MATRIXSYNTH: Andy and Luke from KORG explore and showcase the new opsix & NAUTILUS workstation

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Andy and Luke from KORG explore and showcase the new opsix & NAUTILUS workstation


"Andy and Luke from KORG explore and showcase the opsix ALTERED SYNTHESIZER. Building on the classic 6-operator FM synthesis made famous in the 1980s, KORG have added extra algorithms (including the ability to create your own!), four new operator modes including Wavefolder and Ring Modulator and demystified FM programming with a musician friendly front panel.

With elements like 16 step sequencing with motion record, a stellar effects section and full DX patch compatibility, the opsix is a tremendously powerful instrument, equally at home in a studio or live situation."

KORG synth evangelists Luke and Andy introduce the new KORG NAUTILUS workstation

"KORG’s UK synth evangelists Luke and Andy dive a little deeper into the new KORG NAUTILUS workstation. As you will see here this is a streamlined version of KORG’s flagship industry-leading KRONOS, with new sounds to explore, from essential to experimental and cutting edge.

The front panel is reimagined with the live player in mind and all their favourite functions are still there, from Set List to Smooth Sound Transitions and 16-part COMBIs incorporating the unique nine dedicated sound engines.

The true power of a workstation is still there with full sampling capability, 32 track (16 audio, 16 MIDI) sequencing, and a powerful effects section giving producers the tools they need to refine their mix.

With all of this technology combined, the NAUTILUS is the most powerful workstation in its class."

1 comment:

  1. Does everyone from Korg look like Fred Flintstone?



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