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Korg Krome 61
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Korg Krome 61

Workstation from Korg belonging to the Krome series.

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«  Super price / quality ratio! »

Published on 07/05/14 at 09:04
Value For Money : Excellent
All is said ...

UTILIZATION

Very good ergonomics, allows to work with logic and without taking the head, very intuitive for a synth / workstation ... Certainly incomparable with virtual analog with all the knobs that can work in real time.

SOUNDS

The sounds are good to excellent, Korg excels in sound called "synthetic" in recent years as well as pianos. The Krome confirms this trend.

Pianos: 10
Electric pianos: 10
Organs: 8
Pad / lead: 10
Strings: 9
Guitars: 9
Winds: 8
Low: 9

Obviously touch is pretty average in this price range but is by far not the worst compared to its competitors ...

OVERALL OPINION

For me it is a mid-range workstation and not input range. I find it very well built and with good overall finishes, two different aluminum finishes on the front are great, it changes ALL the plastic of its Japanese competitors 2. Its large clear and readable touch screen is a real asset and can work quickly and logically. With its very low price, this synth / workstation has everything you need and more! When I read some reviews that compare Krome with its big brother the Kronos or Yamaha XF I find it completely irrelevant and ridiculous, when comparing a product is done with objectivity and especially in the price category EVEN ...
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