Korg Collection For Mac


Since 2004, Korg’s Legacy Collection plugins have helped thousands of users to incorporate the unique sounds of some of Korg’s most coveted synths into their productions and performances. Korg’s proprietary CMT (Component Modeling Technology) method literally models each component of the signal chain within the original synth for unparalleled realism. Trust us, we’ve done the comparisons. Includes: Legacy Cell v1.3.0, M1 v1.7.0, MDE-X v1.3.0, MonoPoly v1.1.0, MS-20 v1.3.0, Polysix v1.3.0, WAVESTATION v1.70. Legacy Cell The Legacy Cell software synthesizer combines the sound of the Korg MS-20, Polysix and MDE-X in one dynamic performance unit.M1In 1988, the M1 created the workstation category and went on to become one of the top selling keyboards of all time, easily surpassing an amazing 100,000 units.

  1. Korg Collection For Mac
  2. Korg Collection For Mac

・KORG Collection - MS-20 Installer ・KORG Collection - Polysix Installer ・KORG Collection - Mono/Poly Installer ・KORG Collection - M1 Installer ・KORG Collection - WAVESTATION Installer ・KORG Collection - MDE-X Installer. Operating Requirements. Mac - Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite or higher (latest update) - Intel Core 2 Duo or better (Core. Product: KORG MONO/POLY SYNTH CIRCLE Power Bundle with 128 programs for KORG Mono/Poly of Korg Legacy Collection (Win/Mac) + bonus drum loops. From vintage style to contemporary Pop & Electronic music, cool wobbling synths, complex hybrid sounds, more than 32 arpeggiator programs for your musical inspiration.

The M1 software synthesizer reconstructs the M1 into an eight-part multi-timbral tone generator featuring up to 256 notes of polyphony. Topping the list of software improvements are variable filter resonance, two Insert effects per part, and two Master effects. The M1 also contains all PCM, Program, and Combination data found in the original M1 and M1EX PCM expansion sets, all 19 optional ROM cards, plus the full sound set of the acclaimed T Series. Plus there are plenty of new sounds – including some slammin’ drums. That’s over 3,000 sounds total!. 256-note polyphony (Maximum).


8 Part. 3,100 presets sounds; 400 user locations. 950 PCM Waveforms.

34 Types of on-board effects MDE-X This multi-effect plug-in provides 19 seriously high-quality effects derived from Korg’s digital recorders, workstations & synthesizers, and stand-alone effects. As such, they are the perfect complement to any of the Korg Legacy Collection synthesizers, and a welcome addition to any computer music rig. Equipped with 128 programs, the MDE-X Effects Suite provides a full arsenal of sonic treatments and toys, ready to satisfy all of your recording, mixing and sound design needs – even live performance!. Sampling Frequency up to 192 kHz. 19 Effect Types. 128 Programs. Dynamic Modulation Mono/Poly The Mono/Poly was a monophonic behemoth with polyphonic capabilities that many musicians acclaimed as the best analog synthesizer Korg ever made.

And we’ve improved its functionality in software by adding eight powerful virtual patches for near infinite modulation routing, two integrated multi-effects, 16-voice unison and up to 128 voices. The Mono/Poly offers four full banks of rich, fat sounds, covering everything from deep basses to soaring leads; fine arpeggiator patterns to riveting soundscapes. And you’ll never get lost looking for sounds, using the Mono/Poly’s simple category select feature. 128-note polyphony (Maximum).

1 Part. 256 Programs with Program Browser and audition function. Advanced Unison mode; up to 16 stackable voices, Detune, and Spread. 8 Virtual Modulation routings; 159 Sources, 35 Destinations. Two multi-effect processors MS-20 This semi-modular monophonic synthesizer has enjoyed unbroken popularity for its thick and solid sound, aggressive filters and inexhaustible patching possibilities. The software MS-20 adds 32-voice polyphony, up to 16-voice unison (with detune/spread) and flexible modulation settings, plus the ability to sync with external gear via MIDI. Call up or create anything from super silky bass lines to incredibly organic, ever-changing leads.

Also enjoy the MS-20FX plug-in. This unique plug-in lets you run any external audio source – vocals, guitars, even other synths – through the coveted MS-20 oscillators. The full patch bay remains available as well, lending unique modulations to your audio. The only limit is your imagination!.

Korg Collection For Mac


32-note polyphony (Maximum). 1 Part.

32 Programs. Advanced Unison mode; up to 16 stackable voices, Detune, and Spread.

Dual external modulation routings. MIDI clock sync. MS-20FX module allows processing external audio through the MS-20 filters Polysix The Polysix synthesizer provided a surprisingly full sounding voice structure and powerful performance functions. Combined with the super-smooth internal Chorus/Ensemble effect, it quickly became a worldwide hit. The Polysix software recreation gives you all the power of the original hardware and then adds more polyphony, an advanced unison mode and modulation enhancements, readying this classic for modern music production.

