Synth Site: Korg: DW6000 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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burningheart a professional user from MPLS., MN. writes:
This ANALOG keyboard has the best HAMMOND B-3 sound I've ever heard out of a piano. Toggle switch like a Wah-Wah pedal except much more. Indestructable except every 10 years the contacts need cleaning.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-09-2008 at 15:39
burningheart a professional user from MPLS., MN. USA writes:
The KORG DW6000 is an awesome analog keyboard with fat Hammond B-3 sounds, like no other. It also does helicopter and jet sounds I have yet to hear duplicated. The joy stick is very much like the Wa-Wa pedal of the era (and more). Tell "hossein" I have a copy of the original cassette tape to program his machine. Leaving country, mine is now for sale.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-03-2008 at 21:11
Synth_guru a part-time user from USA writes:
Wow! the only word that comes to mind. I got this synth of ebay with anvil case for $50. Needed a little service but now in 100% working order. I didn't get a manual, but within minutes of tweaking the sounds I had produce more beautiful patches than the synth has memory!!! The osc's.(waveforms) sound a little thin, but those filters fatten it up...awesome! Highest squelch from resonance I have heard. I have made many drum/percussive sounds that sound great. The Chorus effect leaves a lttle to be desired. (reminds me of the crappy effect on the Poly 6 i had) I recommend an outboard for efx. I currently have nice synths lying around (Z1,Micron,Andromeda etc,) but this is easier to be creative on. Programming in a snap if you know synthesis. Awesome! Gather up some loose change and get one of these!! did i mention they're cheap!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-27-2005 at 22:58
Henk from Australasia writes:
Nice gritty sounds from typical 80's monotimbral polyphonic synth. Very different from the Juno class however. Graced with sampled waveforms that are modulated by a true analog filter and one LFO. The filter is excellent and the DW excells in pads, basses and FX noises. Not 100% analog, so the bass won't go immensely deep, but it does have punch. Two oscillators can be combined to fatten up the sound, but pwm is not really the DW's strength. Midi implementation is OK but it doesn't have velocity sensitivity. Also: no cross modulation

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-04-2005 at 05:32
hossein a part-time user from iran writes:
I am hoeein bibak from iran Tehran .i love music and keyboardes I have a DW 6000 and so love it .but I donot know how to use with dw6000. Either I have not any device for it such as tape and cassette. Can I use similar tape such as tape for commodore 64 Can I find catalog or manual for this korg or can you help me. Your sincerely.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-20-2005 at 00:41
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