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How D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar Can Help You Create Amazing Drum Beats in Any Genre



How to Use D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar




If you are looking for a powerful and versatile drum machine plugin that can recreate the legendary sound of the Roland TR-909, you might want to check out D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar. This plugin is a faithful emulation of the iconic hardware device, with some added features and enhancements that make it suitable for modern music production. In this article, we will show you how to use Drumazon, from installation to pattern creation, sound tweaking, MIDI integration, and more. We will also share some tips and tricks on how to get the most out of this amazing plugin.




D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar



What is D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar?




D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar is a software instrument that emulates the Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer, one of the most influential drum machines in electronic music history. The TR-909 was released in 1983, and it was the first Roland drum machine to use samples for some sounds, such as cymbals and hi-hats, while using analog synthesis for others, such as kick, snare, clap, and toms. The TR-909 had a distinctive sound that was punchy, aggressive, and dynamic, and it became a staple of genres such as techno, house, acid, and industrial.


D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar is not just a simple copy of the TR-909, but a faithful reproduction that models the original analog circuitry, digital samples, sequencer, and user interface. It also adds some new features that extend its sonic capabilities and make programming faster and more fluid. Some of these features are:



  • An overdrive option that allows you to distort the internal circuitry of Drumazon for different flavors and styles.



  • An expanded step sequencer that shows lanes for each drum instrument, so you can program faster and more fluidly.



  • Each pattern has eight variations for evolving sequences that keep things interesting.



  • You can drag and drop audio or MIDI patterns directly from Drumazon into your DAW project.



  • You can adjust flams, sub-steps, and soft hits to create detailed fills and ratcheted sequences.



  • Each instrument has its own "last step" and shuffle settings, so you can play with timing, experiment with complex meters, and dial in just the right groove.



  • You can sync Drumazon with other devices via MIDI or DIN Sync.



What are the requirements and installation steps?




To use D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar, you need a computer that meets the following minimum requirements:



Operating systemWindows XP SP2 or later / Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later


CPUIntel Core Duo or AMD Athlon64 (or equivalent)


RAM1 GB or more


Hard disk space100 MB or more


Audio interfaceASIO compatible (Windows) / CoreAudio compatible (Mac)


DAWVST 2.4 or AU compatible host application


To install D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the installer from the official website of D16 Group or from the link provided by your distributor.



  • Run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen.



  • Enter your serial number when prompted. You can find your serial number in your user account on the D16 Group website or in the email confirmation you received after purchasing Drumazon.



  • Select the destination folder and the plugin format (VST or AU) that you want to install.



  • Finish the installation and launch your DAW.



  • Scan for new plugins and load Drumazon in a track.



  • Enjoy making beats with Drumazon!



How to use Drumazon




Now that you have installed Drumazon, you are ready to start making some drum patterns and songs. Drumazon has a simple and intuitive interface that resembles the original TR-909, with some additional controls and options. Let's take a look at the main sections of Drumazon and how to use them.


How to create and edit patterns and songs




The heart of Drumazon is the step sequencer, which allows you to program up to 16 steps per pattern, and up to 12 patterns per bank. You can also chain patterns together to create songs, which can have up to 16 parts. To create and edit patterns and songs, you need to use the following controls:



  • The Mode switch lets you select between Pattern Write, Pattern Play, and Song Play modes. In Pattern Write mode, you can create and edit patterns. In Pattern Play mode, you can play back a single pattern. In Song Play mode, you can play back a song composed of multiple patterns.



  • The Bank buttons let you select one of four banks (A, B, C, or D), each containing 12 patterns. You can also use the Bank knob to scroll through the banks.



  • The Pattern buttons let you select one of 12 patterns in the current bank. You can also use the Pattern knob to scroll through the patterns.



  • The Step buttons let you enter or delete notes for each instrument in the current pattern. You can also use the Step knob to move the cursor along the steps.



