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#436856 - 09/02/17 12:44 PM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Bernie9]
Dnj Offline
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Originally Posted By Bernie9
You wouldn't assuming you like the instruments they choose with the style. If not, you can change them.



Change them all make it your own..


Edited by Dnj (09/02/17 01:12 PM)
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#436860 - 09/02/17 05:55 PM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Sokratis 1974]
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You can do just about anything with a style, then save it in Songbook. No matter how much you edit it in there, the original style remains untouched.

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#436862 - 09/02/17 08:51 PM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: George Kaye]
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Originally Posted By George Kaye
the PA1000 will have semi weighted keys and the 900 which it replaces does not.


Are you sure about this George? The specs say the 900 has semi weighted keys. I'd love it if the keybed was a bit stiffer .... more 4xish
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#436865 - 09/02/17 09:58 PM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: mrdave]
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Originally Posted By mrdave


These are the differences taken from specs in manuals:



Mr. Dave..........thanks for taking the time to post the "comparison." So I guess the 1000 is the "poor man's PA4x." I was under the impression that it surpassed the 4x at 1/2 the price until I read what you posted. But I'm sure the styles are different and that might be the deal-breaker.

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#436867 - 09/02/17 10:02 PM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Sokratis 1974]
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Dave,
I received a PA700 vs PA1000 comparison sheet from Korg USA. I am copying and pasting the exact wording below. If It doesn't have the semi weighted keys than they've made a typo, but I don't think so. I will know soon enough. I should receive my 1000 hopefully by the end of Sept or beginning of October

Pa1000

61 semi–weighted keys (C2 – C7) with Velocity and Aftertouch
2 x that of Pa700
"Yes (For the Audio signal from Audio Input)
Full sample edit for imported/existing samples"
300 MB (Linear) 600 MB (w/Compression)
"Yes: TC Helicon® Three-parts Harmonizer
Double, De-esser"
"> 420 (TBD) preloaded Styles, freely reconfigurable
1,152 user locations including the User/Direct banks
Eight Style tracks, 4 Keyboard Sets, 4 Pads and one Style Setting per Style
Guitar Track 2 mode, Parallel and Fixed NTT Style Record
with Step Record, Track and Event Edit functions
"
"XDS Crossfade Dual Player (MIDI, KAR, MP3+lyrics, MP3+G)
with separate Select, Start/Stop, Home, Rewind and
Fast Forward controls – X-Fader Balance control
Lyrics, Score and Marker can be displayed on screen
And external video monitor
Jukebox function"
"Double: MP3 Player and MP3 Recorder
Record MP3 files (even playing another MP3 – overdub)
Real Time Transpose (+6/-5 semitones)
Tempo change (±30%)"
"2 Host (1 front, 1 rear) - 1 Device
Supported protocols: Midi, Mass storage"
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#436868 - 09/02/17 10:05 PM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Sokratis 1974]
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Thanks, I was thinking more pa700 vs pa1000... Yes, compared with Pa4x they should sound maybe a bit less "expensive", it is to be expected.

I did the same comparison years ago between Pa600-pa900-pa3x. And you're right.

Now the question is, the new pa700, with it's 4x increased memory, will it sound like to pa3x? smile That'd be already something. But that's a little bit of no sense question, as the sound difference between Pa600/Pa700 and Pa3x/Pa4x is also given by the final output converters. And probably the size of each sound sample.
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#436873 - 09/03/17 04:11 AM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Dnj]
Dnj Offline
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Pa1000 will sell like hot cakes pre orders going thru the roof HURRY!

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#436878 - 09/03/17 05:03 AM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Sokratis 1974]
Nick G Offline
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Registered: 11/16/05
Posts: 1017
Loc: Sydney, NSW, Australia
I have my eyes on a PA1000 for sure.

From the videos It looks like the PA700 has rubber buttons..?? but cant quite tell whether the PA1000 is the same or not? can anyone confirm this?

Also does the PA 1000 have all the great electric guitar effects that are in the PA4x?

Thanks


Edited by Nick G (09/03/17 05:09 AM)
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#436882 - 09/03/17 05:37 AM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Sokratis 1974]
MusicalMemories Offline
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Registered: 11/16/08
Posts: 198
Loc: Arbroath,Angus,Scotland
I like the look of the Pa700

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#436883 - 09/03/17 05:39 AM Re: New Korg Arrangers Pa700 - Pa1000 [Re: Sokratis 1974]
Dnj Offline
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Loc: New Jersey
Why would anyone not get a Pa1000 loaded with ALL the great NEW features vs a Pa700 except price, you dont want buyers remorse later on? If you can swing it try to get the Pa1000.


Edited by Dnj (09/03/17 05:43 AM)
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