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Korg-microkorg-xl.33040638
8.4 out of 10

Korg MicroKorg XL

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Overall 10
10

" small but powerful" - KromeMusic

Audiofanzine
29 December 2013
  • Excerpt: I use it for 4 months and it perfectly complements my Krome. The value for money is excellent. I would do this choice without hesitation. I would let me try its big brother the microkorg. I recommend it to anyone looking for a little synth quality and does not take place.
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Overall 8
8.0

twÿce

Audiofanzine
30 June 2012
  • Excerpt: I used it 2 years and then I exchanged against an R3 which has the same sound engine, plus MIDI thru, more accessibility, of infinite knobs, display a knob, the real keys, the forming motion ... In short, much more. I think with the experience, I would take a direct R3, which for me, given the low price difference, and well above....
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Overall 9
9.0

" The ideal complement to a Workstation." - windigo

Audiofanzine
10 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Having a Juno Di (also extra) portable but heavy in certain situations, I was looking for a small nomadic lighter in addition to a Workstation and advised by friends in the studio, then tried and listened, I think I found the ideal I carry around the past four months, alternating and remains impeccable, just be careful and have the bag. ...
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Overall 6
6.0

sonic75

Audiofanzine
26 May 2012
  • Excerpt: To sum up, this little synthesizer is very cheap and poorly finished. Its ergonomics are very poor and its use for the parameter settings is very tedious, a CALAMITY. The only good thing in this micro Korg XL (not least) what are the sounds, very typical for electronic music. It sounds warm and deep with lots of fishing, ideal for trance, electr...
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Overall 9
9.0

" A big monster in a box toutit" - Senseï Syd

Audiofanzine
3 April 2012
  • Excerpt: I used the past year and a half, I had not tried many other keyboards before but I was very knowledgeable and in this price range this one stood out much of the concurrency. what I love most: the BIG SOUND! and its small size, lightweight, easy to carry around, plus you can play on batteries, on the train, on the beach, good day have not...
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Overall 6
6.0

ericthegreat

Audiofanzine
21 September 2011
  • Excerpt: Overall, a great addition to your musical instrument collection; it it light and very portable - so much so, that KORG have even enabled it to run off 6 AA batteries, so you can take it camping, to the beach, a party, or wherever! I love the overall feel of it and the way it sounds, I don’t have a single complaint with this any more, I do admit ...
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Overall 10
10

" Vocoder to top" - azzo

Audiofanzine
3 August 2011
  • Excerpt: How long have you use it? over a year What is so special that you like most and least? The best: the editor and his vocoder! The least: the lack of a bank provided by Korg Have you tried many other models before buying it? yes How would you rate the quality / price? unbeatable in th...
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Overall 9
9.0

" Ideal to complete a workstation" - G. Hagen

Audiofanzine
31 March 2011
  • Excerpt: I use it for six months, I hesitated with the Microkorg classical, R3, and the Miniak Gaia Roland. The MKXL was cheaper and sounds suited me. But today, when I can afford it, I sell for a Miniak because of its 600 presets (instead of 128), its 37 major keys), the sustain pedal, the vocoder 40 bands (at de16 place), two modulation wheels (instead...
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Overall 10
10

moosers

Audiofanzine
14 March 2011
  • Excerpt: The Korg MicroKorg XL is the perfect little synthesizer for all sorts of purposes. Those interested should definitely need to check out both this and the original MicroSynth as they are both very viable options. Personally I prefer the MicroKorg XL to the MicroSynth as even though the MicroSynth is a little more versatile, I can do everything ...
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Overall 10
10

Korg microKORG XL review

Stuff.tv
25 March 2010
  • Summary: Don't dismiss the three-octave, mini-keyed microKORG XL as a toy. It's packed with tempting features for creative musical minds. The XL is incredibly portable, measuring 55.6cm from end to end and weighing just 2kg, with the ability to run on six AA batteries or mains power. So if your studio is the cupboard under the stairs it'll fit in just fine, and when you want to pop round to your mate's house for a jam session, you can just put it under your arm and hop on the...
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