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  • ensoph23ensoph23

    be forgotten

    Sakata DPM-48Published on 08/31/12 at 04:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Regarding the connection: This is BAR team of 8 outputs spares + 1 + 2 outputs output metronome STREO + 1 + 1 mono headset + 2 pedal ...

    2 twelve o'clock connections in and out ....

    There is a very difficult step sequencer handle 2 digit LCD.Je do not know the number of recordable songs or patterns on a cartridge RAM4 nikhon hammond operated with batteries ..

    Each sound possde volume potentiomtre

    USE

    a somewhat complicated grip for sound simplicity of this machine ..
    It is not possible to say the sound ..



    SONORITS

    no comment .... A touch pad without vlocit.
    The sounds are realistic but sluggish ..
    Sampler sounds are good and that's it ..

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I sa…
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    Regarding the connection: This is BAR team of 8 outputs spares + 1 + 2 outputs output metronome STREO + 1 + 1 mono headset + 2 pedal ...

    2 twelve o'clock connections in and out ....

    There is a very difficult step sequencer handle 2 digit LCD.Je do not know the number of recordable songs or patterns on a cartridge RAM4 nikhon hammond operated with batteries ..

    Each sound possde volume potentiomtre

    USE

    a somewhat complicated grip for sound simplicity of this machine ..
    It is not possible to say the sound ..



    SONORITS

    no comment .... A touch pad without vlocit.
    The sounds are realistic but sluggish ..
    Sampler sounds are good and that's it ..

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I sampl its sounds ds purchase, unable to adapt its functionality in my studio.J'utilise its sounds even now

    What I like most about this machine is the volume control of each sound, spares outlets

    This machine is forgetting to use are
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  • Alan ReplicaAlan Replica

    Excellent BAR - except for storage

    Sakata DPM-48Published on 03/19/12 at 07:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mine is a Hammond DPM-48 - Key Specifications:
    -Quality construction (metal housing)
    -Quality connectors (two stereo outputs, a headphone, 8 singles, 2 sycnchros DCB; I used an example to program the output trigger (gate) of the sequencer of my SCI Pro-One!
    -Failure of connectivity: no MIDI (but the machine is midifiable)
    Quality-of sounds: 22 sounds, drum sounds sampled in 'live' agreement with harmonic sounds of automatic feature combinations. Also 8 separate outputs (in addition to main stereo outputs and headphone output) allow separate processing sections.
    Quality-programming: precise definition of tempo in real time on two wheels (general purpose), real-time programming (loo…
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    Mine is a Hammond DPM-48 - Key Specifications:
    -Quality construction (metal housing)
    -Quality connectors (two stereo outputs, a headphone, 8 singles, 2 sycnchros DCB; I used an example to program the output trigger (gate) of the sequencer of my SCI Pro-One!
    -Failure of connectivity: no MIDI (but the machine is midifiable)
    Quality-of sounds: 22 sounds, drum sounds sampled in 'live' agreement with harmonic sounds of automatic feature combinations. Also 8 separate outputs (in addition to main stereo outputs and headphone output) allow separate processing sections.
    Quality-programming: precise definition of tempo in real time on two wheels (general purpose), real-time programming (loop recording possible by adding successive layers) or step in grid mode, design patterns then songs by combining patterns
    Default-main (but not for the time) that all (sounds and user programming: patterns and song) is stored on a casset RAM / EPROM with a backup battery. This fault current has the following consequences: it takes a stock EPROM cassettes with the machine (at least 3), change the batteries regularly tapes. A cassette can hold only three songs .. but it is possible to insert blank patterns in a song and using the pedal to loop over these patterns to white, allowing in a song to string together several pieces. for example I could put nine titles in a cassette. It is also possible midifier machine (Jean-Loup Dierstein - Paris)

    -Details & samples: http://www.hammond-organ.com/Museum/accesories.htm

    UTILIZATION

    Textbook perfect, natural programming (real time by successive layers + stepper mode grid section of instruments)
    The rating is due to the dependence of EPROM cassettes for storage

    SOUNDS

    The sounds come from a live and sampled drums agree harmonically automatically based on combinations
    sounds Toms, Kick, Snares, Claps and Cymbal are excellent
    A little reverb output is recommended
    the sounds are stored on the tape and then eprom EPROM permettatient various sounds to change, that being said, I used the ones provided with the BAR without changing.
    It's like having a battery, great sound but no ability to have multiple drum kits .. A group does not change its 'Sound' battery to each piece ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    At the time the sound of that BAR was a revelation to me. While all sounded BAR 'synthetic' LinnDrum9000 except the (expensive), it rang true, like a rock drum recorded Live. The ajot a little extra reverb sound great extent.
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