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question regarding vdrums..honestly.

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  • question regarding vdrums..honestly.

    i am a v-drummer, and i have a close contact that is a VERY good DJ (like 2 turntables and a microphone). anyway, i think it would be cool to colaborate with this DJ and bring a whole different style of music to earth. any ideas on how i can go about this? i am not familiar with all of the options that my td8 brings to the table regarding playing with a dj. i am not sure if it brings ANY options for that matter. a little help..please..

  • #2
    A whole different style of music? Let's hear some of it. Sure would help you with any ideas that the gang here can help you with.


    • #3
      i just think it would ROCK to maybe jam with an awesome dj, with a lot of mad tekno loops, and combine it with my drumming of some funk, and jazz. i have a lot of ideas running through my head, i just want to interperet them into music. ill be sure to let you guys hear.


      • #4
        You could record yourself doing a drum "loop", then play along to it.
        Immensely powerful yet with a liquid cat-quick elegance


        • #5
          You could also record yourself playing along to a drum "loop" that you recorded yourself, then play along to it.


          • #6
            Originally posted by drummerboy:


            • #7
              If I'd ever work with a DJ or something, I'd probably use percussion sounds instead of using only the normal drum sounds like kick, snare, hihat and so on. Most music already has those sounds, so it would be a nice idea to add different rythms in different frequencies.

              I quit often see an acoustic drummer jamming along with electronical beats on tv. First thing I notice is that I don't hear the drummer. Maybe I do hear his kick and snare, but it seems as though they're elements of the loops as well. Do something different to bring something extra to the music

              Music was my first love...