An ARP 2600 In A More Convenient Size

US Korg announces the ARP 2600 M, a new version at around 60% the original size      18/01/21

Korg tells us that their new ARP 2600 M delivers the sound admired around the world in a more compact and portable format and includes added features that make it the ideal incarnation of the historic synth.

A spokesperson said, "The ARP 2600 is arguably the most iconic and recognizable synthesizer of all time. Having been used in countless records, film scores, TV shows and game soundtracks since its appearance from the 70's through to today, the ARP 2600's sound remains an essential part of the music world. When the ARP 2600 FS was announced in January 2020, it quickly became a phenomenal success with musicians all over the world recognizing the faithfulness to the original ARP 2600. The ARP 2600 M is around 60% the original size, making it lighter, more portable and easier to place and use in a studio. It integrates the same analog circuitry and components as the ARP 2600 FS, thus faithfully reproducing the characteristic ARP sound."

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