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Boss DR-880 Dr. Rhythm
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Boss DR-880 Dr. Rhythm

Drum Machine from Boss belonging to the DR series.

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Mrben Mrben

«  Very good rhythm »

Published on 08/18/13 at 09:33
A box rhythms quite well provided:

- Many battery kit and bass sounds
- Effect processor guitar / Bass
- MIDI I / O
- USB for backups
- 4 Out Jacks, 2 RCA, SPDIF out and two switch inputs

UTILIZATION

Ergonomics is not necessarily well thought out, but the tool is ideal for rapid programming in real time.
I regret the lack of mute on different parts of the drum kit, and the slow processor. The machine churns 30 seconds to register a change of pattern or sound, it's really long ...

SOUNDS

The sounds are very good. They fit very well in a mix.
The only complaint is the lack of sound identity, but it is what makes the DR880 is an appropriate solution for various styles of music.
The PAD is effective and a good expression level of the game

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years but very little use because it does not match my current needs.
This is a very good tool that I will buy again without hesitation.
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