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Rare 1990 stereo drum machine featuring a custom 'sound storm' switch which generates a deep, rumbling, soundscape which glitches and evolves until the unit is switched off. The 25 point patch bay modulates the onboard rhythms and sounds to generate an array of original effects and rhythmic variations. Making a single connection can dramatically alter the output but applying multiple connections produces an increasingly complex range of fractured, reversed, tonal, bit crushed, flanged, distorted, aliasing and delayed effects, arcade sounds and digital noise, alternative rhythmic patterns and additional accents. The five included patch cables can also be stacked for further sonic manipulation.


8 velocity sensitive drum pads.

100 preset rhythms.

10 drum kits.

1/4" stereo output.

2 x onboard speakers.

608 mm x 281 mm x 105 mm.

Takes a 9v power supply or batteries.

MIDI In, Out.

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Listed9 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • DD-11
  • Grey
  • 1990
Made In
  • Japan

Canned Sound

Manchester, United Kingdom
Joined Reverb:2017

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