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It might be based on Roland’s TR-909 but Drumazon comes with many more sound-shaping options. All of these extra controls help to turn Drumazon into a machine that can produce a much wider variety of sounds than the original 909, and it also packs plenty of sonic punch.
While the sounds aren't quite identical to those of Roland's classic, they're certainly close enough to make Drumazon a worthy substitute. In fact, given the choice, we'd take Drumazon over a hardware 909 every time.
It can produce a greater range of sounds, offers the convenience of a software instrument and, most importantly, sounds fantastic.45 Stars