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WTPA2 (short for Where’s The Party At v2) is a LoFi 8 bit sampler

WTPA2 is a precise and weird 8-bit audio sampler kit – hackable & open sourced – which does some stuff that no other samplers out there do.

Beside basic sampler functions like: recording, overdub, start/end/duration editing, backward/timestretch playback it has some more advanced functions like bitrate depth, realtime feedback looping, granularity settings, output sum mode (which lets you combine both of the sample banks in any way you want).

Samples can be saved and loaded from a micro-SD card or, if live sampling is used, into it’s 512k memory.

It has separate analog clocks for the two SRAM sample banks, allowing live samples to be pitched independently. Also, up to three independent voices can be played at a time and each can be controlled by seperate MIDI channels.

The sampler also has a CV-in that can make it play along with your modular or the like.

The video link is this unit in use.

This was built by me from a kit, it works great. Will include all documentation sent with kit - (emailed to you after purchase)

Because it is used electronics the only warranty is that it will not arrive DOA

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Listed6 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
  • Narat1ve.com
Model
  • WTPA2
Finish
  • Acrylic case
Categories
Year
  • 2015
Made In
  • United States

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