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Korg Kronos - SGX-2 German Piano Sound
The Kronos has nine unique synthesizer / sound engines in one powerful work station offering plenty of versatility.
As well as the respected German and Japanese Grand sounds from the SGX-1 engine, the SGX-2 is a grand piano engine, which now includes the distinctive Berlin grand sound.
Korg also state that: "It's realism and natural piano character makes it ideal for both studio and live performance."
To listen to a variety of the sounds from the premium piano SGX-2 engine, click here.
By Michael Storey.
Posted on 7 Jun 2016 09:43 to category : Instruments News
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