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  • Dissapointment :(

    http://www.ddrum.com/clavia/MP3.htm
    they sort of gives e-drumming hope

    Regards
    Nisse

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    if you are referring to the demos on the hart site..........there is something wrong with your computer because i(with cable and p3 1000ghz)heard and saw nothing but shredding.........good demos
    -i can levitate birds and no one cares-----------V-CONCERT,CY12H-CY15R/SPD-20-XP-60 V-STUDIO 1824CD,DAUZ PADS,NO RYTHYM AND MISC.CRAP 9"HART SPLASH/AKAI S5000/ASSLOAD OF SAMPLES

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      I agree with you , I have not heard the demos but I don't like the any of the Alesis modules. I have a ddrum4 , Alesis D4 a TD10 and a td 8 I use with Hart pads , I think they are great for the money and they really stand behind there products. I think for real sound because they are real sounds the ddrum is the best unit it is just expensive and it has no xtalk feature.I use the td 10 exp live most of the time running thru a Yamaha 01V. After alot of tweeking my FOH tech has is sounding really good live but I don't like it in the studio. The ddrum mixed with a Masters birch kit and real cymbals can't be beat in a session. I use the Alesis D$ for a rim shot or tamborine but that is the most I use it for I mostly use a SPD 20 for that now . Well that is my 2 cents but I agree I think the alesis machines have alot of machine gun effect happening

      Originally posted by Nisse Nas:
      http://www.ddrum.com/clavia/MP3.htm
      they sort of gives e-drumming hope

      Regards
      Nisse
      [This message has been edited by zekedrum (edited March 08, 2002).]

      [This message has been edited by zekedrum (edited March 08, 2002).]

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      • #4
        I saw the demos as well. The Hart pads are brilliant. And it's a pitty that they did demo them with louzy modules.
        Robert

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        • #5
          Originally posted by c. jude:
          Um, I think its safe to say that those are beyond lousy recordings (and probably some decent drumming) so a shame. Go play the modules.
          That's true.

          For instance, I love my EMU Proteus 2000 modules and I HATE it's demo's!


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            • #7
              (cough...) use ddrum (cough)

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