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Korg Pa3X Le

Keyboard Arranger from Korg belonging to the Pa series.

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Sampling is also on the menu of the new PA3X Le professional arranger keyboard that Korg introduces today.

The PA3X Le comprises the sounds of the original PA3X in a more affordable 76-key model. Along with the built-in sounds, the arranger offers 192MB of memory to store your own samples or extensions. You’ll also find the same 7” color touchscreen as on the PA3X, along with a dual MP3 player/recorder, a dual sequencer compatible with MP3+Graphics which that displays on both the built-in screen and an external monitor lyrics, scores and graphics during the MP3 playback.

Korg also called TC-Helicon to provide a 3-voice harmonizer with 4 dedicated effects and speaking of effects, the PA3X Le offers 4 stereo multi-effects with 125 types of effects as well as a global limiter and EQ. A chord sequencer is also available, with a Style Play mode records chord progressions on the fly.

 

 

Specifications:

  • 76 semi-weighted, velocity-sensitive keys with aftertouch
  • Kord EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) sound generator
  • 128 voices of polyphony / 128 oscillators
  • Filters with resonance
  • 3-band EQ per track
  • Up to 4 digital multi-effects, 125 master effects and 2 global effects
  • 3-voice Harmonizer from TC-Helicon with reverb, delay, compressor and EQ
  • More than 1100 sounds and 90 drum kits
  • 512 sounds and 128 drum kits for the user memory
  • 9 digital drawbars
  • Built-in sampler: WAV, AIFF, SoundFont and Korg formats, WAV and AIFF export, Time Slice and edit
  • More than 410 editable Styles, 1200 Style memory with the Favorite banks
  • Chord sequencer
  • 320 slots for real time performances as well as a special My Setting performance
  • XDS Crossfade Dual Sequencer Player for two players with select, start/stop, home, backward and forward controls, X-fader, dual display of lyrics, scores and graphics, markers and Jukebox feature
  • MP3 player/recorder with time stretcher (±30%) and transpose (+6 / -5 semitones) and voice cancel
  • 16-track sequencer with quick record, multitrack and step record ; native SMF format
  • Entirely programmable Songbook database with order and filtering
  • 4 assignable pads + Stop button ; Pad Record feature
  • Controls: global volume, fade in/out, ensemble, octave transpose, Master transpose, Keyboard Acc/Song Balance volume, style change, STS, mic volume, effect volume, mic on/off and preset, harmonizer on/off, tempo +/- and tempo lock, search, shift, chord scan, split, sound select
  • Joystick for pitch and modulation
  • 3 assignable switches
  • Built-in metronome
  • Right/Left mic inputs with volume
  • Right/Left line inputs
  • Right/Left audio outputs
  • Front headphone outputs
  • RCA video output
  • MIDI In and Out
  • USB to MIDI
  • 2 USB Type A and B ports
  • 7” TouchView TFT color display
  • Pedal input
  • Dimensions: 1195 x 356 x 121mm
  • Weight: 13.55kg

Korg also announces various optional accessories, including the PaAS amplifying system, EXP-2 foot controller, XVP-10 volume/expression pedal, DS-1H damper pedal and PS-1/PS-3 switch pedals.

Suggested retail price of this new Korg PA3X Le is 2499€ incl. taxes. Visit www.korg.com for more info.

 

 

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