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Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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ChemVein a professional user from USA writes:
The TR-Rack doesn't use MOSS, just to clear up the below review.

posted Monday-Mar-19-2001 at 20:22
Dave a part-time user from Canada writes:
Very Nice system! I use this with the Kurzweil 2500XS, and it's almost flawless! both great systems, and now with the moss, and vast, I have a kickin' setup for a decent price! (well, the tr-rack anyway :-)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-19-2001 at 13:35
Toomas a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
Jag skulle vilja köpa en begagnad TR Rack för 5000 kr i bra skick. Finns det nån som vill sälja maila mig

posted Saturday-May-27-2000 at 19:34
Dale North from AR, USA writes:
What an amazing value!

I cannot believe that Korg only wants $1000 for this piece of work. As said earlier, the sound source might as well be a triton. Over 1000 sounds , and all amazing sounding. Also included is emagic Sounddiver, which after the learning curve, becomes an awesome tool. The unit itself is sleek and attractive, with a great big lettered display. If you use Trinitro and Sounddiver you won't find yourself pushing buttons on the panel that much. I really don't see the point in buying a rack synth for its sounds and then not using them...but If you like to make your own, the sounddiver software works great. There's so many good sounds, you'll probably have to spend days auditioning them all. The only thing you might miss is the ribbon controller, but you can work around that. Not that many sounds utilize it. If you have a good controller keyboard, do yourself a favor and pick up a TR rack. You will be so pleased.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Apr-06-2000 at 15:51
Thomas Emil Hansen a part-time user from Denmark writes:
An entire Trinity in a one-space rack module, and cheap! Sounds good? Then read on.

You get the same sound quality and muscle as the famous Korg Trinity, even a little more thanks to the increased number of multi-samples. So that's pretty nice, especially when you consider that the Trinity is almost a Triton and that the TR-Rack goes at less than half the price! Unfortunately there's quite a problem with the user-interface. No knobs, no data wheel, definitely no touch screen, and not even access to all program parameters. And the huge display is only for displaying ridiculously huge characters … That's not good, unless of course you're one of those I'm-satisfied-with-the-presets kind of guys :). The only solution to that problem, and the only option using the TR-Rack IMHO is to use the very handy and clever Sound Diver software included with the package. The software runs on PC and Mac (not much CPU power is needed) and gives you easy access to all parameters. I run it in parallel with Cubase, flicking back and forth without problems; even the MIDI signals goes uninterrupted! That's pretty impressing! A big monitor is a must though, at least 19" 1280 x 1024, if you don't want to find yourself dragging vertical and horizontal bars too much.

Conclusion: If you meet the demands (computer with BIG monitor) you should definitely consider this one seriously. Great value-for-money!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-23-2000 at 19:16
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