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Instruments - HARDWARE DRUM MACHINE

matt222 - Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:27 am
Post subject: HARDWARE DRUM MACHINE
Hi all,

Anyone know of a good hardware drum machine that could do good Minipops sounds as well as more?

christof1971 - Wed Jan 21, 2015 1:58 am

Hi Matt,

I had the same dilemma, in the end I went for an MPC Studio, not exactly a hardware Drum Machine but enabled me to load up samples I wanted and tweak as needed, also it is caplable of outputting sound as though its a MPC-60, and some others. MPC don't officially admit this but you can get it to do it same as the Renaissance model.

Hope this helps

Chris

Beelooo - Sat Jan 24, 2015 1:01 pm
Post subject: Re: HARDWARE DRUM MACHINE
matt222 wrote:
Hi all,

Anyone know of a good hardware drum machine that could do good Minipops sounds as well as more?


Except DIY from plan, or use or found an old lady, better have a good hardware sampler, like a well known Akai

I use samples for mini pop, didn't have other choice, except for somes sounds i use a reason module just for one sound ^^

matt222 - Thu Feb 11, 2016 8:56 pm
Post subject: Re: HARDWARE DRUM MACHINE
Went for the Roland TR8 with 7X7 expansion - best bet for the money in comparison to the Dave Smith Tempest!
Jakob BC - Sun Jul 10, 2016 9:34 am

I used my EMX and simply used the synth parts to recreate each sound. They are very simple in structure.

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