Analogue vocoder and string ensemble synthesiser Keyboard with 37 semi-weighted and velocity sensitive keys “Human Voice” (Male and Female) and “Strings” sections mixable for classic string and choir sounds Analogue vocoder with tone control BBD chorus for ensemble effects Vibrato LFO Pitch shift fader Metal case with wooden side parts Dimensions (H x W x […]
32 sliders and switches to give you direct and real-time access to all important parameters
Comprehensive USB/MIDI implementation for connection to keyboard/sequencers
3-Year Warranty Program*
Designed and engineered in the U.K.
Even more vintage sounds, including the KORG SGproX piano, M1 and VOX organs and well-known "Tape" instruments
128 onboard sounds, plus 640 additional sounds included with the Editor/Librarian for Mac and PC!
New yet nostalgic - black panel "new vintage" design
Featuring MMT - the distillation of Korg's analog modeling technology
Vocoder with included gooseneck microphone
A powerful Kaoss effects engine - the kind of effects that you would expect from Korg
Korg's proprietary Natural Touch mini-keyboard, designed with an emphasis on playability
Battery powered operation is supported for increased portability
More Vintage Sounds than Ever
Lush analog modeled synthesizer sounds that are characteristic of the MicroKorg have been freshly added to the MicroKorg XL+. In addition, for band use, the MicroKorg XL+ comes equipped with the piano sound from Korg's classic stage piano, the SGproX (famous for its ability to stand out in your band's mix), as well as its hard-edged grand-type electric piano. This compact package also includes sounds from the M1 and the VOX organ, vintage tape-type string and flute machines, as well as other gorgeous sounds from keyboard history. Of course, these sounds can be played full-range like the originals that inspired them, either by using the onboard octave switch, or by connecting your choice of any MIDI-capable full-sized keyboard of choice. Each of these 128 programs are genuinely inspiring sounds, giving the MicroKorg XL+ plenty of variety to serve as your main keyboard or as a secondary keyboard in your rig. In addition, Korg has provided a total of 640 free sounds, downloadable through the free Editor software!
Program genre selector
The MicroKorg XL featured a sound selector that lets you choose your sound using two large dials: "music genre" and "instrument category." The new MicroKorg XL+ has been updated with a new set "music genres" to fit today's evolving music scene. Now you can select a program that matches your song more intuitively than ever. For even more convenience, you can also leave one of the dials fixed and use the other dial to make program changes during a song (music genre fixed), or use the dial to select vocoder variations (instrument category fixed).
New Yet Nostalgic - "New Vintage" Design
The MicroKorg XL+ projects a style that's reminiscent of vintage electric pianos, featuring a futuristic and simultaneously retro design with a stylish black panel and knobs. High-quality parts such as metal levers, dials that move with an audible click, and knobs with a sturdy operating feel are some of the ways that the MicroKorg XL+ outclasses other instruments in its range and enhances your experience editing synthesizer sounds.
Tone Generator System:
MMT (Multiple Modeling Technology)
Maximum 2 (when using Layer, Split, or Multi)
Maximum 8 voices (when using Vocoder, it is 4 voices)
Six types: UP, DOWN, ALT1/2, Random, Trigger, Individual step on/off function
128 programs (A/B banks x 8 genres x 8 category)
[AUDIO INPUT 1] (1/4" phone jack, unbalanced, with MIC/LINE switch) - Rear Panel
[AUDIO INPUT 1 (MIC)] (XLR jack / balanced) - Front Panel
[L/MONO, R] (1/4" Standard phone jacks / unbalanced)
[Phone] (1/4" Stereo Standard phone jacks)
DC 9 V (AC adapter), or six AA alkaline batteries (sold separately)
Approx. four hours (with alkaline batteries)
2.0 kg/4.41 lbs. (without batteries and included microphone)
AC adapter, Gooseneck Microphone
Soft Case: SC-micro MSG
Mobile Monitor Amplifier : MMA-130(It provides a DC9V output jack that can provide power to one of a number of Korg instruments like microKORG XL+)
MicroKorg XL+ Sound Editor
Operating requirements Windows
A computer that satisfies the operating requirements of Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 and is equipped with a USB port
Microsoft Windows XP SP3 (32 bit), Windows Vista SP2 (32bit, 64bit), Windows 7 SP1 (32bit, 64bit)
An Apple Macintosh computer that satisfies the operating requirements of Mac OS X and is equipped with a USB port and an Intel or Power PC processor
Mac OS X version 10.5 or later (“Intel" Only)
Korg Microkorg - 37 Keys Analog Modeled Synthesizer-Vocoder
State-of-the-art analog modeling and multi-band vocoding are finally available in a compact, portable instrument. With 37 keys and 128 user-rewritable programs, the microKORG Synthesizer/Vocoder is perfect for the performer, producer, computer musician or beginner looking for an affordable synthesizer. The new microKORG delivers the quality sounds and features you expect from Korg at a price that will astound you.
