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Korg Tr 76

Workstation from Korg belonging to the TR series.

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Korg Tr 76Published on 07/04/06 at 06:44
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Hi everyone.

So I am planning to buy a keyboard in the middle range (1500 euros)
I saw a lot KORG TR 88 with a lot of function and hamer 2 (es it surpassed / 3 and 4).
The question is: are he has a good touch (prcisioons those they are tried.

The bender is it practical ??

I also hesitates with the RD 300 SX Roland and Kawai MP 4: the rub is that it does not have a smart card and "squenceur" to be able to double itself m me. (the amplication it does not matter)
CP 33 yamaha seems too limited level function.

Tell me what you think of the goal as being able to play on stage with friends is not be too limited and its level ausiis power m'mamuser alone.

In fact if the...…
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Hi everyone.

So I am planning to buy a keyboard in the middle range (1500 euros)
I saw a lot KORG TR 88 with a lot of function and hamer 2 (es it surpassed / 3 and 4).
The question is: are he has a good touch (prcisioons those they are tried.

The bender is it practical ??

I also hesitates with the RD 300 SX Roland and Kawai MP 4: the rub is that it does not have a smart card and "squenceur" to be able to double itself m me. (the amplication it does not matter)
CP 33 yamaha seems too limited level function.

Tell me what you think of the goal as being able to play on stage with friends is not be too limited and its level ausiis power m'mamuser alone.

In fact if the touch of tr 88 is too crappy I prefer to forget the squenceur.

That you know all thank you for those who can illuminate my lantern. : )dropoff Window

USE

I wonder

SONORITS

I wonder

NOTICE GLOBAL

I wonder
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jym62jym62

Korg Tr 76Published on 10/03/06 at 13:54
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In complmnt another synth that I use on stage, I acquired this workstation because I was looking for a machine that could bring me sounds and other hot enough GPs. That's great, especially since it possde a built-squenceur 2 arpgiateurs, USB connection, the traditional MIDI connections.

64 Mb ROM

No. of progs: 5 x 128
Number of combis (performances): 3 x 128

Not bad effects

The sounds are quite easily ditables

Possibility to add a SAMPLING card and 32Mb of RAM memory.

USE

There are interesting enough to be able to quickly search the sounds by categories. Possibility for some combinations, enable or disable the grace arpgiateur a button.

I have not created my own...…
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In complmnt another synth that I use on stage, I acquired this workstation because I was looking for a machine that could bring me sounds and other hot enough GPs. That's great, especially since it possde a built-squenceur 2 arpgiateurs, USB connection, the traditional MIDI connections.

64 Mb ROM

No. of progs: 5 x 128
Number of combis (performances): 3 x 128

Not bad effects

The sounds are quite easily ditables

Possibility to add a SAMPLING card and 32Mb of RAM memory.

USE

There are interesting enough to be able to quickly search the sounds by categories. Possibility for some combinations, enable or disable the grace arpgiateur a button.

I have not created my own sounds.

Manuel very well translated, so enjoyable read.

SONORITS

It is true that many sonorits sound TECHNO, RAVE, (in COMBI mode). BY against, superb style sonorits WORLD Music (asian, indian, ...)

What I prefer is the foremost organ, winds, leads and spacey sounds.

Regarding piano sonorits, I prefre on my other synth.

The vlocit and after touch are correct.

NOTICE GLOBAL

User for 3 weeks, I have not been able to use it on stage. EC appreciates that I is its weight (less than 10 KG), ergonomics and display screen.

I hesitated with the YAMAHA MO8 but fell in love ... It is clear that we must always tried several times to make his choice. I do not regret it.

For a price infrieur 1200, interesting.

If I had more money, I would have to opt for the Triton Extreme which has a memory Suprieure, so more sonorits.
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attohneattohne

Korg Tr 76Published on 05/18/08 at 06:36
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Good day ladies and gentlemen.

I post just a "review" to say that I sell a KORG TR 76. So if interresse someone let me know!

Here is my email address if you want to contact me: (pupu_the_true@hotmail.fr)

See you soon!

USE

...dropoff Window

SONORITS

...dropoff Window

NOTICE GLOBAL

...dropoff Window
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Black-ravenBlack-raven

Korg Tr 76Published on 11/21/08 at 05:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Entry-level Workstation with Korg, the features are pretty good even though today we did better. See the specs at Korg!
I find the feel very different from the version 61 notes: it is firmer, more pleasant, but it's still a light touch plastic. It suits me but since I touch a keyboard with heavy quality, I can not.
There are some knobs on the front that can be assigned. It's convenient and they are quality (coating in a kind of gum, slight resistance to rotation).
The construction of the keyboard seems robust, the hull is made of metal

UTILIZATION

The first thing to do is read the manual which is not super clear.

Almost everything is done through menus and it is quickly...…
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Entry-level Workstation with Korg, the features are pretty good even though today we did better. See the specs at Korg!
I find the feel very different from the version 61 notes: it is firmer, more pleasant, but it's still a light touch plastic. It suits me but since I touch a keyboard with heavy quality, I can not.
There are some knobs on the front that can be assigned. It's convenient and they are quality (coating in a kind of gum, slight resistance to rotation).
The construction of the keyboard seems robust, the hull is made of metal

UTILIZATION

The first thing to do is read the manual which is not super clear.

Almost everything is done through menus and it is quickly lost. When one understands the logic of the keyboard is a little better, but still I find using a little complex when you want to dig a little deeper.

Where I put a big Korg least is not having planned to use bank. If you want to save a sound or a combination, it is imperative to crush an existing location. They could use competition at this level.

In short, with this keyboard you really take time to fully exploit it.

SOUNDS

If the use is weak, the sounds they make as a big slap! Forget the acoustic instruments (pianos are terrible, too metallic) and lean on the organ, tablecloths, strings, bass and synth sounds: it is simply amazing! This keyboard has excellent dynamics and a large potato, especially in combi mode. For electronic music, great!
I am not 10 because of the pianos really too bad.

OVERALL OPINION

I own this keyboard for 2 years now and I must say that the sound quality is truly amazing. The problem is that I play less and less style electronics and more and more piano (I own a CP33). My style is changing and this keyboard does not correspond necessarily to my needs. If it again (given my current tastes), I would not buy either the TR or the CP33, but with a single keyboard key hammer-quality and versatile.
But this takes away absolutely nothing to the quality of this keyboard is really a killer in electronic sounds.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Korg
  • Model: Tr 76
  • Series: TR
  • Category: Workstations
  • Added in our database on: 07/17/2008

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