2011-10-19/Comments Off on DM1 – The Drum Machine – Price Drop
SPECIAL PRICE: $0.99/£0.69 instead of $5.99/£3.99 until 24th October 2011 — DM1 is an advanced vintage Drum Machine. It turns your iPad into a fun and creative beat making machine.( Easy and fast to use, loaded with 40 superb electronic drum kits and beautiful hyper-realistic graphics, DM1 has been designed for a lot of instant fun.
1 – THE STEP SEQUENCER frees your imagination with a smart use of the multi-touch screen. Just turn on and off steps in your sequence with the tip of your fingers to create cool beats, or unexpected rhythms!
2 – THE DRUM PADS simply lets you play and record the beat that tickles your fingers. No need to be a first-class drummer, automatic quantize does the work for you.
3 – THE MIXER for quick and subtle sound mixing of your drum kits. Featuring settings for volume, pitch, sample length, custom drum kit element for each channel, mute and solo mode.
4 – THE FX TRACKPADS a creative duo of FX trackpads to distort, modulate and transform your beats. The effects include: Overdrive, Delay, Phaser, Texturizer, Robotizer, Filter and Compressor.
5 – THE SONG COMPOSER allows you to quickly make a song with the beat patterns you have created. Just drag and drop the patterns onto the timeline. Fast and easy.
✔ Graphic design by Jonas Eriksson
✔ Smart ergonomy for fast creativity and fun
✔ 40 vintage and produced drum kits, mastered at in-house Fingerlab Sound Studios
✔ Mixer page with pitch, length and level rotary controls, pan controls, and custom drum kit per channel
✔ Extra fast drum kit loading
✔ Playable pattern selection for extra creativity
✔ 9 Big Drum pads, quantized recording and MPC-like Repeat touch-stripe
✔ Step Sequencer with multi-touch matrix
✔ Duo FX Trackpads for real-time sonic destruction and multi-FX
✔ Mode song with intuitive editing
✔ High-quality export to email or iTunes shared folder
✔ Audio background mode
DM1 has been designed for a lot of instant fun. -Your budget is one of the most important things to consider before buying any drum machine. Drummer machines range from $200 to upwards of $3000. Setting a clear budget for a drum machine is necessary as reported by MusicCritic.–…
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