Creator of Korg Monologue Explains Concept and Features & Experience The Demo


Announced back in November 2017, the Korg Monologue is a 25-key monophonic analog synthesizer based on the Minilogue. Not only is it super affordable ($299 USD) btu it includes some features not found on its bigger sibling. 

Here’s a quick reminder of the main Monologue Features:

Korg monologue Specifications 

Keyboard: 

25-keys (Slim-key, velocity sensitive) 

Sound Generation: 

Analog synthesis 

Program: 

100 programs (80 Presets / 20 Users) 

Each program includes microtuning and sequence data settings 

Main Synthesis Parameters: 

MASTER: Drive
VCO1: Wave (Saw, Triangle, Square), Shape
VCO2: Octave, Wave (Saw, Triangle, Noise), Sync/Ring, Pitch, Shape
MIXER: VCO1, VCO2
FILTER: Cutoff, Resonance
EG: Type (A/D, A/G/D, G), Attack, Decay, Int, Target (Pitch, Pitch 2, Cutoff)
LFO: Wave (Saw, Triangle, Square), Mode (Fast, Slow, 1-Shot), Rate, Int, Target (Pitch, Shape, Cutoff) 

Sequencer: 

16-step monophonic sequencer 

Motion sequence can be used on up to four parameters 

Microtuning: 

32 settings (20 Preset tunings / 6 User scales / 6 User octaves) 

Each setting can be set the key. 

Controls: 

23 dedicated panel controls deliver immediate parameter access 

A slider can control different parameters for each program 

Display: 

Real-time OLED oscilloscope provides visual feedback of parameter changes 

Connectors: 

Headphones (6.3mm stereo phone jack) Output (6.3mm monaural phone jack) Audio In (6.3mm monaural phone jack) Sync In (3.5mm monaural mini jack) Sync Out (3.5mm monaural mini jack) MIDI In 

MIDI Out 

USB Type B 

 

 

 



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