Korg product specialist Luke Edwards stopped by Sonic State for a in-depth demo of the new Korg Krome Workstation.
The Krome is Korg’s take on a budget workstation keyboard – with the 61-key version priced at $999.
- KRONOS-derived full length, unlooped piano and drum sounds, plus new electric pianos
- Electric pianos with eight-level velocity switching
- Clear, intuitive control with Korg’s 7-inch color TouchView display
- Drums offering separately mixable direct and ambient sounds
- Drum Track plays back realistic grooves at the touch of a button
- 640 Programs and 288 Combinations
- 5 Inserts, 2 Master, and 1 Total FX, plus per track/timbre EQ
- Aluminum panel design
- USB connection to your computer, plus an SD Card slot for data storage
- You can use the KROME editor to edit sounds on your computer
- Available in 61, 73, and 88 key models.
See the Korg site for more details.
2 thoughts on “Korg Krome Workstation Demo”
that first sound put me right off!
i guess people keep buying these things cause korg keeps makin them.