Make sure you read the introduction of the book very carefully because it explains the button labels and menus. Many people have skipped that section and then say they don’t understand later in the book. Please read the introduction carefully before you contact me. Thank you kindly and have a wonderful day
Hello everyone, apologies I haven’t had time to post on the site in quite some time, but rest assured the Krome book is still available and you can purchase it on the site. If for some reason you’re unable to download it after you pay on PayPal, just email me and I will email you the book. Thank you so much and have a great day.
“..Gray, who has worked with Stevie Nicks, Purple Rain, James Brown, Sly Stone, and Stevie Wonder, said ‘I flipped my keyboard forwards, and then, when I did my solo, I got the same reaction as the guitarist now..” -Cat Gray, TV stage keyboard player
Thanks to all who have purchased the first Krome book. If you haven’t ordered yet, for a limited time the introductory price is only $19.99 and includes a full 60 days of personal email support! The book offers several project courses, so it’s more than just a book; it’s a training course!
If you’re the type of person who loves to learn step by step, with super simple explanations, then this is the book for you. It is written for ALL users, young and older, rookie or pro. If you are serious about making your musical ideas reality, then you owe it to yourself to learn your investment. You too can COMMAND the Krome.
The first of several volumes in the Commanding the Korg Krome series is done. For now you can purchase it by clicking the BUY NOW button in this article (open this article to see it). I will email you the book within an hour or so of purchase . The book is 70 pages with graphics in 8×11 format so in a regular sized book it’s more like about 150 pages. Open this article to get an excerpt and read the table of contents. Continue reading →
The Krome makes a fairly good MIDI controller for computer DAWs. Recently I kept running into the issue though where the keyboard was playing both internal VST sounds AND its own sounds. Grrr. This should be a simple operation in which you turn off the keyboard’s local control feature so it only plays sounds of external MIDI instruments. Problem was, I couldn’t find the LOCAL ON/OFF switch in the Krome. So I looked it up in the manual. It’s hidden well and requires multiple menus to locate. Press GLOBAL button, followed by PAGE button, followed by P1 MIDI soft button, then UNCHECK the LOCAL CONTROL ON button. Done.
Up for a contest? Create the biggest, most awesome, interesting, useful and musical combi you possibly can, post a link to a 10 second clip of it in the comments of this post by June 15, then I will post a poll for people to vote the winner. Winner gets bragging rights and a fabulous prize courtesy of KromeCity! Good luck!
Check this guy out. 40 minutes of groovy, esoteric, out there improv on the Krome. The Krome must have been totally wiped after this workout. Interesting stuff. Musicians are so weird. And we’re proud of it, too