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Workstation from Korg belonging to the M50 series.

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  • nel78nel78

    Korg M50 61Published on 02/05/09 at 11:19
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    A bomb !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    USE

    Very simple

    SOUNDS

    Varied

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Buy !!
  • DEEJAY MY'ZDEEJAY MY'Z

    A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT

    Korg M50 61Published on 10/28/13 at 20:17
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    The Korg M50 Workstation is released in 2008, making many think M1 and who gets the synthesis engine of the M3 without KARMA. At first impressions, it is quite nice especially in black with slightly sloping façade which makes reading the screen and is lightweight 6-7kg ... it changes your life especially when you still had Motif or Triton 17kg.

    - 61 semi-weighted keys, hit a pretty average compared to the old worksation, but today it is the 1000th completed aftertouch.
    - Output XLR Mono / stereo headphone jack, SD card slot, USB connectors, jacks for pedals ... well the bare minimum.
    - 256 MB of memory waveforms (1,077 multisamples and 1,609 drum samples) .. short there is plenty to …
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    The Korg M50 Workstation is released in 2008, making many think M1 and who gets the synthesis engine of the M3 without KARMA. At first impressions, it is quite nice especially in black with slightly sloping façade which makes reading the screen and is lightweight 6-7kg ... it changes your life especially when you still had Motif or Triton 17kg.

    - 61 semi-weighted keys, hit a pretty average compared to the old worksation, but today it is the 1000th completed aftertouch.
    - Output XLR Mono / stereo headphone jack, SD card slot, USB connectors, jacks for pedals ... well the bare minimum.
    - 256 MB of memory waveforms (1,077 multisamples and 1,609 drum samples) .. short there is plenty to do.
    - There are also four small pads to record four agreements and play with ... it is a little gadget.

    For the rest I invite you to look at the data sheet



    UTILIZATION


    Navigation is made easy thanks to the touch screen quality. It is very simple to find what you are looking for in the different categories of sounds. There are several COMBI mode, PROG, SEQ ... etc. also have their assigned command impossible to get lost on this side ... Korg has always been rather readable at its interfaces even if for having a Korg Trinity Tritons and testing I have to say that the OS did not change much since then and if you have ever had Korgs you will not be out of place.

    The manual is in French but a little light especially for the use of sequencer and editions and sounds and effects. A more comprehensive manual is available on the net but only in English. That said editing software is included with the M5O and make you the easiest and most accurate things like most modern synth. After this is not very complicated but not for those starting force yourself to study a little manual ... touch screen tends to make you fall in ease and then we easily magnifier important settings.

    Consider having a SD card for backup and 2GB max to save all (Dial, editions, SETTINGS ...) because the M50 does not keep anything in memory.
    Last remark it happens that sometimes the keyboard alone blocks which can be very annoying for those who do live ... In fact it is just necessary to update the OS

    SOUNDS

    In terms of sound, it's pretty good, but there is a lot to say it anyway:

    - For piano, Korg put the package ... there's really a lot of choice between pretty good acoustic pianos, organs, electric pianos some rhodes etc ... it is rather a strong point on the keyboard.
    - Violins are also quite varied and
    - The guitars I do not necessarily find thunderous but hey it is my personal opinion
    - The electro sounds like the lead, motion ... are really prehistoric and must all re-edit from the outset whether or arpeggios sounds themselves ... I hallucinated because the keyboard is very electro and typed in this field is its weak point. I had a pattern with less than a one is light years.
    - The rest is just the same leaning a bit overwhelmed especially if you are of modern music, anyway keyboard does not sound vintage so this is more for those who make electronic music (hous etechno, dub step , modern hip hop to electro sauce)
    - I'd end up a good note so as not to discourage you, drum kits are very good and many modern, which allows for a bit of terrain.
    You each class of sounds free beaches to multiply editions sound and increase your database. But hey when you know there are already a lot of work to do with those already available ... it's frustrating final

    Combi mode is pretty nice, there a lot of pre-recorded patterns and you can choose the desired pattern on each program to play a rhythm. It is possible to edit its patterns.

