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Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309

Groove Machine from Quasimidi

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Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309Published on 10/26/11 at 07:08
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The 309 is and will remain a cult machine for any teknoïde who likes to take the ears.
Characteristics already detailed.
Strong point: Hyper robust, indestructible, good German stuff!
Output separate audio in: nickel.
Manuel enough, some passages are crazy to read (without irony).

UTILIZATION

The handling is top, clear and well organized machine, essential functions on the front, a joy to handle.
All in real time, except "save" when I record in general the pattern and then the song, otherwise there may be losses.
Unique: the knobs "intelligent" which automatically compensate the differences in value ...
Level sequencer it is served, with rhythmic emphasis TR
TB type...…
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The 309 is and will remain a cult machine for any teknoïde who likes to take the ears.
Characteristics already detailed.
Strong point: Hyper robust, indestructible, good German stuff!
Output separate audio in: nickel.
Manuel enough, some passages are crazy to read (without irony).

UTILIZATION

The handling is top, clear and well organized machine, essential functions on the front, a joy to handle.
All in real time, except "save" when I record in general the pattern and then the song, otherwise there may be losses.
Unique: the knobs "intelligent" which automatically compensate the differences in value ...
Level sequencer it is served, with rhythmic emphasis TR
TB type with melodic accent and glides.
Effective control by noon, no problems no longer a slave.
Finally, the shortcuts are very useful, as each party becomes an editable synth (filter, envelope ...).
Given his advanced age (1996), I put 10/10.

SOUNDS

The sauce sounds ... German!
Rhythmic side, I love.
Kick the top, big sound, perfect for teak, attention here to show some restraint and subtlety sometimes at the risk of cover other sounds.
Hihat (open and closed) clear and powerful, impeccable.
Percussion set a bit limited in my view, however convenient. I prefer the sequence externally.
Snare not top in my opinion, special sounds, I prefer the snares of Percussion Set.
Melodic, it sounds very 80's digital, it's not my thing. Some interesting sounds anyway, with a little work it can sound. Glides effective, filters quickly become "screaming" and "hissing" pushing the resonance. (The 309 is not a Polymorph either ...)
FX anecdotal, but it can be used.
I will put some sounds 10/10, 1 / 10 to others, but overall it sounds.

OVERALL OPINION

After 7 years of loyal service, I keep it for the pleasure of hearing a merry BOOM BOOM Tchiki Tchiki ... with experience, it's a real toy to handle, really I love it;)
Finally a machine that still has a big potato, in a perfect set, to associate with big synth drum machine or other, at least just for the kick and Hihat. Teknoïde not refrain!
Machine (almost) for beginners, perfect transition to more complex machines. Coast OCCAZ interesting, especially for a 309 with separate outputs and in good condition.
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Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309Published on 04/06/03 at 06:51
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It's a groovebox (brushed aluminum and not white, as suggested by the picture) consists of 5 modlisation indpandants synths. One for the bass drum (monaural), one for the snare (monaural), one for the hi hat (duotimbral), one for percussion (poly 12 parts) and one for the bassline / lead (monaural).
Equip only to a pair of mono outputs (2 outputs expansion board + 2 optional input). For MIDI, the classic trio (not that of Pizza Hut, right).
All synths are indpendants ditables and are, with some of paramtres directly controllable in real time via the pots. Small regret, only the sections have a bassline and perceived control of the filter via a knob ddi for the other sections, you...…
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It's a groovebox (brushed aluminum and not white, as suggested by the picture) consists of 5 modlisation indpandants synths. One for the bass drum (monaural), one for the snare (monaural), one for the hi hat (duotimbral), one for percussion (poly 12 parts) and one for the bassline / lead (monaural).
Equip only to a pair of mono outputs (2 outputs expansion board + 2 optional input). For MIDI, the classic trio (not that of Pizza Hut, right).
All synths are indpendants ditables and are, with some of paramtres directly controllable in real time via the pots. Small regret, only the sections have a bassline and perceived control of the filter via a knob ddi for the other sections, you must press a button before turning the knob (my God this is serious, and pnalisant counterproductive, .... lol!).
Cot effect, a + y 'has two EQ (1 - reverb / delay, 2-Chorus/Flanger).
The squenceur is really good. This is one of the famous rplique squenceurs the Roland TR X0X/TB303/MC202 (well I never touch a TB303 or MC202 but like Rebirth anyway!). In short it's really intuitive and greatly contributes crativit. In any case I was a drum grid prfre Cubase!

