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The MFB-501 Pro Drumcomputer is a modernized new edition of the MFB-501 from 1980.
It offers eight analog drum sounds, each of which can be edited in three parameters. As an extension the model MFB-501 Pro has eight slots for samples, as they were already found in the MFB-KULT. The internal ROM memory contains a selection of 128 samples of the most diverse drum classics. The import of own samples with a length of up to 1.5 seconds each is possible from a computer via USB. In the sequencer, you can program patterns with up to 16 steps and A/B division, from which songs can be compiled. The sound parameters of all analog instruments can be varied with each step (Parameter Locks). The sequencer has a five-step shuffle mode and can be synchronized to MIDI clock or an external analog clock. The MFB-501 Pro can also be used as a sound module, where all instruments can be triggered dynamically via MIDI and the sound parameters can be controlled via MIDI Control Change messages. A stereo output, an adjustable headphone output and a sync socket are available as connections. Power is supplied by the USB plug-in power supply unit supplied. Updates can be made from a computer via USB.
Manfred Fricke has been creating video and audio devices since the 1970s from his workshop in Berlin. His no-frills and affordable synthesizers and drum machines are quite popular and have a number of dedicated adepts.