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DR-910 - TR-909 emulation
DR-910 is a Roland TR-909 drum machine emulation.

The instrument itself does not need presentations: used by artists like Moby, Fatboy Slim, The Prodigy, Jean Michel Jarre, The Chemical Brothers, Faithless and many many others, the TR-909 quickly became one of the most classic pieces of gear in the electronic musician's arsenal.

In terms of sound the DR-910 VSTi is a faithful reproduction of the original device: each sound section (bassdrum, snare drum, etc.) has been developed to sound and act as similar as possible to the original instrument. The plugin includes also some extra features not available in the hardware version: a reverb unit with independent send controls for each sound source, a compressor tailored to work with drum sounds (based on the same engine of MaxSynths DSP-1) and a Lo-Fi FX processor.

These extra features will help the user to quickly shape the sound as desired without using external plugins. However if you need to process the signal with external effects, each drum module can be routed to four different stereo outputs that can be independently processed in the DAW.
  • Faithful emulation of the original sound.
  • Four stereo outputs.
  • Mute and pan options for each instrument.
  • Independent send level to the built-in reverb unit for each instrument.
  • Built-in compressor featuring IDP cicrcuit.
  • Built-in reverb unit routable to output 1-4.
  • Lo-Fi FX with three independent modes.
  • Full MIDI support through MIDI CC#.
  • Behringer BCR-2000 custom template.
  • Easy to operate.
  • Low CPU usage.

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Jan 28 2019
  Patrick
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  ?  / 5
Great emulation - the best - thank you. I had a TR909 - bought for £200 and thought I was a genius businessman when I sold it for £250.|I never missed the actual 909. Hardware for collectors only. Use this emulation for making music in your DAW. Respect.
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Jan 11 2019
  Gwugluud Barcher
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  3  / 5
News flash, Millennials... I'm rilly rilly impressed by your hipster cred with your "bringing back" these classics and everything, but what you're not understanding is that, the reason these were called drum "machines", was because they were programmable. You could program the kick, snare and other bits under a "record" function, and then press a "play" function, and it would play beats on its own. During the 70s, we didn't stab drum machines with an instrument cable until it made a hole, and then we hooked it up to our Hammond organ and played it with the organ's keys. More 101-level, very basic research is needed, so you man-buns can understand the way this stuff was. Duh.
Patrick
Jan 28 2019
I had a TR909 (and loads of analogue stuff) in the 80's. Sorry, too young for 70's as I'm only 52. I love the latest tech and emulations. Old hardware is for people who like it, and collectors. Doesn't mean anyone else is wrong. Note it's called an 'emulation'. I recall when samplers came out and there was uproar about them being 'not real instruments'.
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Oct 09 2018
  Me
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  ?  / 5
Abybody knows how to control this thing :(( ???
Anonymous
Oct 24 2018
Make a midi track in cubase/reaper/ or any daw with this vsti as instrument.
Patrick
Jan 28 2019
It will work brilliantly in your DAW.
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Sept 10 2018
  Loopita Sampling
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  5  / 5
YESSSS!!!!....Perfect 909!!....Thanx Max!!!
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Jul 03 2018
  Andrei
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  4  / 5
Excellent 909. I miss a sequencer tho.
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Jun 02 2018
  Engeltone
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  5  / 5
Oh so grateful... I really appreciate it. Live long 909!!
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May 04 2018
  Patrick
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  ?  / 5
Like a previous reviewer, I sold my TR909 and bought a sampler. In my case I bought a Casio FZ1 - boy I loved that machine. I also sold my OSC Oscar (it broke down all the time). Now I have the DR-910 and Imposcar by Gforce. Thank you so much :)
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Nov 19 2017
  Divine
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  5  / 5
I use to have a TR-909 in 1988 Sold it later to invest in a S-10 Roland sampler. This VST is like the real version. Perfect !!! And yes its a analog emulation and sound. Not just some samples. Respect !!!!
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Sept 02 2017
  TheNeverScene
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  5  / 5
When you need that 909, look no further.
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Aug 26 2017
  Natious
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  5  / 5
The sound is very close like the original thing. Thanks!
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Apr 28 2017
  Raver
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  5  / 5
Definitely 5 stars, this is like getting the D16 Drumazon for free thank you very much Maxsynths.
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Apr 14 2017
  Baron F.
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  5  / 5
Felt in love with it the very first moment I tried it. Not a big fan of drum machines but this one is something incredible.
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Apr 03 2017
  starfighter
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  ?  / 5
One of my favorite drum machines, effortless sounds.
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Mar 02 2017
  I had it stuffed this morning
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  5  / 5
You can buy Roland TR-09 (you can't afford to get a real TR-909), or you can buy a Roland TR-9, or you can use this plugin. They're all very good!
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Jan 15 2017
  Ken B
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  5  / 5
Absolutely amazing, well worth the donation..... as good as any paid for emulation.
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Nov 13 2016
  tEk49
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  5  / 5
awesome vst..... tweakable, routable, reverbable, compressible, believable, usable...... wonderfullable..... thanks Maxisynths.
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Nov 06 2016
  Zoran
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  ?  / 5
Top one
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Jul 09 2016
  Ilya
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  5  / 5
The best TR-909 on the net. A nice compressor included.
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Jun 20 2016
  JEC
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  ?  / 5
Yup, excellent new toy. Thanks.
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Dec 22 2015
  dude
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  5  / 5
Freakin' awesome, only drawback is 32 bit, better than some paid versions.
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Nov 27 2015
  franck
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  5  / 5
Very good, merci !
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