#1
I am thinking about buying a microkorg keyboard when i have some money to expand my horizons abit.

I have a casio but it is extremly old and all the sounds are midi.


How is the microkorg for stuff like Horse The Band and Blessed BY A Broken Heart style stuff?


Also is there any good choir effects on it aswell?

Is there any alternatives to the Microkorg or is that the only good keyboard in that proce range?

thanks alot

xchrisx
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#2
I'd tell you if I could, but I hate keyboards. Play Piano instead.
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#3
I've tried the Microkorg, and it's really good. I say go for it.
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#5
I play synths. The Microkorg is a fantastic synth for the price. I'm planning on getting one myself.

(I was actually going to go buy it last night, but I couldn't find the music store. I'll try again when I have better directions)

But yeah, it's got alot of nice features for people who actually know how to create patches, and alot of presets for people who don't. I'd reccomend learning how to create your own though. It's more rewarding and gives you more freedom.
#6
Sounds good mate
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#7
yep, korgs rock.
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