DM1 is an advanced vintage Drum Machine. It turns your iPhone into a fun and creative beat making machine.
Easy and fast to use, loaded with 154 superb electronic drum kits and beautiful hyper-realistic graphics, DM1 has been designed for a lot of instant fun.
As electronic musicians ourselves, we, at Fingerlab, have developed DM1 with the intention of delivering the perfect mix between fun playability and powerful sonic capacities. We always keep in mind the importance of a beautiful design with the right balance of powerful abilities while avoiding clumsy, overbusy interfaces.
Check our 154 electronic drum kits. 42 classic vintage drum kits plus 112 in-house produced electronic kits, edited and mastered at Fingerlab professional studio.
DM1 offers 5 main sections:
1 - THE STEP SEQUENCER frees your imagination with a smart use of the multi-touch screen. Just turn on and off steps in your sequence with the tip of your fingers to create cool beats, or unexpected rhythms!
2 - THE DRUM PADS simply lets you play and record the beat that tickles your fingers. No need to be a first-class drummer, automatic quantize does the work for you.
3 - THE MIXER for quick and subtle sound mixing of your drum kits. Featuring settings for volume, pitch, sample length, custom drum kit element for each channel, mute and solo mode.
4 - THE FX TRACKPADS a creative FX trackpad to distort, modulate and transform your beats. The effects include: Overdrive, Delay, Reverb, Phaser, Formant, Dalek, Filter, Compressor, Envelope follower, Dub Delay, Texturizer, Robotizer, and Noise Gate.
5 - THE SONG COMPOSER allows you to quickly make a song with the beat patterns you have created. Just drag and drop the patterns onto the timeline. Fast and easy.
- Retina Display
- Graphic design by Jonas Eriksson
- Smart ergonomy for fast creativity and fun
- 108 vintage and produced drum kits, mastered at in-house Fingerlab Sound Studios
- 48 additional drum kits available with In-App Purchases
- Instrument mode allowing to add bassline, chord and melody
- 3 instruments: Piano, Korg MicroPreset and Cello Strings
- 3 other instrument (Clavinet, Marimba, MiniLogue) are available with In-App Purchases
- Step Sequencer with multi-touch matrix
- Mixer page with pitch, length and level rotary controls, pan controls, and custom drum kit per channel
- 9 Drum pads, quantized recording
- FX Trackpad for real-time sonic destruction
- 16 or 32 Steps per patterns
- The Randomizer tool
- Extra fast drum kit loading
- Playable pattern selection for extra creativity
- Mode song with intuitive editing
- High-quality export to SoundCloud, DropBox, FaceBook, Email, iTunes shared folder or AudioCopy
- Audio background mode
- Audiobus support
- Import & Export your song project (DropBox, Mail, iTunes folder)
- Full Midi implementation
- Inter-App Audio support
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Feel free to let us know what you think and what you'd like to see in the next DM1 update.
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- Tempo bug fix on recent devices
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Superb app but...
The iPhone version lacks several important features available on IPad, like automation, custom kit, individual tracks export etc. I really hope the developers will include those features for iPhone as they’re really important
Great kits but needs to be AU3
Unreasonably good app. In the top 4 on all iOS for me.
Love this app. It’s great, don’t dilly dally. Just get it.
I can’t find a way to contact the dev so I’d like to ask for a feature here.
The bpm controls are laid out in a less than ideal way and limit how I’d like to use the app.
Could the folks of fingerlab consider making some feature enhancements?
I’ll try to break it up into priority. If it’s a big deal but you’re up to it, maybe revamping it could be an option?
The most vital change to improve usability is the bpm resolution. 1bpm increments is way too course, 0.1 would be a step in the right direction but 0.01 is preferable.
Second is the bpm slider. What I’m about to ask for may be redundant after my next request/suggestion.
Can we either set to bottom of the bpm scale 60 and upper to 200? Or allow the user to set those points?
Next one could be prohibitively cumbersome to implement, but I’ll ask anyway.
Would it be possible to put a technics style pitch fader along the side of the global UI? -8% to +8% would be very cool, but bpm change is perfectly serviceable. (Perhaps redesign the transport to include play pause, tap tempo, bump up and down and a fader along the right side of the UI? More specifics below.)Maybe hide or ghost it most of it but try to use the whole screen’s length? A pitch bump ‘up’ and ‘down’(like on digital mixing controllers) would complete this and allow me to use this app for live performances.
And finally a ‘tap’ bpm feature would round this off to being a easier tool to play with.
I love this app. I use it as an example when I’m showing my musician friends how powerful and useful iOS can be for making fresh and exciting music. Keep up the work fingerlab, you’re great and all your apps are beautiful and functional.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.