Korg Electribe Sampler Red

Music Production Station

  • 24 Voice polyphony (varies based on oscillator, filter and Insert FX Type)
  • 16 Parts
  • Max. 999 sound samples (incl. user samples)
  • Max. 270 seconds sampling time
  • Time slicing and resampling function
  • 250 Pattern memory
  • 3 Filter types
  • 72 Modulation types
  • 38 Insert effects
  • 32 Master effects
  • 64-Step sequencer
  • Max. 24 modulation sequences per pattern
  • 16 Velocity trigger pads
  • Touch pad
  • LCD
  • Storage Media SD / SDHC card (up to 32 GB)
  • Line input 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • 2x Line out 6.3 mm jack (L / R)
  • MIDI in/out
  • USB Micro B
  • Sync I / O 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • Headphone jack 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • Many new features via system update
  • Bonus pattern download
  • Power supply: 6x AA battery or power adapter
  • Dimensions: 339 x 189 x 45 mm
  • Weight: 1.6 kg
  • Colour: Metallic red
  • Incl. 2x MIDI adapter cable, Ableton Live 9 Lite (license) and power supply KA-350
  • Suitable optional case: Art.492950 (not included)
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Further Information

Display Yes
Pads 16
Fader(s) 0
Effects Yes
Sampling Function Yes
Storage Medium SD/SDHC Card
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
USB Yes
Number of analog outputs 2
Headphone Output Yes

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Absolutely brilliant
David486, 05.06.2017
I have been making electronic music for years on computers and always found it tough to be inspired and come up with ideas. This has been a real game changer for me.

It takes a little bit of figuring out but once you learn a workflow for this device it is unbelievably useful. You can load a sample/synth patch on a pad in seconds, tweak almost everything you could want to the sound, add effects and record a performance moments later.

The only draw backs I can see are;
The device can only play a limited number of individual sound sources at one, and once you hit this limit it will cut off something to play the next source.
The sound quality, while decent, is not superb.
The labeling for all the knobs is nigh-on impossible to see in low light.
Creating new samples and loading them onto an SD card can be time consuming and tedious.

It's ruggedly built, aluminium housing I think, and comes with a power supply though it can run for quite a while on batteries, especially in low-power mode.

All in all it is a big thumbs up from me, I would definitely recommend it. The only problem I had when deciding to buy this was whether I would get this or the original (non sampler) version.
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Great in its price range
53 79 6e 74 68 65 73 69 7a 65 20 6d 65 20 64 61 64 64 79 20 55 7, 27.04.2020
Limitations breed creativity they say, and I feel this applies to the Electribe sampler. It's fun to use and makes it really easy to come up with ideas, but it'll also remind you of its limitations quite often.

The effects are kinda shabby and the polyphony is kinda ridiculous. Since it's not properly explained in the description: one note of mono sample uses one polyphony, a stereo sample uses 2 parts and so 2 polyphony. Having filter or insert FX enabled eats 1 polyphony each, per part. So for example playing a single note using a stereo sample with both filter and FX enabled, gobbles up 6 notes of polyphony! This way you'd only get 4 notes and you're already out of polyphony.

The upshot is, since it's a sampler, it'll sound just as good as the sounds you feed it are. Also the way you can mute parts, jump to arbitrary steps on the sequencer and being able to chain patterns makes it really fun to arrange entire songs out of loops. After you get used to the rules of this machine, it's really nice.

Also, huge plus for the blinkenlights! <3
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