The Korg R3 synthesizer vocoder is a full-fledged music synthesizer that provides an easy and affordable way to enjoy sophisticated synthesis and advanced sound creation. In a compact and light-weight body, the R3 synthesizer vocoder packs 37 full-size, velocity sensing keys, along with two-timbre/eight-voice performance power. 128 programs deliver crucial synth sounds from leads and pads to strings and percussion with 2 oscillators, 3 envelope generators, 2 filters, an amp section, effects, and a noise generator available for each voice. In addition to the vocoder which works with the onboard mic input, it has a modulation sequencer for precision 16-step control of modulation movement.
The sound generator section of the Korg R3 synthesizer vocoder uses the same acclaimed MMT (Multiple Modeling Technology) used by the KORG RADIAS, delivering thick, gutsy, and crisp analog sounds. With quality that will satisfy both professionals and beginners, the R3 synthesizer vocoder is a great choice for adding synth sounds on stage or in music production.
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