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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Feb 17 > KORG Monologue

KORG Monologue

Korg surprised us with the release of the polyphonic Minilogue, but now the Mini has a Mono brother, and it’s even more pint-sized and colourful! Dave Gale powers one up to see how life in mono compares…
A veritable rainbow of Monologues! Available in five very striking but tasteful colours, the design shines out

Choice 9/10


Manufacturer Korg

Price £299

Contact 01908 304600


Key Features

Single-voice monophonic analogue synthesiser

Subtractive synthesis architecture

Two-octave ‘slim’ keyboard with velocity

Can be powered by batteries as well as DC power

Multi-function 16-step sequencer

Easily sync’d with other devices

Available in five different colours

It only seems like a couple of months ago that I was sat at my desk, salivating over the wondrous Korg Minilogue – the surprise card from Korg that gave us a polysynth for under £500. I found myself being rather drawn in by it on a number of levels, not least of all because of its superb design and thunderous sonic capabilities. Now I’m not superstitious, but as I typed away at my keyboard, the one annoying thing that kept happening was my spell checker would continually auto-correct ‘Minilogue’ to ‘Monologue’. It was almost as though somebody was trying to tell us something, or maybe it’s just that Monologue was almost a ‘given’ for the name of a monosynth from Korg, and that’s what they have now presented us with. But unlike the Mini, the Mono is available in a choice of colours, namely black, blue, red, silver or gold. Is this a possible nod to another, now-legendary monosynth that was available in grey, blue and red?

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