The brand new Korg SV1 rejoices in a collection of retro keyboard sounds and lovingly sampled acoustic pianos. Read all about it in our world exclusive review!
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The tiny MPK25 goes beyond knobs and buttons alone, offering MPC-style drum pads for added versatility.
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