Easy, simple and compact rhythm machine with a built-in speaker.
Many musicians wish that they could enjoy casually performing while being backed up by real rhythm patterns rather than just a metronome. Korg has responded to these wishes with the KR Mini rhythm machine. It features a simple design that eliminates all complex functions, looks that overflow with nostalgia and analog-like controls. Playing a rhythm pattern is easy as making selection and pressing play. A total of 60 diverse rhythm patterns and 120 fills are ready to accompany you. Easy, simple and compact, the KR mini can play its role anywhere.
- Easy-to-use design; just select a rhythm pattern and press the play button
- Chain function, arrange your favorite rhythm patterns and fill-ins to create complete songs
- Tap the 16 pads for finger drumming or recording your own rhythms
- Built-in speaker with 2W output for jamming anywhere
- Headphone/speaker jack for quiet practice or connection to a mixer or monitoring system
- Two-way power; use the optional AC adaptor or batteries (AA alkaline batteries x 3)
- Optional foot switches gives you hands-free control over fill-in/start/stop
Energize your practices and performances with diverse rhythm patterns.
KRmini Compact Rhythm Machine Specifications:
- Number of Rhythm Patterns
Number of Songs
2 for each pattern, 120 total
BPM = Approximately 40 - 240
OUTPUT jack, Headphones jack, FOOT SW 1/2 jack
AA alkaline batteries x 3,
Optional AC adapter (DC 9V)
Approximately 7.5 hours
(Battery life will vary depending on the batteries used and on the conditions of use)
2W x 1
Dimensions (W x D x H):
165 x 117 x 59 mm / 6.50 x 6.83 x 2.32 inches
372 g / 13.12 lbs. (excluding batteries)
AA alkaline Batteries x 3 for verifying functionality
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- Easy To Use
- One Knob Not Programmable
- Solo Singer Songwriter
Comments about Korg KRmini Compact Rhythm Machine:
I have tried to figure out three or four drum machines, all unsuccessfully. I just needed something easy I could use out of the box at a gig. Some of the sounds are better than others but, that is probably always the case.