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Korg KR Mini Rhythm Machine
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Drum Machine from Korg belonging to the KR series.

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    Korg KR Mini Rhythm MachinePublished on 05/06/14 at 15:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a small drum with HP incorporated. There is the possibility to connect a pedal to trigger rhythms etc, but not having, I did not test. We can link the rhythms and changes in the accompaniment.

    UTILIZATION

    When the basic rhythms are used, the usage is very simple. Once they want to chain the rhythms, it becomes crying. Take the written languages ​​in 6000 user manual, small print etc.. It is frankly not intuitive. So, when I bought this little BAR exactly for this function, I actually used very little.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are not terrible. I'm not talking out of his HP. 2W with HP 2-3 cm, should not dream either, but it helps out. on the other hand, connected to m…
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    This is a small drum with HP incorporated. There is the possibility to connect a pedal to trigger rhythms etc, but not having, I did not test. We can link the rhythms and changes in the accompaniment.

    UTILIZATION

    When the basic rhythms are used, the usage is very simple. Once they want to chain the rhythms, it becomes crying. Take the written languages ​​in 6000 user manual, small print etc.. It is frankly not intuitive. So, when I bought this little BAR exactly for this function, I actually used very little.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are not terrible. I'm not talking out of his HP. 2W with HP 2-3 cm, should not dream either, but it helps out. on the other hand, connected to multimedia speakers, it does not sound better. The drum sounds are very synthetic, very "midi". This is poor, not dynamic and artificial. But the worst is that the drum sounds are the same regardless of the style. Bossa or rock, it was the same sounds. Moreover, the variations within each style are very subtle ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    In short, I was very disappointed with the BAR, I bought my guitar to work to replace the metronome. But the sounds are so insipid that I preferred to download an app for Android a hundred times better result (of Ninebuzz I think, frankly well, with the ability to play two measures, two measures of silence and recovery formidable for timing!). I sold it all very quickly. It's crazy what you could have done with the pub ...
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