Korg kross 61 keyboard workstation - Polokwane

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Item details

City: Polokwane, Limpopo
Offer type: Sell
Price: R 7,700

Contacts

Contact name lisa
Phone 0732327017

Item description

A new entry-level workstation keyboard and more powerful replacement for the X50, the KROSS 61 features a sound engine derived from Krome, a 16-track sequencer with Electribe-style editing, two-channel audio recording with unlimited overdub, seven simultaneous effects, and AA battery or AC adapter operation.

With the KROSS, the sounds and songs that you've created at home and the system that you use every day can go with you onto the stage or into the street! Featuring rich sounds that exceed its class, yet remaining highly portable, the KROSS is designed for practical usability. There's a convenient mic input and a built-in audio recorder, and it can run on 6 x AA batteries. It's a distinctive new standard in music workstations, with specs and style that set it apart from all others.

Features

Stylish and distinctive red and black two-tone color design
The lightweight body is only 4.3 kg/9.5 lbs
Can be powered by 6x AA batteries
Piano, electric piano, and drum sounds that exceed its class
A wide variety of sounds that utilize twice as much PCM memory as previous instruments, and meet the needs of a broad range of musical styles
Sound Selector makes it easy to find the sound you're looking for
Favorites function lets you register 64 selected sounds or audio songs for one-touch access - a great feature for live performances
Pro-quality EDS-i sound engine built-in, with a total of seven effects available for simultaneous use
External input jacks allow a mic or external audio source to be directly connected.
Quick Layer/Split function for on-the-fly versatility
Stereo audio recorder allows you to record and overdub your performances and vocals
Step sequencer inherited from the Electribe, a 16-track MIDI sequencer, a drum track, and an arpeggiator
Connects to your computer via USB for plug-in integration with your favorite DAW
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