Korg Drumlogue In-Depth Review

In the latest loopop video, host Ziv Eliraz takes an in-depth look at the new Korg Drumlogue drum machine.

The Drumlogue is a hybrid analog + digital drum machine, plus it features the Korg Multi-Engine, which lets you customize its capabilities.

Topics covered:

0:00 Intro
1:20 Overview
6:15 Connectivity
7:15 Sample parts
11:40 Analog parts
14:25 Multi engine
15:05 VPM
17:15 Noise
17:55 Nano
21:30 Sequencing
22:10 Live rec
22:50 Motion rec
24:45 Step seq
25:10 Groove
26:10 Probability
27:10 Ratchets
28:00 Ties
28:30 Motion seq
30:20 Shift buttons
31:00 Polymeters
31:35 Send FX
33:35 Master FX
34:45 Sidechain
36:25 Loop
37:10 Select
38:25 Randomize
39:00 Chains
39:35 Audio in and out
41:50 Misc settings
43:45 Pros & cons
49:10 All 64 patterns

Check it out and let us know what you think of the new Korg Drumlogue!

14 thoughts on “Korg Drumlogue In-Depth Review

  1. Bit of analogue, bit of ‘stereo’ samples, synth engines (programmable SDK) and a very nice sequencer…could be a hit with a street price around £500…A lot to like but nothing that blows me away personally and I already have a Syntakt so will probably pass, but it’s cute!

    1. In think sales will suffer a bit from that the release of the Syntakt was before the Drumlogue release. Roughly it for-fills the same need. You really must have time then to give them both enough studio time. Might be better to just have one that you explore totally then two that you explore half.

      1. It’s USD$600 versus $1000 for the Syntakt. If the workflow and sound is right, this could be a solid device at a significantly lower price.

  2. the good thing is you can play the samples and synth pitched, with a midi keyboard. This you can’t do on the direct competition. It would be nice if you could do it on the analog tracks too.
    The analog part sounded more 909ish then 808ish to me, but maybe i should hear more sound examples.

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