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korg 01/w (1991) workstation 16 track sequencer / synth

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chrisNova777:
(1991) Korg 01/W  http://www.oldschooldaw.com/forums/index.php?topic=1468.0
(1992) Korg 01/W FD http://www.oldschooldaw.com/forums/index.php/topic,4425.0



--- Quote ---Polyphony - 32 voices (16-part multitimbral)
Oscillators - 48 MB ROM using AI2 synthesis system (digital). 32 sounds, 32 oscillators (single mode); 16 sounds, 32 oscillators (double mode).
Sampler - None.
Effects - 2 Multi FX processors with 47 Digital multi-effects: reverb, delay, overdrive, EQ, chorus, rotary speaker, and more.
LFO - 2 LFOs
Filter - VDF: Digital Lowpass Filter, velocity sensitive (non-resonant)
VCA - VDA: Digital Amplifier with 4-stage ADSR envelope generators
Keyboard -
01/W, 01/WFD: 61 keys.
01/WPro: 76 Keys.
01/WProX: 88 weighted keys.
All keyboards feature Velocity, Aftertouch, Multi, Layer, Split modes.
Sequencer - 16 tracks, 16 instruments, 48,000 notes (FD & Pro version) or 7,000 notes (01/W), 100 patterns, 10 songs. Realtime and Step-editor.
Arpeggiator - None.
Memory - 200 user programs, 200 user combis; Floppy: 3.5" 720 2DD (programs, combis, drum-kit, global, sequencer and midi data).
Control - MIDI In / Out / Through (16-parts)
Date Produced - 1991-1995
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i think the timeline is as follows:
korg M1 (88) > Korg T1/T2/T3 (90) > Korg 01/W(91) > Korg X3  (93) >  korg X5 (95) > Korg Prophecy (95) > trinity

http://www.vintagesynth.com/korg/01w.php
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korg_01/W

--- Quote ---The 01/W-series was later (succeeded &) replaced by the (Korg) Trinity (which was then replaced by the ) (Korg) Triton workstations.
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http://www.polynominal.com/site/studio/gear/synth/korg_01_R_W/korg-01-rw.html



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http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/korg-01-w-pro-03r-w-synths/2323

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