Music Gear News
NAMM 2010: Korg debut the Kaossilator Pro
The Kaossilator Pro, due to be released by Korg in April, promises to take the Kaoss experience over the top offering an array of user requested features.
It provides 200 programs with sounds suitable for virtually every musical genre.
The modelling synthesis has been augmented with PCM samples for improved drum and percussion grooves.
Eight favourite programs are instantly accessible during performance from a bank of clear buttons.
Musical phrases performed on the Kaossilator Pro can be recorded as a loop, then stacked for unlimited possibilities.
Four Loop Recorder Banks (each up to four measures long) allow expressive real time looping, layering and DJ-style remixing.
External audio signals can also be recorded as part of any loop and vocoding can be added opening new avenues for audio processing.
Musical enhancements allow the X-Y touchpad to cover the full note range or a single octave for nuanced control.
Choose from any one of 31 musical scales and play in any key.
The Electribe inspired and ribbon-controlled Gate Arpeggiator delivers inspired and truly musical results.
Loop data can be stored on convenient SD storage cards and transferred via usb to your computer for further use in your favourite DAW.
Check out our video demonstration of the Kaossilator Pro on the Gear4music.com TV ChannelPosted on 15 Jan 2010 01:45 to category : Instruments News
Related Music News
Expanding upon the successes of its critically acclaimed predecessor Octatrack, the MKII promises even more functionality and practicality than ever before.
Looking to get that perfect take? M-Audio's M-Track 2X2 Vocal Studio Pro gives you professional standard recording capabilities in a robust and compact format.
The first synth entries of the Roland's 'Future Redefined', the FA-07 Workstation and SE-02 Synthesizer promise the user complete expression and onboard versatility.
Boasting the best of days gone by the Eric Clapton Signature Strat expresses classic Fender personality completed by a number of quirky modern tidbits.
You've seen ROLI's Seaboard Grand and you've seen their Blocks controllers... prepare yourself for the most innovative pairing this summer.
Building upon the success of their Cutlass entries, Music Man take a tried and tested favourite and make it more versatile than ever with an extra pickup.