The Korg Radias is a Virtual Analog synthesizer that was released by Korg in 2006. It takes advantage of the MMT (Multiple Modeling Technology) that their flagship OASYS synthesizer module employs. The synthesizer itself is similar in design to the MS2000, but offers many more capabilities. It is capable of emulating older digital synthesizers and classic analog synthesizers like the MS-series without any noise or aliasing. The Radias also allows for various external sounds to be fed through its filters and envelopes. It also has the Korg DWGS (Digital Waveform Generator System) that the Korg DW-8000 employs.


  • Arpeggiators:Yes
  • Available Inputs:1/4 Inch Jack Mic input MIDI
  • Available Outputs:1/4 Inch Jack (Balanced) USB
  • Battery/Adaptor Type:AC Adaptor
  • Connectivity:USB
  • Control/User Interface:Rotary Knobs
  • LFOs:2
  • MIDI:Yes
  • Modulation Wheel:Yes
  • Multitimbral:Yes
  • No. of Inputs (1/4-inch):4
  • No. of Outputs (1/4-inch):2
  • Number of Effects:30
  • Number of Keys:49
  • Oscillators:9
  • Pitch Bend:Yes
  • Presets:256
  • Rack Mountable:Yes
  • Sampling:Yes
  • Unit Power Source:AC Adaptor
  • Weighted Keys:No