    Finally for the KORG sequencer is, I do not like too much logic and I use my Mac and software sequencing therefore share tell you that it is to record what goes through your head forget it .. it stops there. In addition, the sound loses a little in intensity and impact in the recording mode.
    The arpeggiator is correct for the machine price ... or ... or fabulous top.



    OVERALL OPINION


    I got a little immortalized on the sounds but it is above all the plays on the M50.
    I thought by buying like why not acquire a more modern worstation and indeed I am happy to have been for nothing because in the end I sold it quickly before it becomes a burden. In fact, it has everything, retro design, ease of utlitisation, Workstation réçente therefore in principle for the times ... But apart from the piano I am appalled to see that Korg did not give us a pannel Electro (Lead, Motion) ... more on page ... you have to rework all the source and ç'est still mad at that price it does not have the bare minimum ... especially for a well-typed electronic keyboard at the base as M50 ... it is the height anyway ... Basically you buy this kind of machine to the modern sound and save time ... where c ' Quite the opposite ... I feel that it is designed as a digital piano, but not as a true workstation. I assigned a 4/10 that is insufficient for a 61 or 73-key Workstation 2008. For M5O 88 it can be a very good digital piano ...

    For those looking to make his drop ... it's a real waste of time and really poor side of Electro ... I also not understand the test audiofanzine unless c is me that is no, I would not call the M50 as a small but as a gifted handicapped by its glaring shortcomings. it reminds me of a beautiful 205 GTI Tuning that a diesel engine ... it looks like a racing machine but in fact it just needs work ...
    I know this is a good entry level but there is a minimum ... Anyway A big disappointment.
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  • major63000major63000

    Korg M50 61Published on 09/16/13 at 02:49
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    UTILIZATION

    clean Korg easy configuration. It is logical

    SOUNDS

    The rescue! when I read the reviews on the M50, I tend to think that my ears have fallen during the night.
    Simply put, it is a disaster. Already, it is soft knee, no punch worthy of a band of octogenarians.
    Having been the owner of a Korg X5 there ... houuuu .... more than fifteen years, well I have not been homesick! they are the same sounds! 2013 How can we still flogging stuff too outdated?
    The pianos are average (at best), the Fender Rhodes nullissimes (well, let's say they are 20 years old at the very least!), The synthetic strings are to death, the tiny drums, …
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    see website builder and Review AF

    UTILIZATION

    clean Korg easy configuration. It is logical

    SOUNDS

    The rescue! when I read the reviews on the M50, I tend to think that my ears have fallen during the night.
    Simply put, it is a disaster. Already, it is soft knee, no punch worthy of a band of octogenarians.
    Having been the owner of a Korg X5 there ... houuuu .... more than fifteen years, well I have not been homesick! they are the same sounds! 2013 How can we still flogging stuff too outdated?
    The pianos are average (at best), the Fender Rhodes nullissimes (well, let's say they are 20 years old at the very least!), The synthetic strings are to death, the tiny drums, brass and a level of sound card with three balls ... not leaving some asthmatics leads and some nice tablecloths ... if so ... anyway.
    To have a Yamaha Motif ES, Korg I say (I do not even talk about Roland with sounds dating double those Korg) should regain control. They are the creators of the M1 anyway! They stayed there. The fender or Reason pianos are gorgeous, modern and realistic, as the violins, brass. And especially with a huge dynamic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Tried following the advice on this forum, and sound on the headphones .... nothing works. Probably a keyboard to nostalgic sounds of the 80 or 90 without any modern or even pleasure in contrast to a vintage sound. Take a simple test if you have the opportunity to test the Fender Rhodes M50 and that of Reason .... it is final!
    Probably best editing capabilities, but starting from a bank prehistoric sounds, it is unusable for me. I wonder how you can pay this crap (in Cygnus) the price of a pattern? this will remain a mystery!
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  • charlesandrecharlesandre

    satisfactory

    Korg M50 61Published on 10/25/12 at 04:11
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    61 light touch,
    5 octaves
    MIDI USB SD CARD
    pitch modulation sustain (supplied without sustain pedal)
    Everything I need


    great sounds and combinations specific to KORG. Easy to use arpeggiator. Sequencer very unfriendly, very little precision in the sequencer.

