Korg's groundbreaking Minilogue polyphonic synthesizer is now available in a limited edition gun metal grey chassis, complete with an ash-finished ebony wood back panel. It features the same circuitry as the original Minilogue.
The Minilogue is a highly-capable 37 key polyphonic analog synthesizer with four separate voices housed beneath a sleek-but-simple interface. Its architecture is comprised of two VCOs, 1 VCF, 2 EGs, and 1 LFO. Additionally, it boasts waveshaping abilities that allow users precise control over the oscillators’ harmonics, affording the ability to plummet deep into uncharted sonic territory. The synthesizer’s modulation abilities are also quite impressive. These abilities consist of cross modulation, oscillator synchronization, ring modulation, and a delay with high-pass filtering. Beyond that, the synthesizer contains eight voice modes that allow for things like four note polyphony, staggered triggering, and octave shifts. All of this in addition to USB, MIDI, and Audio synchronization make the Korg Minilogue a perfect companion for both studio and the stage.
Minilogue PG Features
Flexible, powerful four voice analog synthesizer
Fully programmable, with 200 program memories (100 included onboard sounds)
Voice Mode lets you flexibly configure the four voice
Automatable 16 step poly phonic note and motion sequencer
Oscilloscope function shows the waveform visually
Rugged and stylish with aluminum top panel, chassis mounted pots, rubber coated knobs, and Ebony Wood Back Panel
MIDI, USB MIDI, and Audio Sync for all types of in studio and live connectivity, including direct sync with SQ1, volca, electribe, and more