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Yamaha DD-10

Drum Machine from Yamaha .

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Yamaha DD-10Published on 08/24/06 at 05:14
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Ente 1 pm (in) and no output (out ... never seen a Br.
At the sound point of view, it's 8-bit, I think ... so it sounds toy bontempi 5 balls, unusable.
No effect, no tune for instruments or nothing at my god not.
The characteristics of squenceur: there is none so to speak, 97 pr-programms rhythms and only two programmable (two small sets of nothing).

USE

No configuration, just choices rhythms edition no sounds, no need the manual, this stuff is easier to use a brush electric tooth.

SONORITS

The sounds are lame lame irraliste home, however they are original, as nobody I think never use bones.
As for me, I dteste them and I will pass this br a kid.

NOTICE GLOBAL

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Ente 1 pm (in) and no output (out ... never seen a Br.
At the sound point of view, it's 8-bit, I think ... so it sounds toy bontempi 5 balls, unusable.
No effect, no tune for instruments or nothing at my god not.
The characteristics of squenceur: there is none so to speak, 97 pr-programms rhythms and only two programmable (two small sets of nothing).

USE

No configuration, just choices rhythms edition no sounds, no need the manual, this stuff is easier to use a brush electric tooth.

SONORITS

The sounds are lame lame irraliste home, however they are original, as nobody I think never use bones.
As for me, I dteste them and I will pass this br a kid.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I've had about 1 year (discription) and I do not use it.
The peculiarity of this br is that we can hit it to play (but that's what she deserves any fawn).
Price-quality ratio, bhen I am still amazed that it coast 45 euros, for me, even gratos ... I do not want it.
I never do this choice, this thing is a pure crust, a childhood toy that takes up more ... we can not even not use pre-programms rhythms on another BR as it is no Headlines Midi output !!
To avoid absolutely in my opinion ...
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Yamaha DD-10Published on 08/24/06 at 05:15
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
1 entée noon (in) and no output (out. .. unheard of a Br
In terms of sound, it's 8 bit, I think ... So, it sounds to 5 Bontempi toy balls, unusable.
No effect, or to tune the instruments, or anything not nothing my God.
The characteristics of the sequencer: y'en not so to speak, 97 pre-programmed rhythms and only two programs (two small sets of nothing).

UTILIZATION

No configuration, just not the choice of editing rhythms of sounds, not need the manual, this thing is easier to use an electric toothbrush.

SOUNDS

Sounds are home naze naze unrealistic, however, they are original, as no one in my opinion, never dared to use them.
In my case, I hate them and I will pass this......
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1 entée noon (in) and no output (out. .. unheard of a Br
In terms of sound, it's 8 bit, I think ... So, it sounds to 5 Bontempi toy balls, unusable.
No effect, or to tune the instruments, or anything not nothing my God.
The characteristics of the sequencer: y'en not so to speak, 97 pre-programmed rhythms and only two programs (two small sets of nothing).

UTILIZATION

No configuration, just not the choice of editing rhythms of sounds, not need the manual, this thing is easier to use an electric toothbrush.

SOUNDS

Sounds are home naze naze unrealistic, however, they are original, as no one in my opinion, never dared to use them.
In my case, I hate them and I will pass this br a kid.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a year or so (bad deck) and I do not use it.
the particularity of this br is that you can hit it to play (but that's what she deserves anyway).
Value for money, I'm surprised it Bhen'm still side by 45 euros, for me, even gratos ... I do not want it.
I never would do this choice, this thing is a pure crust, a toy boy who takes up space and more ... we can not even use the pre-programmed rhythms on another as it BR ny no MIDI output!
Do not ever in my opinion ...
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: DD-10
  • Category: Drum Machines
  • Added in our database on: 04/29/2004

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