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Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug 1985
Korg's sampling digital delay
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Korg DRV-1000 Digital Reverb
As expected the MIDIVERB has opened up the floodgates for more low-cost stereo digital reverbs. Ian Gilby takes a listen to the first Japanese model to hit the market and concludes that its appearance can only be a good thing.
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1989
Performance Signal Processor
Now that multi-effects processors are all the rage, Korg go one better by producing a unit which allows you to add extra effects via ROM cards. Vic Lennard discovers the advantages of open-ended signal processing.
Preview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1986
Whilst the race is on to MIDIfy every effect under the sun, Korg suddenly leap ahead of the rest with their DVP-1. Ian Gilby delivers an exclusive preview of this unique rack-mounting device that combines a vocoder, harmoniser and pitch transposer with MIDI control.
Review | International Musician, May 1986
Is it a vocoder? Is it a harmoniser? It's both — and a bit more, besides, as Jim Betteridge finds out.
Review | Making Music, Dec 1986
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1987
Phil South discovers that room simulation is not incurable these days, thanks in part to this latest combined digital reverb and multi-effects processor from Korg.
Review | Music Technology, Jan 1987
The Japanese fight back in the battle to design cheap digital reverb, with an all-preset rack-mounting machine for under £350. Don Goldstein has the details.
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1987
Programmable MIDI Reverb
In the first of two appraisals of digital reverb units that offer real-time control of parameters via MIDI, Rick Davies analyses Korg's affordable approach...
Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1987
Following on from the DRV 1000 and DRV2000, this latest digital reverb cum multi-effects processor is Korg's most sophisticated yet - 16-bit, 20kHz bandwidth, full MIDI control and, for all armchair enthusiasts, an infra-red remote control. David Hughes reports.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1983
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985
Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1983
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1984
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
Korg DVP1 Vocoder
Korg's Digital Voice Processor is the first digital vocoder, but offers a number of other facilities as well. Tim Goodyer finds out what it has to say for itself.
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Competition | Music Technology, Apr 1987
Match reverb parameters up with the way you'd like to control them from a keyboard, and you could win a Korg DRV2000 - the digital reverb that makes MIDI performance control affordable.