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Old 30th November 2020 | Show parent
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The DP12 was 1200 they dropped down the price with 500. Thats insane. Their profit margin is very low compared to other companies. I can't wait to get the UBXa.
the discount has primarily to do with more efficient production, something that other manufacturers prefer to keep to themselves ..
Old 30th November 2020
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I still question whether or not a drompler that does not have the ability to load different samples would be viable. Maybe the Linndrum had a great (for the first of its type) sequencer, but at the end of the day this are low resolution samples controlled by an 8bit computer. I think a few MB of multisamples could capture the sound of the linndrum(several shots of each at the various pitches) and then unless Im unaware of something that sequencer could do that isnt available today what would be missing? I mean, the samples would capture the output stage quirks along with the sample and if you captured at most of the pitches you wont be missing anything.

Not trying to stir the pot, genuinely curious. If its just a case of feeling close to the original hardware, that seems valid. But to me recreating analog drum machines makes more sense since its much harder to capture nuance with samples or DSP.
Old 1st December 2020 | Show parent
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I still question whether or not a drompler that does not have the ability to load different samples would be viable. Maybe the Linndrum had a great (for the first of its type) sequencer, but at the end of the day this are low resolution samples controlled by an 8bit computer. I think a few MB of multisamples could capture the sound of the linndrum(several shots of each at the various pitches) and then unless Im unaware of something that sequencer could do that isnt available today what would be missing? I mean, the samples would capture the output stage quirks along with the sample and if you captured at most of the pitches you wont be missing anything.

Not trying to stir the pot, genuinely curious. If its just a case of feeling close to the original hardware, that seems valid. But to me recreating analog drum machines makes more sense since its much harder to capture nuance with samples or DSP.
RD-7 with sample import would make too much sense
Old 1st December 2020 | Show parent
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I still question whether or not a drompler that does not have the ability to load different samples would be viable. Maybe the Linndrum had a great (for the first of its type) sequencer, but at the end of the day this are low resolution samples controlled by an 8bit computer. I think a few MB of multisamples could capture the sound of the linndrum(several shots of each at the various pitches) and then unless Im unaware of something that sequencer could do that isnt available today what would be missing? I mean, the samples would capture the output stage quirks along with the sample and if you captured at most of the pitches you wont be missing anything.

Not trying to stir the pot, genuinely curious. If its just a case of feeling close to the original hardware, that seems valid. But to me recreating analog drum machines makes more sense since its much harder to capture nuance with samples or DSP.
Behringer is already working on a sampler. I bet everyone forgot about it.

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RD-7 with sample import would make too much sense
The RD-7 should also have the samples of the TR727.
Old 1st December 2020 | Show parent
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Behringer is already working on a sampler. I bet everyone forgot about it.
Not forgotten just not interested. It doesn't have XOX style sequencer.
Old 1st December 2020 | Show parent
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We need a drum machine (sample playback device if you'd like) like the TR8S but with the XOX sequencer of an arturia drumbrute and the mangling capabilities of an elektron device (one lfo per voice, conditional triggers etc), plus 1 output per voice and the ability to build kits on the computer and load them via sd / usb. Who could say no to such device?
Old 2nd December 2020
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And since we're at it I'd also like analog filters for each voice. It's Christmas soon, right?
Old 2nd December 2020 | Show parent
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eh??? you've almost described an Akai MPC
Old 2nd December 2020 | Show parent
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eh??? you've almost described an Akai MPC
I wish I enjoyed sequencing on a non XOX device. Not even 2 rows of 8 buttons do the job for me
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