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    Korg SDD-3000 Pedal

    Digital Delay Processor

    A modern stompbox take on a classic digital delay unit — what’s not to like?

    Reviews Oct 2014
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    Korg Kaoss Pad 3

    Dynamic Multi-effects Processor & Sampler

    Korg's tactile effects processor benefits from a major overhaul - so is the third generation the Kaoss Pad you always wanted?

    Reviews Feb 2007
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    Korg Radias

    Synthesizer & Vocoder

    The Radias is described by Korg as a synth and vocoder, but that's somewhat modest — it manages to cram analogue modelling, S&S, FM and formant synthesis into its stylish frame, plus a host of sound-shaping and triggering facilities. Plus that vocoder...

    Reviews Apr 2006
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    Korg KPE1 Kaoss Pad Entrancer

    Audio-Visual Processor & X-Y Controller

    The Kaoss Pad Entrancer builds on the success of the Kaoss Pad 2, offering the same versatile X-Y pad-driven audio processing capabilities, but adding video processing to give you real-time control over both sound and vision.

    Reviews Jun 2005
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    Korg TP2 & TPB2

    Dual Tube Preamp/Optical Compressor

    Korg's new valve preamp and optical compressor is available not only as a stand-alone box, but also in a version which can be installed directly into either of their flagship digital multitrackers.

    Reviews Apr 2005
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    Q. How do I perform a SysEx dump from my Korg Kaoss Pad?

    Is there any way of doing a SysEx dump of the program memories of my Korg Kaoss Pad into Logic on my Mac?

    Sound Advice Dec 2004
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    Q. How can I set up my Korg Kaoss Pad to act as a pitch-bender?

    Can you please tell me how to set up the Korg Kaoss Pad KP2 as an ordinary pitch-bender?

    Sound Advice Dec 2003
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    Q. What's the difference between a talk box and a vocoder?

    I've heard various 'talking instrument' effects which some people attribute to a processor called a vocoder, while others describe it as a 'talk box'. Are these the same devices?

    Sound Advice Oct 2003
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    Korg AX1500G

    Guitar Multi-effects

    Korg's AX1500G floor-standing guitar multi-effects processor offers tons of tone for very few pounds.

    Reviews Mar 2002
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    Korg KP1 Kaoss Pad

    Dynamic Effects Unit/Phrase Sampler

    Korg have followed up their diminutive Electribe analogue modelling synth and beatbox with another desktop product aimed at the dance fraternity — a sampling effects box with an innovative real-time control surface. Chris Carter descends into Kaoss...

    Reviews Aug 1999
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    Synth FX: Part 2

    The History Of Onboard Synth Effects

    In Part 1, we saw how manufacturers realised that putting DSP effects on synths made for great sales. Subsequently, they twigged that it was also a good idea to let us take them off again (selectively), and route and adjust them ourselves.

    Techniques Apr 1999
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    Korg AM8000R

    Ambience Multi-effect Processor

    This good-looking unit hides more than just reverb beneath its shiny exterior. Derek Johnson appreciates the ambience...

    Reviews Feb 1998
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    Korg DL8000R

    Digital Multitap Delay

    The world of multi-effects might be generally interdisciplinary, but Derek Johnson finds that there'll always be room for a specialist.

    Reviews Jan 1998
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    Korg Pandora PX2

    Multi-effects Unit

    It's small, sleek and extremely covetable. David Mellor opens the box.

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Korg IH

    Intelligent Harmoniser

    Korg have added a vocal harmony generator to their i-series of intelligent arranger workstations, taking advantage of the same harmonising technology that's behind Digitech's market-leading Vocalist series. Gordon Reid finds out whether the new unit has anything surprising up its sleeve...

    Reviews Aug 1996
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    Korg Pandora

    Guitar Multi-Effects Processor

    Paul White nervously opens Pandora's box — and realises that instead of being the mythical source of demons and sorrows, it's just Korg's new compact guitar multi-effects processor...

    Reviews Jun 1996
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    Korg AX30G

    Guitar Multi-effects

    Korg's new pedal box features a novel pressure pad that lets you change performance parameters while you play. Paul White gets in his annual half-hour guitar practise session checking it out.

    Reviews Feb 1995
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    Korg G4

    Digital Rotary Speaker Simulator

    Convincingly reproducing the effects of rotating horns and speakers in software inside a 1U rackmounting box is a challenge to the designer. Bringing it in under £300 is an achievement. Gordon Reid examines the latest incarnation of a keyboard effect that's come full circle...

    Reviews Sep 1994
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