    UTILIZATION

    General configuration rather simple. Grip friendly.

    Insufficient manual, a CD included with the synth, it must then print tons of pages.

    The editions of sounds is relatively simple, combis more complicated.

    SOUNDS

    Yes in general
    Too short ... but techno
    Correct expression
    Realistic as a synth
    Effects effective
    I like almost everything

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a…
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    61 light touch,
    5 octaves
    MIDI USB SD CARD
    pitch modulation sustain (supplied without sustain pedal)
    Everything I need


    great sounds and combinations specific to KORG. Easy to use arpeggiator. Sequencer very unfriendly, very little precision in the sequencer.

    UTILIZATION

    General configuration rather simple. Grip friendly.

    Insufficient manual, a CD included with the synth, it must then print tons of pages.

    The editions of sounds is relatively simple, combis more complicated.

    SOUNDS

    Yes in general
    Too short ... but techno
    Correct expression
    Realistic as a synth
    Effects effective
    I like almost everything

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few months and I am quite satisfied
    Yes some
    Sounds are bluffing
    Quality / price ratio in interesting opportunity

    I would rather not ROLAND, sounds are always reliable, posed, and the OS single
    and I much prefer the sequencer system that can take over in a few hours.
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  • G. HagenG. Hagen

    Korg M50 61Published on 03/15/09 at 14:29
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    Jai acquired over two months of intense happiness the Korg M50-61. THIS IS A workstation rcente (September 2008) comprising:
    _ Five octaves, polyphony comfortable (but not more) than 80 votes
    _1077 Rpart samples of 608 pre-installed programs and ditables will,
    _32 Programs laborer self-same,
    _ A bank GM2 compatible
    _ 48 drumkits
    _384 Combinations stretch 896
    _ 4 potentiomtres assignable (volume, effects, filters, envelopes, etc.).
    _1 Pitch (albeit no ribbon)
    _ 2 assignable switches
    _ 4 assignable pads agreements,
    _ 1 drumtrack allowing Careers News prenregistres over 600 patterns,
    _ A arpgiateur
    _ 1 squenceur 16 tracks
    _ 170 lon effects can dcliner of 5 Insertion…
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    Jai acquired over two months of intense happiness the Korg M50-61. THIS IS A workstation rcente (September 2008) comprising:
    _ Five octaves, polyphony comfortable (but not more) than 80 votes
    _1077 Rpart samples of 608 pre-installed programs and ditables will,
    _32 Programs laborer self-same,
    _ A bank GM2 compatible
    _ 48 drumkits
    _384 Combinations stretch 896
    _ 4 potentiomtres assignable (volume, effects, filters, envelopes, etc.).
    _1 Pitch (albeit no ribbon)
    _ 2 assignable switches
    _ 4 assignable pads agreements,
    _ 1 drumtrack allowing Careers News prenregistres over 600 patterns,
    _ A arpgiateur
    _ 1 squenceur 16 tracks
    _ 170 lon effects can dcliner of 5 Insertion effects, two master's degrees and a total of
    _ Two MIDI, two audio outputs, a headphone jack, two footcontrollers taken a decision for damper pedals Sustain, a 2 GB card reader, a USB
    _ A touch screen that facilitates the conviviality of the Bte.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple for a regular korg. In fact, bte works as a computer screen is dcompose o each page with the tab. I knew the era "LCD" and I recognize that the passge the LCD screen is touch more unique.
    Not that the shipping sounds and effects is difficult: it is possible that this dmentiel you can quickly get lost. For example, I do not know after two months I use the master effects and total. But chanante easily five insert effects, I can get on the organ rotary speaker, to excite the battery (they need), the distortion on lead guitar, chorus on rhythm guitar, all as of arros rverb. I could never do on a T1!
    Now, with respect to the manual, we address the question FCHE. The guide provided on paper is not nearly enough. The four hundred pages really INTERESTED paramtres Manual is provided, of course, too, but on CD and in English! "ROGNTUDJU!" looked like Blackthorn. A regular korg can do without but I feel that the mailbox is still under clophane: I can not use all the endless possibilities. All this because our Japanese friends speak English better than Fran ...

