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Cyclone Analogic Beat Bot TT-78

Rhythm Machine

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Cyclone Analogic Beat Bot TT-78
Cyclone Analogic Beat Bot TT-78
400.00 street price

The Cyclone Analogic Beat Bot TT-78 is a drum machine designed for use in live performance and studio production. It features a wide range of sounds, including classic drum machine sounds, as well as a variety of modern electronic sounds. It also has a built-in sequencer and effects, allowing you to create complex patterns and rhythms. The Beat Bot is designed to be easy to use and is a great tool for creating unique and interesting beats.

Country of origin / production: Thailand

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Usage area
Rhytm/ Drum Machine 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
Without Keys, Desktop 
Analogue (A) 
Programs/ Voices/ Timbres
User-defined Single Voice64
Drum Kits User-defined32
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Snare Drum
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities High Conga
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Low Conga
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Cymbal
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Maracas 1 , 1
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Tambourine
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Bass Drum
Percussion/ Drum Capabilities Claves
Max Step Count64
Pattern Sequencer 
General MIDI (GM) 
MIDI in/ out
Audio out
Dedicated output per voice 
All voices mixed in one output 
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm)1
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm) headphones preamplified1
Voltage 9V
Power Supply External
Amperage0.300 A
Height35 mm
Width310 mm
Depth130 mm
Weight783 kg
Case/ body

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