DM1 - The Drum Machine

DM1 - The Drum Machine

Easy to use drum machine for Mac

DM1 - The Drum Machine is an advanced but easy-to-use Drum Machine for Mac. It has 86 electronic drum kits and whether you're a music professional or a novice, it's a lot of fun. View full description

PROS

  • Very easy to use
  • Same format as iOS version
  • Realistic beats
  • Slick interface

CONS

  • May be buggy at times

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DM1 - The Drum Machine is an advanced but easy-to-use Drum Machine for Mac. It has 86 electronic drum kits and whether you're a music professional or a novice, it's a lot of fun.

Midi In & Out

DM1 - The Drum Machine supports both Midi In & Out and provides a perfect mix between fun and powerful features that even professionals will appreciate. You can also export beats to Logic Pro if you're a professional producer.

5 Main Sections

DM1 - The Drum Machine has 5 main features:

Step sequencer: To create random beats and rhythms Drum pads: Let your fingers be your drumsticks Mixer: Adjust the volume, pitch, pan, sample length and drum of your mixes FX trackpads: Distort, modulate and transform your beats with Overdrive, Delay, Reverb, Phaser, Dalek, Formant, Resonant Filter & Compressor. Song composer: Drag and drop patterns onto your timeline.

Great sound

The sound you get out of DM1 - The Drum Machine is very impressive. The beats have lots of bass and sound realistic and combined with the ease of use, make creating music a lot of fun.

Conclusion

DM1 - The Drum Machine is a fun app that makes creating music on your Mac a lot of fun.

DM1 - The Drum Machine

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DM1 - The Drum Machine

— User reviews — about DM1 - The Drum Machine

  • "Best drum app ever!"

    I already have DM1 on my iPad. The fullscreen mode on my iMac 27 is incredible sounds are pretty good, i love it. . More.

    reviewed on May 24, 2016

  • johnlindquist

    by johnlindquist

    "NOT a free download - cost is $9.99."

    This download takes you to the Mac App store and it is NOT a free download. More.

    reviewed on April 20, 2015