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Korg Trinity

Digital Synth from Korg belonging to the Trinity series.

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Published on 07/03/06 at 05:47
Keyboard Workstation ... 61 keys
Controller: switch, sustain, modulation ...
Connectors: MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH ... four audio output jack type 6.35-1 headphone
+ (Optional) e / s and two SPDIF audio input jack type 6.35.
128 preset programs, 128 assignable
256 multi-samples
Synthse PCM, touch screen to edit the sounds, mixer, recording, sampler ...
No utility software ...
Polyphony ?.... Corsican ...

UTILIZATION

The config is pretty simple ... gnrale
The edition is of sound through the touch screen (which still works as well APRS ten years of intensive use ...
The manual is enough ... trs but big ... with optional SPDIF I had 5 books ...
trs is well made ... but it took me two years to go around ...

SOUNDS

In his time, Trinity offered a range of sounds ralistes ... In any case, ralistes more than most machines of the era ... you can not imagine what it was up to me to spend my old Yamaha V50 scne the box of ...
The piano finally looked like pianos ... sounds, as a general rule taient ralistes that much on my workstation Previous ...
Today ... they no longer hold the road against the diffrent solutions provided by the computer ...
At the effects section ... chauqe track is assignable ... 2 effects per track ... + 2 master effects ... plutt they are effective ...
The sounds that I prfre ... pianos, tablecloths ... some brass (including a small mute trumpet which I always use), some drum kits ... few organs that I use also still ...

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OVERALL OPINION

For ten years I have ... he has aged, it sr ... but the era I reminds, there was no large potential at the computer and this little synth silent simply the best of the moment (it does rev quickly adopted in all the world ...)... scnes in addition, with the audio (in otion), the use of loops and audio recording made him the only workstation complte ... complte but really ... ADDED, dozens of sound banks ...
The big plus: the touch screen that allows you to grate all ... everything ... trs and intuitively ...
The least ... its ge ... sound gnral Exceeds ...
Bought 20,000 francs (13,000 francs original price 7000 + for audio) ... I would say that the report qualitprix ... for the era ... silent justification ...
Today we have much more for much less ... then ...
So, overall, I would have put at least 7 or 8 years before the turn of the bte ... plutt is not bad ... 8 years APRS your purchase, you still discovering the possibilities that you did not even imagine ...
Korg really good job of trs when he wants ...
But ... with exprience ... I achter a new ... or direct me to a "any computer" ... keeping the trinity as keyboard matre ... I'm dj ...
Voil ... Korg same hat when ...
If you want to get hold of an opportunity 'of good quality, head to this type of product ... if your pro and regular of "machines" ... dj you know you can do better ... but what price now? ...
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