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Arturia drum machine software announced

Adam Savage
Arturia drum machine software announced

Arturia has introduced its new SPARK Vintage Drum Machines software.

Mixing high-quality samples and virtual analogue synthesis based on Arturia’s TAE (True Analog Emulation) technology, the software accurately emulates Roland’s CR-78, TR-808, and TR-606; Korg’s Mini Pops 7 and KPR-77; Ace Tone’s Rhythm Ace FR-2L; Yamaha’s MR10; Maestro’s Rhythm King MRK2; Boss’ DR-55; Casio’s VL- Tone and SK-1; Simmons’ SDS; Phatwerk; and Micromatix, using TAE.

E-mu’s Drumulator and SP-12; Roland’s TR-909, TR-606, TR-707, TR-727, TR-626 and R8; Oberheim’s DMX; Sequential Circuits’ DrumTraks; Kawai’s R-100; Casio’s RZ-1; Yamaha’s RX5; the LinnDrum; Linn 9000; Pulsator; and Dirty-909 are all sample-based and/or physical modelling hybrids.

All these models from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s are available in a single easy-to-use interface. With 14 high-quality effects and "lightning fast" workflow, SPARK’s Step Sequencer offers simple track creation, while 16 independent audio outputs and MIDI I/O allow DAW integration.

Click here for more information on SPARK Vintage Drum Machines.

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