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Analog Synth from Korg belonging to the Monotron series.

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  • Anonymous

    This is my first synth !!!

    Korg Monotron DuoPublished on 10/31/14 at 12:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is my first little synth, like a little toy, but as a very powerful little synth !!!
    There to turn your powerful effects when above the 5 buttons.
    It takes a big apdateur mini jack mono !!! with a large output jack mono !!!
    It takes a mono jack cables connected to the apdateur mini jack mono !!!
    It takes 2 AAA batteries X2 (3V) in Alkaline !!!

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is very easy to use !!! & Easy !!!
    Not need the manual, it is very simple in emploies.
    The sounds are great for me !!! , And the effects too !!!

    SOUNDS

    I consists mainly in loops audio / wav for my compositions magix music studio 2 !!! & Music maker premium 2014 !!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've......
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    This is my first little synth, like a little toy, but as a very powerful little synth !!!
    There to turn your powerful effects when above the 5 buttons.
    It takes a big apdateur mini jack mono !!! with a large output jack mono !!!
    It takes a mono jack cables connected to the apdateur mini jack mono !!!
    It takes 2 AAA batteries X2 (3V) in Alkaline !!!

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is very easy to use !!! & Easy !!!
    Not need the manual, it is very simple in emploies.
    The sounds are great for me !!! , And the effects too !!!

    SOUNDS

    I consists mainly in loops audio / wav for my compositions magix music studio 2 !!! & Music maker premium 2014 !!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using: 1 month & 3 weeks !!!
    I tried another synth as tactile as: Korg Kaossillator I travaillier for 3 years and even more !!!
    Good quality & strong at the moment ???
    Cheap price: 45,60 Euro.
    Thank you & thank you to audiofanzine & korg to !!!
    I am disabled musician & composer, arranger ... ect.
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  • nice

    Korg Monotron DuoPublished on 05/03/14 at 10:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mini synthesizer tape. Has two VCO and VCF and an X mode

    UTILIZATION

    Very compact, simple presentation. Modulation sounds easy knobs.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect Poir one who wants to have electro sonorities or add a bit of modernity to times. Worthy of sonorities 80 years

    OVERALL OPINION

    Interesting report quality price for a first synth. Practice, it fits in a pocket to go jam with his buddies in Unplugged away from the city.
  • 2 oscillators

    Korg Monotron DuoPublished on 10/11/12 at 22:42
    If you need a portable analog synthesizer with 2 oscillators then the Korg Monotron Duo is the way to go! It has analog filters and an internal speaker which is pretty good considering that this unit is only 50 dollars. I have not seen a negative review on this unit yet. The sound you are able to get with the Monotron Duo is a true analog synth sound all in a very small and portable unit. The built in speaker sounds very good, you won’t hear any really deep frequencies with it though and everything kind of sounds like it is coming out of an old clock radio. But there is no distortion and after using this unit for a year the speaker still sounds the way it did when I took the Monotron......
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    If you need a portable analog synthesizer with 2 oscillators then the Korg Monotron Duo is the way to go! It has analog filters and an internal speaker which is pretty good considering that this unit is only 50 dollars. I have not seen a negative review on this unit yet. The sound you are able to get with the Monotron Duo is a true analog synth sound all in a very small and portable unit. The built in speaker sounds very good, you won’t hear any really deep frequencies with it though and everything kind of sounds like it is coming out of an old clock radio. But there is no distortion and after using this unit for a year the speaker still sounds the way it did when I took the Monotron Duo out of the box.


    UTILIZATION

    This synth has no presets, you will need to know how to work with oscillators to achieve the sound that you want to have. There is 1 output and 1 input with the Duo. Nothing is digital, no digital outputs. There is also no MIDI which would have been nice if they would have added some MIDI connections to it so I could work with a lot of other gear and sync up to be quantized.


    SOUNDS

    Another thing that I wish that the Monotron Duo had is an arp, there are no arps on this unit. But it does work with triple A batteries, so with it being battery powered and having an on unit speaker you can truly take this anywhere and pull it out to just have fun or start working with building some sounds. This is a great analog unit to learn to use oscillators with. I always felt learning oscillators on hardware was a lot better than learning from a computer VST.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall it could have had some MIDI connections and some presets in a perfect world. But you are getting a great dual oscillator analog synth for 50 dollars. You will have fun with it none the less, and enjoy learning to work with sounds the way it was originally done many years ago. This is a perfectly priced unit, and it weighs less than a pound.
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