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Korg iElectribe for iPad
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Korg iElectribe for iPad

Virtual instrument for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad from Korg belonging to the ElecTribe series.

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Korg iElectribe for iPadPublished on 05/06/12 at 00:01
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For having the emx and esx electribes, Korg has really managed to keep the spirit of "fun and play". on the other hand, it is far from the possibilities offered by electribes hardwares. C is really a box with a pace to break beats, not a groove boxes, synths are rather anecdotal and do a tune with the pitch knob is quite complicated.
However, we quickly created original things, the sound is very correct via the multiple proposed exports.
The sound of "lights" is rotten.
The skin is customizable enough fun.
The sounds are oriented electronica.
Large modulation posibilities with automation and other effects.

In conclusion, c is a very good application. It will be very hard to......
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For having the emx and esx electribes, Korg has really managed to keep the spirit of "fun and play". on the other hand, it is far from the possibilities offered by electribes hardwares. C is really a box with a pace to break beats, not a groove boxes, synths are rather anecdotal and do a tune with the pitch knob is quite complicated.
However, we quickly created original things, the sound is very correct via the multiple proposed exports.
The sound of "lights" is rotten.
The skin is customizable enough fun.
The sounds are oriented electronica.
Large modulation posibilities with automation and other effects.

In conclusion, c is a very good application. It will be very hard to do just that for her to make her but supplement with other apps (synth, sampler and sequencer), the ielectribe may prove formidable.
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  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: iElectribe for iPad
  • Series: ElecTribe
  • Category: Virtual instruments for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad
  • Added in our database on: 04/02/2010

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Other names: ielectribe for ipad, ielectribeforipad, i electribe for i pad

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