Synth Site: Korg: X3 Synthesizer Workstation: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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Pirkka Maksimainen from Finland writes:
X3 was my second Korg synthesizer. The sequencer is really nice and fast to use. In X3 you don't have to load every time your song files from the disk like in Trinity. Only bad thing in X3 is the touch of the keyboard, it isn't fast enough to play. That's why I traded my X3 to Trinity. Well X3 kicks ass anyway!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-05-2000 at 05:16
Gil a professional user from Hollywood, CA writes:
I have had my X3 for about 6 years and its still going on. Even though I have a Triton, the X3 is still my mail keyboard because it has a fast action keys, and its is a simple synth. I love it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-05-2000 at 00:47
bob a professional user from austin texas writes:
i would just like to ad my 2 cents worth in about the x3-- i just started playing out in a techno band about 2 months ago and the heart of my equipment is the x3r. my only real complaint about the thing is having to load disks every few songs because of memory problems(could have to do with the amount i use when i write sequences) had a m1r before it and promply sold it when i got the x3r. i love the effects and the amount of free sound patches out there- you dont even need to sysex dump because the x3 will read your computers disks. i will level with you and say that the drums are good for fills but i use a machine for the majority of the drum tracks and thats ok because most people use more than one synth anyway. i also use an sq80 for the harder more analog sounding tracks- but thats about it. i really like the vintage pcg and the 01w pcg the most. oh also, i am thinking of buying another x3- does the x3 only have 2 audio outs as apposed to the x3r having 4? thanks- bob

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-25-2000 at 01:08
Elias a hobbyist user from Sunnyvale, California writes:
I love my keyboard. I've had it for around 4 years now. I can't stop playing with it and finding new things to do with it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-25-2000 at 00:49
bobbye turner a professional user from austin texas writes:
this is one of the best early model korgs in my book. set up similar to the m1. and the new n series are set up like it. the effects take some getting used to. i usually set the send ond the tracks i want effects on to off and go to the edit mode while in seq. mode and the first page has a c/d send level. then i do to the effects mode and set it to parallel mode. voila! effects on c/d and dry on a/b. the only drawback i can think of is the sound edit function is so hard to learn. at first all of the sounds are confusing but when you learn how to program them its awsome.

the main advantages i've noticed the x3 has over the m1 is the disk drive, effects, and real time edit functions while recording or playing the sequencer. the combo function is awsome as well. i just wish you could use it in the sequencer mode!!!

like i said i saw a new n364 the other day and it was set up exactly like the x3. thats got to tell you something. its one of the greats and i think it'll be around a long time.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-21-2000 at 09:06
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