MATRIXSYNTH: BOSS DR-110 & Roland PB-300 Sound Comparison

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BOSS DR-110 & Roland PB-300 Sound Comparison


Published on Jun 6, 2017 京浜マテリアル - Keihin Material

"Those two models were released in 1983 and are the last full-analog rhythm machines from Roland/BOSS currently. In the same year, TR-909 was also released, which contained some PCM sounds in it.

The programmable DR-110 was basically for the guitar practice, while the PB-300 was to accompany the digital piano with MIDI and is equipped with simple auto arranger function.

Here I programmed the rhythm patterns similar with PB-300 on DR-110. Since DR-110 has no tom/conga sounds, they are replaced with other instruments such as the snare drum or hand clap."

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