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Merlekeys



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:06 pm    Post subject: Trinity succesors Reply with quote

Back in 1999 I bought a Trinity V3pro (76 key) which is still serving me well. However, I want to replace it. I want something more up to date. Can anyone tell me what the successors to the Trinity have been that offer similar features? I don't need the sequencer and I'll only need a 61-key synth. It's mainly for live performance use.
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Timo
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Korg workstation timeline:-

M1 (1988) > Trinity (1995) > Triton (1999) > Triton Extreme (2004) > Oasys (2005) > M3 (2007) > Kronos (2011) > Kronos 2 (2014+)

There are various models inbetween, but the above are the full-blown, major milestones.

I would say that the Oasys took a different branch from the usual workstations as it was aimed as a pinnacle one-off, and the M3 wasn't a continuation of Oasys but a more affordable successor to the Triton Extreme, and the Oasys wasn't equalled or superceded until the Kronos/2.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

M1 (1988) > T1 (1989) > 01W (1991) > Trinity (1995) > Triton (1999) > Triton Extreme (2004) > Oasys (2005) > M3 (2007) > Kronos (2011) > Kronos 2 (2014+)

I'm just being a knob... but didn't want to see the 01W missed out as that is where I started. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 11:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

number6uk wrote:
M1 (1988) > T1 (1989) > 01W (1991) > Trinity (1995) > Triton (1999) > Triton Extreme (2004) > Oasys (2005) > M3 (2007) > Kronos (2011) > Kronos 2 (2014+)

I'm just being a knob... but didn't want to see the 01W missed out as that is where I started. Very Happy


Definitely not being a knob, my experiences started with Trinity so was unsure of the earlier models!
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