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With the KROSS, the sounds and songs that you’ve created at home and the system that you use every day can go with you onto the stage or into the street! Featuring rich sounds that exceed its class, yet remaining highly portable, the KROSS is designed for practical usability.

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With the KROSS, the sounds and songs that you’ve created at home and the system that you use every day can go with you onto the stage or into the street! Featuring rich sounds that exceed its class, yet remaining highly portable, the KROSS is designed for practical usability. There’s a convenient mic input and a built-in audio recorder, and it can run on 6 x AA batteries. It’s a distinctive new standard in music workstations, with specs and style that set it apart from all others.

KROSS delivers incredible sound and professional production tools that are unrivaled in its class. Its light weight and battery power make KROSS perfect for the gigging musician.

The 88-key model is now also available in a limited edition Platinum body, emanating a sleek and stylish look.

A lightweight bodythat runs on AA alkaline batteries

In spite of being packed with functionality, the KROSS is lightweight and highly portable. The 61-key model with its distinctive rear bar is amazingly light; at only 4.3 kg/9.5 lb, it’s the most portable in its category. The 88-key model packs a piano-touch hammer action keyboard into a mere 12.4 kg/27.3 lbs.

Both models are highly portable and lightweight, and can operate on an AC adapter or on six AA alkaline or nickel-metal hydride batteries.

A wide variety of sounds:

Because of its portability, the KROSS will be used in a wide range of situations, and that’s why it provides a broad variety of sounds that surpasses even the flagship models of the previous generation.

The PCM data is approximately twice as large as preceding models such as the X50 and the PS60. Staples such as the frequently-used rock/jazz organ, strings, brass, and synth sounds have been brushed up. There are also instruments such as toy piano, accordion, combo organ, church organ, and even vintage instruments such as a tape sampler, as well as bell-type sounds and the sounds you need for cutting-edge dance music and electronica – unique sounds that have not been included in a synth of this class. Our design goal has been to make KROSS the only instrument you need.

Favorites function lets you register 64 selected sounds or audio songs for one-touch access:

Sounds that you’ve created or that you use frequently can be registered to four banks of 16 buttons, giving you a total of 64 sounds that can be recalled at a single touch. This is a real convenience during live performances or song production.

You can also register audio songs and recall them along with sounds.

External input jacks allow a mic or audio player to be directly connected:

The MIC IN jack (1/4″ phone jack) lets you directly connect a mic. If you’re a vocalist as well as a player, there’s no need to obtain a separate mixer.

In addition, there’s a LINE IN jack (stereo 1/8″ jack) for you to connect your audio player, giving you the option of performing along with the playback in a variety of situations on stage or anywhere else you go.


88-key: NH (Natural Weighted Hammer Action) keyboard
*Velocity sensitive is supported, after touch is not supported
*Standard A0 – C8 (transposable in the range [A-1…C7]-[A1…C9])
*The NH keyboard reproduces the touch of an acoustic piano, with a heavier feel in the low register and a lighter feel in the upper register.


  • EDS-i (Enhanced Definition Synthesis-integrated)

Maximum Polyphony:

  • 80 voices (80 Oscillators) / Single Mode
    40 voices (40 Oscillators) / Double Mode*The maximum simultaneous voice polyphony will vary depending on oscillator settings such as stereo multi-samples and velocity crossfading.

Preset PCM Memory:

  • Approximately 112 MB (In case of 48 kHz, 16-bit Linear PCM converted)
    421 multi-samples (including 6 Stereo multi-samples)
    890 drum samples (including 49 Stereo drum samples)


  • Oscillator
    OSC1 (Single), OSC1 + 2 (Double): Stereo multi-samples are supported, and four levels of velocity switching/crossfading/layering are possible for each oscillatorFilters
    Four types of filter routing (single, serial, parallel, 24 dB)
    Two multi-mode filters per oscillator (low pass, high pass, band pass, band reject)Modulation
    For each oscillator: two envelope generators (Filter & Amp), Two LFOs, Two key tracking generators
    (Filter & Amp), Two AMS mixers, Pitch EG, Common LFO, Two common key tracking generators


  • The Number of Timbre
    Max: 16 Timbres,
    Key zone and velocity zone settings can be used to switch sounds, and the Tone Adjust function allows Program settings to be modifiedMaster Keyboard Functionality
    External MIDI device control

Drum Kit:

  • Stereo and mono drum samples
    4 velocity zones switch (crossfades and layers)

The number of Combination / Program / Drum Kit:

  • User: 640 Program (512 Preload)
    User: 384 Combination (256 Preload)
    User: 48 Drum Kit (32 Preload)
    Preset: 256 GM2 Program + 9 GM2 Drums Program


  • User: 64 (16 favorite x 4 bank)

Insert Effects:

  • 5 Insert Effects (stereo in/out)

Master Effects:

  • 2 Master Effects (stereo in/out)

Effect Types:

  • Total: 134 types
  • *74 types for Insert Effect
  • *101 types for Master Effect 1
  • *120 types for Master Effect 2


  • Dynamic Modulation

Effects Control Busses:

  • Stereo side chain (Limiter, Gate, Vocoder, etc)

Polyphonic Arpeggiator
Program Mode:

  • 1 unit

Combination, Sequencer Mode:

  • 2 units

Number of pattern:

  • 1,028 User Arpeggio patterns (916 Preload)
    5 Preset Arpeggio patterns

Number of Tone:

  • 12 tones

Number of step:

  • Max: 64 steps

Step Sequencer
Program Mode:

  • 1 unit

Combination Mode:

  • 1 unit

Sequencer Mode:

  • 1 unit

Number of Tone:

  • 12 tones

Number of step:

  • Max: 64 steps*Step sequencer settings can be created independently for each program, combination, and song.

