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Giveaway: Korg Delay portable synthesizer

updated 07:27 pm EDT, Wed August 8, 2012

Win a Korg Delay portable synth!

Electronista has teamed up with Korg to give away one really cool prize to one lucky reader. The Korg Delay pocket-sized synthesizer. It provides a simple way to create some unique music for yourself, or whoever wants to listen while on the go. Read on to find out more, and how you can win.

The Korg Delay is a battery operated synthesizer with a built-in speaker, delivering mobile music entertainment for everyone. Headphones can be plugged in for private use, or if your looking for more sound it can be connected to an amplifier to share your tune creations with the world.

This pocket-sized synthesizer is incredibly easy to operate with a front panel sporting only five knobs, a front-panel switch, and mini ribbon keyboard. The Delay offers a "space delay" effect that can reproduce pitch changes, just like an old-school tape echo, and for an extra cool effect the ribbon glows under black light illumination.

Check out the video below for a demonstration.


To enter, click here, agree to our terms and conditions, and answer one simple skill testing question. Mailing list signup is required to win, if you have already signed up for a mailing list, please place a check in the box next to the list that you have signed up for. Giveaway is open to US residents and closes on August 22, 2012.



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