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Version 4 of KORG Module is now available, with new Hybrid Digital Synthesizer and AUv3 support

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With this major upgrade, KORG Module Pro and KORG Module now add a hybrid digital synthesizer and the much-anticipated support for AUv3.

The KORG Module series of iOS apps are equipped with a professional-grade sound library and can be used in the studio, for music lessons and when working live. Both KORG Module Pro and KORG Module can be updated to version 4 for free. 

The “Hybrid Synth Pack 2” and “Cinematic” expansion sound packs are now available for the new sound module, each with 30 additional programs. We’re also offering a free trial that lets you try out each expansion sound library for a week before you buy. 

In addition, the new synth module can be used as the Fairbanks gadget in KORG Gadget 2. With the addition of AUv3 support, it can be used not only with KORG Gadget 2, but also with third-party iOS music production apps like Apple Garageband.

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KORG Module Pro Version 4 New Features 

– Hybrid digital synthesizer “Hybrid” module is added. 
– “Hybrid Synth Pack 2” and “Cinematic” sound packs for Hybrid module are added. 
– AUv3 is now supported. Now you can use Module in other iOS music production apps. 
– The “Fairbanks” gadget is now available in conjunction with KORG Gadget 2. 
– Added: a free trial feature for the Expansion Sound Libraries. 
– Various other tweaks have been made to improve stability. 

KORG Module Version 4 New Features

– Hybrid Digital Synthesizer “Hybrid” module is added. *1 
– “Hybrid Synth Pack 2” and “Cinematic” sound packs for the Hybrid module are added. 
– AUv3 now supported. It can now be used with other iOS music production apps. 
– The “Fairbanks” gadget can now be used in conjunction with KORG Gadget 2. *2 
– Added a free trial feature for the expansion sound libraries. 
– KORG Gadget 2 users can now unlock the free functions from Module. *3 
– In addition, various changes to improve stability. 

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