Korg’s Modwave is a wavetable powerhouse that can import Serum wavetables without conversion.
Korg’s Nautilus puts much of the functionality of the Kronos into a far more affordable instrument.
Korg’s Opsix takes FM synthesis to places it’s never been before.
There's more to Korg's dinky kit synth than meets the eye. Much more...
Korg's painstaking recreation of the legendary ARP 2600 may be even better than the original...
Wave Sequencing is back — and this time it's got knobs on!
If you're looking to embark on a cut-price acid odyssey, look no further...
The latest model in Korg's unstoppable Volca range offers a typically idiosyncratic approach to drum synthesis.
Taking the design of the original Minilogue and features from the Prologue, does the XD offer the ideal balance between function and price?
Korg bring West Coast modular synthesis to the masses with their most ambitious Volca yet.
Thanks to Korg, it’s once again possible to walk into a shop and buy a brand-new, full-size ARP Odyssey.
Korg’s new “flagship analogue synthesizer” actually incorporates plenty of digital technology — and to great effect!
Korg's latest soft synth is an iOS version of the Mono/Poly, which appears to be so similar to previous versions that it can swap patches with them...
The Monologue may be a cut-down version of the Minilogue, but it offers a few features its polyphonic big brother can’t match.
How do you follow the best-selling synthesizer of all time?
When it comes to FM synthesis, Korg’s little Volca is thinking big.
Korg’s single–handed analogue revival continues unabated, with the release of an affordable four–voice polysynth.
Released in 1988, Korg’s M1 was arguably the most popular workstation keyboard of the late ’80s and early ’90s. Korg have now brought the M1 to the iPad in the form of their iM1 app.
The Korg MS20 rides again... again! The latest version takes the form of an expanded desktop module with accompanying sequencer.
Sixteen years after the first one was released, Korg have completely revised and redesigned the Electribe.
With the MS20 Kit, Korg have taken the Ikea approach to selling synths — by insisting you build it yourself!
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