London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 09, 2012 -- Life is filled with choices. That is what makes it so interesting. From the moment we wake in the morning, we have decisions to make that affect our entire day, the first being... should I get out of bed today or should I just pull the covers over my head and stay here? The entire day is filled with decision making from what we have for breakfast to deciding what pyjamas to wear and when it is time to go to bed. The most interesting choices have to do with our passions. When it comes to the Korg Synthesizer, it is a wonderful opportunity to exercise our freedom of choice because Korg has a full line of synths, ensuring that there is one for every level of musician, including those who are just starting out.
A Korg for Everyone
Korg simply has something for everyone from the beginner who is just discovering his or her love of music, to the hard core rock and roller who wants to add some power and finesse to their repertoire. Take these three options, for instance.
● Korg Microkorg Synth (With Headphones)
● Korg R3 Synthesizer/Vocorder
● Korg M50-88
The Korg MicroKorg Synth
For the beginner who just discovered their need to make music, check out the Korg MicroKorg Synth w/microphone. It may be small but it is packed with the kind of features that are simply perfect for the new artists in your family. The undersized model packs a mighty punch and is perfect for a first time music explorer. Features like an Analogue Modelling Synthesizer, a 37 note mini keyboard, an 8-band Vocorder w/microphone, the Versatile Arppegiator, and a long lasting battery charge means you will hear the sounds of music coming from your home in no time flat.
The Korg R3 Synthesizer/Vocorder
When it is time to upgrade, there is no better step to take than the amazing Korg R3 Synth/Vocorder. Imagine taking it up a notch with even more features, included in a lightweight instrument at only 3-grams. This puppy has 37 full-size velocity sensing keys to keep the rhythm right where it is supposed to be. Its 128 programs are all grouped by common sense categories so that a seamless transition can be made every time. It even has 6 virtual patches to help those who do not quite have the hang of it. The editing/library software keeps the user in the know.
The Korg M50-88
When it is finally time to rock the music world and set it on its ear, check out the ultimate Korg M50-88. The 88 stands for a complete 88 keys-just like a grand piano. The ultimate synthesizer, the M50 has an EDS (Enhanced Definition Synthesis) tone generator and the keys have weighted hammer action for the musician who is used to pounding out tunes on a piano. The sensitive touch-tone screen makes navigation a lightning fast breeze. With too many features to name here, let's just say that this is the last synthesizer you will ever need.
No More Choices
Having a Korg Synthesizer means that you will never have to make choices again when it comes to making music. There are too many decisions to make in this worrisome world without having to worry about having the very best when it comes to your passion to make beautiful music. Once you have tried a Korg, everything else is a no-brainer.
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