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Old 05-08-2019, 10:03 AM
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Default Superbooth 19: Announcing UNO Drum analog/PCM drum machine

The secret is out! IK Multimedia is proud to unveil our brand new UNO Drum - the newest member of the UNO series. This brand new analog/PCM drum machine offers a wide sonic palette combining fat, punchy analog sounds with digital flexibility and convenience. A robust selection of programming and live performance features and controls makes it easy for musicians, producers, and DJs to add massive drum grooves to their music.


UNO Drum’s in-depth controls encourage experimentation to take drum tracks far beyond the norm.

Up to 12 elements can be used in total between analog and digital sounds, with 11-voice polyphony available. Together, these analog and PCM sounds suit the widest genres of music and musicians, and a variety of live scenarios.

UNO Drum’s 100 pre-programmed and fully editable drum kit presets and patterns make it a first in its class. This makes it easier and faster for users to find an inspiring kit they can experiment with or tweak to create the perfect groove. All sounds made on UNO Drum can be stored and recalled on the fly.

Top panel editing controls allow for adjustment of key parameters of each sound, just like UNO Synth. For added punch and sound character that stands out in a mix, UNO Drum also offers three master effects: Drive (audio), Stutter (MIDI), and Compressor (audio).


UNO Drum offers 12 touch-sensitive pads with two velocity zones, for more expressive live playing and easier programming. They can be used to play entire beats live with a pad-style feel, or to easily add live flare on top of pre-programmed rhythms.

A 64-step sequencer allows users to program in patterns one step at a time, using the 16 buttons across the bottom of the panel, or recording a pattern in real-time. Up to eight parameters can be automated per step to add even more variation and feel to their grooves. The Song mode lets users chain up to 64 patterns together to create extended grooves.

Weighing only 400g, UNO Drum is super lightweight and small enough to fit in a backpack, yet sturdy enough to hit the road near and far away.

Shipping is scheduled for June of 2019, pre-order your UNO Drum now to be the first to receive it! UNO Drum is available for pre-order from the IK Multimedia online store with free shipping* and for pre-order from IK authorized dealers worldwide: Buy now for only$/€249.99**.


Learn more about UNO Drum here.

Get to know the UNO Drum experience! Watch all videos here.

*Free shipping valid for pre-orders from the IK Multimedia online store only
**All prices excluding taxes
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