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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Trance Mania a part-time user from England writes:
An absolute gem of a sound module, has a very nice bottom end, real nice and unique sound character and very easy to program, the filter is very nice sounding too. I believe the sound engine is the same used in the legendary Raven synth. There are 2 modes you can use, performance or sequencer. In performance mode you use 1 midi part but you can layer up to 4 tones to create some very very good sounds and i have created some killer sounds using it this way. In sequencer mode you can use up to 16 midi parts and build a decent track with just this module. Most of the drum sounds kick ass too, there is a 909 kit (good), 808 kit (good apart from the kick, which is a bit short), the 606 kit is real cool, standard kit (okay) and a few others which are really cool too. These modules are relativly rare now so if you do find one for sale expect to pay a premium. If you listened to early 90s hardcore or rave music then the chances are this module would have featured heavily on it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-26-2011 at 16:43
RhythmRancher a part-time user from California writes:
For a one space rackmount machine, the Technox really pulls its weight. It may be old skool and even outdated, but i just got one last year and i dont think i will be letting this one go. its one of a kind, and is simply loaded with useable sounds right out the gate. i wasnt expecting the Technox to be this nice. too bad QM bit the dust. they had one killer product after another. Id like to try the Spectralis by Radikal. i hear that one of the QM dudes was the key designer for the OS on that puppy. for now, i enjoy the Technox as a nice expander for my Raven Maxx and my Polymorph. Aye!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-23-2008 at 20:22
LoHr from usa writes:
This is an amazing little ROMpler. i bought it for "bread and butter" sounds, infact thats what i was expecting. but once i plugged it in flipped thru some of the sounds i noticed this is MUCH MORE than just bread and butter. its a very raw sound. the samples are excellent, very thick and punchy. im very impressed with its sound.

because of there being only 4 buttons and 2 knobs for editing i was expecting it to be a pain to program, but to my surprize i was slamming thru its menu system in a matter of minutes very naturally as if i had owned it for years.

its great for techno & ambient, but with a little editing and creativity it goes well beyond that into the dark and obscure world of hardcore, industrial and all spooky things less-pretty mostly thanks to the onboard effects.

its build very tuff and looks really great sitting in my rack also.

this Technox blows away its mid-to-late 1990's "techno rompler" competition such as the Roland MDC-1 and E-Mu Orbit.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-21-2004 at 12:23
narcotics a part-time user from cumbria UK writes:
i have had mine for a few years now. when i first got it, i was impressed that something so old could sound so analog, 512 single sounds and 100 performances the single sounds are great if you know how to put them into a mix.... some of them are over used. the effects are pritty good, very good DIST. would have liked to have see some better midi implmentation..... like being able to control the cutoff...... there is away.... but its not a CC.

anyway over all its not a bad piece of kit. if you are a beginer then you will fall in love with it.... then will forget about it.... as have i. it doesnt get any use any more. thus i am selling it for a mear 100 quid or near abouts.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-11-2004 at 13:48
wilder from germany writes:
if u got a technox - check www.sounds-of-revolution.com - there u find extreme great stuff for your technox - forget the boring presets - these guys rock !

greetz !

posted Friday-Jan-23-2004 at 15:36
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