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Sequential Circuits Studio 440
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Sequential Circuits Studio 440
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Anonymous
Published on 10/15/02 at 00:33
Machines as actually more! a thoroughbred!
read on!

UTILIZATION

As I said the other dj: THIS MACHINE IS WILD, its sound and its use are Drout habitus for the sp and other mpc, but satisfaction After a few days of use!
ngatif one point, the pads are hyper chelou dtriore and fast.
ah yes, the amazing feature that allows monitoring cost the grain of the machine to diffrent frquences sampling of REAL TIME! ! !

SOUNDS

Trs Obviously effective for drums but also for the samples because it has enough memory, but above all: unique, the studio runit envelope filter and other features more than indict- this: overlay samples and functions SCALE (cost absolutely), and more original SCSI but only on the bones rcents I believe? ? ?

OVERALL OPINION

This machine s'achte eyes closed, 5000 8000 CHF remains a reasonable price according to the State gnrale, little known in France, it is very rare and is the only alternative to srieuse Eternal SP12 drum machines and MPC60!
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