KEYBOARD analog drum machine with five built-in percussion voices, including kick, snare, and clap sounds with chromatically tunable Disco Toms. It features a very simple 3-digit, 7-segment LED, 6 velocity-sensitive pads + Step Switches 16 on-off buttons with 3-color step indicator LEDs
-1 1/4” (6.35mm) TRS main output (TS-compatible)1
-1 1/4” (6.35mm) TRS headphones output 1
-1 1/8” (3.5mm) TS gate trigger input (0–12 V max, 5 V recommended)
-1 1/8” (3.5mm) TS gate trigger output (5 V pulse)
-1 5-pin MIDI input 1 5-pin MIDI output/through
- 1 USB port
- PSU 12 VDC, 2 A, center-positive
SEQUENCER 16 patterns, each with 2 sequences + 2 fills/sequences ; variable swing mode
Unit can be externally synced with following time-divider: 1/4; 1/4 triplet-based; 1/8; 1/8 triplet-based; 1/16; 1/16 triplet-based; 1/32
-Tune: tune the pitch of the kick drum.
-Pitch Envelope: how long it takes for the kick drum oscillator to return to its original pitch. (At the beginning of the kick drum sound, the pitch envelope bends the pitch upward and then back down to the original pitch.
-Decay: set the decay time of the kick drum’s amplitude envelope.
-Tune: tune the “body” of the snare drum. This affects mostly the tone of the drum sound but not the noise (the “snare” sound).
-Filter: set the cutoff frequency of the snare drum’s high-pass filter.
-Decay: set the decay time of the snare drum’s amplitude envelope.
-Tune: tune the pitch of the clap.
-Spread: spread out the amount of time between the components of the clap sound. At its minimum position, the resulting sound will be a single, loud clap. At its maximum position, this produces a “crunchier” quick delay effect.
-Decay: Turn this to set the decay time of the clap’s amplitude envelope.
-Tune: Turn this to tune the pitch of the hi-hat.o
-Decay: Turn this to set the decay time of the hi-hat’s amplitude envelope.
*Only one sound—open or closed—can sound at a time.
-Pew/Woop (what a name!): Set this switch to invert the disco toms’ pitch envelope: “pew” (descending) or “woop” (ascending).
-Tune: Turn this to tune the “body” of the disco toms. This affects mostly the tone of the drum sound but not the variable pitch affected by the pitch envelope.
-Attack: set the volume of the disco toms’ initial attack.
-Decay: set the decay time of the disco toms’ amplitude envelope.
-Pitch Env Amt: set the slope of the change in the disco toms’ pitch—falling (“pew”) or rising (“woop”).
-Env Decay: set how long it takes for the disco toms’ pitch envelope to fall (“pew”) or rise (“woop”) to its original pitch. (At the beginning of the disco tom sound, the pitch envelope bends the pitch upward or downward and then back to the original pitch.
|Engine Detailed||1 VCO Waveforms: Saw Down, Saw Up, Square.|
|Filter (VCF)||1 12dB Slope (2-pole), Low Pass, Resonance|
|Envelope (VCA)||1 Decay|
|Memory||16 ROM, 16 RAM|
|CV-gate||Gate trigger I-O|