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Roland CR-5000
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Drum Machine from Roland .

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  • Brother_mBrother_m

    Roland CR-5000Published on 01/23/03 at 20:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bar has presets - not MIDI - mono output - the little sister of the cr8000 (under separate volume controls for sound) - trigg declenchr + + fill in

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is childish, classic mode preset time, with possibility to program fill in all measures where the triggering 2/4/8/12/16 manually. the buttons react flawlessly (even better than the korg same time) - a pity, no visualization of the tempo numeraire (as in cr8000) but just a button notched accurate enough

    SOUNDS

    The dynamics and the absence of noise CR5000 are really incredible (well above the korg, or even a drumulator!), And even with 20 years of pom pom in the legs, the breath is virtually inaudible! Cote…
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    Bar has presets - not MIDI - mono output - the little sister of the cr8000 (under separate volume controls for sound) - trigg declenchr + + fill in

    UTILIZATION

    Usage is childish, classic mode preset time, with possibility to program fill in all measures where the triggering 2/4/8/12/16 manually. the buttons react flawlessly (even better than the korg same time) - a pity, no visualization of the tempo numeraire (as in cr8000) but just a button notched accurate enough

    SOUNDS

    The dynamics and the absence of noise CR5000 are really incredible (well above the korg, or even a drumulator!), And even with 20 years of pom pom in the legs, the breath is virtually inaudible! Cote sounds, only downside: lack the "clap" available on cr8000 - the kick is a nice sine wave with pep in attack

    OVERALL OPINION

    Away from the hype of a TR or DMX, this box though not programmable, really a beautiful color, character and the more it ages very well. A sampler with love, and use it without moderation.
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