Korg recently announced a variety of new features for Gadget for iPad.
This is primarily a sneak preview/promo video. We’re looking forward to seeing a more in-depth demo of the new Korg Electribe. Continue reading
Korg DSN-12 – an ‘analog-style’ synth app for the Nintendo 3DS – is now available.
Korg DSN-12 provides twelve monophonic synthesizers, based on the Korg MS-10 analog synthesizer. Each can have three effects, letting you create a broad range of sounds
You can assemble sequences into patterns, and save up to 64 patterns for use. Songs can be created by freely connecting patterns together.
DSN-12 also includes what they are calling the world’s first 3D oscilloscope (Wave and Lissajous modes are provided.)
Here’s the official intro video:
The Electribe Music Production Station is a next-generation, Ableton Live-friendly 16-track polyphonic synth groovebox. Or as James at Korg says, ‘it’s the ultimate entry level to everything Korg’. Continue reading
Korg has updated iKaossilator, its Kaossilator app for iOS, adding Ableton Live export and bug fixes.
Kaossilator uses the X-Y interface popularized by Korg’s Kaoss Line. You can select a scale and key and then play notes by moving your finger across the ‘pad’ area.
Here’s what’s new in iKaossilator 3.0:
Korg has introduced the newest keyboard in its Pa series of keyboard workstations, the Pa3X Le High Performance Arranger.
The Pa3X Le has features tailored to arranging, sequencing and live peformance.
It offers a huge collection of onboard sounds, and provides 192MB of space for either your own samples, or add-on sound libraries The Pa3X Le also features a TC Helicon Vocal Harmonizer, a dual MP3 player & recorder, a Dual Crossfade Sequencer, and more. You can the video output to display lyrics or score on an external monitor, making it perfect for karaoke or band leading. Continue reading
Korg today introduced Cliphit – a new system that lets you turn anything into an electronic drumkit.
Korg says that Cliphit is designed for ‘casual playing’. That means some ‘pro’ features, like MIDI out, are left out.
Instead, Cliphit focuses on fun, letting you clip sensors to just about anything, plug them into the battery-powered sound module and play electronic percussion in a unique way. Continue reading