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Korg Poly-800
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Korg Poly-800

Analog Synth from Korg .

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Raimus Raimus
Published on 09/06/12 at 13:07
a small cheap keyboard 80, as there can!!
all is said in other reviews

UTILIZATION

The editing is not easy, but with a bit of repetition is remembered easily manipes the most common. Once the operating range it becomes quite simple but still long if you want to be precise.
The problem with this system is that the issue can not act on the fluid. for example there are 99 possible values ​​for the cutoff, and when we act we live above means notches value and not a fluid motion. I do not know if I'm clear, a brief rise cutoff can sometimes be ugly because of it.

SOUNDS

80 to be cheap
opportunity to make pretty cheesy organ, but looked too low it will be the crazy complicated ...
Chorus and pretty without it all be a little bland in this keyboard

OVERALL OPINION

what I like most is the side 80, the least that is the issue ...
I love joystick also very fun
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