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Korg micro X

Digital Synth from Korg belonging to the micro series.

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Korg micro XPublished on 08/05/07 at 07:10
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Do not forget to also see the opinion on the Micro X White !!!

It's here:
https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index,idproduit,87769,mao,korg_micro_x_bc.html

Apart from the color, it's the same ...;-)

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Korg micro XPublished on 04/22/08 at 07:09
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Idem

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Korg Configuration
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SONORITS

So I trouche that the sounds are excellent including electro. I had a Triton LE and it outperforms from very far away. The sounds are pchus, warm, good grain. I galemebnt a RADIAS well modliation between analog and Micro X, I find it more complete. The presets are very good and very numerous and sound really PRO.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 3 months. For the price, it's a bomb, and yet I have tried synths. I do it for revendrais no current synth.
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Korg micro XPublished on 04/22/08 at 07:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Idem

USE

Korg Configuration
Edition niquelle with editor
OK Manual

SONORITS

So I trouche that the sounds are excellent including electro. I had a Triton LE and it outperforms from very far away. The sounds are pchus, warm, good grain. I galemebnt a RADIAS well modliation between analog and Micro X, I find it more complete. The presets are very good and very numerous and sound really PRO.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 3 months. For the price, it's a bomb, and yet I have tried synths. I do it for revendrais no current synth.
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Korg micro XPublished on 11/22/09 at 07:24
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See website Korg.com

USE

Super simple to use: just plug and play !! ;-)dropoff Window

Otherwise, there is the "MicroX Editor", small software supplied with the synth, which installs itself (PC or Mac) and allows you to manage and edit sounds (including through Cubase or Logic, in which the software appears as a VST).

The software remade the inventory of the synth at each branch, so it takes into account both your characters sound. and reminds the sequencer sounds for your compo.

Although convenient, this!

SOUNDS

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See website Korg.com

USE

Super simple to use: just plug and play !! ;-)dropoff Window

Otherwise, there is the "MicroX Editor", small software supplied with the synth, which installs itself (PC or Mac) and allows you to manage and edit sounds (including through Cubase or Logic, in which the software appears as a VST).

The software remade the inventory of the synth at each branch, so it takes into account both your characters sound. and reminds the sequencer sounds for your compo.

Although convenient, this!

SOUNDS

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Besides, if you look at the characteristics of the microX and the X50 is the smallest that has the largest bank of sounds and the most memory !!! Weird, but nice for the owners of small microX <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /></span> </div> <span style="font-family: Times; font-size: small;">

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It's good big sound Korg as we like, in a small keyboard (2 octaves, normal keys).
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NOTICE GLOBAL

The only downside for me is that two octaves, it is for transportation, but when the synth rest at home throughout the year, we would have liked microX make a few more inches in width, and we offers 3 octaves. Anyway, the "Octave" button is placed under the left hand, and held notes remain when octave changes, then we cope ...

So, personally, I love this little synth;-)
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: micro X
  • Series: micro
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 11/24/2007

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