MATRIXSYNTH: Kraft Music - Sound Comparison - Korg SV-2, Crumar Seven and Viscount Legend 70's

Friday, July 24, 2020

Kraft Music - Sound Comparison - Korg SV-2, Crumar Seven and Viscount Legend 70's

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The Korg SV-2, Crumar Seven and Viscount Legend '70s, are all three powerful instruments that offer each a unique set of features, control panel and most importantly, type of sound. Some musicians require that, "certain sound" that really matches with the music or the style they're playing. High gain, slight distortion, subtle rotary and etc, all matter when you are considering which electric piano is the right fit for you. Another thought to consider is the panel layout. If you're a working musician, there's a strong chance you're looking for a very specific set of features and settings placed in a convenient area of the panel for easier access. No screen driving, pressing shift for alternative functions or use of jog dials.

While not meant to be a deep-dive into the difference in sound, we patched together this short sound comparison of the three aforementioned pianos. Each piano closely playing the same piece written and performed by our good friend Ray Tevich.

Take a quick sound check of the Korg SV-2, Crumar Seven and Viscount Legend 70's Electric pianos and consider what are the sounds and features that matter to you! If you'd like, you can give us a all or chat with us at and ask us any questions you have regarding any of these pianos. Our team is composed of seasoned musicians that love to share their passion of music with everyone, and help you with your musical endeavors.


Korg SV-2 and SV-2S Stage Vintage pianos capture the signature sound, unique performance experience, and aesthetic satisfaction of a compelling collection of definitive keyboards. Available with Korg's RH3 graded-hammer action keybed in 88 or 73-key versions, the SV-2 faithfully reproduces the tonal and dynamic nuances of these classic instruments with a three-dimensional sense of presence. The SV-2 specializes in instant control, with a display-free front panel loaded with knobs and switches, while the free SV-2 Editor for Windows and Mac offers additional configuration and editing options.

The Crumar Seven focuses on recreating the classic sound and appearance of vintage electric pianos. Housed in a vintage-style solid wooden case with lid, handle, and detachable metal legs, Seven features a 73-note hammer action keybed and eight dedicated physical modeling synthesis engines that faithfully replicate electric and acoustic pianos, along with a sample playback piano engine. Seven also offers two independent stereo effects slots, 32 total presets, illuminated RGB encoders, and internal Wi-Fi for its web-app editor.

The Viscount Legend '70s line offers a unique range of digital pianos with a vintage aesthetic. Designed to let the musician customize their instrument, these digital pianos feature sound engine modules that can be swapped and exchanged, allowing pianists to create the instrument that best suits their needs and tastes. The Legend '70s line offers three variations: the 73-key Legend '70s Compact, weighing 35 pounds, the 88-key Legend '70s Artist, weighing 42 pounds, and the 88-key wooden keyboard Legend '70s Artist-W, also weighing 42 pounds. All models come with a free editor that makes it easy to modify parameters and settings."

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