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Korg M1R

Digital Synth Rack/Sound Module from Korg belonging to the M1 series.

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Korg M1RPublié le 03/05/04 à 08:45
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This is the version of the M1 2U rack.
100 programs and 100 combis that use multiple programs shuffled, splitter, just a. ..
2 Stereo outputs, connectors complte twelve o'clock (in, out, through) and pedals.
Insrer possibility of expansion cards, but I have not.
Ditables SoundDiver sound via, among others.

UTILIZATION

Ben me and here I just branch.
I use ready-made banks, mostly provided by the former owner of the BTE, Zill my friend.
Not making the top, I have not the manual, but works pretty well.

SOUNDS

Sounds sounds stunning. Clearly, the M1 / ​​M1R produces sounds trs typs, unmistakable.
I used primarily for reproducing natural instruments, so I vir all......
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This is the version of the M1 2U rack.
100 programs and 100 combis that use multiple programs shuffled, splitter, just a. ..
2 Stereo outputs, connectors complte twelve o'clock (in, out, through) and pedals.
Insrer possibility of expansion cards, but I have not.
Ditables SoundDiver sound via, among others.

UTILIZATION

Ben me and here I just branch.
I use ready-made banks, mostly provided by the former owner of the BTE, Zill my friend.
Not making the top, I have not the manual, but works pretty well.

SOUNDS

Sounds sounds stunning. Clearly, the M1 / ​​M1R produces sounds trs typs, unmistakable.
I used primarily for reproducing natural instruments, so I vir all leads, tablecloths, and other presets for which I am better. Yet they taient trs good ...

Basses are good, keyboards (organ, rhodes ,...) great, the strings honest, but the big Slap it with the winds! Flte superb brass mistake, wood really extras ...

OVERALL OPINION

The expander does what I ask, o note that some may seem EXAGRES seen the age of the BCAN ...
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: M1R
  • Series: M1
  • Category: Digital Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 08/27/2008

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Other names: m1r, m 1r, m1 r

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