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Small summary: the EM1 was a very handy black groove box with 2 synth part, 10 drum part, 16 different effects assignable to each unit and a filter bank to modify at will the PCM samples of the machine. For its part, the EA-1 was a multi-timbral synthesizer in two parts with a monaural audio in, and intended for use with the ER-1 (a good enough rhythm synthesizer sound but lacked a bit of momentum and variety). Note also that the direct evolution of these two machines, respectively named EA-ER-MK2 and MK2 were announced there is little on the manufacturer's website.
These details specified, return to the EMX-1, which presents itself as a successful fusion of EM-1 and EA-1, both the color level of the characteristics based on a synthesis two oscillators, pcm sounds, effects, and advanced sequencer.
The progress of version MX
The changes are numerous, the machine wanting fuller, more serious: in short, more professional ... It begins with a design to the outrageously futuristic and whose stunning electric blue hue would not have displeased the director of Blade Runner (note: Ridley, if you look at us ...). The knobs are wider and manageable and can now be used to control MIDI controllers: A wish of user old Electribe finally realized.
Electribe MXEn the screen instead of the austere digital screen now stands a large backlit screen that shows at any time the parameter being modified, mutated tracks and the output used. One of the major innovations is the addition of an auxiliary output to relieve some stereo mix in charge of the machine space. This is a good initiative from Korg although it is regrettable that this auxiliary output can not be switched to be 2 Sends Mono. It is just a second independent stereo output.
Power has changed and it is not the old users who will complain: how are we to have remained stupefied before a Electribe cramée? It was therefore entitled to an external power supply worthy of the name, provided with an on / off switch in addition to the machine. The connection is via a 4-pin DIN socket, suitable to the needs of the scene as the old Korg adapter. The cable is relatively long (about 2 m) and allows to move the machine from the electrical outlet to avoid many common disasters in home studio and on stage.
In an Audio has been added. It is equipped with a meter and a gain switch and a mic / line to adapt the input level to the source. I admit that my Strat Japan and my poor low-end Sennheiser not yet returned from their passage through the filters of the Electribe! You can either listen to the raw signal (Audio Thru) or use this signal as an oscillator in order to pass the filters and the beast processors.
Slider of Electribe MXAudacieuse innovation: the addition of a powerful arpeggiator touch to make breaks and bearings on the fly. Its use with Synths Parts however requires some experience. Indeed, if the interpretation of the ranges is not always relevant, it allows the construction of an original musical discourse and developed through almost instantaneous change and a clear pattern for the transition to the next.
The last major advance lies in the provision of 2 lamps Electroharmonix amplification 12AX7 and ECC83 (the same that is found on Marshall?), Which give a warm hue and fat sound. Their musicality is not necessarily obvious to the ear, my mixer having quickly recovered in the red when the sound went through the two lamps. In fact, they add a lot of grain to sound and allow to measure the intensity and feeling the sound during play of a pattern set.
The sound of Drum Parts 9 is generated by the 207 PCM sounds in ROM. We can change their pitch and envelope Decay but they do not take advantage of the filter synthesis section. The range of sounds is classic TR909 / 808 diverse and varied percussion instruments like claves, congas, tabla or the scratches and other "BNI" (Unidentified noise). The envelope generator works for his part as the old Electribe (it acts as either a decay or as a Release) but nevertheless shows softer than before and reacts without latency.
The sound of the Synth Parts is generated by 16 types of synthesis with various waveforms (sawtooth, pulse, triangle and sine, combined, cross ...): additive synthesis, cross modulation ... There is even an excellent synthesis Okay, what was missing most previous models.
These synthetic possibilities are being supplemented by a bank of 76 PCM sounds from the EM1. Side patch, it goes from Rhodes to slap bass through the sitar or kits of the ER-1 ...
To this is then added 4 filter types: low pass, high pass, band pass more (fat) filter and found the drive of the EM-1, always aggressive, biting, and can transform a pitbull in clavinova . Note in passing that if all synth parts can be filtered, this is not the case for Drum Parts.
Finally, it is possible to use a signal as Audio In oscillator and apply filters are the effects and LFO.
Taking advantage of all these elements, the new Electribe offers a more precise, more dynamic and depth than the previous model. It also sounds much less "cold" and the industrial Em-1. The sounds produced are well defined and has less trouble distribute instruments in space thanks to the auxiliary stereo bus.
