BLOG: How we use the Korg Minilogue for Sound Design

The Korg Minilogue is a two VCO per-voice, four-voice, polyphonic analog synthesizer from Korg, designed by Korg engineer and synthesizer designer Tatsuya Takahashi.

Using the Minilogue

We recently picked up the Korg Minilogue and thought we would make a video demonstrating how we use it for sound design in our audio post production workflow. We have been using the minilogue for a little over a month now and have found it to be a very versatile tool. From creating custom sound effects for a video game to the bone chilling ambience of a horror film, there are many creative options with this synth. Our favourites are the unison voice mode, ring modulation and audio rate LFO. If you enjoyed this article please check out our ultimate guide to audio post- production:

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