Synth Site: Korg: T3 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Tana Rusitanonta a hobbyist user from Ca, USA writes:
I've had this board since 9th grade in high school, so I've had it now for about 7 years. I bought my T3 w/ the EX option when it first came out. It was quite expensive back then, but definitely well worth my parent's money. Before the T series came out I used to borrow my mentor's M1. Korg's piano sounds are what drew me to the T3. I found the flutes and wind instruments quite favorable as well. The sequencer provides enough basic effects to make my songs sound &quot;good enough&quot; (at least at this level of the game). I wish, though, that my board came with more drumkits. Overall I'm in love my T3. I've even given it a name: Shiela. Yup, that's my baby! She helped my band and I win some competitions and make some $. While playing in Arizona in the blazing heat I warpped the screen. Does anyone know where I can get it repaired? Laterz...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Nick Romagnoli a part time user from USA writes:
I have owned a "T2" (a T3 with a 76 note keyboard)since 91 and have to agree with the subjective opinions listed.My new synths are much more advanced but the T2 has sound quality which surpasses most modern synths internal rom sounds especially in accustic instruments.I will keep it for a long time to come..This was a high end machine in its day- $3,000.00 People don't want to spend that much cash today, so you get cheezy samples in most Rom boxes sold today.Some of the 3rd party samples (most notably "ANGLE CITY AUDIO" are excellent .This required that you had the "EX" upgrade (1MEG of RAM) installed for user sample memory.You could then save the sample data "PCM" to floppy disk alon with other data.Simple synth to program as well.Can anyone tell me where to get the "Cakewalk Intrument Definitons"? Thanks......

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Johan Brodd a part time user from Sweden writes:
Korg T3 has about 190 waveforms, some are good and some poor. What many doesn't use is the Pitch envelope (unless making drums). I've been working with the T3 for about 4 years so I know what I'm talking about. Here's my TrippleWave technique. Feel free to send email to me with questions. You can make the T3 sound diferent by making this technique. Start with a basic acoustic piano. Edit the pitch envelope so that it has allt levels at maximum/minimum (except the velocity parameters), leave the Attack Time at 0. If your raising the pith envelope this way and lower the octave with 1 you have a harder piano sound. Sinking the Pitch envelope and raising the octave with 1 you got a darker piano, good for "old time" piano sounds. T3 is gorgeous!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:15
Kenneth Richardson a professional user from USA writes:
I have used the T3 for saeveral years. I am a tour/studio musician as well as a producer. It has been an important part of my setup. It is a very strong and road-worthy keyboard. I swear by it.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:14
Christian Indregard a professional user from Norway writes:
I make techno/underground music with my Korg T3 and my computer (MIDI).

I'm therefore very dependent of good drum-samples/sounds, but I think the

drum-samples that are built in the Korg T3 could have been better.

I also think there's a little lack of techno-instruments/samples.

Now I sound very negative, but I love my synth!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:14
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