Korg Kingkorg Synthesizer

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Korg Kingkorg Synthesizer

*These bonus 100 programs will be loaded onto User memory area “201- 300” and the factory data will be loaded onto “001-200”. Before loading the data set (.kklib), please ensure you have backed up the data in your KingKORG as this will be overwritten with the new programs. (2) KingKORG Analog ICONS Analog ICONS is a collection of sounds created by KORG UK's artists and their own “in-house” programmers. The data set comprises of a rich palette of sounds across many music genres, including recreations of signature sounds from classic songs spanning across the last few decades. Also included are recreations of iconic analog synths from the past, along with stunning sound effects, carefully crafted and ready for use in your own music productions. *These bonus 71 programs will be loaded onto User memory area “201- 271”. The factory data will be loaded onto “001-200” and the blank data will be loaded onto “272-300”.

Before loading the data set (.kklib), please ensure you have backed up the data in your KingKORG as this will be overwritten with the new programs.

In addition to its unbalanced quarter-inch audio outputs and its CV & Gate output, the KK offers three inputs: the balanced XLR microphone input for the vocoder, plus control inputs for a damper pedal and an assignable switch/expression pedal. MIDI In and Out are provided on five-pin DIN sockets as well as via USB. MIDI can be received from both ports simultaneously, with later messages taking priority. The final hole is the socket for the 12VDC wall wart.

Interestingly, Korg have given the KK a momentary button that you have to hold down for a couple of seconds to switch it on or off. Once I had got used to this, I realised that this is rather clever, because it should stop people from switching it off by accident. Happily, the 3.5mm stereo headphone socket is at the front of the synth to the left of the bottom 'C', which is a much more sensible position than on the rear.

The KK offers a CV & Gate output and supports multiple electrical standards (V/Oct, Hz/V, Gate, S-Trig and so on) so that it can control a wide range of analogue equipment. Unfortunately, rather than a conventional set of pitch CV, trigger and gate outputs, a single four-core (TRRS) socket is provided, and it's unlikely that you will have a cable to use this unless the destination is a Korg Monotribe (for which the cable is supplied with the KK itself). Lacking suitable converters, it took me an hour with a multimeter and a soldering iron to hook the KK up to my SH101, and there were times when someone in Cambridgeshire might have witnessed the first unassisted flight and unhappy landing of a 'king Korg. Nevertheless, I got things working, whereupon the two synths played perfectly in tune with one another. I then checked whether the KK would perform as a MIDI/CV converter. It doesn't; the CV & Gate signals seem only to be generated only when you play its keyboard.