blackdiscoball wrote:I didn't really ready over all of it so I may have missed it but was there a price or release day yet?
bouzoukijoe1 wrote:this is cool. seems to sort of follow the Moogerfooger pattern of a-la carte units. I'm surprised though that they didn't design them to be more physically joinable or dare I say modular. at least Moogerfoogers are flat on the sides so you can line them up tight. these look curved on the sides. still pretty cool though.
Hugo76 wrote:Yes, this is quite cool, but why not just throw in the delay in the two osc version, instead of giving us two boxes? Kudos to Korg, but I won't be buying these until they offer a bit more tweakwise. They're just too basic at the moment.
lazerface wrote:I'll probably buy the delay one,
for live use, i find it useful to have a lil noise maker of somekind for a bit of atmosphere - either in the background or to carry the flow while im changing settings on something else. couldnt really use the original one - take your finger off and it stops making noise (i'd hardly want to devote a full reverb/delay pedal to it), this one i'll be able to leave feedbacking for a lil bit!
lazerface wrote:So...THIS IS MY BET! Jan 2013, Korg releases the MonoKorg Duo - a 2 osc mono synth with inbuilt delay, cross mod, ribbon controllers (instead of mod wheels) and a couple of LFOs - putting it in competition with the Mopho and Little Phatty (and to a lesser extent doepfer dark energy, vermona lancet etc)
Stab Frenzy wrote:
Have you got an iphone? Bebot does the same thing (with user selectable scales) and is $59 cheaper.
Nannerfan wrote:Stabby, any updates on if you can mod the Monotribe so that you can turn off the oscillator and use it as a proper rhythmic external filter??
Stab Frenzy wrote:I think an expanded Monotribe is more likely before they branch out into a keyboard though.
An aside: I'd like it if they smoothed out the envelope in the Monotribe so it doesn't click on bass notes, that's the only real flaw with it. The envelopes are software so there isn't any reason they couldn't do that...
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