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Kaossilator 2, Mini Kaoss Pad 2 Available

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Korg Kaossilator 2

DJ Effect from Korg belonging to the Kaoss series.

Korg announces the availability of its Kaossilator 2 Dynamic Phrase Synthesizer and Mini Kaoss Pad 2 Dynamic Effect Processor.

Each offers a new design with ergonomic styling, an organic electroluminescent (OEL) display, and Korg's X-Y touchpad, all in a body with battery operation for shirt pocket portability. 

 

The Kaossilator 2 offers a number of advancements over the original Kaossilator. These changes include an advanced sound generator, expanded loop recording capabilities plus cross-fading between loops, and the ability to save loops and the users' performances via an optional micro SD card. 

 

The Mini Kaoss Pad 2 offers a familiar Kaoss interface and effects, and can accommodate audio sources via a 1/8" stereo input. It features a number of changes over the original Mini Kaoss Pad including an on-board MP3/media player, an expanded library of effects, and optional microSD storage. The Mini Kaoss Pad 2 offers effects that are suited for DJ and live musical performances, instruments/vocals, and home studio applications.

 

Like all Korg Kaoss products, both new offerings are played by sliding or tapping a finger on the X-Y Kaoss touchpad. For the Kaossilator 2, moving the finger in one direction controls the pitch and note information; the other direction controls the synthesizer sounds themselves. On the Mini Kaoss Pad 2, finger motions allow multiple effect parameters to be controlled at the same time.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Korg Kaossilator 2 and Mini Kaoss Pad 2 are now in stores for a U.S. street price of US$159.99.

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