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Korg microSTATION
8.6 out of 10

Korg microSTATION

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Korg Microstation

1 January 2011
  • Summary: A mini‑key workstation for the budget‑conscious, the Microstation is highly polyphonic, packed with Korg's signature sounds and combinations, yet light enough to pick up with one hand.
  • Pros: Polished sounds at a tempting price., Editor software that runs stand‑alone or as a plug‑in., Generous polyphony and effects implementation.
  • Cons: Doesn't feel as classy as it sounds (the display is small, the keys are small)., The sequencer is a bit dated.
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Music Tech Magazine
16 December 2010
  • Excerpt: Korg’s micro series has been a tearaway success: the mini beasts have been seen everywhere, with the trademark gooseneck microphone sticking its proverbial out with aplomb. The latest addition to the range comes in the form of a workstation that has a 61-note mini keyboard rather than the standard...
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Korg microSTATION

6 May 2010
  • Excerpt: Set to be available this May (2010) at a price which is yet to be confirmed, the Korg microSTATION is a new and decidedly less than “micro” addition to Korg’s Micro range. The keys may be mini, but there’s 61 of them over the microKORG’s 37, and you can be absolutely sure that they’ll be better than...
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