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Korg Trinity

Digital Synth from Korg belonging to the Trinity series.

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FREAKENCY STUDIO NICE FREAKENCY STUDIO NICE
Published on 09/20/06 at 03:49
More powerful than the Rolands level effetcs insert (three in roro) and 6 or 8 (I c I do most is more too) for the two Trinity + master (however no mastering) is because els often sounds Roland meem no effect contrairemetn insert a Korg that base everything on the effects .. Triton resume the memories of the wave trinity with samples and more. So the quality is the same, some say that the grain was better ..
256 users sounds, replacing the 256 non-fixed plant sounds so crazy in the air ca settings perormances factory .. shame. polyphony just ..

UTILIZATION

Manuel ok
be manipulated to be al home in the menus

SOUNDS

Synth pad sounds faithful to korg, scalable, strings are good, guitar elettric too. acoustic guitar or the piano not are not great.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had the good purchased 6200franc 10 years, good deal for the time
I would take aujourdui still rather the newt as the arpeggiator is a plus, as the sampler but I m ​​not serivrais ..
but I prefer to date the yamaha MotifsES
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