Korg Synthesizers

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Korg have just announced a few new exciting releases from Superbooth 2019! Their Minilogue XD gets a desktop version - Minilogue XD Module, and a new addition joins the Volca series - Volca NuBass Vacuum Tube Synthesizer. View all information


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About Korg Synths & Modules

Korg are also known for their blend of pro-quality sounds and ease to use interfaces. The MicroKorg and MicroKorg XL are excellent examples of this – used by bands, musicians and hobbyists throughout the world, they give realistic vintage tones in diminutive packages.

Another popular product line is the Electribe synth / sampler range, one of the leading sequencer based synth and drum machines in the world.

Workstations feature heavily in the Korg range - the M50 and M3 workstations and the notorious Radias synthesizer – all available at Gear4music.com.

As a leader in electronic musical instruments, Korg has completely redefined the world of interactive keyboard instruments.

Korg News

NAMM 2019 | The Korg Minilogue XD is a "Next Generation" Analog Synth with "Huge Potential"

The new-for-2019 Korg Minilogue XD expands on its predecessor and makes analog synthesis approachable for all.... More  »

15 Jan 2019 14:07

Musikmesse 2012: Korg Announce New microKEY Keyboards

Korg announce two new microKEY USB powered keyboards in addition to the original 37 key model at Musikmesse 2012.... More  »

21 Mar 2012 09:00

Korg, Yamaha and Line 6 confirmed for Birmingham Guitar Show

A number of new exhibitors have been confirmed for the Birmingham Guitar Show, including Yamaha, Korg and Line 6.... More  »

22 Jan 2011 09:00