This page contains information about the Owner’s Manual for the ER-1 from Korg. Korg ER-1 Electribe R Rhythm Synthesizer () Drum machine: 8 voices mix of analog modeling and PCM samples with sequencer and Midi sync. Listen to. Check out the Korg Electribe ER-1 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) own Patterns in a Pattern Set see page 31 in the ER-1 owners Manual.

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Korg Electribe ER-1 Rhythm Synthesizer – Korg – Encyclotronic

Advanced drum machine, a “rhythm synthesizer” based on a mix of virtual analog modeling synthesis and PCM samples. Rear panel terminal connectors: Voices are allocated between part A and B: HEAR an analog modeled tom.

HEAR decay range on a kick drum. LFO a single bipolar modulator, relative frequency range between 0. The LFO features 6 shapes: Both PCM and modeling V.


HEAR delay on a snare drum. HEAR low boost on a kick. MIDI every parts including audio input are assigned to a Midi note and channel.

Korg Electribe ES1 – part of the first Electribe generation, a desktop sampler. Visit website or Direct link. A bit limited as single drum machine but ER1 can be a precious source of inspiration on the fly.

A special ring modulation process can be applied between: Korg Electribe R MkII – part of the following second electribe generation, quite the same as Mk1 but Korg added a cross modulation effect between oscillators. Korg Electribe EA1 – part of the first Electribe generation, a Virtual analog synthesizer with 2 channels.

Korg ER1 factory reset 1. Add Comment or review.

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