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Korg Minilogue Thread
« on: February 16, 2016, 04:48:50 am »
Hey everyone!

I've typically done all of my production using soft synths and have had the "why bother" attitude towards analogue gear. That being said, I'm very seriously eyeing the Korg Minilogue as an affordable/fun way to tactically interact with a synthesizer.

Do you guys have any initial thoughts? Pros, cons? If any users have one, it would be great to hear from them as well!


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Re: Korg Minilogue Thread
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2016, 04:48:37 am »
Having a hardware synth tends to encourage different ways of working (recording in live, etc) and it is a lot of fun. The price is amazing on the Minilogue.  I don't think I'll bother with getting it though, because even though its polyphonic, it's not stereo. (Which is common for an analog synth.) So no stereo spread trickery, that's all up to you to do on your own. I'll stick with u-He Diva for classic analog polysynth stuff because it can do nice wide pads, you can load up several instances, and sounds very analog.