Excerpt: Very good analog modeling synthesizer. Mini keyboard keys velocity sensitive, 3 octaves with selector switch with 3 knobs, 128 sounds all the more enormous than the others: D. A wide range of effects. Presence of an arpeggiator. And of course, it is polyphonic. He Vocoder and the microphone is sold.
Excerpt: ... UTILIZATION ... SOUNDS ... OVERALL OPINION 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.
Excerpt: For technical, everything has already been said by others ... The origins of sounds are already really not bad, you have to tour the four banks supplied with the machine and there are sounds that are enormous. well the big fat bass, leads which tear, good keyboards, is a pseudo-b3 which is not bad.
Excerpt: On delivery of this little keyboard wonder, I first thought: "KORG have put out a toy piano". However, on powering it up and pressing the keys, I was soon to realize this was no toy! I tried out all the pre-programmed instruments, from both the A & B banks. Easy!
Excerpt: Synthesizer rather focused Hiphop, Electronic Music, Dance. USE The general configuration is simple, the manual is clear, editing sounds is easy on the Korg Editor, on the other hand on the dashboard is struggle, a full synth menus / submenus ...
Excerpt: Everything has been said before, and with what completeness. I will focus on the really nice arpeggiator (5 designs available, malleable in real time by the three buttons on front panel). Note the absence of memory use: we must sacrifice the presets to install the sound of his own.
Excerpt: The Korg MicroKorg XL is a mini version of the ever popular Korg MicroSynth. I prefer this one to the original as it's easier to use in my opinion. It consists of many of the same features, including a built in microphone for vocoding, but it has a much simpler interface.