Korg introduced their new 61-key X50 synthesizer at the NAMM 2006 show.
It delivers high-quality sounds, a user friendly interface and computer connectivity, all in a streamlined package designed for performing and computer-based musicians.
It features the Hyper Integrated (HI) synthesis as found on TRITON and TR series synths.
It has 64MB of PCM ROM, and includes a stereo-sampled, velocity-switched acoustic piano, strings, guitar, and synth sounds.
The X50 has dual polyphonic arpeggiators that come with 5 basic preset patterns plus 251 patterns that cover everything from simple riffs to complex polyphonic phrases and drum grooves.
The X50 has a built-in USB interface for connection to a computer.
Unusual for its class, it also features separate audio outputs.
- Visit the official Korg website for product details, images and audio demos