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Re: need recommendation: decent drum machine software

Whoops, should have mentioned I'm using a Windows box. Any Windows 
compatible suggestions?

>If you have a Mac loaded with OS X and if you can live without recording 
>drum rhythms in real-time I think iDrum would be fine with you. iDrum is 
>actually inspired by the MPC60 and some people say it sounds like one. If 
>you use a computer running Windows you might check out DR-008 by 
>The latest version does work as a standalone and it's very well designed 
>for easy use and good features.
>At the next level there is Ableton Live 4. Live can do what the MPC2000 
>does and a little more. Quite a lot more actually, you might think it's 
>overkill for the special use you have in mind.
>All the best
>Per Boysen

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