Synth Site: Korg: N1: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Larry Hill a part-time user from USA writes:
I really like my N1, I read some of the other comments and disagree strongly with the negative reports. My keys feel very much if not exacly like a standard piano and the keys certainly do not move from side to side. It plays beautifuly. I am well pleased with the price as well. I would agree that Roland does have a little better sound, but they also have quite a difference in $$$$$. The Korg is a great buy for the money.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-06-2001 at 14:04
Ernest Wernars a hobbyist user from Maarssen (The Netherlands) writes:
I bought my N1 about a year ago and are still very pleased with it. I play in a symphonic rock band and the N1 gives me all the piano's, organs and full synth patches I want. Even the vocals and choirs are nice providing the keyboardist plays within the human voice tone range. I't a pitty that the mellotron like patches are not very convincing. For those I use the Alesis QS7 A nice performance synth (although somewhat heavy)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-06-2001 at 10:48
Vivace a part-timer user from Canada writes:
I won a prize in a composing competition using nothing but the N1. Enough said!? There should be a 6 out of 5....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-24-1999 at 21:33
Kevin Pederson a professional user from USA writes:
I bought the N1 last week and I'm still wading thru all the delicious patches...killer pianos and rhodes plus all the sounds from the extensive KORG library...midi this up to a Z1 and the world is a better place...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-24-1999 at 00:11
Eric Hirsh a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This is my first proffesional keyboard and even after comparing it to many other keyboard "greats", the N1 is very pleasing on all accounts. If you are looking for a keyboard with tons and tons of sounds this is your choice especially for the price! But sounds aren't the only good quality abou the synth; you can edit pracically everything be it a program, a combination, effects, preformances and this can all be saved. The preformance edit is helpful for live keyboardists who need a libary of sounds with a certain set of split/layer/effects etc. conditions right there. (this requires some programming with a computer beforehand). A plus of the keyboard is the two independant great for making a luscious sound what it is but my huge porblem is that in Mutli(MIDI) mode you are limited to only 2 effects for all 32 tracks. If using an external computer you can't take advantage of the unique effect that comes with each sound. I realize that an internal effects processer that can do 64 simultaneous effects is outrageous but it really limits my playing since I don't have any other effects myself. Enough abou thte bad stuff though, I still think Korg did a wonderful job of making a live performance/MIDI composition keyboard for the budgeted player.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-06-1999 at 15:41
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