Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Korg Introduces Tiny New ANALOG Synth


Video via Moogulator

Musikmesse is already looking a bit more interesting than NAMM was.  Check this out, for example.  The first new analog synth from Korg since... well, a really long time.  Called the Monotron, it actually contains the same filter as Korg's famous MS-10/MS-20.  There's not much control as far as programming goes, but the fact that it's about the size of an iPhone and is kind of an odd product almost ensures this will become a mandatory part of indie hipster bands everywhere.

And be sure to check out Synthtopia's excellent coverage of Musicmesse for more news...

8 comments:

Hannes Pasqualini said...

It seems to be like a professional Gakken sx-150... this is really one unexpected move for korg... wonder how good it actually sounds, the video doesn't really tell a lot...

Vlad said...

The info on youtube page mentions 50 Euro -- is this real?! I'll take 2 then ;)

fractured said...

OMFG! I have a Gakken, but I NEED this!

Hannes Pasqualini said...

apparently the price will be between 70 and 80 euros... a bit too much if you ask me...

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