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Korg ElecTribe Ea-1 MkII
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Korg ElecTribe Ea-1 MkII

Groove Machine from Korg belonging to the ElecTribe series.

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Anonymous

Korg ElecTribe Ea-1 MkIIPublished on 11/30/07 at 05:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Same as the prcdents users. Data sheet available on the Korg website.

USE

This machine is relatively simple to master. Someone possdant a dj Electribe mkII can do without the manual. In my case, I had the Es1-mkII before it.
As it is often said, the Electribe are very quickly fads perfect condition make rgulierement. This becomes very spontaneous in a live, effect, sound comes immediately to hand. This is a very positive point.
I have so far not opened the manual; however, for a beginner with this kind of hardware, it is very useful.

SONORITS

The sounds integrs suit me perfectly! These are not only good sounds originally, but in addition, if want, to can be modified very......
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Same as the prcdents users. Data sheet available on the Korg website.

USE

This machine is relatively simple to master. Someone possdant a dj Electribe mkII can do without the manual. In my case, I had the Es1-mkII before it.
As it is often said, the Electribe are very quickly fads perfect condition make rgulierement. This becomes very spontaneous in a live, effect, sound comes immediately to hand. This is a very positive point.
I have so far not opened the manual; however, for a beginner with this kind of hardware, it is very useful.

SONORITS

The sounds integrs suit me perfectly! These are not only good sounds originally, but in addition, if want, to can be modified very easily grae oscillators among others, the grs desires and the same musical genre.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use this machine for about 2 weeks. I am very happy and I think never Sparer me, just for synths sounds, it's great!
I have other Electribe [er1 - es1-mkii], but I do not know if you can really compare because it serves as a synth. They do not actually have the same function.
I bought this used machine 100, it is around 120 ct used on average. I think it is a very good report qualitprix.
I find that its price is also the new hit (224).
Xperience with, I would do this choice. For dbuter, it is downright perfect and the price is correct. In short, very good buy for the lctronique music.
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tricostiktricostik

Korg ElecTribe Ea-1 MkIIPublished on 04/12/04 at 10:15
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
System: Analog Modeling
number of parts: 2
Memory: 256 pieces patterns_16
sequencer: 64 not by partie_enregistrement pottars movements (motion sequence) _650500 events (which is too little, the better sequence-ea1 mkII from an external source only problem =).
3 effects on each part: delay, chorus (two each PARAMETERS (eg speed and depht delay mode)) and a distortion.
2 oscillator with 4 curves each modulation oscillator them with 3 types of modulations: ring, sync, cross_possibilit use of an external signal as oscillator, l-ea1 mkII then acts as a resonant filter.
A filter: cutoff, resonance, decay, eg int
Connectors: PHONES: stereo jack
OUTOUTPART1/MIX, PART2) mono jack......
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System: Analog Modeling
number of parts: 2
Memory: 256 pieces patterns_16
sequencer: 64 not by partie_enregistrement pottars movements (motion sequence) _650500 events (which is too little, the better sequence-ea1 mkII from an external source only problem =).
3 effects on each part: delay, chorus (two each PARAMETERS (eg speed and depht delay mode)) and a distortion.
2 oscillator with 4 curves each modulation oscillator them with 3 types of modulations: ring, sync, cross_possibilit use of an external signal as oscillator, l-ea1 mkII then acts as a resonant filter.
A filter: cutoff, resonance, decay, eg int
Connectors: PHONES: stereo jack
OUTOUTPART1/MIX, PART2) mono jack x2
AUDIO IN: mono jack x1
MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH

UTILIZATION

The general setup is super simple like all electribe!

SOUNDS

The name indicates the "analog modeling synthesizer" = c is to modulate the sound, a nya k 1 in the machine.

OVERALL OPINION

I lay for three weeks and and is so easy to use: a regal! Sounds that emerge are "made in korg" warm, round / fat, I'm short conquis.Ce n is certainly not a "virus" but will see the difference in price, this small-ea1 mkII is well worth its weight in gold! Ca c is on!
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neoclashneoclash

Korg ElecTribe Ea-1 MkIIPublished on 09/06/04 at 01:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Well well I just bought at the price and nine mkII ... I do not think it changes much from the previous version except for a solid feel more blatant.