Finally, note that it can record up to 256 patterns including 192 factory. The preset styles are mostly oriented modern music: Drum & Bass, 2 Step, Electro ... Alas, outside oriented patterns Ambient / Ragga / Hip Hop and Jazz, the factory presets are disappointing and do not honor the advanced capabilities of the machine.
You said FXs?
Effects of Electribe MXCette groove-box carries three independent effects processors that can be chained to enjoy both delays or reverb with at least one modulation and filter effect. There is everything from the effects Korg class, as usual, in three different categories: Mono, Stereo and Stereo cross.
Stereo: modulation effects for most popular as Chorus / Flanger, Phaser, Ring Modulator, but also filter high / low pass, Decimator (reduction in frequency and sampling resolution)
Stereo Cross: Short Delay and BMP Sync Delay, two stereo surround effects
Mono: more classic ambience effects Reverb type, Modulation Delay, Distortion, Pitch Shifter, Grain Shifter (sort of mini BPM Synced Sampler) ...
Big downside, the general deadline that really was part of the process and composition in previous models has been removed. We will do without but shame.
Big bonus however, the LFO is awesome and allows all out effects like creating cadences original agreement of the Drums PCM, tremolos, the autowhas ... It has 6 possible destinations LFO (Pitch, Edit 1 & 2 oscillators, Cutoff, Amp and Pan) and is based on 6 waveforms (square, saw-tooth, pulse ...). It may or may not synchronized to the tempo and you can adjust the speed and depth of its modulation to roughly 63%. So, it allows all kinds of effects even if he will spend some time on it to get something.
Pattern Mode Set
Word pattern of the Electribe MXLa machine is intended for real-time manipulation: one program quickly its patterns, it organizes them into a pattern set and go. The pattern set is a function found on many machines that typically calls a pattern by pressing Shift and a key.
The reasons for publishing is not on 128/96 with a maximum of 8 lengths of 4 steps or 32 steps against 16 on the old model. It is now possible, thanks to the 5 Synths Parts, achieve comprehensive arrangement with no other machine is needed. Where the EM-1 might seem insufficient to play a full set, it seems to have been designed for the stage.
Indeed, although accustomed to using the previous machine, it took me a while to begin to master the EMX-1 as it is complete. At the beginning we lose a little in the controls but just an hour passed over to realize the enormous opportunities here.
Drum Parts are velocity-sensitive, unlike Synth Parts and it will still go through the Accent for greater control of the latter. bearings can be programmed in addition to the use of accents and use the arpeggiator to create original in-fills. However, as the machine responds to velocity, all we will play more easily with a master key and use the Electribe via a MIDI sequencer as a module should make it formidable.
The sequencer Footsteps is more powerful. He played in 16 or 12 steps. You can specify the time signatures Conventional bit like 8/12 or 11/16. However, these set of information specific to the machine and is not transmitted by the MIDI sync. Why ? Mystery…
It is now possible to save the state of mute, and you can copy part or the sound of a part of a patch to another, transpose a note, some or several at a time, shift a note, repeat and even randomize a share.
Finally, the engineers at Korg have thought that maybe we wanted to erase a pattern of a single movement without having to select and ringing all the parts at once. It is now possible, all part are then reset with the same drum sound for either the same summary for Part Synth.
Song mode Electribe MXLe fashion song has undergone a facelift. We start by chaining a number of patterns on a timeline. Pressing play, set the pattern playback starts. It is then possible to record "events" to humanize a little reproduction. These events actually include any motion controllers, manipulations on the keyboard (leads), changes in the groove ...
It can store up to 64 songs with up to 256 patterns per song ... that which leaves room ... But that would put all patterns on a single song?
Playing the card of originality, the selection knob is finally JogShuttle office. So you can scratch its own patterns!
The Electribe EMX1 is fully compatible MIDI multi-timbral on 6 channels, the Synth Part 1 by Global Channel Office. Big news: most knobs send MIDI messages that can be assigned freely to any controller. They dared to dream but, with this function, Korg achieved FX controller and Sample ideal for Ableton Live, and other Orion Project 5 ... (sequencers which operate also on the same principle as the groove box, especially in the if Orion and Live).
The machine obviously has a MIDI clock sync. In song mode the groove-box sends transport signals to sync with sequencers .. This one may automatically (if a sync is detected the machine adjusts its tempo if it keeps hers), transmitted or received.