  • The Instrument buttons let you select one of 11 instruments (Bass Drum, Snare Drum, Low Tom, Mid Tom, High Tom, Rim Shot, Hand Clap, Closed Hi-Hat, Open Hi-Hat, Crash Cymbal, or Ride Cymbal) to program or edit. You can also use the Instrument knob to scroll through the instruments.



  • The Clear button lets you erase the current pattern or song.



  • The Copy button lets you copy the current pattern or song to another location.



  • The Paste button lets you paste the copied pattern or song to another location.



  • The Shuffle button lets you turn on or off the shuffle function, which adds some swing to the rhythm. You can also adjust the shuffle amount with the Shuffle knob.



  • The Scale button lets you change the resolution of the steps from 1/16 to 1/32.



  • The Last Step button lets you set the last step of the current pattern from 1 to 16. You can also adjust the last step with the Last Step knob.



  • The Tap Tempo button lets you tap a tempo with your mouse or keyboard. You can also adjust the tempo with the Tempo knob.



  • The Variation buttons let you select one of eight variations for each pattern. Each variation can have different notes, parameters, and effects for each instrument. You can also use the Variation knob to scroll through the variations.



  • The Song Part buttons let you select one of 16 parts in a song. Each part can have a different pattern and variation assigned to it. You can also use the Song Part knob to scroll through the parts.



  • The Song Mode switch lets you select between Manual and Auto modes. In Manual mode, you can manually select the song part to play. In Auto mode, the song parts will play in sequence automatically.



  • The Song Step buttons let you enter or delete song parts in the current song. You can also use the Song Step knob to move the cursor along the song steps.



To create a pattern, you need to do the following:



  • Select Pattern Write mode with the Mode switch.



  • Select a bank and a pattern with the Bank and Pattern buttons or knobs.



  • Select an instrument with the Instrument buttons or knob.



  • Enter notes for the instrument by clicking on the Step buttons or using your computer keyboard. You can also delete notes by clicking on them again or using the backspace key.



  • Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each instrument you want to use in the pattern.



  • Adjust the last step, shuffle, and scale settings as desired.



  • Select a variation with the Variation buttons or knob. You can create up to eight variations for each pattern, each with different notes, parameters, and effects.



  • Save your pattern by clicking on the Save button or using the Ctrl+S shortcut.



To create a song, you need to do the following:



  • Select Song Play mode with the Mode switch.



  • Select a song part with the Song Part buttons or knob.



  • Select a bank, a pattern, and a variation with the Bank, Pattern, and Variation buttons or knobs. This will assign the selected pattern and variation to the current song part.



  • Enter song parts by clicking on the Song Step buttons or using your computer keyboard. You can also delete song parts by clicking on them again or using the backspace key.



  • Repeat steps 2 to 4 for each song part you want to use in the song.



  • Select a song mode with the Song Mode switch. In Manual mode, you can manually select the song part to play. In Auto mode, the song parts will play in sequence automatically.



  • Save your song by clicking on the Save button or using the Ctrl+S shortcut.



How to adjust the sound parameters and effects




Drumazon lets you tweak the sound of each instrument with various parameters and effects. To adjust the sound parameters and effects, you need to use the following controls:



  • The Level knobs let you adjust the volume of each instrument.



  • The Pan knobs let you adjust the stereo position of each instrument.



  • The Tune knobs let you adjust the pitch of each instrument. Some instruments have two tune knobs for fine and coarse tuning.



  • The Decay knobs let you adjust the length of each instrument's sound. Some instruments have two decay knobs for different parts of their sound, such as tone and noise.



  • The Attack knobs let you adjust the sharpness of each instrument's sound. Some instruments have two attack knobs for different parts of their sound, such as tone and noise.



  • The Tone knobs let you adjust the timbre of some instruments, such as bass drum, snare drum, and toms.



  • The Snappy knob lets you adjust the amount of noise added to the snare drum sound.



