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VADrumSM by Ryo Togawa (Auv3)

https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1474193057

Description:

Touch drum instruments with classic electronic sound.
VADrumSM is virtual analog drum synthesizers, which can be used as touch instruments or as drum synthesizer modules with MIDI input. VADrumSM also supports AUv3 Audio Unit extensions, which allows users to use this device inside of AUv3 hosts, such as Apple’s GarageBand®.

FEATURES

21 analog modeling drum synthesizers, including 2 bass drums, 2 snare drums, 2 sets of low, mid and high toms, low, mid and high congas, rim shot, claves, hand clap, maracas, closed and open hi-hats, cymbal and cowbell.

3 Layers of 16 XY pad controls (Tone, Level, Pitch)

Trigger Mode (On / Off)

MIDI input (mid note events only)

Support Audio Unit Extensions (AUv3)

Comments

  • What is happening with all these drum synth AUs!?

  • Interesting, expensive. Need more screenshots.

  • The videos on the hopepage sound quite convincing, like a virtual 808 & 909 but without some of the sounds that were samples on the original. It's $20 so I think I'll pass for now...

  • edited September 12

    First app for this dev so will wait on verdict first may be a money grab. Not a casual purchase. It’s definitely raining AU drum apps this week good to see all the competition. The other 2 drum machines from 4Pockets and EG look a lot more up my street so think our give this one a miss.

  • @Samu said:
    The videos on the hopepage sound quite convincing, like a virtual 808 & 909 but without some of the sounds that were samples on the original. It's $20 so I think I'll pass for now...

    Without more visuals or AU parameters, hard to tell if it's just samples playing.

  • @auxmux said:

    @Samu said:
    The videos on the hopepage sound quite convincing, like a virtual 808 & 909 but without some of the sounds that were samples on the original. It's $20 so I think I'll pass for now...

    Without more visuals or AU parameters, hard to tell if it's just samples playing.

    Check the manual and videos on the home page :)
    The size is 1.2MB so it I don't really think it's based around samples...

  • Like Korg level expensive

  • That price is a little ambitious with the other two apps coming out

  • @JackDwyerburger said:
    That price is a little ambitious with the other two apps coming out

    Tell me more!

  • @supadom said:

    @JackDwyerburger said:
    That price is a little ambitious with the other two apps coming out

    Tell me more!

    Indeed. I know about EG Pule. What's the other one?

  • @peanut_gallery said:

    @supadom said:

    @JackDwyerburger said:
    That price is a little ambitious with the other two apps coming out

    Tell me more!

    Indeed. I know about EG Pule. What's the other one?

    Could be Drambo...

    Unless it's two more apps from the same developer?

  • @supadom said:

    @JackDwyerburger said:
    That price is a little ambitious with the other two apps coming out

    Tell me more!

    @peanut_gallery said:

    @supadom said:

    @JackDwyerburger said:
    That price is a little ambitious with the other two apps coming out

    Tell me more!

    Indeed. I know about EG Pule. What's the other one?

    4pockets announced that they have one coming out really soon as well and it’ll be a lot like Pulse

  • edited September 12

    A lot of apps these days seem to be using the same old concept with not much innovation. With so many years in iOS I still cannot quite recreate what I used to be able to with Stroke Machine. That is until now that I’m testing Drambo.

    Now that it is turning into a modular groove box there’s a lot to be excited about. I find all of the latest drum apps uninspiring at best.

    I see what Ryo is trying to do here and one has to be applauded for trying but at this price point I cannot see masses pressing the buy button.

  • edited September 12

    This looks sweet, if it get full automation/midi cc then it could be interesting. Analogue modeling can work well for drums and alot of fine control. Bit different from the sample players. Although i hope the hats can pitch higher than in the example.

  • @supadom said:
    A lot of apps these days seem to be using the same old concept with not much innovation. With so many years in iOS I still cannot quite recreate what I used to be able to with Stroke Machine. That is until now that I’m testing Drambo.

    Now that it is turning into a modular groove box there’s a lot to be excited about. I find all of the latest drum apps uninspiring at best.

    +1 on that. It's a truly rewarding experience and I just love the feeling of being a kid again playing with LEGO :)

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