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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 | 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.
Preview | Music Technology, Apr 1988
M1 Music Workstation, S1 MIDI Production Workstation
The workstation concept comes of age. Bob O'Donnell previews Korg's Professional Performance Series Music Workstation keyboard and Production Workstation.
Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1988
Korg M1 Music Workstation
As Korg prepare an armada of new products to invade the music shops, Tony Hastings investigates the M1 Music Workstation - the flagship that looks set to blow a lot of the competition out of the water.
We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-
Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Apr 1990
Phil South examines the ins and outs of programming various aspects of AI synthesis, as used in Korg's 'M' and 'T' ranges of synthesizers.
Feature Downloads | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Aug 1989
Popularity is the password to this month's selection of readers' synth patches - the stars of the show are Korg's M1 Music Workstation and Casio's CZ synths.
Feature Downloads | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Jun 1989
A review of the Desert Island sample library for the Ensoniq EPS joins a selection of readers own patches for the Korg M1, Ensoniq SQ80 and Yamaha TX81Z in this month's Patchwork.
Feature | Music Technology, Aug 1990
VALHALA INTERNATIONAL GOLD B101 & B102 M1/M1R ROM Cards
With so many disappointing sounds currently being sold as the work of "professional" programmers, it's reassuring to find a selection as good as Valhala's International Gold cards for the Korg M1.