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  • Drum pedal inventer demo clip

    Hi gang

    Here is the latest from Drumagination.....

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=EKbhG8BzLGA

    Mark Steele
    Drumagination, Inc.
    2000 Watt Carvin powered Electronic Bass Drum,
    built-in DM10 drum module,
    Double TwinSteele Electronic drum pedals
    Footless High-Hat
    Drumagination.com
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XezG628QXp8

  • #2
    Mark, that is brilliant. Where can I get one and how much?

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    • #3
      Looks like Google is my friend
      http://www.drumagination.com/buy.php

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      • #4
        Thanks Titania....

        I couldn't find your Email address. Could you write me at [email protected]?

        Thanks
        Mark

        P.S.
        Your site/music/drumming rocks!
        2000 Watt Carvin powered Electronic Bass Drum,
        built-in DM10 drum module,
        Double TwinSteele Electronic drum pedals
        Footless High-Hat
        Drumagination.com
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XezG628QXp8

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        • #5
          Fab

          Looks totally fab, great concept to catch the up and down strokes in 1 movement and that design is the biz! Can i ask how does one utilise the 2 triggers per drum? don't the sounds bleed into each other?

          May try one later when "gas" funds are topped up, so it's a pedal and drum trigger kick all in 1 package? and the BIGGIE question?

          Is it quiet compared to the unwelcome thump/vibe noise i and many other V drum users are suffering?

          Dave
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Drumagination View Post
            Thanks Titania....

            I couldn't find your Email address. Could you write me at [email protected]?

            Thanks
            Mark

            P.S.
            Your site/music/drumming rocks!
            Thanks Mark. I have just sent you a PM from my forum.

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            • #7
              Very very very cool concept. Good luck with it Mark.
              TD9 Frankenkit

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              • #8
                Chris Jude has one on his kit...so you know it must be pretty awesome.

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                Edit: had to find Chris's thread. Look on the floor to the bottom right of the kit pic...he also mentions Drumagination in the thread here.
                Last edited by evil1rox; 06-26-08, 08:25 AM. Reason: including link to Chris Jude's thread
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                • #9
                  Daveybabes.

                  Here's how (what I call) layered triggering works:
                  Tune up both triggers to fire on every stroke, and let's say you want to do a catscratch layered over a bass drum like you saw in my video (at point 3:32). Now go to the "noise" function on your drum module that controls the catscratch, and increase it until the catscratch drops out. When you hit the pedal harder, you get the catscratch. Adjust to taste. I have a dedicated Alesis D4, but I assume Roland has the same "noise" function.

                  The downstroke on my primary pedal runs from 2 to 5 triggers, depending on the music I play. I have layered in 9 triggers from two pedals!

                  The sound of wood hitting plastic is awful. So I stick on a fuzzy strip of velcro where my stick hits the pads. Not absolutely silent, but very quiet. Makes no difference in pad response.

                  By the way, multiple (layered) triggering can be used with your conventional pedals. It's Fun! Maybe someone knows if you can split one trigger output for this purpose.

                  Mark
                  2000 Watt Carvin powered Electronic Bass Drum,
                  built-in DM10 drum module,
                  Double TwinSteele Electronic drum pedals
                  Footless High-Hat
                  Drumagination.com
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XezG628QXp8

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                  • #10
                    Oh I have to have this!! Very impressive Mark, I'm in!!

                    Kris

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                    • #11
                      Haven't even watched the vid and I'm excited.
                      Roland Td-11KV, Alesis SamplePad, DW5000 pedal, Vater 7A sticks.

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                      • #12
                        Mark, what a great idea. I want to get one. Alas, I will have to wait til I get a module first.
                        Roland Td-11KV, Alesis SamplePad, DW5000 pedal, Vater 7A sticks.

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                        • #13
                          If anyone in Aus is interested in getting one, perhaps we can share the prohibitive cost of shipping with a small bulk order.

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                          • #14
                            When I first saw this I said "duh". Not in a bad way but as in, how has someone not thought of this sooner, it's a great idea! Drummers have been stacking hihat's for a long time now to get jungle beats out of one hand and this is basically the same concept on the bass drum.

                            I love it.

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                            • #15
                              I love my Drumagination Twin Steele pedal so much that I'm constantly alternating between my electronic kits and my acoustic kits.

                              Here's a little video of Mark at my place the day I met him face to face:
                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K01ioMFnxJY

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