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  • how do I do this? [trigger keyboard part]

    hey everybody,

    My band wants to do a cover tune, "red dragon tattoo" and we don't have a keyboard player. I was wondering about triggering that cool synth sound with my vpad. I usually just use my v-drums, (td-10 vsession) for silent practice purposes, but I would love to start utilizing it during live performance.

    What equipment other than the td-10 and pads will be needed to do this?

    What is the price to get this happenin?

    Thanks in advance for any and all help!

    Joe

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    I'm not familiar with that tune, but it's fairly easy to setup keyboard parts in the modules that provide the appropriate sounds. I have not done this on the TD-10, but I have done dozens of tunes on the TD-20 for a corp wedding band I was once in.

    Search for 'recording TD-20 backing tracks' (or something close to that) by Mr Stixx. He has a tutorial for this.
    Alan
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    • #3
      I was thinking that I would need to sample the keyboard sound and then trigger that sample with some other hardware. The keyboard part is in the intro of the song and then again later. I am not talking about the keyboard solo.

      I am not sure the td-10 can or has the sound I am looking for.

      Not sure if that additional info is helpful, but I thought I would throw it out there.

      Thanks again.

      Joe

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      • #4
        Originally posted by drumrjoe View Post
        I was thinking that I would need to sample the keyboard sound and then trigger that sample with some other hardware. The keyboard part is in the intro of the song and then again later. I am not talking about the keyboard solo.

        I am not sure the td-10 can or has the sound I am looking for.

        Not sure if that additional info is helpful, but I thought I would throw it out there.

        Thanks again.

        Joe
        As long as someone know MIDI you should be ok. I used to jam with a guitarist/ signer when I had the 10 we used to trigger the bass from the TD-10 from a Roland MC303 at the time.
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