— Limited Kronos sneak-peek events will give attendees the opportunity to be among the first to get their hands on Korg’s new game-changing, flagship workstation —MELVILLE, NY, March 28, 2011 — Korg announces the Kronos All-Access Party series of events at dealers across the United States throughout April and May. These consumer events give attendees the opportunity to experience the new Kronos Music Workstation first-hand, in an intimate, informative setting. Hosted by select Korg dealers nationwide, these exclusive one-day-only events will include musical performances and open discussions. Korg’s Kronos crew will be on hand to provide live demos and answer questions. Best of all, attendees will be able to try Kronos for themselves. Additionally, everyone attending will be eligible to win free Korg gear: the first 20 guests to arrive at each event will receive a free Kronos t-shirt. There will also be a drawing for a Korg Sound on Sound (SOS) unlimited track hand-held recorder at each event, plus other special one-night-only offers.Kronos All-Access Party events are scheduled as follows:Date Store City, StateWednesday, April 6, 2011 Washington Music Wheaton, MDThursday, April 7, 2011 Sam Ash New York City, NYThursday, April 21, 2011 Alto Music Middletown, NYThursday, April 21, 2011 Bellevue American Music Bellevue, WAWednesday, April 27, 2011 Bananas at Large San Rafael, CAWednesday, May 4, 2011 Ken Stanton Music Marietta, GAThursday, May 5, 2011 Corner Music Nashville, TNThursday, May 12, 2011 Cascio Music New Berlin, WIThursday, May 26, 2011 Sam Ash Miami Lakes, FLFor more information about the Kronos All-Access Party events, please visit http://www.korg.com/allaccessparty.About KronosKronos, Korg’s new flagship music workstation, unites nine individual synthesis engines in a single instrument, each providing the finest sound creation techniques available. Highlights include the SGX-1 piano, with eight stereo unlooped samples for each key; EP-1 electric pianos and the enhanced CX-3 organ; Korg's MOD-7 Waveshaping and VPM synthesis; HD-1 High Definition PCM; STR-1 Plucked String physical modeling; and three different analog modeling synthesizers: MS-20EX, PolysixEX, and AL-1. As a Korg workstation, it is complete with 16 MIDI tracks, 16 audio tracks, Open Sampling System, KARMA, Drum Tracks, 16 effect processors and much more. New performance features include Smooth Sound Transitions and the powerful Set List mode.For more information, please visit www.korg.com.