TheDrumSource is designed with the
purpose to be very simple and easy to work with even
if you are used to work with hardware drum machines
or not. The built in sample browser in TheDrumsource
makes it very easy to navigate through your samples.
The sequencer can be running when looking for new
samples. You will hear the sample the moment you
selects it. There is also a quick button to select
the previous and next sample in the same directory
as the current selected sample. TheDrumsource has a
very short time to get started on making your beats.
- Built in sample browser suited for a easy
workflow when working with samples. And almost
all of TheDrumSource’s functions is still
available while browsing.
- Built in sequencer that has 24 sequences for
your patterns. The patterns are of the 16-step
- Support for many sample formats (including
24 bit samples): WAV, AIFF, AIFC, AU, SND, RAW,
PAF, IFF, SVX, SF, VOC, W64, MAT4, MAT5, PVF,
XI, HTK, CAF, SD2, FLAC, OGG.
- A GUI that can be resized to suit you
- A quick button to change the next and
previous sample in current directory of the
- A stereo output channel for each drum. And a
mode to mix down all channels temporary into one
stereo channel for quick tests to get you up and
running a little bit faster on some hosts.
- The SYNC mode. The sequencer is synced by
the host (DAW) and you control which of the 24
track to be played with MIDI (octave 2 and 3).
- The MIDI mode. The samples can be played
through midi keyboard (octave 1) with the
sequencer turned off.
- The RUN mode. Lets you play around with the
TheDrumsource sequencer when your host (DAW) is
- Clean interface so you don’t get distracted
in your creative work. TheDrumsource uses
context menus to make this possible.
TheDrumSource is available to
download as a free VST instrument plug-in for