Arturia DrumBrute | £379 Full Review: FM312
A characterful and flexible analogue drum machine with some uniquely creative sequencing tricks up its sleeve – at a winning price.
Elektron Analog Rytm | £1,140 Review FM282 The Rytm sounds massive and is very flexible. It’s inspiring and addictive, and the sequencer is hugely versatile.
DSI/Roger Linn Tempest | £1,819 Review FM248 Doubtlessly lives up to the heritage of the two names behind it – certainly destined to be a future classic.
Korg Volca Kick | £139 Review FM316 The Volca Kick is capable of beefy drum and bass sounds that belie its compact form factor. A must-try for club-focused producers.
Teenage Engineering PO-32 Tonic | £89 The palm-sized drum synth is a lot of fun, and compatibility with Sonic Charge’s Microtonic synth makes it surprisingly flexible.