DR-110 ANALOG VS SAMPLE

anselmi on April 06, 2011 18:39

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    A short comparison between the always moving analog sound vs a sample of the same source.
    I used my Boss DR-110, analog drum machine that lacks any sound controls other than main volume, balance and accent level (used in mid position in this example).
    First you can hear the 16th snare pattern, recorded straight from the DR-110; then I took one of the recorded snare hits and pasted it several times to create the same pattern.
    The difference is stunning.

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    • TheAlien666
      TheAlien666 at 0.08 on December 21, 2013 21:06

      The difference is caused by a fixed white noise pattern here, as opposed to a cycling white noise in the first part. The same thing will happen with handclaps and cymbals, which use the same white noise source in the DR-110.

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    • Doggie Dogster
      Doggie Dogster on December 08, 2011 22:25

      Thanks, it's useful to actually hear the difference like this!

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