Hey all. Bear with me, this got huge.
I currently have an M1 for my own use and tinker on a Trinity at least once a week (at my church) and now feel that it's time to ditch the M1 for a more serious-sounding keyboard. Face it, when you own a VW but drive a Porsche a few times a week, you tire quickly of the VW.
However, I'm in a dilemma. I have no idea what I should be looking at.
For the features, the N264 looked to be a good choice but I didn't like the springy keys on it, and the sequencer isn't HUGE... I'm used to the classic Korg feel -- no weighted keys, but very responsive to touch.
Now I'm drooling over ads for the Triton Pro but it's out of my reach, financially, unless a miracle happens. Even the Trinity would be sweet, but I dunno.
(I run a web development business which is poised to get huge very quickly so finances might not be the issue in a few months)
Anyhow, here's what I'm looking for: REALLY good piano sounds, REALLY good organ (esp B3), and a huge sequencer (the 200,000 note seq on the Triton made me choke on my drink when I saw it). I'm looking at something multi-purpose -- home recording, once-a-week gigs, and sturdy for small tours.
Should I be looking at the N-series? The X-series? The i-series? Triton vs Trinity? Should I just keep my M1 and shut my mouth?
The biggest problem I'm facing is the pricetag. I have no idea what I want to budget for this, and have no idea when I'll actually get around to buying a new keyboard.
I'm looking for some advice from anyone who wants to Email me
and chat about it.