The DDD-1 is a digital programmable drum machine from Korg from the mid-eighties. It offers 18 electronic drum sounds with a sound that is typical of this era. Basic kicks, snares, toms, rimshot, closed hi hats, open hi hats, ride, crash, claps, cowbell, tambourine and cabasa. Additional sounds can be added using ROM cards. The DDD-1 also featured a sampling option allowing very short and limited sampling for that extra edge of unique sounds to add to your drumkit.
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It was a newer but less professional version of the DDD It offers 14 electronic drum sounds at once with a typical mid-eighties electronic drum sound that is not too popular today.
In fact today the DDD-5 may be used more often as a trusty old play along drum machine for practicing musicians. Basic sounds include kicks, snares, toms, rimshot, closed hi hats, open hi hats, ride, crash, claps, cowbell, tambourine and cabasa. And there are only seven assignable Dynamic Sound buttons for triggering drum sounds. Programming the DDD-5 is fairly straight forward. Memory holds patterns which can be linked or chained to form songs, for which there are 24 song memory locations.
The drum sounds have editable parameters such as tuning and decay. For added groove in your patterns there are Roll and Flam effects. Related Forum Topics No related topics found We could not automagically find any related forum topics for this synth, but please browse the forum and look around or consider signing up and posting something yourself! You Might Also Like.
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