Usefullness of Kenton Pro Solo MKII

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Usefullness of Kenton Pro Solo MKII

Post by shesmylife94 » Fri Dec 08, 2017 11:51 pm


I've recently came across a Kenton Pro Solo MKII at a pretty decent price. I just don't know a ton about using one but have seen it referenced through out these and other forums. I know it works pretty well with older gear that doesn't have midi but most of my gear is all fairly new. With that said does anyone find it pretty useful still with newer gear? Is it good to use as even a trouble shooting tool? I've got a couple Midi/CV devices now, one Eurorack and the other a Dotcom one. The one thing maybe making the Kenton attractive is it has the LFO.

At the price I can get it at I just don't want to pass it by and find out later that it would have been useful just to have around.


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Re: Usefullness of Kenton Pro Solo MKII

Post by EMwhite » Sat Dec 09, 2017 3:22 pm

I bought a keyboard-troubled Pro One that come with this box. I ended up selling it with another non Midi kbd but my memory of it is that there is an LFO that can be configured to run automonously as well as some Midi clock diving duties that would be useful.

Download the manual and see if it suits?
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