    SOUNDS

    Jai dabord worked on the Yamaha PSR 410 and the Korg T3. At fifteen, jai wanted to change for the Yamaha S 700. Jai finally settled on the M50 which confirms my ears on the supriorit Korg Yamaha Contents sound. It is true that this affair of taste. I got to go dorchestre music, rock, jazz, pop, teckno. And the Contents, the M50 seems more complete and capable of gnrer lillusion Ralite the most Fidler.
    _ The strings, for example, are incredible because many complmentaires. The A007 (intimate strings) gives an impression warm and lyrical, while the rise leffroi tremolos. There are at least two quartets strings that gives me shivers down my spine as the vibrato is practitioner.
    _ The brass mount as surprised and convinced. While sometimes the vibrato of some records tend lenvahissement. But there again, the number and allows dynamic variation on her little back: the trumpet Submitted alone, in pairs, in section, silent, with vibrato, no vibrato. Similarly, trombone, horn, tuba. The brass sections are as numerous and diverse, the frankly synthetic until the brass section of jazz.
    _the pianos, pianos Ah! The acoustics have made good progress: compare the specific M50 (A000) with that of M1 (A049) to see the progress. The electric pianos excessively numerous (I got too) without rpter.
    _ The Chur: there are many be Russian. The classical chorus is dark and sumptuous, with the voices mountains means the farmers carry out the mountain pastures.
    _ Organs liturgical synthtiseur last one that makes the diffrence between the CITL, positive, great organ and full game! And at least, not like a lensemble pathtique daccordon its supercharged!
    _the electronic organs: the still, there is a gambling impossible not to find happiness. May be leffet of rotary speakers can stepfather irraliste a bit: it is indeed too fast. But this can be corrected in custom settings effects. Lorgues DGWS in Hammond, everything goes.
    _ Batteries: 48 drumkits, enough to meet: some who are spcialiss in jazz, else in rap, hip-pop and house music. The provision of essential lments (bass drum, snare, fts, crash, cymbals, triangle, etc.). Prs is not the same in a kit and lautre Designed on Yamaha MODEL: cest very practical for the memory and play kits are also available ethnic (brsilien for example) or orchestral. Note the Chinese gong dun dun prsence buf effect (losing hair!).
    _ Bass: nen I have not done the trick, cest dmentiel. The sub-bass can parody the style of Bjrk without ridiculous. Against the low-jazz, you can hear the fingers on the strings dplacer!
    _ Acoustic guitars: the attack is too massive a problem indeed. This pos nylon guitar 1 (A004) is beautiful. However, all twelve string guitars are irrsistiblement think a harpsichord supermarket. This tonn my guitars because t was the flagship of the Korg T1 home. The electro-rhythm guitars, fortunately are better.
    _the lead guitars: a large Russianness. Their diversity is changing me from my T3. Dimiter possibility sounds most unlikely that a guitar can produce.
    _the rpart between synths are fast, and slow motions. Nen I have not been around
    _The Sfx: for the fans of noise in a startling piece. Dogs, horses, car, door, thunder, rain, thunder, train, cries, laughs, jungle, bird, or almost everything is. Silent because the T1 can burp. The M50 has become more polite in what he has lost sampler (the M3's high ERRF possde a sampler him, but took not the same nest!). Damage
    _ The wood: fltes are warm (be careful! Intrusive vibrato or tiring), the clarinet is beautiful. The M50 is the diffrence between oboe, English horn and bassoon, which was not the T3. The saxophones (yes, they are not brass, despite their appearance) are the vast majority Russian: a pitch shot is one you do grow Evil! There is even a lon o hear the saxophonist breathe! Simply, in the treble, one more thing reconnat quickly. Korg Prcisons that makes the diffrence between soprano, alto, tnor (wonderful) and baritone, and this is clearly peroit. There are also programs o the sax playing by pool.
    _ The percussion mlodiques: another incredible dive bells, bells, xylophone, mtallophone, vibraphone, kalimba, marimba, clesta of all kinds and all forms.

