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Korg T3

Digital Synth from Korg .

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Korg T3Published on 11/18/03 at 15:43
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CHARACTERISTICS of allchantes even today.
-> Keyboard high quality at significantly suprieur Triton LE, with good dynamics and a good back after touch is identical to the trinity.
-> A 8-track squenceur certainly a little but it has the Exceeds MRIT to exist.
-> A floppy disk drive for backup squence and sounds.
-> A large screen bright enough, the same version as 01W (01W on he pricks soft T?).
-> A polyphony of 16 notes is enough but not too load sheet.
-> Two sries of MIDI.
Face of a killer, yet short on time!

UTILIZATION

Operation is intuitive and easy. Really saying anything, PROG, COMBI, SEQ everything described above and comprhensible. The Korg M1 and T-series......
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CHARACTERISTICS of allchantes even today.
-> Keyboard high quality at significantly suprieur Triton LE, with good dynamics and a good back after touch is identical to the trinity.
-> A 8-track squenceur certainly a little but it has the Exceeds MRIT to exist.
-> A floppy disk drive for backup squence and sounds.
-> A large screen bright enough, the same version as 01W (01W on he pricks soft T?).
-> A polyphony of 16 notes is enough but not too load sheet.
-> Two sries of MIDI.
Face of a killer, yet short on time!

UTILIZATION

Operation is intuitive and easy. Really saying anything, PROG, COMBI, SEQ everything described above and comprhensible. The Korg M1 and T-series are not part of synths for the synthses melted, but there is plenty to enjoy. The filters are not rsons but there are beautiful waveforms.
We can dub sounds of M1

SOUNDS

Sounds have biensur ages. The pianos are dpasss, guitars fairly average, organs also took a slap ... but the standards are low, round, warm, the sax is great, it yammer a sax gnial saturated, the strings are a bit analogue but precisely, they are superb as the correct way trs, the drums are average but what EHJV! it is monstrous. Not really a synthesis of PCHE. The grave is well Submitted!

On the set of origin, the bank prog A is identical to M1, and you can even take the M1 sysex banks and put them in the T3. I do not have M1, I do not know how it sounds, but the T3 is really good.

There are a lot of sounds can be heard on the big blue (jaco bass for example)

OVERALL OPINION

This synth has the mouth, it is beautiful, it has everything you are looking today.

Thanks to the sounds of the M1, we can support thousands of sounds.

The keyboard and screen are its strengths indniables. Well it is a bit heavy, Maisnie precisely it can be used in keypad.
Voil
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Korg T3Published on 08/19/05 at 07:00
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Nothing special ...
M1 is a 2 times more progs, and notch type 01 / W.
Floppy HD
ah, so ... MIDI IN, OUT A x2, B x2 OUT and THROUGH.

UTILIZATION

The edition is amliore sounds from the M1 grace the screen, user-friendly, where you can see the curves of the ADSR ...

SOUNDS

Tablecloths powerful a standard sax, a horn owl, nice organs, pianos and E. gniaux.
Viton acoustic pianos, guitars ...
I had an M1, I have a 01 / W, I know the X3, Trinity, and Tritons, and I think the T3/M1 (same sound) and 01 / W are my prf rs .... (01, to a lesser extent)

Correction: I've realized APRS 1 year I am tired of T3 and not the 01 / W is really a tone even when the top ... I sold my T3......
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Nothing special ...
M1 is a 2 times more progs, and notch type 01 / W.
Floppy HD
ah, so ... MIDI IN, OUT A x2, B x2 OUT and THROUGH.

UTILIZATION

The edition is amliore sounds from the M1 grace the screen, user-friendly, where you can see the curves of the ADSR ...

SOUNDS

Tablecloths powerful a standard sax, a horn owl, nice organs, pianos and E. gniaux.
Viton acoustic pianos, guitars ...
I had an M1, I have a 01 / W, I know the X3, Trinity, and Tritons, and I think the T3/M1 (same sound) and 01 / W are my prf rs .... (01, to a lesser extent)

Correction: I've realized APRS 1 year I am tired of T3 and not the 01 / W is really a tone even when the top ... I sold my T3 and I do not regret it ...

OVERALL OPINION

Gnial, powerful, the legends M1 amlior I bought just enough time for a personal musical project, to find the sounds of my ex M1, but I think I'll keep the end ...

