stompboxjon 05/17/2012

Korg D32XD : stompboxjon's user review

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The Korg D32XD is a pretty good workstation that can record 16 or 32 tracks depending on which one you actually have. They faders can also move on their own with automation, it kind of reminds me of a pro tools board that I have used years ago. Difference is this is much more affordable than the pro tools unit. That doesn’t mean that this unit is cheap in price because its not. It will cost a decent amount of money to own, but by having the Korg D32XD you will have a full studio right at your fingertips.


The Korg D32XD is a full studio right in front of you in a box. You will be able to record several tracks simultaneously in different formats of files. The machine its self is very stable I didn’t have any problems with it at all, unlike some computers most hard ware is a lot more stable and wont have internal failures.


Sounds are pretty good, only thing that I think could have been better to me is if they spent some more time on the filters and effects. Not that they arent good but I just wish that their where more of them. Just seems like for a unit this size and price you should have a lot more effects. But the ones they have are good.


Overall, it’s a great unit and I still love hardware. I remember what it was like 15 years ago when almost everything was hardware and software really didn’t exist. Hardware is making a come back though because people still feel the need to want to have a device they can actually be hands on with and not like a software. I loved the Korg D32XD and I think it has been upgraded a lot since it came out years ago. But you can never go wrong with a full studio in a hardware form.