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Publié le 11/04/09 à 01:09
1 in / 4 out out noon + cv / gate. no entry cv / gate, a peak for this type of sequencer.

UTILIZATION

even a bike with all the functions go through 2 or 3 pots max, ie, absolutely not practice live, I feel back to the worst keyboards of 80 '. buttons too small, fragile construction, manual nonexistent. Vive le csq 100 or 600 from Roland.

SOUNDS

no sounds, it's a seq.

OVERALL OPINION

purchased from online music store and returned after a test day. unable to record a sequence on the fly directly through a keyboard. to go through the 16 pots ribbed to make Zique is not what is best. functions displayed on the display completely incomprehensible. obligation also to program in advance the length of the sequence of steps. can be nice for the techno basic but to unleash it on stuff a little crazy, I tell you, nothing beats again, the good old analog home roland Seq. Briefly: it is cheap but it does not do much either.
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