Korg's Synths In Software

KORG Collection now includes the ARP ODYSSEY and is on a reduced price offer      22/12/17

Korg's Synths In Software


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KORG tells us that, released in 2004, the KORG Legacy Collection was a pioneer of software synthesizers, and now in 2017, they are announcing the release of the updated KORG Collection for Mac/Win featuring the addition of the ARP ODYSSEY. Here's the details in their own words...

You can now find in software the incredible sounds and feel of this unique analog hardware synth, the ARP ODYSSEY, re-issued by KORG. The updated Collection is equipped with new features especially suited to software, such as polyphonic compatibility and a rich, high-quality effects section.

Some features widely requested by users will be added to the KORG Collection in future updates. We plan to support AAX format and refine the user interface on a large-scale among other improvements but until then we hope you love all the new features so far and enjoy making music with the KORG Collection of synthesizers offered by KORG.

Faithfully Reconstructed Authentic Sound
With Korg's original Component Modeling Technology (CMT), the KORG Legacy Collection doesn't just simulate the output sound as is the case with typical modeling. Rather it digitizes the components used in the original hardware synthesizers and uses this reconstruction of the hardware circuits to emulate all the nuances of the original instruments. The new software addition to this release, the ARP ODYSSEY, was based on the ARP Odyssey introduced by Korg in 2015 with the advisory assistance of ARP Instruments' co-founder in the 1970s and Odyssey designer, David Friend. Now you too can experience the authentic sound of the ARP ODYSSEY, part of the updated KORG Collection.

Get the sound you aspire to with plug-ins
KORG Collection is not just standalone software. As a 64-bit plug-in compatible with AU, VST, each title can be used in the various production environments found in Mac / Windows. Add flair to your music composition with a variety of timeless, legendary sounds.

Pricing and Availability:
To commemorate the release of KORG Collection there is a limited time sale until January 31, 2018.

Sale Price: US $149 Regular Price:$249 

Purchase available via download from the new KORG Shop

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