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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Bob DaKlone a part-time user from US of A writes:
Potential buyers should be aware that there was an "enhanced" version of the model 400. This consisted of a replacement EPROM and added a few features, such as the ability to hold a lower note key and "play" the tuning with upper keys. This is something that previously could only be done with the tuning knob while playing, and was awkward to say the least. Other than opening and looking at the EPROM, I'm not sure if there's a way to tell the version...perhaps a front-panel button press combo to display the version?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-May-16-2005 at 16:15
Jenny mae a professional user from Washington D.C writes:
An amazing drum machine. The punchiest beat maker ever. Listen to those toms and that gorilla clap. Only and 8-bit machine can sound that fat and punchy. Still a great machine today.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-06-2005 at 03:02
a part-time user writes:
Wasn't used on Michael Jackson OR Prince albums, contrary to some of the comments; Prince used an LM-1, which sounds similar on many of the sounds to a Linndrum.

If you can't notice the stiff, machinelike beats and muddy sounds, the Drumtracks is for you..! Only the Studio 440 was of lasting significance regarding Sequential and drum machines.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-25-2004 at 17:19
Cuari writes:
This was not a michael jackson drum machine. you need to fix that because it's incorrect.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-18-2004 at 00:08
right thru time a hobbyist user from USA writes:
i love the chunky sounds this thing makes, the way it makes you use your imagination to get a different character out of it, how old it is, how it looks, how it feels, etc. they dont make em like they used to, thats for sure.

so many years of use by so many differnt artists says something to its credit imo. zz top used one! too many reggae artists to name, michael jackson, a whole slew of disco and electro funk bands used it, most industrial bands had one, a lot of old hip hop used it, new wave... too many.

it takes a lot of creative mixing to give it character, but sure fills the bill when youre there.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-16-2004 at 21:16
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