Korg Kaoss Pad Quad Released

Straight from the NAMM 2011 show, the new Korg Kaoss Pad Quad has now been released and is on store shelves across the US for immediate purchase. The new Kaoss Pad Quad, which employs new effects, functions, and features that let users create their own combination of Kaoss effects with simultaneous control of up to four effects in real-time using a single fingertip on its touchpad..
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Straight from the NAMM 2011 show, the new Korg Kaoss Pad Quad has now been released and is on store shelves across the US for immediate purchase. The new Kaoss Pad Quad, which employs new effects, functions, and features that let users create their own combination of Kaoss effects with simultaneous control of up to four effects in real-time using a single fingertip on its touchpad. You all know how I feel about the Kaoss Pad... It is one of the most fun to use audio manipulation devices that I have ever used. I will try to get one of these for review, but I'll make it short and simple when that time comes. For now, check the press release and the Korg website for more details.

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