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Sampling Sequencer from Korg belonging to the ElecTribe series.

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  • Haine SonorrHaine Sonorr

    I love her and her sisters !!!!

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 08/24/14 at 08:26
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    Top notch

    USE

    Top notch

    SOUNDS

    Top notch

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Top notch
  • Haine SonorrHaine Sonorr

    I love it! she and her sisters!

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 08/27/14 at 13:30
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    More details or other advice.

    larger memory would have been on top, but "pitchant" with malice can scrape a few seconds.

    UTILIZATION

    Its use is very simple, a child could play live.
    on the other hand when it created its own patterns, we discover the "small" power of the machine. the step mode is childish and quite sharp at the same time ...

    After quite a few hours of use and hack / triturage we learn and understand Korg, I was "lucky" to learn about his little sister Korg ER mk2, so when I buy ESX, I have not been away from it and I could live back in the blubber of the machine.

    I use it as midi sound master clock is "keyed" and I want to keep the clock for effects.

    I......
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    More details or other advice.

    larger memory would have been on top, but "pitchant" with malice can scrape a few seconds.

    UTILIZATION

    Its use is very simple, a child could play live.
    on the other hand when it created its own patterns, we discover the "small" power of the machine. the step mode is childish and quite sharp at the same time ...

    After quite a few hours of use and hack / triturage we learn and understand Korg, I was "lucky" to learn about his little sister Korg ER mk2, so when I buy ESX, I have not been away from it and I could live back in the blubber of the machine.

    I use it as midi sound master clock is "keyed" and I want to keep the clock for effects.

    I use very little tubes because I use a lot effects and I think it "spoil" them.

    I regret the lack of more "motion sequence" simultaneously.

    SOUNDS

    Apart synth sounds, I do not have great things to keep the factory sounds.

    I like the sound it gives is "dry" and "clear" tape ... But it's not enough "fat" for bass, for example.

    on the other hand must go easy on the tubes and the effects it quickly becomes a soup or you quickly grilled coil has its HP

    Memory the samples are 44khz, I wonder if it had been 96khz sound terror that could have been! But the memory would not have followed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 2006, the only problem I have at the moment is the one that changed the values ​​themselves. I tinker it looks to hold (see forum).

    Other than that I love !!! Once you have the knack, it can create its own patterns and import your own samples. You can see more closely with the editor ESX Wave Organizer or not (it is a choice).

    In short, if it was to buy I would do!

    The BIG BLACK POINT is the Smart Media memory support, SM card is quite expensive compared to an SD ...
    We can still save more lives on a 128mb card and ALL of the live (pattern / sample). Like that in case of failure / breakage; can have its live "saved."
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  • djokengrodjokengro

    Simple, Intuitive, but for a ridiculous memory sampler

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 12/19/12 at 16:48
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    What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?

    two stereo outputs .... but one on which effects are active .... what a shame.

    Three noon that otherwise do the job no problem.


    He has an effects section?

    At 3 motors effects is not too bad but damn two adjustable parameters which is frankly inadequate. In detail:

    Positive
    _ The delays sound good, with the bpm is callent (very handy), I used a lot even with a microphone (didgeridoo)

    _The Talking fashion, grain shifter are quite fun, very nice when used by

    Negative
    _The Compressor and distortion, at the same time with two settings is a normal can, you get fast enough to sound too aggressive satration is quickly

    _ The reverb......
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    What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?

    two stereo outputs .... but one on which effects are active .... what a shame.

    Three noon that otherwise do the job no problem.


    He has an effects section?

    At 3 motors effects is not too bad but damn two adjustable parameters which is frankly inadequate. In detail:

    Positive
    _ The delays sound good, with the bpm is callent (very handy), I used a lot even with a microphone (didgeridoo)

    _The Talking fashion, grain shifter are quite fun, very nice when used by

    Negative
    _The Compressor and distortion, at the same time with two settings is a normal can, you get fast enough to sound too aggressive satration is quickly

    _ The reverb is very poor in particular has applied rhythmic elements, it sounds really bad

    _The Ring mode does not offer very attractive solution

    Otherwise flanger chorus is not bad even if the sound can sometimes be very low down be careful, personal j utliser also liked the Decimator rotting good sound and can give very interesting results especially with a lot of resonance. The Equalizer is correct to reinforce a kick eg


    How many sounds, styles available? Are they editable? Through a Utility Mac / PC?

