Korg soon to debut new “mind blowing” poly synth

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  1. ksandvik

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    I gave up on analog synths 10+ years ago. Reaktor, Max for Live and other new synth models are more fun, at least for me, but I don't dwell in nostalgia.
     
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  2. Black Coffee

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    I agree that we shouldn’t dwell in nostalgia too much, and that most newer analog/virtual analog synths have one foot set in the past. However, I still feel that newer technology can expand the inherent richness of analog synths into (hopefully) surprising new sounds...
     
  3. ksandvik

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    Yes, I do agree, there's nothing wrong with digital/analog hybrids. Even pure analog synths have digital circuits to keep the oscillators in tune...
     
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    I hope this means there will be some good deals on used Minilogues next year.
     
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    I'd just be happy with an 8 voice MiniLogue. 4 voices makes it hard for me to use in my context.
     
  6. Devnor

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    There is nothing "mind blowing" about another modern analog poly synth.
     
  7. GovernorSilver

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    A poor man's version of Deckard's Dream made by Korg, with both USB and MIDI DIN connectivity, MPE support, would def. blow my mind.

    http://www.deckardsdream.com/
     

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