Korg Minilogue


Analogue synthesizer

  • 4-Voice polyphonic
  • 37 Velocity sensitive slim keys
  • Fully programmable
  • 100 presets + 100 user sounds
  • Flexible configuration of the 4 voices through voice mode
  • Automatable and polyphonic 16 step sequencer with motion sequencer
  • Display of the generated waveform through oscilloscope function in the OLED display
  • 41 Control elements for direct access to the permanently assigned parameters
  • Control panel made of robust aluminium
  • Pots anchored in the chassis
  • Knobs with rubber coating
  • Real wood back panel
  • Audio Sync for all studio/live requirements and connection to SQ1, Volca, Electribe and others possible
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 500 x 300 x 85 mm
  • Weight: 2.8 kg
  • Includes power supply DC 9 V (KA350)


  • Line output: 6.3 mm mono jack
  • Line input: 6.3 mm mono jack
  • Headphone output: 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • Sync input and output: 3.5 mm mono mini jack
  • MIDI input and output
  • USB
Available since February 2016
Item number 379052
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 37
Touch-Sensitive Yes
Aftertouch No
Split Zones No
Modulation Wheel Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 4
Sound Engine Analogue
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
Storage Medium None
USB-port Yes
Effects Delay
Arpeggiator No
Number of Analog Outputs 1
Digital Output No
Display Yes
Pedal Connections None
Dimensions 500 x 300 x 85 mm
Weight 2,8 kg
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80 Reviews

Awesome 'beginners' synth
RobSteijger 24.09.2020
The Minilogue is great for getting the grips with analogue synthesis and ever since I got this synth, about a month ago, I’ve been creating 3 to 4 patches per day – just for practice, just for fun. So far I’ve discovered how ringmod can dirty-up the sounds (combined with pitching VCO2 an octave highter than VCO1), for instance, and I’m also getting awesome results by applying a negative envelope on the filter. Even made a ‘vinyl scratch’ using the envelope (quick attack, quick decay) on the pitch.

Ease of use: I didn’t even RTFM so far :-)

Build: Very classy looks! I’m thinking of placing a mirror behind it so I can see the wooden backside :-) The small screen is big enough for all info, and I just can’t stop watching the oscilator reacting to my tweaking.

Whishes: Would be awesome if you could filter VCO1 and 2 independently, though.

Update: 4 months ahead and i'm still making new sounds almost daily! The manual wasn't clear on this, but you can overwrite the fabric patches (1-100), meaning you can save up to 200 user patches in total!

Update 2 (june 2021): still making patches daily, including some 808 like percussion sounds!

Update 3 (dec 2022): programmed all 200 patches, keep on getting awesome results :-) One thing though: the Korg patch saver for Windows doesn't work well (unless it's the FIRST midi-software you install on your pc/laptop, apparently).


great synth for guitarists
kirill95 02.05.2017
i'm not a keyboard player, i play guitar, so i'm am not a big expert in synths. For me 4-voice polyphony is more than enough, and the fact that it has medium keys makes my playing easier ( but i am not used to normal keys, so maybe it's not an issue just for me)
the fact that most of the functions have it's own knob, it makes it easier to change parameters fastly.
of course this synth may not sound as full as expensive analog synths do, but actually i think in the mix it wouldn't be so obvious.
an ideal start i think for those who are new to analog synths (like me), especially becouse of that little screen that shows how the waveshape changes


Medyk 13.05.2017
Very very nice analog poly synth. Good for everyone who wants to learn basics of synthesis and others who are looking for true modern analog sound on budget. Clicks and noise are there but it's not such an issue in everyday use. Awesome sound on it's own with great tembres. Kilson even more with addition of subtle distortion and reverb plugs. As a bonus You also get a tiny midi controller and not so bad analog filter for other of Your stuff. Worth to recommend with clear conscience.


Beautiful versatile instrument
light warrior 14.01.2024
Korg created some of the most used synths in music history, and this will probably become one of those legends. It's simply fun to play with, and you always end up in a situation where you are almost astonished this small little synth can create such huge and interesting sounds.

Ergonomic, easy to play with and intuitive.


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