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- Thu Jan 17, 2008 4:51 am
- Forum: HELP!
- Topic: Roland drum machines triggering korg PolySix Arp.
- Replies: 6
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Can the trigger out from a Roland TR-707, 606 or Boss DR-110 act as the clock source for the arpeggiator on the Korg PolySix?
I have a chance to buy a MultiMoog for $550. I looked at the back and I saw S-Trig in and out. How will I be able to sequence the Multi? I'm using Sonar as my sequencer. Thanks
- Mon Jul 09, 2007 8:23 am
- Forum: General Synthesizers
- Topic: Roland JX-3P or MKS-30?
- Replies: 11
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I have a chance to buy either one of theses units each with programmer (PG-200). Is there an advantage to getting one over the other? The sequencer on the JX-3P is not an issue. I use an outboard sequencer. The only thing that is keeping me from going with the MKS-30 is the lack of MIDI out. Will I ...
I took the AX-80 into the parts store and opened it up for the clerk. He saw the pot but was still able to help me. He sold me what he thought might work (10k OHM single-turn/linear carbon) but it doesn't. Could anyone suggest where I could find the specific part that I need? Thansk.
Yeah, the data control knob is what I'm trying to replace. I didn't want to take the old one out until I had a new one so I could be sure I was installing it properly. It looks like I'll have to do that unless someone comes through with more info. The people at the parts place have been very good at...
Does anyone have informationon about what pot I need to replace the data entry knob on my AX-80? I looked inside and on the bottom of the pot it says 10KB 442P. I asked a guy at the electronics part store and he said I need to give him more info. to get the right one. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Actually I would like a disk just to boot up the sampler and not have any sounds (presets) on it at all. The guys who run this pawn shop are real a**holes and want $700.00 for the EMAX. I know it works (I used to play in a band with the original owner), it's just been sitting in tthe pawn shop since...