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Freshie ( ) writes:
The TR-727 is the Latin cousin of the TR-707. Is has all the same features as the 707 such as indiviual outs and volume sliders for each sound, a large LCD which clearly maps out your pattern and best of all... multiple sync options (MIDI, DIN, triggers out...). The sounds are just samples of bongos, congas and other Latin percussion instruments, but they are good for House, Drum & Bass and Tribal rhythms when used with other drum sounds. Not much use on it's own, but very handy if you have non-MIDI equipment to sync up.

Comments About the Sounds:
Crisp, clear Latin sounds.

(Thanks to Freshie for this info.)
and Dave for the pic

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x Roland TR-707 Owner's Manual on-line manual written by WOBBLEX. The TR-707 and TR-727 differ only in sounds, so the manual works for the 727 too.
x Samplers Delight Vintage Drum Machine Samples

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