  • The Accent knob lets you adjust the level of accentuation applied to some steps in the pattern. You can also use the Accent button to enter or delete accent notes for each instrument.



  • The Overdrive knob lets you adjust the amount of distortion applied to the whole mix of Drumazon. You can also use the Overdrive button to turn on or off the overdrive effect.



  • The Mute buttons let you mute or unmute each instrument.



  • The Solo buttons let you solo or unsolo each instrument.



  • The Output buttons let you assign each instrument to one of 11 output channels. By default, all instruments are routed to the master output, but you can also route them to separate outputs for more mixing flexibility.



To adjust the sound parameters and effects, you need to do the following:



  • Select an instrument with the Instrument buttons or knob.



  • Adjust the level, pan, tune, decay, attack, tone, snappy, and accent knobs as desired.



  • Turn on or off the overdrive effect with the Overdrive button and adjust the overdrive knob as desired.



  • Mute or unmute the instrument with the Mute button.



  • Solo or unsolo the instrument with the Solo button.



  • Assign the instrument to an output channel with the Output button.



  • Repeat steps 1 to 6 for each instrument you want to tweak.



How to use MIDI and sync with other devices




Drumazon can be controlled and synchronized with other devices via MIDI or DIN Sync. To use MIDI and sync with other devices, you need to use the following controls:



  • The MIDI Learn button lets you assign MIDI controllers to any parameter in Drumazon. To use it, you need to click on the MIDI Learn button, then click on the parameter you want to control, then move or press the MIDI controller you want to assign. You can also right-click on any parameter and select "Learn MIDI CC" from the menu.



  • The MIDI Channel knob lets you select the MIDI channel that Drumazon will receive and send MIDI messages on. You can also right-click on it and select "All" to enable omni mode, which means Drumazon will respond to any MIDI channel.



  • The MIDI Out switch lets you enable or disable sending MIDI messages from Drumazon to other devices. You can also right-click on it and select "Host" to send MIDI messages only when Drumazon is playing in sync with your DAW.



  • The Sync Mode switch lets you select how Drumazon will synchronize with other devices. You can choose between Internal, MIDI Clock, or DIN Sync modes. In Internal mode, Drumazon will use its own tempo and start/stop controls. In MIDI Clock mode, Drumazon will follow the tempo and start/stop commands from an external MIDI device. In DIN Sync mode, Drumazon will follow the tempo and start/stop commands from an external DIN Sync device.



To use MIDI and sync with other devices, you need to do the following:



  • Connect your MIDI or DIN Sync device to your computer via a USB or MIDI interface.



  • Configure your DAW or host application to recognize and route your MIDI or DIN Sync device.



  • Select a MIDI channel for Drumazon with the MIDI Channel knob.



  • Assign MIDI controllers to Drumazon parameters with the MIDI Learn button.



  • Enable or disable sending MIDI messages from Drumazon with the MIDI Out switch.



  • Select a sync mode for Drumazon with the Sync Mode switch.



Tips and tricks




Drumazon is a powerful and versatile plugin that can create a wide range of drum sounds and rhythms. Here are some tips and tricks on how to get the most out of it:


How to emulate the classic TR-909 sound




If you want to recreate the authentic sound of the TR-909, here are some things you can do:



  • Use only one variation per pattern, as the original TR-909 did not have variations.



  • Use only 16 steps per pattern, as the original TR-909 had a fixed 16-step sequencer.



  • Use only the master output, as the original TR-909 did not have separate outputs for each instrument.



  • Turn off the overdrive effect, as the original TR-909 did not have distortion.



  • Use the default settings for the sound parameters and effects, as they are based on the original TR-909 values.



  • Use the shuffle function sparingly, as the original TR-909 had a limited range of shuffle values.



How to use Drumazon with other D16 plugins




If you want to enhance and expand the sound of Drumazon, you can use it with other D16 plugins, such as:



  • Nepheton, which emulates the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer, another classic drum machine that has a warmer and more organic sound than the TR-909. You can use Nepheton to layer or mix sounds with Drumazon, or to create contrasting patterns and songs.



