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Hands on drum computing monster for studio use
This one's not for the faint of heart. You can't save settings. There is no recall. Neither is there USB connectivity. It's all analog baby.
I pair it with an Octatrack to sample parts when magic moments unfold.
About getting creative when using the DRM as a standalone: You can use the Master out on the back, or plug in TRS cables for each output on the front to separate tracks. When using a Y-style stereo plug you can route the L channel into a send effect and use the R signal, from that effect, back into the DRM. The machine will feed the processed signal back into the Master mix. This basically means you can have 8 effect pedals next to the DRM, one for each track and go nuts.
For me this is an ideal instrument. It's build like a solid piece of metal ( or tank if you prefer ). The knobs feel great. The sound quality is up to par.
I love to get lost when jamming on the DRM. Realising that I will never return to this exact spot in time and space.
Great Drum Synthesizer
The Vermona DRM1 is a great drum synth, capable of TR-808, CR-78 and other vintage drum machine sounds as well as many other interesting bleeps and bloops. Probably the best feature is that each channel can have an independent output, allowing for independent processing of each channel.