You will have seen our previous blog on the Korg Volca Range and how they've made three exciting additions to their range of mini-synths - the Volca Beats, Volca Keys and Volca Bass. Whilst out in Frankfurt for Musikmesse, we filmed this live performance of all three instruments working together. Don't forget if you already own a Korg Monotribe you can link it together with the new synths via the SYNC jack input.
Announced at this years Musikmesse is the brand new affordable workstation keyboard, the Korg Kross.
Korg have been successful in their previous workstation keyboards, making technology from the Kronos more affordable in the Krome, which is still jam-packed with meticulously multi-sampled instrument sounds. Korg have made the oppourtunity of getting a fully fledged workstation EVEN MORE affordable with the Kross which even has an on-board sequencer and EDS-i sound engine which you would not usually see at that price point. The 61 key model is £599 with the 88 key model only costing £849. With the brand new workstations being ultra-light weight and battery operated, this makes the Kross one of the most mobile workstation keyboards available today. Here's part one of their official run through of the brand new workstation: