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Author Topic: Korg T1 (1989?)  (Read 1007 times)

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Korg T1 (1989?)
« on: October 25, 2016, 09:26:32 AM »
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/korg-t1/187


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The Korg T1 is a pressure and velocity sensitive 88 weighted key (8 channel multitimbral) single (16 voice) or dual (8 voice) oscillator synthesizer, featuring 190 waveforms and 85 drums (16 bit, 4MW, more via card), dedicated pitch and filter LFOs, dual stereo effects processors (33 effects), stereo and dual individual outputs, 8 track sequencer (50000 events), 3.5" DSHD disk drive, and MIDI. Each oscillator channel features a low pass filter and dedicated (pitch, filter, amplifier) 3-stage envelopes. The 200 user editable presets can be saved via MIDI SysEx or memory card. The samples can be loaded into the 512kW sample RAM via MIDI-SDS or DSM-1 disk.