    While memory a little less than three percent of its max (kick synth loop mixing ect ....) It's a little light, especially for a sampler. but the biggest is in pb THE VERY LOW INTERNAL MEMORY only 280 seconds to a sampler is just a bit ridiculous! Especially since in the end the smart media or SD to Subscribe new version is said to be exactly the same way only serves to get additional samples but IN NO EVENT AN EXTENSION OF MEMORY. J would also like to say that this smart media sd will also help to save all the work so you can change machine keeping all these sonspatterns.

    What are the characteristics of the sequencer?

    For me the big highlight of the machine from the modulation. We do everything on the fly no need to stop the machine that is the component of the rhythm, melody or record automation and AC is very very good! especially live. There is also a function of rec step that creates the melody more présicement step quite effective and absolutely no making head.


    LFO

    On modulation such is simple and effective (the part that I prefer on ESX). It syncs the bpm. 4 more available form of a random wave. You can play on the pitch, the amplitude and the cutoff and personally I think with two or three on the lfo automation and resonnance filter is used in two minutes something likeable!


    The filter part

    Three possible filter lowpass highpass filters and the band walking in them but not bad on the envelope say it is lightweight ....


    Strength.

    For me a big weak point at the main knurled on a lot of electribe becomes painful to use. The key can also meet qq bp mutate but zn prennant care of the bike I've ever had personal j ... pb and I want to point out that it is possible to remmettre ca en route by removing and adding the lil of aluminum to contact ... the tutorial are online and it works
    The metal shell is strong and overall it apart bp knob for me it is very satisfying

    I stop étaller me on this part :)


    UTILIZATION

    C is SUPER SIMPLE! we leave these ultra fast own sounds

    Automations are the fly and it's a real treat to play with (a note here from the older model the no unlimited automations huge plus!)

    The LFO can be used very simply as said above

    Loops can be played three different ways
    Normal rhythm as a part, not at all practical
    Stech in hand, ie your loop calle bpm and change the pitch n afecte not the length of the loop just height
    And slice, ca can only play certain piece of the loop on what their time of need "cut" the sample. on the other hand you can then assign each piece cut from a classic rhythm, which will dramatically increase the number of sounds available on the machine!

    The reverse function is effective even for the roll function.

    The arpeggiator I did not like the use with synth by ca cons can really have fun with live rhythm especially coupled with the roll function

    Personal I used a lot of MIDI (I had three korg) once again very simple and well built, ultra-convenient to copy from a machine other al a melody, or live add "layers" has a synth. I said, I liked what I played on the ESX automatically plays the blue to add textures. With the korg is very simple, no bug, the midi channels are not fixed (unlike Roland eg)

    In short, the use is really facing live everything is accessible and it is super simple and intuitive

    I also used this machine with a microphone for a didgeridoo and LFO sync to bpm and I was very pleased that the delay. Add lamps ca .... I've never seen anyone use this machine as a module effetLFO and I assure you that it can be terrible!

    SOUNDS

    Well then these machines really their sound is nervous and ca punch is what makes them so charming. on the other hand difficult or impossible to get out of this format. The EMX has the same feature but even when and much more malleable and textures a little richer. I think in fact the sound of both machine and especially that of theX matching rather poor and sorely lacking roundness and depth

    on the other hand lamps really allows to improve the overall sound quality and adds more punch to the machine.

    Needless to say, if you search for a realistic sound which is not here to look for!



    OVERALL OPINION

    I use ESX for 6 years and I think I have done the trick. Tired of the sound and the overall lack of precision I turned to Roland and there is no photo ...

    I would suggest this machine for a beginner or so for people who want to have some fun soon. In any case do not expect sth out a very successful

    The weak point here is the internal memory of 280sec what I say is a bit ridiculous for a sampler. The it's still a very big mistake from korg and they could at least have the correct versions bp with SD that has not even been made, all this is somewhat scandalous

    Otherwise, even when I really had fun with this machine we create everything quickly at the expense of accuracy ....

    I certainly would not buy nothing new .... to 300,350, you can buy a MC 808 is a much better machine, although more complicated and more rigid (which is a shame for live)

    I would add that if you hesitate between ESX and EMX in your place I jump on his blue sis has 5 synth part that can grind much more. If the internal memory was a hundred times greater then the matter has there again but with the unfortunate 280 seconds in total.

    I tried to be as complete as possible and I hope my review will help.

    D here there's a good all!
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  • Lau.Lau.

