KORG app Help Center

How can I contact support?

If you have questions about the product, please contact the Korg distributor for the country in which you purchased it.

Information to provide when contacting us

In order for us to help you, we’ll need the following information since product support cannot be provided without it.

  • Your name (full name) 
  • Name and version of the app (you can view this from the Korg logon in the upper part of the main screen) 
  • Name of the device you’re using (provide details of the model name and generation) 
  • OS version ・ Your question (in as much detail as possible)

Before you contact us, check whether your question might already be answered in the quick guide, this help center, or the user forum. Please be aware that we cannot answer questions that are not regarding the app itself, such as questions about basic operation of your device, or general questions on creating songs or sounds.

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    Cyril Clement
    Hi, I'm sorry to write directly to you but I couldn't find any solution or explanation on the behavior of iMS-20 when using the "edit sound" mode from drum parts. When entering this edit sound, the app automatically display an endless 4 repetitive notes pattern. It's very annoying, it's like there's a "ghost" sequence with a sound on the 1st, 5th, 9th and 13th. When you edit a kick drum sound, you can get use to it, but when editing a cymbal or snare, it gives you an headache after 10' ! Could you tell me if there a way to edit the drum sound exactly like the synth, and avoiding this automatic sequence which is impossible to shut off. Thank you for your attention and your help. And while I'm writing to you, could you tell me if the new NanoKEY Studio will be perfectly compatible on an iPad Pro running on iOS 9 ? If this is the case, I pass my order immediately! True Regards, Cyril Clément
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    Steve Sauve

    Just adding my voice to the disappointed chorus...

    Why would such fantastic synths as iPolySix and iMS20, apps that Korg continues to profit from, not support something so basic as MIDI sync?

    WIST is nowhere. Ableton Link is out there.

    C'mon Korg, get into the 21st Century! MIDI Sync has been a thing for, like, 35 years, for cripes sake!

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