Cynics would possibly argue that the restricted version Minilogue Bass is solely a rebadged model of an almost seven-year-old synth, however that doesn’t essentially imply that you simply gained’t need one.
Sure, architecturally, it’s the identical as the unique Minilogue, however as you may see, the Bass model options “inverted purple and black keys and a liquid swirl design entrance panel”.
If that isn’t sufficient to promote you on it, how about 100 new sounds, 40 of which have been designed particularly for bass by a workforce comprising professional bassists and programmers? You even have house for 100 consumer applications.
In case you’d forgotten, the Minilogue is a 4-voice analogue polysynth with two VCOs, a VCF, two EGs, a VCA and an LFO. There are eight voice modes – poly, duo, unison, mono, chord, delay, arp and sidechain – an oscilloscope that ‘visualises’ your sound, and a 16-step polyphonic observe and movement sequencer. Connectivity choices embrace MIDI, USB MIDI and Audio Sync.
The Minilogue Bass’s putting entrance panel is product of 2mm sand-blasted aluminium, and there’s a red-coloured wooden rear panel. Korg claims that the steel shaft chassis-mounted potentiometers and rubber-coated knobs make the synth appropriate for all times on the highway, and you’ll load current Minilogue patches – plus manufacturing unit and bonus libraries – by way of the devoted sound librarian.
The Minilogue Bass is about to value £649. Discover out extra on the Korg (opens in new tab) web site.
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