VG-Line BD9Q9 Desktop

$ 465.00

A clone of the legendary TR-909 Kick Drum with additional features
SKU: VG-BD9Q9D Categories: ,

Description

Here is VG Line BASS DRUM BD 9Q9. Totally analogue (100%) clone of legendary Roland TR-909 kick with a wide range of settings, which original TR 909 doesn’t have. VG Line BASS DRUM BD 9Q9 has powerful, magnificent sound, cutting through the air of any dance floor and discotheques. This device is made for serious musicians, opening the new horizons of analog percussion sounding. It will be the nice addition to a collection of those who own analog drums, drum machines, and modules. It was made in Russia by well-known master Vyacheslav Grigoriev. The number of copies is limited.

Panel controls:

  • Trig Gain
  • Velocity (with disable switch)
  • Output Level
  • Compression Level
  • Distortion Level (with disable switch)
  • Noise Level
  • Attack Time
  • Tune Decay Time
  • Decay Time
  • Pitch
  • Tune Depth

All controls are clearly labeled. Every parameter may be adjusted in real time. There is an opportunity to set not only a kick but also tom bass, blipper, and other synthetic sounds. The device has a MIDI interface and a dynamic Trigger input.

Rear connectors:

  • MIDI In
  • MIDI Thru
  • Trigger In (Dynamic)
  • Audio Line Out (1/4″ TS Jack)

Desired MIDI Note can be set with a DIP-switch, which is located on the left side.
There are two new functions have been added: one of them is a switcher to extend decay. It is typical for such music styles as trip-hop with long drum sounding. The second function is the pitch. Now the depth of the pitch can be up to 40-35Hz. The other way, you can make ultra-sound, reaching the infrasound.

Fashionable and stylish hand-made design of the device will draw attention at concerts, letting know other artists and the audience that the happy owner of VG Line BASS DRUM BD 9Q9 really knows what’s what in electronic music!

Additional information

Weight1 kg

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