A drum kit, also known as a drum set or trap set, is a collection of drums and percussion instruments that are played by a single musician. The typical drum kit includes a bass drum, snare drum, hi-hat, cymbals, and various toms. Online drum machines emulate the sound and functionality of a drum kit, allowing users to create and produce music digitally. These virtual drum kits may include a variety of sounds and features such as different drum kits, the ability to customize the layout, and the ability to adjust volume and tempo. They are widely used by music producers, composers, and hobbyists for music production, recording, and live performance.
You should use this drumkit if your goal is to have a backing track or real drum reference to practice your instrument. Maybe you are a teacher and want to show a student how to correctly play some rudiment.
Effects included: kick, snare, close hihat, crash, ride, bell, cowbell, high tom, low tom
Ideal for producers, but you can easily build a solid metronome with this drumkit.
Effects included: electro kick, metallic snare, hihat, digital buzz, high key, synth crash, click, high tom, low tom
Either you get it or you don't. No Sick Rhythms without this one.
Effects included: booming, snare, scratch, synth, percussion
If you ever been to a flamenco dance class, or any other dance class to be honest, you already need this drumkit in your life.
Effects included: hand claps, spanish cajón, shaker, castañuelas
Are you an epic producer? Bet you didn't know a fart sounds exactly like a lit tuba.
Effects included: shouts, vinyl scratch, laser, siren, whooop, toing, realistic fart, dog bark
The last effect is usable on every drumkit, the Spatializer effect. You can choose from wet (use a lot of spatial effect) or dry (don't apply so much). Spatial audio is a technology that creates a more immersive and realistic sound experience by simulating sound in 3D space. It makes audio feel like it's coming from different directions, distances, and heights.