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Korg introduced the Sound on Sound (SOS) Unlimited Track Recorder.

Battery-powered and self-contained, the SOS contains a stereo microphone and a built-in speaker for all-in-one recording and monitoring.

Additional features include:
  • Built-in Guitar, Bass and Chromatic tuners
  • Fifty internal rhythm patterns (with four variations each), providing a solid, steady beat
  • Sound Stretch function that can alter the playback speed without affecting the pitch, for practice and study applications
  • Backlit touchscreen display that offers extreme ease of use
  • Unlimited Undo function
  • Free software provides basic audio editing and easy CD burning
  • Compact design that allows tabletop or handheld operation

In addition to the internal microphone, the SOS provides a 1/4" balanced instrument input, an 1/8" mic input and an 1/8" stereo line input to accommodate nearly any source recording. A stereo headphone output is also provided.

SOS owners can download the free compatible Korg Audio Utility software from www.korg.com. Check that website for more details on this model.

Pricing & Availability
The Sound on Sound (SOS) recorder will be available April 2010 with an MSRP of $400.00.

Korg is exhibiting at Booth 6440 (Hall A) at the 2010 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.
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