KROSS 2, the long-awaited successor of the KROSS, is a compact, portable workstation with a huge range of sounds. While maintaining its identity as ultra-lightweight, compact, and capable of running on batteries, this new model dramatically enhances KROSS's sounds and functionality. In addition to a total of more than a thousand preset sounds, expansion PCM memory has been newly added. Also new is a pad sampler that allows full-fledged sampling, and USB audio/MIDI interface functionality. The color scheme is even more stylish, and the user interface allows intuitive operation even by beginners.
Effortlessly select the sound that you want to play, shape it to match your imagination, sample a sound, create phrases and rhythms, record your vocal or guitar, bring KROSS 2 on stage, and perform. Whatever you artistic vision, you can make it happen. KROSS 2 is a versatile synthesizer platform made with creative freedom in mind.
A rich selection of more than 1,000 powered-up presets
128MB of expansion PCM memory is built-in, and option libraries are supported
The rich expressive power of the EDS-i sound engine, and a rich selection of effects with 134 types
Superb sampling functionality and 16 sampler pads
A panel layout that lets you access functions without confusion
Realtime control section for quick parameter editing
Favorite function lets you register and instantly recall up to 128 frequently-used sounds
Quick layer/split can be specified by a single button
Ultra-lightweight compact body; the 61-key model weighs only 3.8 kg, the lightest in its class
Long operating life, with six AA batteries allowing up to seven hours of use
A color lineup with a peerless finish that exceeds its class
Audio player/recorder that can be easily triggered by the pads
Sequencer, drum track, and arpeggiator to support your song production
A rich array of input jacks for singer-instrumentalists or vocoder performance without requiring additional equipment
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