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11 September 2018

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Roland SH-09

It’s not great, but it ain’t bad! A very stripped down monosynth from Roland’s classic SH-series. Its single oscillator only […]

11 September 2018

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Sound Master

A contemporary of the BOSS DR-55 Dr. Rhythm from Roland, the SoundMaster Memory Rhythm SR-88 is a programmable drum machine with four […]

11 September 2018

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Cheetah MD16

The MD-16 drum machine was manufactured by UK based company Cheetah. The unit offers a built in sequencer with MIDI […]

11 September 2018

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Casio VL -Tone

This seemingly worthless synth/calculator hybrid weighing in at under a pound has somehow found fame and fortune despite looking like […]

11 September 2018

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Casio SK1

Well, people call it the poor man’s sampler. It is the cheapest sampler in the world. Followed by the SK-5, […]

11 September 2018

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Casio RZ1

Casio’s RZ-1 came out in 1986 and in its time, it was pretty good. It has 12 PCM sampled drum […]

29 July 2018

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Boss DR-660

Coming from a period before computers began to dominate the sphere of home recording, the Boss DR-660 serves as a great illustration […]

29 July 2018

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Boss DR-550

The Boss DR-550 was one of many steps along the road of progress in the largely amateur/budget-focused Dr. Rhythm range, which, […]

29 July 2018

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Boss DR-220e

In the mid ’80s, Boss released two diminuitive budget drum machines : the DR220a and the DR220e.Both offered eleven sounds […]

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Boss DR-220a

Each DR-220 has 11 pulse-code modulation (PCM) synthesizer “voices” available, plus an Accent; each voice is directly available for realtime play using […]

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