Synth Site: Korg: X3 Synthesizer Workstation: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.0 out of 5
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Leonardo Bedetti a professional user from Argentina, B.Blanca writes:
I`ve recently bought my X3 and it´s just great. The floppy drive it`s very useful to get sounds and to use the sequencer with a pc, without connecting it with midi devices. The effects are great and the synth it`s a very good choise to get the sound that you want. I just can´t get tired of playing it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Oct-30-2005 at 18:51
marvin bryant a part-time user from new haven,ct. writes:
this keyboard x3 is light and powerful and nice to carry around.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-12-2005 at 05:52
Keith a professional user from N.Jersey U.S writes:
An extremely underatted synth. The X3 is one of the most musical and complete boards ever made. People say is doesn't have powerful analogue filters. SO WHAT. How many hit records have sqealing sounds all over them ? This is the perfect composition board. For songwriting and sound-tracks. It has a very fine and user friendly 16 track sequencer. Fantastic drums sounds, and etheral pads and pumping basses. Not to mention some of the most realistic and above all USERABLE guitar patches. I have been using the X3 since 1995 and have never grown tired of it. It is a joy to work with and you actually write finshed pieces instead of playing who has the fattest bass patch or the biggest res swell. Get an X3 it is a superb workstation.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-25-2005 at 13:00
John Ashford a part-time user from Australia writes:
I bought my X3 in 1995. It has never skipped a beat. I have used it mainly as a sequencer, composing a lot of ambient and lounge music, also stage music soundtracks. I had a CD released commercially which was produced solely with this unit. The sounds are pretty bread'n'butter pedestrian, but the X3 is actually very programmable - if you play with the oscillator, filter and envelope settings, then set the chorus and reverb carefully, and create your own PCG sets (easily stored on floppy disk), you can end up with some glorious rich evolving pads and chilled electric pianos. Not a squealing resonant synth prospect however, so I use my X3 to midi-drive those boards that will resonate, such as a JP8000 and Supernova. The plug-in sound cards were good options as well; I purchased the world sounds which contain some realistic sample sets and complex glissando sounds. I am still using it to feed into a hard disk multitracker alongside it's younger brothers, mainly for the silky pads, which suit ambient techno well.

You get attached to things like X3s.....

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Apr-15-2005 at 11:30
christian a professional user from argentina writes:
I've bought the X3 in 1993, and back then the sounds were pretty cool. The sequencer is really easy to use, this was my first professional synth and the same day i've bought it i was programming a song. I've always like the sound of A16 Finger Bass, which i still use in time to time. I have more than absolute respect for this baby, since it help me learn about midi and sequencing and never have any problem, it was always there! I still use it as a controller for VST apps in Cubase, and some live shows.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-19-2004 at 21:13
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