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Korg Monotron Demo

Submitted by on April 29, 2010 – 5:19 pm 3 Comments

A few weeks ago, we reported on the new Korg Monotron synthesizer, a $67 synth from Korg with a touch-sensitive keyboard. The battery-powered synth is a full-featured analogue synth, with VCO, LFO and VCF knobs and a ribbon controller.

A ton of people have bought these (hey, who can go wrong with an analogue synth for $67!), but I’ve yet to see anything interesting done on one.

Koishistyle comes to the rescue with a great demo of the Monotron – it’s a song recorded entirely with one of these mini synths, and it’s fantastic. Check it out:

It just proves that it’s not the size, but how you use it that counts!

Thanks to Bakis for the tip!


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