The connectors are complete for a machine of this type:
1 audio in (to use her as an oscillator)
2 audio out (Part I and Part II)

Midi in / out / thru

1 headphone stereo

In short everything you need and more for a machine of this price.
As against the power supply is external (= boring to walk transformer)

UTILIZATION

Super easy to handle. I was so excited that I read the manual a bit and I hacked right away. After it is advantageous to wrestle the manual for advanced functions, but it is very readable despite some......
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Well well I just bought at the price and nine mkII ... I do not think it changes much from the previous version except for a solid feel more blatant.

The connectors are complete for a machine of this type:
1 audio in (to use her as an oscillator)
2 audio out (Part I and Part II)

Midi in / out / thru

1 headphone stereo

In short everything you need and more for a machine of this price.
As against the power supply is external (= boring to walk transformer)

UTILIZATION

Super easy to handle. I was so excited that I read the manual a bit and I hacked right away. After it is advantageous to wrestle the manual for advanced functions, but it is very readable despite some shells.

SOUNDS

The sounds are synth sounds since it is an emulation of good quality. At first I did not use the effects included, and I found a few limited opportunities. The effects can even reach the ground the ethereal style CosmoGIRL Free VSTi for those who know.

Finally I put the 9 quality / price ratio. Indeed, there could be better but much more expensive.
A small regret, however, not in the sinusoidal waveforms of oscilloscope, which seems absurd.

OVERALL OPINION

A good little machine to wait very affordable (like myself) to a synth bigger. A small problem, the parameters like MIDI sync (enslavement by an external sequencer for example) are reset to default when the beast off. It's stupid, be repeated at each re-start. Apart from that there are not too many defects.

I would advise anyone wishing to sound very Appliances and want to tweak in real time.
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Klark DKlark D

Korg ElecTribe Ea-1 MkIIPublished on 03/19/05 at 02:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Ben veiled later. I give my opinion on the ER1 MK2, now co tour
the green, the EA1 MK2:

C then a synth modeling Analogik, ki dj allows a lot of variations
Młoda sound and, despite the fact k'il is only quip of 2 parts.
Well, for me, as beginners, ca good enough for me for now ...

Nivo connections, like c ke the ER1 to the south, say c, an In / Out / Thru ...

UTILIZATION

Confi gnrale is low on the Electribe Otres of so super simple c
used!

With the use ki, I selected an interesting point, well lets ki s'clater:

function keyboard: by activating this function and pressing the rec mode patern and it
Just press play and I play the notes on the keyboard. Then......
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Ben veiled later. I give my opinion on the ER1 MK2, now co tour
the green, the EA1 MK2:

C then a synth modeling Analogik, ki dj allows a lot of variations
Młoda sound and, despite the fact k'il is only quip of 2 parts.
Well, for me, as beginners, ca good enough for me for now ...

Nivo connections, like c ke the ER1 to the south, say c, an In / Out / Thru ...

UTILIZATION

Confi gnrale is low on the Electribe Otres of so super simple c
used!

With the use ki, I selected an interesting point, well lets ki s'clater:

function keyboard: by activating this function and pressing the rec mode patern and it
Just press play and I play the notes on the keyboard. Then register your
Młoda such kel! The BALL! and the motion sekence, ki is available on Otres
Electribe ossi, you can register on any ground movements kel knobs to
modify the / parts of the synth ...

SOUNDS

The sounds are not bad but the original pattern, are by far all in. Excellent.
For my type of sound (tribe, hard tek ...) well i fo edit its reasons, but once again,
eg do we really sore inch dj thing (and especially for the price of the machine (approx. € 300!)

In 4 / 5 days I dj CRER patterns and change my pattern A01 A04 entierment!
(I recall I ke ... beginners)

I almost forgot: the distortion: s'clater also allows much ....! of pure bomb!

OVERALL OPINION

I'm all by my conk EA1/ER1 MK2, ki for the price of the set, allows djbr /> bocoup of things!

The use of these machines is really comfortable, limits dconcertante !!!!...
The report kalitprix of all is correct, even if I did not pay the list price
(I have returned ...) ki is 350 € for the EA1 MK2, and so is the ER1 MK2 ...

They are worth it, and indeed for connoisseurs, these silent machines used by the group
Metek (and also full of ur ...) ki used most of Krog's Tribe!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: ElecTribe Ea-1 MkII
  • Series: ElecTribe
  • Category: Groove Machines
  • Added in our database on: 10/20/2004

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