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Korg ELECTRIBE Synth Based Production Station
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- Maximum polyphony: 24 voices, Number of parts: 16, Sampling Frequency: 48.0 kHz
- AC Adaptor (KA-350) , MIDI adapter cable x 2, Ableton Live 9 Lite
- Sequencer with up to 64 steps for each part, up to 24 modulation sequences for each pattern, Last Step can be varied for each part
- Number of Oscillator Types: 409, Number of Filter Types: 16, Number of modulation types: 72
- Memory Capacity: 250 patterns, Insert Effects: 38 Types, Master Effects: 32 types
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Music Production Station
The new Korg electribe is a powerhouse of sound, functionality, and hands-on features geared towards the creation of all types of EDM. Compact, robust, and laid out with seamless workflow in mind, electribe puts the power of production in everyone’s hands. A whopping 16 parts are available per pattern, and users can choose from an expansive collection of analog models or ready-made PCM waveforms in any combination, and all can be customized with tremendous ease.
Create either in real-time or step-by-step, add dedicated effects per part, finish off your production with master effects, record filter tweaks and other gestures, add instant phrases or arpeggios via the on-board touch pad; and on and on.
Ready to work 'outside the box?' One of the most exciting features of the new electribe is its relationship with the incredible Ableton Live DAW software. electribe can export each part within a pattern to a dedicated .wav file, and generates an Ableton Live Set (.als) file that puts your pattern directly into Abelton Live; completely laid-out, track-by-track, and ready to serve as the basis for additional music creation!
- A complete tool for the creation and performance of any genre of electronic music
- 16 velocity-sensitive multi-LED pads serve as the heart of the interface and provide highly-visual feedback
- Easy sound selection and tweaking thanks to a generous and ergonomically laid-out array of analog-style knobs
- A powerful analog modeling + PCM engine delivers up to 24 voices of polyphony, 16 insert effects (one per part) plus a master effect
This mode is ideal for inputting rhythm. You can step-record by using the 16 trigger pads which correspond to 16 steps. This method makes it easy to see the timing of the notes, and can also be used for editing after realtime recording.
The sound engine of the electribe provides 55 types of analog modeling oscillator, giving you a high degree of flexibility to quickly create sounds. You can choose from simple waveforms such as Saw, Pulse, Triangle, and Sine, or more complex varieties such as Sync, Ring Mod, Cross Mod, and VPM.
You can choose from a total of 25 groove types that reproduce the playing technique and rhythmic feel of percussion instruments such as congas and bongos. By selecting a groove type for each part and adjusting its dynamics, you can create a natural-sounding rhythmic feel that's liberated from the 16-step grid.
The electribe allows you to input up to 64 steps (16 steps x 4) for each part (sound). You can create beats by combining up to 16 of these parts per sequence pattern.
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Featuring sixteen back-lit Trigger pads and an intuitive X/Y Touch pad, the new Electribe is easy enough for a beginner to understand, and powerful enough to satisfy the most experienced performers
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Robust build quality (compared to a lot of other Korg stuff).
Full sized SD card slot for importing your own samples and saving patterns.
Motion Sequencing - can record many of your realtime knob adjustments - I love that more and more hardware instruments can do this.
Sounds awesome - there are tons of sample patterns that show off its sound capabilities, but they are also great learning tools.
Interfaces with Ableton (not my thing, but if you want to further tweak what you've done, you can).
Price is decent - I would save up some dough, and get this over a Volca...
If you navigate away from the pattern you are working on, it's gone. Save should be more streamlined, because you will do it a lot.
Onboard SD card access is great, but importing samples still requires a lot of menu drilling. Don't forget to format the card on the Etribe.
If you are into pain, you can do some sample editing onboard, but you'd probably want to fall back on your computer for that.
Again, my biggest complaint is the manual - Korg's manuals are like afterthoughts. :)
If you are a beginner or a pro, this can be a very useful tool that complements nicely with Ableton and any other synths.
With a good imagination, this synth has no limits ;)
I was waffling between this and the sampler version, but chose the synth version (with it's additional filters) along with a used Microsampler (unfortunately discontinued) for the best of both worlds. Looks like I chose wisely, as it is now possible to run the sampler firmware on this synth version. Awesome.
I picked it up pretty quickly, but am learning something new everytime I turn the device on. Works well as a sequencer for other gear too. Highly recommended!
Here is a link to hear a minor example of it's capability. I did not include any drum sequences, Just Synth