Correction: I've realized APRS 1 year I am tired of T3 and not the 01 / W is really a tone even when the top ... I sold my T3 and I do not regret it ...
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Korg T3Published on 01/18/06 at 05:41
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The Korg T3!
Here is a machine that is good!
And why is it better than others at that time and even long after .... ?
Because it's simply Korg.
I have a T3 since Dec. 89 I had spent hundreds of hours over
Studio concert event repeats ... nothing to say I can even assure you that I never changed the internal battery.

UTILIZATION

The floppy drive works great
The switches in all works well (perhaps the only point I have always found a bit weak)
The body is solid! reliable connections
So all that to say that today with other Korg synth (Korg Triton Rack, extreme 88)
T3 would be if my HS I find another soon.

SOUNDS

Side sounds: If you like the big analog sound then......
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The Korg T3!
Here is a machine that is good!
And why is it better than others at that time and even long after .... ?
Because it's simply Korg.
I have a T3 since Dec. 89 I had spent hundreds of hours over
Studio concert event repeats ... nothing to say I can even assure you that I never changed the internal battery.

UTILIZATION

The floppy drive works great
The switches in all works well (perhaps the only point I have always found a bit weak)
The body is solid! reliable connections
So all that to say that today with other Korg synth (Korg Triton Rack, extreme 88)
T3 would be if my HS I find another soon.

SOUNDS

Side sounds: If you like the big analog sound then you will be served.
For acoustic sounds: trumpet and sax are excellent in general copper
For the pianos: Rhodes electric harpsichord nothing to say
Classical piano: EX Boff except T3 which has a 512 MB RAM with the piano's T1 is still the best quality.
ah low low: they make you loose your seat,
well when you tweak the patches you get synthbass terrible .. asked Jarre you will see!
The percussion: are generally good but difficult because the effects sequencer mode gaps
but you can make out the sound gross outputs 3 and 4 and then add effects later.

OVERALL OPINION

In short side sounds you what to do patches on its Internet easy to find
then if you have a concern on this side please contact me I have 15,000
effects: very good quality for the time possibility of two effects in parallel or in series,
assign a sound to one or two of the four mode output sequencer and other sounds on other outings with a different effect.
You want a deadline for a synth and a chorus for a sax do not worry just set the output for each instrument
regret sequencer side, there is no MIDI File, for it against all the features to make quality movies.

Here for other questions I am available
But frankly it's a purchase with eyes closed
Korg thank you ...
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" Excellent machine"

Korg T3Published on 09/24/10 at 07:06
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Specifications are also widely described here, so I will not dwell on it.

UTILIZATION

The config is simple to understand. In this regard, the manual is exemplary, very good "size. Furthermore, such a" step "is given to create a complete song on the sequencer.
The sound editing is also simple, and the display of the curves makes adjustments.

SOUNDS

The sounds are very versatile. Some will say today, "typed the 80" ... I say "sufficiently versatile and adjustable" to fit many types of music. I did al variety for years with this keyboard. Nothing to say, with a few hours tweaking sounds and combis, I always had the sound (not necessarily the "disc"!) But the big sound that would......
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Specifications are also widely described here, so I will not dwell on it.

UTILIZATION

The config is simple to understand. In this regard, the manual is exemplary, very good "size. Furthermore, such a" step "is given to create a complete song on the sequencer.
The sound editing is also simple, and the display of the curves makes adjustments.

SOUNDS

The sounds are very versatile. Some will say today, "typed the 80" ... I say "sufficiently versatile and adjustable" to fit many types of music. I did al variety for years with this keyboard. Nothing to say, with a few hours tweaking sounds and combis, I always had the sound (not necessarily the "disc"!) But the big sound that would bien.A example, there is a sax saturated with a "growl" as I've never found. The audience was blown away every time! : O))
The effects, fewer than the current keyboards course, are still effective and have always given me satisfaction, even "at home".

OVERALL OPINION

Used for fifteen years, it is now casual.
Previously, I had a poly-61 ... another world.
What I love most: the ease of editing sounds.
What Fishing format "exotic" floppy drive which makes it impossible to read on a computer.

The value for money for the time was right. It was a must to Korg, the big American bikes were overpriced .. If I had to turn back time, I certainly would do that choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: T3
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2004

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