Synth Site: Korg: M1 Synthesizer Workstation: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Bronto a hobbyist user from Switzerland writes:
Hey, great instrument You can work for ages with it and never reach the limits

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
Benjamin Tucker a part time user from USA writes:
As far as looks go, I consider the Korg M1 the most beautiful keyboard in the world. It sounded OK too. I miss mine. It was stolen. . .out of a church, too. If you feel sorry for me, please send me your M1. Hey, I'll pay the shipping!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
Mauricio Novoa a professional user from CANADA writes:
For its price the M1 is the best thing you can get. I had one but I trade for a trinity. Since I have the PBS-TRI option, I can the M1 presets inside of my Trinity. I'm telling you I know every litle trick about it. Got questions, I got answers. I know how to create extra patches like accordions and organs. If you are a lucky one that has one, don't sell it. It's a Historical Pice of Art

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
Brent Haeseker a 0 user from usa writes:
The M1 is a great synth. Sure it's a bit dated if you only play the factory presets (Would somebody please strangle the guy who programmed preset 41, it was a crappy piano sound in 1989, and guess what - it's still crappy! I don't care if people use it because it cuts thru a mix, as far as I'm concerned it should be buried in the mix, or left out altogether. But hey, even I'm guilty of shaking my booty in the local disco, while countless songs featuring M1 preset 41 playing bouncy triad chords over TR808 beats play overhead. I love to contradict myself.). Like most Korg synths, the M1 is simple to use. It may have multiple pages to scroll thru to get to where you want to go, but it is logical and commonsense orientated in it's layout. The only exception would be it's worthless, good for nothing, limited sequencer. THE ONLY THING THE SEQUENCER WAS GOOD FOR WAS RAISING THE PRICE OF THE M1. Hook it up to a real sequencer (Akai MPC or ASQ) and then you will appreciate the M1's easy to use multi-timbral power. And for crying out loud, learn to program new sounds on it, it can do quite a bit. My only regret in buying the M1 is that I traded in some great old synths (including my original mint Jupiter 6) when getting it. By the way, what's with the M&amp;M style buttons. If you break one open, is there just chocolet on the inside or will there be a peanut.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
Gary Sommer a part time user from USA writes:
If you program your synth (instead of playing the presets) you will find the M1

to be a lot of fun. The FX are still good by today's standards. Portamento

and resonant filters are the things I think it lacks. I'm not selling mine!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:45
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