MATRIXSYNTH: KORG KPR-77 Analog Drum Machine 1982 | HD DEMO

Thursday, November 19, 2020

KORG KPR-77 Analog Drum Machine 1982 | HD DEMO


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The KORG KPR-77 is a programmable analog rhythm box. DIN sync, TRIG OUT jacks and other nice features. The KPR-77 was the first programmable rhythm machine from Korg. It has a nice sound, especially the snare is similar to the Korg KR-55's snare. It competed with Roland TR-606.

In the intro music you hear the KPR-77 reverb from Lexicon MPX-500."

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