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Korg Exb - Pcm05

Patch/Program Bank from Korg belonging to the EXB series.

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Korg Exb - Pcm05Publié le 12/18/06 à 02:23
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- How long have you use it? I use it for one month

- What is the particular feature you like best and least? The least: It trs ch **** install from the roland is vritablement plug n play. L there must be the OS of the machine and then install the ROM days and finally save custom settings in memory (in the crasis users ...). Plus: acid gives a little color palette sound dj consquente in newts ...

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir? I have a SRJV04 Vintage Roland

- How do you report qualitprix? Today, these cards are cheap on Ebay and worth it for some (the vintage among others). The sounds are of good quality. They are trs orients Lead Acid and especially with the......
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- How long have you use it? I use it for one month

- What is the particular feature you like best and least? The least: It trs ch **** install from the roland is vritablement plug n play. L there must be the OS of the machine and then install the ROM days and finally save custom settings in memory (in the crasis users ...). Plus: acid gives a little color palette sound dj consquente in newts ...

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir? I have a SRJV04 Vintage Roland

- How do you report qualitprix? Today, these cards are cheap on Ebay and worth it for some (the vintage among others). The sounds are of good quality. They are trs orients Lead Acid and especially with the sounds of the brand. Korg does not venture in others. It is not worth the 200 300 displays the output of these cards over and SRJV Roland SRX ...

- With the exprience, you do again this choice?. Pay 70 new ... Yes no problem.
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Korg Exb - Pcm05Publié le 01/16/07 à 00:49
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I had purchased along with my Triton rack, There are about 5 years because I'm quite fond of sound "vintage", and at that time there were not many plug ins that now
and anyway I begin Music I knew very little.

I had paid - for 1000 francs, which at the time seemed like a good quality / price ratio compared to roland expansion cards more expensive and less. (I used a JV1080 in an association ). So I think it was a good quailté / price at the time ... now with the plug ins is something else.

The advantage is that Live, and even in the studio, it sounds forth without taking the head!

Now in the era of plug ins, I'm not to repeat the choice (for the home studio anyway), especially......
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I had purchased along with my Triton rack, There are about 5 years because I'm quite fond of sound "vintage", and at that time there were not many plug ins that now
and anyway I begin Music I knew very little.

I had paid - for 1000 francs, which at the time seemed like a good quality / price ratio compared to roland expansion cards more expensive and less. (I used a JV1080 in an association ). So I think it was a good quailté / price at the time ... now with the plug ins is something else.

The advantage is that Live, and even in the studio, it sounds forth without taking the head!

Now in the era of plug ins, I'm not to repeat the choice (for the home studio anyway), especially at 220 euros nine card: It's madness!!

But on occasion, and if you are more oriented and want to live any kind of vintage sounds that sound just by turning a knob or pressing the screen's keyboard, this card deserves attention.
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" Not bad but. .."

Korg Exb - Pcm05Publié le 10/25/10 à 12:44
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I bought this expansion to have more modern sounds, in fact I regret that when installing an expansion, having to sacrifice a RAM bank (C or D) for new sounds . Ultimately, it is best to buy an available R3 than this extension ... at least that's my opinion. It adds something certainly, sounds more techno, but I prefer to make my sounds off in this area. Still a plug-in is cheaper and yields more:) lol





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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Exb - Pcm05
  • Series: EXB
  • Category: Patch/Program Banks
  • Added in our database on: 05/27/2003

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Other names: exb pcm05, exbpcm05, exb pcm 05, exb pcm05

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