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Korg Pandora PXR4 digital recording studio

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by Doryan, Aug 15, 2002.


  1. First of all I want to say that I know nothing of recording.

    Since I want to work out some solo projects, I was wandering if this is a great tool.
    Does it work on bass, or is it just for guitarists ? (Does it perhaps can also be used for vocals ?)
     
  2. CEM

    CEM Guest

    Nov 3, 2001
    Cincinnati, OH
    You can record anything you want on it. I myself have been lusting for one. Maybe I'll get one for Xmas. You can download the manual from the Korg website.:cool:
     
  3. The PXR4 is a very cool tool, for working out ideas. I picked one up a few weeks ago. Seriously consider what you want to do first you may come up with items that are a little more flexible. The ZOOM MRS-4 is another option too, and you can hook up its playmate the programmable MT-3 drum machine. The KORG has a few drum patterns but nothing programmable, so it's just a metronome. But I like it...good luck:D