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  DRM1 MK II At a Glance
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LoneStar (andreas.noa@web.de) writes:
Want punchy, crisp and snappy analogue drums? Annoyed by programming electronic drums on your synth, having to press buttons and dig into menus forever? Get this. Features eight channels: 3xDrum, Multi, Snare, 2xHihat, Clap. Sounds range from typical 808/909 stuff to completely unique drumsounds, swells, zapz and noises. Each sound has 7 knobs to play around with (besides Pan and Volume).

Pros: - Great sound - Realtime, hands-on control - Individual outs for each channel (can also work as inserts!) - Trigger Button for each channel - rock-solid construction quality made in Germany - nice feeling oily knobs with mid snap where it makes sense

Cons: - you can "save" exactly one patch per channel: the one that's equal to the knobs' current positions. :D - Be careful when using external Distortion/Overdrive boxes with high gain, since the normally unnoticable oscillators will become noticable, even if no sound is triggered.

Comments About the Sounds:
Expect all kinds of analogue percussions here, with great tweakability and of course great sound.

(Thanks to LoneStar for this info.)

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