NUSofting BDM Drum Synthesizer Released

NUSofting BDM Drum Synthesizer

NuSofting has introduced Broken Drum Machine, a VST inspired by a combination of several old school beat boxes and the circuit-bending culture around the “toy” Casio and Yamaha keyboards of the 80s.

BDM is a plugin instrument designed for the musicians who love chaos and usually find the unpredictable behaviour of an uncontrollable sound machine stimulating and inspiring.BDM offers four drum pads in the style of an old beat box- one each for Bass Drum, Snare, Hi-Hat and Stick.

Each pad features the usual suspects for shaping the synthesized sound, including tone, decay, pitch, pan and gain. On top of the standard controls comes the broken factor – each pad features its own sliders for chaos and chance. Chaos sets the amount of variations to the original sound, and chance is the probability algorithm for the chaos to occur. By varying and automating the chaos and chance sliders, you can achieve a infinite range of wild and unpredictable sounds, similar to creating glitches and bleeps by manipulating an analog circuit.


  • Addictive ever changing sound
  • Blend of acoustic and electronic sound, PCM + VCO generation
  • Seven “Chaos” Modulations of various parameters
  • Controllable random crackles generation.
  • 4 Mono + 1 Stereo out
  • MIDI Learn for each parameter
  • Customizable default PCM sound bank and skin using the Modpacks

BDM is available for the PC/VST for$44.90.

2 thoughts on “NUSofting BDM Drum Synthesizer Released

  1. BDM VSTi is an alternative for who like to make music with PC only, it is not a *replacement* for the analog gears users.
    More toys = more different sounds

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