This video, via AnalogAudio1, takes a look at the Mini Pops 7 – a non-programmable analog rhythm box from Keio Electronics – the company which later became Korg.
The Mini Pops 7 was released in 1971. It was used notably by Jean-Michel Jarre on his classic album, Oxygene.
Recorded with a small amount of ambience from a Lexicon MPX-500. In the intro, the Mini Pops 7 is played through a EH Small Stone and a Korg SDD-3000 delay.