Rake in the Rebates with Korg

October 3, 2012
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Melville, NY, October 1, 2012 - Korg USA announces "Rake in the Rebates," a fall rebate promotion on all models of the popular Kronos Music Workstation (excluding Kronos X), Wavedrum Mini Portable Percussion Synthesizer, Kaoss Pad Quad Dynamic Effects Processor, and Monotribe Analog Ribbon Station. The rebate period runs from October 1st 2012, through December 31st 2012, and applies to new products purchased by U.S. residents from an authorized Korg dealer in the USA. Full details and a downloadable rebate coupon can be found at: korg.com/Promotions.

Rebates are available on the following products:
  • Kronos Music Workstation (excludes Kronos X) - $200 rebate
  • Wavedrum Mini Portable Percussion Synthesizer - $75 rebate
  • Kaoss Pad Quad Dynamic Effects Processor - $50 rebate
  • Monotribe Analog Ribbon Station - Buy Monotribe, Get Monotron Free

Kronos
KRONOS unites nine individual synthesis engines in a single instrument, each providing the finest sound creation techniques available. As a workstation, it offers 16 MIDI tracks, 16 audio tracks, Open Sampling System, KARMA technology, Drum Tracks, 16 effect processors, plus much more. Performance features include Smooth Sound Transitions and the powerful Set List mode. Now comes with OS V2.0, which expands Kronos' capabilities.


Wavedrum Mini
For on-the-go musicians, Wavedrum Mini offers a built-in speaker, battery-powered portability, and a revolutionary sensor clip that transforms nearly any object into an instrument. Using legendary Wavedrum technology, the Wavedrum Mini delivers 100 sounds, 10 audio effects, 100 rhythm patterns, plus an overdubbing loop recorder.


Kaoss Pad Quad
Musicians can create their own combination of Kaoss effects, and simultaneously control up to four effects by tapping, sliding, or moving a finger across the X-Y touchpad. Audio looping, DJ Vinyl effects, a Freeze feature, and more, make the Kaoss Pad Quad ideal for any performer.


Monotribe
In addition to true analog synthesis, Monotribe brings together intuitive ease of use and a three-part discrete analog rhythm section, plus the appeal of Korg's Electribe-style pattern sequencing. Complete with built-in speakers and battery power, Monotribe is self-contained and highly portable.

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