Synth Site: Korg: Electribe EMX-1: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Shawn a professional user from wi writes:
Thought I would post my reivew here since this page seems to have allot of users of the electribe mx here.

Great value for the money, I bought this for use as a drum machine but it does so much more! and it does it well! Sound build is great, but none of the acoustic piano samples really impressed me that much. (they suK) Most of the drum samples are very usable and sound great, Korg for sure put there money where there mouth was with the samples. The synth in this thing is really great at getting very odd type electronic stuff, and can sound really gritty when used right! The best "sine" I have heard from a machine in this range. All in all a great machine for the price. It has been working double time in the studio every day since I bought it and I have not had any problems from it whatsoever! A five out of 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-23-2004 at 04:11
a part-time user writes:
the esx1 is great also,but this one take the cake for building an entire track with it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-21-2004 at 04:41
mickhale a hobbyist user from CA writes:
76 synth samples.... Is more than what I need for the EMX-1, IE: I don't use them very much because I have been taking advantage of the virtual analog functions. The samples do however sound very good, not the best out there but I dont need ultra crispy samples, The only samples I really care about are the drum samples and those are perfect for me! The synth samples are of the piano, woodwind and plucked varity. But also have some modern type samples in there as well, like synth samples and synth bass samples etc. One of the most over looked samples on the EMX-1 are the drum samples that you can select in the five "key zone" tracks and have them play tonaly accross the zone!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-19-2004 at 07:05
_tyrell_ from Belgium writes:
Oops, dunno what happened but I voted 0/5 so here's the correct marks.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-18-2004 at 06:27
_tyrell_ a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
The more I use it, the more I find it extremely creative and fun to use. And 207 drums samples (+ other synth samples) is more than enough. If it's not enough, then use one or more tracks to trigger an external sampler (e.g. get a cheap - but very good - Emu ESI32). Once for all, this instrument must be seen as a very good and easy to use hardware sequencer with two added bonus: 207 drums samples and 5 (that's a lot) VA tracks. There's nothing to really complain about it... Maybe a slight lack of flexibility for live use ? As an "experienced" musician, I like to venture in different styles (ambient/trance/movie/games) and really, this thing can be used to make many things. It's up to you, the musician, to use your creativity and make this instrument sound like nothing else. With samples, VA tracks, 3 good effects and many other features don't say it's not possible. It is.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-18-2004 at 06:22
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