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Re: FS: Hardware sequencer - RM1x
Here's a question:
What sequencer "groovebox" type of device would you recommend for doing
percussion with a non electronica euro/american bent? I'm talking
Indian, Arabic, and African types of instruments. I'm OK with my
Roland MC-307, but it's short on those types of sounds.
On Wednesday, June 4, 2003, at 12:13 PM, sserendipity wrote:
> If you're thinking of taking your studio midi compositions out and on
> to the
> stage, this is the easiest and best unit to do it with.
> RM1x -----------------------
> $350 plus shipping.
> - 16 tracks
> - 16 patterns in each set, button switchable
> - remembers mutes between patterns
> - real time on the fly transposing, time shifting
> - 2 master mute/play buttons (1-8/9-16)
> - reads midi files via floppy disk (much better than xl-7)
> - 16th note pattern switching (perfect for stutter/breakbeat style
> - great external midi implementation, 8 CC knobs.
> - internal soundset with bass boost (great for sub bass tones)
> http://www.groovetronica.com - "Well, it hasn't made it into our
> I'm afraid. It's summer so there are no djs here to listen to and play
> music, so we're just playing automated music right now."