The Korg Mini Kaoss Pad gives you the ability to twist, manipulate, and interact with music, so it appeals to the kid or DJ in all of us. This is a fun music gadget, period.
At Coachella on Friday night, bassist John Paul Jones played an amazing-looking instrument in his set with Them Crooked Vultures.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell tries out the new Korg Mini Kaoss Pad with his iPod and posts audio clips of the results.
Korg's latest palm-size, battery-powered, touch pad effects processor is a perfect companion for on-the-go audio remixing.
The ability to twist, manipulate, and interact with music appeals to the kid or DJ in us all. This is a fun music gadget, period.
Classical composer John Adams talks about his early days in San Francisco in this audio cast from the online version of the New Yorker.
Korg's new Kaoss Pad portable music effects box.