Users can choose from 100 different drum sounds, add a number of effects, and use the clip sensor to turn objects into virtual drum pads
Korg has announced a compact, portable version of it popular Wavedrum percussion synth, which has its own speaker and includes a clip sensor that can turn finger tapping on a table top into digital percussion sounds
At the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim recently, Korg unveiled a new oriental version of its famous Wavedrum percussion synthesizer, designed specifically for Middle Eastern music. For Musikmesse 2011 in Frankfurt, the company has announced that its Wavedrum technology has been reduced down into a compact, portable, playable pad with a built-in speaker and effects. The Wavedrum Mini also features a clip sensor which is said to allow users to transform finger taps and hand slaps made on just about any surface into synthesized, amplified percussive sounds.
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