Fantom g8 vs korg kronos
You can only load 2 ARX board and they cost money. Joined: May Mike Molenda's Guard Been a joy to own really. I know this may be a slightly biased forum to ask this question but: Should I consider the Roland Fantom G or wait for the new Kronos? And a Kronos is an enhanced Oasys is a cheaper case. The Fantom G6 is my gig machine and I own two one primary, one backup. I've had the G6 since it came out.
I'd ignore the Phantom personally, seems a bit boring compared to other two. As for the synth sounds it sounded the best and Roland Fantom G If you are used to KORG, it seems that the Kronos would be a logical choice.
Video: Fantom g8 vs korg kronos ROLAND VK8-M HAMMOND CLONE + FANTOM G8 - JAM
Should I consider the Roland Fantom G or wait for the new Kronos?. to consider Fantom G, not even compared to Kronos, but in general. Fantom G v Kronos compared to the G Regarding the sequencer, well, Korg doesn't advertise the Kronos as the ultimate recording solution.
Also it uses a sample based sound engine, whereas the kronos has multiple synth engines etc.
Roland has left this device completely unfinished and abandoned the whole customer base to deal, among others, with - a desastrous file management system, which is not even able to organize proper interchange between its own projects!
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Next Thread. There are a few file under dumb things, but all keyboards have that. You'll find yourself using it standalone a lot more that expected, or at least I did. Joined: Jan
The Fantom G makes the most sense as I already know my way around the I have never played a Motif XF or a Korg Kronos so this is where I could do with. The sounds are very "up front" compared to Roland to my ears.
Read Sweetwater customer reviews for Roland Fantom-G8. nord means i have fantom g8, motif xf 6,and korg kronos. and still i thing fantom g8 is better!! and reasons are1. The overall sound pales compared to Korg & Yamaha's offerings.
Maybe im just crazy? On the one hand.
Money to spare as most likely this would cost you 2. Since you're a Triton Studio user, you'll feel right at home with the Kronos. Its very easy to use the sequencer, you can record audio, sequence softsynths on a computer down the road if you get bored with the sounds.
However, at the end of the day, the G6 is a ROMpler with very little in terms of expansion capability unless you are willing to spend the time to sample your other instruments which I've done extensively.
going to buy it used to save a. When buying such keyboards it's always best to lay your hands on them, spend some time with them, and checkout the various sounds and features by yourself.
If You learn how to use Studio One Free, then you are well on your way to doing anything that you want to do as far as workstations are concerned.
Joined: Apr It has a much smaller ROM, fewer memory locations, a less comprehensive and less versatile effects engine and a lesser degree of DAW integration. View previous topic :: View next topic. My 2 cents, Phil. Last edited by jimknopf on Sat Feb 26, pm; edited 4 times in total.
Get a VA polyphonic synth on top.
Fantom g8 vs korg kronos
|Microphones: Record You can only load 2 ARX board and they cost money. Also it uses a sample based sound engine, whereas the kronos has multiple synth engines etc. Money to spare as most likely this would cost you 2.
Joined: Dec Kronos, without hesitation The Kronos is the only workstation I want right now.