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Reaktor TR-909

DRUM_MACHINE from the 90`s TR-909 by Roland Corp.

(339 Votes)
3.0 (Updated 15 years ago)
1.0MB
June 21, 2004
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sampler

DESCRIPTION

Want that all time best electronic drum generator ,well here`s something that looks and taste like almost the real thing in VST & DXi. thanks to every body at NI.:)
hihats are cutting .

COMMENTS  (29)

William Howard
2 months ago
This is great.
Daniel Hogan
5 years ago
Love ye olde 909. Thank you. :)
Forrest Gore
9 years ago
Could get rid of some of that empty space at the top and make bigger knobs... :)
Aaron Diemel
12 years ago
bumbaclott
Aaron Diemel
12 years ago
just downloaded and will give feedback
Jörg Schnitzer
12 years ago
Nice user-interface for a real classic! Thx, well done!
aymeric varlet
13 years ago
why not adding distortion ?
Roberto Caballero
14 years ago
nice and simple.Gracias señor!
antoine audon
14 years ago
how do you rewire a sequencer to it?...and wich one?
wilfried thierry
15 years ago
since i've bought my drumstation, i use this one, however it's quite noisy...
Tsutomu Yoshida
15 years ago
very nice
Robbie Watson
15 years ago
love this cheers
Onhcet D.J.Onhcet
15 years ago
Very Nice.However if you compare it to the real thing there are some (minor)issues.The original has the tendency to play notes slightly later as the clock cycle evolves causing a more laidback groove.In Sx or logic this can be solved by shifting some of the notes in your pattern slightly.In live4 this is trickier.Because of this the hihats in this plug-in are sounding more hasty. Further in the original the step sequencer has (with the toms and kick)the possibility to program different sounding steps (velocity??) which can create very nice percussive effects.In the plu the only thing what happens is that the velocity changes.(or am I missing out on something here?) As I can see it now the only way to use it like the real thing ,and to get the subbtle differences in sound,is to use at least a dozen of them or use numourous controllers. I hpoe that this functionality together with seperate outputs will be added in the future.I did some experimentation of my own here but the only result I had was a destroit patch.
patrick huber
15 years ago
cool
michael huckaby
15 years ago
very nice. need a little more documentation though.
eddie sullivan
16 years ago
Once i figured out how to trigger it (It only responds to a few MIDI notes) I love it!
Norman Wilson
16 years ago
This is a nice simple ensemble, but with some thought you could make it a lot more efficient. All the voices are very similar. If you made the ensemble polyphonic and routed the controls accordingly it would run with much less CPU load.
shouichi hirayama
16 years ago
NIce!
Donovan Stringer
16 years ago
with all that room in the gui, how about a stepper, or at least an option to audition from the screen pads? It looks really nice, but functionality is primitive.
Al Watson
16 years ago
any chance of sorting out some individual outputs?
Al Watson
16 years ago
i thought they were allright actually..... i mean, i've heard loads worse. it's all objective i spose......
Brad Apodaca
16 years ago
Don't take this the wrong way, but the samples are kinda weak. I tend to compare all 808/909 emulations to ReBirth, which is the best outside of the real thing. IMHO. Also, this needs a sequencer. Patterns are fun. Looks good, though I forsee a name change. How about Go Nad? heh heh!
Donovan Stringer
16 years ago
I was thrown off by a lack of a sequnecer :P
Donovan Stringer
16 years ago
opps :)
Donovan Stringer
16 years ago
Has anyone else gotten it to work?
GG.G SakabeaT
16 years ago
call it RONAND (breton name)or something...or Groland (groland name)...,
Al Watson
16 years ago
QUICK! i better download it before they remove it! hehe! looks cool!
Bagnoud Hervé
16 years ago
Nice but you might remove the Roland logo before NI remove your ensemble ;-)
Donovan Stringer
16 years ago
what's the trick to getting it to work, or is this just a GUI shell?
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