Reader Bruno Di Micco shared this video, which captures him testing out the new Korg Module app.
“Hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did playing this great app,” adds Di Micco.
Korg Module is a new app for iPad that features five dedicated sound engines, a set list function with PDF image score viewer and music player, and the ability to record performances and share them via SoundCloud.
The engines feature technology that was developed for Korg’s keyboard workstations and synthesizers, including: Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Clav, Organ, and Multi.
Technical Details for the video:
- Test of Ivory Piano on Korg Module by Bruno Di Micco, keyboardist for The Dystopian Project.
- Keyboard: Korg Kronos 73
- App: Korg Module with Ivory Piano
Korg Module is available now at an introductory price of US $29.99 in the App Store.
5 thoughts on “Korg Module User Test”
Sorry, but it sounds more like a self promo rather than Module user test.
Borring, switched off half way…
hard, sharp and steel piano. not like.
Fantastic sound but only 18 voice of polyphony when playing with sustain ( acustic piano on iPad Air)
This makes me want to see pianoteq on the iPad.
bought module for $40. what a disappointment, let me say that I am a big fan of Korg. I use ilectric and ipiano aps live, on full stage setting, running stereo out of ipad (original first gen). I bought the module ap to run on a newer version ipad mini so not the ipad that is the problem. this program cuts out regularly (all aps closed, running in airplane mode, etc). but the real letdown is NO MIDI ASSIGNABILITY. this is insane, ilectric and ipano aps let you assign all controls independently, I cannot believe korg missed this. it makes the ap unusable for me (I run a split on the master keyboard – yamaha pf-100) whereas I use the onboard bass into a bass rig, then assign the upper keyboard (which automatically works on the ilectric and ipiano aps) to the ipad so that I can route that into its own stereo pa. the module just ignores the splits and runs over the top of the entire thing. on top of that, the sounds and controls are not as detailed as ik’s aps. big big let down as the ability to do all this range of sounds within one ap (not having to close ipano for ilectric) and the programability of this ap were very appealing – the non midi functions makes this all moot. big letdown, I’ve emailed korg with my disappointment and hope there’s an upgrade for this. what a waste of $40 as I cannot use.