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The Roland TR-707/727 sounds in the TR-8

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Roland 7X7-TR8 Drum Machine Expansion for TR-8
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Roland 7X7-TR8 Drum Machine Expansion for TR-8

Drum/Percussion Sample from Roland belonging to the AIRA series.

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Roland announces an expansion pack with the sounds of the TR-707 and TR-727 drum machines for the Aira TR-8.

Acid house, techno, industrial, electro, pop and experimental music producers and composers who like the 80s’ vintage beats will soon find in their Aira TR-8 the sounds of the TR-707 and TR-727 drum machines.

Roland adds that all the sound of both Rhythm Composers are reproduced, including the PCM data and the original circuit modeling (analog envelop and VCA) thanks to the Analog Circuit Behavior technology.

The collection also features modified sounds of the TR-909 bass drum and snare with an improved attack and 5 sounds from the TR-808 (Noise Toms, Noise Clap, Finger Snaps). You can also adjust the flam intensity and two accent levels will be available for the TR-909 and TR-707 sounds.

The 7X7-TR8 Drum Machine Expansion pack will be available on December 19th for 75 €. More info at www.roland.com.

 

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