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KORG Synthesizers

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Korg has always had a real penchant for technology, which is what lets them stay ahead of the curve when it comes to building high-end synthesizers. These versatile electronic instruments are designed to provide the ideal balance of playability and power, and when you use a Korg synthesizer yourself, you'll know that they've pulled it off. Like any instrument, each model has its own individual personality that can really come through in the music you make with it. In fact, synths are essentially the heart of Korg's legacy. The company was founded in the 1960s with the goal of improving on the rhythm machines of the era. What followed was a resounding success, as Korg created synthesizers that stood head and shoulders above the competition to set the standard for years afterward. Since then, Korg has developed their fair share of other electronic instruments, but it's the synths that keep musicians coming back for more. If you're a professional musician looking for the most powerful and versatile synth you can get your hands on, look no further than the KingKorg. This 61-key analog modeling synthesizer definitely lives up to its name, packed with three oscillators and hundreds of programs to offer an incredible range of sounds. Alternatively, if you like the idea of the King but studio space is tight, turn to the MicroKorg instead - its smaller size makes it easier to fit into compact studio layouts. It doesn't matter if you're a seasoned professional or a weekend hobbyist: anyone who makes music with a synth should definitely be taking a look at Korg synthesizers. Half a century ago, they stepped up to the plate and knocked it out of the park, revolutionizing the synth as we knew it. Today, you can still count on Korg to deliver world-class equipment ready to be put through its paces by even the most demanding musicians.