    Ouinonouinonouizzzz

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 11/14/12 at 08:59
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    I do not use it for a long time so maybe there are mistakes, I redonnerais notice.

    Everything has been said about the characteristics, except perhaps on the implementation noon which seems to be interesting with the addition of an external controller (not tested yet) but allows to control the volume per unit pitch to see. ..) see the implementation twelve o'clock this sheet in the manual, but it is not a point overlooked in my opinion for its advanced capabilities.

    The sequencer has the advantage of being intuitive, allowing a game on the fly + player ... not very kind with recording / editing real time without interrupting playback, ability to erase notes for each unit in......
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    I do not use it for a long time so maybe there are mistakes, I redonnerais notice.

    Everything has been said about the characteristics, except perhaps on the implementation noon which seems to be interesting with the addition of an external controller (not tested yet) but allows to control the volume per unit pitch to see. ..) see the implementation twelve o'clock this sheet in the manual, but it is not a point overlooked in my opinion for its advanced capabilities.

    The sequencer has the advantage of being intuitive, allowing a game on the fly + player ... not very kind with recording / editing real time without interrupting playback, ability to erase notes for each unit in playback mode leaving pressed a button, very interesting for the workflow!
    mode 16 not 32 or 16 or 32 tr tr ... a length of 1 to 8 cycles

    the disadvantage is that you can not enter notes by the sequencer tr above the semiquaver (when it is not in 16) ... unless I missed it ... they can record live that said, tapping the pads ...
    to pass over the semiquaver in stepsequencer very kind must put in 32 in the general config of the pattern ... but if you do a piece ben started your piece does not look like anything ... if you put in 32-loop that runs on a cycle is super short and therefore requires you to follow the pattern must several sequences of pattern, makes you lose a lot of workflow ...

    I see that most of the users are turning in 16 steps 4 or 8 cycles ... I personally like to do a cycle or two to improvise almost permanently retaining a view of the steps that are read .. may be is there a function that allows you to automatically track the life-cycle playing with editable cycle ... it would be great ... In any case, I did not find ...

    brief the sequencer machine has the advantage of being intuitive and direct, but does not go into detail

    and as already said no polyphony is more ...

    I would have liked a feature to edit the number of cycles without breaking the read and read ... but never mind ... + Mode to reduce not increase the number of read is not ... not the reverse mode of reading, it would have been funny ^

    Yes the sounds are editable on computer or elsewhere etc.. this is a sampler, you come home to what you want within the Smart Media card, software exists to manage its banks. I have not yet used this feature too ... for now I'm hands on the factory sounds and loops a few votes.



    UTILIZATION

    Yes it is not super complicated. Manual + web + triturage it comes out.

    At present the effect section asks me tj a logic problem on the chain etc. ..;

    The problem with section effect is that the config of the three general effects apply to all units that pass through effects. it can quickly become chaos if one is not careful.

    Well you can access everything it takes to make her scream with what is on the facade ...
    this is where I really appreciate the machine ... especially the display shows the value of the knob (or whatever) that you're trying to hack, which is super super super practical and can really intuitive game despite bcq limitation ... it helped me out things that I had never before output ...

    From what I understood to stop playing to use sampled sound (or resampled the machine itself) live ... damage: (

    SOUNDS

    Sounds are cool, you can sample more.
    Lamps, that I did not use at first, can get the textures ... if so monstrous .. this is really big feeling with it.

    Expressiveness good with knobs, arpeggiator etc. ... you combine

    effects are bad enough, but in fact are very good (comrpenne can) that the delay can be automatically brings bcq stall for the workflow instance ... lack a true management volumes for each effect

    it says it is a pity that there is not a small equalizer for each unit somewhere .. eq effect is not worthy of the name (low / bass) and more food affects three and therefore can not be set independently. no real separate outputs (yes there are two more out but without effects or lamps) ... this is a little short of bang for serious work ...

    this machine is more like a big mess in my opinion, with lots of space to leave to chance and the feeling, or it may be poum tchak prout tchak or if it was not mixed these sounds sampled upstream ...

    In fact since I have that I do not use tricks to bypass pb eq and no separate outputs ... and suddenly I find myself doing something else, change pitch instead of eq, pan, cutoff, reso, etc ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using (in the sticky ends) 15 days.

