As I'm sure anyone else who's tried to record drums at home knows, it's difficult and expensive to do right. If you use electronic drums, your sound usually seems dry and techno. The only way to get a good drum sound is to use a sequencer with a large number of samples, which gives enough dynamic variation to be believed as real. Many programs like this exist, but they are generally too costly for independent recording engineers. Searching for a solution I'm developing a free, open-source, JAVA drum sequencer primarily for independent/home recording, and am looking for input on features that you would want if you were to use it. Currently, input is a MIDI file, but it will be updatable to other input forms. Output will also initially be .wav, but it will again be updatable. I will be recording a drum sample set next summer, but new sets will be easily creatable and configurable. So, what would everyone like to see in a program like this. I'm open to any suggestions and will do my best to integrate them. I will also post a link to the program when I have a web host. Thanks in advance.