There are many different applications to simulate the sound of a piano or electronic keyboard with a computer, but when it comes to drum beats, the problem of rhythms sounding too robotic seems to arise time and time again, that is, unless you use Archibald.
Realistic and fluid sounds
The first thing that stands out to the majority of Archibald users is the possibility to include a small human variant towards the program, in such a way that not all the eight notes sound the same, because when a drummer plays the drums, he never plays the same eight notes with the exact same tone and attack.
Archibald allows you to use the sounds in two different ways, SAMPLER (that uses multiple sample to create a realistic sound) and SYNTH (that uses a single sample and applies effects to it, creating a more synthetic sound).
Create your own rhythms.
Another option offered by Archibald is for the user to create his own rhythm, in such a way that he'll never be lacking a specific type of sound when needed.
Therefore, if you want to have a virtual drumkit on your computer, just download Archibald.