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Publié le 06/11/06 à 09:55
- What connections (audio, MIDI ...): midi in-out mini jack plug type phones output jack Stereo wholesale and sub made me personally are not ........
much of her, two banks over a percussion bank and bass electric guitar in all ca
numrique quality with just a little out of breath (volume level of a substance)

UTILIZATION

Simple if you're used to drum machine and sampler (c simple ...)
ldition sounds simple moving from bank to bank by rubber buttons or knobs type mpc .............
manual is clear and fo prcis m counting on it a week .........

SOUNDS

Personal c rock elektro tekno quickly, and just like ethnic percussions Indoo .....
ism with a clarity and a pro ....... c cool a sampler and Traffik ......
no real effect processor just pitch, pan, volume for each percu ca .... is simple .... the expression is good thanks to the pad trs pretty good ... ractif VLOC and TAP / repeat ............................................ .................... but monitor the trs prs

OVERALL OPINION

Frankly I personally view the User in respect midi out ............ ........ peace zoom
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