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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Roy Kenneth Moe a professional user from Norway writes:
Korg Trinity is a beast,it really works well in the productions. I especially like Korg`s Pads, always a pleasure to play it, Wavestation, 01/w, Trinity, such nice pads.

The sequencer is very easy to use, though the effect gets dry in the program u choose for the track, but its only to copy the effects from the banks, or edit them yourself. EASY:)

Well, get a Trinity before u get too old:)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-11-2004 at 20:47
ron a part-time user writes:
i recently got one of these off of ebay, This is a very comprehensive and robust workstation, the sounds are amazing on it the quality is also just superb. the drum kits are very nice, i am very impressed by the orchestral drum kit it is very unique, i will be using that alot in my production. after getting this synth i am sliming down my studio to just this and an MPC 2000xl and a yamaha fb01. the MPC and the trinity make a very potent combo and the fb01 is good for some wacked out sounds. if your on the fence about buying one of these get one . you wont be sorry

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Apr-16-2004 at 17:26
johan a part-time user from The Netherlands writes:
I bought this synth a few months ago for approx. €900,- and it's worth every penny! What amazes me is the clarity of the sounds, while still being powerfull. The bell sounds are among the best I ever heard coming out of a synth, it's got nice warm string sounds, that really sound like violins instead of a synth pad. (ribbon strings) I used it as backing in a choir band, and it does everything I want it to. The limited polyphony could become an issue, but as long as you are performing live, you won't notice this. A must-have and a future classic!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-05-2004 at 03:34
Christian Claverol a professional user from Ecuador SouthAmerica writes:
Korg Trinity; el mejor teclado que ha hecho korg hasta ahora; se ve, se siente y suena mejor que el triton, es mas resistente, el armazon creo que es de aluminio; la pantalla touchview es algo innovador. Los sonidos no son tan digitales como en el triton, estos tienen algo que los diferencia bastante. El sequenciador es grande 80.000 notas; la expansion MOSS le da otro matiz, que pena que solo pueda tocarse monofonicamente; el sonido de piano es ecxcelente, las guitarras son buenas, las baterias son totalmente reales; lo unico que se le puede envidiar al triton es el arpegiador.... ya que el resto lo puedes tener en el trinity; puedes tener un sampler, 4 tracks de audio; salida digital, etc.,etc.,etc. Es mi preferido en los teclados hasta el momento, no lo cambiaria por nada, a parte que fue un regalo de mi padre; y me gusta demasiado; asi que, Los usuarios de triton, tendria que chequearlo para ver las diferencias, pero personalmente, prefiero el trinity que el triton. Tengo un TR-Rack, que es el modulo del trinity donde estan la mayoria de sonidos que vienen con el triton. Lo que se le puede envidiar se los dije; y consideren este sintetizador o workstaion (como uds., lo quieran llamar) como el mejor que Korg ha fabricado.


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-26-2002 at 16:26
GOA17 a professional user from USA writes:
Its been 9 months now And I am still amazed with the endless possibilities,Especially the abitlty to stack up to 7 notes on one key as well as the ability to arrange the order which they play,velocity,and modulate each note,asign sustain,resonance,decay and modulation as well as aftertouch all to the individual notes in the stack, in other words i can play a custom bass line totaly by pressing one key,but i can do this on a board split from c1 to c2 and have every key in between play a completly different bass line..or lead.. that's just for starters.. this sounds all hard to program,,it's not just select the patch..hit edit hold down the keys that you want to play..poof all of the key are now displayed on the led screen.hit the individual notes and start tweeking them.. all in real as you edit..this is really really a handy tool. you can also do this for flawless lead paterns..this Technique can be programmed for up to 12 keys and play on the same proformance patch..all st the same time..if you want.. the wind up is that you have 4 different varriations of bass lines 4 different lead patterns either layered or played independantly.. even though the unit does not feature an arpeggiator this is for a reason.. the reason is the abitily to stack your key notes and asign all of the individual notes their own paramiters.. a standard arpeggiator play's all of the notes with all of the same paramiters and sound..that is why the trinity does not have an arpegiator.. I would not ever give up my Trinity.. I also stratched the Idea fo wasting money on the Triton beacause guess what.. I can use all of the sounds from the Triton on my Trinity..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-22-2002 at 16:57
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