Drum Machine, Sequencer

Main Details
Maker Oberheim Company
  • 8 × Voice
Form Factor Desktop
Signal Path Digital Hardware (including Analog Connections)
Date Produced 1980-
Notes The DMX is a programmable digital drum machine manufactured by Oberheim Electronics. It was introduced in 1981 at a list price of US$2895, and remained in the company's product line until the mid-1980s.
The Oberheim DMX was the second digital drum machine ever to be sold as a commercial product, following the Linn LM-1 Drum Computer in 1980. Its popularity among musicians of the era contributed to the sound and evolution of 1980s new wave, synthpop and hip hop music.

Polyphony - 8 drums
Sounds - 24 drums
Effects - Individual tuning control and Swing Function
Sequencer - 100 sequences
Songs - 50
VCA - 8 level sliders
Keyboard - 24 pads
Control - Audio trigger or tape sync
Date Produced - 1980


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