    I tried a em1 (the korg black not sure of the name) of a friend for 2 days but messing. I possessed roland mc8 8 ...
    I used cubase sx bcq a bit recently and ableton fruity loops ... after having had enough of being glued to the pc and found great step sequencer fruity I bought this machine ... pc also made me discover recently the TB303 and tr ... by rebirth etc ... then I started to go to the hardware ..

    advantage in relation to korg roland mc 808
    esx real time without stopping playback to change the dial pattern and not direct access to functions via knob, + lamps ('trash, warm, rich in harmonics and responsive to ambient vibrations (not?) ;))
    disadvantage ... the sequencer super limited at the retail level, arg ... no polyphony arrrrffffffggggggg

    I like what I've done two or three times without warning ;)
    I find it difficult to use this machine for a clean ... but to "play" with him as an instrument in its own right and free style that looks interesting

    used may be interesting

    grzt

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  • MGR/djdanielIMGR/djdanielI

    Korg Electribe SX

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 03/09/06 at 15:00
    I started out learning to become a dj at the age of ten. I am now 27 years old, and have further ventured into recording /digital effects/studio operations. I played piano for several years, got bored switched to guitar but got bored again. when I first learned to mix records, I was in love and have eve since. I like techno/house music but have spent years evaluating many genders of music,70s 80s 90s etc.

    I had never before until now purchased any korg products and when i did i was very dissapointed,and very pleased at the same time. I bought an electribe sx. It was supposed to be a sampler and digital fx processor . well it sucked as a sampler, in fact I dont plan on ever using it for......
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    I started out learning to become a dj at the age of ten. I am now 27 years old, and have further ventured into recording /digital effects/studio operations. I played piano for several years, got bored switched to guitar but got bored again. when I first learned to mix records, I was in love and have eve since. I like techno/house music but have spent years evaluating many genders of music,70s 80s 90s etc.

    I had never before until now purchased any korg products and when i did i was very dissapointed,and very pleased at the same time. I bought an electribe sx. It was supposed to be a sampler and digital fx processor . well it sucked as a sampler, in fact I dont plan on ever using it for that purchase. but it was a great digital fx processor though. well if youre looking to purchase a sampler try the boss sp303,its affordable works very well,if you use it right. there are a couple of functions that are hard to grasp(editing samples) .

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • James...James...

    Sampler awesomeness on the cheapish

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 01/28/12 at 14:22
    Incredible ease of use (you don't have to be a synth nut to program it)
    New patterns from hot new artists
    MMT (Multiple Modeling Technology) sound engine offers 16 types of tone generation
    Twin vacuum tube Valve Force circuitry delivers analog warmth or menacing bite
    3 stereo effects can be chained together for radical sound warping
    Crisp filters and speedy-smooth timbral modulation
    Built-in step sequencer for intuitive song production
    Motion Sequence function captures and replays sound-tweaking knob movements
    Powerful arpeggiator uses Korg's ribbon controller and slider for generating inspired phrases
    Auto BPM Detection sets the tempo based on any external audio source
    Number of parts:......
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    Incredible ease of use (you don't have to be a synth nut to program it)
    New patterns from hot new artists
    MMT (Multiple Modeling Technology) sound engine offers 16 types of tone generation
    Twin vacuum tube Valve Force circuitry delivers analog warmth or menacing bite
    3 stereo effects can be chained together for radical sound warping
    Crisp filters and speedy-smooth timbral modulation
    Built-in step sequencer for intuitive song production
    Motion Sequence function captures and replays sound-tweaking knob movements
    Powerful arpeggiator uses Korg's ribbon controller and slider for generating inspired phrases
    Auto BPM Detection sets the tempo based on any external audio source
    Number of parts: 16 total; 2 synth, 9 drum, 1 drum accent, 2 stretch, 1 slice, 1 audio
    Number of samples (internal memory only): 384 (100 mono, 128 stereo), maximum 285 (mono) seconds
    Internal memory storage: 256 patterns, 64 songs
    Sampling frequency: 44.1kHz
    Effects: 16 types x 3 (chain)
    Sequencer: Pattern: Maximum 128 steps by part, maximum 24 motion sequence by pattern
    Song: Maximum 256 patterns, maximum 20,000 event recording
    Arpeggiator: Ribbon + slider, scale
    Output: 1/4" TS main, 1/4" TS individual 3, 4, 1/4" headphone
    Input: 1/4" TS audio in
    MIDI: Input, output, throughput
    External memory: Up to 32GB SDHC card media
    Vacuum tube: 2 x 12AX7

    UTILIZATION

    Let's get down to bare bones here. I will be honest. This is a device that is priced toward the beginner/intermediate market and personally I think that's a good spot for it. But beginners should be weary that the electribe is not the simplest device to use. It's actually a fairly complex sequencer. With a surprising amount or horsepower. If you look at the spec sheet it's clear why, but a quick glance at the panel is going to tell you the same anyway.

