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Bachus
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2014 5:02 pm    Post subject: Audio Styles Reply with quote

I was just wondering if the next generation of Korg arrangers might get audio styles?

Personally i dont think audio drum tracks add all that much, because i am absolutely sure that if i would let the same drummer play a midi drumset instead of a real drum over audio, the result would be just as sparkling and live.. If only the drumset would be of the highest quallity.. But Drums and percussion are in my humble opinion some of the easiest things to sample in high quallity.. And even the resonance created by a drum on the other parts of the the drumkit can be implemented by a good soundsystem..

I dont see audiio drums as something sensational...


Personal, i think if you add audio to a style, you can get most of it on natural accoustic things.... Like a realistic strumming guitar, brass and wood instruments... And even accoustic and electric basses.... Or just full orchestra sounds...

This is something Yamaha realised to see with their Audio styles in the s950 and the T5, adding audio drums to a style does not make it an audio style...


As an owner of a ( mostly living in the ketron repair system ) audya, i can tell you that having real audio tracks for basses guitars and such adds much more then audio drums. But all this comes at a cost of these tracks only reacting based on the major chord changes... Maj/min/sept, but not on the more subtle things like advanced chord progressions..


So while i think audio styles can add a lot, do you think Korg is willing to invest in true audio styles? And if they do this, will it bring them what they want?




All in all, i can see them using the advanced pad section to add audio to the styles where they want it, so actually most of the technollogy for audio tracks is allready supported by the Pa3x...
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:52 pm    Post subject: Audio Styles Reply with quote

Yes, it is an old question, but answer is the same - make and use your audiogrooves
There is one simple excample - audio drumtrack from famous song "Lily was Here": https://soundcloud.com/midimusa/lily1-grooves-demo
But You can use the same in other styles: https://soundcloud.com/midimusa/lily2-test-demo
You can use that thing in other way for excample: https://soundcloud.com/midimusa/audiogrooves-test-demo
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