Any Nautilus Users Out There?

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Am curious if there are any Nautilus Users out there. I think I remember maybe a couple posts that I read before recently.

If so, what was your experience with getting to know it and how successful were you to master it.

Now that I decided to finally get serious with it I am finding out just what it is capable of. Whether I ever understand and use it's full potential will remain to be seen.
 
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Am curious if there are any Nautilus Users out there. I think I remember maybe a couple posts that I read before recently.

If so, what was your experience with getting to know it and how successful were you to master it.

Now that I decided to finally get serious with it I am finding out just what it is capable of. Whether I ever understand and use it's full potential will remain to be seen.
I used to have the Nautilus and will end up getting the AT version soon. I think its an excellent board with great sounds, the only problem with it is the OS, there is a lot of menu diving. BUT you need to spend time with it and live with it for a while. I am hoping that Korg will bring out a Kronos 3!
 
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For me it was a step up from the Krome EX. I saw that there were more capabilities and wanted them. I figured it was going to be my best keyboard so far. I'm short on space so I made sure that this was going to be a good acquisition as well as the next step. Didn't factor in what a challenge it could end up being. But I feel that if I dig in with both heels I will get there. Can't be much worse than learning DAWs for the first time, right?
I used to have the Nautilus and will end up getting the AT version soon. I think its an excellent board with great sounds, the only problem with it is the OS, there is a lot of menu diving. BUT you need to spend time with it and live with it for a while. I am hoping that Korg will bring out a Kronos 3!
 
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For me it was a step up from the Krome EX. I saw that there were more capabilities and wanted them. I figured it was going to be my best keyboard so far. I'm short on space so I made sure that this was going to be a good acquisition as well as the next step. Didn't factor in what a challenge it could end up being. But I feel that if I dig in with both heels I will get there. Can't be much worse than learning DAWs for the first time, right?

Right! Like every keyboard out there, it's a mix of your own talent and what you put into the board. It does take work and patience!
 
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Right! Like every keyboard out there, it's a mix of your own talent and what you put into the board. It does take work and patience!
Actually was on YT overload yesterday watching videos from Julius DeBerry on the Nautilus. He explains things very well. Joined his channel as he put some content for members only that I needed. Figured it would be worth the monthly amount to get what I need. Down the road may try some one on one virtual time after I get my feet wet with this board!
 
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I used to have the Nautilus and will end up getting the AT version soon. I think its an excellent board with great sounds, the only problem with it is the OS, there is a lot of menu diving. BUT you need to spend time with it and live with it for a while. I am hoping that Korg will bring out a Kronos 3!
So how long did you have the Nautilus? And how proficient did you get with it?
 
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I had the Nautilus for about six months and reached the point where I was able to navigate the menu and use the nine engines with some proficiency. At the time, I was mostly into orchestral music and had no previous experience with synths. I started off playing the organ when I was young, then got into keyboards much later. I got the Nautilus nearly three years ago, and since then, I have taken it upon myself to learn more about synthesis. I currently have a Montage MX8 and a Nord Stage 4. The Nord is incredible, as everything is hands-on with little to no deep diving required. Obviously, you can go much deeper with the Nautilus, although some of the sounds on the Nord are second to none!
 

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