Check out this four-minute video demonstration the new Rhythm Wolf, a drum machine, bass synthesizer, and step sequencer by Akai Professionals. Rhythm Wolf uses a 100 percent analog signal, thus allowing producers to harvest sounds from early hip-hop and electronic music. The “Howl” knob on the device activates a custom distortion signal path. The Rhythm Wolf easily integrates with modern as well as vintage equipment.
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Dennis FoleySeptember 4, 2019
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What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.