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Drum Machine from Roland belonging to the TR series.

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  • Anonymous

    Roland TR-707Published on 10/23/08 at 09:12
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    Well, a good old TR.
    Certainly, it is neither the 909 nor the 808 or even 606. But the 707 is still a very interesting bcane.

    15 figs sounds, not moldable (except volume): 2 feet, 2 snares, 3 toms, 1 clap, 1 rimshot, 1 cowbell, tambourine 1, 1 charley charley closed 1 open, 1 ride, 1 crash. With independent entrance audio output for each instrument (if my memory serves).

    Squenceur 16 steps (2/2 or 4/4) or not 12 (3/4), recording in real time or not prog no.

    Jurassic few KB of memory: 64 patterns and 4 songs. Very sufficient in normal use, dumping MIDI possible if need room.

    Controllable by MIDI or Dinsync.

    The machine is plastic from head to toe.

    USE

    Fairly simple mac…
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    Well, a good old TR.
    Certainly, it is neither the 909 nor the 808 or even 606. But the 707 is still a very interesting bcane.

    15 figs sounds, not moldable (except volume): 2 feet, 2 snares, 3 toms, 1 clap, 1 rimshot, 1 cowbell, tambourine 1, 1 charley charley closed 1 open, 1 ride, 1 crash. With independent entrance audio output for each instrument (if my memory serves).

    Squenceur 16 steps (2/2 or 4/4) or not 12 (3/4), recording in real time or not prog no.

    Jurassic few KB of memory: 64 patterns and 4 songs. Very sufficient in normal use, dumping MIDI possible if need room.

    Controllable by MIDI or Dinsync.

    The machine is plastic from head to toe.

    USE

    Fairly simple machine to use, after reading the leaflet.

    No noise rglage if not the volume of each instrument (some apairs), using good old knobs analos and focus (also adjustable by knob) So no for several hours making head to find her, Roland has chosen for you.

    The squenceur is very simple, it Fawn matrix step sequencer program like any TR, or in real time the ear. Beat grid obtained is relayed by an ancient LCD screen fawn Game'n watch.
    Each pattern has its own shuffle (modes 4 or 5 only), the flame (the same) and loop point.
    A large dial to the tempo, which led some loupiottent and that's nearly all.

    We can chain patterns steals or mount them to create the songs.

    There's way of Building a good rhythmic base in less than 15 minutes if you are inspired. The result will not be uncommon, but may be very effective depending on the musical style for which the 707 will be used.

    SONORITS

    The sonority Gnrale is typically pop 80s, very open and bright, with grain of era and especially the presence ... was very nice. In fact, it sounds a bit like a "small" LinnDrum, but with a mix of GPs tend sounds (snare, toms, tambourines) and other synthetics trend (clap, rimshot, hi-hats ) .dropoff window The result remains all the same rather homogeneous enough grace to end grain typ.

    The 15 instruments are not products from VCO / VCF but are all "sampls," or rather, "enregistrs lectroniquement" (which should return to the same). These "samples" are musically very good quality, not the finest and dtaills, but with a very very good fishing or hitting (notably the snares). I think that each sample is catapult to audio output by a good old juicy VCA is what gives them their presence my opinion, and that compensates a little the absence of a veritable g nration 100% analog as the TR plus (re) known.
    Some sounds have also apparently does sampls on other pre-TR rules.

    I would have liked to find two or three instrumentals over anyway, such as a conga or shaker, which have always failing me on this machine.

    Some say gladly that 707 it sounds "kitsch" ... it is not a priori wrong, but what finally kitsch, if not what is actually ... typs sounds but good quality musically (grain and presence, as I recall), so no ridiculous that view. The rest is a matter of taste.
    In short, a sonority "type" but easy to exploit if the style is CIBL electro-funk, electro-rock, italo disco, or downright "80s revival" why not ... Uses more small doses, can possibly find in Hip Hop, R'n'B and House. But for Techno, Indus, the acid, the drum'n'bass or hardcore, has less risk of being downright obvious ... but it is up to you.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    One of the big advantages of the 707 is its "small" price, while remaining good vintage (admittedly not very versatile).
    With this bcane, we have the possibility of gross sin, without using any compression. All instruments of 707 will place without wavering, even in the presence of a few large analog synths "bulky" the mix. The patterns are easy to program, there is no doubt that with a little creativity we can well exploit this bcane in no time. Like what, even with old pots, we can do something other than jam.

    A point is note: the machine as very "rustic", it never bugged, what happiness!

