Wednesday, April 29, 2009



The TR-707—one of the most popular drum machines on today's music scene—offers 15 PCM digitally recorded drum sounds.

These include two different Bass Drums, two different Snare Drums, Rim Shot, Low, Mid, and High Toms, Open and Closed High Hat, Ride and Crash Cymbals, Cowbell, Handclap, and Tambourine. All are extremely realistic and clear with a high S/N ratio and wide dynamic range.

The TR-707 and the TR-727 can be completely synchronized by MIDI connection.

And by connecting the PAD-8 with the TR-707, the digital drum sounds of the TR-707 can be dynamically controlled by hitting the PAD-8.

The TR-707 can also store 64 rhythm patterns, and up to 998 measures of rhythm tracks written with these patterns.

You can compose, store, and play the drum section of an entire composition using only a single TR-707.


•Multi-Outputs: Bass Drum (1/2), Snare Drum (1/2), Low Tom, Mid Tom, High Tom, Rim Shot/Cowbell, Handclap/Tambourine, High Hat (Closed/Open), Crash Cymbal, Ride Cymbal

•Master Outputs: Right (Mono), Left

•MIDI Connectors: In, Out

•Other Jacks: Sync-24 (In/Out), Tape Memory Save/Tape Sync Out, Tap( Memory Load/Tape Sync In, Trigger Out, Start/Stop

•Dimensions: 380(W) x 250(D) x 75(H) mm (14-15/16" x 9-13/16" x 2-15/16")

•Weight: 1.5 kg (3 lb. 5 oz.) •Accessories: AC Adapter. Connection Cord

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