Prolific synth editor creator Momo has produced another first-class software editor. This time it’s for the Korg Prologue.
It’s a nice looking editor with cool wooden sides panels and those trademark XY pads for creative tweaking and performing. It’s designed to work with both the Prologue 8 and Prologue 16 and gives direct access to all the parameters available on the synthesizers. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a software synth, it’s a software front end for the hardware synthesizer that lets you edit, automate and store all of your changes within your DAW projects.
The editor sends MIDI out to your Prologue synthesizer and, of course, all those movements can be recorded directly into your DAW as automation. Assign two parameters to the XY pads and you can record those changes in real-time.
It can run standalone which is fun simply for playing and enjoying the synthesis. But as a plug-in inside your DAW it can become part of your project’s workflow and ensures that the sounds you create are saved with your project regardless of what you do to the presets on the synth itself.
The Prologue Editor is available now for the princely sum of €5.90 – a must-have for any Prologue owner.
- Get it here.