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HackMe Electronics Rockit
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HackMe Electronics Rockit

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«  A rare »

Published on 09/18/14 at 05:52
2 oscillators to an amplifier driven by an envelope, an analog filter 12 dB controllable by an envelope, LFO 2, a dozen patches in backup, and some other functions, it's pretty minimal but that's the goal.

UTILIZATION

A super easy to program as it is done today, and funny to watch with his comic style silkscreen machine.

SOUNDS

The sound is soft under 2 pole filter. By driving by an arpeggiator, I still got a nice classic and alternating bass.

OVERALL OPINION

He walks for 1 hour. My opinion remains very partial. In the first analysis, I find that demerit, he knows how to bring his grain.
Three defects:
1) It does not have the flexibility of a modular or semi-modular style Red Square.
2) He very clearly a keyboard tracking, or I have not yet found missing ...
3) His reactions to certain MIDI messages like pitch bend are curious and require a reboot.
The Rockit is a rarity, both new and used. Bravo to the designer and all that generation who concocts these original and so affordable machines.
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