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  • 2016 EM Review - Part 5: Electronic Percussion

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      Part 5 of our series looking back at 2016 showcases the many drum machine and electronic percussion products that were released last year. 


      Arturia DrumBrute Analog Drum Machine

      The DrumBrute from Arturia is an analog drum machine aimed at modern indie-rock bands, dance music producers and DJs, hip-hop artists, and electronic musicians. The unit features 17 pure-analog drum sounds, which build on the history of classic drum machines and offer an expanded feature set including high-performance effects and a modern step sequencer.

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      Clavia Nord Drum 3P Modeling Percussion Synthesizer

      The super compact new Nord Drum 3P combines stunning playability with unlimited sound design possibilities! New features include integrated multi-pad, Reverb and Delay effects, a simplified sound selection mode and new Sound Banks for quickly creating custom kits on the fly.

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      DRM1 MKIII Analog Drum Synthesizer

      Analogue drum-machine for any rhythmic position features a uniquely universal with unparalleled uniqueness If you are searching for the perfect emulation of analogue drum classics, we unfortunately have to disappoint you. Our DRM1 MKIII is anything but a clone. 

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      Korg Volca Kick Analogue Kick Generator

      An analog kick generator that delivers powerful sounds from kick drum to kick bass. The volca series has consistently brought renewed attention to classic groove machines and historical synthesis. It now has a new focus. This time, it's the most important sound in dance music: the kick. 

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      Roland TR-09 Rhythm Composer

      The influence of the TR-909 drum machine is still heard—and felt—more than three decades after it was launched. Now, the 909 sound is available as part of the Roland Boutique series in the form of the TR-09. Featuring the same front-panel layout and user interface of the original, the TR-09 is powered by Roland’s ACB technology, delivering the speaker-pummelling power of the TR-909 in a super-affordable and portable format. Offering precise control over an array of drum parameters and the ability to keep playing when switching modes, the TR-09 may be compact, but it still has the power to move people. Studio sessions are well catered for too, with four separate outputs via USB audio, external instrument control via a trigger output, and USB MIDI.

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      Did we miss something?

      Even with 1,000+ synths in the library. It is entirely possible we missed some things. Please help us by leaving a comment and link to any new products from 2016 that we missed We will be happy to update these reports with the information ASAP. EMjoy!


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