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Musikmesse 2011 VIDEO: Korg Monotribe Analogue Ribbon Station
Gear4music.com get an overview of the new Korg Monotribe Analogue Ribbon Station at Musikmesse 2011.
In a world ruled by digital, Korg last year brought us the palm sized monotron. This year Korg have gone a step further announcing the Korg Monotribe, a new form of synthesizer that packs an arsenal of features and technology in to it's compact body.
Sharing the Monotrons DNA the Monotribe delves deeper in to the rich, organic, and often chaotic world of analogue synthesizers.
Complete with built in speaker and battery power, the Monotribe is self-contained and highly portable, able to deliver your ideas with style and personality anywhere!
In addition to analogue synthesis, Monotribe brings together intuitive ease of use and a three part discrete analog rhythm section, plus the proven appeal of Electribe style sequencing.
Using technology old and new the Monotribe merges the powerful sound of analog synthesis with the dexterity and playability required in today's groove making.
Essential for fast and responsive control, analogue technology delivers the full spectrum from warm and easy going to full throttle rampage.
Other features include active step and flux mode, auto tuning analog, multi mode ribbon keyboard, classic analog components, vintage MS-10/MS-20 filter and sync jacks.
Light, compact and completely self contained the Monotribe will deliver hours of enjoyment wherever you take it.Posted on 7 Apr 2011 15:54 to category : Instruments News
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