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Korg ElecTribe Es-1 MkII
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Korg ElecTribe Es-1 MkII

Sampling Sequencer from Korg belonging to the ElecTribe series.

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Jaafar Jaafar
Published on 09/09/05 at 19:48
- Twelve o'clock connection complte
- 85 seconds of sample in memory. 9 chergeables by smart media memory. In one-shot made even when no harm. Samples ditables live (max two effects) or rchantillonage (two effects SERIES infinity). No utility pc.
- Effects section "minimum LGAL" but very useful live.
- Squenceur 11 tracks (5 Polyphonic one shot samples, two pairs of alternating one-shot samples, a time slice, an audio in) more emphasis track, one of four measures binary or ternary (16 or 12 steps per measure )

UTILIZATION

- Configuration? connect the power and turn it
- All functions faade
- Manual useless!

SOUNDS

- Varis and sounds included suffisemmet ditable s to be retained almost all!
- Basic sounds brushing largely acoustic drum kist and sounds more Technodes; chantillonage reasonable
- Effects extremely effective, well AAPT to live, although sr do no match a rack ddibr /> - non-sensitive pads, but the VLOC utiliss exceptionally So goes a carefree, not a finger Akai play, either ... E knobs effects of delay trsrceptifs but unfortunately a little fragile
- His big, warm, well to be trs bass snares or chattered, the brass quickly become thinner by trs Plastiq against

OVERALL OPINION

- Intensive use for 6 months, it is the basis of almost all my songs!
- I connect the headphones to work samples and patterns CRER the fly .. just needs a little memory of Sampel (85 seconds) and ptterns (2x64)
- Non mkII version quite similar but I prfre aspect of it, and I use the massive mod delay
- With the exprience, I 'men probably would take a second DS as possible!
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