Korg has announce a new analog synthesizer, the Monologue, which features presets designed by Aphex Twin.
According to Fact magazine, the Monologue features a built-in step sequencer that allows users to record up to four knob movements for creating “motion sequences.”
The synth also supports microtuning, allowing users to create their own tuning outside of standard scales. Korg have employed Aphex Twin as advisor.
The new synth can also be powered by six AA batteries and according to Engadget, the Monologue costs just $300 when it is released in January 2017.
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