SpecDrum

The SpecDrum converts your 48k Spectrum into a programmable Digital Drum System, using digital recordings of real drum sounds "to achieve the degree of realism found until now, only on specialist machines costing hundreds of pounds or more."

A kit of eight different drum sounds is provided and alternative sounds could be loaded from cassette. 16 different songs can be stored in memory, which may be saved to and loaded from cassette. Each of the 16 songs may contain 64 different rhythm patterns. A Song is written by writing rhythm patterns, filing them, then linking them together in order.

  • Simple to us - up and running in only minutes
  • A true digital drum machine
  • Real time or on screen programming
  • Complete with software
  • Creative educational and fun
  • The most exciting peripheral ever developed Dynamic filing system-store over 1000 programmed rhythms
  • Songs can be saved on tape
  • Just plug into Hi Fi

Date : 1985

Manufacturer : Cheetah Marketing

Physical Description : Cardboard sleeve Cardboard box base Expansion module Instruction Manual Software cassette Cassette case

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH18600. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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