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Music And More MB-33Published on 04/04/06 at 03:47
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Used only by an external interface since it's a rack!
Jack from a 6.35 (I do not know if Stereo or mono, but I would put my ticket to mono), a mono output jack 6.35, a range of noon, no internal memory, no s internal sequencer, the external rglages:
Tune
Wave (instead of select square or sawtooth strict, it can compromise table)
Cutoff 24 db efficient enough
Resonnance
Mod Envelope
Accent
Decay
and finally, volume

In résumé: simple, controllable, you can slide through the grate note bunk ... etc ...

UTILIZATION

I do not have the manual but I russi immediately use it.
Ms. notes that for CHARACTERISTICS: simple and effective

SOUNDS

I did a song released on......
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Used only by an external interface since it's a rack!
Jack from a 6.35 (I do not know if Stereo or mono, but I would put my ticket to mono), a mono output jack 6.35, a range of noon, no internal memory, no s internal sequencer, the external rglages:
Tune
Wave (instead of select square or sawtooth strict, it can compromise table)
Cutoff 24 db efficient enough
Resonnance
Mod Envelope
Accent
Decay
and finally, volume

In résumé: simple, controllable, you can slide through the grate note bunk ... etc ...

UTILIZATION

I do not have the manual but I russi immediately use it.
Ms. notes that for CHARACTERISTICS: simple and effective

SOUNDS

I did a song released on vinyl and I shuffled line TB303, the real line and MAM MB 33, at the finish they will not look like evil, when we recognize spar m me a diffrence but I think the 33 is the clone that is nearest + TB, at least if the tb is 10/10, this one is not far derrire trs.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years without worry. I use it for sheets of low or very acid tracks nerves. I'm trying to change the config and software we will see how the MMA will behave priori there is no reason whatsoever for particulire + difficult. I spend a tracker Live ....
Excellent price quality ratio, the odds are increasing. We see ads take you above 100. This is 2 times less than the rating tural argus.
Mine I got from qq1 which was not too much to know sth: 40!
And I do not even would sell for 200!
Trs happy with this little 1U!
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Music And More MB-33Published on 06/28/06 at 01:13
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Rack-19ps
-Control buttons on the front, adjustable miniswitch noon on the back (in exadecimal ..)
Midi in only one input and one mono audio output (enables the use of Section vcf an external source!)
No-limit, since the bike is a 100% analog although it remains quite typed bassline (normal this way)
Mono-synth, the "polyphony" that manage the slide of the note.

I put 7 because of the MIDI settings in exam ...

UTILIZATION

-No need for manual, all hope is intuitive to

SOUNDS

Plasser, its sounds can be a little while since auusi could do well as the low round thing that scratches or even sounds super acid

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for the past 5 years and I am......
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Rack-19ps
-Control buttons on the front, adjustable miniswitch noon on the back (in exadecimal ..)
Midi in only one input and one mono audio output (enables the use of Section vcf an external source!)
No-limit, since the bike is a 100% analog although it remains quite typed bassline (normal this way)
Mono-synth, the "polyphony" that manage the slide of the note.

I put 7 because of the MIDI settings in exam ...

UTILIZATION

-No need for manual, all hope is intuitive to

SOUNDS

Plasser, its sounds can be a little while since auusi could do well as the low round thing that scratches or even sounds super acid

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for the past 5 years and I am completely gaga! lol
"I like this sound very" German "which contrasts a bit (but not too much) with that of the Roland 303 (the mam is to me more than a variation clone)
-D 'time, it is very accessible
-I 've long wanted one but my second choice is a party to the novation basstation well as complete
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  • Manufacturer: Music And More
  • Model: MB-33
  • Category: Analog Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/16/2004

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Other names: mb 33, mb33

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