Blackbox from 1010 Music is the ultimate compact desktop sampler/groovebox machine. The unit features the same sensitive touchscreen as the company's line of Eurorack modules, which lets users easily tap and edit sequences. Blackbox uses a high-speed microSD format for storing and reading samples, which works equally well for one-shots, long loops, and even complete several-minutes-long tracks. The interface and workflow of the machine is very simple and intuitive, making it a useful tool not only to experienced producers and musicians, but also to those who are just starting out. There are two on-board effects buses, which can be independently applied in various amounts to any sample. The unit comes ready to play right out of the box with tons of samples carefully prepared by Loopmasters and SoundTrack Loops.
Easily record, edit, and play samples, and sequences
Intuitive and simple to use GUI
Loops with different tempos can be combined using built-in BPM synchronization and beat-slicing
Future updates will expand the capabilities of the unit
USB port and 1/8" inputs for MIDI and clock integration
1010 Music Blackbox Desktop Sampling Workstation SYNTHPLEX 2019
1010 Music showed off their tiny and powerful Blackbox. The Blackbox is a sample based sequencer workstation with a touch screen with audio inputs and multiple audio outputs. It also features midi in/out and DC coupled audio so it is capable of recording and sending out CV.
1010 BlackBox Desktop Sampler Sequencer
1010's BlackBox can do an impressive amount of sample sequencing as well as sequencing your external gear with midi or clocking your analog gear. It also has effects and an audio input and multiple audio outputs giving you tons of routing options. The BlackBox is a great option as the center of a dawless setup.
In this video all of the sounds are coming from the black box except for the bassline from the Roland SH-01A which is sequenced by the BlackBox.
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