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Korg Pa80

Keyboard Arranger de la marque Korg appartenant à la série Pa

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Laurent_0810Laurent_0810

Korg Pa80Published on 09/21/06 at 12:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Arranger keyboard 5 octaves
MIDI IN OUT THROUGH, audio spares, connectors for pedals
about 300 styles, impressive numbers of his I have not the account under the eyes, they are edited.
effects section
double sequencer

UTILIZATION

I find it slightly more complicated configuration gnrale (compared to yamaha arrangers on which I have long jou), a certain culture "synthquot; make things easier ;-)
franais manual clear and ample

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since December 2003, this keyboard really sound crazy and styles incredibly practitioner. it is a widely taken. …
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Arranger keyboard 5 octaves
MIDI IN OUT THROUGH, audio spares, connectors for pedals
about 300 styles, impressive numbers of his I have not the account under the eyes, they are edited.
effects section
double sequencer

UTILIZATION

I find it slightly more complicated configuration gnrale (compared to yamaha arrangers on which I have long jou), a certain culture "synthquot; make things easier ;-)
franais manual clear and ample

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since December 2003, this keyboard really sound crazy and styles incredibly practitioner. it is a widely taken.
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tri.tontri.ton

Korg Pa80Published on 06/16/08 at 08:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
5 octave keyboard type not zero because CMME key synth, I me mine is change replace the springs, while the sounds ditables finally so to speak because we can not even r Gler portamento or legato
its good effects that it brings a little can of newt, but the ergonomics let adsir.
I try not to because there are two squenceurs

UTILIZATION

Configuration gnrale Is it easy?
not that for years Lumire the ergonomics of yamaha psr.
The edition of sound effects or is it easy?
yes, but still hold on and change the mode ca say to switch to programming

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using me and I saw 6 of keyboards in my life.
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
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5 octave keyboard type not zero because CMME key synth, I me mine is change replace the springs, while the sounds ditables finally so to speak because we can not even r Gler portamento or legato
its good effects that it brings a little can of newt, but the ergonomics let adsir.
I try not to because there are two squenceurs

UTILIZATION

Configuration gnrale Is it easy?
not that for years Lumire the ergonomics of yamaha psr.
The edition of sound effects or is it easy?
yes, but still hold on and change the mode ca say to switch to programming

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using me and I saw 6 of keyboards in my life.
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
the sound of oriental percussion and accompaniment
no, because beyond those of any default has a default that I find disabling trs, c the fact of having no memory of registration as yamaha psr, ca say can program everything Set on a 512 location memory available
korg has said that c an era synth-arranger with the sounds of the triton, but I say hi-c arc false, because I have a Triton possde I can tell you that not at all the c mm thing.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Pa80
  • Series: Pa
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 11/03/2002

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