KORG ACTION:: Electribe MX vs. Kaoss Pad

May 29, 2008 · Posted in Electronic Music 

Ever thought about who would win, well I am not sure this video give you the answer, more like a tie to me, hehe

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83NwBdcvIRo]

Up to 256 patterns can be created and stored to the internal memory. You can combine patterns, add mute data and knob movements to create up to 64 songs. To get you started, a wide assortment of patterns covering house, hip-hop, R&B, electronica, drum’n’bass, techno, trance and more come preloaded – 196 in the ELECTRIBE·MX. Using the last step function, you can easily adjust to any odd meter. Favorite patterns can be assigned to Pattern Sets for instant access. Data can be quickly saved and loaded via SmartMediaTM.

Audio inputs allow you to process external signals through the on-board filter and effects, and an extra pair of assignable outputs has been added as well. The front panel knobs and switches control all the most important sound parameters, allowing you to modify the sound in realtime as you perform, and giving you a hands-on feel like that of an analog synthesizer.

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