New Korg Monotron Duo and Korg Monotribe Delay Analogue Ribbon Synthesizers

Looks like the pocket size, quirky, simplistic, analogue ribbon synthesizers continue to be developed by Korg. They keep making it easier for the bedroom musician to create. So, now you have no excuse.

Here are the latest additions to the fantastic Monotron family…

Korg Monotron Duo Analogue Ribbon Controller

KORG monotron DELAY and Monotribe

For more information on the Monotron family of ribbon controller synthesizers visit Korg.com here

Introduction to Monotron Series…
Korg puts the thrill of the analog synthesizer into everyone’s hands, with the monotron, the monotron DUO, and the monotron DELAY

Go Anywhere Analog: That was the theme behind the remarkable battery-powered and palm-sized Korg analog synthesizer dubbed the monotron. The powerful and fun-to-play monotron analog synthesizer has been joined by two siblings. The Dual Oscillator monotron DUO offers X-MOD capabilities for generating even more extreme sounds. The monotron DELAY features a Space Delay that can produce intense, analog-like echo effects. Best of all, they’re a blast to play. Each is equipped with a ribbon keyboard and a live, ready-to-be tweaked front panel offering five knobs and a single switch. This simple operation and ease of use invites hours of enjoyment and musical exploration.

Casual users and gadget mavens will quickly enjoy performing melodies, DJs can create dazzling effects on stage, while established players can add analog muscle to their performance – the possibilities are virtually endless. Grab a monotron, monotron DUO, or monotron DELAY, and get in touch with the exciting world of Korg analog synths.

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