MIDI filter is present and lets you toggle the reception / transmission program changes, control changes, SysEx and NRPN. MIDI notes can be specified for each Drum Part and stamps can be called from a sequencer via NRPN (which control the settings of the oscillators and the allocation of PCM sounds). The machine finally sends its own SysEx as the global MIDI channel, the Model Id ... Note that a full MIDI charter including NRPN MSB and SysEx is available on request from Korg.
Smartmedia the Electribe MXLa machine is equipped with a Smart Card reader that can read from 4 to 3.3 volts cards 128MB Knowing that all patterns and settings of the machine takes over 5MB, it is quiet on data backup. I have not tried this feature, do not have Smart-Card at the time of the test. Moreover, it is always possible to perform a conventional MIDI-bulk / dump to back up its data if the machine is full or fails.
I already have done a bulk dump of Electribe MX to another when the first I've had in hands began to lose its knobs (!): It works very well but you have to read the documentation carefully before launching, handling is not clearly explained.
EMX-1L'Electribe MX is a versatile machine and complete that can be used as a separate instrument or as an expander in home studio. The quality of sound, the sequencer 128 steps, the arpeggiator and major developments are a monster cut for DJing.
However, it also will match any composer in search of a sound grain oriented modern music or experimental. With it, the musician will indeed benefit at any time a reserve of varied sounds and quality to make original creations. The Electribe EMX-1 amply deserves its place on stage and in studio. It would be a shame not to go listen to realize the creative potential of the beast.
[+] Quality & variety of PCM synthesis sounds
[+] The increased length of 64 to 128 not: it changes everything.
[+] MIDI controllers
[+] The 3 effects processors
[+] The 24 motions sequences is the foot
[-] The parties routed to the auxiliary output are not affected by effects and preamp! We should have the choice
[-] The limited range of the arpeggiator
[-] The relatively prohibitive price
[-] The elimination of global Delay
[-] Does not send velocity.
[-] Do not always coffee
theaudioandvideoguy's review"get this unit now!"
All the functions are pretty easy to access. Not really too many submenus. You will probably need the manual though unless you are coming from the first version of the Electribe, if you are coming from the earlier version you can probably figure most of the stuff out just on your own. Especially if you hate manuals like most of us do! But if you need the manual it is pretty easy to understand. Pretty standard structure and its not too thick.
The sound of it is great, no complaints in that area. They could have put a little more work into developing the reverb dial though. When you receive the Electribe it will show up with 3 songs on it I think if I am remembering correctly. The effects that you can use for your songs are overall great, you wont be disappointed with them at all. It will really give your music the final touches to make it pop and stand out.
Overall, the Korg ElecTribe EMX1 is well worth the investment in your music. With the ability to use tap tempo so set your tempo eternally you can go wrong. This unit is great for live shows. A good friend of mine has been using this unit for a long time with his live performances. You will have complete control of your music with this unit. I recommend it and a lot of people do as well. Control every parameter of your sound with the Korg Electribe EMX1
yoTrakkz's review"Give it a try.."
It has 4 output jacks, and audio imput/ MIDI in out and through, right around 20 onboard effects. But as we all know. Not all standard effects are good. So only a few of them are worth using. But there are a lot of sounds that you can use and edit with all of the knobs. Its all pretty much self explanatory.
Sounds and effects are ok, not too many effects though. But there are a few good ones that you might use over and over.
This machine is great for someone in Hip Hop or Drum and Bass, it was extremely fun to use when I had it. You can use all the knobs and functions in real time and hear the changes right in front of you. I am glad with my decision to use the Korg Electribe EMX -1 . It really didn’t last long for me though, I needed more effects and more options. But it was definitely a good starting point. It was one of my first pieces of gear and I will never forget how much fun it was to use it. But once you become advanced you will have no more use for the Korg Electribe EMX-1 any more..
FP User's review
Price paid: 800$ (factory price)
This is the key here. Exceptional ease of use on the EMX-1. I really want to put a thank you out to Korg for making a synth that a noob can pick up and start making dance/techno/trance, even DnB. This is a AWESOME learning tool for new guys and will get you the basics on producing really fast. There has never been an easier starting place.
The synthesis engine on the EMX-1 (the same as the microkorg) is a decent but lacking digital analog engine. Compared to most other analog modeling synths out there, you will be dissapointed. However, for a beginner with little knowledge of synth programming or just looking for a first step synth, it delivers. The sound can sound very "digital" at times, very "tinny" and metallic. It takes some really good tweaking to get a phat analog warmth to it, even though korg puts a vacuum tube to add "warmth". Its hard but it IS possible.
