Korg has announced the KingKORG, a new analog modeling synthesizer.
The KingKORG features a 3-oscillator x 2-timbre design allows you to generate thick and rich sounds, plus a newly developed XMT modeling sound engine.
Focused on live performance, it features Korg’s new XMT (Xpanded Modeling Technology) engine, with many types of oscillators and filters that can accurately model sought-after vintage analog synths.
With its controls laid out in easily identifiable sections, King Korg delivers the unique characteristics of a dedicated synthesizer, while remaining approachable to players who are new to synthesizers. It not only shines on stage with high quality sound, but also with a champagne gold finish befitting its royal name.
- A full-fledged, 61-key analog modeling synthesizer designed for live performance.
- Powerful oscillators that are understandable to the beginner, yet satisfying for the expert.
- Modeling filters that reproduce the sound of classic instruments.
- Three master effect sections (each with six effect types) add the finishing touch to your sound.
- Vacuum tube driver circuit adds rich overtones and powerful distortion.
- New panel layout designed for intuitive operation.
- CV/GATE OUT jack lets you control a Korg monotribe or MS-20.
- Support for librarian software that lets you manage programs.
The KingKORG will be available February 2013 for a street price of $1299 USD.