Korg Minilogue: Quick Listen


In the following “Quick Listen” video, Greg Johnson demonstrates the Korg Minilogue Polyphonic Synthesizer and shows how this powerful new synthesizer can be a useful addition to any musician’s inventory. The video explores some of the 100 Factory/User presets and how to utilize the onboard true-analog oscillators, filter, amplifier, envelope generators, and LFO. Johnson shows us each of its eight modes including 4-Voice, Duo, Unison, Mono, Single Note Chords, Delay, Arpeggiator, and Side-Chain.  Additionally, the video touches upon the 16-note polyphonic sequencer, which can be implemented in step mode or real time. The Minilogue offers programmable sliders, a tape-style delay, and a built-in oscilloscope, as well as MIDI I/O, USB and Sync I/O. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.



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Very reminiscent of the Korg MonoPoly.   Impressive sounds and controls.  The little oscilloscope is cool.  The only thing that I think would make it better is 4 VCFs and 4 VCAs.  However from what I can tell this thing is meant more for leads than pads and such.  I bet Keith Emerson could have made this thing talk.  Rest in Peace Keith.  You Were the Man!