Behringer has announced that its MonoPoly synthesizer, a knockoff of the classic 80’s Korg Mono/Poly synthesizer, is now available.… Read More Behringer MonoPoly Paraphonic Synthesizer Now Available For $699
KORG announced today that they are turning the classic Monopoly board game into a synthesizer, adding that “This is not an April Fool’s joke.”… Read More KORG Turns Classic Monopoly Board Game Into A Synthesizer
Korg has announced the reintroduction of iMono/Poly, an iOS version of the classic monophonic synthesizer. Korg introduced the Mono/Poly, a “fat-sounding” four-VCO monophonic synthesizer, following the release of their six-voice Polysix synth in 1981. Manufactured from 1981 to 1984, Mono/Poly’s “most signature characteristic” was the Synchro and Cross Modulation functions that could run dual, or… Read More Korg Debuts iMonoPoly, iOS Reissue of Classic Synth
Sunday Synth Jam: This is the video song for Sebastian Galassi’s The sweetest berry of the Space Valley. The love theme features classic stage piano sounds of the Yamaha CP 70, lush string synths & Korg Mono/Poly bass.
Korg has introduced Mono/Poly for Reason, a Rack Extension version of their classic analog synthesizer. Mono/Poly for Reason uses Korg’s Component Modeling Technology to model the circuitry of the original analog instrument. Originally introduced as part of Korg’s Legacy Collection, Mono/Poly can now be integrated into Reason as a Rack Extension. Here are the details:
Korg has announced that the Korg Legacy Collection series is now available in 64-bit. The Legacy Collection series, made up of software recreations of classic Korg gear, includes the MS-20, Polysix, Mono/Poly, Wavestation and M1, as well as MDE-X effects processor and LegacyCell will now work on the latest 64-bit DAWs.
Here’s the video for Synthjunk’s OneSixty. Here’s what Synthjunk has to say about the track:
Reader Mitsushi Abe let us know about this fantastic DIY project – an Ondes Martenot MIDI Controller. Abe, who describes himself as “an amateur geek living in Tokyo”, loves to make DIY instruments. He used an Arduino to control the Korg Legacy Collection Mono/Poly software synth.