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  • WanThangWanThang

    Clap your hands to the beat, C'mon, just clap your hands to the beat!

    Beat Kangz Electronics Beat ThangPublished on 05/30/14 at 04:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    1 line input combo
    Hand out outputs
    1 MIDI IN / MIDI OUT 1
    2 SD Port
    2 USB port
    2 headphone outputs

    Section reverb / delay / Freak / blang effect.
    3000 sounds supplied with the kit and beast divided into instrument. I got free with the ability to pack the DL Dallas Austin.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is quite simple, the machine is taken in hand in three days. At least for the main functions then if you want to tweak there and what we discover every day.

    The principle:
    make a kit with samples / save his kit / recover in pattern mode for play.

    It is not more complicated than mpc!
    Everything is easily accessible, there is no 40000 submenus.
    And at the same tim…
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    1 line input combo
    Hand out outputs
    1 MIDI IN / MIDI OUT 1
    2 SD Port
    2 USB port
    2 headphone outputs

    Section reverb / delay / Freak / blang effect.
    3000 sounds supplied with the kit and beast divided into instrument. I got free with the ability to pack the DL Dallas Austin.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is quite simple, the machine is taken in hand in three days. At least for the main functions then if you want to tweak there and what we discover every day.

    The principle:
    make a kit with samples / save his kit / recover in pattern mode for play.

    It is not more complicated than mpc!
    Everything is easily accessible, there is no 40000 submenus.
    And at the same time it is thinking.

    The click sound and pads is not disturbing.

    SOUNDS

    Velocity was excellent three modes (soft / medium / hard) it responds well.
    The original sounds are good and that tape. And then well we can put its own sample wavs and so ...

    Sounds good is American, I prefer to mpc.
    Although not a Ensoniq.
    I would say that it's close enough Emu.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is killing and all levels!
    I do not see what could demand more?
    May be the wi-fi track with sending mail to his sound engineer?
    Maybe the coffee option?

    Answer: yes / and if you want you can also refine!
    Transportable: yes
    Robust: yes
    Possibilities of sequencing and sampler: yes
    Backup system: excellent
    Sounds: sounds for the post production, then we know that anyway must go to Tom Coyne! And even if you have a Ensoniq or Moved there is no miracle!
    All functions are!

    Sorry I do not see what a beat maker wants more?? Tell me?
    Personal whenever I wanted to make something function was there!
    Sav BKE which I asked two questions answered immediately and completely and friendly manner.
    I did not try to control midi other machines where the mpc there is in my opinion more suitable /

    And I have not yet had bugs!
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  • elektsnowelektsnow

    c is crap

    Beat Kangz Electronics Beat ThangPublished on 10/23/13 at 09:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    3000 sounds reminiscent of an old emu Mp 7 - RNB style amateur slums old school (very old school) electro go your way.
    you'll say yeah but the samples are loaded? OK in the studio but live loading is very long (very)
    No record 909 type possible.
    the sound of the metronome is a horror.
    effects are bidons.ET CAN NOT SAVE THE SET-UP EFFECTS ARE NOT SAVE: MR DALLAS NOT INVENT THE POWDER :::
    Unable to support VST.

    UTILIZATION

    extremely simple as the machine # The screen is clear but unfortunately for charging what? sounds shit or poiroter that his handles?
    Very noisy at games pads, if you do not put your speakers in large volumes, it makes a noise each time! A horror

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    3000 sounds reminiscent of an old emu Mp 7 - RNB style amateur slums old school (very old school) electro go your way.
    you'll say yeah but the samples are loaded? OK in the studio but live loading is very long (very)
    No record 909 type possible.
    the sound of the metronome is a horror.
    effects are bidons.ET CAN NOT SAVE THE SET-UP EFFECTS ARE NOT SAVE: MR DALLAS NOT INVENT THE POWDER :::
    Unable to support VST.

    UTILIZATION

    extremely simple as the machine # The screen is clear but unfortunately for charging what? sounds shit or poiroter that his handles?
    Very noisy at games pads, if you do not put your speakers in large volumes, it makes a noise each time! A horror

    SOUNDS

    C # is bogus, c is simply down range, it sounds like a pure emu mp7 who knows, Emu except that it is 15 years old,

    OVERALL OPINION

    at each reboot you do not start from your last project, but one of their demos bidon.Dallas Austin I do not applaud you dude. Buy 450 Euros I sold after 72 hours of testing. The idea was good, catastrophique.pas surprising result that it is lower in price massively. even 300 Euros I would rather buy an NI Maschine Mikro.
    Even worse than the arturia spark which was already not that great (except as sound)
    Poor guys who pay 1000 euros there six months ....
    VERDICT: It's crap!
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