devices. The plugKEY attaches directly to your iOS device with a Lightning connector, so no adapter is needed. It’s designed to provide you with what you need to connect a keyboard to an iOS device and get MIDI in and audio out. Here’s… Read More Korg Intros plugKEY, A MIDI + Audio Interface For iOS Devices
In case you missed it: Korg is giving away a Minilogue Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer. The Minilogue, introduced by Korg in January of this year, is a $500, fully-programmable four-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer, complete with a 16-step polyphonic note and motion sequencer, arpeggiator, and delay. When Synthtopia reviewed the synth at the time of its introduction,… Read More Korg Minilogue Giveaway
Matt Greer of Robots Against Children shared this video, capturing a live performance of Struttin’ on his mobile battery powered synth studio. His system features Korg Volca Keys, Monotron, Teenage Engineering PO-12, PO-16 and Novation Circuit – to create a battery-powered mobile studio in a case. “This is the second video and track produced using my… Read More Mobile Battery-Powered Synth Studio With Korg Volca, Novation Circuit & Pocket Operator
UK music gear retailer GuitarGuitar shared several videos, offering hands-on demonstrations of the new Korg Volca FM synthesizer. The Volca FM synthesizer is a three-voice digital FM synthesizer that reproduces the iconic sound of the Yamaha DX7. The first video offers an in-depth look at the Volca FM’s sounds:
Developer Momo Müller has introduced Korg Volca Beats MIDI Remote, an unofficial MIDI control app for Korg’s diminutive drum machine.
In the latest episode of Sonic State’s Sonic Lab, host Nick Batt takes a look at the new Korg Volca FM synthesizer. The Volca FM is a 3-voice polyphonic FM synth module, inspired by vintage Yamaha DX-style FM synthesis.
Korg has released an official introduction to their new Volca FM synthesizer, featuring Chief Engineer Tatsuya Takahashi.