Kross 2

  • Korgs I’ve Owned Part 5 — Kross 2

    Today, I continue the story of my affair with Korg keyboards with the Kross 2. There have been two of these: the 88-key version I bought first (and wrote about several times between January and June of 2018) and the 61-key version that I quietly acquired a few months later. I traded the 88-key version on my new Kronos 2 back in November, but have retained the 61-key version for use in my “Creation Station,” where it will be used as a master controller, sequencer, and recorder/sampler. I’ll talk about the Kronos 2 in my next installment, so let’s get

  • Keyboard Shake Up

    I did a thing. On “small-business Saturday” this year, I paid a visit to my favorite local music store: Coffey Music here in Westminster. I’d become intrigued by a new keyboard — Korg’s upcoming Nautilus. The Nautilus is, essentially, Korg’s flagship Kronos 2 minus a feature here and there. Some of the deleted features are minor, and others less so. Korg Kronos 2 61 For all the details, you can read about the Nautilus and the Kronos at Korg’s web site. The Reader’s Digest version is that Kronos has

  • The Korg Is In The Room…

    Maker:L,Date:2017-8-29,Ver:5,Lens:Kan03,Act:Kan02,E-Y Friday night after work (and after picking up one of the cars from the shop), I went over to Coffey Music and picked up a Korg Kross 2 88. (Yes, I’ve been holding back on you. You’ll just have to get over it). Goodness, gracious, there’s a lot going on in there! As you can see, it’s taken its rightful spot on the stand. I’m trying now to decide just what I’m going to do with the Casio. The sad thing is that it still plays just fine through its internal speakers, but

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