New Korg Electribe Product Preview

We get Video with James Pullen AKA Mista Bishi      23/10/14
    MP4 22:12 mins    

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We got a sneak preview at BPM of the brand new Korg Electribe, although perhaps not in the ideal environment. So we jumped at the chance to have a visit from Ian Bradshaw of Korg UK and James Pullen (aka Mista Bishi) to give us a more detailed look at the new unit.

With a King Korg derived synth engine the Electribe features a 24 voice synth engine for 16 parts, each part also has an insert effect and then there's a final Master Effect buss too.

Plenty of filter types and a revamped effect processor gives the Electribe a full ambient sound, at least in the hands of Mista Bishi.

The new Electribe is expected to drop in December, at a street price of £329 UK

If you want to hear a more complete version of the track James played portions of, here's a link to a vocal version:-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmGde6keciY

 

 

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