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OPL3 (YMF262) FM chip featured in vintage sound blaster cards of the MS-DOS era
Quad audio outputs with custom instrument routing
High fidelity audio amplification with low noise floor
mix (mono) and phones (dual mono) out each with volume control
6 drum tracks (bass drum, snare drum, tom, closed & open hat, cymbal) that can also be used for melodic parts.
4 synth tracks: two monophonic (2x2op or 1x4op) & two duo-phonic (4x2op or 2x4op)
160 songs x 16 patterns x 64 steps
patterns of of arbitrary step lengths
Kits and patterns stored on included SD card for convenient management and sharing.
56 faders with per step automation and modulation
32 high quality illuminated switches
MIDI input and output on DIN5 ports
customisable MIDI input channels
Analog sync in and out on 3.5mm jacks
All Audio on 6.35mm jacks
Premium sandblasted anodised aluminum chassis
All instruments can be sequenced internally or played via MIDI allowing BlastBeats to be used as a 4-operator 8-waveform polytimbral MIDI synthesizer
Probability per instrument
Kit and pattern randomiser
Fader wiggling (randomiser with adjustable depth) per step
3 tricks ( pitch bend aka spin down, freeze and stutter with step sequencing of all tricks.
Synth pitch vibrato and tremolo with adjustable speed and depth
Several waveforms and algorithms yielding infinite sound textures.
Dimensions: 29.5cm x 16.5cm x 4.5cm (11.6″ x 6.5″ x 1.8″)
Weight 944 g ( 2 lb)
9V DC power supply included