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Which drum machines do you own?

am have: TR-909 TR-808 TR-606 CR-78 R-70 R-8MkII SCI Drumtraks Linndrum LM-2 Oberheim Stretch DX

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Dust Covers for Synths and Drum Machines | Stardust

...the moment the models available are: Juno 6, Juno 60, Odyssey MkI, Odyssey MkII, DMX, DX, Jupiter 4, TR-707, TR-727, TR-808, Drumtraks, Prophet 5, Mono/Poly, Minimoog Model D. And some models coming soon: Jupiter 8, Jupiter 6, Juno 106, MS-10, MS-20, Polysix, Andromeda, SH-101, etc, and some for newer models as well.. Different designs are available for...

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Roland TR8 still worth it?

Arturia Spark LE/Spark 2 combo could cover your Drumtraks/707 etc wants maybe, I still own the original Spark and use it a lot, the 808/909(and other originally analog sources) sounds are emulated and not that precise, however all the sample based drums sound fine(707/727 etc), in the case of Linndrum AlyJamesLab VProm is hard...

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The DrumTraks is a very programmable classic drum machine from the eighties featured with superior editing capabilities. Thirteen drum sounds all with programmable tuning and level control. Extensive editing with copy and paste ability. -Mixer section for individual sounds -6 dedicated outputs -Mono Mix Out -Cassette I/O Easy programming, record a couple patterns and link them into a song. The DrumTraks can output a 24PPQN clock signal and is also fully MIDI capable. This makes it very easy to use with old analogs and new MIDI synths and sequencers. If your looking for classic eighties electro beats and the vintage instrument that generates them then look no further than the DrumTraks.