Synth Site: Korg: X911 Guitar Synth: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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William Price a professional user from US writes:
I have used the X-911 for a variety of purposes from the bizarre to the ordinary (re: everything from guitars,vox,sax,etc. to false tracking of samples to produce a "chaos-yet-synched" effect in SHRiNe, the electronic performance group I am in. I find it to be quite versatile. With dilligent practice, the tracking can be mastered more efficiently then many other "plug-and-play" analog synths of this and earlier vintages, including the early Roland models. The tracking is also nearly instantaneous due to the lack of processing necessary(No midi, nopolyphony). I am often dissapointed by the lack of sustain, but hope to change this with a footpedal I am building. Use of constant signal with level envelope (re: an RCA tone generator) produced constant triggering with zero cutoff (the lack of envelope would simply keep the osc's on). It s voicing is very sonorous, and is especially handy as an extra voice to accompany another synth or instrument. DO NOT BUY THESE. THEY SUCK. YOU ARE NOT WORTHY. GIVE YOUR X-911's to me!!! I seek other Korg products to interface, and most especially the Mic stand adaptor for the base, and perhaps an original footswitch bay.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:42
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