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Korg 03R/WPublished on 01/17/04 at 08:20
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Trs surprised that there are no reviews for this great toy! I bought it about 10 years ago, and I use it mainly for his always fabulous ground and curls ..... I must have at all (APRS programming) a 50 groin ground diff Annuities! for those who love the ambience and new age athmosphre, this is an excellent rack that can be found not chr today!

also excellent crystalline sounds for mlodiques THEME! I recommend it, and I use it for my 5m album yet ....

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Korg 03R/WPublished on 05/17/07 at 02:40
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Quite agree with directtodreams, trs good machine, trs reliable (I've had more than 10 years as well).
Expander for gnration 01W (without wave shaping), based synthse AI2 PCM samples.
100 Programs (single sounds), 100 Combis (multimbrales, layers, including layers by VLOC splits), Mode 1 General Midi sounds with 128 GM (GM compatibility level 1).
Extensions card, a PCM slot and one solt Programs / Combis. I have the ethnic map (pcm + Program and combis), excellent, and also the best of M1-T1, the era home dniche Synth Diffusion Toulouse (which no longer exist), and j 'have a couple RAM card (200 Programs and 200 combis).

M1-T1 card is good too.

The card has the Keyboard......
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Quite agree with directtodreams, trs good machine, trs reliable (I've had more than 10 years as well).
Expander for gnration 01W (without wave shaping), based synthse AI2 PCM samples.
100 Programs (single sounds), 100 Combis (multimbrales, layers, including layers by VLOC splits), Mode 1 General Midi sounds with 128 GM (GM compatibility level 1).
Extensions card, a PCM slot and one solt Programs / Combis. I have the ethnic map (pcm + Program and combis), excellent, and also the best of M1-T1, the era home dniche Synth Diffusion Toulouse (which no longer exist), and j 'have a couple RAM card (200 Programs and 200 combis).

M1-T1 card is good too.

The card has the Keyboard inconvnient trs to have some new samples, the acoustic piano taking the whole place just prs ...

Stereo outputs + 4 audio outputs spares, trio twelve o'clock

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The edition of sounds is a complex of small screen ... Publisher PC board. Full manual trs.

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As in the opinion Previous, the pad sounds great, trs typs Korg. Ideal for all that is hovering-ambient-new age.

Not bad sound findable on the net with orientation Dance too, but I do know the least ...

Considering the price in time, unrivaled sound card to replace a medium for playing midi files, output level and audio quality poustouflants.

A lot of acoustic sounds as correct trs.

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I use it for more than 10 years, he had replaced a Roland D110 era.

I always use for my compositions, associated with my and my DX 11 Korg PA 50.

Trs INTERESTED bargain price, the major difficulty is to find cards that are more Whereas on this machine (like the 01W for that matter).
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Korg 03R/WPublished on 05/13/11 at 03:16
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I bought this expander because:

My first rack was a small but very successful Korg 05RW. he had made a strong impression. and then I sold it 10 years ago to the m'achter roland JV2080. But I really missed.

Today I have the equipment rack 19, and 03 seemed like a good alternative. This is quite consistent with the memory I had in terms of sound, but the original programs that are clearly outdated.

However, there is, if one gives way to some cool sounds if you tinker. The problem is the screen and key size. why the remote RE1 is highly recommended!

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I bought this expander because:

My first rack was a small but very successful Korg 05RW. he had made a strong impression. and then I sold it 10 years ago to the m'achter roland JV2080. But I really missed.

Today I have the equipment rack 19, and 03 seemed like a good alternative. This is quite consistent with the memory I had in terms of sound, but the original programs that are clearly outdated.

However, there is, if one gives way to some cool sounds if you tinker. The problem is the screen and key size. why the remote RE1 is highly recommended!

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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: 03R/W
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 08/27/2008

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Other names: 03r w, 03rw, 03 r w, 03 rw, 03 r/w, 03r/w

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