Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2 Preview

2012 NAMM Show: Yesterday, Korg introduced the new Mini Kaoss Pad 2 – a pocket-size effect processor and portable MP3 player.

Now they’ve published this official intro video for the Mini Kaoss Pad 2.

Inside the Mini Kaoss Pad 2 are 100 diverse effect programs. BPM and tempo-based effects can be set by hand, or by using tap-tempo or auto BPM detection.

The Kaoss Pad 2 also provides an MP3 player that can play audio data from a microSD card. You can save your favorite songs on a card, and apply real time effects to the song as it plays.

Details on the Mini Koss Pad 2 are available at the Korg site.

3 thoughts on “Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2 Preview

  1. Be warned! The Korg Mini-KP had the bad flaw of drastically lowering your output volume. If Korg (who ignored complaints) hasn’t fixed this issue for the Mini-KP 2, there is NO REASON to buy it.

  2. I was going to leave as a comment: I wonder if there still is a volume loss…. but Brian Foster was already on it… lol I bet they must’ve heard a lot about it and hopefully it’s the first thing they fixed

  3. I had bought this unit, but volume drop is an seriously issue for me, especially connecting to DJM SND/RTN. I hope Korg will fix it shortly !

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