Korg 01/W ProX w case, stand, foot pedal, SEQ and ROM Card, Demo Disk -
Mount Vernon, IN
Korg 01/W ProX workstation synthesizer with case, KORG keyboard stand, Ethnic sequence and Ethnic ROM card, foot pedal, Original Demo diskFor another $350 I will certainly consisted of the two JBL Powered Speakers and Speaker Stands.NO SHIPPING. Sorry. An 88-weighted crucial version of the 01/Wpro. Likewise with a big wood surface, it's really good. Everything works. LCD screen is beginning to dim however that is to be expected. In case you wish to compare, right here is a SOLD product I found on eBay:.Right here is a similar system for about $630.http://www.ebay.com/itm/KORG-01W-PRO-X-Work-Station-88-weighted-keys-New-Memory-Battery-/18140XXXXXX?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0=item2a3ccfcef6. Nevertheless, the 1 the OTHER SELLER has on eBay has the following problems / problems:.some scratches and dinks occasionally.there is a scuff on the display.the external eject button on the disk drive is missing, however the system itself is quickly available if you just stick in a flat head screwdriver to press it to expel the disk ... not a problem ...Does NOT come with case.Does NOT come with the pedal.Does NOT feature the stand (which in my opinion is a need and not a 'nice-to-have). I 'd state the case deserves 120.00.Pedal deserves $40.Korg Keyboard Stand is worth another $150.The eBay listing does NOT No SEQ or ROM cards. They go with about $100.Mine is in much better condition (no scratches on the screen, etc.) (Condition would add another $60 a min of).So that would quickly put me about $1100 for the Keyboard, Case, and stand. Right here is some info on the Korg 01/W ProX (or O1/W).Korg's 01/W workstation synthesizer debuted in 1991 as the follow-up to the popular M1. The 01/W was the second chapter in Korg's workstation heritage, which goes on to this day with the Triton and Oasys series. The 01/W was geared to beginning home studio lovers that wished to take a step further into a more professional realm. Compared to the M1, the 01/W showcased lots of enhancements including a more vibrant 16-track sequencer (the M1 just had 8-tracks), 254 real world sampled instruments to the M1's 100, polyphony was doubled from sixteen to 32 voices, and higher overall control. The 01/W synthesis engine is based upon Korg's own AI2 sample + synthesis design. AI2 was so successful that many later Korg synths in the 90's were also based on the brand-new synthesis technique. The 01/W is by no means challenging to program. There is a Quick Edit feature where you can adjust the parameters to the noises you want using 8 soft buttons. That included octave, wave-shaping intensity, filter EG, VDA level, attack, release and impacts level. Like the M1, the 01/W lets you layer approx 8 Programs at the same time to produce an effective Combination. Even without entering the editing user interface, the capability to layer any of the 200 programs together means you can produce lots of diverse and fascinating noises. Another huge function of the 01/W is its internal sequencer. Combining ease of use with powerful editing features such as copy, paste, punch-in, overdub and step & out recording, it is possible to develop extremely professional and complex sounding music all in 1 box without the need for a computer-based solution. The sequencer also works well in a master keyboard situation so that you can choose channels to manage external tone generators as well as the 01/W's internal sounds. As flexible and powerful as this workstation is, nevertheless, there are downsides. There are 47 various completely assignable effects to pick from, only 2 are useable at any time, and act worldwide over all tracks in the sequencer! There is also no resonance control, so there are a very limited variety of enjoyable, synthy patches, with the 01/W leaning more toward the traditional acoustic instruments and sampled waveforms design (it's a true digital keyboard; the polar opposite of analog belief). In addition, a few of the drum sets were mapped differently from the others, and were hence not interchangeable within the sequencer. The Korg 01/W-series was among the most effective workstations of its time, and it still holds itself together in a mix. The fundamental samples are quite good, particularly the pad, string and organ sounds. The ProX has terrific sounding acoustic piano sound. All in all, a perfect board for pop, r & b, (tough) rock ... less appropriate for dance music. The 01/W-series has actually been made use of by Rick Wakeman, Tony Banks, Keith Emerson, Phil Collins, Jan Hammer, Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre, Greg Phillanganes, Rod Argent, Dave Stewart, Patrick Moraz, Moby, Eddie Jobson, Chuck Leavell, T Lavitz, Tom Coster, and Peter Gabriel. Right here is a sample video I discovered. This is not my video and is not the 1 for sale, nevertheless it is the very same model. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s226Pf_gc1M.
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