Deep Reverb For Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD & NTS-1 (Sneak Preview)

Korg Multi-Engine developer hammondeggsmusic shared this preview of a new ‘deep reverb’ for the Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD & NTS-1 synthesizers.

They note, “Working on an interesting reverb for your logue-sdk compatible synthesizers, using a filter and a long feedback, we can get some interesting sounds from some very simple waveforms…”

Details on pricing and availability are to be announced.

11 thoughts on “Deep Reverb For Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD & NTS-1 (Sneak Preview)

  1. ”A totaly world of difference” (literaly translated) as we say this in the Dutch language.
    Reverb is what the air is for a Perfume : it gives Oxygen and the Space to move and travel.
    With Reverb sounds get what they need : Dimension.

  2. Are all these new expansions and upgraded available included in purchased XD in store or are they seperate costs for each? Kinda still tempted by the minilogue XD but the more updates coming kinda makes it hard to think about seeing as its already 1000 bucks here as it is

  3. Many effects are like a seasoning or a spice added to the sound of a synth. This reverb becomes an integrated part of the synth parameter chain.

  4. Sounds incredible.

    Getting harder and harder to understand why Korg hasn’t created and marketed a stomp box shaped logueSDK housing. I don’t really know much about music gear sales but it seems like it’d sell 5X what the NTS sells. They have great DIY examples up on their site but I imagine most of us music making monkeys would rather give them 100-150 bucks and get on with it.

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