Very durable, metal/steel plating, sturdy construction. Only complaint is the cheap plastic knobs.
The love I feel for this synth is the kind of love one feels for a first kiss or first love. This synth was my first kiss with music! Brings back a lot of memories. Like all first loves, your time with this synth (if you have the talent and drive) is limited and you will soon move on to more powerful stuff, but my first song was created on this and I will never forget what the EMX-1 gave me; the gift to make music for the first time in my life!
Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: I_watch_stars ( 3-, 2005)
RedPen's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" Nice some time but ..."
It has MIDI, however, conventional headphone jack ... what.
The sounds are editable yes.
The sequencer has no groove sequencer Roland, but it does its job, there is frankly worse.
Everything is at hand, the use is quite easy, even for a beginner.
The manual is quite well designed, some have more need than others if it is their first Groovebox for example.
The arpeggiator on the other hand is a joke. It's just a sort of "Beat Repeat" and an arpeggiator nothing worthy of the name.
The drum sounds are really satisfactory for some, some kick sound good.
Synth for its part is more debatable: while there are many possible combinations, but the sound is far from being crazy or unique, it is sometimes a little dirty, and their history of lamps "to give her a more hot sound "made me smile a little, well ... I do not talk about effects, otherwise I will become aggressive.
It was one of my first machine, I kept a few months, because I thought we were quickly made the rounds, I sold it, and it lacks nothing in my set-up.
I used it for three months.
It was my first groovebox.
I agree with some reviews that define the EMX-1 as a machine that makes dance punk dog, as well as in babos sarrouel in gout. Nothing derogatory in it, it also happened to me to go chug to get an idea of what it was, and that several times. I have nothing against these people, some will think I put them in a box, maybe yes, but they either do not hesitate to put people in boxes, and that is normal, it is human. Brief. I digress.
In chug, the couple often EMX-1 and ESX-1 + Korg KP3 with sounds heard thousands of times, a very high BPM is rediscovered, very too often.
Character is not my cam at all, and sound level, I feel that this machine is only good for that, to make the Hardtek / Tribe / Psycore / Hardcore / Goa a little dirty, and we have already heard all these filthy "kick" grimey who "BoingBoing" 160 BPM. Even if I make Techno (qu'Underground Resistance is my witness in = D) I do not do this kind of Techno, and I can not seem decidedly to love this machine and its sounds.
It is not worth much used today, the price is interesting. Neuve against, 400 bullets for it, it is too expensive, and it is simply theft, pigeonnage.
I will not repeat that choice with experience.
This is a machine that has done me laugh, but now, it lacks a bit of personality, and its sounds are very stereotypical, very focused on a certain kind of music, and that's a shame. But do not tell me that composed of tubes, is not messing around either. As the place on the "podium" machines, this is a bit exaggerated. To each his own is true, but still ...
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Jayrem XtcK's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellant, coupled to an ESX or ES1, I recommend"
Effects: excelling once well understood
Very good machine to start (see +) in the world live.
Full manual but certainly some baths used are incomprehensible.
The whole ear may in many cases work.
Do not hesitate to spend hours fiddling with knobs above ^ ^
For the live hardtek / tribe, adequate sound BUT in addition, a sampler of ES1/ES1 style mkII or ESX is expected.
For my part, 1 EMX/KM402/ES all cables connected to OYAIDES gold plated .......... miammmmmm
I soon since 5 years, the first two years, I have little use because I preferred my other passion BUT used for two very good years regularly, the creation of a track is relatively simple .... ...
I had an upstream ER1, a Synth FX (Alesis) and CDN 88 ^ ^
+ Part: taking very simple hands when we are willing to make the effort.
Part -: Usefulness of the memory card??
Price / quality ratio excelling (additional sampler all the same advised tt depends what you want to do) and yes I would do the same choice without hesitation (but new)
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Three block effects in total, a bit of everything, including fiddle and "dirty" sound (why would "dirty" sound? This expression is stupid). These blocks may be configured in series or in parallel.
PCM nine parts, five parts "synth" modeled in large part by a voice: little control over the PCM sounds, a little more on the synth parts. Modulations available are very limited. All this is very basic, it is a little objective.
As often with Korg, Midi implementation is exemplary.
Storage card Smart Media is totally obsolete, as far as the disks! But this is not a problem with the EMX, which requires only little memory. The internal memory is comfortable, and you can probably do without memory card.
