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AcidLab Detroit

Analog Drum Machine

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AcidLab Detroit
AcidLab Detroit
800.00 street price

The analog drum machine based on the technical concept of Roland TR-909, but featuring additional functions.

Country of origin / production: Germany

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Usage area
Bass Synthesizer 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
Without Keys, Desktop 
Analogue (A) 
Programs/ Voices/ Timbres
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Snare Drum
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Clap/ Hand Clap
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Hi-Hat Open
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Low Tom
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Mid Tom
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Hi Tom
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Bass Drum
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Rim Shot
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Crash/ Ride
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Ride/ Crash
General MIDI (GM) 
MIDI in/ out
Audio out
Dedicated output per voice 
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm)12
Voltage 15V
Power Supply External
Case/ body
Production start2016

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