Korg Electronic instrument reviews
Korg Kross Review - Entry-Level Redefined
Two years after Kronos, Korg keeps on developing its workstation range ─ this time with its most affordable model yet.
Korg Monotribe Review - Analog Tribe
Presented during the Musikmesse 2011, the Monotribe is the big brother of the Monotron. This standalone sound module includes one synth voice and three analog drum sounds and was conceived to change patterns while playing live. To write this review I decided to take it with me on my skiing vacations...
Korg Kronos Mini-Review - Giant Step!
Presented at the NAMM 2011 and already available since this summer, the Kronos represents a new step in the workstation market — a cruel world where every product becomes immediately obsolete as soon as the successor is launched. The Kronos is very innovative and comprehensive, but will it be able to break this fatal rule?
Korg PS60 Review - Plug & Play
While the market of low-budget synthesizers has never been so flourishing, Korg launches a performance synth conceived for live applications that require spontaneity and real-time options. Let's step into the details...
Korg MicroSampler Review - Feather Light Sampler
To everyone's surprise, Korg has launched a small sampler keyboard. Let's see what we can do with it and for what purpose...