The AtomoSynth Totem is a complete percussion synthesizer voice EUrorack module. The company says that the Totem is not meant to emulate any famous drum machine, but designed for creating your own unique analog drum synth sounds. Here’s a video demo that features four AtomoSynth TOTEM Euro drum modules, each playing a different pattern.
In this video, below, Gaz Williams takes an in depth look at Vermona DRM1 MKIII analog drum synthesizer.
The Human Comparator – creators of the the Two Thousand Six Hundred (TTSH) ARP 2600 clone – have announced a new synth DIY project, the Syncussion SY-1 Percussion Synthesizer. You can get a sneak preview of the Syncussion SY-1 in the video above.
This video, via Sonic State, captures an update from Chris Randall of Audio Damage on his latest Eurorack modules.
In this video, German producer Tobi Neumann shares his approach to making analog kick bass drum sounds with a simple set of Eurorack modular synthesizer gear. Neumann uses five different modules in creating his analog kick drum sounds:
Electro-Harmonix has introduced two new analog drum synth pedals, the Crash Pad and Super Space Drum, based on a vintage set of analog drum synthesizers:
AudioThing has introduced Hand Clapper – a drum synthesizer dedicated to claps sounds. The internal design is inspired by the Boss HC-2. There are three internal noise sources that are used to recreate the classic sound of vintage analog drum machines. It’s also possible to load external samples and sculpt them with the same circuit emulation.
Electro-Harmonix has released the Crash Pad drum synth – an updated version of the 80’s analog original. Like the original from 1980, the Crash Pad can create an array of drum sounds, as well as process external sounds thru its resonant filter. The new version has been updated to respond to expression pedal/CV input for external control… Read More Electro-Harmonix Intros Crash Pad Drum Synth