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    Roland R-5 vs R-8

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    yo.. what up? what are the differences? I basically need it to trigger drums on the asr-10 and sequence.

    which one would be more convenient?

    Also, if you could name some good phono preamps I'd appreciate it.


    Thanks in advance
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    yo

    i use an r5 and ive heard much about the r8. to my understanding the r8 is exactly the same sequencing as the r5, but with an expandable soundset. in other words you can buy drum kits for the r8.

    if you are using the machine for midi triggering and arent interested in the sounds of the drum machine, i'd just go with the r5. thats what i have, and believe me it is a BEAST for drum sequencing. you can even sequence drum-n-bass type sequences. tiiiight sequencing!!!!

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    no doubt

    how do you go about saving sequences? Is it saved to memory or something?

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    dnb on a r5 please do tell

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    yo

    i use an r5 and ive heard much about the r8. to my understanding the r8 is exactly the same sequencing as the r5, but with an expandable soundset. in other words you can buy drum kits for the r8.

    if you are using the machine for midi triggering and arent interested in the sounds of the drum machine, i'd just go with the r5. thats what i have, and believe me it is a BEAST for drum sequencing. you can even sequence drum-n-bass type sequences. tiiiight sequencing!!!!

    please send a how to on the dnb writing.

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