#1
Any software that could accurately simulate sounds from an old/new analogue drum machine?
EDIT: Or modular drums.
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Last edited by djszkoda at Feb 18, 2008,
#2
Hydrogen. There are kits emulating every Roland TR-series machine.
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#3
Thanks Muphin, for this and the other post. Really helpful!

By the way, if I wanted to buy an actual drum machine, something sounding either like the TR 606 or 909, is there any new machine that could emulate those sounds?

606's go for $400 on ebay. I'm not at liberty to spend that much yet.
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#4
What's wrong about getting a MIDI controller that can control a software drum machine? Those can be as inexpensive as $100 new.
#5
I prefer using something I can plug into a speaker. Plus, I don't own a laptop, ever since my crappy Mac broke down.
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#7
It's nice alright, but I wanted a more retro, digital-ish sound, not so much realistic, I have a real drummer if I needed that.
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#8
I like the Planet Phatt. Looks ridiculous, but sounds pretty retro to me.
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