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Amdek RMK-100 Rhythm Machine
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Amdek RMK-100 Rhythm Machine

Drum Machine from Amdek

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Amdek RMK-100 Rhythm MachinePublished on 10/05/09 at 11:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- No MIDI
- Mono output
- Output trig out but I think it is not connected to the original (the module was sold in kit form, at the time)

- 5 available sounds: kick, snare, closed hat, open hat.
The sounds are not editable, except you can adjust the sound level of the hi-hat, and add an accent ...

- Sequencer super intuitive, quick to use (but not allowing the error, or at least correct or backward). However, not without finesse (the "filler", etc.).

UTILIZATION

- Very simple configuration, the machine is fast and simple to use.

SOUNDS

- The sounds are terrible: analog synthesis, retro to death, the hats are very metal / acid between the tr-808 and 606, to give an...…
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- No MIDI
- Mono output
- Output trig out but I think it is not connected to the original (the module was sold in kit form, at the time)

- 5 available sounds: kick, snare, closed hat, open hat.
The sounds are not editable, except you can adjust the sound level of the hi-hat, and add an accent ...

- Sequencer super intuitive, quick to use (but not allowing the error, or at least correct or backward). However, not without finesse (the "filler", etc.).

UTILIZATION

- Very simple configuration, the machine is fast and simple to use.

SOUNDS

- The sounds are terrible: analog synthesis, retro to death, the hats are very metal / acid between the tr-808 and 606, to give an idea. It is often said that AMdek was a clone of the Boss DR55, yet the hats do not sound exactly like (there are more resonance on the Boss).
- Of course, the sound is not realistic, it is possible synthetic and that's why we love him.

OVERALL OPINION

- I've had it a year.
I love the sequencer: programmable hats (not like the Dr55), but the rest bond is also programmable and can be if one wants to put hats every quarter time.
The sounds are excellent, very retro, but typed quite unique.
It is a rare machine, misunderstood, that j'aiem much use for its ease of use (not without shades) and its sounds.
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  • Manufacturer: Amdek
  • Model: RMK-100 Rhythm Machine
  • Category: Drum Machines
  • Added in our database on: 08/20/2007

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