Korg M3 Video Operation Guide

Karma-Lab releases first two parts online      26/07/07

Korg M3 Video Operation Guide


Stephen Kay, the creator of the KARMA technology in the new Korg M3 Workstation, has released online the first two parts of a comprehensive M3 Video Operation Guide, focusing on all the basic features. Whether you've just purchased an M3, or you're thinking of trying one out at a dealer, these videos are full of sound demos and performances that show you all the basic ins and outs of the unit, up close and personal.
Part 1 covers Basic Navigation, the Control Surface, and Reloading the Factory Data: Part 1 Part 2 covers Program Mode and the Radias Expansion Option: Part 2 The entire guide will be approximately 8 Parts, 1 hour and 45 minutes in length, and is being released online in sections as the editing is completed. It will also be available as a DVD for those who wish the convenience of navigation and a larger, clearer video picture.
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