New Korg Oscilloscope with Patch and Tweak Book for modular synth
KORG, in collaboration with noted publisher Bjooks, (“Push Turn Move”, “Patch & Tweak” series…), is proud to present a fascinating KORG and ARP synth exploration experience in the form of this special, limited edition Bundle.
This bundle combines the NTS-2, a powerful new tool optimized for a variety of studio tasks, and the “PATCH & TWEAK with KORG” book, a comprehensive look at semi-modular synthesis through the lens of KORG and ARP’s iconic synthesizers. Along with a multitude of artist interviews, patch tips, tutorials, historical explorations, and more, this book will teach you how to put the NTS-2’s power to work in your studio as a companion to your synthesizers and audio gear.
Synth beginners and seasoned musicians alike will find the journey not just educational, but also inspirational and full of new discoveries.
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