    Some people use these as a basic drum machine or sequencer device. Personally I like to use mine as an all purpose drum machine and sequencer for my synth. Basically what I do is take my keyboard, whatever it may be, and plug it into the electribe via midi. This allows me to beat sync all my keyboard tasks, along with all my drum machine tasks in real time.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds quality is aces actually. Everything sounds fine. The converters are good. All the buttons have good responsiveness. At first it will be a bit awkward finding your way around sounds and different buttons because it's all kind of packed in there. But you get the hang of it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Disclaimer. While this is indeed a lower end priced machine, you really need to know what you are doing to get the most functionality out of it. There's a reason that a lot of pros like these. They are very straightforward and they can do a ton. I would NOT recommend as a first device. You really need some prior experience with midi or software sequencing at least or you will be lost. That said this is a killer piece of hardware. Well worth the steal of a price.
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  • shama_frshama_fr

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 05/03/04 at 10:25
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    It will not redo the sheet: it's enough to go home to korg aurra you a better description! There's a shot of the samples and c rigo very easy to record good samples! Regarding the effects are nothing to criticize c perfect last good one very very very good machine etc. etc.

    UTILIZATION

    It's been one month that I have this machine and I had never really done n the sound has on fruity loops but then the c incryable progression that I've done the above I am near a place of sounds for a whole night so very very very good grip if you see a little about how a walking pattern! I m sourtout serve to make hardtek and hardkor but not really do what we want with it but if the patient

    SOUNDS

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    It will not redo the sheet: it's enough to go home to korg aurra you a better description! There's a shot of the samples and c rigo very easy to record good samples! Regarding the effects are nothing to criticize c perfect last good one very very very good machine etc. etc.

    UTILIZATION

    It's been one month that I have this machine and I had never really done n the sound has on fruity loops but then the c incryable progression that I've done the above I am near a place of sounds for a whole night so very very very good grip if you see a little about how a walking pattern! I m sourtout serve to make hardtek and hardkor but not really do what we want with it but if the patient

    SOUNDS

    The sound quality is incredibly exellente g even register friends with an old post has cassettes and I from sample to ca and I promised that the sound is very good so basically the sound is perfect for me especially for hardtek the effects of distortion and compressor are very very good

    OVERALL OPINION

    I therefore use the 1 month and g is the friends ki es1 and em1, quality price ratio is not the picture is ESX1 can be a bit expensive but it worth it if you really want a groovebox I recommend sincerely to save even a little and the purchase are no better now live louse type or even a good sampler for this machine is huge !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • pattrippattrip

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 05/30/04 at 06:48
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    Great potential for deformation with hallucinatory ffects of pros is the center of my crativit.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple and ffective

    SOUNDS

    Bright lights sound rained hot

    OVERALL OPINION

    After 5 months of use I started really let me go, add two modules: an analog synth, an analog drums for many high-level Creations
  • Nab!!daNNab!!daN

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 05/31/04 at 11:42
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    FEATURES ESX-1

    2 stereo output (a single lamp above active)
    1 mic / stereo line
    1 headphone

    285 seconds of 44.1 kHz Sampling

    Memory for 384 samples

    196 patterns (patterns) pre-load.

    No. of parts: 16 simultanment

    256 patterns of 1 8 measures each.

    2 12AX7 tubes for a more analog.

    9 drum parts 5 parts samples.

    Internal Multi-effects (3 effects simultanment).

    MIDI complte.

    Dtection automatic BPM

    Smart plug-Media

    Ribbon Controller

    Mmorisation potentiomtres and the movement of the tape, memory 24 by reason.

    Dimensions: 358 x 259 x 62 mm. Weight: 3 kg.

    ps: I put this because it avoids the question for anything in the forum ....

    UTILIZATION
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    FEATURES ESX-1

    2 stereo output (a single lamp above active)
    1 mic / stereo line
    1 headphone

    285 seconds of 44.1 kHz Sampling

    Memory for 384 samples

    196 patterns (patterns) pre-load.

    No. of parts: 16 simultanment

    256 patterns of 1 8 measures each.

