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    TERVE !!! Can somebody help me with some good sounding snare sounds !!!! I will go in and record in the studio next week so time is short.Also can the snare suffer because Iīm playing a D-drmm pad(3) on the snare(dynamics)itīs a big differens to play on a Roland pad.My toms have D-drum triggers Red shot that work great whith muffled heads,iīm going to try whith the Red shot on the snare also because i think the d-drum pad is to muffled.This is my first mail hope you can read my English Marko "Hotmix"
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    Any of the TD- series modules will give you superb recorded snare sounds - this is one of the most impressive aspect of the Vdrums.

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      Sorry I forgot to tell that I have a TD8, and I think most of the snare sounds are to funky for our band.I play in a country-rock band Iīve just come home from my first gig whith the TD8, still itīs hard to switch when you have played acustic snare for a long time.I jused only three different kits because of problem to find good snare sounds.

      Marko

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        Originally posted by marko vaunuveraja:
        Sorry I forgot to tell that I have a TD8, and I think most of the snare sounds are to funky for our band.
        Aha, so it's not the D-drmm pad but the module. Nevertheless, when I had the Vdrums I always had fine snares by starting with a piccolo snare and then changing the shell depth to 6 or 8. Don't know if this is possible on the td-8 as well. But give it a try. Otherwise: get a D-drmm module.
        Robert

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          Thanks for your tip ! Iīll try to spend some moore time on tunning the different snares maybe I can find something thats works.But I also think the sounds from the TD8 sounds differnt in the PA.Why donīt the TD8 have a good reverb ? My old Alesis work OK on the snare.Have anybody tryed to trigger an accustic snare with muffled head(D-drumm trigger)I donīt like to play the snare with a pad, what about the strainer must that be dismounted.
          By the way great site Keep on mailing !!!!


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