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    Can anyone recommend a sample playback utility that...

    ...could be used as a drum machine?

    I'm thinking of something in the virtual world that looks similar to:

    http://www.dv247.com/invt/19148

    All I really need it to do is:

    1) Store up to 8 different percussion loops.
    2) Allow me to speed up/slow down the percussion loops using time stretching (in real time)

    Anybody think of something that might fit the bill?
    Thanks!
    Steve.

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    Re: Can anyone recommend a sample playback utility that...

    Hey,

    These might be a bit much for what you want to do , but check out both GURU ( on our website ) and Spectrasonics Stylus RMX . These are acually both sample based drum machines. For GURU you have 8 engines per instance that autoslice loops to be played or re-arranged as needed. It's acually quite inspired on the Akai MPC range and goes well beyond that. There's a demo on our site at -

    http://www.fxpansion.com/product-guru-main.php

    Check it out and see if it fits your needs . I'm sure Spectrum will drop by and give more info about RMX . He'd know it much better then me .

    Cheers,
    Johnny - FXpansion Audio
    www.fxpansion.com

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    Re: Can anyone recommend a sample playback utility that...

    Quote Originally Posted by Aqua Tarkus
    ...could be used as a drum machine?

    I'm thinking of something in the virtual world that looks similar to:

    http://www.dv247.com/invt/19148

    All I really need it to do is:

    1) Store up to 8 different percussion loops.
    2) Allow me to speed up/slow down the percussion loops using time stretching (in real time)

    Anybody think of something that might fit the bill?
    Thanks!
    Steve.

    Native instruments Intakt does exactly that.
    It's interface doesn't look like an MPC though.

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    Re: Can anyone recommend a sample playback utility that...

    Hey Jon & Marty
    Thanks for the replies. I'm going to check those ones out. Looks like this technology has been around for a while now so there are a few apps to choose from.
    All the best!
    Steve

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