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Pro Amazing quality for its price
Minilogue's features are comparable to those of high-end synthesizer, but this device's price tag is much lower.
Pro Offers a lot of flexibility in creating unique sounds as this synthesizer has 4 voices
Users of the Minilogue have a lot of leeway as to the sound combinations that they can come up with as this keyboard can play 4 different notes at the same time.
Pro Easy to program sequences with
The Minilogue is very easy to use when it comes to programming sequences. The sequencer is very intuitively designed that even beginners will not find it to be too daunting.
Pro Easy to bring on gigs or events thanks to its compact size
The Minilogue is much easier to bring to gigs compared to most other synthesizers. The Minilogue is much more compact and so it should help to ease the gear transport hassles that a user may have.
Pro Lightweight due to the combination of wood, plastic and aluminum materials in its construction
This synthesizer looks and feels premium without compromising on weight. The product's face plate is made out of aluminum which is a light metal, the chassis itself is made out of durable plastic and is finished off with an elegant-looking wood trim.
Pro Comfortable and ergonomic to use
This synthesizer is really easy to use as all the knobs and buttons are laid out in a very logical way.
Con Oscillators can go out of tune
There have been reports of oscillators going out of tune, especially with extended use of the Minilogue. If you are planning to keep the synthesizer on for long periods then a different model could be a better option.
Con The 16 step sequencer can be limiting for some users
Advanced synthesists may find the step sequencer to be quite limiting. If you are one of those who does a lot of very complicated audio sequences then the sequencer can be a bottle-neck.
Con Keys can feel small for some users
Users who have larger hands may find the key design used in the Minilogue to be quite small. It features Korg's slim key design to achieve its compact form factor, but with the drawback of also being too cramped for some users' hands.