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Monday, 09 August 2021 00:00
Written by Giuseppe
Kurzweil K2700 Vs K2600
After 25 years, the release of the K2700 for many musicians means the return of one of the greatestWorkstations of the 90s. The Kurzweil K2600. Unique and innovative of its kind for the power and theinfinite possibilities of sound and programming. Suffice it to say that in 1996 a computer had a maximum of32mb Ram, the K2600 instead had the possibility of expanding up to 128mb of Ram.
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Friday, 23 January 2015 21:04
Written by Covy
Step up your music Designed for hands-on hardware sequencing, the BeatStep Pro brings two fully independent melodic sequencers and one drum sequencer. You can from the BeatStep Pro manage a full performance, controlling software instruments, analog and digital synthesizers, drum machines and drum kits, iPad apps. The melodic sequencers offer up to 64 steps per sequence, 16 sequences per project and 16 projects, making them the most impressive step sequencers ever made. The additional drum sequencer allows for 16 separate tracks of sequencing. Record in real-time via the pads or use the step buttons for a classic drum machine workflow.
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Friday, 23 January 2015 21:35
Written by Covy
DRUM MACHINE EXPANSION FOR TR-8In the mid-1980s, Roland released the now-famous TR-707 and TR-727 Rhythm Composers. Loved deeply by groove-minded musicians the world over, these machines have been the beating heart of a wide range of styles including synth pop, acid house, techno, industrial, electro, and experimental. Now, the sound of these classic rhythm machines, with every nuance accounted for, can be injected into your TR-8, taking the whole experience to an entirely new level. Every sound of the TR-707 and TR-727 Rhythm Composers, faithfully reproduced using the original PCM wave data and detailed models of the original circuitryAnalog Circuit…
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Friday, 23 January 2015 21:48
Written by Covy
Integration with Ableton Live allows intuitive music production.A palm-sized synthesizer.The palm-sized synthesizer, kaossilator 2, has now been intensified. Announcing the newly evolved kaossilator 2S ("S" stands for Sound on Sound), a great tool for serious music production. Use the touchpad to perform intuitively, the loop recorder to keep overdubbing, then export your recorded phrases to Ableton Live and polish them into a song! With undo/redo functions and support for exporting as multi-track data or in Ableton Live format, the kaossilator 2S means that serendipitous phrases and sudden ideas can be seamlessly used in song production.
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Friday, 23 January 2015 21:59
Written by Covy
http://www.roland.com/products/mx-1/ 18-CHANNEL PERFORMANCE MIXER WITH STEP-SEQUENCED FX, TRANSPORT, AND TEMPO CONTROLThe MX-1 Mix Performer brings together your synths, drum machines, loops, DAW tracks, and more into a single performance-optimized mixing instrument. Combining elements of a mixer, control surface, audio interface, and step-based effector, the MX-1 is designed to be the nerve center of your electronic music rig. It’s a mixer you can play – and so much more. 18 channel performance mixer with step-sequenced FX, transport, and tempo controlThree kinds of step-sequenced Beat FX (Filter, Side Chain, Slicer) with TR-style buttonsSix kinds of Master FX (48 variations) with large performance…
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