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synthwalker

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1 Posted on 03/13/2014 at 15:06:43
Entry-Level Redefined
Two years after Kronos, Korg keeps on developing its workstation range ─ this time with its most affordable model yet.

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tkarl

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2 Posted on 08/29/2014 at 22:24:29
VERY complete and comprehensive review. Thanks.
Mike Levine

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3 Posted on 08/30/2014 at 05:28:51
You're welcome! Glad you liked it.
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4 Posted on 06/18/2017 at 10:14:25
Also appreciate the review. Interesting (and greatly appealing) that it also includes an audio recorder, something no other keyboard in this range (or even those the next step above) offer, at least that I have found, which was a little surprising...surely I'm not the only one interested in composing who would like to avoid a DAW. Frankly I get the impression the menus are rather user-unfriendly, but that's my impression of DAWs I've tried as well, so I guess there's a pain point either way :)
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