Odyssey Q+A WIth Korgs Chief Analog Synth Engineer

Tatsuya Takahashi is the brains behind many of the new analogs from Korg      15/06/15

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The Korg Odyssey re-boot project has been well documented and tracked since it was first announced - indeed many didn't quite believe it would ever come off. But indeed it did, with the input of the collaborative team between ARP brand owner David Friend and the boffins at Korg, who somehow managed to remake the classic after their successes at the MS-20 reboots.

In this video, Tatsuya Takahashi the chief engineer at Korg for Analog synths - also responsible for the Volcas, Monotrons, and Monotribe answers questions on the project.

 

 


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