IK Multimedia UNO Drum: You don’t have to go big to sound huge

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After releasing their UNO Synth product last year, the Italy-based company, IK Multimedia is coming up with a new product they called UNO Drum in which they promise a lot more. The confidence’s level is so high that IK Multimedia is putting the tag “you don’t have to go big to sound huge” on their latest product.

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Constructed with  Soundmachines – a similar group behind IK’s UNO Synth – UNO Drum offers a wide sonic palette consolidating fat, punchy simple sounds with computerized adaptability and accommodation.

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A powerful determination of programming and live execution highlights and controls makes it simple for artists, makers, and DJs to add drum sections to their music. UNO Drum’s smaller structure, battery control, and reasonable value make it perfect for in music creation and execution.

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Six warm, rich, genuine simple drum sounds – two distinctive kick drums in addition to catches, applauds, and hi-hat – structure the fundamental center pack for making fat simple thumps. Extra PCM components (with 54 tests to browse) give further sonic flavors.

They include toms, rims, cowbells, rides and crash cymbals for creating complex, unique and full rhythm tracks. Up to 12 elements can be used in total between analog and digital sounds, with 11-voice polyphony available.

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The simple and computerized components can be openly swapped, for sonic potential outcomes that go past the pre-set blends. Together, these simple and PCM sounds suit the vastest types of music and artists and an assortment of live situations.

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A wide scope of drum components is sorted out in UNO Drum’s 100 pre-customized and completely editable drum unit presets, a first in its group. This makes it simpler and quicker for clients to locate a rousing pack they can explore different avenues regarding or change to make the ideal furrow. All sounds can be put away and reviewed on the fly.

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As for the connection, the UNO Drum use two MIDI, one micro USB and 3.5 mm in and out sound jacks, and the 25.6 x 15 x 4.9 cm (10.1 x 8.9 x 1.93 in), 400 g (14.1 oz) unit can be controlled by four AA-sized batteries or over micro USB. The UNO drum machine is available for pre-order on the price tag of € 249.99.

Richard Leon Percival

Richard Leon Percival

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