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Which drum machines do you own?

- Present: MPC 3000 MPC 60 Sequential Studio 440 - Past: Casio RZ-1 Korg DD-something? Roland CR-8000 Roland TR-707 Roland TR-727 Roland TR-606 Roland R8 Roland W-30 (more of a workstation, but was my only drum machine/sampler/sequencer for years) Alesis HR-16 Sequential TOM Emu Drumulator Emu SP-12 Emu SP-1200 MachineDrum SPS1-UW

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Revolution - 14 iconic drum machines, one plugin

...the most influential Drum Machines of our time – 808, 909, 606, 707, 727, 505, CR-78, CR-8000, Linndrum, Drumtraks, Drumulator, OB-DX, SP-12. Revolution is much more than just an emulation however – it's about creating new, powerful sounds that inspire and push boundaries... It’s all about the sound… Revolution’s sound engine is powered by many tens of...

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Sky Palace

...when I feel like it. Gear Used: Pads: Korg R3 Bass: Novation Bass Station 1 Drums: Sampled drum sounds from royalty free sources (E-mu Drumulator and Roland TR 808 style)

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Sample-based drum-machine by E-mu Systems. The Drumulator was E-mu's attempt at creating a rhythm machine like the Linn LM-1 that was better and cheaper. It was used a lot in early 1980s.