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Korg SV-1 73

Digital Piano from Korg belonging to the SV-1 series

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«  Perfect if you know what we want to do! »

Published on 02/13/12 at 01:09
First thing to say you should always know why and especially how to use a product you buy!

Here we not buy one thinking sv1 kronos or a rival in the world of computer music with an ivory piano!

I bought it primarily because I'm a fan of Wurlitzer and Fender Rhodes others!
Indeed it offers good sound well sampled in a machine with a vintage aesthetic pleasant and reminds us the old standard!

I would further clarify for her that this is the only (except the kronos) proposes that in addition to guitar amp simulations which is very valuable!

It allows another to have these two electric pianos without hurting the wallet and enables gains as a smaller footprint and less restrictive movement!
We can compare this principle with a fan of Hammond that the absence of a team of roadies and a truck can find the happy with the use of an electro north!

The piano samples are as successful and will be in their place on stage but not in the studio!
I will not speak of other sounds that have nothing to do with this keyboard!

Finally as a midi keyboard he's great with his touch to control your vst piano example

So I recommend to fans of old EP and the keyboard players looking for a superb MIDI keyboard!
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