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Korg Kaossilator Pro
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Korg Kaossilator Pro

DJ Effect from Korg belonging to the Kaoss series.

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Voodoo10 Voodoo10
Publié le 05/21/10 à 07:40
Everything has been said in previous opinions in characteristics.
RCA input and output lines and 3.5 for the microphone jack.
Editing software running on Mac too, I shall return.


UTILIZATION

Very easy to use for those who had little Kaoss. Even for beginners it's still a machine accessible.
Seeking, there are features that are not clearly outlined in the manual:
For example, for the arpeggiator, I do not really understand how to use it at the beginning: we must first choose using the switch speed mode and then choose what we want (0.5 by example) then switch back time to have fun with this speed there. If you want to change the speed, it need to go back the other way etc.. Besides the small flaw of this is that famous kaoss switch that is not really accessible at the rear: a button on the front would have been better.

No editions of sound either, it would have been more significant. Maybe in a future update who knows?

As for downloadable software, it allows you to set the config noon and programmable memories. Can save in eight banks, sounds with their own notes and octave interval which saves time live.

SOUND QUALITY

Very good sound especially in stereo effects. Batteries are actually a little more than provided in the small Kaoss. Besides most of the sounds of it have been included.
For some cons make me feel to duplicate as closely (especially in the lower).
The vocoders also pleasantly surprised me:)
In all cases it is a very versatile machine even if it is oriented Electro / Dance.

OVERALL OPINION

Received 15 days there, I'm having always the same with. Within minutes we begin to make the pieces quite complete with.
It's really the logical continuation of previous Kaoss: with the contribution of the 4 loops, it can bring a lot of dynamics and opportunities (including playing with the length and volume loops). And yet I still do not use the line inputs!
It did seem like much this machine, but it has in its belly.

In summary:
The pros:
- Very good sound
- 4 loops
- Backup program.

The -:
- Sounds non-editable (but good with line inputs or SD card can increase the already wide range of sounds available)
- Button mode arpeggiator not very accessible at the rear.
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