KORG Monologue Firmware 2.0 Brings Active Step Programming, New Microtuning Presets & More

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Good news coming from Japan. KORG has today released a major update for the monologue analog Synthesizer. The monologue firmware 2.0 update features a new active step functionality with which you can program the active step of the current sequence. A great addition to the sequencer.

Also, new micro-tuning presets from the minilogue XD has been added, a new slider range parameter and more. It’s nice to see that a company still maintain its product after a few years on the market. Check out here my monologue review

KORG Monologue Firmware 2.0

New In KORG monologue Firmware 2.0

  • support for active step feature
  • new microtuning presets DC001-DC003 (as on minilogue xd)
  • display original value
  • the new slider range parameter
  • added option to turn off oscilloscope display
  • increased granularity of MIDI filter setting
  • support for MIDI set position messages
  • fixed occasional inversion of swing pattern when changing programs
  • fixed other minor bugs

New In monologue Sound Librarian V1.1.0

  • new micro-tuning presets DC001-DC003 (as on Minilogue XD)
  • support for Japanese
  • small aesthetic improvements
  • various other small bug fixes

KORG monologue Firmware 2.0 and Sound Librarian V1.1.0 are now available on the KORG website as a free download.

More information here: KORG

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