In general, the machine is easy to access. At least as long as one remains on the surface. The manual is comprehensive, but not very well organized, and it is not always easy to find information.
The sequencer section increases a little modulation possibilities. Several tracks are definable modulation, allowing many variations, such as "analog" sequencer. In addition, these tracks sending MIDI CC to control another machine. on the other hand, direct access to the values recorded on these tracks is particularly poorly designed, manipulations are too numerous and painful.
The arpeggiator is particularly bizarre, impractical, and ultimately limited. No way to play something other than a statement by not! More than a submachine gun arpeggiator. Damage, other features could be interesting.
PCM sounds are ... PCM sounds. There are good and bad, all fairly standard for the electro style question.
The VA engine is probably based on the Radias, ultra-simplified. Isolation, the sounds are rather bland. In a complete set, sounds, no doubt, but without originality. Sequences modulations increase the possibilities, but are so difficult to work with, it's discouraging. Ultimately, only short sounds can be interesting, which further limits the use of this machine.
The effects are simple, often effective, but frankly if we average out the classics.
Audio outputs were particularly noisy on my copy. Apparently, this is common, but not systematic. Some argue that this breath comes lamps, but I'm not convinced.
I kept it about 6 months. I do not really know any other groove-box, but I had several different synths.
I managed to create some interesting loops, but only after long hours of manipulations. I also found that I let too trapped in these loops, I could not easily develop. For me, the Electribe is too focused on the loops.
I regret a little modulation sequencer, I have not been able to completely replace. To my knowledge, only certain machines at Elektron offers the equivalent, and even better.
In my opinion, this machine is reserved for live use, for repetitive music on fast tempos, with sounds compressed. This is obviously not a surprise to anyone, but do not expect to draw something else.
It remains accessible to a child very playful module, intended for immediate pleasure. But too expensive for what it is.
One day maybe I will test an older model, EA or EM, only the sounds of the MS2000.
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MJCJM's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)
1 input and 4 outputs switchable in Mono Line / microphone, headphone jack and a MIDI trio.
Port for smart media front to store presets and patterns.
The new smart media by replacing the SD CARD, useful for ESX but nothing justifies much memory for EMX.
A trio of effects is available that can be combined (1 +2 +3 or 2 +2 or 1 +3)
The sounds of the rhythmic part are quite numerous (more than 200) and the pitch can be changed via the envellope etc ... but no filter, a pity because even one for the whole rhythmic part was a plus, but nothing prevents the filter output!
The sounds are part of the Summary changed at will, as it is the strength of the EMX, but I regret that this synthesis is super easy (via two parameters only), but I was still surprised by its sounds ...
16 types are available with a few times through combos, a subtractive library of 76 classic forms of waves (keyboards, guitar / bass, and even drum kit) and a summons for Mic / line input!
The sequencer is quite handy and has been upgraded from earlier versions and allows longer sequences.
256 patterns on a maximum of 128 steps, 32 steps, which is not bad at all.
No problems by chaining patterns, in short it is quite effective!
The config could not be more clear as everything is within reach knob.
Only the sequencer which lacks nothing, if not a little ergonomics ...
(Sometimes seeks some editions when one is accustomed to Yamaha sequencers)
The manual, I did not read everything seems so indicated on the screen!
Becoming entangled in some brushes between the send part and send level in effect, here is simplified, but we made it!
Sounds suit me perfectly, there is a grain of its particular and this completes a great VA for example, which I think will not sound the same at all.
Some mixtures are worth visiting, and are not found in any other synth.
It was the subtractive, additive, formant, PCM, single or dual wave form, VPM, cross modulation, ring modulation, a simplified version of the synthesis of WaveStation, and other combinations ...
The filters are most effective with the drive, and I much prefer the color of resonance compared to the MC 808 for example, which sounds a bit too cheap!
We have the LP, HP, BP and GMP + standard, they do their job, and we are glad they are there.
LFO meanwhile is very good and responsive (again much more reactive than the MC 808, but good when you know that you can assign 8 different LFOs per preset in ROLAND, we can easily guess that such complexity demand for the resource!
Special mention for the assignment of the LFO to synthesis parameters, again this is very well seen and it allows sounds Electribe out from the crowd!
The "synthesis" to play chords is seen ... but why not have available a polyphonic part 3, 4, 5 see sounds? Which would have avoided playing the same chord throughout the song ... !
