Synth Site: Korg: I3 Workstation: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Rolo a hobbyist user from Netherlands writes:
i3 is a great keyboard, but it is not a real synthesyzer like they told me in the shop. Changing the existing patches however can create some cool new sounds. The sequenzer is quit easy to handle, but shortcut-keys are not well documented and not available for all standaard functions. Control-buttons could have been made easier. Piano-sound really sucks compared to many other keyboards, most other sounds among which the electric piano's the are quite good. Losing your midisequences with a power off is a disappointment. Korg should have thought about that. Diskdrive only accepting 720 KB disks also stupid. But overal a very nice keyboard for home-playing, but can also be well used on stage.

I still haven't figured all the stuff out yet, but compared to other keyboards I've played this one comes out quit good. In combination with a computer you can easily and quickly create and edit professional MIDI-files. Without the PC you'll miss some features, but not many.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-15-2000 at 23:58
Wilyjanto, SE a professional user from Indonesia writes:
I bought my i3 in 1995, and I still using it until now, I have TRINITY and XP-80 for studio working, X5D for performing on stage and i3 for one man band job and it always work fine for me. I have repair it twice, for output noise problem and replacing disk drives and backlit LCD, it cost me alot!!!!! but couse I love it so much so its all done...

mine is still in mint condition, I almost paln to sell it to buy the new i30, but I know this keyboard is going to be a legend like the M1 did and I love it to much so I decided this one is a keep. my i3 is my first workstation, I've learned a lot from it... keep yours!!! this is a valuable synth!!! I knoe some other synth may sound better (my TRINITY and XP does) but it can do what others can do... so dot get lazy... progammed the sound!!!! I have done mine.. and it sounds fantastic!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-08-2000 at 12:51
Robert Hall a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I have had my I3 for two years now. Once you learn how to edit the "shop" sounds you can come up with some really crazy sounds. I like it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-08-1999 at 14:10
Arash Akbarzadeh a part time user from Canada writes:
I truly loved the sounds that the i3 had to offer. I was a bit surprised with its performance in terms of speed but other from that I consider it to be good keyboards to work with. I suggest the KORG Trinity Pro X if your looking for some realistic sounds and a higher performance rate.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:43
Peter Walsh a part time user from Northern Ireland writes:
1. Generally excellent when the standard arrangements are customised. 2. Drum mapping should be controllable by a footswitch system. 3. The 64 User Style Memory up-date chip is prohibitively expensive. (Korg

will have to do better than £349.00 Retail!) 4. Muliple outputs esp. for Bass &amp; Drums would have been nice. 5. A bit more positive development and user support from Korg U.K.????????

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:43
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