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ruismaker or ruismaker fm

Yesterday I bought phasemaker and ripplemaker. I like them both. Now that I know the quality of mr @brambos I want ruismaker, but which one should I buy? What is the difference?
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  • edited June 2017

    I like Ruismaker for it's sheer musicality and immediate usability, while still being very customisable.

    I'm sure a lot of people prefer Ruismaker FM though for the other side of that coin, as I believe it is more designed for 'ground up' drum synthesis.

  • edited June 2017

    Ruismaker is like having every drum machine from the past. Ruismaker FM is it's cousin on drugs. I swap both out in my multirack as and when I feel like it. Combining both is amazing.

  • If it can be only one, I would go with ruismaker.

  • Thanks, I'll start with Ruismaker but I have a feeling I'll end up buying both

  • edited January 2018

    The fm version seems to be missing the extensive effect section of the original. Do you find your self missing it?

  • “Either/Or” questions, where @brambos stuff is concerned are best answered with “both” or easier still “all”

  • @ecou said:
    The fm version seems to be missing the extensive effect section of the original. Do you find your self missing it?

    Not really. I generally try to use FX in the host instead anyway.

  • I recommend getting both. Normal ruismaker is more 808 inspired thing that gives those drum machine sounds. FM is well FM, which creates weirder sounds. I use the regular one more, but reach to FM when i want more out there sounds. I like sampling from them to bm3 or mpc and might make drum hits that has layers from both apps. Or add a layer from these to some drum sample

  • edited August 7

    i love the ruismakers for their straight forward simplicity,only feature request i have is...a third one "Ruismaker S" for own (one shot/drum) samples.Same paramter like the original but with an
    added filter knob.Combination of high/low passfilter (turn left=Lp,turn right =Hp).

    That's it.Bring it on ;) @brambos

    sorry,i meant a FOURTH one of course...

  • Buy them both and then buy Noir.

  • @OscarSouth said:
    I like Ruismaker for it's sheer musicality and immediate usability, while still being very customisable.

    I'm sure a lot of people prefer Ruismaker FM though for the other side of that coin, as I believe it is more designed for 'ground up' drum synthesis.

    That's a good quick run down and basically how I use those two together.

    Start with Ruismaker OG, get my classic kick, snare, hat sounds. Get my more noisy particular sounds with FM.

    And Noir...noir is great for a more evolving dynamic or pitched percussion use.

  • Agreed... Buy them all
    In random order, because it's hard to choose just one

    Or all at the same time

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