Jan 24

Korg KEYTAR RK-100S – Namm 2014


You may just remember the original RK-100 from 1984 and nearly thirty years later, the RK has been resurrected by Korg. However, they have significantly improved the look with beautiful curved wooden surfaces in three colours (red, black and white) and made it less heavy with a 37 note slim keyboard. It also has a built-in analog modeling sound generator.

With two ribbon controllers, an arpeggiator, and a vocoder, and favorite” buttons this looks great fun. The long ribbon controller can be used instead of the keyboard to play a freely specified range of pitches and scales, and can also be used to control the pitch or filter in dramatic ways. The RK-100S will ship in June priced at £695.

Carry on reading to see the Youtube clip

korg-keytar- rk-100S-namm 2014

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