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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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Thomas E. writes:
oops - I did it again

that was a 3 not a 2 rating (soooory - dont playa hate me)

well, no wait - its a 2 because the bottom gets EXTREMELY AND DANGEROUSLY hot and could actually hurt a child - like your little brother .

My maid even put a big handle on it and uses it as an iron !

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-02-2002 at 19:59
ted horlor a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
Just the other day , I stumbled on a drumulator. A friend of mine had it ( bluegrass junkie so I kind of figured he'd part with it ) 10 years ago and kept telling me about it. Sounds are kind of cool so far though I must admit I have not gone cover - cover through the manual ( can't believe it was still there) Any tips? I am running it through a Fender Pro-Reverb at the moment until I figure something else out............ its my first time touching a drum machine so I can not compare.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-16-2001 at 18:22
christophe a professional user from Belgium (Europe) writes:
Emu drumulator is a cool machine,good usefull sound.I prefer one with midi.the midi is easy to work with.Got some separated outputs. The clap,hihat's and toms are still used today in alot of techno,house,ambient productions.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-23-2001 at 05:20
Rox Wondaz a professional user from Detroit Mi writes:
For a machine that's been out for almost 20 years, this machine is nice!! For todays's standards, it can't hold a nickel up to just about anything made within the last 10 years, but that's where samplers come into play. In stock form, you can't tune any of the sounds, but once sampled, they are a little more than wonderfull. Don't settle for the drumulator sample kits that's on the net.. I sampled my drumulator straight from the box, it it sounds a hell of a lot better. The kicks kick, the snare is snappy, the claps are wicked.. all the sounds are good except for the cymbal (and I hate Tom sounds anyways). The sequencer is a pain in the ass to program, but I haven't really tried to figure it out. If you have a sampler (I use the MPC2000xl) hook it up, edit the sounds, and get ready to enjoy. It's a real classic/serious looking rare piece, and for the cheap price (usually less than 100 bux) it'll look good in your studio... these things sold for $995.00 when new back in 1982! So quit BS'n! Skip the sample kits, and get this box!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-03-2001 at 03:39
Herb Legowitz a professional user from Iceland writes:
nice toms, nice everything!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-17-1999 at 03:43
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