    2 12AX7 tubes for a more analog.

    9 drum parts 5 parts samples.

    Internal Multi-effects (3 effects simultanment).

    MIDI complte.

    Dtection automatic BPM

    Smart plug-Media

    Ribbon Controller

    Mmorisation potentiomtres and the movement of the tape, memory 24 by reason.

    Dimensions: 358 x 259 x 62 mm. Weight: 3 kg.

    ps: I put this because it avoids the question for anything in the forum ....

    UTILIZATION

    Use are daunting for live.
    mode pattern and very simple song, nothing to say, when opened turns ca
    I use a bass and a jomox station no problem for MIDI.
    few sub menu then use live concrete.

    * Updated * - inch potentiometer without end, nice shit but hey
    - Problem of smart media / on behalf of the sample (apparently very edge of a number of letters is imposed!)
    - Arpeggiator a little "cheap"

    SOUNDS

    As giving it a sampler, a priori we do a lot of little thing, after all depends sounds.
    I used to live a hardcore, and it suits me perfectly in the middle of the rest.
    too bad the drive is passed to the saucepan compare has the emx.

    * Updated * - Very good qualities converter consequante after use, terrible ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I ais past week, I board already knew to use a 700 and an s1000.
    The concept is different because it is really dedicate to live, I board with MPC1000 hesitate but I do not need a hardware sequencer and love in. mpc format for live.de aditional output would have been welcome but good considering the price ...
    I think this is one of the best options for a sampler of scene.

    * Updated * I regret it in. Becane as terrible!
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  • LezartkayksLezartkayks

    Korg ElecTribe ESX1Published on 01/19/05 at 15:59
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    I've had 2 months, just a turie!
    Simple
    Robust (compared his ancestor the ES1)
    - 16 x3 assignablent effects or cascade
    - A FITRE CutOff Rso Env applicable LPF, HPF, BPF and BPF + on each share
    - A 5 reasons Ossile with modulation applied on the pitch, the cutoff, amplitude or Pannel
    - A ToutchPad for bearings and the arpeggiator
    - A slider to control the arpeggiator notes
    - 9 Parts Rithmique
    - Keyboard Parts 2, sUsing vaguely like a keyboard synthbr /> - 2 Stretch Parts, can synchronize samples
    - Part 1 Slice dcouper that allows a sample (eg a rithmique) and synchronizes
    - Patern of 128 pads
    - A emmoire of 256 seconds in 16 bit 44.1 kHz (mono The stro takes 2x......
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    I've had 2 months, just a turie!
    Simple
    Robust (compared his ancestor the ES1)
    - 16 x3 assignablent effects or cascade
    - A FITRE CutOff Rso Env applicable LPF, HPF, BPF and BPF + on each share
    - A 5 reasons Ossile with modulation applied on the pitch, the cutoff, amplitude or Pannel
    - A ToutchPad for bearings and the arpeggiator
    - A slider to control the arpeggiator notes
    - 9 Parts Rithmique
    - Keyboard Parts 2, sUsing vaguely like a keyboard synthbr /> - 2 Stretch Parts, can synchronize samples
    - Part 1 Slice dcouper that allows a sample (eg a rithmique) and synchronizes
    - Patern of 128 pads
    - A emmoire of 256 seconds in 16 bit 44.1 kHz (mono The stro takes 2x more space!)
    - An output casuqe (lol)
    - 2 outputs Stro
    - Taking a Line / Mic
    - Two lamps, boost the sound, making it hotter (good OverDrive)
    - Connection MIDI: IN and OUT trhu
    - A pro immedia also much more robust than the ES1

    UTILIZATION

    Its use is large tent gives it a sampler, it's internal functions are numerous.
    It is used both Live in Home Studio
    Personally, I use it for the Live HardCore Hardtek or sometimes, with all rglage we can live ... This is crazy sweet! A pure moment of happiness, as I like the fiddling!

    SOUNDS

    C is the Korg, but the sound was dj amlior recently, the quality of the filters has become relatively reliable, it's 16 bit 44.1 kHz (CD KLite koi ...) c enough !

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months and I too say anything about its weak points.
    Its strong point is not to say Ya, Ya Gain! K The bed is the appointment
    The evolution of the ES1 is dramatic, I say ... "Korg ... bravo!"
    The price is reasonable given its capabilities, I do not regret u (expo in 740).

    I expect the next exit, korg j'esspaire that remain in their lanc
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