Arturia Spark Vintage Drum Machines Review

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This video, via airusersblog, offers an extendeded review of Arturia Spark Vintage Drum Machines – a software-only version of its Spark drum machine.


  • 30 legendary drum machines including: Roland TR-808, TR-707, TR-909, CR-78, Korg KPR-77, Mini Pops 7, LinnDrum, Yamaha RX5, Maestro Rhythm King MKII, Simmons SDS V,…
  • Easy workflow: one interface to learn, thirty drum machines to play
  • Made for live performance: XY Pad, Beat Looper, Slicer, Real-time automation on all parameters
  • 14 high quality effects : Multiband Compressor, Reverb, Bit crusher, Multiband EQ, Chorus, Delay, Distortion, Phaser, Plate reverb, Destroyer, Flanger, Space pan, Limiter, Sub generator
  • Spark’s Step Sequencer makes track creation a breeze
  • Perfect integration: 16 independant audio outputs, midi I/O
  • Unparalleled sound quality based on virtual analog synthesis (TAE®) and high resolution sampling
  • 64 patterns pre-programmed for each drum machine

Arturia Spark Vintage Drum Machines is available now for $99. See the Arturia site for details.

5 thoughts on “Arturia Spark Vintage Drum Machines Review

  1. I picked up Spark Vintage Drum Machines and really like it. Having all these old boxes in one place, with one easy to use interface has been a nice consolidation.

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  2. i am not a fan of browsing sample libraries for drums. my battery library gets messed up regularly.
    much more prefer sculpting synth drums. i like this and the price is right. getting it.

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  3. I like it. It has some really cool features and the sound is great and gives you the 70s or 80s vibe instantly.

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  4. greet review, I’m a big fan of the Yamaha R-8, very powerful machine, expensive when it first came out, great sounds. DMX, Linn Drum, and all the rest it’s a deal it’s a steal. the drag and drop bit both out and back in is very cool. As a Reason, I can see a very bright future in the combination of programs.

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  5. “Da Da Da” was by German band Trio. If I recall correctly the rest of the album was not so good but that track is just unique but leans so heavily on that drum machine.


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