As the first-ever “hybrid” audio interface of its kind, the UltraLite-mk3 Hybrid provides flexible and mobile operation via FireWire or hi-speed USB2 connectivity to a Mac or PC computer, with professional audio quality at samples rates up to 192 kHz and plenty of I/O, including two mic/instrument inputs, six line-level analog inputs, ten channels of analog output, stereo S/PDIF and a stereo headphone output.
Korg Kronos 61-note Keyboard Workstation at a Glance:
- Nine sound engines, infinite possibilities
- Amazing new technologies for smoother, more expressive sounds
- A studio of music-production gear onboard
- Easy-to-use hands-on environment
- Dual DSP System
- 129 Effects
Yamaha MM8 Synthesizer at a Glance:
- Based on Sounds from the Premiere MOTIF
- Easy Search Function
- Tweakhead’s Paradise!
- Piano-like Expressiveness
- Backing Patterns for Jamming
- Powerful Arpeggiator
- Handy Performance Memory
- Write Songs and Create Demos
- Great USB Studio Synth
Korg M3-61 at a Glance:
- Internally Xpanded version available NOW!
- Supercharged with 512 additional Sounds
- Four models available
- Enhanced Definition Synthesis: A new horizon of sound-making potential
- Expanded Combination Mode
- Great sounds
- Second Generation KARMA
- Open Sampling
- Korg Komponent System
The ElectroComp 101 was the successor to the rare ElectroComp 100 from Electronic Music Laboratories (EML), a small synthesizer company based out of Connecticut in the USA. Like the ARP 2600, the 101 was a patchable (1/4” patch cords) semi-modular synth with a pre-wired voice path that could be over-ridden via patching. But unlike the ARP, the 101 had as many as four oscillators (two of which could go sub-sonic, for use as LFOs) with multiple waveforms that you could sweep between using its rotary knobs. The 101 was also Duophonic so you could play up to two notes at once. Another major distinction was that unlike Moog and ARP, who used transistors that would tend to drift out of tune under various operating temperatures, EML used op amps which proved to be far more stable and reliable.
The Prodigy was an entry-level monosynth from Moog, which has since become a very popular and widely used Bass-synth in techno and electronic music. It was designed as an affordable dual-oscillator synth. It was, however, designed without any help from Bob Moog himself.
The Kurzweil PC3 series keyboards introduced some major developments in synthesizer technology, with their anti-aliasing VA oscillators, improved KB3 mode, amazing sound sets, 16 independent riffs and arpeggiators, powerful song and QA modes, sampling, unparalleled MIDI control, and more. If you’re a long-time Kurzweil fan, however, you may have missed those wonderful sample libraries you’ve built up over the years. The PC3K8 changes everything! This revolutionary new keyboard combines all of the hard-hitting PC3 features, plus K 2/25/26 series .K file sample library compatibility, which opens the door to some of the greatest sound sets ever created.
Following in the footsteps of our Birch, Maple, and Beech drum series, Oak shows great promise as a drum shell material. A solid fundamental delivers a powerful sound while its character allows for a unique shell size line up. Beautifully grained, this hardwood creates a drum with stunning looks.
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