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Korg T3 Ex

Digital Synth from Korg

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nibulnibul

Korg T3 ExPublished on 01/20/06 at 03:51
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It is an old synth I know nanmoins, it is excellent.

UTILIZATION

He may be accused of not having a keyboard large enough, the interface is not friendly trs. But with a little patience and the manual cot it shall implement the least of your DSIR

SOUNDS

They are all made ralistes, the piano is excellent. Attacks are also boen trs.
make a few fun effects sleeves trs

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 4 years now, I love the sound it provides and its ability, what I regret is the lack of buttons and menus convialit. With a little practice, you eventually get used to it …
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It is an old synth I know nanmoins, it is excellent.

UTILIZATION

He may be accused of not having a keyboard large enough, the interface is not friendly trs. But with a little patience and the manual cot it shall implement the least of your DSIR

SOUNDS

They are all made ralistes, the piano is excellent. Attacks are also boen trs.
make a few fun effects sleeves trs

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 4 years now, I love the sound it provides and its ability, what I regret is the lack of buttons and menus convialit. With a little practice, you eventually get used to it
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sinclarsinclar

Very nice and very good

Korg T3 ExPublished on 10/03/11 at 03:16
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Series M1 and T3 in 5 octaves is very beautiful, synths have the curve and a very nice presentation, pleasing to the eye.
I had an M1 early 90s that I sold and I just buy a T3Ex offering better management of sound through the disk. I go back 15 years ago by rediscovering the sounds of those in the T3 + M1 that I did not know and I am very pleasantly surprised.

UTILIZATION

Very simple, very simple editing sounds ... With the M1, I just used the manual and with the T3, I find myself without a problem (such as cycling)

SOUNDS

For sounds, some aging is normal but at the same time a sound is a sound, large or narrow, it can find its place in a mix.
The sound palette is very broad,...…
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Series M1 and T3 in 5 octaves is very beautiful, synths have the curve and a very nice presentation, pleasing to the eye.
I had an M1 early 90s that I sold and I just buy a T3Ex offering better management of sound through the disk. I go back 15 years ago by rediscovering the sounds of those in the T3 + M1 that I did not know and I am very pleasantly surprised.

UTILIZATION

Very simple, very simple editing sounds ... With the M1, I just used the manual and with the T3, I find myself without a problem (such as cycling)

SOUNDS

For sounds, some aging is normal but at the same time a sound is a sound, large or narrow, it can find its place in a mix.
The sound palette is very broad, beautiful tablecloths with breathtaking! The bass sounds are incredible and battery kit too.

In fact for me, the sounds that are oriented aged brass ... Everything else is great.
The grand piano sound is impressive, bcp more than the M1, which has been widely used anyway.

OVERALL OPINION

I rediscovered this series of synth with great pleasure and fiddling sounds, I think the results will be "atomic"!
Very nice synth.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: T3 Ex
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2004

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