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Korg Kaossilator

Sticks, picks and blisters? No thanks!

Korg Kaossilator

Sticks, picks and blisters? No thanks!

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Korg Kaossilator being played

Intuative X/Y touch interface

Much as we love strumming, plucking, tinkling and drumming, we’ve never played an instrument as ludicrously addictive as the incredible Korg Kaossilator. This multi-instrumental portable synth lets everyone, from pro muso to talentless wannabe, create unbelievable music on the move by simply tapping or sliding a finger across its touch pad. Sticks, picks and blisters? No thanks!

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Korg Kaossilator
Whether you’re a seasoned musician or a bumbling boyband reject, the battery-operated Kaossilator will blow you away with its amazing samples. Even if you’ve never touched an instrument you’ll soon be recording, looping and stacking, and creating musical works as simple or as complex as you fancy!

With just a few taps you can access and tweak 100 synth or percussive sounds (guitar, bass, snare, crazy sound effects, etc), manipulate various drum sounds, play in any one of 31 scales in any key, and utilise 50 types of gate arpeggiation to perform complex rhythmic patterns.

Korg Kaossilator on the bus

Imagine a ‘Wheels on the Bus’ techno remix to accompany this picture

Yes, we realise we’re making this sound more challenging than building a cathedral out of runny custard but it’s not. In fact it’s virtually impossible to make this thing sound bad. Just imagine that DJ function you’ve got on your mobile phone, throw in an intuitive touch screen and times it by a kajillion. You'll almost feel guilty belting out such toe-tapping stuff this effortlessly. It’s truly unputdownable. And thanks to a headphone socket you can get your groove on anywhere. You might even create a future smash on the 8.15 to Euston.

Korg Kaossilator's phono out

Phono/RCA outputs

Despite its user-friendly interface, the Kaossilator is perfectly capable of holding its own in any pro scenario and can be used as a sample source (anyone for the Space Invaders stomp?) or even a live rig. Simply hook it up using the RCA outputs and blast out the jam. Or something like that.

Korg Kaossilator

Korg Kaossilator's headphones socket

Plug in your headphones

The Kaossilator is currently creating a right buzz in the music bizz. And that’s no surprise, because in a world of Doherty’s, Dannii’s and superstar DJs, making music with virtually no effort (or discernable talent) is definitely the way forward. If you can’t beat ‘em…
Korg Kaossilator

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Technical Support:
  • 01908-857130 Opening Hours 10am - 12.30pm, 2pm - 4.30pm, Mon-Fri
  • or email at support@korg.co.uk
Dimensions:
  • Approximately 10.6cm (W) x 12.9cm(D) x 2.9cm (H)
  • Weight: 154g / 5.43 oz. (without batteries)
Battery Requirements:
  • Requires 4xAA Batteries (test batteries included, but battery life may vary)
  • Battery life approximately 5 hours with alkaline batteries
  • Can also be powered with an AC adaptor (not included)
Features:
  • Pocket sized musical synthesiser
  • Easy to use. Intuative touch pad is quick to learn - no previous musical experience required
  • 100 powerful sound programs including leads, accoustic, bass, chords, effects and drums
  • 31 scale patterns let you easily play a wide variety of perfect phrases
  • 50 types of gate arpeggiation for complex rhythmic patterns
  • Loop Recording allows multiple phrase overdubbing for complete grooves
  • Output stereo audio via the built in headphone jack with volume or use the phono/RCA audio-out jacks
  • Portable. Runs on 4 AA Batteries
Full Specifications:
  • Different Sound Programs: 100
  • Musical Scale Patterns: 31
  • Key Range: +/- 12
  • Types of Gate Arpeggiator: 50
  • Stereo Playback
  • Sampling Frequency: 48kHz
  • D-A Conversion: 24-bit Linear
  • Programs: 100 including synth basses and leads, natural instruments, chorded sounds and drum sounds
  • Drum Patterns: 10
  • Musical Patterns: 31
  • Types of Gated Arpeggiators: 50
  • Key Range: ±12
  • Connectors: Stereo line out (Dual Phono/RCA), mini headphone out
  • Sampling Frequency: 48kHz
  • DA Conversion: 24-bit linear
  • Included Items: Owner's Manual, parameter sheet, four AA "test" batteries
  • AC Adapter: Optional AC adapter-ready, not included

Customer Reviews

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Can you use the headphone output to put it into a speaker or record on a computer?
Tom, Knutsford :) - 12th June 2011
What lead do u need to plug it into a computer.
Tom, Knutsford :) - 8th June 2011
Firebox says: Any Aux (R/L) cables will work as outputs Tom, then it depends on the connection to your computer.
You could record it onto audacity program and layer on more stuff. So good!
Tom Again, Knutsford :) - 7th June 2011
A few questions does it have an input so u could plug your ipod in how and what do u need to record songs on it plz reply firebox
Tom, Knutsford :) - 7th June 2011
Firebox says: Any recorder with Aux Ins will record this for you Tom, but no Inputs, so no iPod.
I like it but it's really only good with the Korg Kaoss pad.
Gregg, Hull - 21st March 2010
A bit like painting your hall through your letter box and of course no midi in or out that I can see, which is a shame. I wouldn't buy it, even as a fun thing, remember the Stylophone? It's a bit like that a 'one trick pony' compromised through lack of accessibility and expansion. Shame, a real opportunity was missed here by Korg I think.
Cal, Falkirk - 18th November 2009
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