Knobcon 2019: Korg NTS-1 With Nick Kwas

All the info on this tiny little synthesizer      12/09/19

Buying Choices

The Korg NTS-1 is an easy to build DIY monophonic digital synthesizer released earlier this year. The NTS-1 is also  completely compatible with the logue-SDK*, so it is possible to run any custom oscillator and effect content available for minilogue xd and prologue, or, create your own. 

Nick Kwas was on hand to talk us through the mini little synthesizer. 

More info at Korg
 

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