    Clearly, I like the feel and sound Korg suit me (IDAL n'tant not of this world).

    OVERALL OPINION

    After two months, then, the honeymoon continues and I feel that this is not prs finished, both the M50 are many surprises and enjoyable. It is lightweight (less than seven pounds), Aesthetics (attention, fragile! The underside is plastic!) And practice. The particular feature I like most? Gnrateur its powerful sound, various and Russian, even if it does not expandable (for PCM cards for example) in contrast to the M3. The drumtrack and arpgiateur, however, are not factors that led me this purchase, but they are powerful and can inspire me may be in the future.
    J'tais party on the ide of a Yamaha S 700 to replace my T3. I then hsit with Korg PA 500 (arrangers not workstations). Then I met the M3 ... Too good, too pro ... and too expensive! Then came the M50, a chance encounter, ds my first attempt, I knew he was going to be my instrument. So no regrets.
    The report qualitprix is ​​unbeatable: it is the M3 without gnrateur sampler or karma system or radiant, of course, but for about a month minimum wage.
    J'espre although it will be on hand in all my Creations for fifteen years to come!
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  • Menestrel de malheurMenestrel de malheur

    Korg M50 61Published on 10/10/09 at 15:10
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    I've had two weeks, and the sounds are fabulous.

    Dpart purchased because I was hired in a group of death / black metal, I realize the potential of bte, be it to play live with a group, composed for my hip hop, film scores, orchestrations or ect ... I had stopped compltement the "piano" APRS have had hard times and a dgout advocate for that instrument, I t really won over by this keyboard cool to the touch (version perso j ai 73 keys, the keys with 88 when he was a heavy touch) and gives me a taste to the keyboard.

    Prfrs my stuff on this beast are: the sound of piano, trs convincing, in gnral organs, bells, violins, percussion, the possible combinations (mode combi) ect ...

    I did n…
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    I've had two weeks, and the sounds are fabulous.

    Dpart purchased because I was hired in a group of death / black metal, I realize the potential of bte, be it to play live with a group, composed for my hip hop, film scores, orchestrations or ect ... I had stopped compltement the "piano" APRS have had hard times and a dgout advocate for that instrument, I t really won over by this keyboard cool to the touch (version perso j ai 73 keys, the keys with 88 when he was a heavy touch) and gives me a taste to the keyboard.

    Prfrs my stuff on this beast are: the sound of piano, trs convincing, in gnral organs, bells, violins, percussion, the possible combinations (mode combi) ect ...

    I did not look at the squenceur and arpgiateur, functions which I do not use. (to follow)

    thanks to the VLOC of this keyboard, the motions go through the keys with a thundering report.

    I am satisfied with TRS, as a big fan of music from horror films, death / black metal, death rap, screamo / hardcore, hip hop, hardcore techno and drum n bass, I can have sounds bttn I was looking for.

    From all good!

    (To follow)
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  • Ditie72Ditie72

    TERRIFIC!

    Korg M50 61Published on 08/03/11 at 02:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Features already listed in prior reviews.

    To amplify in my living room, I simply plugs into a Bose iPod dock.

    Connectivity requirements for the moment because lack of space.

    UTILIZATION

    The grip is really easy. I had not touched the keyboard for several years, this is my first Korg and the interface is super intuitive. No nesoin man to start, it's great!

    On hand ... I have had one in French, but the guide for detailed settings (419P) is indeed in English, damage

    The manual is not super clear. I looked quickly and above all the parties arpeggiator sequencer, you'll have to concentrate. To see later, because the keyboard since I qq days.

    In any case the potential of …
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    Features already listed in prior reviews.

    To amplify in my living room, I simply plugs into a Bose iPod dock.

    Connectivity requirements for the moment because lack of space.

    UTILIZATION

    The grip is really easy. I had not touched the keyboard for several years, this is my first Korg and the interface is super intuitive. No nesoin man to start, it's great!

