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Korg Kross-61

Digital Synth from Korg belonging to the Kross series

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ekmusicprodekmusicprod

Average but friendly product, which slightly disappointed me

Korg Kross-61Published on 09/27/14 at 06:21
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- 61 keys on battery or AC, light and sounds nice

- For details see the technical doc on the web at Korg

UTILIZATION

* Plus:
- Very light synth
- Friendly Performance (but much less numerous than in my late "Korg Microstation" => disappointed)
- Battery operated

* Less:
- Screen too small (even if all options are present, which is a feat;)
- Complete editing software, average ergonomics.
- Finally, I do not like pink or shiny plastic ^^

SOUNDS

Fairly Good sound in general, but a little cold.
For electro, dance is good. The organs and pianos have not convinced me
For compound / studio model in this style is perfect (but below a Roland Fantom kind anyway)

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- 61 keys on battery or AC, light and sounds nice

- For details see the technical doc on the web at Korg

UTILIZATION

* Plus:
- Very light synth
- Friendly Performance (but much less numerous than in my late "Korg Microstation" => disappointed)
- Battery operated

* Less:
- Screen too small (even if all options are present, which is a feat;)
- Complete editing software, average ergonomics.
- Finally, I do not like pink or shiny plastic ^^

SOUNDS

Fairly Good sound in general, but a little cold.
For electro, dance is good. The organs and pianos have not convinced me
For compound / studio model in this style is perfect (but below a Roland Fantom kind anyway)

I try to repeat (style funk, groove), that does not convince me.
(Confirmed when I tried my Kurzweil PC3LE6 in repeat ... nothing to do for this style of zik;)

Honestly I found the sounds (the sax, brass, piano, etc ...) my best and warmest good Korg PA50 (outside the small breath;) ...

OVERALL OPINION

Nice keyboard, great sound opportunity and tools available (sequencer, SVGD SD card ...) but too light and plastic to me ... (the shiny plastic style, I can not finally Personal ..lol ..)

Much less inspiring than the famous little "Korg Microstation" and even my old PA50 .... so after a test for repeated play I found all still a little too "plastic" and a little gadget for the games "live";) .. then after 1 compound that has inspired me this keyboard, I sold it.
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topkorgm1topkorgm1

excellent

Korg Kross-61Published on 02/15/14 at 00:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
61-key touch a dynamic,
hundreds

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple? yes practice

The manual is clear and sufficient? ... we must take the time to read


Editing sounds and effects is it easy? infantile

SOUNDS

the sounds of strings, pianos, guitars, bells are excellent

the pads enough for my taste (I'm a fan of pink Floyd)!

no aftertouch

OVERALL OPINION

2 months

yes full

weight

pads

yes no problem
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Kross-61
  • Series: Kross
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/18/2013

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