The effects are quite good, especially the delays! Filters rajoutent opportunities for synthesis but also allow to benefit the rhythm.
Modulations such as chorus and flanger, the ring mod (and yes even ° °) the talking mod, phaser, distortion decimator and still decorate your sounds, but if you can add an external effect, it may be not luxury!
Because "in effect," the reverb is pretty ... cold, and EQ part bland!
The lamps are for their "dangerous" for your speakers (or worse, your entire audio system ^ ^) Exploitable thoroughly yes, but the volume,-_-)
I use it for low end, but actually quite fast around!
That said, even if the rhythm is quite lacking (for it was not bad then) The synthesis section allows long hours triturages so certain combinations reveal its possibilities!
This is my first and probably last Electribe (unless new ones are born)
I would not have fallen for another Electribe (perhaps the ER1 or the EM1?)
I bought this EMX in very good condition with 2 new for a very good price lamps, a few days after being robbed and lost all my gear, in order to console me a little!
I expected a toy, and I was not disappointed, some parameters are limited, especially in the synthesis, but the result is there and sounds can bluff more than one!
With experience, I probably would do this choice because even if I retooled since ... I keep it proudly!
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106jbs's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" To learn the drum, I hearts!"
2sortie no effect
Not editable on pc ... bp
wav bank 207 non-replaceable 9 + 5 track synth track all powered by two ValveForce tube system, which gives a very nice and even heat that makes it strength.
Intuitive enough to start, the manual allows to use all the functions. The functions are easy to use. Some little miss still between what is said in the manual translated into French and reality, for example, the "shift" key + selecting a pattern plays the motive, open live, if you want to select without the play must have a bit of a quick hand. The MIDI implementation is almost complete, to my recollection, there is a code that I have not found NPRN.
It is an instrument oriented electronic music, it says "Music Production Station".
For the Dub step, Korg offers a new file upload in UK_bass machine easily downloadable from their website. This reveals a lot of sound of this machine that does not deserve to end up in the cupboard.
One downside, the synth is monophonic damage.
Above, on the other hand, I love everything that comes out, it is good when the lights are properly calibrated. ^ ^
I use it for 2/3 years without actually tried other model. I like the price, accessible and with experience, I do it again this choice. In addition a program like live for driving with a good sound card, a system of complete and accurate monitoring, production may take another dimension, but that it is still my opinion.
Cybernetwork's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)
No buzzing, noise or ground sound, the sound is pretty clean.
The connectors are MIDI in, out, thru.
A pattern effect on or not on each hand!
rev, fig, phaser, ring mod, pitch shifter, comp, distortion, deci, resonator, filster delay mode, as well as a delay per unit.
The machine is pretty oriental drum n bass, nu nu scool break, hip hop, garage, and of course "hardtek tribe" which we recognize immediately the grain of those old vinyl kind fky, corp capsule etc ...
A drum machine that are grain!
There a free utility to facilitate ldition pattern.
A squenceur 4 measures (64 steps) to enable focus on each hand, roll mode x2, glisendo, swing.
As well as options for dcaler, copy, change the units ..
Is Gnrale setup simple?
Very easy, electribe or fisher price ?? No it is very intuitive, a 5 year old child would use it.
The manual is complete, everything is until proven otherwise!
All the usual functions are in front of you: o
The sounds they agree your style of music?
That this particular grain rather old scool in terms of electronic music that I appreciates.
But the raw sound does not break bricks.
Once in a pass and related software as it should be I think we can draw very good result.
The bass when crushed have something terrifying, some kind neurofunk,
and after a growth resampling I think there will soon make way HEAVY!
Hand against the effects are "limited range" but they have their cots like old school.
What sonorits you prfrez, you dtestez? ...dropoff Window
Dfire be hard grind, as I said I love the bass, sub are terrible and short synth I would say the drums (PCM or bundled) are seen again and again, like int ca ressera sure
I've had two weeks, but it's been a while I know this bekane ...
I had the es1x, em1x, er, 2 ea i-pad ...
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
I love his sonorits oriented drum and bass, nu skool, garage, and this heat I find really diffrent em1x his successor.
This machine is no longer manufactured since 2002 and stagnated argus 130, 150.
I think in light of "its rarity.
Maybe one of these machines will become collector's my personal favorites ca purchase decision on this because I do not really utility at least for now ......
I've also taken by nostalgia and because I love these electribe that are a breeze tamper ...
Besides I care for my kids