Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Streetbox drum machine zoom sb 246 review

The Zoom SB246 Streetboxx is a slim, compact and battery operated drum machine and dedicated hip-hop rhythm machine designed by Zoom in collaboration with Nashville producers Beat Kangz, who programmed all 219 preset patterns on the SB246. Intros, fills, endings and other pattern vatiations which can be combined to create tracks that are ready to perform live or to record.

The Streetboxx contains a built-in sequencer with loop recording, and features 529 Hip Hop sounds, from kicks, snares, percussion and toms, synthesizers and acoustic instruments, studio quality effects and a wide array of percussion and rhythm sounds, including 24 fat brass sounds. 80 editable drum kits are included, with each kit laid out in 13 pads x 3 banks, as well as 24 bass sound sources from bass synths to acoustic bass, sitar, strings. Built-in effects include mulit-band compressor, EQ, 4 reverb types, chorus, delay and flanger. MIDI In allows play to be synchronized to an external device, or the SB246 can receive MIDI note messages to act as a drum source module in a computer music system. LINK: Youtube

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