Roland CR68 Human Rhythm Player


The Roland CR68 Human Rhythm Player is a drum machine released in 1979 by the Japanese company Roland. It was used by a variety of artists, including Prince, The Human League, and Gary Numan. The CR68 is a programmable drum machine that allows users to create and store up to 16 different rhythms. It features a variety of sounds, including bass drum, snare drum, hi-hat, cymbal, and tom-tom. It also has a built-in metronome and a tempo control knob. The CR68 is a classic drum machine that is still used by many musicians today.

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