Korg Mini Pops Junior

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    The Korg Mini Pops Junior released in 1972 was favored by famous bands for adding a drum machine timbre to the mix. Bands like Roxy Music and The Buggles used it to great advantage.

    The form factor is similar to the bigger sib;lings the Mini Pops 35 and Mini Pops 3, the Junior has 10 preset rhythms and one output but retains the foot switch input of all the Korg rhythm machine models.

    It has limited control of sounds compared to the bigger models but does have two knobs. One for volume and one for tempo control. It has radio toggle switches for changing rhythms.
    Type: Analog
    Synthesis: Subtractive
    Pattern Engine
    Programming: Presets
    Sounds Per Pad
    Sounds Per Pad: 1
    Sources: Synthesizer
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 4
    Timbrality: 4
    Tuning: Standard
    Modes: Polyphonic
    Patterns User: 1
    Patterns Preset: 10
    Case: Desktop
    Controls: Buttons, Knobs, Start / Stop Pedal
    MIDI / Sync / Trigger
    Audio Outputs: 1/4" Phone Jack, Mono Out
    Audio Output Count: 1
    Power: 3 w
    Used: $50-$199
    Released: 1972
    Used By
    Roxy Music, The Buggles
    Manuals & Documents

    YouTube Videos
    References & Sources

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