Conjure sweeping pads and evolving soundscapes, tremendous unison leads and basses, in the pocket arps and beyond. 32-note polyphony (Maximum). 1 Part.

32 Programs. Advanced Unison mode; up to 16 stackable voices, Detune, and Spread. Dual external modulation routings. MIDI clock sync WAVESTATION In 1990, the WAVESTATION introduced the world to both Advanced Vector Synthesis and Wave Sequencing, winning numerous awards and legions of fans.

The software addition of a graphic interface and the possibilities of MIDI sync have breathed new life into the WAVESTATION. The addition of resonant filters is another triumph for the fans of this unique instrument.

Korg Collection For Mac

In addition to the entire series’ RAM and ROM banks, the WAVESTATION adds all the data contained in the six long-sought-after ROM cards for a total of over 1,450 sounds!. 256-note polyphony (Maximum). 1 Part. Over1,400 Preset sounds. 700 PCM Waveforms.

55 Types of on-board effects.

ARP Odyssey: the legendary analog synthesizer released by ARP Instruments in 1972. The ARP ODYSSEY which Korg brought back in 2015 was designed with the advisory assistance of ARP Instruments cofounder David Friend.

In that model, Korg was able to nail the sound of the original ARP Odyssey. Rather than using generic modeling techniques that simulate output sound, KORG digitized the transistor, condenser, and resistor used in the hardware model. We used those digitized components to reconstruct the same circuits as the hardware. With this method, KORG has completely reproduced the complex sound and parameter characteristics which are born from the entirety of the ARP ODYSSEY’s circuits. The software includes the 3 different filters originating from the different dates of production and the drive circuitry which were features of the hardware ARP ODYSSEY brought back by KORG. It has also been newly equipped with the long-awaited Voice Assign Mode which makes chord playing possible, an arpeggiator which can be minutely programmed as with a sequencer, and an effects unit which can bring variegated transformations to your sound. Also, you can switch between the three designs of ARP Odyssey which are different based on the date of production.

Korg Collection For Mac

In addition to the Rev3’s iconic black panel with orange silk-screening, you can get the Rev1’s white panel and the Rev2’s black panel with gold silk-screening. The four-VCO monophonic/polyphonic synthesizer that went on sale in 1981 and was considered the culmination of Korg’s experience building analog synthesizers: Mono/Poly. All of the Mono/Poly’s multi-colored features have been completely reproduced: its programming structure featuring four VCOs, each providing adjustable pitch, waveform, octave, and level, together with one VCF, one VCA, two EGs, and two MGs; advanced Chord Memory and Arpeggiator functions; and the Synchro and Cross Modulation functions which can create revolutionary tonal effects. The first workstation synthesizer, released in 1988, which defined the sound of the late ’80s and early ’90s: M1. Along with its innovative 'workstation' concept, the M1's 'AI' (Advanced Integrated) synthesis system used PCM waveforms and digital effects to deliver fully complete program and combination sounds.

As a pioneer of PCM tone generation, it was notable not just for the reality of its sound, but also for the distinctive resonance and tonal character that demonstrated the high level of Korg's voicing technology. Numerous sounds available only from the M1, most notable the famous “M1 Piano” sound, were taken up by musicians and producers around the world, and are still in use today. The software features filter resonance, VDA modulation, and master effects that have been powered up to a total of 18 systems. It provides all of the PCM, Program, and Combination data found in the original M1 and the M1EX internal PCM expansion, plus the PCM data and Program/Combination data from all nineteen optional ROM cards.What’s more, in addition to all 19 types of the PCM ROM cards for the M1, the sound of the M1EX which was released as an expansion of the M1’s built-in PCM, as well as the sounds of the T-series, which advanced the M1.

It is equipped with extensive sounds, including 33,000 preset sounds and 34 cards. The WAVESTATION synthesizer appeared in 1990 with its new 'advanced vector synthesis system' which produced a new sound by combining and shifting between multiple complex waveforms. The user could operate a joystick to 'mix' or 'morph' between four oscillators, or create a wave sequence by placing waveforms in a specific order to create rhythmic or melodic sequence patterns. In addition to these and other unique revolutionary features, the sound section has equipped all of WAVESTATION’s PCM, and the parameters of the delicate parts have been fully reproduced in the software by analyzing the circuit map of the original design.

For Current Users of KORG Legacy Collection: Announcement of Server Migration Accompanying Partial Termination of Service We will soon be migrating our server to KORG ID and KORG Shop along with the partial termination of service of KORG USER NET. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience to KORG Legacy Collection users. We request that you follow the instructions on the page below to complete the migration procedures. Using the coupon code which will be issued, you will be able to switch from the KORG Legacy Collection series to KORG Collection free of charge.

This entry was posted on 26.09.2019.