The littleBits Synth Kit should soon be easier to find and try out.
Korg lets us know that they’re working with littleBits to expand the distribution of the Synth Kit in the music industry.
The Synth Kit, introduced at the end of 2013, is a modular synth building kit. It shares the form factor of littleBits’ library of electronic modules, which snap together to let build your own creations.
The Synth Kit, based in part on vintage Korg circuits, expanded the littleBits system into music, letting users build their own sound machines (with signal generators, modifiers, modulators and controllers). With this announcement, Korg is expanding distribution of the system into the music industry channel, according to Korg brand manager James Sajeva.
Info on the Synth Kit is available at the littleBits site.
9 thoughts on “Korg Bringing littleBits Synth Kit To The Music Industry”
This website might as well be called “Korgtopia”.
Maybe it should they make great stuff
I much prefer Korgtopia to Appletopia.
It’s just a bunch of press releases that came out this week, they do this with all the brands
This is kinda old
I love that it exists…but really just don’t find these things very interesting…. Feels like marketing them exclusively to the production/DIY market is missing the mark somehow.
I bought this and its fun for 10 minutes, but without the promised cheap midi/cv ‘littlebit’ it doesn’t have much practical use.
Once this is out, I may buy some more ‘bits’, hopefully they will start to add a few more synth related modules.
My 3 year old will love it! from ABC blocks to little bits, Bring it on Korg.
Korg; please quit tickling our collective balls and release the reissue ARP Odyssey already!