Synth Site |  General Music |  wk3

  wk3 At a Glance
Click for larger view arrowReleased: 1990's  Specifications
arrowUser rating: Not yet Reviewed |  Read reviews (0)
Chris Paluch (alphanoir@earthling.net) writes:
Well, I was asked in as a sequencer, after using the new yamaha for awhile this board was kinda weird. I have to say it is a cool sounding board, but a bit weird. At first look it seems to be a relitive of a cheap portasound, but it is much more. It feels real, I mean real. And the best part of this board is sliders, finally a keyboard that knows what keyboardist want... Oh yeah, the analog section is actually a digitally controlled analog, sparing the r&d for the physical modeling for that synthesis style. Pretty much great for anything, plus it is reasonably priced. Drum machine and sequencer could be a bit better though. The only thing that agravted me abount this keyboard is there is no visable arpeggio.

Comments About the Sounds:
I hate to say, this is probably the only keyboard out that is kinda true to being analog, because part of it is.....

(Thanks to Chris Paluch for this info.)
and Masterbrains Studios Germany for the pic

Links for the General Music wk3

There are no links for this model. Try the General Music links page, or submit one here.

SUBMIT LINK to this page
(Links submitted here will also be added to the manufacturer page)
Please tell us if any of these links are broken