Sinevibes Groove Puts A Multitimbral Groovebox In Your Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD Or NTS-1

Sinevibes has introduced Groove, a multitimbral bass and drum machine for the KORG prologue, minilogue xd and NTS-1 synthesizers.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“It’s the most complex and sophisticated multi engine plugin ever developed, employing a network of 14 DSP blocks that reconfigure themselves in real time.

Groove maps bass, drum and percussion instruments onto 7 separate keyboard zones, turning your synthesizer into a self-contained, groovebox-style sound module. Each zone provides a vast library of carefully crafted sound presets with expressive control, and includes a switch for variable trigger probability – an advanced function which can dramatically liven up bass riffs and drum patterns.

Groove also has a specially designed output stage with unusually punchy dynamics – making this plugin fully production- and performance-ready.”


  • Multitimbral sound engine with 7 keyboard zones generating bass, drum and percussion instruments.
  • Advanced network of 14 DSP blocks that reconfigures itself in real time, capable of multiple different synthesis methods: three-operator FM, subtractive, lo-fi, and beyond.
  • Internal library of over 70 carefully crafted, production-ready sounds with individual expression control assignments.
  • Trigger probability feature that can be enabled individually per each zone.
  • Specially configured amplifier stage delivering punchy, high-RMS output – as if the sounds were compressed.

Here’s a demo of Groove on the NTS-1:

Pricing and Availability

Groove is available now for $59 USD.

5 thoughts on “Sinevibes Groove Puts A Multitimbral Groovebox In Your Korg Prologue, Minilogue XD Or NTS-1

  1. This is amazing.


    Dear Korg,

    We the people are ready for the VolcaLogue: a Volca sized LogueSDK host with normal Volca sync I/O, MIDI IN and sequencer (and price). Similar UI as the NTS-1 along with a few extra knobs/buttons to make the most of the marvelous software folks like Sinvibes and hammondeggs have been cranking out.

    The people

  2. I would love more open synth products. A Prologue 2.0 with front panel oscillator controls and more compute resources for oscillators and effects would be in the bag for me on day one. Sure, keep the analog part the same; that part is fine.

  3. Would be good if you could have 2 mono outputs – send drum sounds to the left audio output and synth bass sounds to the right.

    1. The oscillators indeed only have a mono output. However, on the prologue models, you can split the keyboard between Groove and another sound, or two instances of Groove – and run them through different effects.

      1. Very cool product Artemiy! I love Prologue! You can do some weird stuff with the effects architecture there. I want to write a small vocoder between main and sub layers πŸ™‚ when I get to that point.

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