Synth Site: Korg: Electribe ER-1: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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bob a professional user from usa writes:
hmm. the 808 cost about 100 dollars 15 years ago and sounded really 80's. the whole electronic movement started its sound because the musicians couldn't afford the "better digital instruments". so they had to settle for the shitty unconvincing analog gear that they could afford. now its a complete turnaround. analog rules and people settle for digital stuff. i say to hell with it all and if it sounds good i am using it. i love the 909 and the 808 but in the same breath i love my er-1. i spend lots of time with her, and have realized that yes it has a sound of its own too and every time i turn it on it sounds a little different- much like the 808. i see korg as the company who is giving us what we really want at a good price not what they want us to buy at a steep price like roland nowadays. dont get me wrong i love my roland gear too. i just dont get it. every year they are throwing a new sampler or groovebox out there that is replacing the one that just came out. how about a tr808 mkII? korg got it with the er-1 mkII! keep it up korg give us what we want!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-13-2004 at 14:53
Gigi a hobbyist user from America writes:
Ijust started out in making electronic music, so maybe it is just me,but it seems like this thing is limited to what it can do.The sounds seem more 80's like.But other than that,I have made some nifty little beats.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-01-2004 at 16:57
DJ-TURBO a professional user from USA writes:
hay you all here at sonicstate, thought i would drop by my review of my er-1 i got picked up the other day for $105. well the first day i got it i played around with the preset beats and was like yea it seams kinda cool, but had to go to work about an hour later. the next day i took a few hour to make my own beats, and whow. i could not belive how good they sounded out of this little box. kinda like some 303 and 909 stuff. any way for $105 dollars i was suprised what all this thing could do. if you are new to the electronic music thing i reccomend that you start out with the electribes from korg very easy and very cheap. im going to have to get me the new ones now and see if they are any better

--- DJ-TURBO

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-09-2003 at 14:55
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$60 for an er-1?yes u hear it right,no cheat.i got one.i use it w/ my gifted-ea-1,and w/ the drumstation.er1 for the electronic percssive sounds just like kraftwerk stuffs and drumstation do basic bombing thang:kik and snare,hatz...and ea1 do the background bleeping little seq,(yeah it can't do wild leads on its own w/o any stompboxes )

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-25-2003 at 10:15
Jay a professional user from New York writes:
The best stand alone drum machine I have ever heard. This baby is for the creative among you who want to stamp your own sound. It kicks like a mule & produces fabulous electro sounds. Buy IT!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-17-2003 at 20:54
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