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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Scott a hobbyist user from USA writes:
i just got the Novation k Station.

does anyone know the setting for a clean/moog style tone? no effects? thats the only thing i cant get going. HA.. it seems lame of me, but its true. if you know how, PLEASE email me. scott@heartsdivide.net

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-02-2002 at 22:14
Domenic a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Well I just bought another K-Station. I sold my Nord Lead 2 in favor of the K-Station. I bought a Yamaha An1x a few weeks ago and loved it enough to get rid of the Nord. The Nord was nice, but I was getting frustrated trying to create sounds from scratch. The An1x is nice, real nice. Anyway I can deal with the two octave keyboard on the K-Station now, because I have the An1x. The K-Station to me sounds better than the Nord. I also like the Vocoder, which the Nord didn't have. The K-Station is nice because of it's size too. The only thing that I need to do now is find a case for it for when I gig.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-06-2002 at 20:18
nick@sonic a professional user from UK writes:
I agree, I was pretty pleased with the build quality of the review item we had. I'm guessing you had a bad one.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-28-2002 at 05:42
martin a part-time user from united states writes:
i'm not sure where people are getting their views concerning the kstation's build quality. perhaps novation got sloppy with their most recent batch. i bought mine not much after they official went on sale. i have no lose screws, and mine has never once crashed. for those of you who are having troubles have you even bothered to consult novation's technical support? compare this synth to other va's and you'll find its knobs are whole lot more secure than an ms2000. and unlike a jp8000 the only plastic coverings are the end caps and a pitch bend/mod wheel cover. you don't get weighted keys for this price but compare the way they feel as opposed to the feel of the keys on any of the nords. i did, however,make modifications to the keys so that i could get the feel of a semi-weighted keyboard.(i wouldn't recommend doing this if you're worried about voiding your waranty.) anyway, does the fact that it's lightweight mean its cheaply built? perhaps it would make people feel better if it was housed in titanium and weighed 50lbs and then see how fun that would be to haul around everywhere. the reality is nearly all the newer synths are being built lighter so that shipping costs remain affordable and performance synths can actaully be portable enough to bring to a performance. and as for the guy whose afraid hes gonna drop it, perhaps you should be more carefull with your gear. no device is built to withstand negligence.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-26-2002 at 22:39
Sean Pop a part-time user from US writes:
K Station Oh K Station.... I have my novation horror story, I promarily use analog equipment and wanted to get my first VA, and this was the coolest machine, I had planned to use it in my live act to replace my MS10, My complaints are similiar to the others that have been posted, BAD BAD Build Quality, man if I slipped and dropped it, it would be all over, Clicks Clicks CLICKS! I know I got one with SYS 1.0 and I had guitar center order me one from the Factory with the Upgraded System Software, I got home opened it, same thing 1.0!!!! I dont have a Midi capable Computer, so I am getting my Money back and hunting for something more rounded, this machine did have outstanding Rich and thick sounds I think that the idea behind its creation was good, just lost out with the important features that make a keyboard good. its really a shame, I wish I could keep it but its nothing but a toy with the clicks and pops. maybe they will update it.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-23-2002 at 20:39
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