Drum SYNTHS

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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.

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