Two Bonus Programs (2014.12.11)
(1) KApro’s KingKORG Private Collection Best of the 1980’s Library
1980’s is undoubtedly recognized as the golden age for the synthesizers with many of the then current synthesizers defining the sound and character of music from that era. Even today many of these classic sounds are still popular and bring back great memories for those who grew up in the 1980‘s. With its virtual analog sound modelling capabilities and multi-filter emulations, the KingKORG synthesizer faithfully and accurately reproduces many of those of those iconic sounds from the 1980’s. KORG and KApro have joined forces to provide a new sound library, comprising of 100 new programs for the KingKORG synthesizer that are solely devoted to the famous sounds of the 1980’s, including many Analog synthesizer sounds.
We hope you have as much fun playing these sounds as we have creating them. KApro’s KingKORG Private Collection Best of the 1980’s, a MUST HAVE for all KingKORG users.
*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.