Friday, January 05, 2007


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"The Drumfire DF500 has 5 separate individual synth that have individual trigger inputs and Audio outs.
Each channel includes: Sensitivity (for input sensitivity), Oscillator decay, Noise decay, Sweep, Pitch, Osc/noise Balance, Volume and Pan. Plus each channel has a "click" button to enhance the attack of the signal.
You can either use the 3 touch Pads included with the auction to attache to a normal rum kit or any other surface to instantly turn it into a huge Analog drum machine.
Each synth channel can also be triggered by any audio signal so it can be sequenced or triggered by any multi channel sound card and programs like Abelton Live, ProTools, Cubase, Cakewalk and any other audio program and hardware capable of multi outs
This thing kicks the pants of anything Roland or Tama ever made with way more flexibility.
You can even route one output into another channel input to create huge overloaded subs and crashing snares
The Machine includes 3 touch pad triggers although as mentioned you can use any audio signal including Mics or any other audio trigger. This machine has been used but loved and is in perfect working condition"


  1. Oddly enough, these make great horse clopping sounds.

  2. Wow, zonkout - your old band is rather, umm... odd. Sounds like a lot of CZ101 action. I've been using mine a lot lately...

  3. wow.. didn't realize these drumfires were "worth" that much.

    bid high and maybe it'll entice me to sell mine.

    ..but honestly I'm skeptical that it will sell at those prices.


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