Terratec Producer Sine MB33II
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Terratec Producer Sine MB33II

Sine MB33II, Analog Synth Rack/Sound Module from Terratec Producer.

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devil 01/31/2005

Terratec Producer Sine MB33II : devil's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent
Rack analog monophonic
All potentiometers send and receive MIDI contolleurs
A mono output, a VCF input, MIDI IN / OUT / THRU
Aun level of sound is therefore a bassline that is quite limited: a VCO Saw / Pulse Pulsewidth modulated by the envelope, a SubOscillateur saw / square
For the rest it's like a TB303, Tune, Cutoff, Resonance, Env Mod, Accent, Decay, Volume Disto plus.
Everything is editable via MIDI
no internal sequencer

UTILIZATION

La, it's easy, no need for manual

SOUNDS

At his, I think that is too limited "ACID". On this point TB allows more opportunity, especially in the bass. However I find the sound very nice. For those who know, I find the sound quite similar has the Electribe EA-1 (filter, VCO), but analogique.Personnellement j 'adore.Je' ve purchased to complete my TB with something a little different and this is just what I needed.
Otherwise the reaction has the accent sounds a bit "machine" from the "live" from that of the TB

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 month now and I conquered. Attention, this is not a TB or so from afar, but the sound is nonetheless interesting.
Note that that is the same thing that a MAM MB33 II except that any small fault of the latter have been corrected: the random slide, breath, no problem
For breath, they have greatly increased the output sound level (almost 2 times stronger that a TR909)
Value for money excellent.je this choice would do without hesitation