As additional connections there is a sync input and output, as well as sockets for CV and reset. Furthermore, editing of the sequencer is possible via Save, Copy, Erase and Bump. Other features include Tempo, Swing, Probability, Flam and Autofill. In total there are three main modes Song, Pattern and Step. The drum sequencer is controllable via USB and MIDI. Via 16 retro keys on the right side, the quantization (e.g. 1/8, 1/8T, 1/16 , 1/16T and 1/32) can be determined, among other things. The repetitions of the steps and notes should be controllable with the keys 1,2,4 and 8.
Price and availability
A concrete delivery date for the RS-9 has not yet been named by the manufacturer, but the price is supposed to be 149 US dollars.
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