Daniel is the founder of Mute Records, probably the most famous record label involved in electronic music, and home to the likes of Depeche Mode and Goldfrapp. He also makes music (e.g. The Normal’s classic ‘Warm Leatherette’), and has his own radio show. And he’s also a fan of Flatpack!
Daniel has an extensive analogue synth studio, but has used Reason extensively on his laptop and wanted to build a library of drum sounds to take on the road. Daniel set about sampling a large selection of drum patches created using his ARP2600 modular synth. Flatpack took care of editing the results and creating appropriate Redrum kits ready to pack into the ReFill format. In exchange, we get to share it with you!!
DM ARP2600 Drums
has been built around our Boxmoor Combinator. Our starting point was inspirational drum machines like the Korg ER-1 and Elektron MachineDrum, but with the added flexibility of design afforded by the Combinator. We also added a RV7000 Spring Reverb patch, to help emulate the classic ARP 2600 Spring reverb. Giving a more realistic ARP sound to the patches. This can be easily tweaked using the assigned controller on the Combinator front panel controls. DM ARP2600 Drums offers improved sound and real-time control compared to our original ReDrum instruments.
What’s included: Re-packed Originally available as 3 sets of Redrum kits, we have now packed all the drums into a single Refill using our Boxmoor drum Combinator.