Korg's New Baby is The Krome Workstation

Korg Japan posts videos      04/09/12

Buying Choices

Prior to the big announcement billed for 2.30PM EST - where Korg US will be streaming a live event announcing some Major News - Korg Japan have released several videos for the the Korg Krome - which we're guessing is likely to be said news.

This looks like a new workstation with lots of Kronos brains and sounds on board, plus touchscreen control, but with a much lighter footprint, making it an easier thing to gig without doing your back in. 

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Product Features

  • The Korg workstation ideal for any style of piano playing
  • KRONOS-derived full length, unlooped piano and drum sounds, plus new electric pianos designed to shine on stage
  • Electric pianos with eight-level velocity switching for unmatched expressive power
  • Distinctive aluminum panel design exudes a sense of quality
  • Drums offering separately mixable direct and ambient sounds for studio-grade quality
  • Drum Track plays back realistic, inspiring grooves at the touch of a button
  • Expertly created, in-demand sounds including 640 Programs and 288 Combinations
  • Powerful Effects with 5 Inserts, 2 Master, and 1 Total FX, plus per track/timbre EQ
  • Clear, intuitive control with Korg’s exclusive 7-inch color TouchView™ display
  • USB connection to your computer, plus an SD Card slot for data storage
  • You can use the KROME editor to edit sounds on your computer
  • Available in 61, 73, and 88 key models

For the full skinny, see the Korg live broadcast today at 2.30EST (6.30 UK)



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