Electribe Sequencers

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Electribe Sequencers are an innovative type of samplers which not only play back a recorded sound, but let process the samples to create an own signature sound. A sample played on it can be effectively modified using the pitch, filter and effect knobs in order to drastically alter the sounds…

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Innovative sounds with absolutely no deterioration in audio quality are some of the eminent qualities of Electribe Sequencers. They are inclusive of a built-in effects processor with eleven types of effects which can be switched on or off for each of the parts. The eleven types are inclusive of basal effects such as Reverb and Chorus, as well as distinct effects like Decimator, Isolator and Resonant Filter. The internal memory of the Electribe S can hold 128 user patterns.
The ES-1 is a simple and easy to use rhythm production sampler which uses DSP synthesis technology to allow anyone from novices to professionals in order to create truly original music (Owner's Manual, 1996). It can easily help in assigning the sampled sounds to parts, use the panel knobs and keys to process the sound spontaneously, thereby, using these sounds to easily create the rhythm patterns. The ES-1 proves to be an ideal implement for any musical, Disco Jockey, Sound Creator who wants more uniqueness and originality in their music creations.
The most striking features of this sequencer allow its samples recorded by the user to be assigned to t ...
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