Synth Site: Korg: DW6000 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Eric Hall a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Have had one since they came out in 1985...and love it. Wouldn't trade it for anything. I found that you can't reproduce the DW6000 sounds on the DW8000. So if you have a DW6000 and are thinking of getting the 8000 to REPLACE it...DON'T.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
Eric Lymon a hobbyist user from Holland writes:
I have this synth for quite some time and I`m still quite satisfied with it.

It has a real nice analog sound (although it`s a digital synth) and it is

great fun in combination with a computer (good MIDI capabilities) I`m still looking for it`s bigger brother the DW-8000, which seems to be even

more fun to play with.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
Emilio Giovenale a hobbyist user from Rome (Italy) writes:
I own a DW6000 since 1985 (I think!?!), and I had a lot of fun.

It is very easy to build new sounds once you know enough of subtractive synthesis.

It's a good analog synth, and it is possible to build good sound masses playing

with the filter.

Now it is obviously outdated (I own a 01/W pro too), but it still sounds fine:

I wasn't able to recreate some of the analog sounds on the 01/W (mainly due to the

lack of a resonant filter), so that the DW6000 remains in my synth system.

It suffers the lack of a dynamic keyboard, but you could control it through a

master midi keyboard (or another synth).

One big problem: an editor exists for the DW8000, but not for the 6000, as far as I know.

If you know of some... let me know! Emilio Giovenale

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
Yves a professional user from Canada writes:
In my DW-6000 days (today it'S Wavestation days) the thing was to reproduce &quot;classical&quot; (i.e, baroque pipe) organ timbres for wedding ceremonies. The DW-6000 never let me down and was quite impressive. (The Roland MSQ-100 sequencer is quite another story.) Pipe organs aren't touch sensitive and since this was part of multi-synth rig (Yamaha TX81Z &amp; DX-100; Korg MS-20)the 6000 fit in nicely. If you do sell it, keep the case.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
Michael L Roberts a hobbyist user from 0 writes:
I love my DW6000,however, I've recently had it serviced and lost all the information in the memory. Ive never claimed to be a programming wizzard, and cant seem to program it manually. I called Korg, hoping for some assistance They couldnt be bothered!!! However they said if I purchase a owner manual for $25 big ones, they'll send a factory pre-sets tape along with it . Well I recieved my manual,(that I didnt need!)and no tape. I called Korg and told them of the $25 ripp-off,they probably laught at me on the other end of the phone,and still no tape,they now say that they dont even have that tape anymore(kinda the way I feel about my $25) Do you or anyone you know have access to that tape ? If there is a fee... gladley paid! HELP!

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:38
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