.DRM File Extension

.DRM File Extension

File Type 1

Deus Ex Data File

Developer Eidos Interactive
Popularity
3.3  |  6 Votes
Category Game Files
Format Binary

What is a DRM file?

Game data file used by Deus Ex: Human Revolution (DXHR), an action role-playing game; can contain various kinds of game data, including game models, textures, audio, and video; can be modded with Gibbed's Deus Ex HR tools.

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DRM files are stored within the game installation files bigfile.000, bigfile.001, and bigfile.002.

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Updated September 6, 2012
File Type 2

Cubase Drum Map File

Developer Steinberg
Popularity
2.8  |  4 Votes
Category Settings Files
Format N/A

What is a DRM file?

Contains drum map settings for a specific MIDI keyboard; maps different drum sounds to different keys on the keyboard; used for playing a software drum instrument within Cubase from Yamaha, Roland, Korg, and other keyboards.

Programs that open DRM files

Windows
Mac
Updated October 26, 2007
File Type 3

Dream Project

Developer Dreamod
Popularity
3.5  |  2 Votes
Category Developer Files
Format Binary

What is a DRM file?

A DRM file is a project created by Dream, a modified version of the MIT Scratch application development program. It stores project information, which includes code blocks that manipulate objects and when sounds are played. DRM files also contain imported media such as sprites, audio, and images.

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Screenshot of a .drm file in Dream 1
DRM file open in Dream 1

Scratch was developed by the Media Lab at MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and publicly launched in 2007. Students between 8 and 16 years old are the primary users of the program and often create stories, animations, and games. Dream is a modified version of Scratch, similar to the Branch program, that includes features added by Scratch users.

The DRM file is the main file associated with Dream and is a variation of the .SB project file created by Scratch. Branch creates .SB.BRANCH files to store projects.

NOTE: To create a DRM file with Dream, select File → Save or Save As....

How do I open a DRM file?

You can only open DRM files with Dream in Windows and macOS. To open an SB.BRANCH file, select File → Open....

Programs that open DRM files

Windows
Free
Mac
Free
Updated August 26, 2021
File Type 4

Drumsite Pattern File

Developer Aeon Group
Popularity
2.0  |  1 Votes
Category Audio Files
Format Text

What is a DRM file?

A DRM file is a drum pattern created by Drumsite, a drumset simulator. It contains plain text data that Drumsite uses to play the drum part(s) of a song. DRM files are often packaged within .ZIP archives, to make them easier to share.

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Screenshot of a .drm file in Apple TextEdit
DRM file open in Apple TextEdit

Drumsite is a drum programming application that allows musicians to program and play a song's drum parts. For example, a guitarist might use Drumsite to practice alongside a song's drum parts or play a song's drum parts at a solo show.

To program a song's drum parts, musicians add blocks that represent notes to a grid that represents different percussion instruments and a song's measures. Each instrument appears in its own row; the song's measures appear as the grid's columns. Notes are placed in an instrument's row and appear in an instrument-specific color, to help musicians differentiate between instruments. These grids of notes are known as drum patterns.

Drum patterns are saved as DRM files. While these files appear as grids in Drumsite, they are actually plain text files that can be opened in any text editor. When a musician loads a DRM file in Drumsite, the program reads the file's text and displays the instruments, measures, and notes the text describes.

NOTE: Many sample DRM files are available from Drumsite's website. These DRM files are packaged within ZIP archives.

How do I open a DRM file?

You can open a DRM file in Drumsite (Windows). To do so, select File → Open... from Drumsite's menu and then navigate to and open your DRM file.

If necessary, you can also open a DRM file in any text editor to view the plain text data it contains. For example, you can open a DRM file in Microsoft Notepad (Windows), Apple TextEdit (Mac), or GitHub Atom (cross-platform).

Programs that open DRM files

Windows
Included with OS
Mac
Included with OS
Linux
Free
Updated June 16, 2021

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