Synth Site: Korg: M1 Synthesizer Workstation: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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milan a hobbyist user from serbia writes:
KORG M-1 SOUNDS ARE MAGIC AND ALWAYS FRESH LIKE ROLAND D-50.M-1 SOUNDS ON KORG T-3 ARE NOT THE SAME,BECAUSE FOR SOME REASON M-1 SOUNDS PUNCHIER,BRIGHTER AND HAVE A LOT OF BITE.ITS STRANGE BUT KORG T-3 WITH EQUAL OPERATING SYSTEM AND SAME AI 1 SYNTH ENGINE NOT HAVE THE SAME SOUND LIKE KORG M-1.KORG M1 HAVE BEATIFUL NATURAL SOUNDS AND SOLO SOUNDS,AND SYNTH PADS.NEW KORGS ALL ONLY GOOD FOR SYNTH PADS AND STRINGS.HAPPY SYNTHING.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-13-2011 at 14:14
Bernie a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:
the M1 is an amazing synthesizer with a variety and a quality of sounds that equal my all tike favorite Roland D-50. I m just still completely fabergasted that a Brand such as KORG did something ever so stupid as not fitting this amazing synth with rechargable accus.. loads of people complain about the battery replacement and the loss of ALL preset sounds.. how absurd is this.. It seems that on top of that, M1 Users have to dchange the batteries and reload all the sounds on their own because Korg does not even provide any sorts of support ??? what kind of service is that ?? Honestly, if KORG treats its customer that way, especially with a synth that was pricy in its time.. well.. may be they don t deserve our confidence.. I mean, I have an M1, and i DREAD the day when I ll have to chance the battery and this will happen to me.. Thx God I have a preset factory sound card but i m not sure I would know How to reset an reload my synth.. So, average,. Yes, it is an amazing synth.. while it works.. sorry.. but i don t buy a synth so that i can loose everything i ve got on it when a battery will decide to go flat ...

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Saturday-Mar-12-2011 at 04:57
jim a hobbyist user from usa writes:
I use a Korg M1 through a Lexicon interface to Cubase recording program on my PC to record music. The sounds produced by the Korg can be edited on the Korg (reverb,etc.) but can the resultant effects be used in the sequence mode when sending the signal to the computer. The manual I have makes me wary of trying this because it warn that "editing programs and editing combinations can result in loss of sound data. I do have the sound data on the computer (that's how I restored the sounds after the Korg's battery went caput), but I need advice as to the wisdom of editing. I have other questions about my wonderful Korg but this would be great help for now. Thanks

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-28-2009 at 13:09
Sanel Leric a hobbyist user from Bosnia&Herzegovinia writes:
From my humble experience, Korg m1 is great keyboard, but makes no sense to use it without it's original sound cards. When I first purchased it I din't have those cards, so when my internal baterry has discharged i lost all my sounds. That was crucial moment for me to start working with AI synthesis sound system, to create my own sounds. Altough, I used my M1 only for different piano sounds as well as electric organ sounds. I woud be happy if someone could recomand some modern keyboard on market that's good for those sounds that i have mentioned.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-13-2009 at 08:48
jacobeat a hobbyist user from Italy writes:
I've been owning one for almost 15 years now

It got placed apart for a while since 1 year ago I took it out again and started reprogramming it from scratch (it got reset on its own - the system memory battery was dead)

Well it's got great sound horizons if you don't stick on the classics (guitar, sax etc...).

The basic synth waves are very powerfull and with a bit of synth programming you can get freat results.

I really appreciate it now more than ever: it's not just a "band"-stage keyboard: it's a great synth to mess with too.

IT IS NOT AGED!!!

Cheers

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jun-20-2008 at 06:59
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