MELVILLE, NY, March 30, 2011 — Korg USA is giving fans a chance to win its new flagship Kronos Music Workstation. The “What Would You Do for a Kronos?” video contest offers the opportunity for players to get their hands on one of the most talked-about and most anticipated music workstations, absolutely free. The contest runs April 1, 2011, through May 31, 2011.
Entrants must simply create an original YouTube video explaining or demonstrating what they would do for a free Kronos*. Each entry will be judged on its originality, creativity, entertainment value and number of views. All video files should be titled “What I Would Do for a Korg Kronos” and posted to YouTube. Then, entrants can submit the completed online entry form at www.korg.com/kronosvideocontest. Korg will select five finalists, and a panel of special Korg artists and staff will judge those five videos and determine the winning entry. The winner will receive a 73-key Korg Kronos Music Workstation, and the winning video will appear on Korg's website and social network pages.
Please visit the contest page for complete rules, requirements and other details.
* Some restrictions apply.
Kronos, Korg's new flagship music workstation, unites nine individual synthesis engines in a single instrument, each providing the finest sound creation techniques available. Highlights include the SGX-1 piano, with eight stereo unlooped samples for each key; MDS modeled electric pianos and the enhanced CX-3 organ; Korg's Waveshaping and VPM synthesis; HD-1 High Definition PCM; STR-1 Plucked String physical modeling; and three different analog modeling synthesizers. As a Korg workstation, it is complete with 16 MIDI tracks, 16 audio tracks, Open Sampling System, KARMA, Drum Tracks, 16 effect processors and much more. New performance features include Smooth Sound Transitions and the powerful Set List mode.