    She has a twin sister, the 727, which offers Latin sounds it. Both must complter marvel, but the price of the two reunited becomes substantially less interesting (the 727 is a little rarer and most expensive).
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  • paradiesparadies

    The big misunderstanding ...

    Roland TR-707Published on 12/03/13 at 11:01
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    Everything has already been said.
    The characteristics cons styles pro / (+ / -)

    +
    Mini Mixer
    separate outputs
    trig out (via sequence of rimshot)
    step sequencer.


    the -
    - 15 sampled sounds that some are fantastic when they are criticized throughout the D110/mt32 modules etc ... these are the same samples!
    - No editing of sounds from the volume!
    - The used prices often borders on the ridiculous.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple but very limited ....

    SOUNDS

    Roland did not understand. In the early '80s, everyone wanted samples of high quality. Roland TR persisted with its analog (TR808, 606 and 909) and seeing the lack of success, to the filament sample with 707, 7…
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    Everything has already been said.
    The characteristics cons styles pro / (+ / -)

    +
    Mini Mixer
    separate outputs
    trig out (via sequence of rimshot)
    step sequencer.


    the -
    - 15 sampled sounds that some are fantastic when they are criticized throughout the D110/mt32 modules etc ... these are the same samples!
    - No editing of sounds from the volume!
    - The used prices often borders on the ridiculous.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple but very limited ....

    SOUNDS

    Roland did not understand. In the early '80s, everyone wanted samples of high quality. Roland TR persisted with its analog (TR808, 606 and 909) and seeing the lack of success, to the filament sample with 707, 727, 505 and 626 ... and today everyone calls "real TR" that is roland? they resortent we fake old stuff with digital analos names Jupiters, juno sh ...
    The raw sound of these are mediocre Tr. Separate outputs will work anyway, but then what interest in 2013 if it is to make it to the rack effect that makes the sound? much return there something else ...
    But if we know what we want, we already have the equipment to accommodate the separate outputs, and we find it a good price, or you want to do live, we can of course consider the purchase of this machine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Many people think that 707 is a little sister 909, and 808, it is not. The misunderstanding was that TR has a rhythm expensive box that has the look with its 16 steps that light, but little sound like the most nerdy low-end modules 80.


    For much less, a Roland R8 offers many more possibilities, especially with the card samples 808.
    a 626 will not have the beautiful array of LEDs or the minimixette, but all other features of the 707 2 or 3 times cheaper
    and finally roland groovebox loaded with samples of 808 or 909 rpm, the korg electribe, offer all better for less ...

    To be consistent, we need a 909, 808 or 606. otherwise, an R8 with preferably 808 card. A SP606 can also be a solution, despite the absence of separate outputs, as there are two multi-effects built.
    This Tr 707 should be priced at 626 to have an interest on. But too many people think they have by purchasing access to the wand of beat maker ... and those who are disappointed refuse to sell their investment at a loss at this point, we understand that.
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  • Anonymous

    Roland TR-707Published on 05/01/13 at 03:10
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    - Midi in / out
    - 10x + 1 1 audio out L / R out
    - Headphone output
    - Output trig via block of the rimshot
    - Input-output "type" (very convenient but another time) to tape backup (or the mpc in my case)
    - 15 sounds available non-editable (except the mixer section)
    - Very groovy kind Sequencer Roland TR
    - Backup M-64C cartridge (but OCCAZ price is downright delirium should relax).

    UTILIZATION

    - Very simple configuration, the editing functions are accessed via the shift key.
    - Very clear and didactic manual as usual brand.
    - The famous TR sequencer has not been matched to this day, it is a great pleasure to make beats with this type of sequencer.

    SOUNDS

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    - Midi in / out
    - 10x + 1 1 audio out L / R out
    - Headphone output
    - Output trig via block of the rimshot
    - Input-output "type" (very convenient but another time) to tape backup (or the mpc in my case)
    - 15 sounds available non-editable (except the mixer section)
    - Very groovy kind Sequencer Roland TR
    - Backup M-64C cartridge (but OCCAZ price is downright delirium should relax).

    UTILIZATION

    - Very simple configuration, the editing functions are accessed via the shift key.
    - Very clear and didactic manual as usual brand.
    - The famous TR sequencer has not been matched to this day, it is a great pleasure to make beats with this type of sequencer.

