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Added: 13-Jul-04 | Author: admin
New price: 125.85 UKP - 185.00 Euros | S/H price: Not listed
MFB Kult-502The full analogue MFB-502 is a drum computer with versatile sound and intuitive realtime control. Its easy, TR-808 style, integrated step sequencer offers memory locations for 72 rhythms and 8 songs. The following instruments are included:
Kick Drum with adjustable Attack, Pitch, Decay and Level. 2 programmable pitches. Individual output.
Snare Drum with adjustable Attack, Noise, Pitch and Level. 2 programmable pitches. Individual output.
Hand Clap with adjustable Attack, Tone, Decay and Level. The number of virtual claps can be programmed.
Tom with adjustable Attack, Pitch, Decay and Level. 3 programmable pitches.
Bongo with adjustable Attack, Pitch, Decay and Level. 2 programmable pitches.
Cymbal with adjustable Attack, Tone, Decay and Level and individual output.
Open and Closed Hihat with adjustable Decay and Level and individual output.
The stepsequencer has memory locations for 72 rhythms and fill-ins. The 8 programmable songs allow to chain up multiple rhythms.
The additional stereo output is used alone or in combination with the individual outputs. MIDI In: The MIDI Input allows dynamic triggering of the internal sound sources by any MIDI source - keyboard or sequencer. The sequencer can also be synchronized to MIDI-Clock.
Dimensions: W/H/D 175 x 38/72 x 125 mm. External power supply included.
ˇ 7 analogue instruments
ˇ integrated 16 step sequencer
ˇ 26 controls for Attack, Decay, Pitch and more
ˇ Kick and Snare each programmable with two different pitches
ˇ Tom programmable with three different pitches
ˇ Memory locations for 72 rhythms and 8 songs
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