Sequential Circuits DrumTraks
The DrumTraks is a very programmable classic drum machine from the eighties. While its electronic drum kit sounds may not be as popular today as the TR-909 or TR-808, the DrumTraks exceeds them with superior editing capabilities. Thirteen drum sounds all with programmable tuning and level control. Extensive editing with copy and paste ability. There's even a mixer section for individual sounds, six individual outputs, one mono mix output, and cassette in/out for offline memory storage.
Pretty basic and easy programming, record a couple patterns and link them into a song. The DrumTraks can output a 24PPQN clock signal and is also fully MIDI capable. This makes it very easy to use with old analogs and new MIDI synths and sequencers. If your looking for classic eighties electro beats and the vintage instrument that generates them then look no further than the DrumTraks. It is used by Orbital, Freddy Fresh, and Prince.
- Demos & Media
Video 1 - Sequential Circuits Drumtraks Drum-Machine
Audio Clip 1 - A sample drum loop and individual hits of each drum tone.
Samples - These are individual audio samples of the Drumtracks 13 tones, in 16-bit, 44.1kHz wav format.
Manual - The original Drumtracks owners manual in PDF format.
- Polyphony - 12 voices
- Sounds - 13 tones: kick, snare, toms, hi-hats and cymbals
- Patterns - 100
- Songs - 100 (3300 note capacity)
- Keyboard - 13 Trigger Buttons
- Effects - None
- Control - MIDI IN/OUT, Run/Stop and Next/Repeat Foot switches, Click IN/OUT
- Date Produced - 1984
- Resources & Credits
Images from Perfect Circuit Audio.
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