Today Korg announced a new addition to their range of synthesisers.

The latest of which is the new microKORG S, which the company has said is a result of the synthesisers that Korg have previously unveiled, making it quite the cool upgrade.

With a serious sound, ubiquitous design, and superior build quality, the microKORG analog modeling synthesizer became an instant world standard when it was released in 2002. Since then, the microKORG has found its way into the hands of musicians far and wide, and now, receives an update to ensure it will remain one of the world’s most beloved synthesizers for years to come.

Its body sports an elegant white motif, and features new presets that represent the sounds of a new generation. Beneath the microKORG S’s sophisticated exterior hides a sound engine both brutal in strength and universal in application.

It comes equipped with its own integrated 2+1 speaker system, 256 programs, flanger/ chorus, phaser, and ensemble effects, a 1/4-inch phone jack audio in and a 1/4-inch stereo phone jack output.

Check it out in the video below for a quick look.

You can also find out more at the source link below.

Source: Korg

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