What's your all-time favourite DRUM Machine?

One entry only please. I think I will go for Jomox Alpha Base :slight_smile: :smiley:

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Analog Four

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MachineDrum, without any hesitation

(I had the Rytm but the sound possibilities don’t compare)

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mduwwww

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Without a doubt, the classic 606. (Always wanted a 909 and MD though, maybe my answer would be different)

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Roland TR8-S

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Simmons SDX :stuck_out_tongue:
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Gene Hoglan.

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Probably the Korg ESX-1 (but an honourable mention to the Roland CR8000 as it was my main drum box for almost as long.)

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Roland TR-8S

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For me, it has to be Roland TR-8S

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Roland HandSonic HPD-15.
no pedals/hi-hat controllers plugged in on this pic — but this is possible.
also, has built-in 4-track sequencer, so i love it paired with DSI Tetra.

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Digitakt

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Few votes already but TR8S for me

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Lars Ulrich on Peyotl.

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Although I have replaced it with a TR-8S, the Korg E2 (both synth and sampler versions) is the machine I most enjoyed for percussion duties.

As I want to hardware sequence everything via my MC-707 the E2S was no longer viable as every sound receives on a different MIDI channel.

As all the TR-8S sounds respond to a single MIDI channel, I only need a single track on the MC-707 to sequence it.

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I mean, everyone (?) loves a 909, but for this price? And what does the seller have against Belgium? Seems rum to me…

TR-8S for me too…just good fun for jamming and love those sliders!

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MD no contest.

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