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Delta25's review - Korg Karma

Those of Triton with 2 card slots and a PCM card slot lafameuse MOSS.
No arp but the KARMA engine that famous team in all of WS as the KORG M3, OASYS, and
KRONOS. Crane 8 knob 2 scenes and 4 programmable pads for agreements.
4 outputs, 3 pm (in out thru) and 3 inputs assignable (switch, damper, pedal)

UTILIZATION

Use once you have taken the time to read is relatively accessible by a doc.
Karma function is a little longer to appréhender.Mais once you understand how
To access parameters assignable to 16 (of 400!) Becomes endless pleasure as changes
sound are great especially if you have installed the MOSS!

SOUNDS

Those of Triton. Map MOSS IS ALMOST MANDATORY if you want to have a range
Sound off. The keyboard is not great but the purpose of this machine is oriented nomadism with
these 10 kgs. Acoustic sounds such as pianos remain however synthetics are all brass and woods
Saxo remain realistic and alive with the MOSS board.

OVERALL OPINION

A machine that is already with its vintage red and KARMA module specific to this machine and despite the quality of the keyboard a bit cheap.
A lightweight and versatile synth that quickly became a source of inspiration with its well thought sequencer.
Store in a bank as set sounds and effects that Karma can control via MIDI another module.