dongna Posted August 19, 2013 Share Posted August 19, 2013 Looking to possibly add a second keyboard to my S90ES. The reasons are primarily two-fold: 1) to add some better organ sounds (which the S-series is pretty weak at), and 2) to add a synth-action keybed to my setup. I'm not a great organ player and I don't play any real heavily organ-centric songs. But I'd like to develop some organ chops, and I'd like to have some organ sounds that are better than my S90ES. I'm thinking I don't need/want a dedicated clonewheel at this point. And, as I'm a fan of picking up previous generation synths on the used market, I've sort of gleaned onto the Korg M3. In reading here and elsewhere, the M3 by all reports has one of the nicest synth-actions ever. It has highly-regarded presets, and powerful synth capabilities. My question is on the M3 organ sounds. Do the stock M3 organ sounds stack up? What about with the addition of something like K-Sounds Organimation? The YouTube presentation on it seemed enticing. Does it really sound as good as they claim? Also looking for opinions on the general suitability of the M3 as a complementary keyboard to the S90ES. Any and all comments welcome. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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