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Sound Librarian / Sound Packs

Introducing free to download program packs and the Sound Librarian that lets you import, load, save and manage your program data.

monologue Sound Librarian

The monologue Sound Librarian lets you easily reorder and organize the programs inside your monologue and has the functionality to save your program library on your computer. In addition to managing your programs, it is used to load factory and bonus libraries distributed by KORG.

* How to import the sound packs

Drag and drop the preset data (.molgpreset) onto the monologue Sound Librarian icon to add it to your preset data window. You can view your preset data window by clicking Option > Open Preset Window. Please refer to Operation Manual included in the monologue Sound Librarian for further details.

Sound Packs vol.1 "Electronic score and Retrocade"

All users of the KORG monologue can look forward to new “sound food” for their beloved synth!
Electronic Score & Retrocade is the new sound library by film composer Christian Halten. Expressive sounds that trigger direct visual associations are the main axis of this library. Chiptune or film scoring: you will find something for you! From "Oxygene" to "
monoModel", "Sarlacc", "Lightcycle" or "CBeamGlitter", the pictures are now at your fingertips.
Strange rhythms like "Firebarrel", "Snow on Mars", "Pong" and "Squirrel" can bring that certain something into your own productions. Let yourself be inspired and explore this new sound palette on your monologue. Christian Halten works as a film composer in Berlin.
His focus is on music for feature and documentary films with special concepts. The creation and exploration of new instrumental sounds is always the starting point of his work to further expand the visual imaginary with fresh ideas. This method of working also led to the creation of its sampling software SampleRobot, which has been a huge success for the last 12 years.
Christian Halten studied film music in Ludwigsburg and then worked in the composing teams of Henning Lohner and Hans Zimmer in Los Angeles.