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#1 2012-03-23 16:35:53

Grah1
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From: Sunny Crete
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KORG BACKING SYNTH

I dont  know  if  this  is  the  right  place  to  pose  this   question  but as  its  a  recording  tool as  wel  as  a live  instrument  maybe  some  one  can  help .
About  2 yrs  ago a freind  who  played  in  a  duo  loaned me   a  korg  keyboard  to  try  I  cant  remember  the model  type  but  would  like  to  track  one  down  if  possible  .It  was  roughly  the  size  of  a  modern  lap  top  computor  and  had  a  small  key  board .which  functioned  like  a  chord  organ  i.e  each  key  represented  a   chord  E major   Eminor  F  etc.. you  were  able  aso  to  select  a  rythm  acompniment  which  would  follow  the  chord pattern  played  .
Ive  never  seen  one  of  these since  and  cant  trace  it  through  korgs  archive site .I think it  would  be  a  handy  piece  for  creating  backing  tracks .
Unforunatly   I cant   locate  my  freind   to  ask  him  as we  have  long since  lost touch  and  I  now  live  in  Greece.
My  freinds  name  was  John  Woodward   who  lived  in  Blackburn  England  at  the  time .
If  any   one  can  help  it would  be  great.

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#2 2012-03-23 19:14:13

tubatooter1940
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Re: KORG BACKING SYNTH

Not familiar with the Korg Synth but I like Korg equipment.
I bought my Korg effects pedal in 1989 and my Korg guitar tuner the same year. They both are still going strong.
Good luck with your research.
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#3 2012-04-05 18:22:21

Paradox148
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Registered: 2009-05-14
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Re: KORG BACKING SYNTH

Is this what you are looking for?

http://www.korg.com/microarranger

I also remember something that Roland put out quite a few years back that only has the arranger section with a small 2 octave keyboard.  Kinda like a full size keyboard without most of the keys.  Cannot remember exactly what it was called though.

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#4 2012-04-05 18:24:05

Paradox148
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Re: KORG BACKING SYNTH

You may also be interested in one of these.  I found it while reseaching for the said arranger before.

http://www.rolandus.com/products/produc … arentId=18

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#5 2012-04-08 14:50:29

Grah1
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From: Sunny Crete
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Re: KORG BACKING SYNTH

thanks  for  the  links  ,Its  not  the  same  though ,however   I think   some  functions  may  be  similar   I'll  check  them  both  out .
Cheers 
Graham

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