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    Heh... you'll have to be patient... if everyone tries it at once it'll keel over...

    http://drumcam.vdrums.co.uk/

    click 'control', select your method (jave, activex etc) and login:-

    username - vdrums
    password - vdrums

    Have a laugh... hopefully this is the world's first drumcam! There's infra-red lighting for when it's dark btw...
    The Stealth V-Monster - www.vdrums.co.uk
    In charge of fuelling flame wars, comedy relief, inaccurate time lines, and just general ****ing around.

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    Is it just me? I got a "Page could not be found" error.
    . digitalDrummer
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    • #3
      Pretty cool!
      Worked very well for me...
      Jack

      Sabre's Album

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      • #4
        Still no go. I can's see any "control", just the jave, activex options.
        . digitalDrummer
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        • #5
          I have a camera like that in my studio too.
          It doesnt have sound though so its kinda 1/2 cool.

          Pat
          Rolland TD-20,V-Session, Rolland KC-550 amp, ROCK-n-SOCK,Westone UM-2 IEM's, Presonus Fire Studio, ZOOM HD-16, Cubase Le4, DW Pacific 5-piece acoustics, Zildjian A Customs all around.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by allanjohn View Post
            Still no go. I can's see any "control", just the jave, activex options.
            +1...............
            Alan
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            • #7
              What is in the cages? Are those hamsters?

              -SD-

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SiliconDrummer View Post
                What is in the cages? Are those hamsters?
                A dutch rabbit maybe, or a chinchilla (in the bottom cage)
                can't really tell as it's got it's butt to the camera, but it looks bigger than a hamster
                Jack

                Sabre's Album

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                • #9
                  I dont think you have enough cymbals, a few more TD20s would help too..........drooling......

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                  • #10
                    Rats in the cages... and mice. In different cages of course!!
                    The Stealth V-Monster - www.vdrums.co.uk
                    In charge of fuelling flame wars, comedy relief, inaccurate time lines, and just general ****ing around.

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                    • #11
                      That is pretty neat. You've done it again!

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                      • #12
                        I'm just getting a blank page.


                        My kit 25/02/09 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anzGxUMv3U4

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                        • #13
                          Great stuff c'man, but where were YOU? ... don't tell me that you aren't spending every minute of the day playing that monster kit!

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