Korg has introduced the MP-10 Pro Professional Media Player—a musical companion for mobile entertainers, solo keyboardists, singers, and amateur musicians.
As a MIDI instrument, the MP-10 Pro can play MIDI files from the song players. The internal sound engine uses the same EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) found in the Korg Pa500 arranger keyboard and can also be played from an external MIDI device. The front panel offers four assignable performance pads for triggering sound effects and musical phrases. Numerous on-board effects are available for the internal players and MIDI engine. For the entertainer, singer or master of ceremonies, the MP-10 Pro is equipped with a TC Helicon vocal processor offering compression, EQ and delay. A pitch shifter for changing keys, a time stretch function for changing the tempo and an advanced vocal remover allow MP3 files to be customized to suit the entertainer’s style.
The MP-10 Pro features Korg’s TouchView display. In addition to MIDI and USB connections, there are connections for a PC keyboard that make naming and cataloging songs very efficient, according to Korg. Two microphone inputs (one XLR and one 1/4"") are designed to assure compatibility with nearly any mic.
Pricing & Availability
The MP-10 Pro will be available July 2010 with pricing TBA.
Check out www.korg.com for more.
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