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Sequential Circuits Studio 440
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Sequential Circuits Studio 440
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Skawiwen Skawiwen
Publié le 08/21/08 à 08:50
C'set a 12bit sampler type of SCI 2002 polyphonic 8, no effect internal 512k memory, disk loading 1.4 mo, I never managed to get the SCSI Iomega Zip 100MB one.

UTILIZATION

The configuration is easy to access with a small lcd in all, navigation is intuitive and simple as all Sequential Circuits, no visualization of the waveform, manual in English very professional, no effect

SOUNDS

The sound is like the others said, mind-blowing of 12 bit banging, let's see what sounds you put, it can also serve as a sample player like a sampler banks in 2002 are compatible.
That those pads are plugged in the afternoon to see

OVERALL OPINION

I have 10 years and no longer useful for the computer, but when you want to have fun and create pattern is great, loop recording part sequencer is complete for the time, the pad s' crush a little when martel too, but back in 5 minutes, the velocity is stepped and said, I appreciate the opportunity to transfer the track sequencer that can be either rhythm track or going to the midi synth, noon is complete with inoutthru,
I took a lot of fun and I keep my 2002 + was also found when my Prophet 3000, be buried with.

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