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Alesis SR-16 Classic Drum Machine
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In an increasingly technological world music has not gone immune to the great change and innovation. Much of the innovation we have seen in the music world has been directed to drum machines, digital interfaces, audio programs, sampling machines and interfaces, and even instruments themselves. We recognize that drum machines are among the most popular of innovative musical instruments that has sprung in the music industry. At N Stuff Music we always try to stay ahead of the curve of musical innovation. This is why you will find that we have a great selection of drum machines that contain everything from an entry level drum machine, all the way to those who will use it for stage and concert performance.

Music has become more conducive to be made all by one person than ever before. With vast innovations in recording technology and programs driven individuals are able to thoroughly compose and create their own music. With a drum machine now you don't need to go through the hassle of recording a drummer and can instead program the drums into your music.

There are a few basic ways in which drum machines are commonly used, though their uses are practically limitless. First is as a substitute for a drummer. Don't worry, nobody intends to replace a drummer, but for a variety of electronic and sample based music it is in accordance with the electronic nature of the music to also use electronic drums which is easily done with a drum machine.

A second and common use of a drum machine is for instrument practice. Guitarists, bassists, and practically any instrumentalist practices heavily with a metronome. But now you can liven up your time and scale practice with an authentic drum machine to produce legitimate sounding beats that better simulate the character of a live performance.

Products such as Beat Buddy's drum machine pedals are an excellent way to get a drum machine for those who don't want the hassle of a full-fledged one and simply want to be able to groove and play along. This pedal allows you to select the intro beat, verse groove, chorus groove, and transition fills all via your feet so you can use it in a live performance setting.

The Roland Rhythm Composer Sound Modules are highly involved but affordable drum machines that allow you to program countless rhythms and sounds on a professional level but doing so for a reasonable price. Finally, for those looking for the professional level selection of drum machines you'll find we carry products such as the Akai MPC Live Sampler and Roland Rhythm Performer which contain the ultimate in sound and sample possibility that allow you to professional record and perform with.

If you're looking for the latest in drum machine and music technology you cannot go wrong with shopping at N Stuff Music. We are always discovering the latest that has entered the market in music technology so that our customers can have both a selection of the classic and modern gear that they love.

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