I’m considering buying a Behringer RD-9 along with a Behringer RD-8, likely in the last quarter of 2019. This is dependent of course, on the actual release date, reviews and at least some maturity of the firmware.
These will not be my primary drum machines, but a nice add-on of vintage percussion for the low price.
As more information becomes available, I will keep you updated.
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10 original drum sounds: Bass Drum, Snare Drum, Low Tom, Mid Tom, High Tom, Rim-Shot, Hand-Clap, Cymbal, Open-Hat, Closed-Hat
Complete control over voice dynamics with per voice accent and flam
64-step sequencer with storage of up to 64 patterns and 16 songs with continuously variable swing
Integrated Wave Designer with individual attack and sustain controls for studio quality drum sound
Integrated dual mode filter with dedicated frequency and resonance controls for huge sound shaping options
10 independent analog outputs to record your patterns as multi-track audio
Easily readable 7-segment 4-character LED display for tempo with dedicated tap tempo button
16 authentic step pads with bold, full-color LEDs
Up to 99 loop measures of each pattern change with 16 pattern changes per song
Songs can be chained together for expanded compositions
Unique Auto Scroll feature for extremely easy operation
Comprehensive Midi In/Out/Thru and USB implementation for synchronization and connection to external devices
Per-Track Solo and Mute for enhanced realtime control
Sync options include USB, MIDI, Clock and Internal
Powerful headphone and L/R main outputs on 1/4” TRS connectors