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Midi Controller with TD-10

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  • Midi Controller with TD-10

    Can someone tell me why an eDrummer would use a midi keyboard as a midi controller? What is the advantage in doing this? I have the Roland V-Drum with the TD-10.
    V-Pro w/ Roland Cymbals (CY14C,CY15R,CY6), BBE 462, Mackie 1202-VLZ

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    Among other things, it makes it easier to create your own sequences.

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      Dido

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        What would be a good low cost keyboard for this?
        Originally posted by Marc.:
        Among other things, it makes it easier to create your own sequences.

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        V-Pro w/ Roland Cymbals (CY14C,CY15R,CY6), BBE 462, Mackie 1202-VLZ

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          Roland's PC-300 USB 49-Key Master Keyboard Controller

          ~ $230.00

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            Evolution MK-149
            Assignable mod wheel and Pitch bend.
            Comes with free software.
            Not sure of US price.

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            • #7
              When working with sequencer software on a computer, you may be able to more easily access all of the available midi notes (all the midi notes above, below, and between the midi notes assigned to the inputs of your TD module.

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              • #8
                Hey, I use a 15 year old $125 Casio keyboard. It works great except for there is no velosity sensitivity. I'm not a very good keyboard player so that works out just fine. It works well to create sequences.
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