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Kawai XD-5 Drum Synthesizer
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  • benten808benten808

    Kawai XD-5 Drum SynthesizerPublished on 10/08/11 at 15:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Subtractive synthesis module of percussive MIDI controllable rack. The idea is to organize sets of instruments and sets user to edit individual sounds with elements of conventional synthesis: delay, velocity curve, envelope filter and volume, lowpass filter, autobend, pitch, form wave.

    UTILIZATION

    Use simple basic. Editing sounds is a bit tedious (programming through some controls facade) but the manual is very clear. I use it with Ableton.

    SOUNDS

    I often use sounds from the module. My favorites are the kicks and typed industrial metal sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this stuff and a Roland R8 for the bulk of my percussive parts. I do not part with it. The sou…
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    Subtractive synthesis module of percussive MIDI controllable rack. The idea is to organize sets of instruments and sets user to edit individual sounds with elements of conventional synthesis: delay, velocity curve, envelope filter and volume, lowpass filter, autobend, pitch, form wave.

    UTILIZATION

    Use simple basic. Editing sounds is a bit tedious (programming through some controls facade) but the manual is very clear. I use it with Ableton.

    SOUNDS

    I often use sounds from the module. My favorites are the kicks and typed industrial metal sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this stuff and a Roland R8 for the bulk of my percussive parts. I do not part with it. The sounds are deep and can pierce any mix.
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