The GSi Drum-80 reproduces just such a scenario. It contains two separate sound engines that can play at the same time.
One of them recreates the sounds of the famous Simmons SDS-V electronic drum module (much like the later SDS-8); while the exclusive GSi WLF Engine plays multisamples of real cymbals recorded exclusively for the Drum-80.
The first electronic drums were completely analog, generating drum sounds with just a few elements, such as an oscillator and white noise generator, as well as a pair of envelopes and a filter. The sound was not entirely realistic, but distinctive and ideally suited to create certain, never seen before sounds.
Sampled cymbal sounds (Hi-Hat, Ride, 4 Crashes, 3 Splashes) powered by the exclusive GSi WLF Engine.
Separate section with settings for cymbal sounds (tuning, equalization and equalizer).
1176 style stereo limiter.
Stereo delay effect.
Stereo reverb effect.
Built-in programmer with an unlimited number of programs.
Built-in user guide.
Available as a standalone app and audio plugin.
Very low CPU and RAM usage.