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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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jno a hobbyist user from united states writes:
ITS A GREAT MONO SYNTH FOR THE PRICE, I USE IT FOR ADDING PEICES AND PARTS TO TIGHTEN UP MY OTHER LOOSE SYNTHS, SURE ITS MONO BUT ONE NOTE CAN MAKE YOUR SOUND.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-12-2002 at 08:01
adam a part-time user from USA writes:
great flexibility. the sounds can go deeper tha most VAs in its class. if youre willing to devote time and patience to experimenting and programming, you will get sounds that most could only try to envision.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-04-2002 at 00:18
Luc Fonteyn a part-time user from Belgium writes:
Today is my last day that I have the Prophecy here at home because I'm selling it.

Well, a lot has already been said so I'll be brief.

It' a great synth (in a small package) but you need to be prepared to spend 'some' time to get familiar with all the knobs,... and its workings. It's certainly not the easiest synth. The manual is not very helpful, you'll have to discover a lot of things on your own. (advice: join a list about the prophecy).

So, why did I sell it? Not because the Prophecy is bad but after a while I felt the urge to play chords with this baby and since it is a monosynth, I felt a little short on this part. A few weeks ago I bought it's big brother, Korg Z1, so I won't really miss 'the prophecy'.

If you already own a Trinity, Triton or Karma, you might want to look for the MOSS expansion board, just plug it in...instant Prophecy or Z1.

This is not a synth for 'instant' sound pleasure, but if you like the create your own sounds (and are willing to invest some time), you can get some very neat stuff out of the Prophecy.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-07-2002 at 19:30
Anoosh Batieeri a professional user from Bellingham, Washington writes:
I simply love this leadpiano. I accuired it in Iran (of all places) and I love it. I could play classic Iranian music in the daytime and at night, hidden in my studio - I'd play strictly forbidden hip hop rhythms, with round bass patches! (In Iran you can get 20 lashings for playing such sounds). This Korg is definately fruit of the Devil. Get ONE!

posted Saturday-May-04-2002 at 12:46
mac a part-time user from canada writes:
the fattest bass in my studio is korg prophecy.I cant buy a minimoog but I am very satisfied with it. the original moog presets are fat enough. there are so many presets but this is my bass machine.I make hiphop bass for this

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-21-2002 at 06:55
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