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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Andrew Gribas a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This is my first synth, but still I think it's a very good piece of machinery. I think the strings are very good, especially the n-strings, and put them on a good long reverb and they sing. The pianos are quite good, and the synth sounds are pretty good except there could be more. I would have not made so many sound effects like dog and shotgun etc, and saved that ram space for more synth samples. The efffects themselves are good, but when you try to use them in the multi mode, they are hard to seperate for different tracks without modifingthe good ones.The interface is very easy to use and is quite clear aand understandable. One thing that I do bot like is the fact that the competing product, the qs, has the ability to load wave samples via the computer interface, wereas te NI doesn't even have expandable cards. Other wise it's a great instrument.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-04-1998 at 14:52
Rob Henley a professional user from USA writes:
I have used Korg Synths since the M-1 days and am very pleased with this new version(the N1). I think the factory settings for the Acoustic piano are a little on the bright side but that can be easily fixed by using the parametric EQ in the effects section to even out the sound across the 88 keys. One only has to "dig in" to the N1's sounds for a short while to realize this is a heck of a deal for the price!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:41
Tim Myers a part time user from England writes:
I own both an O1 and an N1, I think the N1 is a brilliant machine, can't get over how good the stereo piano sounds. The full 88 note piano weighted keyboard is an absolute joy to play. I have compared the sounds like for like with the O1 and must say that many of the sounds are absolutely identical, but some (like the piano) are miles better on the N1 whilst some others are better on the O1. The difference in quality between the N1 and the N5 for the small difference in price makes the purchase of the N1 a must, ( apart from the bloody weight if you're gigging.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:41
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