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Korg microSAMPLER
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Korg microSAMPLER

Sampler from Korg belonging to the micro series.

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Roland Topel Roland Topel

« Easy to use Sampling Keyboard »

Published on 03/09/19 at 15:00
Value For Money : Correct
Audience: Beginners
Pro: Recessed Knobs, Ease of Use. Battery Powered, Lightweight but rugged, Sample Transfer to/from Computer via USB. Free Sample Editor, Bonus free Sample Library as download via Korg Website, Flash Ram keeps Your Creations even when Batteries are empty, Helpful Sampling/Resampling modes, gooseneck microphone, very good effects
Contra: Limited Memory, Awful & childish Hip Hop Preset Bank, No ADSR for samples (DR instead) No release when in sample loop mode. Keyboard Mode does not support Multi samples. No velocity zones. Sequencer recording only live recording, no step sequencing, no editing of sequences, Extremely loud(!!!!) Metronome, not editable, one effect for entire Bank....
8 note polyphony
My opinion: Do not pay more than 100€, this sampler is a toy.
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