March 18th, 2006, 19:57 Posted By: wraggster
The Chuckster has released Nintendo DS Drum Machine, heres the details:
The Roland TR-909 drum machine is the beat box that launched the electronic dance music revolution. As Ishkur says in his EDM Guide, "The 909 doesn't have a bass drum -- that's just a weird thud emanating from the box that has launched a million dance records." The familiar oonst oonst oonst rhythm and the signature hand clapping has filled dance floors since 1980.
I wrote DS Drum Machine to pay homage to this classic drum machine that is ubiquitous throughout trance music. I love the sound of it. Want to rap, dance, or practice beat boxing? Better do it in style by whipping out your Nintendo DS with DS Drum Machine on it.
Enjoy. Hope you can make some tight beats with this. Pump up the jam!
Features: Relatively full 909 sample set included, 16th note resolution, adjustable BPM, FL Studio-like loop editor, basic pattern support.
Future Plans: 808 samples (house music is important, too), more 909 features (tune, attack, decay), 303ish software synth (I'm already perfecting a PC prototype), a sequencer, a mixer, arbitrary sample sets, special effects (delay, chorus, low-pass), touch screen support, and a graphical user interface.
- News -Update - Nobody could run the GBAMP version, so I made a version that works on everything with the samples hard coded into the binary. Check the download links above. It even works in Dualis with sound.
03.18.06 - After sitting around on my hard drive for over a month, I felt like releasing it. Hope you have as much fun playing around with it as I did coding it.
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