New Resource For Korg And KARMA Users

Karma-Lab unveils the Karma-Lab Wiki      01/09/08
New Resource For Korg And KARMA Users


Based on the concept of popular community-authored web references such as Wikipedia.com, the Karma-Lab Wiki (wiki.karma-lab.com) aims to build a library of useful "how to" information for working with the various keyboards, music workstations and software incorporating KARMA technology. Not only does it contain articles about KARMA technology, but general articles covering all aspects of the products that incorporate KARMA (such as Korg Keyboards like the M3, OASYS, Karma Workstation, Triton w/KARMA software and more). Over 90 articles are available at the moment, with more going up daily.
The Karma-Lab Wiki is an extension of Karma-Lab Forums (forum.karma-lab.com), a popular community site for the support of KARMA and Korg products, run by KARMA Developer Stephen Kay. But while forums can be an immense repository of wisdom and helpful advice, finding specific information can be difficult due to their conversational nature. The Karma-Lab Wiki is based on the idea of enabling the community to share useful information in an organized manner that facilitates finding the answers and advice they need quickly.
You can search for articles by category or by using the community-assigned tags in the sidebar. For example, click on the "korg-m3" tag for all articles that relate in some way to the M3 Workstation, or click on the "pads" tag to see all articles that relate to using the pads on various keyboards.
Karma-Lab is also sponsoring a "Win Some Stuff Wiki Contest", where the best new article each week will win the contributor a KARMA T-shirt, cap, mug, or other merchandise.
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