When Korg introduced the Minilogue in 2016 it was a game-changer. It’s a true analog polyphonic synth for around $500, and frankly, there isn’t much else like it on the market. And even three years later it’s still one of the best values out there in analog synthesizers.
But the market is moving fast, and Korg isn’t about to let the competition lap it. So it’s introducing the four-voice Minilogue XD, which takes the best parts of the entire ‘logue lineup — Microtunings and the sequencer from the Monologue, the MULTIdigital Oscillator from the flagship Prologue — and combines them in one stunningly affordable package.
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