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  • graviligravili

    Voce Micro B 2Published on 04/13/07 at 01:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Size: 1 Half-Rack unit. It gnial!
    Poly-so, not multitimbral
    Midi (choice of channel code wheel)
    -No shipping, no extension connector so easy .. is a module Organ period!

    -A handy tip: rglage of 440!

    Front:
    - Volume
    - Volume Overdrive
    - Key click volume
    - Volume PERC
    - Button Decay Percusion slow / fast
    - Button Harm Percusion 2nd/3rd
    - Hard or soft button Clik
    - Button Rotor slow.fast
    - Effect
    - Preset
    Short while ago

    UTILIZATION

    There's no simpler!
    A function / 1 button

    But I do not very practical for the leslie button.
    The buttons are quite impractical. In gnral I leave I turn and level knobs.

    SOUNDS

    Tone VERY GOOD.

    If you…
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    -Size: 1 Half-Rack unit. It gnial!
    Poly-so, not multitimbral
    Midi (choice of channel code wheel)
    -No shipping, no extension connector so easy .. is a module Organ period!

    -A handy tip: rglage of 440!

    Front:
    - Volume
    - Volume Overdrive
    - Key click volume
    - Volume PERC
    - Button Decay Percusion slow / fast
    - Button Harm Percusion 2nd/3rd
    - Hard or soft button Clik
    - Button Rotor slow.fast
    - Effect
    - Preset
    Short while ago

    UTILIZATION

    There's no simpler!
    A function / 1 button

    But I do not very practical for the leslie button.
    The buttons are quite impractical. In gnral I leave I turn and level knobs.

    SOUNDS

    Tone VERY GOOD.

    If you find one, was worth it. It goes without saying that this is not a B3 or even xk1 but frankly it is the dtour. It sounds better than any classical style synthtiseurs 1080/XP Card Roland and Korg Triton / Trinity. As I could compare I would say that the sound is not far from a trs vk8 roland is to say! But beware, it is an amplification height, this box needs to speak volumes and a subwoofer is not too much.
    Deplus no zipper is a select of pRSET. There are better but it's a shame.
    I think the distortion is really too small and the Key click is ugly.

    But ... they put her first, a chorus3 + leslie + a rverb that we be careful to add the + grave and EHJV ... and it's great!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I t enjoyable surprised by this little module. Nobody speaks, nobody knows but it works well trs, it sounds good! It is easy to use. Reduces size for me is a great asset. Asked to make organ sounds, and there comes trs well, that
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