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adding advanced features to a drum module

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  • adding advanced features to a drum module

    To add things like channel re-asignments, eight notes on a pad, sequencer play back in multiple time signatures, melodic chords and melody and a host of other more esoteric funtions to a trigger module that might not already have them. There are two machines that will do this job. The first one is the Alternate Mode Drumkat 3.5 and above, by way of Katalizing, by which you midi into the Kat and link incomming midi notes to pads with advanced funtions assigned to them and passing the signal back into the drum module. The second is the Kurzweil Event Station who's functions are all accesable through midi, there are still Event Stations available directly through Dauz. If enough people are interested in this stuff, Dauz can probably find some funding from other souces to continue work on this amazing machine. And with the kind of cash people seem to be willing to pay for edrums, what's a little more to help these great American companies continue ? Food for thought. Ps, instead of buying a whole new module that has maybe two more things on it than your current one does, why not get a machine that will add a ton more stuff for less money?

    [This message has been edited by jrcel (edited January 12, 2001).]
    Drumkat Turbo 4.5, Emulator X3, Superior 2.1, Roland Fantom XR, DTXtreme III, SPD-20 etc.......
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