Melville, NY – January 15th, 2019 – KORG’s desirable minilogue; the synthesizer that set a new precedent for programmable, affordable polyphonic analog has evolved with the release of the minilogue XD. The all-new minilogue XD takes on the form factor of KORG’s best-selling analog synth while adding powerful new features to raise the bar for analog – and digital - sound creation possibilities.
With a four-voice analogue synthesizer circuit based off the renowned prologue, the powerful 16-step sequencer and micro tuning from the monologue, all of the “logue” line’s programmable capabilities, the most effects processing on any of KORG’s analog synths, and the innovative MULTIdigital oscillator, the minilogue XD is the culmination of KORG’s analogue technologies to date.
“minilogue XD elegantly combines and expands upon the best features of our analogue line,” says James Sajeva, Director of Music Technology Brands at KORG USA, Inc. “minilogue has long been a favorite because of its build quality, excellent price to power ratio, and its unique approach to analog, and minilogue XD offers another great option for anyone looking to add a little analog to their setup,” concludes Sajeva.
The increased digital effects including reverb, delay and modulation enhance the minilogue series, boasting richer sounds and more functions for any level musician. Two CV IN jacks are also provided, allowing the player to use external devices to control parameters.
The minilogue XD will be available late winter 2019 for $649.99. It will be debuted at WNAMM 2019 at the KORG USA, Inc. booth, Hall B #8802.
For more information, visit www.KORG.com.