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Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1992
Korg Wavestation EX
Korg's Wavestation synthesizer has won a small but devout following since its introduction 18 months ago. Paul Ireson wonders whether new sounds and effects on the updated Wavestation EX will broaden its appeal.
Retrospective (Gear) | Topic: Vintage Instruments | Music Technology, Jun 1989
This month's trip down memory lane takes us to Korg's MS20. Greg Truckell reacquaints himself with an analogue synth that may be better suited to use in 1989 than 1979.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1984
Hot-foot from a mammoth UK tour as part of John Miles' backing-band, this well-respected keyboardist gives his own impressions of life on the road with Korg's latest MIDI-equipped polysynth.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1991
Valhala International Gold M1 Sound Cards
David Mellor goes in search of inspiration, and finds it in three of Valhala's International Gold voice cards for the Korg M1.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1985
Korg DW8000 Polysynth
Korg's flagship poly gets a touch-sensitive keyboard, a built-in DDL, and a lot more besides. Simon Trask concludes it’s what the DW6000 should have been all along.
Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1990
Korg's new Wavestation is a direct descendant of Sequential's long-gone vs synthesizer, but as Paul Ireson discovers, it has plenty of new tricks up its sleeve to complement the old ones.
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1991
For three years the korg M1 has been the leading keyboard workstation, and the product that more than any other has made the company's name as a leading force in hi-tech music. But how do you follow an act like that? David Mellor looks at the M1's successor, the 01/W FD.
Review | Music Technology, Nov 1991
The problem with building the most popular keyboard in years is having to follow it. Simon Trask test drives the successor to the Korg M1 and likes what he finds.
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1992
Synthesiser and Module
Korg's latest additions to their popular 0-series synth range include the professional flagship 01/W Pro-X keyboard and the more affordable 03/R rackmount. Simon Trask assesses their position in Korg's line and today's keyboard market.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1988
Korg's DS8 presented FM synthesis in a more friendly light than originators Yamaha. Now their latest synth makes the price more friendly too. Simon Trask looks at a sine of the times.
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1988
As synthesizer prices continue to plummet and the number of features increases, Korg introduce a colourful range of low-cost 8-voice, multitimbral, aftertouch and velocity sensitive performance synths. Mark Jenkins straps one on...
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1987
Digital FM Synthesiser
After last month's preview, Simon Trask gets to grips with FM's friendlier face. Can simpler programming compensate for the deficiencies of four-operator sound?
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1987
Korg's very latest keyboard is non other than a touch-sensitive, sub-£1000, 8-voice FM synthesizer! Mark Jenkins managed to catch a sneak preview.
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1987
At last, a keyboard that presents FM programming in a more accessible way, and at an accessible price. Simon Trask previews the great new hope of digital synthesis.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1985
Programmable Digital Waveform Polysynth
An intriguing new synth design that tries to combine digital waveform generation with analogue control. Does it achieve its objectives? Dan Goldstein thinks it does - just.
Review | International Musician, Feb 1986
Tony Mills toys with the latest Korgi and gets enthusiastic
Review | Music Technology, Jul 1988
This synth/sequencer/drum machine with digital effects is the first instrument in Korg's new workstation series. Simon "Mansell" Trask takes it for a test drive.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1982
Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1982
Four oscillator mono/poly synth combination
Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1982
Patchable monophonic single oscillator synth
Review | One Two Testing, Dec 1983
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Mar 1983
Review | One Two Testing, Dec 1982
Shake with disbelief as you find out Korg have produced a 12 oscillator, 64 memory polyphonic for under a grand.
Review | One Two Testing, Apr 1984
Asia and the Poly 800
Geoff Downes reviews the latest Korg Synth.
Review | Making Music, May 1986