Korg Synthesizers

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About Korg Synthesizers

Korg synthesizers are loved for their innovative style. Perpetually evolving with time, Korg synthesizers have defined multiple genres of music. After dominating the last 20 years with the microKORG analog modelling synths, Korg now look to the future with a return to analog, FM, wavetable and vector synthesis.
With their reinvention of older synthesis formats, Korg synthesizers have brought a huge breath of fresh air to your synth options. Rather than trying to be aesthetically retro like, some other brands, Korg have opted to bring a modern twist to classic forms of synthesis. The result is a sound that is distinctly modern, but vibrant and alive when compared to modeling synths.
With iconic lines like the microKORG and Volca series still going strong, Korg show no signs of slowing down. With new synths like the Wavestate, Opsix and Modwave, we can't wait to see what's coming next from Korg synthesizers.


Why Should I Choose a Korg Synthesizer?

  • World-class sounds
  • Exciting and unique approaches to synthesis
  • Loved by musicians

Frequently Asked Questions about Korg Synthesizers

Question: Which Korg synthesizer is best for beginners?
If you're looking to learn keyboards, the Korg Kross 2 is a versatile keyboard with a huge range of sounds and a 61 key keyboard that's suitable for 2 handed playing.
Question: Which Korg synthesizer is best for learning synthesis?
The Minilogue is an excellent introduction to synthesis. With an intuitive interface, it's easy to begin sculpting complex analogue sounds. Loved by professional musicians, it's not a synth that you're going to outgrow.
Question: Can I use a Korg synthesizer as a MIDI keyboard?
Most Korg synths with a keyboard feature 5-Pin and USB MIDI connections. This allows you to easily control your favourite hardware and software.