Minilogue and Monologue are a few years at this time and are approaching the modern classical status in the world of synthesizers. But that does not mean that Korg is pleased that he just lets them board their lives in the same way they left the factory. Today, the company released a major firmware update for both that in many ways makes them a little closer to each other in terms of features.
For one, Minilogue users receive micro tuning capabilities. This means that they will no longer be bound by the limitations of the Western 1
The monologue also gets some changes, including the MIDI filter, which will be of great benefit to anyone who likes to control it with an external sequencer. There are also changes to the active programming steps, although we have not been able to test them so we can not tell you just how useful they are. Finally, both synthesizers receive original value indicators. This will make the way to the place where the patch starts much easier after you finish rotating the buttons.
Version 2.0 of the firmware Minilogue and Monologue is available today for free at Korg.com.