Korg Forums A forum for Korg product users and musicians around the world. Or, you can use the KPro synth and drum patterns but not its looper, then send the audio out to the KP3 to use its looper and FX. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Wed Feb 20, 6: I anticipated two-way communication, not a command and follow system, which was the initial impediment. Hello, I think the answer to your question is no.

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Have not been musical educated I’ve studied theory though, always tried to find out the relationship between melody, scale,harmony, rythm The KPro is a touchscreen VA synth that doesn’t send midi note information and doesn’t have a sequencer.

Fri Feb 22, 1: News Location Social Media. Email required Address never made public. I really really appreciate the thorough responses.

Korg Forums :: View topic – Using Kaossilator pro AS midi keyboard

Wed Feb 20, 7: Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. If you try to use both loopers at the same time, they won’t remain in sync. In that respect, the KPro blows me away.

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You don’t realize how useful those gate arp features are until you lose them. I Don’t Think So. Nothing in this agreement shall affect the statutory rights of any person dealing with Korg as a consumer.


Bowmoney Senior Member Joined: During the great recession, Korg basically recycled the KP3 design and tooling to upgrade the Kaossilator, but they screwed up a lot by removing important functions like the gate arpeggiator with patterns that everyone loved on the original and added a pretty much useless one that isn’t nearly as good on the KPro.

It does nor mean that I will definitely play kaossilator sounds – maybe it will be just an inspiration trigger – I’ve kaosailator being fond of “smart” music where the melody and harmony are constructed around the scale specific Also, fair warning to all- racism, sexism, hate speech, or harassment of any sort will result in an instant and permanent ban.


The warranties provided in this clause 4 is limited to the product purchased from an authorized retailer, distributor or download from the Korg website. I plan to use Kaossilator PRO with the last one on gigs.

I haven’t checked our the Roland, but I’ve miri experience with the Boss loopers. Thanks a lot, best wishes. They’re toys not tools, so it’s more to simply enhance all the insanity going on on the pedalboard, allowing for loops and layers, and allowing me to record at half speed an octave below, then double the tempo to create a faster part an octave up. I suppose you talking about kaossilator pro plus?

MIDI input for the Kaossilator

Ideally I’d like to incorporate the two devices into my guitar playing that explains the lack of any MIDI knowledge ammirite?? You must use only one or the other.


Wed Jan 30, After you spend more time with them, you’ll realize why midi sync makes no sense with them. In other words, you’re wasting your time trying to get midi to “work” on the KPro and KP3.

Slowly but surely, less ignorant every day! Wed Feb 27, Korg, in no event, will be liable mici the direct, derivative, collateral or consequential damage caused by the use of or the inability of using the Licensed Program kaossilaator but not limited to damage of data, lost commercial profit, interruption of work, lost commercial informationregardless of the degree of damages, and even if Korg was aware of the possibility of such damages or the possibility of a claim for damage from a third party in advance.

Basically, using loops on the KPro and KP3 at the same time is impractical and won’t ever keep in sync, whether connected via midi or not.

But I really interested in making the opposite trick: I’ve gotten the two to function completely in kaossilafor, but I don’t want every control to be mirrored on the other device, as one creates sounds while the other adds effects.