Instrument and music peripheral manufacturer Korg has unveiled their latest generation and flagship analogue synthesiser which takes the form of the Korg Prologue. Kong are marketing the new synthesiser as the “ultimate multi-voice, multi-timbre, multi-engine synthesiser” and have equipped it with a fully programmable feature set.
Features of the Korg Prologue include a full-sized keyboard, powerful analog circuits built from the previous technology and expertise in earlier models as well as a newly developed digital multi engine and DSP-based effects system, “prologue expands the variety of sounds and the possibilities for user customisation”, says Korg. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the new Korg Prologue synthesisers and their capabilities thanks to the inclusion of an analogue sound generator and Multi digital sound generator. Programming features include 500 voices with more than 250 preload and 250 user programs. With each program capable of providing a program sort function that includes voice mode and timbre settings, and allows up to 8 × 4 banks of live set programs to be registered in the synthesiser.
The new Korg Prologue synthesiser range comprises of two models which have been specifically created to cover the needs of musicians not only on stage but also in the studio. Offering 16-voice 61-key prologue-16, and the eight-voice 49-key prologue-8. More details and full specifications jump over to the official Korg website by following the link below.