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Korg Nautilus 73-Note Workstation

Original price was: €2,250.Current price is: €1,550.

Following decades spent refining digital, analogue, processing and hardware tech, Korg present the powerful and unprecedented Nautilus workstation. Backed up by a whopping nine engines, royale sampling, audio recordings, effects, and unparalleled processing might, Korg might have actually managed to signal a new age of synthesis. The considerately thought-out workflow makes this synth the ideal partner for any sonic experimentalist and obliterates the risk of losing that all-important connection with the instrument itself.

The Korg Nautilus: Sound-Engines
With a total of nine, very specific sound engines, the Korg Nautilus is, of course, able to shape faithful reproductions of pianos, electric pianos, organs, and plenty more. The new and improved SGX-2 engine provides a refined expressiveness to enhance every nuance of any acoustic pianos, including minute details like velocity sensitivity and twelve-step string resonance. The EP-1 engine more than convincingly reproduces seven of the most renowned electric pianos of all time; the CX-3 engine reproduces the unmistakable sound of classic tonewheel organs, and when you add the MOD-7 VPM FM synthesis, the PolysixEX, and MS-20EX analogue modellers, and the STR-1 physical modeller, you have a total, and undeniably mouth-watering package.

Sound Groups
To streamline the sound selection process, the sounds provided by the Korg Nautilus have been divided into three groups: unique sounds, modern sounds, and standard sounds. Already, Korg have cleared away any old workstation conventions, and created a much more inspiring production environment, where, in the Unique section, a stack of phrase loops can be found alongside the brilliantly irksome sound of prepared pianos and uncommon, found percussive sounds. In the Modern section, everything current can be found, including EDM, electro, chiptune, while the Standard section offers a more traditional list of instruments, like pianos, electric pianos, guitars, basses, and more.

Setlist Mode
Fully prepared for the gigging key-player, the Nautilus comes complete with a Setlist mode, where all of your carefully crafted material can be organised, placed in the right order, and primed for a smooth and tight show. The fitted touch-screen can be customised, to the point where you can add 16 colour-coded buttons, and you can even colour-code the buttons yourself, for a clear and flowing performance per song. Another useful stage-focused detail is the ability this keyboard has of retaining flawless sound as you switch through modes. This is directly down to the SST system – or Smooth Sound Transition System that continually ensures that the signal never drops-out or even hesitates during mode transitions.

The 73-Note Keyboard
This 73-note-strong model is fitted with the popular synth keyboard that provides a light action from C to C, and to finish the already complete package, software like Izotope Ozone Elements, Skoove, Reason Lite, and plenty of Korg-developed software synths have been included.



Product features
19-inch rack size not applicable
Number of keys 73
Arpeggiator/sequencerarpeggiator, sequencer
Computer integration not specified
Control switch pedal (input), dampening pedal (input)
Synthesizer inputs line in, audio over usb
Sound source digital
MIDI & CV/gate MIDI in, MIDI out, MIDI thru, MIDI over USB
Synthesizer outputs line out jack, headphone, audio over USB
Type of keys semi-weighted
Synthesizer type keyboard
Weight and dimensions including packaging
Weight (incl. packaging)14.6 kg
Dimensions (incl. packaging)122.7 x 38.6 x 11.6 cm
Product specifications
Korg Nautilus synthesizer workstation
73-note keyboard
9 sound engines
SGX-2 Premium Piano
EP-1 Electric MDS piano
CX-3 Tonewheel Organ
HD-1 High Definition Synthesizer PCM
MS-20EX analogue modelling (Legacy Analog Collection)
PolysixEX analogue modelling (Legacy Analog Collection)
AL-1High-fidelity analogue modelling
MOD-7 VPM/FM synthesis
STR-1 physical modelling
preset PCM: RAM 496 MB / DISK 2.3G (ROM 1771 multi-samples, 3955 drum samples)
built-in Expansion PCM library:
EXs301: German2 D Piano
EXs302: Italian F Piano
EXs303: Japanese Upright U Piano
EXs304: Prepared Piano
EXs305: Historical Keyboards
EXs306: Vintage Keyboards 2
EXs307: Strings & Synths
EXs308: Guitar Collection
EXs309: Bass Collection
EXs310: World Essence
EXs311: Background Loops
EXs312: SFX & Hits
EXs313: Found Percussion
EXs314: Expansion Drums
user memory programmes: 2560 (1280 pre-loaded)
user memory combinations: 1792 (256 pre-loaded)
user memory drum kits: 264 (104 pre-loaded)
max. number of setlists: 128
Open Sampling System (resampling, In-Track sampling)
fast sample speed possible, in Program, Combination as well as Sequencer mode
RAM: 16-bit/48 kHz stereo/mono sampling
Disk: 16 of 24-bit/48 kHz
file formats: Korg format, AKAI S1000/S3000 data, SoundFont 2.0, AIFF and WAV
insert fx: 12 stereo in/out
master fx: 2 stereo in/out
total fx: 2 stereo in/out
one 3-band EQ per timbre/track
effect types: 197
modulation: Dynamic Modulation & Common LFO
effect-presets: total 783 , max. 32 per 1 effect
arpeggiator with 5 presets
16-track MIDI sequencer + 16-track hard disk recorder + 1 master track
tonal number of songs: 200
resolution: 1/480
tempo: 40 – 300 BPM
max. memory: 400.000 MIDI events or 300.000 audio-events
7-inch touch colour display TFT
800 x 480 dots
adjustable brightness
equipped with TouchView GUI
joystick (pitch bend & modulation)
switch 1 & 2
arpeggiator control: on/off, latch, gate, velocity, length, swing, tempo
drum track: on/off, swing, drum SD, tempo
L/MONO + R output, 6.3mm jack
1 – 4 individual outputs , 6.3mm jack
output impedance: 350 Ohms stereo, 175 Ohms mono (L/MONO only)
‘main volume’ slider only applies to L/MONO+R outputs (max. volume +16dB)
stereo headphone output, 6.3mm jack
USB-B (24-bit audio, sample rate 48kHz, two channels)
balanced input 1+2, 6.3mm jack
(damper)pedal, 6.3mm jack (half-damper supported)
switch, 6.3mm jack (assignable to pedal)
USB-B (24-bit audio, sample rate 48 kHz, two channels)
USB-A for QWERTY keyboards, MIDI controllers, ethernet adapters, storage medium, etc.
USB-B (16-channels in/output)
internal memory: 60GB SSD (2.5″)
dimensions: 122.7 x 38.6 x 11.6cm
weight: 4.6 lbs (14.6 kg)
power consumption: 40W
power supply included
quick start guide included
included software: Izotope Ozone Elements, Skoove, Reason Lite, many software-synths

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