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  • Korg SV-1 Stage Vintage Piano official video is online!

    Hi everyone,

    Here's the official video for our new SV-1 Stage Vintage Piano.



    It's also available here:
    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/3388803/korg_sv_1_stage_vintage_piano_official_product_int roduction/
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xagk9k_korg-sv1-official-product-introduct_music

    Enjoy!

    EDIT (9/30/2010): I figured I'd add some related videos, since this thread has become pretty popular.

    Sound Pack #2:



    Advantages of the Editor software:



    Greg Phillinganes discussing/playing the SV-1:



    Bill Payne discussing/playing the SV-1:



    Frank McComb discussing/playing the SV-1:



    There are a few more, including NAMM performances, at the KorgUSAVideos channel on YouTube. Thanks!
    Richard Formidoni
    Technology Product Manager
    Korg USA, Inc.

  • #2
    Man I've got some serious GAS for this baby. Can't wait til Mr. Chase has a demo around here for me to play on. Thanks Rich!

    Currently employed: Korg Kronos/61, Korg CX-3 v2, Korg Radias w/kb, Roland Fantom-S/61, Roland D-550, Yamaha MU100r, Kawai K4r, a bunch o' guitars with a couple of amps, a few pedals, ASUS G74SX PC with 12 GB/7.5TB/Win7-64bit running Sonar X1 with a few NI soft-synths.

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    • #3
      The first time Korg manages to make a good piano?
      GEAR

      Gear: Mackie Onyx 32.4, Focusrite Pro40+Octopre2, Triton Extreme+MOSS+EX800, Roland XV5080+D550+MKS7+MKS50+MKS70+MKS80+JP8080+S550+Jun o60, NordRack2, StudioElectr ATC-1, Ensoniq ESQM, Yamaha A5000+An1x+SY77+TG77+TX802+TX7+MotifRackES, Akai S5k+MPC1k, Pulse, Blofeld, Mopho, VirusIndigo2, EmaxRack, ESynth, Rogue, ProOne, Machinedrum, Drumulator, M1AM1, Linndrum

      Effects: API Lunchbox+512C, MPX550, Boss SE50+SE70+CE300+ROD10, UAD2, Powercorex2, LiquidMix, VVerb, 1204, DP2, Filterbank

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      • #4
        Thanks, Rich. Any idea when we can expect to see these show up in stores to play with?
        Live:
        Nord Stage EX Compact, Korg M50-73, Digitech RP500, Epiphone Les Paul 60s Gold Top reissue, Mackie 1402 VLZ mixer

        Studio:
        Roland RD-700, MOTU Traveler, Roland JV-1010, M-Audio Midisport 2x2, Sonar 8.5 PE, EZ Drummer, numerous soft synth toys, Windows XP

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        • #5
          Freaking awesome promo. The GAS is strong with this one. Can't wait to get in front of one.

          But Rich, did I hear you do a psuedo-Jump on that thing?!

          -Mc
          Response from John from American Musical Supply on why I have received 2 used/damaged Korg M3's and 1 reboxed M3 from Guitar Center (a.k.a. while I'll never buy from AMS again):Footfall wrote:What you're experiencing with these units is the result of our warehouse crew intentionally "overpacking" this product.Current Korg Gear: KRONOS 88 (4GB), M50-73 (PS mod), RADIAS-73, Electribe MX, Triton Pro (MOSS, SCSI, CF, 64MB RAM), DVP-1, MEX-8000, MR-1, KAOSSilator, nanoKey, nanoKontrol, nanoPAD 2

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          • #6
            Okay..I like what I see so far. But what are the specs?
            Goofball's mood for today:


            How perfectly goddamn delightful it all is, to be sure..." -- Charles Crumb (1942-1994)

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            • #7
              Great vid!

              Thanks for posting Rich

              That thing even has the push buttons from Trident & Polysix
              Vive La Synthesizer!

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              • #8
                Okay..I like what I see so far. But what are the specs?

                Release date: September 19th
                Recommended retail price: $2.260 (73-key), $2.480 (88-key)
                Expected retail price: $1.810 (73-key), $1,990 (88-key)
                If you need a KSP script, e-mail me! Depending on amount of work, the price can be arranged!

                Folio: Zero-G - Animato | Sonokinetic - Tigris & Euphrates - Desert Voice - Carousel - Toccata - Voices Of Israel - EMP - FE | Hollow Sun - HSDV Drum Synthesiser - Music Laboratory Machines Series - RMI Electrapiano

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                • #9
                  Hmmm...seems like a nice board. The only thing missing that I'd personally like to see is the ability to split the keyboard for two different sounds. I looked through the manual but didn't see this feature, unless I'm missing something.

                  And if it has the same key-bed as the M3-88, it's a winner right there. I love the feel of that board.
                  Goofball's mood for today:


                  How perfectly goddamn delightful it all is, to be sure..." -- Charles Crumb (1942-1994)

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                  • #10
                    Yup, it's the same keybed as M3-88, RH3 graded.

                    About splitting/dualling the sounds, I think Korg here went with the more hands-on approach, as you can see there's no display, no onboard editing besides those knobs and switches... It's really meant to be playing one sound at a time only, just like the vintage instruments it recreates!
                    If you need a KSP script, e-mail me! Depending on amount of work, the price can be arranged!

                    Folio: Zero-G - Animato | Sonokinetic - Tigris & Euphrates - Desert Voice - Carousel - Toccata - Voices Of Israel - EMP - FE | Hollow Sun - HSDV Drum Synthesiser - Music Laboratory Machines Series - RMI Electrapiano

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                    • #11
                      i don't know about the keyboard but i wish i could play like that
                      More tea, vicar?

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                      • #12
                        plus you can't put it anything on top of it.

                        which is ****************.
                        More tea, vicar?

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                        • #13
                          plus you can't put it anything on top of it.

                          which is ****************.


                          like what? Another board? there's not really many boards that you can stack anymore with all their controls. Which is why god made tiered keyboard stands.
                          Goofball's mood for today:


                          How perfectly goddamn delightful it all is, to be sure..." -- Charles Crumb (1942-1994)

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                          • #14
                            So what if you can't put anything on top? Just use multi-tier stand -.-
                            If you need a KSP script, e-mail me! Depending on amount of work, the price can be arranged!

                            Folio: Zero-G - Animato | Sonokinetic - Tigris & Euphrates - Desert Voice - Carousel - Toccata - Voices Of Israel - EMP - FE | Hollow Sun - HSDV Drum Synthesiser - Music Laboratory Machines Series - RMI Electrapiano

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                            • #15
                              Hmm, this thing sounds interesting, but too bad there's no pitch&mod wheels. Without them it's pretty limited as a MIDI controller, and not very useful as the only one keyboard in rig.

                              like what? Another board?

                              No, like a small desktop module, for example Blofeld/Plugiator/Ti Snow/etc.

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