The first synthesizer in Japan was produced by Korg in the early 1970s. Still headquartered in Tokyo today, Korg continues to accelerate the creative process by fusing analog synthesis and style on a modern workstation. Korg synthesizers and keyboard products have a tremendous array of application in the studio, on stage, and in computer audio production.
Today, Korg's popular Monologue and Minilogue - which incorporate pattern sequencing with an analog synth engine - have become mainstays in writing and performance, and the 16-voice Prologue is the top end of the analog range. Korg's full workstation line includes the Kross and Kronos – capable of driving a musical application to the fullest soundscape. Additional Korg products, including the Volca series, iOS applications, and the powerful Vox Continental reissue, allow some of the greatest development and creative potential at the fingertips of any degree of synth nerd