SK mini DrumZ is a "Drum ROMpler". It includes 20 kits featuring the sounds of the following drum machines:
- Ace Tone Rhythm Ace, Kakehashi's pre-Roland sound drum machine.
- Akai XE8, the 1U rack mount unit with 16-bit drum samples.
- Akai XR10.
- Alesis HR-16, one of Alesis's first drum machines.
- Boss DR-55, first drum machine from Roland with the name Boss.
- Boss DR-220, typical mid 80's digital drum sounds.
- Fricke MSB512
- Kawai R50, 12 bit 32K sampled drums.
- Korg DDD-1, came with 18 short PCM samples.
- Korg DDM110, lo-fi and crunchy sounding.
- Mattel SynSonic, from the people who brought you Barbie.
- MXR 185, the machine where it's hard to tell rim from snare.
- Roland CR-78, the 1978 drum machine that used analog drum voices.
- Roland TR-606, originally designed to be used with the Roland TB-303.
- Roland TR-727, latin drum kit version of the TR-707.
- Roland TR-808, originally manufactured for use as a tool for studio musicians to create demos.
- Roland TR-909, partially analog, partially sample-based drum machine.
- SCI DrumTraks, Sequential's first digital drum machine.
- SCI Tom, similar to the DrumTraks but more advanced.
- Yamaha RX11, the drum machine that looks like a DX.
Developer: DSK Music