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Electronic Rhythm Units Humanized
All electronic rhythm units to this date have suffered from the same problem of monotonous repetition. The identical one- or two-measure rhythm pattern was heard over and over again. Now with the advent of LSI technology it is possible to make an integrated circuit chip that has enough memory capability to afford four different variations for each pattern. These variations can be switched automatically at predetermined times set by the player.
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