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Feeltune Rhizome Groove Machine

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Groove Machine from Feeltune belonging to the Rhizome series.

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At this year's Musikmesse, we told you about the prototype of Feeltune's Rhizome groove machine - the manufacturer announced that the machine is now ready and will be available soon.

Rhizome combines a sampler, a mixer, a sequencer and a synthesizer, propelled by instrument plugins and VST effects by offering an open architecture.

 

You can play with instruments and virtual effects, mix audio and MIDI, along with sequencer functions with a host of controls and real-time features, designed for live performances.

 

The device will be available Q3 2010 - in the meantime, you can check out the video below:

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