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Korg Volca series – analogue synthesizers for the masses

Korg will soon release the MS-20 mini, one of the most spectacular (re)introductions of analog synthesizers in the recent years . This is already a direct hit, but the hardware manufacturer does not take a rest. Next summer Korg will also introduce the Volca series which include three synthesizers with a price tag of around 150 euro. Continue reading

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Korg and Moog introduce new analog synthesizers

The old analog synthesizers from the seventies and eighties found on Ebay can be stored on the attic again to catch some more dust. The market is flooded with modern alternatives, analog is back again. Korg and Moog both have announced new analog synthesizers that are just affordable and easily connected to the computer via USB. Continue reading

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LiveFX – cool effects for iPad

The Dutch audio app maker Elephantcandy has released LiveFX for iPad. This beautiful app is inspired by the Korg Kaoss Pad and brings live effects to the tablet. Continue reading

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Korg iPolysix app available for iPad

Korg has released iPolysix for the iPad. This app is inspired by the Polysix synthesizer from the eighties and consists of two synthesizers, a drum machine, two Kaoss pads and a sequencer. According to Korg this app is analog, but the iPad is completely digital of course. Continue reading

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Korg Polysix available for Reason

The classic Korg Polysix software synthesizer is now available as Rack Extention for Reason. The interface is much easier to read than the GUI of the outdated VST version. However, the VST version of this plug-in is very much appreciated by lovers of software synths. Continue reading

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Propellerhead reveals more about Reason’s Rack Extentions

Propellerhead is currently working on Reason 6.5, which is expected to be released next summer. The sequencer gets a dedicated plug-in format with Rack Extentions. This is great news for Reason users. Fortunately, the new plug-in format is embraced by external developers, including Rob Papen, Sonic Charge, Korg, GForce, U-he, Softube, iZotope and Peff. Continue reading

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