The microKORG boasts the same dual-oscillator DSP synthesis engine found in Korg?s critically acclaimed MS2000 and offers a wider selection of waveforms than any other modeled synth. Oscillator 1 features a total of 71 waveforms . These include traditional analog waves like saw, pulse, sine and noise, plus more unique choices like Vox wave and cross wave. Together they provide a cool selection that can be modulated to produce an extensive range of timbres. In addition, 64 exclusive DWGS waveforms from Korg?s classic DW-8000 enable the microKORG to reproduce a broad collection of imitative sounds. Sounds like bells, electric pianos, guitars, basses and more that would be difficult reproduce on an analog synthesizer. You can also apply Ring and Sync modulation from Oscillator 2 to create the kind of complex timbres that are the true sign of an advanced synthesizer.
Four filter modes are available, offering -12 dB (2-pole) low pass, high pass and band pass configurations plus an extra steep -24 dB (4-pole) low pass setting. All include resonance. Two classic ADSR envelope generators and two MIDI-syncable LFOs provide the power to shape your sounds. Add a Virtual Patch matrix that lets you create advanced modulation settings ? routing the Mod Wheel to control filter cutoff or pulse width, using an LFO to control panning or amp level, etc. ? and you have performance that is unheard of from a synthesizer in this price range!
The microKORG includes an 8-band vocoder with many advanced features. You can capture and ?freeze? the formants of your voice, and then play it across the keyboard, or shift the formant frequency to make your voice sound male, female, like a child or just plain wacky! Best of all, the microKORG comes with its own microphone so you can start having fun right away.
A full range of effects
Three types of modulation effects (chorus/flanger, phaser, ensemble), three types of delay effects (stereo, cross, L/R), and a two-band equalizer add the finishing touch to the microKORG. The delays can be synchronized with the arpeggiator or to an external MIDI clock ? a great feature for live performances or for laying down tracks. All effects can be edited to create your own, unique sounds.
Great sounds and expression
Korg has used all of the microKorg?s synthesis power in the creation of 128 great-sounding presets. They cover a wide range of the latest musical styles plus many vintage favorites. Sixteen vocoder Programs are also included. The Pitch Bend wheel, Modulation wheel and five other knobs provide flexible realtime control over filter cutoff, attack, release and other important parameters. The Edit Mode allows you to fully edit the existing sounds, or to create your own new ones.
Six types of arpeggio patterns (UP, DOWN, ALT1/2, Random, Trigger) are built in, with control over tempo, gate time, swing, and up to a 4-octave range. You can turn individual steps on or off within a pattern, providing the feel and functionality of a step sequencer.
Two external audio input jacks are provided, so you can run other instruments, CDs and more through the microKORG?s filter and effects, allowing you to process sounds in truly creative ways.
A compact MIDI controller
The microKORG?s compact size is perfect for the musician or DJ looking to add a synth to his or her setup when space is tight. It?s also a great choice for use in a computer-based music setup. The five realtime knobs on the front panel can transmit MIDI messages (control changes), so they can be used as controllers for software synthesizers. Use the 37-note velocity-sensitive mini-keyboard for controlling other gear or for recording and editing with your sequencer. And thanks to battery-power, the microKORG is the ultimate portable controller when used with a laptop computer!
Clear control and classic looks
There?s no complex menu structure ? all parameters are located on the panel for easy access to any function. A large dial and LED illuminated buttons provide easy program selection even on a dark stage. With its beige-gold body, wooden side panels and retro-influenced design, the microKORG has a look that?s both vintage and funky.
