Login or Sign Up
Welcome, !
Join the HC Newsletter
Subscribe Now!
Korg is now shipping the microPIANO. Compact,
convenient, and highly portable, the microPIANO is Korgs go-anywhere piano solution.
Featuring 61 keys, the microPIANO borrows many design elements from a grand piano,
including an adjustable lid. The Korg microPIANO is available in Black, White and

The microPIANO borrows its piano sound (and stereo piano samples) from Korgs
flagship digital pianos. In total, there are 61 vibrant and authentic sounds
available. Keyboard sounds go beyond the traditional pianos to include electric
pianos, harpsichords, accordion, celeste, organs, clavs, toy pianos and more. In
addition, there are also flutes, strings, harps, bells and mallet percussion sounds 
marimbas, vibes, steel drums, even kalimbas and music boxes.

Of these 61 sounds, 25 are "Short Phrase Sounds" that can automatically generate
phrases simply by holding down a key. For example, piano sounds that provide a
left-hand accompaniment in the lower range, allowing the melody line to be played
with the right hand; organ sounds complete with phrases from famous pipe organ
compositions; and more.

The Natural Touch keyboard provides 61 mini-keys proportioned to provide both the
skilled player and the novice with a comfortable playing experience. The
touch-sensitive keys are shaped in the traditional grand piano style, with square
fronts and overhanging lip.

The compact and lightweight body, together with built-in speakers and the option of
battery power, enable the microPIANO to be enjoyed any time, any place. The
headphone jack allows for private practice. Using the internal speakers, the
microPIANO can come along to parties to entertain friends. Connected to an external
amplifier, the microPIANO can perform at a live performance.

The microPIANO (Red, Black or White) is now available with a U.S. MSRP of $500.00.
No comments
Join the discussion...
Post Comment
More Cool Stuff
Fender Limited Edition American Elite HSS Telecaster A Tele fit for a king... &...
Dear Musician - Is Musical Isolation the New Normal?  Could this be the "pr...
sign in
contact us
*Indicates required fields
Name *
Email Address *
Issue Type *
please wait