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Korg Radias Virtual Analog Synthesizer Rack Module Thomas Holkenborg Used

Korg Radias Virtual Analog Synthesizer Rack Module Thomas Holkenborg Used

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Korg Radias Virtual Analog Synthesizer Rack Module Thomas Holkenborg Used

Used with wear associated with use. Minor cosmetic scratches/scuffs from handling and play. Noteworthy blemishes or issues will be described and pictured. Works as it should.

Includes certificate of authenticity, that this module was owned by Dutch composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and engineer, Thomas Holkenborg also known by his stage name Junkie XL.

If moved too fast, scroll wheel occasionally skips values. A few buttons are a little stiff, but work as they should.
Missing a rubber foot. Both ends of rack ears are slightly bent. There are light scratches on all sides, mainly on the bottom. Please see pictures for details.


The RADIAS Synthesizer/Vocoder is based on Korg’s powerful Multiple Modeling Technology (MMT).
It provides an extensive array of cutting-edge synthesis tools and techniques to satisfy the demanding musician, producer or sound designer. The main sound parameters can be edited directly from the front panel. Equipped with 39 knobs, 47 buttons, 16 multi-function keys, a value knob and an informative backlit LCD screen, RADIAS makes it easy to modify the sound as you perform, and to enjoy a versatile range of realtime editing possibilities.

Program Features:

The RADIAS contains 256 user-editable Program locations. Each program consists of up to four timbres, letting you easily create incredibly rich sounds. You can zone each timbre to a specific range of keys, and play them all from a keyboard, or individual Timbres can be played by the arpeggiator or one of the step sequencers. Additionally, each timbre can be assigned to a specific MIDI channel for four-part multitimbral operation.

The RADIAS features a sophisticated vocoder that can be used not just to simulate the classic vocoder sounds of the past, but also to take advantage of advanced possibilities such as shifting the filter frequencies of each band or adjusting their level and panning to create new and original vocoder sounds. Korg’s new Formant Motion function uses filter banks to analyze the input signal (the modulator), and records up to seven seconds of formant motion data. By using the play back of this recorded formant motion data, you can create complex moving (or even “talking”) vocoder programs that don’t require any mic input. The RADIAS can hold sixteen sets of formant motion data in internal memory. A front panel [VOCODER] button makes it easy to obtain vocoder sounds.

Audio input/envelope follower
Any audio signal plugged into the INPUT 1 and 2 jacks can be processed in the same way as the internal waveforms, letting you use the RADIAS as an effect processor. The envelope of the audio input signal can also be detected and used as a modulation source in the virtual patch, or used to trigger the sound generator of the RADIAS.

The arpeggiator plays the notes you are holding down one at a time, in an up, down, alternating, random or triggered chord fashion - six different types in all. The resolution, key window, swing, and octave range can be set per program; the note, tie and off status can be set for each of the 16 steps, allowing you to create a broad range of melodic and rhythmic patterns.

Step sequencer
Two step sequencers are built-in, allowing you to record simple patterns or phrases. For example you can record a bass line and a drum pattern, and assign two timbres to play these parts, while you play the remaining timbres from a keyboard. Each step sequencer is 32 steps long; however they can be combined to create a single step sequencer that is 64 steps long.

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