Korg Kronos-2 73

(1 customer review)


For the ultimate performance experience, Korg Kronos-2 73 is the perfect keyboard with its intuitive synthesis engine, 73-note semi-weighted keyboard, and expansive sound library.



Korg Kronos-2 73 Synthesizer is a powerhouse instrument that combines a workstation, synthesizer, and sampler all in one. It’s designed to be an all-in-one instrument that can handle all your musical needs, whether you’re a producer, composer, or performer.

One of the standout features of the Kronos-2 73 is its sound. The instrument features nine sound engines, including SGX-2 piano sound engine, EP-1 electric piano sound engine, CX-3 tonewheel organ sound engine, AL-1 analog modeling sound engine, and more. Each sound engine has been meticulously crafted to ensure that you get the best possible sound.

Another key feature of the Kronos-2 73 is its intuitive interface. The instrument features a large touch screen that makes it easy to navigate through all of its features. It also includes a variety of knobs, buttons, and sliders that allow you to customize your sound and performance in real-time.

The instrument also includes a variety of effects, including reverb, delay, chorus, and more. You can use these effects to enhance your sound and add depth and richness to your mix. The Kronos-2 73 even includes a mastering suite, so you can put the finishing touches on your final mix.

In addition to its sound and intuitive interface, the Kronos-2 73 also boasts impressive performance capabilities. It features a 16-track MIDI sequencer, which allows you to record and edit your performances. The instrument also supports polyphonic aftertouch, which means you can add expression to your playing by varying the pressure you apply to the keys.

Overall, the Korg Kronos-2 73 is an outstanding synthesizer that offers a wide range of sounds and features. Whether you’re a professional musician or a hobbyist, this instrument is sure to impress.

Korg Kronos-2 73 properties

Product name Kronos-2 73
Brand Korg
Type Keyboard Instruments
Keyboard Instrument Synthesizer
Drawbars/Sliders Yes
Pads Yes
Rotary Controls Yes
Colour Black

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Keyboard Instrument



Rotary Controls


1 review for Korg Kronos-2 73

  1. Baxter Adams

    I don’t know what to write because I’m addicted to Wavestate. After firing for the first time, I couldn’t tear myself away. I know that it is a digit, not an analog, but sounds and colors from all areas with the possibility of own, infinite modifications or creating colors from scratch. Full envelope and effects in 4 layers at a time. I have the impression that there are many different devices in one box. I am extremely pleased.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the recommended method for integrating Korg Kronos-2 73 into a complex MIDI setup with multiple devices and software applications?

The recommended method for integrating Korg Kronos-2 73 into a complex MIDI setup with multiple devices and software applications is to use MIDI Thru/From ports. This allows the keyboard to act as a MIDI hub, transmitting signals from one device to another and receiving signals from multiple sources simultaneously. Follow these steps:
1. Connect all your MIDI devices (keyboards, synthesizers, controllers) to the Kronos-2 using the rear panel's MIDI IN, OUT, and THRU ports. Make sure to connect each device to an individual MIDI IN port on the Kronos-2, so you have separate channels for each input source. Connect your DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) or other software application using a USB cable or MIDI interface to the Kronos-2's rear panel USB TO DEVICE port or MIDI IN/OUT ports. Enable MIDI Thru on the Kronos-2 by pressing [UTILITY] and navigating to [SET UP] > [MIDI SETUP] > [MIDI CHANNEL]. Select "Thru" for the desired channel(s) you want to transmit, such as Channel 1 for your main synth or drum machine. Set up MIDI routing within your software application to match the MIDI channels assigned to each device. This ensures that the correct signals are transmitted to their intended destinations via the Kronos-2's THRU ports. Test the setup by playing a note on one of your devices and verifying that it transmits correctly through the Kronos-2 to its intended destination, such as your software application or another synthesizer. Adjust MIDI routing as needed to ensure proper transmission for all devices in your setup. For maximum flexibility, consider using a MIDI splitter or merger device to manage multiple inputs and outputs simultaneously. These devices allow you to split one MIDI signal into multiple channels or merge multiple signals into a single channel, helping to simplify complex MIDI setups with multiple devices and software applications. Always remember to power off your Korg Kronos-2 and all connected devices before disconnecting them to prevent any potential damage to the equipment or loss of data.

How does the Korg Kronos-2 73's SuperNATURAL sound engine differ from that of its predecessor, and what new features have been added?

The Korg Kronos-2 73'-key keyboard workstation boasts a significant upgrade in its sound engine compared to its predecessor. The Kronos-2 features an updated SuperNATURAL technology that offers even more realistic and expressive sounds than before. Some of the new features added in this version include:

1. Real Groove Production: This feature allows you to create authentic drum parts, complete with fills, variations, and breaks, using a simple step sequencer-style interface. MDS (Motion Dynamics Synthesis): This technology captures the nuances of live performance by analysing and interpreting complex musical dynamics in real time. It then uses this information to generate authentic, dynamic performances every time the music is played back. Enhanced EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) - PCM: This technology provides a vast array of high-quality samples that are incredibly realistic and detailed, with rich overtones and subtle nuances that bring each instrument to life. Compressor/Limiter/Equalizer: These effects have been added to the signal flow, allowing users to further shape and refine their sounds using industry-standard processing techniques. Direct Access: This feature allows users to quickly access frequently used parameters and settings directly from the front panel, making it easy to fine-tune your sound without having to navigate through complex menus. Overall, these new features and upgrades make the Korg Kronos-2 73's SuperNATURAL sound engine one of the most advanced and versatile in the industry, offering users an incredibly rich and expressive sonic experience.