E-mu Drumulator Sampled

Drumulator From Mars offers the 12-bit sound of Depeche Mode drums circa 1983-84      05/10/17



Samples From Mars have released Drumulator From Mars featuring sounds from E-mu's Drumulator. This is what they have to say about it...

The Drumulator is a 12 bit drum machine created in 1983 by Emu Systems. After achieving success with the Emulator, Emu took aim at creating a much more affordable Linn LM1. And while the results certainly didn't sound like an LM1, the Drumulator nonetheless had a successful run in the 80s, and is featured on countless productions, from Patrick Cowley to Depeche Mode (some people say it's the sound of Depeche Mode from '83-'84). And while it doesn't exactly do Linn, it does its own thing quite well: crunchy and lo-fi, 12bit 80's drums.

Contents:

  • 500 24bit WAV Drumulator & Drumulator MPC60 Samples
  • 7 pre-made 16x hit kits for instant jamming
  • Gritty, lesser known 80s drum machine hits including: Bass Drum, Snare, Clap, Clave, Cowbell, Hi Hats, Ride, Toms and Rim
  • All original drumulator samples captured cleanly
  • Additional colored samples and MPC60 versions (at all possible tunings)
  • Fattest Drumulator Bass Drum of all time?
  • Ableton includes (1) master drum rack containing all samples, and (7) pre-made kits racks
  • Kontakt, Logic, Reason & Structure include: (25) individual hit instruments, and (7) kits instruments
  • Maschine & Battery include: 7 pre-made kits
  • MPC1000 & MPC2500 include: 7 pre-made kits on 2 MPC Programs
  • 75 MB Unzipped





Pricing and Availability:
$29

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