    SOUNDS

    - Sounds TR 707, with a big plus compared to samples (I have mpc and BAR digital / analog), say what you want but the 707 has an incredible potato. Coupled with proper reverb you get a very professional result and its incommensurate. My next three albums were composed on average of 30 minutes each, no compresion the plug, mini eq (but my table has very good eq) in short we spend more time having fun than trying have a big potato on the console, as stated above this machine has a huge sin.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I owned and sold x times. I have a lot of machines, the coolest feature, sound and sequencer, the less cool, I do not know ... The price is really too OCCAZ pushed, do not fool around, this machine is great but EXTREMELY limited. The 90s revival of time Pernet speculators sometimes LITTLE STRICT to make money on the back bushel who wants to pay his 707 to the boyz noize .. I think we need to know before buying this machine if you end up with a machine that will do a very strong type of sound. For most bushels who feel too Roland, pay you samples, or think because due to its very exaggerated side, to know what we do or do shit dad for the money ..

    Let's be clear, this machine is very widely surcotée.
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  • revegarevega

    It's ugly aging ....

    Roland TR-707Published on 12/17/12 at 07:45
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    Beatbox another era including basic sounds (kick, snare, hit hat, cowboy etc ...) 6 and 8 bit.
    Its manufacture is 100% plastic machine fragile and not really built for the road.
    We will retain this clunker that its sequencer typed 'TR' for the rest it is downright terrible.

    UTILIZATION

    Operation is simple and does not require a particular expertise. The grip is (in my mind) fairly simple and the manual is more to navigate easily.
    Not possible to edit sounds and does not change anything in fact, the base is anyway quite unconvincing.

    SOUNDS

    And yes this is where everything falls apart. The sound is very bad, 6 and 8 bit stuck with this digital grain away from livi…
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    Beatbox another era including basic sounds (kick, snare, hit hat, cowboy etc ...) 6 and 8 bit.
    Its manufacture is 100% plastic machine fragile and not really built for the road.
    We will retain this clunker that its sequencer typed 'TR' for the rest it is downright terrible.

    UTILIZATION

    Operation is simple and does not require a particular expertise. The grip is (in my mind) fairly simple and the manual is more to navigate easily.
    Not possible to edit sounds and does not change anything in fact, the base is anyway quite unconvincing.

    SOUNDS

    And yes this is where everything falls apart. The sound is very bad, 6 and 8 bit stuck with this digital grain away from living models of the 808 or 909. The bellows falls quickly.
    No effect and all sounds very flat.
    She is saved by a sequencer that gives it a certain groove but it does not last, the illusion of having a BAR interesting does not.
    No sound comes to save the plastic box of the time it should have never escape.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a few years ago and sold quickly because despite its sequencer hyper 'groove' you can not say that the TR 707 well take the road today. His blatant lack of presence in a mix actually a BAR quite negligible and far from what can be found today in software or new / harware opportunity to Jomox, MFB, Elektron & co.
    Its price today is a joke in poor taste. For me it is not worth more than € 80 and still in perfect condition and for specific uses (disco kitsch, cheesy funk, old 80's range for example), it is to say.
    So if you think for one second revolutionize your set by using the TR707 you are likely a great disappointment.
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  • wladwlad

    A beautiful object

    Roland TR-707Published on 08/14/12 at 06:46
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    Digital bar, two sounds kick, 2 snares, 3 toms, clap and RIM shot, ride, crash, c and oh! 7 separate output. Adjusting the level of each instrument and focus.
    Step by step sequencer, shuffle.
    Midi in and out, sync

    UTILIZATION

    I've bought for two reason:
    1) synchronize my 808 rpm or without other kenton midi / sync
    2) failing to use his ride to have a 909

    SOUNDS

    You catch a quick love the sounds!
    The kick is dry as the typical electro snare.
    The hats very similar to the 909, the bell and RIM are cults.
    There really is something to do with some effect in the ass.
    J have been a 909 but I will not spend my 707.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For lovers of the o…
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    Digital bar, two sounds kick, 2 snares, 3 toms, clap and RIM shot, ride, crash, c and oh! 7 separate output. Adjusting the level of each instrument and focus.
    Step by step sequencer, shuffle.
    Midi in and out, sync

    UTILIZATION

    I've bought for two reason:
    1) synchronize my 808 rpm or without other kenton midi / sync
    2) failing to use his ride to have a 909

    SOUNDS

    You catch a quick love the sounds!
    The kick is dry as the typical electro snare.
    The hats very similar to the 909, the bell and RIM are cults.
    There really is something to do with some effect in the ass.
    J have been a 909 but I will not spend my 707.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For lovers of the object because the hardware sound banks on the internet are more than enough to replace the software.
    J loves cool, I has a 808,909,707,727. It is this collection that gives pleasure.
    Kif is the last to take on the knees and compose rhythms without coler figure on a screen! Z
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  • Gumpa MakerGumpa Maker

