Notes: The Tanzmaus drum computer is a further development of our MFB 503. It offers five analogue percussion instruments and two sample sections, each of which have access to 16 samples. Furthermore you can program an alternative sample. A chase sequencer stores up to 64 patterns. You can chain up to 16 different patterns, A/B let you switch or alternate between A and B. … Read more
Moreover you can program up to 16 different Flam algorithm. Step length is individually selectable for each instrument - polyrhythms are easy to achieve. 32 steps, 16th or 16th/8th triplets are the basic metrics and 15 different shuffles can be set globally.
Four different accents are available. Five independent LFOs can be used to modulate the pitch of Bass drum, Claps, Tom, Sample 1 and Sample 2. They offer four waveforms and can be programmed independently for each step. All Sound parameters can be recorded in step - or real-time mode. The sequencer sends MIDI notes and can trigger other sound sources.
Tanzmaus sends and receives MIDI Clock. Beside Master Volume each instrument has its own volume pot and mute function. You have five individual outs and one stereo out, Claps are in stereo. The compact chassis is built from steel plate. MFB offer a selection of exchangeable samples from their website (http://mfberlin.de/en/home).
Bassdrum : Attack Level, Decay Time, Noise Level, Noise Decay Time, Pitch, Tune, Attack Type, Distortion, LFO
Snare: Tune, Noise Level, Noise Decay Time, Tone Decay Time, Attack Type
Claps: Filter, Reverb Decay Time, Intensity, Number and Patterns of Attacks, LFO
Tom: Decay Time, Tune, Pitch, Attack Level, Attack Type, Panning, LFO
Sample 1 (Alt) and 2 (Alt): Decay Time, Attack Time, Tune, LFO
*2-pin EU power supply included