MATRIXSYNTH: d16 group Introduces Nithonat 2 Virtual Drum Machine Based on the Roland TR-606

Thursday, June 06, 2024

d16 group Introduces Nithonat 2 Virtual Drum Machine Based on the Roland TR-606

video upload by d16group

"New features, vast factory content and more!
All audio comes directly from the 𝗡𝗶𝘁𝗵𝗼𝗻𝗮𝘁 𝟮. No extra processing applied."

And a user video from Elektronick Musick:

Nithonat 2 Drum Machine by D16 Group Software (No Talking)
video upload by Elektronick Musick

via D16 Group

Little drum companion from the yesteryear

Characteristic, harsh and metallic sounds that cut through the mix like butter. A whole spectrum of sounds is now at your fingertips – rumbling kicks, barky snares and completely unique, ear-grabbing toms and hi-hats.

An effect chain to bring out what’s best of the sound

The included effect chain will make your sound bigger and fatter straight from the output.

A convenient and inspiring sequencer

A rich set of editing functions and sound articulations along with the easy-of-use interface will fill your head with tons of musical ideas.

Get under the hood

For the first time since its release in the 80s, you can explore what the 606 would have truly been capable of!

The 606 was designed as a companion of the 303 silver box; it may look deceptively simple, but it’s a very versatile unit. It’s found its place in a whole variety of music genres, ranging from the 80s pop, through to modern EDM and experimental."

Additional details at D16 Group.

1 comment:

  1. Benjamin Nithonat-2? I'm sorry, I'll have to think about it.


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