Korg Krome Synthesizer Keyboard Workstation Review & Demo

Gaz from PMT Newcastle reviews the Korg Krome Keyboard Workstation series including the 61, 73 and 88 key models.

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In the hunt for the best keyboard workstation of all time, Gaz puts the Korg Krome 61 to the test and shows us why this amazing workstation should be on your must try list!

If you write music, perform live or produce, the Korg Krome Keyboard workstation is a fantastic option for professionals, offering a world of pro-level sounds and an entirely user-friendly workstation to create music.

The Korg Krome keyboard workstation is one of the most budget friendly options out there, but don’t let that fool you as this contains an impressive array of sounds and features usually associated with keyboards at least twice the price.

The acoustic piano sounds will impress the most ardent of keyboard workstation fans thanks to the inclusion of the popular German D Grand sound library as well as 88 full-length, unlooped stereo samples with damper resonance for realistic dynamics and perfect response.

A host of electric piano sounds, studio quality drum sounds, vintage amps, cabinets and an assortment of classic effects are built-in to provide the music producer an entire studio’s worth of instruments at their disposal. In addition, the 800 x 480 pixel TouchView colour display monitor ensures great visibility on stage.

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Comments

Rivu Bose says:

Dude one question. Is there any difference in the depth of sound between the 61 key and 88 key model?

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