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Offline chrisNova777

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Roland SBX-1 Sync Box
« on: November 16, 2015, 05:09:18 AM »
roland sbx-1
http://www.roland.ca/products/sbx-1/



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MULTI-FORMAT SYNC FOR COMPUTERS AND ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS
The SBX-1 lets computers and electronic instruments communicate and synchronize with each other. It supports a vast array of both analog and digital devices through DIN SYNC, MIDI and USB, and any of these can be the master clock source. You can use the SBX-1 itself as the master sync and control your external devices with its rock-steady internal clock. With hands-on control over timing and groove, and support for CV/GATE, the SBX-1 is far from just an ordinary sync box.