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Dynamic Digital Drums

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Korg DDD-1

Korg's latest (and some might say greatest) drum machine takes a heavy pounding from Mark Jenkins. But does it survive the assault? Read on to find out...

In Triplet Time

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1985
Korg Drums

Prolonging the percussive theme, a look at three very interesting products from Korg: Their value-for-money digital Super Percussion and Super Drums rhythm machines, plus the KMS-30 MIDI Synchronizer.

KORG DDD-1 Drum Machine

Review | Making Music, Sep 1986

Korg DDD1

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1986
Digital Drum Machine

Expandability comes to drum machines, with an affordable unit that offers four ROM expansion slots, plus the added bonus of onboard user sampling. Trevor Gilchrist checks it out.

Korg DDM drum machines

Review | One Two Testing, Oct 1984

cheaper digital drumming

Korg DDM110

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1984
Programmable Drum Machine

The world's cheapest programmable digital drum machine looks on paper to be a fine companion for Korg's similarly-priced Latin percussion machine. Paul White checks out the reality.

Korg DDM220

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1984
Programmable Percussion Machine

The Latin percussion variant of Korg's new budget drum machine duo comes under the scrutiny of Trish McGrath. Is its beauty more than skin deep?

Korg KPR-77

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Feb 1983

Korg KPR77

Review | One Two Testing, Jan 1983

Korg S3 - Part 1

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1991
Rhythm Workstation

The drum machine's reply to the keyboard workstation is Korg's S3 Rhythm Workstation. Simon Trask looks at the first of a new breed of drum machine, sequencer and effects processor.

Korg S3

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1991
Rhythm Workstation

With its synthesizer-like voice editing functions, built-in stereo signal processing, 8-track sequencing and SMPTE sync options, can Korg's new top-of-the-line drum machine justify its title of rhythm workstation? Richard Aaron finds out.

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This article has no OCR bodytext.The Dynamic Duo

Competition | Electronic Soundmaker, Jan 1985

 

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