How To Use The Korg MicroKorg As A Guitar Effects Processor

In this video, Daniel Kastner demonstrates how he uses a Korg MicroKorg as a guitar effects processor. The same process could be used with other instruments, too.

Topics covered include:

Chain details: 0:35
Global audio thru (clean out): 0:56
Initialize and setup: 1:21
Get sound to play: 2:03
Tremolo sound: 2:10
Sound ready thru: 2:40
Delay walkthrough: 2:44
Slapback sound: 3:09
Digital delay sound: 3:50
Runaway feedback: 4:11
Post rock feedback 4:42
Cross Delay (not chorus, my bad): 5:33
Flanger: 7:42
Chorus: 8:29

Signal chain:

Fender HM Strat
Strymon Timeline
Korg microKORG
Traynor TS-50B

3 thoughts on “How To Use The Korg MicroKorg As A Guitar Effects Processor

  1. “That’s pretty sweet.”
    Have an entire folder of samples based on that stuff, they are so cool to chop and tweak for radical FX and even rhythmic stuff, pretty much anything.

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