MATRIXSYNTH: What to expect from KORG's new lab in Berlin

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

What to expect from KORG's new lab in Berlin

Published on Feb 25, 2020 FACTmagazine

"Tatsuya Takahashi has helped to create some of the best selling synths of the past decade, including KORG’s Volca line, Monotron and Aphex Twin-approved Monologue. This year, he’s embarking on his biggest challenge yet: heading up a Berlin-based subsidiary of KORG alongside E-RM founder Maximilian Rest.

FACT met up with Takahashi and Rest to find out more about KORG Germany and what we can expect from their new instrument lab, what the office might include and what kind of people they’re looking to hire.

To find out more about KORG Germany and to apply for a role at the company, visit"

1 comment:

  1. Looks as if they have him designing the building, too. I hope he's getting double pay. Wait... are wires like highways? Are signals like motorcycles? Airplanes? OH MY GOD, WE'RE ON THE GRID!



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