KORG WAVEDRUM-MINI Wavedrum Dynamic Percussion Synthesizer
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- 10 preset audio effects; select any effect and enhance any sound
- On-board looper allows unlimited overdub layering for complex, multi-sound patterns
- Share your sounds using the built-in speaker, or practice using headphones
- Battery operation lets you play with confidence on the street, outdoors or anywhere
- Ac adapter and mounting strap are included
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Korg Wavedrum Mini carries on this sound concept in a compact and portable format - complete with a built-in speaker and battery power for play anywhere convenience. In addition to its dynamic pad surface, the Wavedrum Mini also includes a newly-developed sensor clip which can be attached to a table, cup, or any object, allowing it to be played as a percussion instrument. Using the sensor clip and the pad allows two sounds to be played at once, doubling the Wavedrum Mini's performance potential. Choose from 100 great sounds; add in one of the 10 exciting effects; play along to one of the 100 internal rhythm patterns, or record with unlimited overdubs using the built-in Looper. The possibilities are endless. The Wavedrum Mini will appeal to musicians who value a truly original performance, or to any beginner simply looking to enjoy playing a musical instrument. Portable percussion synthesizer built on Korg's renowned Wavedrum technology. Play two sounds at once for a rich musical experience: Play one sound from the dynamic pad, play a second sound from any surface or object using the sensor clip.
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Top Customer Reviews
I would recommend this to anyone looking for
a realistic variety of drum/percussion sounds.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Only suggestion for improvement is fewer dorkey 80's wham-like sounds and put acoustic instruments and the basic building blocks of a band, bass, wah, snares, percussion up front.
As it is in sounds 1-20 are 90% specialty sounds and you have to find the best sounds in mid 20's, 40's, and 50's, which makes for a lot of unnecessary scrolling.
I would be perfectly happy never to hear another 'synth hit' again.