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Korg MINILOGUE Minilogue 4 Voice Synth
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Korg MINILOGUE Minilogue 4 Voice Synth

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When it comes to traditional subtractive analog synthesis with modern sophistication, the Korg minilogue analog polyphonic synthesizer delivers. It starts with a pair of highly shapable VCOs, which you can shape with a switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter, and there's plenty of modulation to go around. At the same time, you can store up to 200 settings, and there are 100 killer presets onboard to fuel your creativity. There's also a built-in tape-style delay effect and an OLED oscilloscope display — something we've never seen on a hardware synth. And that's just the beginning. Between the minilogue's Voice Modes and the onboard 16-step sequencer, you'll be amazed by the sounds you can come up with.

  • Powerful 4-voice analog synthesizer with flexible sound-design tools onboard
  • Create scores of interesting sounds with 2 oscillators per voice
  • Fully programmable analog controls with 200 program memories and 100 presets
  • Analog signal path includes 2 VCOs, 1 VCF, 2 EG, 1 VCA, and 1 LFO
  • Shape controls allow you to dial in harmonic content in any of the oscillators' 4 waveforms
  • Voice Modes allow you to define your sound in 8 highly creative ways
  • 16-step sequencer includes real-time motion recording and step programming
  • Monitor waveform shaping via the onboard OLED oscilloscope display
  • Cross modulation, oscillator sync, and ring modulator let you further shape your sound
  • Switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter with resonance provides subtractive synthesis
  • Modulate many parameters with an ADSR envelope and an LFO
  • Tape-style delay effect includes a dedicated highpass filter
  • Stylish yet rugged design includes chassis-mounted pots and rubber-coated knobs
  • USB plus MIDI and sync I/O provide easy connectivity with your other synth gear

When it comes to traditional subtractive analog synthesis with modern sophistication, the Korg minilogue analog polyphonic synthesizer delivers. It starts with a pair of highly shapable VCOs, which you can shape with a switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter, and there's plenty of modulation to go around. At the same time, you can store up to 200 settings, and there are 100 killer presets onboard to fuel your creativity. There's also a built-in tape-style delay effect and an OLED oscilloscope display — something we've never seen on a hardware synth. And that's just the beginning. Between the minilogue's Voice Modes and the onboard 16-step sequencer, you'll be amazed by the sounds you can come up with.

  • Powerful 4-voice analog synthesizer with flexible sound-design tools onboard
  • Create scores of interesting sounds with 2 oscillators per voice
  • Fully programmable analog controls with 200 program memories and 100 presets
  • Analog signal path includes 2 VCOs, 1 VCF, 2 EG, 1 VCA, and 1 LFO
  • Shape controls allow you to dial in harmonic content in any of the oscillators' 4 waveforms
  • Voice Modes allow you to define your sound in 8 highly creative ways
  • 16-step sequencer includes real-time motion recording and step programming
  • Monitor waveform shaping via the onboard OLED oscilloscope display
  • Cross modulation, oscillator sync, and ring modulator let you further shape your sound
  • Switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter with resonance provides subtractive synthesis
  • Modulate many parameters with an ADSR envelope and an LFO
  • Tape-style delay effect includes a dedicated highpass filter
  • Stylish yet rugged design includes chassis-mounted pots and rubber-coated knobs
  • USB plus MIDI and sync I/O provide easy connectivity with your other synth gear

When it comes to traditional subtractive analog synthesis with modern sophistication, the Korg minilogue analog polyphonic synthesizer delivers. It starts with a pair of highly shapable VCOs, which you can shape with a switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter, and there's plenty of modulation to go around. At the same time, you can store up to 200 settings, and there are 100 killer presets onboard to fuel your creativity. There's also a built-in tape-style delay effect and an OLED oscilloscope display — something we've never seen on a hardware synth. And that's just the beginning. Between the minilogue's Voice Modes and the onboard 16-step sequencer, you'll be amazed by the sounds you can come up with.

  • Powerful 4-voice analog synthesizer with flexible sound-design tools onboard
  • Create scores of interesting sounds with 2 oscillators per voice
  • Fully programmable analog controls with 200 program memories and 100 presets
  • Analog signal path includes 2 VCOs, 1 VCF, 2 EG, 1 VCA, and 1 LFO
  • Shape controls allow you to dial in harmonic content in any of the oscillators' 4 waveforms
  • Voice Modes allow you to define your sound in 8 highly creative ways
  • 16-step sequencer includes real-time motion recording and step programming
  • Monitor waveform shaping via the onboard OLED oscilloscope display
  • Cross modulation, oscillator sync, and ring modulator let you further shape your sound
  • Switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter with resonance provides subtractive synthesis
  • Modulate many parameters with an ADSR envelope and an LFO
  • Tape-style delay effect includes a dedicated highpass filter
  • Stylish yet rugged design includes chassis-mounted pots and rubber-coated knobs
  • USB plus MIDI and sync I/O provide easy connectivity with your other synth gear

When it comes to traditional subtractive analog synthesis with modern sophistication, the Korg minilogue analog polyphonic synthesizer delivers. It starts with a pair of highly shapable VCOs, which you can shape with a switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter, and there's plenty of modulation to go around. At the same time, you can store up to 200 settings, and there are 100 killer presets onboard to fuel your creativity. There's also a built-in tape-style delay effect and an OLED oscilloscope display — something we've never seen on a hardware synth. And that's just the beginning. Between the minilogue's Voice Modes and the onboard 16-step sequencer, you'll be amazed by the sounds you can come up with.

  • Powerful 4-voice analog synthesizer with flexible sound-design tools onboard
  • Create scores of interesting sounds with 2 oscillators per voice
  • Fully programmable analog controls with 200 program memories and 100 presets
  • Analog signal path includes 2 VCOs, 1 VCF, 2 EG, 1 VCA, and 1 LFO
  • Shape controls allow you to dial in harmonic content in any of the oscillators' 4 waveforms
  • Voice Modes allow you to define your sound in 8 highly creative ways
  • 16-step sequencer includes real-time motion recording and step programming
  • Monitor waveform shaping via the onboard OLED oscilloscope display
  • Cross modulation, oscillator sync, and ring modulator let you further shape your sound
  • Switchable 2-/4-pole lowpass filter with resonance provides subtractive synthesis
  • Modulate many parameters with an ADSR envelope and an LFO
  • Tape-style delay effect includes a dedicated highpass filter
  • Stylish yet rugged design includes chassis-mounted pots and rubber-coated knobs
  • USB plus MIDI and sync I/O provide easy connectivity with your other synth gear

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