Even after the start, the KORG Monologue is still a popular budget mono Synthesizer. But there are many musicians who have too many keyboards in the studio and prefer desktop version. Since there is unfortunately no KORG Monologue Synthesizer as a desktop variant, the musician Haydn Hamilton decided to transform a Monologue from the factory in a desktop version without keys. He published today on Facebook the finished devices and the result can be shown.
Front-side of DIY KORG Monologue Desktop Synthesizer
Back-side of DIY KORG Monologue Desktop Synthesizer
For more informations about this modification, please check the FB page: Instrument Stands
Features of the KORG Monologue
- Analog synthesizer with all-new synthesis structure optimized for amazing monophonic sounds and sequences.
- Fully programmable, with 100 program memories (80 presets included).
- 16-step sequencer with extensive motion sequence technology to make your sound move.
- Microtuning lets you freely create scales and alternate tonalities.
- Oscilloscope function helps visualize the waveform in real time.
- Battery-powered for portability.
- Rugged and stylish with aluminum top panel, chassis-mounted pots, rubber-coated knobs, and real wood back panel.
- MIDI, USB MIDI, and Audio Sync for all types of in-studio and live connectivity, including direct sync with minilogue, SQ1, volca, electribe, and more.
- Five color variations that will shine on stage or in the studio.
A sound demo is available here
Available here: KORG Monologue