Drum Track

  • Preset: 700 patterns (shared with sequencer patterns)
    Trigger Mode/Sync/Zone settings


  • 16-track MIDI Sequencer

Number of Songs:

  • Max; 128 Songs


  • 1/480


  • 40.00 – 300.00 (1/100 BPM resolution)

Maximum memory:

  • 210,000 MIDI events


  • Measure / Beat / Tick

Template Song:

  • 16 preset / 16 user template songs


  • 700 Patterns (shared with Drum Track patterns)


  • KORG (KROSS) format, SMF format 0 and 1

Audio recorder
Recording format:

  • PCM Audio format (48 kHz / 16-bit)


  • WAV (.wav): 44.1 kHz* / 16-bit, 48 kHz / 16-bit, Stereo
    *Automatic conversion from 44.1 kHz to 48 kHz


  • WAV (.wav): 48 kHz / 16-bit,

Continuity recording time:

  • Max: 3 hours

Recording time:

  • Depends on the SD card that is used; approximately 90 minutes per 1 GB

Number of Songs:

  • Max; 200 Songs

Number of multi-track recordings:

  • Depends on the amount of space remaining on the SD card


  • Hour / Min / Sec


  • File, Utility, Information


  • General Control:
    Pitch bend wheel, Modulation wheel, SW [1], SW [2], TEMPO knob, TAP buttonStep Sequencer/Favorite:
    1-16 buttons, STEP SEQ button, SET UP button for Control, RUN button, FAVORITE button,
    BANK button for Control, LED: A/B/C/D (It uses both as “STEP SEQ” and “FAVORITE”),Drum track:
    DRUM TRACK button

    ARP button

    Effect On/Off:
    MASTER FX button

    Audio Recorder:
    SETUP button, PLAY/PAUSE (> / II) button

User Interface

  • 240 x 64 pixel LCD w/backlight, with adjustable contrast (hold the EXIT button and turn the Value dial)


  • [CATEGORY], [SELECT] dials


  • [COMBI], [PROG], [SEQ], [GLOBAL/MEDIA] buttons

VALUE controller:

  • [VALUE] Dial, [Cursor (Left/Right/Up/Down)], [EXIT], [ENTER],[FUNCTION],[PAGE+],[PAGE-],[MENU] buttons


  • [PAUSE], [REW], [FF], [LOCATE], [REC], [START / STOP] buttons


  • [TEMPO] knob, [TAP] button


  • [SPLIT], [LAYER] buttons


  • [AUDIO IN] button, [VOLUME] knob

Control Input

  • DAMPER (Half Damper is supported)


  • 6.3mm Phone jack, Unbalanced
    Output Impedance: 1.1kO (L / Mono terminal: in case of Mono output, = 550O)
    Maximum level: +10.0 dBu, Load Impedance: more than 10 kO.

Headphone Output:

  • 3.5mm Stereo mini phone jack
    Output Impedance: 33O, Maximum level: 40 + 40 mW


  • 3.5mm Stereo mini phone jack
    Input Impedance: 1.1 kO
    Maximum level: -42 ~– 0 dBu


  • 6.3mm Phone jack, Unbalanced
    Input Impedance: 33 O
    Maximum level: -48 ~ -6 dBu


  • IN, OUT


  • Type B x 1 (USB-MIDI Interface)

SD Card Slot

  • 1 slot
    Max: 2 GB SD Memory Card is supported
    Max: 32 GB SDHC Memory Card is supported
    (SDXC Memory Cards are not supported)

Power Supply

  • AC Adaptor (DC9V), POWER button
    AA alkaline battery x 6 or AA Ni-MH: Nickel metal hydride battery x 6
  • Battery Life:
    • In case of AA alkaline battery x 6 = Approximately 4 hours*
      In case of AA Ni-MH: Nickel metal hydride battery (1900 mAh) x 6 = Approximately 5 hours*
      *Varies according to the batteries used and the conditions of usage

Power Consumption

  • 5 W

Dimensions (W x D x H)

  • KROSS-61 = 37.09 x 11.06 x 3.58 inches / 942 × 281 × 91 mm
    KROSS-88 = 57.01 x 15.08 x 5.32 inches / 1,448 × 383 × 135 mm


  • KROSS-61 = 9.48 lbs. / 4.3 kg
    KROSS-88 = 27.34 lbs. / 12.4 kg


  • AC Adapter
    Quick Start Guide


  • XVP-10 Expression/Volume pedal
    EXP-2 Foot Controller
    DS-1H Damper Pedal
    PS-1, PS-3 Pedal Switch

Computer System Requirements for the KORG USB-MIDI Driver


  • Microsoft Windows XP Home/Professional Edition SP3
    Windows Vista SP2 (all editions including 64-bit edition)
    Windows 7 SP1 (all editions including 64-bit edition)
    Windows 8 (all editions including 64-bit edition)


  • USB port (Intel USB Host Controller recommended)


  • Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8


  • Apple Macintosh that satisfies the operating requirements of Mac OS X and is equipped with an Intel processor and a USB port


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