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Stimming presents modern classics: Korg Electribe ER-1

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In this latest episode of our Modern Classics series our much beloved host Martin Stimming reviews one of Korg’s iconic releases over the years, the Electribe ER-1 Groovebox. This was Stimming’s first drum machine so holds a special nostalgic place in his heart, it’s frenzied interface and manipulability can seem almost archaic at times, you can really go crazy with as is so wonderfully displayed by Stimming in this video.
Under the hood of this rectangular silver and red box is an analogue modelling synth built around four analogue modelled instruments and four PCM samples, a 64-step sequencer and adjustable oscillator, envelope, modulations and a built in delay. Nowadays these things are retailing on the used market at around 200-300 euros and at this entry level price are more than worth the investment.
Tune in to find out more about this special Korg creation out of Japan.

After this episode we’ll be taking a little hiatus from reviews as we tip our focus towards new ideas and concepts exploring the wide and wonderful of electronic music production.


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