    Roland TR-707Published on 10/16/11 at 00:02
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    :)

    UTILIZATION

    :)

    SOUNDS

    Just to clarify:

    the sounds of this machine are all that is most digital! 6 bits for the crash and ride, 8-bit for everything else.
    the sequencer and also could not be more digital, such as those of any other TR-X0X and like the TB-303 ("computer controled," it does not mean "analog controled!")

    listen to the sounds of this machine ... aliasing is huge on sound and for some well patinated digital noise!

    Note that I attribute to the sounds do not reflect my tastes! I love its very medium and punchy! but we must admit, being objective, that sounds BAR ass!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think today there is no reason to buy this machine …
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    :)

    UTILIZATION

    :)

    SOUNDS

    Just to clarify:

    the sounds of this machine are all that is most digital! 6 bits for the crash and ride, 8-bit for everything else.
    the sequencer and also could not be more digital, such as those of any other TR-X0X and like the TB-303 ("computer controled," it does not mean "analog controled!")

    listen to the sounds of this machine ... aliasing is huge on sound and for some well patinated digital noise!

    Note that I attribute to the sounds do not reflect my tastes! I love its very medium and punchy! but we must admit, being objective, that sounds BAR ass!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think today there is no reason to buy this machine for perhaps the TR sequencer and mixer system, allows a dynamic game in Live Session. acquire this machine depends only on the favorite (which was my case).
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  • LsanLsan

    Roland TR-707Published on 09/19/03 at 04:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Drum machine with 85:
    - Stereo output. headphone output. input switch start / stop, midi in / out, old sync + dyn + entry trig, an input / output for audio backup.
    - 10 separate outputs for sounds
    - 13 volume buttons for the sound, a flight master +
    - All pads to program patterns and songs, and a large display of the current pattern.

    side sequencer rather limited: 64 patterns, four songs, which can be extended to three times more with optional memory cartridge almost impossible to find. note so severe limitation for this technique.

    UTILIZATION

    Well, there are few opportunities, so we quickly made the rounds on the technical side, and by dint of work above reflexes are …
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    Drum machine with 85:
    - Stereo output. headphone output. input switch start / stop, midi in / out, old sync + dyn + entry trig, an input / output for audio backup.
    - 10 separate outputs for sounds
    - 13 volume buttons for the sound, a flight master +
    - All pads to program patterns and songs, and a large display of the current pattern.

    side sequencer rather limited: 64 patterns, four songs, which can be extended to three times more with optional memory cartridge almost impossible to find. note so severe limitation for this technique.

    UTILIZATION

    Well, there are few opportunities, so we quickly made the rounds on the technical side, and by dint of work above reflexes are acquired quickly to program rhythms. not bad to be starting a small card with various key combinations.
    mode pattern in step or live, is easy to use.
    Mode song, He may be a little less flexible when making a song longer than 84 patterns you can juggle ... is a technical limit leads in all cases required a repeat ...
    accents, flam and shuffle it possible to give a little life.

    next doc, I got the French, which is simple but they had the bad idea to translate all the terms, which is then sometimes confusing, it caused me once or twice on the head of the details. must be said, translating "snare drum" with "snare drum", or pattern by "pattern speed" sounds a bit far fetched ... in short, I had less trouble with the English .. .

    system backup audio is fun: it's blips, you create a little audio digital signal that save the current memory ... it works very well as long as you make a backup of digital media ... against at the time by when it came to use tape, it must be unstable.

    MIDI sync works well when it is a slave to a sequencer, for cons in master's pretty heated (I tested sync with logic on pc) ... of the sudden I program my song, I put it in slave and I start playing with my sequencer. Then MIDI is limited, the ability to send notes are only sequencer song by against no possibility to recover the bike, there are only flying by external sequencer.