    On hand ... I have had one in French, but the guide for detailed settings (419P) is indeed in English, damage

    The manual is not super clear. I looked quickly and above all the parties arpeggiator sequencer, you'll have to concentrate. To see later, because the keyboard since I qq days.

    In any case the potential of the machine is infinite.

    SOUNDS

    Ah, the sounds!

    From Yamaha (CS2x, MM6) and technics (KN1200), how to say it's nirvana!
    My previous keyboards sound very pouet pouet next.

    My favorite: pianos, organs with beautiful depth of sound, EP, Rhodes, strings, ground floor to fall, with the developments of sounds incredible, it's frankly mind-blowing!

    The combination is very useful to start, easily changed (again, not even for a novice manual)

    Also 2 Super arpeggiators simultaneously.

    Not yet tested the bass guitar, but the demo songs that promises

    At first sight, for my musical tastes ranging from sound new wave / cold wave, synthpop, electro, house, trip hop, to the universe typed Brian Eno or even symphonic (combis insane world, you can almost hear the lions roar .. . brrrr), I'll have fun!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Acquired nine three days ago, I'll keep it for years!

    In one evening I had been able to make good small occasions, with sounds of thunder, frankly I was not as much fun with a keyboard since .... ooh la la.
    Initially I had a Yamaha MM6, more entry-level, but had sold me the sounds of the pattern, well ... I returned to the store the next day because I felt on my back PSR36 of 1990 .... Which always operates at the greatest joy of my little ;-)

    Frankly, it's the keyboard of my dreams since I was 15 ... So for the price (€ 915 vs € 525 for the MM6) I say YES.


    NB: I am not pro, not to play in my living room, but still demanding!
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  • yoTrakkzyoTrakkz

    Solid Workstation

    Korg M50 61Published on 08/11/11 at 06:37
    This is another one of those boards that comes industry ready right out of the box. It’s extremely easy to get it set up and ready to start making great music. The editing abilities on this board are easy to do and the workstation is easy to navigate. I love the pitch and modulation on this board, works great and is very smooth.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is very easy to understand and is concise and in depth. But unfortunately the manual doesn’t come in a printed version. Some of use love to have hard copies of a manual and don’t want to have to pop in a cd just for a reference on something we might need to check or to do. Even with the ease of computers, I still prefer a hard copy of…
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    This is another one of those boards that comes industry ready right out of the box. It’s extremely easy to get it set up and ready to start making great music. The editing abilities on this board are easy to do and the workstation is easy to navigate. I love the pitch and modulation on this board, works great and is very smooth.

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is very easy to understand and is concise and in depth. But unfortunately the manual doesn’t come in a printed version. Some of use love to have hard copies of a manual and don’t want to have to pop in a cd just for a reference on something we might need to check or to do. Even with the ease of computers, I still prefer a hard copy of a manual so I can just index what I’m looking for and find it and understand what I need. I don’t like having to find the cd and put it in just for a quick reference.

    SOUNDS

    This board comes stock with a lot of sounds that sound great and are very warm and clean. The brass sounds are really realistic in my opinion. I was very surprise with the quality of the brass sounds and presets.

    The Piano sounds didn’t impress me and weren’t as good as they are on the other boards that are out in the music world today. The just didn’t seem as realistic and warm as I am use to with the Fantom and Motif. Choir and Organ patches are good and unique sounding patches, but nothing that blows other boards out of the water, just very basic sounding patches.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall this is a very good keyboard, the synths on this board have the weird feel to them, great board for techno or club music. This board is pretty expensive but not as bad as a lot of other professional boards on the market.
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  • jeanphisaxjeanphisax

    Korg M50 61Published on 01/16/10 at 13:27
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    I just ACQUIRE M50 ... very pleasantly surprised by the quality of sound, but disappointed for two things:
    - THE INSTRUCTIONS IN GERMAN! best in English on the CDROM
    - The fact that this keyboard does not correspond at all has a use-oriented style passes across (varieties), it is however very good at his vocation: RnB hiphop modern music dance techno trance ....... there was nothing wrong

    brass sounds FRO ..

