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|Average rating: 4.7 out of 5|
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|sue from uk writes:|
yes i agree that who wants to sound like everyone else? not me....... all the sounds except the sidestick and cowbell are different on lm1 and linndrum i feel the lm1 to be more authentic how ever the linndrum is very excellent to o but we are here to discuss lm1!!
it is too funky for words just think of many songs weather you like em or not! that had this like, toto coelo the human league sharron redd heaven 17 devo etc etc... a great sounding machine from a genius.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-16-2006 at 08:50|
|down tunned clap a professional user from everey where writes:|
lm1s are great dont let anyone tell u ortherwise
m j thriller lp is lm1 where drum machnie is used
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-May-13-2005 at 09:30|
|WD a hobbyist user writes:|
Some collectors will pay $ for this because of the rarity combined with what is still the best feel and sound quality made ie Prince and his LM-1s. You can just change the sound chips to allow it to sound more contemporary by substituing the usual cheesy Roland drum sounds instead of the stock sounds.
I'd suggest the more common Linndrum. Only a few differences while retaining the same superior sound quality and feel:
-LM-1 has individual tuning of each drum sound, Linndrum has a universal, internal tuning knob. Only a few of the Linndrum sounds can be individually tweaked. Not a big deal to most. -Most of the sounds are the same, excepting the kick and bongo sounds as two examples. The Linndrum kick's better and is the classic Linn bass drum you'll hear on records; still better than anything i've heard since in terms of realism and weight. -Linndrum's much smaller and is inexpensive to buy because realistic drum sounds have been out of vogue for decades since the House/cheesy Roland drum sounds became so prominent. In the old daze you only got a Roland drum machine if you couldn't afford a Linndrum or Oberheim. -Cheesy Roland drum sound chips can be used in a Linndrum or LM-1 so that you can sound just like everyone else..
|Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-17-2005 at 06:28|
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