Roland’s TR-6S recreates the classic sounds of its ’80s drum machines

Roland TR-06 Drum machine


The TR-06 Drumatix is what Roland phone calls a “detailed reproduction of the Roland TR-606 Drumatix from the ‘80s,” albeit with some modern upgrades. It retains the tone of the initial, which was at first a industrial failure but grew to become a cult merchandise in the ‘90s, appearing on albums like Huge Attack’s Security. Having said that, it’s been up to date with functions like effects, an onboard compressor, tempo hold off and the skill to control tuning, decay and pan for every single instrument.

It also employs a step sequencers, but it’s been up to date with sub-methods for ratcheted pieces, step-loops and other superior functions. It has 5 cause outputs and a cause input, along with a large-high-quality USB audio interface and battery operation for cell productions. The TR-06 also fees $four hundred and comes in late Oct.

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