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SummaryDigidesign Digi 001
New starting from: €30.00
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Korg Volca Sample
Sequence and modify your samples easily. The Volca Sample allows you to read and modify your samples easily. You can also create rhythmic or melodic patterns with the integrated sequencer directly from the famous Electribe series. Is it useful to boast more about its qualities?
Midi Timepiece AV
The MIDI Timepiece AV is an industry standard MIDI interface. Provides 8 MIDI in, 8 MIDI out, 128 MIDI channels and is "plug-and-play" compatible with all Macintosh and Windows software. Software consoles for both Mac and Windows platforms provide comprehensive routing, merging, and muting with 128 battery backed memory locations. Full Time Code and MIDI Machine Control (MMC), video synch and full ADAT implementation, make this interface a must-have for professional facilities with needs beyond that of a plain MIDI interface.
TC Electronic specializes in the design and manufacture of high quality signal processing equipment for broadcast, live sound reinforcement and audio post-production. Featuring the Dynamic-Delay feature introduced with the popular TC 2290 Studio Delay, the D-Two allows the user to input rhythmic patterns (up to 10 taps) as well as a delay of up to 10 seconds. Designed for both studio and stage use, the D-Two comes with 50 factory presets and 100 user-set storage slots. In addition to the traditional delays, "Strait" mode allows you to control the exact number of repeats, and Rhythm mode allows you to enter the desired repetition rate per tap. A multicoloured 23-character display with 250 STN-LCD icons shows important information such as input levels, preset name, rejection filter, delay and dynamics. Two knobs on the front panel allow you to adjust the input level and output mix. The tap and rejection buttons are used in conjunction with the knob to set the repeat and delay attributes. Other front panel push buttons are used to enable/disable the Spatial function, filter functions, chorus, reverse delay, ping-pong and dynamic delay. Eight other push buttons and thumbwheel, allow quick recall, configuration, save, bypass and navigation.
One year after the success of the original Yamaha SPX-90 (released in late 1985/early 1986), Yamaha launched the Yamaha SPX-90II. The two processors are identical in terms of specifications and effects offered, the only difference is that the Yamaha SPX-90II has twice as much memory for delays. The Yamaha SPX-90II is a blend of advanced acoustic research and digital technology designed to offer musicians and home recording enthusiasts a wide range of exciting effects. The Yamaha SPX-90II digital multi-effects processor uses highly refined Large Scale-Integration (LSI) technology to create natural reverberation. Not only is its assortment of 30 presets complete enough to suit most studio and performance applications, the SPX90II also allows you to create up to 60 additional effects and store them for instant recall. The SPX90II can create effects that go beyond simple reverb, although the quality of the reverb itself is truly superior. A variety of echo, delay and special effects - each with full parameter settings - are accessible at the touch of a button. And because the SPX90II is MIDI compatible, it can be programmed to apply separate reverb effects to a variety of MIDI-compatible instruments. The Yamaha SPX90II digital multi-effects processor is extremely useful in a wide variety of applications: acoustic, electric, PA, MIDI instruments, and home recording systems.
In the early 2000s, the world of computer audio was just beginning to blossom for home users and small studios. Hardware was becoming more accessible and the power and speed of computers were beginning to reach a level where it was possible to make a decent amount of multitrack recordings with fairly large sessions.
The launch of the 001 changed things dramatically, and it was s...
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