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Ok. This is a hardware question..

 

I currently use reason to make all of my music.

Meaning the Redrum is like a God to me.

 

But, I am looking to move towards hardware, doing some alternative metal/punk/trance blendish stuff...

 

Anyways, the firs tthing I am looking for is a drum machine.

I really enjoy the way the redrums sequencer is, very 909ish... I think. pretty sure that's what it's modeled after.

 

So, I'm looking for a drum machine that has a sequencer like the 909/redrum, but, like redrum, plays samples instead of oscillating the sounds, so I can add things that aren't traditional drum sounds.

 

So, I might actually be looking for a sampler, I don't know... I'm new to hardware.

 

I really enjoy the 909 from what I've seen, especially the buttons, how it's like typing on a really old keyboard... And how it's built like a tank.

 

as a matter of fact, I would LOVE to get a 909, but, I've only seen them for upwards of 1grand, and I am looking for something a little cheaper.

 

So, I'm basically just looking for some points in the right direction as to what I am looking for and how I can find it.

 

Something under 800 dollars would be good, but I am willing to accept that that might not be possible for what I'm looking for.,...

 

 

Oh also, does anyone know what machine atari teenage riot used?

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Ok. This is a hardware question..

WTF !!!

 

You fooled us all didn't you, you crazy FUUUUUUCK !!!

Letting us all believe you was about to show us a GOOD DRUM MACHINE!!!

But no, once you click it and open the damn thread it turns out to be a fucking question ?!!

You sick twisted little man!

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WTF !!!

 

You fooled us all didn't you, you crazy FUUUUUUCK !!!

Letting us all believe you was about to show us a GOOD DRUM MACHINE!!!

But no, once you click it and open the damn thread it turns out to be a fucking question ?!!

You sick twisted little man!

 

hmm, I did not realize it would be so misleading, I apologize for the inconvience

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check out the old electribes used, super cheap, probly can get one for less than a 100 bucks USD. Korg ES-1 is just a sampler, the other one is more a synth drum machine. The ES is probly what you want, it would basically be like a hardware redrum. get the smart media card for it and the reader, should be able to find it bundled used on ebay with an ES. tons of fun.

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Yeah. I'm probably going to go with the ES-1 MK11, just because I like the way it looks better than the other one and the fact that it's really inexpensive, so after this I suppose I'll work on getting a synth, I'll probably buy a 303 kit and make one. like x0xb0x or something.

 

Is there any real difference between the normal ES-1 and the MK11? Or is it all aeshetic.

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Or you could get NI's Battery. I know its not hardware,

but you will pay more and get less with a hardware drummachine.

 

 

A few years ago Yamaha made something that I wanted, basically an FM synth with a drummachine.

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