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Considering the addition of the Expanded M3

 
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yoshi88
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 3:51 am    Post subject: Considering the addition of the Expanded M3 Reply with quote

I have been using korg keyboards since KORG M1, still using the O1WFD,Trinity,TritonEX 61/88 in the studio.

Main gigs are Triton EX 88 with occasional TrinityV3 up top. Love the sounds and expressiveness. I've resisted the sweet KRONOS 88 until now and have passed on the Krome due to the keybed on all versions.
I prefer the older style keybeds ( Yamaha , Fatar ) in the older KORG keyboards.

Always intrigued with M3's Karma features but never explored it.
Now, I have a chance to buy an expanded M3 61 running a newer OS.

I like having aftertouch and I believe M3 has aftertouch…. doesn't it?

I would gig with Triton Ex 88 note and Korg M3 61 as my rig.

I play funk, fusion, NOLA piano, traditional & progressive jazz/blues and latin ( Cuban ). I do like korg's sounds.
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M3 61 expanded
Triton Extreme 88 & 61
Triton PRO X 88
Trinity V3 61
O1WFD 61
T3 61
M1 61
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HardSync
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2020 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, the M3 keyboard has aftertouch. Hope you enjoy the M3 when you get it. :)
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