    UTILIZATION

    German manual

    SOUNDS

    I prefer my side piano ROLAND FP4 .. organs are also fairly guitars flute super

    Brass pa terrible at all

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had unesemaine and I watched the demo su internet, I thought initially bought a MOTIF…
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    I just ACQUIRE M50 ... very pleasantly surprised by the quality of sound, but disappointed for two things:
    - THE INSTRUCTIONS IN GERMAN! best in English on the CDROM
    - The fact that this keyboard does not correspond at all has a use-oriented style passes across (varieties), it is however very good at his vocation: RnB hiphop modern music dance techno trance ....... there was nothing wrong

    brass sounds FRO ..

    UTILIZATION

    German manual

    SOUNDS

    I prefer my side piano ROLAND FP4 .. organs are also fairly guitars flute super

    Brass pa terrible at all

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had unesemaine and I watched the demo su internet, I thought initially bought a MOTIF XS6 QUESTION BUT PRICE
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  • petitsynthepetitsynthe

    for computer components without

    Korg M50 61Published on 07/24/10 at 10:55
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    The hit was average but not so horrible that it anyway: we made it quickly
    The synthesis is complete, more complete than the Yamaha Grounds example:
    There only to see the user guide PDF is over 400 pages!

    UTILIZATION

    The highlight of the machine: ergonomics!
    The large touchscreen is of course for many: everything is easy except for editing the sounds of drums, I have not found it yet.
    At this level, it changes my design are that it must be said is "taking head"
    the sudden inspiration comes a lot easier (but no no no no, I keep my Reason is great: see my review above)

    SOUNDS

    Oh the sound! bein there's good and less good as on all worksations.
    It is pretty much com…
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    The hit was average but not so horrible that it anyway: we made it quickly
    The synthesis is complete, more complete than the Yamaha Grounds example:
    There only to see the user guide PDF is over 400 pages!

    UTILIZATION

    The highlight of the machine: ergonomics!
    The large touchscreen is of course for many: everything is easy except for editing the sounds of drums, I have not found it yet.
    At this level, it changes my design are that it must be said is "taking head"
    the sudden inspiration comes a lot easier (but no no no no, I keep my Reason is great: see my review above)

    SOUNDS

    Oh the sound! bein there's good and less good as on all worksations.
    It is pretty much complete but Korg typed my Reason and my Roland GW8. It reminds me of my ex obviously Triton "Classic" I had no regrets yet sold (owned between 1998 and 2002, replaced by a tyros 1 at the time) but the M50 is much better in sound, at least at the realism of acoustic sounds. I miss maybe the sampling, but this is a good "entry level".
    strengths are ethereal and trippy webs, the synthetic sounds in general, and especially some acoustic bass, big surprise, electric guitars! Since I have it, I rediscovered the pleasure of dealing with the trio of electric guitar / bass / drums! (Ok, I know nothing beats the real instruments or some VST, but to make quick mock-ups ...)
    the acoustic drums lack a bit of "body" but they are still correct.
    As for the acoustic piano it is excellent (3 levels of speed and 128 MB in memory required) I think it lacks a level of Velocity "Strong" for more realism.
    Overall the sounds are inspiring though the sound color typed Korg can not please everyone. Like me!

    OVERALL OPINION

    If I had had this synth 15 years ago I would be crazy!
    To choose between this one and a Roland Juno-G, my preference will go towards the M50: 4 times the waveform memory, more effects, TRUE sequencer, etc. ... but no sampler, certe (anyway that is confined to the Juno loops and drums because it makes no multisampling)
    Compared to my Motif ES, I prefer certain features of it because of sampler, Cates PLG synthesis and acoustic sounds good but i was not the entry level in 2003. In fact they are complementary!

    I have only been three days so my opinion may change in one direction or another, but overall for now I take great pleasure in doing my songs on it.
    He just arrived home so there may be the attractive novelty?
    Anyway, the price / quality ratio is excellent, especially used.
    I recommend it so ...
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