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As long as they've been in business, Korg has been widely respected as a benchmark in musical technology. They're devoted to innovating without losing sight of their standard for quality, which has led them to build some truly amazing equipment over the years. Keyboards and MIDI are the bread and butter of the Korg lineup, which makes them a huge presence not only in live performance, but also in studio work, DJing and all facets of electronic music production.
Korg's debut was an original rhythm machine built by Tsutomu Katoh and Tadashi Osanai in Japan in the 1960s. That rhythm machine was meant to re-invent music production as we knew it, and that's exactly what it did. Its descendants can be found in this selection, with top performers like the Korg Volca Beats Analog Drum Machine and Volca Bass Analog Bass Machine. With these in your studio, you'll have what you need to create mind-blowing rhythms.
Probably the most popular device in the Korg lineup is the MicroKORG Synthesizer and Vocoder. It's small enough for you to take along and set up wherever your muse takes you, but don't let that compact size fool you: it packs one heck of a sonic punch. It's also surprisingly easy to use, with a straightforward control panel that makes its analog modelling and multiband vocoding features easily accessible.
If you're looking for a more traditional keyboard, Korg has plenty to offer. Take the LP-380 Lifestyle Digital Piano, for instance. It's got a stunning design that looks right at home in any modern setting, and its high-output amp section gives it all kinds of power and volume. Consider on top of that its versatile library of sounds, and it's like having a grand piano with more options that takes up a fraction of the space. Who could ask for more than that?
Whatever type of keyboard you're looking for, from MIDI controllers to synthesizers to high-end digital pianos, Korg has you covered. The reputation they've built up over the years is definitely well-deserved - all you have to do is hear any of these Korg keyboards in action to learn that first-hand.