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Korg - Synthesizer

Model: Kaossilator ProSKU: 9899069

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Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome addition to any digital media studio

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    brotherthew

    Whether you are looking to mix a new drum loop, want to get some screaming trumpet riffs, or just play with random sound fx, this little box does it all. The touch screen is pretty sensitive, and has tons of different scale options to keep you busy with any form of music you wish to throw together or accent. You can easily scroll through 2 full octaves at any given time, plus many more just by tapping a few buttons. This system has a bank of 200 sound slots, and the last 20 of them are user defined. There are tons of setting to alter every single one of the sounds to get exactly what you are looking for. This unit, in addition to a MiniKorg synth, any MIDI capable program, and a pair of studio headphones is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. With 4 separate loop banks, you can easily switch grooves on the fly, and each of the banks allows virtually unlimited layering. Within a matter of minutes, anybody can have a loop started and sounding great. I do highly recommend getting the KP3 alongside this unit though, to add an ungodly amount of control over what you create. Compared to the original Kaossilator, this is a huge step forward, and is well worth the extra dollars. With the PRO unit, you will have the 4 loop banks to build off of, 200 sample loop slots, SD storage for import/export options, RCA in & out, Line in & out, volume control adjustments for different sounds in the same loop, and much much more. The absolute only thing you lose out on by stepping up to the PRO is battery power. The smaller Kaossilator offers only 100 sounds, 1 loops bank to construct, no SD storage or save options, and the control screen is much smaller and harder to find the correct pitches.

    I would recommend this to a friend