t75mw Posted August 23, 2001 Share Posted August 23, 2001 I have a small problem and am hoping that some feedback from you can help me reach an enlightened decision. A little background: I don't play the piano, but, thru' Step Entry, I was able to utilize the Yamaha W-5. I "programmed" the sequencer, added drums (Drumtrax) as needed, strings/horns, bass, saved it all to disc, transferred it to Mini-disc (used cassette tape in the beginning), and came away with accompaniments to use for my Junior Choir at church. As long as I had the music, I was in business. You guessed it...I wore ou the W-5! I mean nothing work\s except the keyboard piano now. So, I am in the market for a new workstation along the lines of the Yamaha W-5. After a lot of reading, I came across the Korg Karma. My question is...in your opinion...do you think that the Korg Karma is comparable to the Yamaha W-5, seeing what I want to do with it,the way I have to use it? Would it be worth my while to invest in the Karma? Tho' I don't play the piano, I feed keyboard excerpts into Rhapsody and listen. (Incidentally, my ax is the tenor sax) I get much musical satisfaction this way. I hope you can help me. Thomas M. Williams, Sr. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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