Synth Site: Korg: X3 Synthesizer Workstation: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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Vijay Gade a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I am finding this keyboard just too good. Enough for my imagination.

The only disadvantage I feel is the "effects" mode. For example, if I want to recordsome tracks, where I want just a single track with some "x" effect, I am not being able to do so. All the other tracks also get the same effect.

The other disadvantage is the 32 polyphony limit. Of course we cant help it. Even TRINITY has the same disadvantage.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-04-2000 at 19:23
Johan Söderling a part-time user from Stockholm, Sweden writes:
Great Workstation. Great sequencer. If you got the time, sure you can make great sounds, but sounds as a Korg in the original mode. I have made all my basic beats and more with it, and later put down leads with other "equitment".(!?) Good piano, great strings very good soundtrack sounds, more of a overall user tool, if it´s not too expensive...go for it.


Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-13-2000 at 09:02
Keith Cummings a hobbyist user from beautifully quiet Canada writes:
I just got one and use it with a K2KVP and like the fit. Has some nifty spacious swirls,real pretty 16' piano,remarkably gentle flugal-horn,spiffy trumpet,organs 'till the cows come home (100+),and passable sax.On the whole verging on a superb soundset.Keyboard action, interface, durability above average. Oh yes, did I mention the Pink Floyd Looks like it'll do as well on stage as well as in studio. Paid $700 with SCB case, no regrets.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-26-2000 at 19:31
Matt S. a professional user from US writes:
This machine has some serious secret abilities, you just have to be a very, very patient programer to find them (Hopefully my music will blow up and you can hear what I'm talking about). I've spent a good 1-2 hours a day on it for the last 7 years. It's built like a tank, the only repair I've had to make was to re-sodder the l/r out puts. This baby can definately make PHAT sounds too. Though the presents are dated by todays standards, you gotta remember it is a SYNTH, So get the hell in there and mess with the sounds. If you just use presets than your whack anyway. Got the most intense distortion effect I've ever heard. Very high out put I might add on the line out too. Very good action once you get used to it (come on you can't tell me a fender rhodes suitcase has the most accurate action at first either). Thanks X-3, you've come along way baby!

ps. if you got qestions maybe I can help, I really know this machine in and out.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-21-1999 at 19:31
a professional user writes:
I have been using the X3 for a year now, and it's a great keyboard to use, Although the sthnic sounds are not very desirable. The sequencer is not the best because of the drum pattern programming. It takes too much time to compose a rhythm and then set it onto bars, when your're in Real Pattern Play mode. I have just got rid of my X3 and I'm now buying a N364, which should be alot better, because of the 63 voice polyphony and the RPPR function. Overall , it's not bad for the price.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-24-1999 at 05:53
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