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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Victor a hobbyist user from United States writes:
I just got one last night and it's been a BIG help already! It's so easy to use and it installs in your rig in a little under 5 minutes. It may not be for everyone, but I ran a sampled bass loop through it last night and had the time of my life torturing the signal! Truly AMAZING!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-31-2002 at 14:09
John a part-time user from USA writes:
Kaoss pad it’s great and all but it sucks that only has one line in and line out. As a DJ I use cds for my music. I have a dual cd player and with Kaoss I can only control one channel. If any of you guys know how to connect more than one channel, let me know. In addition I thing it’s a shame that such a nice piece of equipment lacks digital in and digital out

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-22-2001 at 23:55
LEAHA a part-time user from Dallas, TX USA writes:
I thoroughly enjoy working with this peice of equipment as a full time vocalist. It's prevelent in my studio work as well as in my live sets usually set in party atmosphere's. As I control my voice...I control the crowd. Power in the palm of my tiny hand :) hahah...great thing to own as a vocalist! :)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-19-2001 at 02:35
mutagene a hobbyist user from japan writes:
I've had the Kaoss pad for around a year now and it has really had an impact on my music. I always have the assignable outs from my a3k routed through it so that i can effect drums and other sounds. I love the dub delay - sure I could do something similar with my mixer and se-50 (and do) but I don't have a space echo and can't change the playback rate in real time with all of that control.

I also like to use it's reverbs and tap them in and out on my drum - adds great atmosphere. A little bit of live ring mod or whatever always adds a little bit extra to your drums.

complaints - yes, make the effects programmable. at the least it should have had a midi in so that you could record xy pad sequences. at least for the delay settings it can be frustrating if you want to sync the delay to your music and don't want to have to fiddle around with every recording.

rca connectors are annoying. worst of all is the 60Hz hum - although it can add lo-fi atmosphere some of the time, it's annoying to have that ALL of the time. I would also like a dry/wet ratio knob.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-14-2001 at 13:53
DJ TeMPeST a professional user from UK writes:
I just got the Kaoss Mixer a couple of weeks ago... Man, what a quality piece of kit. Apart from obviously being very well built, the kaoss pad really does add a completely new dimension. I go over to a mates house to have a mix there, and I end up reaching for effects that arent there, and suddenly realising how limiting that was.

Anyway, I'm interested in hearing stuff (especially live mixes) made by other peeps, so please get in touch with me if you have anything down on mp3 or something..

Ta. kaoss@subspace.org.uk

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jun-14-2001 at 10:05
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