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Roland Rhythm 33

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  1. is a preset drum machine , produced by Roland in 1972

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  2. sometimes known by its model number, the Roland TR-33

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  3. one of a trio of drum machines released by Roland that year, offering the least features out of its siblings the Rhythm 55 (TR-55) and Rhythm 77 (TR-77)

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  4. has an unusual "L" shape, being designed to be mounted on the underside of a keyboard such as an electronic organ

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  5. "TR" stands for "transistor rhythm"

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  6. The Rhythm 33 had analogue voice circuits to produce its drum sounds, and offered approximately 20 permutations of preset rhythms

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