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Musikmesse 2010: Korg release details of PS60 performance synthesizer
Ideal for gigging musicians, the Korg PS60 performance synthesizer has just been debuted at Musikmesse 2010.
With six individual sonic categories ? Piano, E-Piano, Organ, Strings, Brass, and Synth ? users have quick access to the most in-demand keyboard sounds.
Under the hood there is EDS-i (Enhanced Definition Synthesis ? integrated) technology inherited from KORG's flagship music workstations, delivering 440 impeccably voiced, satisfying sounds.
As seems to be the case with all Korg's new releases, the focus is truly on ease of use and flexibility.
Dedicated knobs and buttons are provided for frequently-used functions, allowing extended performance control and intuitive, realtime sound editing.
Furthermore the easy setup feature lets you easily specify the volume, effect amount, and octave settings of each sound.
Nine dedicated knobs provide accurate and immediate control of the modulation, reverb/delay, and EQ effects.
USB computer port and free Sound Editing software provide detailed control and instant access to all sound parameters.
Unique at this price point, Korg have developed what can only be described as a TI style interface.
The PS60 Plug-in Editor allows the PS60 to act as a plug-in synthesizer in your host DAW (AU, VST or RTAS formats).Posted on 24 Mar 2010 10:00 to category : Instruments News
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