[AUDIO IN 1, 2 (LINE)],
[AUDIO IN 2 (MIC)]
L/MONO, R and
IN, OUT and THRU
3 characters x1 line with 8 segment LED
DC 9 V (AC adapter), or
six AA alkaline batteries (sold separately)
6.4 Watt maximum
20.63“(W) x 9.13“(D) x 2.76“(H)
524mm(W) x 232mm(D) x 70mm(H)
AC adapter (DC 9 V, 600 mA),
Specifications subject to change without notice
MiniNova is a compact, super-cool studio and live synth with the same sound engine as its big brother; UltraNova. It comes with 256 incredible onboard sounds that you can tweak with five knobs, or totally warp with eight 'animate' buttons. It has up to 18 voices with as many as five synth effects on each sound. MiniNova also has an onboard VocalTuneTM effect as well as a classic vocoder so you can recreate iconic vocal sounds from hip hop, urban and electronic music.
The ARP Odyssey has been downsized to 86% of the original ARP Odyssey. Carefully selected parts are used in the familiar slider section, providing an operating feel that's even smoother than the original. The keyboard uses a 37-note slim keyboard that features lighter weight and excellent playability. While making the instrument more compact and easier to use, we have also paid attention to ensuring that the mini-keyboard is uncompromisingly "playable." Although the keyboard has 37 keys, the transpose function lets it cover a broad range of seven octaves.
Bass Station II is an analogue mono-synth based on the classic original Bass Station but re-worked for the 21st century. It has two filters, two oscillators plus a third sub-oscillator, patch save and a fully analogue effects section. Add a step sequencer, arpeggiator, full sized keys and a powerful modulation section and you have the makings of a synth that is built for bass, but capable of so much more.
Specifications Synth engine Oscillators
Sub Osc (3)
Osc 1 & 2
Select between waveforms:
square/variable pulse width
Sync 1 & 2
Pitch modulation from Mod Envelope and/or LFO 1
Pulse width modulation from Mod Envelope and/or LFO 2
Sub Osc (3) which is tracked to Osc 1
Select independently between waveforms:
All modulation and tuning tracked to Osc 1
Independent octave select
Osc 1 level
Osc 2 level
Sub Osc level
Noise generator level
Ring modulation depth
External signal level
Two filter types
Acid type (diode ladder filter design)
Classic type (derived from original Bass Station)
Filter frequency to Mod Envelope depth
Filter frequency to LFO 2 depth
Select 'Classic' filter between:
Two ADSR Envelopes (Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release)
Combined control of both Envelopes
Select triggering mode between:
Single trigger (holds envelope state when new note is played)
Multi trigger (re-triggers with every new note played)
Autoglide (engages portamento)
There is also a VCA limiter
Two LFOs each selectable between:
Sample and hold
Both LFOs independently adjustable between rate and delay time
Key sync LFO 1 & 2
LFO slew on LFO 1& 2 (low pass filter on the LFO waveform)
Oscillator filter mod amount (FM effect created by Oscillator 2 modulating filter freq)
Up to 32 different patterns
Select between 1-4 octave range
up / down 1
up / down 2
Latch (hold the arpeggiator)
Up to four sequences
Assign one of 32 preset rhythms or create your own
insert rests or legato (slide)
Sequencer re-trigger function
Adjust glide time
Single trigger or re-trigger modes
Integrate into step sequencer and arpeggiator
Hardware & controller assignment
25 note synth-action keyboard
Aftertouch can be assigned to modulate:
LFO 1to Osc pitch
Osc 2 speed
Modulation wheel can be assigned to:
LFO 2 to filter frequency
LFO 1 to Osc pitch
Osc 2 pitch
Octave up/ down buttons
64 factory presets
64 slots for user patches (and patch dump facility for storing more)
Master volume dial
Inputs and Outputs
USB MIDI (for connecting & powering Bass Station II via host computer)
Mono output on 1/4" TRS jack
Headphone output on 1/4" TRS jack
External input on 1/4" TRS jack
Sustain pedal input on 1/4" TS jack
MIDI IN / MIDI OUT ports on 5 pin din
DC power input
Switch between power off / DC powered / bus powered
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