18 Aug 2010

MFB Schlagzwerg Semi Modular...for sale!

Up for auction is my MFB Schlagzwerg Semi-Modular analogue drum machine. I bought the Schlagzwerg only a couple of months ago brand new from Thomann. The drum machine has only had around 4 hours use and is in brand new / mint condition and comes boxed with manual, power supply and additional patch cables.

The MFB Schlagzwerg is capable of creating some of the largest analogue drum sounds I have heard and stands up well against classics such as the Roland Tr-808 and Tr-909 drum machines;

Here is a little info:
MFB SCHLAGZWERG combines the power of analogue drum and percussion sounds with modular versatility in a convenient and compact desktop unit. SCHLAGZWERG fusions CV-controllable percussion modules and a six-track CV/Gate-sequencer into a unique drum-machine for live and studio applications.

Thanks to its semi-modular concept, SCHLAGZWERG is ready to go without any need for patch-connections. Its internal pre-wiring comprises trigger-assignments for the gate-tracks of five (of six) drum-sounds as well as hihat decay-control. The additional CV-tracks can freely be patched to any of the modules’ functions. Naturally, the available CV-inputs can also be addressed by external control sources like LFOs, envelope generators or a Theremin-controller.

Schlagzwerg features
True analogue sound sources.
Kick, snare and tom (DRUM-04/-05/-06).
Cymbal and hihat (DRUM-07).
Step-sequencer with 16 steps and 16 A/B-patterns.
6 gate- and 6 CV-tracks.
Separate CV/Gate-tracks, e.g. for use with Kraftzwerg.
Integrated MIDI/CV-interface.
Integrated stereo-mixer with panning.


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