Korg Opsix Gets An Update

2.0.0 firmware adds 100 new programs, effect operators and more      23/10/21

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Korg have updated their opsix to version 2.0.0 firmware - with 100 new programs to show off what it can do, as well as updates to the original 250. In the video, Luke Edwards goes over the features, with some fantastic sounds on show (I personally love the "snowball" sound he plays). Some of the additions in detail:

Effect Operator

opsix v2 introduces a brand new operator mode: EFFECT. This allows you to feed the oscillator and input signals into one of 10 different effects, including delay, comb filter, and distortion. More details can be seen in the Parameter Guide ("Operators:Mode" > "When Mode is set to Effect") in the user manual. Peaking EQ, Shelving EQ, Phaser, Short Delay, Comb Filter, Distortion, Drive, Decimator, Waveshaper, Punch

Other enhancements:

- Noise Pink and Noise Blue have been added to the list of available oscillator waveforms.
- Aftertouch is now selectable as a control source for LFOs, EGs, and the Virtual Patch.(*1)
- Aftertouch can now be recorded and played back via the motion sequencer.(*1)
- Midi clock sync is now even more accurate.


They've added some new demo sounds on their Soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/korg/sets/opsix-v20-sound-demo

opsix owners can download the update here: https://www.korg.com/uk/products/synthesizers/opsix/v2.php


About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.

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