UTILIZATION

Fairly easy to use. Editing is done by the pots and menus and a notched wheel. Good point, no need to exit the edit paramtre to edit a different sound: simply activate the section concerned and it is immediately to the right place in the menu (eg to switch PAN PAN bassdrum in the snare, one button is enough). I advise nanmoins a software publisher (ed309, a freeware), which avoids the dfile Wallpapers (2 lines).
As for the manual, I have a translation of a German version made by a fan so it's not perfect, but overall it is fairly bine didactic and sometimes tinged with a touch of humor!

SOUNDS

Well, that's not to make the salsa that thing! For the lover of his electro and techno there's nothing wrong, even if it is not innovative trs. That sense imitate the 303 (Hum. ..) 909, 808 and 606. For the 606 I had (so I can compare) it's pretty Fidler. For a 909/808 is well worth all the possible sample banks. As against the accumulation of 303 will be ironed. But hey, we can do without the techno TB!
There is a filter and two filters rsons 24bd/oct 12bd/oct high pass and low pass 12dB/oct supplied with one of two cards extansion following a bassline / lead, and percussions. They are respectively duotimbrale monophonic and bringing the total poly 19

OVERALL OPINION

I really like the look (and more can the rack with the Qure ad-hoc). Sounds .. say that there's no surprise, are expected electro percussion, it is served. The synth part is anecdotal, but even when his Intrets. His squenceur is terrible. For cons I have an AIM output section (even with only a extansion 4).
The default sounds minimal and nothing n'enlvent Intrets the machine. More l: http://www.quasimidi309.de.vu/
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Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309Published on 11/03/03 at 15:40
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Excellent sound and efficient machine. Aluminum plate, knob quality (accurate and solid), rack of 6 units (5 + 1 for the machine for the connection).

In front it has 5 synth / expander different assignable to 4 different audio outputs (TRS 6.5). Obviously s'aurait been better to have an output for each synth but ... has found a synth modeling for bass drums, one for the snares, the HiHats and another for percussion and a fifth for basslines and leads.

The machine also includes a template sequence very well done and an assignable effects section on separate outputs (3 & 4).

side there is a twelve o'clock In one out and a thru, and a stereo RCA between a sound source to send the...…
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Excellent sound and efficient machine. Aluminum plate, knob quality (accurate and solid), rack of 6 units (5 + 1 for the machine for the connection).

In front it has 5 synth / expander different assignable to 4 different audio outputs (TRS 6.5). Obviously s'aurait been better to have an output for each synth but ... has found a synth modeling for bass drums, one for the snares, the HiHats and another for percussion and a fifth for basslines and leads.

The machine also includes a template sequence very well done and an assignable effects section on separate outputs (3 & 4).

side there is a twelve o'clock In one out and a thru, and a stereo RCA between a sound source to send the internal effects.

UTILIZATION

Each synth has its own controls, which is via lse many knobs. This allows control over each bank of its parts and all the parameter type attack, decay, tone, tune and level. Section bassline / lead bcp with more control for better use and an optimal (attack, decay, sustain, accent, glide, resonance, envelope, and cutoff level) and a button activating the VCA-gate.

plus it possible to transfer each track independently, or edit directly without stopping the sequencer drumgrid (which can change the sequence at random).

the 309 has a screen that looks small but first saw the OS being very well done you get used to very quickly and it does nothing to use gene.

It is also possible to navigate through the menu parameter controlling the "instrument" and "sound" using either the notched wheel on the right of the screen is on the knob assigned to each of the five keyboards.

SOUNDS

The 309 is a machine Raveolution clearly oriented tekno ... and it has done its job. The range of the plant really does not innovate (especially bass pouet pouet enough) but the multitude of control offers its interface allows you to create a very adaptable to a tekno music.
moreover it is easy to create a multitude of different sounds without ever repeated snares of the long dry and precise strikes that endless possibility's are almost infinite.
I do not too parrlerai effects because I do not use them because the effect must come to the outputs 3 & 4 which does not suit me ... So good ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have this machine for 4 years now, buy 3500frs in Okaz in Germany and it has always met through use live it give a new life has a big rhythm tekno. even if it sounds a little tweak before going out something that does not sound like a TR. I think the only thing that needs improvement is to put a 5th audio output.
if I were to buy a machine I bought the same type (except if I had the dosh for a waldorf Q rack good but it cost 2 times more expensive!)
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L anglaisL anglais

Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309Published on 05/29/07 at 13:46
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Ok even without the separate outputs

UTILIZATION

Within hours of fun

SOUNDS

Great for electro, lower average

OVERALL OPINION

For three months, I like everything, a little flat for the bass part, but by grinding can do something.
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  • Manufacturer: Quasimidi
  • Model: Rave-O-Lution 309
  • Category: Groove Machines
  • Added in our database on: 10/20/2004

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