MATRIXSYNTH: KORG M3R | The Most Fascinating Soundscapes | HD DEMO

Friday, September 30, 2016

KORG M3R | The Most Fascinating Soundscapes | HD DEMO

Published on Sep 30, 2016 AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2016 by AnalogAudio1

Demo of the KORG M3R digital synthesizer from 1989 - The Most Fascinating Soundscapes.

All sounds come from a single Korg M3R played live without additional effects - right from the stereo outputs of the Korg M3R. I played sounds from the following sources:

0:33 - 1:04 M3R factory presets
1:04 - 3:23 Synth 1 (Card Set from Korg)
3:23 - 5:30 Synth 2 (Card Set from Korg)
5:30 - 6:16 Synth 3 (Card Set from Korg)
6:16 - 6:46 L.A. Studio Hits (ROM Card from Key Clique Inc.)
6:46 - 7:11 Sound Effects (Card Set from Korg)
7:11 - 8:48 Environment (Card Set from Korg)
8:48 - 8:59 Akira (ROM Card from Korg)
8:59 - 9:41 World Omnibus (ROM Card from Korg)
9:41 - 9:48 Percussion (Card Set from Korg)

In this video, I tried to play a selection of most fascinating soundscapes from the M3R sound library available. The M3R is very cheap nowadays, it's a good choice if you like digital synth sounds from the nineties!"

1 comment:

  1. We have to be thankful for Korg, they really did something. Roland was good but when the M1 came out music was changed for good.



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