In 2016, KORG introduced the minilogue polyphonic analogue synthesizer, and it has been a huge hit, followed closely by the cheaper monophonic monologue. (Note: from now on, I’ll be writing Minilogue with a capital M for better readability.) The Minilogue has real analogue oscillators but many other features are controlled digitally. Since it is a modern synth, you can connect it to a computer (Mac or PC) with USB (even though traditional 5-pin MIDI connections are still available), and you can use software utilities like the KORG Minilogue Librarian to transfer patches over.
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