Korg iElectribe review

I hope the guys over at D16 imported iPad’s for themselves. iElectribe (iTunes link) is $9.99.

“This software version is so similar to the Electribe hardware, I already know how to use it on the first day!” – VJFranzK

via Synthtopia

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on April 6, 2010 at 3:42 am, filed under iPad and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.


10 Responses to “Korg iElectribe review”

  1. Jason Duerr says:

    So how does one sync an ipad with this application?
    Do you think real-time latency is an issue?

    Jason // Chicago

  2. mago says:

    Maybe it could be synced it with something like this…?


  3. samizdat says:

    Nice! When will they release it for real computers?

    • mr. tunes says:

      never samizdat ;)

      for some reason when you release software for a novelty item, you can make it really good for a low price. but when it goes on a PC it’s minimum $100

  4. 8Bit says:

    Nice, should be a vst though. Ipad with no sync and no multitasking makes it toyish. Korg should of made a vst of this instead of an ipad app or both.

  5. Dr. Siak says:

    wak. get the real one. just one mans opinion.

  6. david says:

    It’s nuts how they can make this for so cheap, but if it’s for PC (or MAC) it costs your left arm. Guess it’s the VST. Nice review of it none the less.

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