KROME is the new standard for sonic excellence in a gigging musician's keyboard, providing a limitless palette of sound to bring vivid inspiration your music. KROME has a full complement of the features you've come to expect from a Korg workstation, starting with the 16-track sequencer. But there's much, much more. KROME comes complete with a rich suite of tools to jumpstart your creative urges.
KROME borrows the impressive "German D Grand" that was created for the KRONOS flagship. In addition to the rich sound of 88 full-length unlooped stereo samples, damper resonance is also included.
Krome contains several amazing Electric Pianos. Eight velocity levels have been used to ensure faithful response to the player's expression. In addition, the vintage amps, cabinets, and classic effects so important to these timeless sounds have been realistically modeled, ensuring that everything from the touch to the final sound will be utterly enjoyable.
The built-in drum kits play a major role in song production on any music workstation. KROME contains the same "Jazz Ambience Drums" that can be found on the Korg KRONOS. Taking advantage of the high-capacity PCM memory, these sounds capture a dramatically high level of response and realism.
Now that your finished exploring the factory sounds and want to add something new, you've come to the right place. Kid Nepro picks up where the factory sounds left off, bringing you the best new sound expansions for Krome. In addition to new programs and combis, the Kid Nepro Krome sound libraries contain new PCM Multi Samples that turn Krome into a powerful new synth with each Expansion library.
Kid Nepro has been working with Korg synths since 1985 and has programmed sounds for nearly every Korg workstation since the groundbreaking M1 was released in 1988. The Patch King continues the tradition with Krome in creating quality sounds for Korg Workstations.
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How To Download & Load Sounds Into Your Korg Krome.
More info on Krome can be found at the Korg web site.