MATRIXSYNTH: In-Line Effects DrumFire DF-500 5 Channel Analog Drum Synthesizer

Sunday, July 18, 2021

In-Line Effects DrumFire DF-500 5 Channel Analog Drum Synthesizer



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"The DRUMFIRE 500 has 5 separate channels to let you set 5 different electronic drum voices such as synth sounds, hand claps, super kick, gunfire and more. The unit also has stereo headphone outs, foot switch in and Stereo outs with individual level control." Each channel has 8 parameter controls.
Sensitivity: Controls input sensitivity.
Oscillator Decay: Controls decay time of oscillator sound.
Noise Decay: Controls decay time of noise sound.
Sweep: Modifies oscillator frequency.
Pitch: Changes oscillator pitch.
Balance: Controls balance between oscillator and noise level.
Volume: Controls output volume.
Pan: A right and left balance control. Also allows dual output on right and left jacks.
Click: Mixes the triggers click with the oscillator.
Each channel has an input jack for trigger, and an output jack for individual output to a P.A., mixer or amplifier.
There is also a Master Volume Level Control, a Left Channel Output Level Control and a Right Channel Output Control. Headphone output. Drumfire works with any drum set. even practice pads. It's five piezoelectric transducers attach easily to your drum head or rim. each transducer lets you set a separate, changeable electronic drum sound. The Drumfire mixer/synthesizer has 5 separate channels to let you pre-set 5 different electric drum voices....synth sounds, hand claps, super kick, gunfire and more."

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