  • Nithonat, which emulates the Roland TR-606 Drumatix, a smaller and simpler drum machine that has a lo-fi and crunchy sound. You can use Nithonat to add some grit and character to Drumazon, or to create minimal and glitchy patterns and songs.



  • Phoscyon, which emulates the Roland TB-303 Bass Line, a monophonic synthesizer that creates acid bass sounds. You can use Phoscyon to complement Drumazon with some melodic and rhythmic elements, or to create acid house and techno tracks.



  • Syntorus, which is a chorus effect that adds depth and richness to any sound. You can use Syntorus to widen and thicken Drumazon's sounds, or to create subtle or extreme modulation effects.



  • Decimort, which is a bit crusher effect that reduces the sample rate and bit depth of any sound. You can use Decimort to degrade and distort Drumazon's sounds, or to create vintage and lo-fi effects.



  • Devastor, which is a multiband distortion effect that splits the sound into three frequency bands and applies different types of distortion to each band. You can use Devastor to add some warmth and saturation to Drumazon's sounds, or to create aggressive and dynamic effects.



How to export and import patterns and songs




If you want to save your patterns and songs as audio or MIDI files, or load patterns and songs from other sources, you can use the following features:



  • The Export Audio button lets you export the current pattern or song as a WAV file. You can also drag and drop the button into your DAW project or desktop.



  • The Export MIDI button lets you export the current pattern or song as a MIDI file. You can also drag and drop the button into your DAW project or desktop.



  • The Import MIDI button lets you import a MIDI file into Drumazon. You can also drag and drop a MIDI file into Drumazon's interface.



  • The Load button lets you load a pattern or song from a D16 Group proprietary format (.d16p for patterns, .d16s for songs). You can also drag and drop a file into Drumazon's interface.



  • The Save button lets you save a pattern or song in a D16 Group proprietary format (.d16p for patterns, .d16s for songs). You can also drag and drop the button into your desktop.



Conclusion




D16 Group Drumazon VSTi V1 4 0 Incl Keygen AiRrar is a plugin that emulates the Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer, one of the most influential drum machines in electronic music history. It reproduces the original sound and features of the TR-909, while adding some new enhancements and options that make it more versatile and user-friendly. It is easy to install and use, and it offers a lot of possibilities for creating drum patterns and songs in various genres and styles. It also integrates well with other D16 plugins and devices via MIDI or DIN Sync. If you are looking for a plugin that can deliver the classic TR-909 sound with some modern twists, you should definitely give Drumazon a try.


If you want to learn more about Drumazon, you can visit the official website of D16 Group, where you can find more information, demos, videos, manuals, and support. You can also download a free trial version of Drumazon from there, so you can test it before buying it. If you decide to buy Drumazon, you can get it for a reasonable price of $99, or as part of the D16 SilverLine Collection, which includes other great plugins from D16 Group.


We hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new about Drumazon. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below. We would love to hear from you and help you with anything you need. Thank you for reading and happy drumming!


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about Drumazon:


What is the difference between Drumazon and other drum machines?




Drumazon is different from other drum machines in several ways. First, it is a plugin, not a hardware device, which means you can use it in any DAW or host application that supports VST or AU formats. Second, it is a faithful emulation of the Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer, which means it reproduces the original sound and features of the TR-909, while adding some new enhancements and options that make it more versatile and user-friendly. Third, it is compatible with other D16 plugins and devices via MIDI or DIN Sync, which means you can integrate it with other instruments and effects from D16 Group.


How can I get more sounds and presets for Drumazon?




Drumazon comes with a lot of sounds and presets that you can use to create various drum patterns and songs. However, if you want to get more sounds and presets for Drumazon, you can do the following:



  • Use the sound parameters and effects to tweak and customize the existing sounds.



Use the import MIDI feature


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