The new KORG M50

Korg unveils the M50, a new workstation declined in 3 models : the M50-61, M50-73 and M50-88 with 61, 73 and 88 key respectively.

Features :

– Same “EDS” (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) tone generator found on the M3
– 256 MB of PCM data, provides 608 programs and 384 combinations featuring Korg’s voicing expertise.
– The 61-key M50-61 and 73-key M50-73 use a new semi-weighted Natural Touch keyboard, while the 88 key M50-88 features the top-of-the-line Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 (RH3) graded action keyboard,
– The Drum Track gives you 671 patterns to stimulate and support your realtime performance and song production.
– The Polyphonic Arpeggiator delivers from simple phrases up to complex rhythmic gestures, and lets you use two patterns simultaneously in Combination mode or Sequencer mode to create complete ensemble backing.
– The highly intuitive sequencer provides 16 MIDI + 1 master tracks with all the tools needed to capture and easily shape your musical ideas into polished productions.
– The large TouchView graphical user interface makes it easy to select sounds, adjust parameters and create your music easily.
– An SD card slot provides easy and affordable management of your sounds and songs.
– Included M50 Editor and M50 Plug-In Editor software lets you edit the sounds using your computer, and allows you to use the M50 as a plug-in instrument in your favorite DAW software (VST, Audio Units, and RTAS are supported).
– The M50-61 features a stylishly retro light-weight and compact design, and the M50-88 is the lightest weight 88-key keyboard Korg has ever made.

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~ by steelberryclones on September 13, 2008.

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