Korg Announces Prologue Polyphonic Analog Synth

Multi-voice, multi-timbre, multi-engine synth in 49 or 61 key versions      18/01/18

Korg Announces Prologue Polyphonic Analog Synth

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Following in the footsteps of the Minilogue four-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer and the Monologue monophonic analogue synth, with Korg has unleashed the Prologue, which they describe as the ultimate multi-voice, multi-timbre, multi-engine polyphonic analogue synthesizer.

Director of Technology at Korg USA, James Sajeva, told us, "The features, power and one-of-a-kind architecture that Prologue offers result in a completely unique polyphonic analog synthesizer,capable of producing an expansive range of sounds that are simply not possible on any other synth. Korg's best-selling minilogue and monologue synthesizers have definitely set the mark for analog synthesis, but the Prologue raises the bar even higher and we're ecstatic to introduce this state-of-the-art product to the world."

Here's more details in Korg's own words...

This fully-programmable, fully-featured professional synth is Korg's long-awaited full-sized polyphonic analog flagship, equipped with a full 49 or 61 keys, powerful discrete circuitry, a newly developed open-source multi engine, and stunning DSP-based effects. The Prologue is available in either 8 voice (49 key) or 16 voice (61 key) models with multi-timbral zoning options, as well as multi-effects presented with an intuitive interface, improving on its predecessors, plus Korg's best full-size synth action, also found in Korg's popular Kronos workstation.

The new prologue is a two-timbre synth that allows two different programs to be played simultaneously. In addition to layer and split, the Prologue provides four voice modes:Poly, Mono, Unison or Chord, allowing the user to freely combine the 16 or 8 voices for performances. The dual effects section includes Modand Delay/Reverb, each with areas for user-created algorithms. Perhaps the most impressive component to the new model is the user-creatable oscillators and effects, for a never-before-seen level of customization and sonic possibilities. Users can program their own oscillators and effects or download fresh and exciting code created by others to use on their own Prologue.

Korg's Prologue will make its debut at the 2018 WNAMM show at the Korg USA booth; #8802 in Hall B, with exclusive demonstrations planned throughout the show.

Pricing and Availability:
Both models will be available January 2018 for $1499.99 and $1999.99, respectively.

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