Deal: Korg opsix FM Synthesizer has dropped 25% in price, now 559€

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Deal: The Korg opsix, an innovative 6-operator FM Synthesizer that goes beyond classic FM has dropped 25% in price, now 559€

The opsix is a fascinating next-generation FM Synthesizer. Yes, that’s because Korg built an FM synth that is accessible, easy-to-use, and goes beyond the classic DX7 possibilities. The 6 operator modes, different waveforms, filters… make sounds possible that you can’t find in any other modern FM synth: virtual analog, west-coast, and more. In my in-depth review you can check out all little details of it.

Now the actual news: the Opsix started with a price of 749€ in Europe. Now the first big price drop seems to have happened. Thomann is currently offering the opsix for 559€, which is a 25%+ discount compared to the launch price.

Korg Opsix deal

A price that pushes the synth into significantly more affordable synth fields. I don’t know how long the price will be there.

Key Features

  • six-operator FM synthesis with a wide range of waveforms, 40 algorithms and a user algorithm designer
  • easy-to-use, accessible FM synthesis interface
  • six unique operator modes that goes beyond classic frequency modulation synthesis: FM, ring mod, filter, filter fm, wave folder, and effect mode (firmware v2)
  • eleven analog-modeled filter including from the MS-20 and Polysix
  • advanced modulation: three fully-customizable envelopes, three multi-wave LFOs…
  • 30 high-quality stereo effects
  • 16-step polyphonic sequencer with parameter automation
  • ….

Full Review

Korg OPSIX Review, Next-Gen FM Synthesizer With Hands-On Control

Korg opsix is available now for 559€ (official MSRP 749€/$799 USD).

More information here: Korg 

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  1. Not so nice for early buyers. And what does this mean for the other two in this series/formfactor?
    Hope this means that a OpMpdWaveStateSix desktop version or deluxe version (with.%#&! Aftertouch) is around the corner.

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