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Roland's TR-909 Gets Converted Into HTML-909 for Your Browser

Now you can play with a similar drum machine as the Roland TR-909 in your browser

In-browser drum machines give any user the ability to create their own analog drum patterns by simply visiting a website on the internet. 

Earlier this year we saw the HTML Drum Machine that mimicked the TR-808 and also an in-browser TB-303 with the Acid Machine. Now developers over at Teemu Kallio have graced us with another drum machine in their HTML-909 that mirrors Roland's iconic TR-909.

The TR-909 drum machine is a crucial piece of equipment in any producers arsenal. It was used by artists like Jeff Mills, Frankie Knuckles and others who pioneered early forms of dance music back in the '80s and '90s. It's one of the most recognized drum machines to ever be built and dance music would be lost without it.

Have your fun with the HTML-909 where you can also load and save projects.

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