Summary: Besides DJing I do music production (commercial ala "Guetta" and "Swedish House Mafia"), now with Reason 6! Honestly, I did not really "need" it a sampler, but for this price point I just wanted to give it a try to "play around"...
Summary: This is my first hardware sampler and so I am still learning the ropes. Right now I just cut up samples on my laptop and load them on this thing via the software. I just wanted something to trigger samples live - this works perfect for that.
Excerpt: It's pretty weird of Korg to create such a device in these times when everything is done with a computer. In the end, this is what anyone may be wondering with this Microsampler ─ the umpteenth version of the very lucrative Micro series of the Japanese brand.
Excerpt: This is a piece of hardware i am glad to add to my studio setup. There are many reviews out there that don't explain this instrument with much detail or knowledge, i was scared to purchase this. After i did purchase it and played around with it i will never regret getting this.
Excerpt: ok ok UTILIZATION SOUNDS OVERALL OPINION ok I find the concept interesting, we regret the internal memory a bit short, besides that here is a very small sample pleasant to use, very simple and intuitive enough to call or put an idea into a flat time at all, nice portability with batteries that last...
This curate's egg - on the whole - makes a decent omelette
Timothy J. Smith, amazon.co.uk
28 May 2010
Summary: This is truly is the Swiss army knife of sampling. Firstly it does sound VERY good in use - so full marks are awarded for that. It has plenty of on-board functions that are generally well executed - but these sometimes prove limited in their functionality.