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Old 2013-09-11, 16:54
DJJazzemoto DJJazzemoto is offline
 
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working with KORG to create M\T series \Trinty\Triton sound bank or RE ASAP!!1

now that you guys have created 2 already sought after Korg classic keyboard modules..to add the HISTORIC sounds of the M1\T3 series, Trinity series & TRITON series either as rack extentions would be KILLER!!!!! (and on a wishful thinking note: try to get Roland in on the RE format & let the first RE project be with the JV series library?? idea??--maybe??? lol)
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Old 2013-09-11, 16:57
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now that you guys have created 2 already sought after Korg classic keyboard modules..to add the HISTORIC sounds of the M1\T3 series, Trinity series & TRITON series either as rack extentions would be KILLER!!!!! (and on a wishful thinking note: try to get Roland in on the RE format & let the first RE project be with the JV series library?? idea??--maybe??? lol)
Propellerhead did not recreate those Korg devices, they were developed by... Korg. Your best strategy is to write to Korg, Roland and any other synth makers/developers you like and ask them to make REs. Propellerhead won't likely do that for you.
 

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