Buy An M3 And Get A Free Mobile Recorder

Korg promotion rewards new M3 customers with free MR-1 mobile DSD recorder      05/05/09

Buy An M3 And Get A Free Mobile Recorder


From May 1 through August 31, 2009 (or while supplies last), customers who purchase a new M3 Music Workstation (M3-61, M3-73, M3-88 or M3-M) from an authorized Korg USA dealer can receive an MR-1 mobile DSD recorder, worth $899.00, absolutely free. Here's Korg's description of the M3 line and the MR-1...
Korg's current iteration of the M3 line, the M3 XPanded Workstation, provides a color TouchView display, EDS synthesis, chord triggers, drum tracks, KARMA interactive phrase technology and an assignable control surface. For the modern studio, the M3 XPanded includes free plug-in editing software plus Firewire, Analog Modeling (via RADIAS technology) and Memory Expansion options.
The MR-1 handheld DSD recorder offers an ideal solution for mobile recording needs, delivering the highest quality audio fidelity available today. It includes a stereo microphone and protective sleeve, and it uses a rechargeable internal battery for ultimate portability. The DSD recording format provides detailed audio imaging throughout the dynamic range. AudioGate software (included) allows DSD recordings to be converted easily to other file formats.
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