Synth Site: Korg: DDM-110/220: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 2.8 out of 5
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Juan Kenon a hobbyist user from Quebec writes:
I bought this and the 'superdrums' for under $40 USD. The sound samples are available on the net and will give you an idea what to expect. The word cheese comes to mind.

Its not difficult to program, just painfully tedious.

Honestly for the price I would say go for it. Play around with a lot of effects or just go for that authentic New Wave sound.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-27-2006 at 14:15
Roger Williams a hobbyist user from USA writes:
The DDM-110 is not a great hi-fi drum machine. If you like to program drum machines, then this is for you. This is the poor man's Linn Drum or Oberheim DX! Just EQ it to get rid of the aliasing noise and crank up the bass. Instant UK Garage and Chicago House!!!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-09-2005 at 13:27
Drew a professional user from England writes:
i have to say, that this drum machine, without a doubt, is terrible. I agree that 'cheesey' sounds are in at the moment, with electro indie making a breakthrough, but this machines sounds are below cheesey. They're just bad. There is far too much of a digital sound for them to resemble anything slightly analogue, and not good quality enough digital sounds to come across as 'realistic'. There is also a quite unpleasant hissing sound, somethign which at first i thought added to its charm, but then realised it was something which could not be significally removed if nessesary.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-17-2004 at 15:43
Ivan a part-time user from Australia writes:
I had a Korg DDM110 for a while, it's complete shite :) It was only good for cheesy 80's hip hop sounding drums and the programming was terrible! I got it for $70AUD and got rid of it for about thirty extra! I kept the samples but there really wasn't much i liked about it. But it seems to be one of those things that everyone goes through ! Much like TR-505's every dog and his grandma has had one

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-19-2002 at 01:55
nick B a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:
If you connect the trigger out (large jack) to the EXT CLK in of a Roland SH-101, it triggers its' built-in sequencer. You use the Korgs' handclap pad and manually play the notes into the SH-101. You lose the handclap sound but hell, I always hated it anyway!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-18-2002 at 19:39
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