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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Wally's Sensible Haircut a professional user from Amerikore writes:
For saving you $1200, Hammerhead does one hell of a job emulating the 909. I think people are really getting way to anal about purity -- put this in the mix, maybe run it thru some distortion first, hell, with a good soundcard you're not going to notice a whole lot of difference. I started using hammerhead becuause I needed a decent drum machine, and at the time, it was the only thing out there. Now that there's REbirth, I think I'll be using the included drumkits just to make things easier. Qualitywise, i don't think they are that much different. Live, we are wusses and use a MC-303. We don't find alot of complaints amazingly enough. I'm never going to shell out $1000 or more for some old drum machine so people will think I'm cool.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
Jeremy Arsenaul a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
Hammerhead is a great program. Excellent drum sounds to begin with and you can always add your own too. Great for people just getting into music and don't want to to shell out $$$$ for overpriced retro gear.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
Rating: a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Hammerhead isn't all that great. It's a fun toy for people who like to make bang bang noises on their

computer, but beyond that it's poo. It's not all that ideal for trackers at all. It's just a bunch of samples

from an MC-303 (It's true. I recognize specific ones). Why waste time

making the loop, dumping to a 125k audio file, and using it in a tracker when

you can just extract the 3 or 4 instruments you were using and use those

in your sampler or tracker? Saves a lot of space. I guess the shuffle and frequency stretch/compression for keeping things in

sync is nice, but if you know enough about timing you can do this yourself. Also, the bank compiler doesn't have enough features. It would have been nice

to define samples to cut other samples off like the internal samples do (the

breakbeats and hi-hats). I love Hammerhead to play with, and I don't mean to come down on it, but as a

serious &quot;tool&quot;, it's useless.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
gcheron a 0 user from australia writes:
i have used the hammerhead on 9 songs that i am presently recording and putting them out on a c.d. ive found the drum loops very easy and efficient to work with.i composed the songs using hammerhead as their main rhythm.the songs are kinda drum and bass but very lyrical and not sung quite the same as a d&b singer/rapper.i would love to send whoever a copy of the c.d when finished.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
august motzer a.k.a. justin space a professional user from the great U.S. of fucking A. writes:
this program is the dope stuff ive been looking for all this time . i could just about produce all my tracks with this prog.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
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