64 sounds, 64 combis
2 MIDI ports with 2 outputs each
2 zones internal / 8 external
Controller: Pitch / Modulation, 3 pedals swtich 4, 4 sliders, aftertouch, all programmable
The keyboard is nice trs, less than that of a Kawai simulation with a hammer but also much less lugging heavy.
Trs gnral simple.
A single large or standard regret not Sparer the two inner zones on DIFFERENT MIDI channels for example playing a piano on the SG and an organ from a keyboard command collection outdoor. This is THE default of SG. I put it to 6, otherwise would have t ... 10
Excellent sound, may be just a little regret on the water ... that is not transcendent, if not to say anything about pianos and organs.
I use it for 3 years, this keyboard is excellent in all respects, is the finitoin pluttrussie, but if a bit basic.
My only regret sparation internal areas impossible.
Besides it is perfect
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Glorfindel_II's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Regarding this point, I think it's a machine complte: 2 doubles ports noon 1 In, 1 Through,
connection to a damper, a switch and volume pedals of CONTRL type, Bend and Modulation,
Knobs 4 assignable switches and four associates and a 5-band equalizer VERY useful (the SG-ProX is just a bit in the bass).
For cons, the silent Deliv naked Korg and accessories are relatively expensive.
Touch is, for me, a must in the Contents. It is dTRON than that of the Triton Studio 88 or Motif 8 (which are the same).
Patches are trs simple to implement, I have now three minutes to patch a "Performance" with two internal and two external sounds ....
Simple to use, the sliders are good and flexible, accessible though the buttons a bit too small but no big deal!
At the manual, it is simple and clear.
SG-ProX user for 5 1 / 2 years, I am satisfied with the machine as a whole. At his is the Korg ... This means that the samples are full extent of the effects. But hey, when starts the "Stage Piano", you quickly forget what dtail .... Then it's the "classic" mean by the piano, EP, clavinet, string ensemble, bass ... and some synths sounds (including a "Synth Brass" do everything).
For me, the keyboard scene par excellence: not too heavy transport (compared Akai ....), rsistant (I change my rubbers now!), It lacks some keyboard functions matre leaving the A90 at Roland with 4 assignable outputs and activated in real time ahead for this use.