Korg M50 88 Key Synthesizer Workstation

by / Friday, 04 May 2012 / Published in Keyboards

Korg M50 88 Key Synthesizer Workstation – Product Description:

The fiery new KORG M50 is ready to take on all contenders! Incredible new sounds; fat & juicy combis, splits and layers; a plethora of ace effects; dynamic Drum Tracks; enhanced poly-arpeggiators; classic sequencing tools, a solid, confident keybed; up-to-date SD storage; companion editing software and our famous TouchView interactive display – it all adds up to an invigorating and sexy keyboard instrument that could only come from KORG. Over twenty years of category-defining workstation expertise beats in the heart of the M50 Music Workstation. Just as the M3 borrowed elements from the legendary OASYS, the M50 captures all the sonic firepower of the M3, distilled into a performance instrument that is second to none. In a word, the M50 just may be the keyboard you?ve been waiting for. At a mere 46 pounds, the seriously portable 88 key version features our top-of-the-line RH3 Graded Hammer Action, and provides a satisfying performance experience for the piano purist, in addition to the intuitive and interactive TouchView screen for quick and easy navigation. Product Features 88 Key Synthesizer Graded Hammer Action Incredible New Sounds Dynamic Drum Tracks TouchView Screen

Product Features :

  • 88-key weighted action (RH3: Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 keyboard with 4-zone graded action response)5.7 inch TouchView GUI, 320 x 240 dot displayControllers: Joystick, [SW1], [SW2]Damper Pedal (half damper pedaling supported), Assignable Switch, Assignable PedalSynthesis Technology: EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis)Tone Generator: 256 Mbyte (when converted to 16-bit linear format) 1,077 Multisamples1,609 Drum SamplesMaximum Polyphony: 80 voices, 80 oscillators max, single mode40 voices, 80
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