Synth Site: Kawai: K3m Synthesizer Module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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gdejong a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
Best value I ever got. No lush multitimbrals or naturalistsic sounds on this unit but if you like tweaking your sounds this thing is suberb. The envolope filters and LFO's are basic but powerful and in combination with the front end controls, over 50 buttons worth, the soundcrafting is easy and enjoyable.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-25-2002 at 17:24
Sean Crighton-Hara a professional user from united kingdom writes:
a very good synth if a little noisy at times can fill a number of roles ..i have owned a jupiter 6 / a jx8p and a jx3p and put a chorus on the end of it and it'll blow away any of those synths for synth strings effects and rich strings ..not so hot on screeching leads but good all the same .. although i dont want to i now have to get rid of mine for a keyboard to play live ..i'm open to offers or swaps.. i also have a manual and a cart.. with it ..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-06-2002 at 18:51
Mark Metzger a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I have two linked together to increase the polyphony. It's got some very fat sounds that you can't find on other machines. Sure the programming is a bit of a futz but it otherwise is a great unit for the $.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-10-2001 at 18:08
Keith Thuemmel a professional user from Irving , Tx , USA writes:
Just pick this thing up the other day. 1st impression was , "look at all those buttons , I don't have a manual , i'm screwed." However after a week I am making my own patches with hardly any effort at all. It is very intuitive. If you know the basics , ie. , adsr , vca's , vcf's , then this unit is very easy to program. Now for the sounds I can get from it range from huge rumbling bass to weird spacey bleeps and blurbs. Got mine for 150 dollars with the memory cartridge. So you should be able to pick one up for around that. If you can get it for that don't hesitate , sounds great.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-19-2001 at 18:29
Johnny Elmer a professional user from Great Britain writes:
Though dance fans won't find it nancy enough for their tastes (sic), for industrial electronic music it has a very good feel. Very artificial (a la Kraftwerk Electric Cafe) and a bit like my old PPG Wave 2.2. You can get weird asthmatic pads and digital basses like a DX with filters. Chorus unit does random sweeps plus adt and slapback. The VCF can be patched into most stuff as can osc mix. the bottom end is too hairy, i have the lowpass on -2 all the time! I got mine for a 100 quid. I wish i could find another. JE PS Try it through a Marshall.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-27-2000 at 21:13
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