Synth Site: Korg: T3 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Noel C. Williams, JR. a professional user from Riverdale, IL., 60827 USA writes:
I use my Korg T-3 to teach music on a daily basis. I have found it to be an excellent keyboard. The only thing is that it took me years to learn how to edit the sounds to make them more useful. I am now looking for ways to make PCM disks (creating my own multi-sounds) to be loaded into the expanded memory of the T-3. CAN ANYONE HELP?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
George Philip Birney a hobbyist user from Netherlands - Europe writes:
Hello ! My first CD, a 4-part symphony (SPace Shuttle Symphony), is going to be released in Q3 or Q4 1998. It is entirely sequenced on a KORG T1. I am very much satisfied with this great machine ! And for my next CD (Hi Bach) I will be using the same good old KORG T1 !

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Robert a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I've had my T3 ever since it came out, and it has been an excellent workstation. But take everything that is good about the T3, multiply it by 20, and then add everything that the T3 should have and you get a TRINITY... I couldn't resist, so I bought a TRINITY and use my T3 as a sound module.. Not real practicle, but I doubt I'd part with it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Don a professional user from Colorado - USA writes:
I've used my T3 since I got it in 1990 in the studio, on tour, and as a sequencer for radio and TV productions. Usually I start out with the T3 seq. as a sketch pad and then download it into Performer on my Mac, but sometimes I'll just trigger everything with it. You notice timing discrepencies when you look at the beats in Performer, but sometimes for a drum groove, being off dead center of the beat will add life to a drum or bass track. The B3 sounds work well if you mix them with other sounds. Having the old M1 classic sounds (piano, Lore, Magic organ, etc.) around comes in handy. Try mixing a great old familiar M1/T3 sound with something new from a JV-1080 or other new synth. Producers will think you're a genius! Find one in great shape and use it as your unweighted controller.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Anthony a hobbyist user from Philippines writes:
I've had my T3 for 7 years and have the following comments: 1) It's limited polyphony (16) prevents me from making complex musical arrangements. I am currently thinking on buying a sound module (perhaps a Roland SC-88) to add to the polyphony. 2) Comparing it with new workstations such as the Roland XP-80, I find that i still prefer the Brasses/Horns (Trumpet, etc.) section of the T3, especially the French Horn patch. That is perhaps one reason why I cannot totally give up my T3 in favor of the new Roland synths. I also like the fuller/fatter Timpani sound of the T3 more than that of the new XP-80 and the JV-1080 series. 3) Piano sound leaves much to be desired (it has a short sustain time perhaps due to limited polyphony). Another reason why I am looking for a sound module. So far, the piano sound i've been dreaming of having is that of the Roland keyboards such as the JV-80. 4) I bought my T3 with the EX option (Expanded RAM). Can anyone help me on how I can create/copy sounds (WAVE files or sounds from other sound modules) and load it to the T3? H E L P ! ! !

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
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