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Korg microKORG
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Korg microKORG

Analog Modeling Synth from Korg belonging to the micro series.

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HanHuman HanHuman

«  Can go very far »

Publié le 05/05/11 à 11:43
Korg's website
4 notes max polyphony has not forgotten

UTILIZATION

Quickly through the main button and the 16 banks by categories (2x8) is accessed by a panel more or less interesting sounds. While some may have little interest at first, it nevertheless remain a base from which to adjustments.
If we focus on these orders and 5 other knobs on the top right. The use could not be more simple and extremely intuitive. There are already really what to do especially if one adds its own external effects already mastered so well. I think they have managed to make good thick bass and good textures. It remains an analog simulator and not a "pure analog" but for me it is good (my opinion). For after effects, and there is a package, the instructions needed to quickly learn a bit or are put off. I am very far from having been around and almost every time I have some good surprises.

SOUNDS

It's good to know before any use to which you want to earmark this keyboard.
Jle is very good, and that's why I took him to create sounds, fx, tablecloths, etc. melodies. I do not want to speculate but the velocity does not mark me, er y 'has a ...? As I often find good to see which group is using this stuff, for what purpose ... and especially some youtube videos are a little démistifier everything.

OVERALL OPINION

Buy a y 'years may close.
Not really tried other similar before but peel off the net like crazy for me the idea as precisely as possible.
The principle of 'plug and play, versatile, small, powerful, focused and vintage vocoder (yeah it can be fun) I do not regret anything.
Value for money I would say OK. Must be a price eh?
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