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Drum Machines utilise samples or synthesis in order to sequence or record percussive elements using pads or buttons. Many include a step sequencer to allow users to sequence a beat step-by-step. Such drum machines are incredibly versatile, offering the opportunity to create melodic percussive sequences, in addition to conventional drum sounds. The use of samples and time stretching further.
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Roland’s TR-808, released in 1980 and discontinued three years later, remains one of the all time classic analogue drum machines. The TR-08 is a modern take on the classic sound, this time recreated digitally using Roland’s Analogue Circuit Behaviour (ACB) technology. Deep, booming kick drums and sizzling hi-hats are a speciality. It’s very, very close to the sound of the real thing for.
The Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer, commonly known as the 808, is a drum machine manufactured by the Roland Corporation between 1980 and 1983. It was one of the first drum machines to allow users to program rhythms instead of using preset patterns. Unlike its nearest competitor at the time, the more expensive Linn LM-1, the 808 generates sounds using analog synthesis rather than playing samples.
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Ikutaro Kakehashi—the late founder of Roland and inventor of the 808 and 909—first got interested in drum machines after seeing the Wurlitzer SideMan 5000. So it’s well worth mentioning! The SideMan is the first commercially available drum machine dating from the late 50’s. The machine uses a blend of electronic and motorized mechanical.
To celebrate 808 day, listen to a few important tracks that have utilised the Roland drum machine since its launch in 1980, including music by Afrika Bambaataa, Drexciya and Kanye West.