    SOUNDS

    Side sounds, it is usually quite discredited, he is accused among other ways ... rather his kicks for my part I find ideal to work on a machine that has its own personality, which was not used to all sauces ...
    to rap or dance, it can be cheap, though good compromise with another bar ... for the electro or pop, for cons, I find it very well.

    because it has one big advantage: its separate outputs, which can send a mixing desk and effects ... a quick kick to the low eq solve his problem, then you can spend sounds effects distorted, it can.
    but already I find the sounds at the base rather pleasant, almost as if we had mixed acoustic and digital sounds ...

    and then you still have to admit one thing: having a bar over analog samples, there is a little something extra that is heartwarming in terms of dynamic and not a potato chouilla of breath ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    So I did a month ago, I'm glad (but serious about the notes).
    it is "too" simple compared to the current bar (and again ...), I simply push the limits and looking for a good dose of creativity to make it sound. at least one is certain of having to use 95% of its capacity (basically I have not taken the value of trig and start / stop pedal).
    So the good sound that can operate with its separate outputs, which involves a simple mastery fast. and then it is not expensive in time, especially when compared to its big sisters ...

    but hey, with the sub, I would have probably fallen for a more powerful style e-mu or elektron ... but this is not the same rate.
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  • jmabatejmabate

    Roland TR-707Published on 06/10/05 at 08:31
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    Dj said lower!
    score of 8 for the number of audio outputs
    the rest is blah, except for Teknos!

    UTILIZATION

    Simple
    you Defines the bass drum on a 16 count is 4 (for white until the sixteenth note) by tapping the pad corresponding to the sound and measure, same for the other parts (records patterns of X-loop and not no)
    with all of the screen to help you!
    spar mixer by mixing the top right (10 soties spares)

    SOUNDS

    from the bass drum and snare for the rest and tekno ... lg!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a drink in one, I set all parts of our drummer (rock / mtal) above for working at home!
    good for the era and teknodes today, but I think it is too CHRE in …
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    Dj said lower!
    score of 8 for the number of audio outputs
    the rest is blah, except for Teknos!

    UTILIZATION

    Simple
    you Defines the bass drum on a 16 count is 4 (for white until the sixteenth note) by tapping the pad corresponding to the sound and measure, same for the other parts (records patterns of X-loop and not no)
    with all of the screen to help you!
    spar mixer by mixing the top right (10 soties spares)

    SOUNDS

    from the bass drum and snare for the rest and tekno ... lg!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a drink in one, I set all parts of our drummer (rock / mtal) above for working at home!
    good for the era and teknodes today, but I think it is too CHRE in OCCAZ for what c'tait!
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  • aphexheadaphexhead

    Roland TR-707Published on 01/05/08 at 07:22
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    The three MIDI connectors (in / out / sync) and ten outputs spares, plus two other gnrales outputs (L + R mono) make this machine, a source of rhythmic composition inpuisable.

    UTILIZATION

    3 years
    At the port of a 3 year old! Let me explain my son is 3 and not do exprsa acclr tempo and a rhythm section composed of madness snare on 16 pads . Then I connect the output of the spar of the TR707 snare drum in my 24-bit multi effect with some delay, reverb and a Legre with the help of two pots musician (bass player and guitar) we went on a piece Track Designed and electro live.

    SOUNDS

    For integration, there is not much to say is gross TOC TOC, no effect except to focus on t…
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    The three MIDI connectors (in / out / sync) and ten outputs spares, plus two other gnrales outputs (L + R mono) make this machine, a source of rhythmic composition inpuisable.

    UTILIZATION

    3 years
    At the port of a 3 year old! Let me explain my son is 3 and not do exprsa acclr tempo and a rhythm section composed of madness snare on 16 pads . Then I connect the output of the spar of the TR707 snare drum in my 24-bit multi effect with some delay, reverb and a Legre with the help of two pots musician (bass player and guitar) we went on a piece Track Designed and electro live.

    SOUNDS

    For integration, there is not much to say is gross TOC TOC, no effect except to focus on the instrument that makes it a little less synthetic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have used for four years and always with the effects of all kinds (from the top exprience is to connect several effect pedals using the guitar out of spares the TR707) is trs trs exprimental! to cost ...!
    I bought 50 Euros 5 years ago and since the price is multiplied by 4 or 5. Ms. knowing that it is used by some artists t found it not worth the price!
    FYI I sold it to a friend 10 months ago to 70 euros (the Nickel State) and I do not underestimate the price! A word ...
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  • phgerphger

    Roland TR-707Published on 10/05/08 at 11:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    RAS

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple, it changes all the other stuff with foo foo submenus

    SOUNDS

    I achteter tr707 the first trigger for my Yamaha CS5 (happiness). After I buy a console Behringer UB-1204 FX Pro with built-in effects to which I connect the separate output of TR707 and I can assure you that I thoroughly m'éclatte! The sound is beautiful. I finally find the Kick and Hihat I had long sought.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If I loose I resume, except perhaps an R8
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