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MS-SPO
MS-SPO
(Michael)
Last Activity: 01-14-17, 02:43 AM
Joined: 03-16-15
Location: Germany
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  • I'm not here to defend Roland, but think about the most practical alternative: motor driven sliders. Whenever you shift, the sliders move to their assigned values automatically.

    Now, the values are visible: use the scale and remember it somehow.

    You can set individual loudness...
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  • Hi,


    On the controller board level there is certainly a way to access and manipulate these data ... but not for the average electronic freak. For users I'm not aware that these values are mapped to some settings, you can read or change. (Perhaps a viewer like the one for TD-30 can...
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    Last edited by MS-SPO; 01-13-17, 04:33 AM.

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  • MS-SPO
    replied to Wiring to 3.5mm jack
    in DIY
    Hm,

    you can find answers to this type of questions easily via google and similar, especially when searching for images.

    There is no magic in this case: viewed from the cable connect inner wires to inner wires through jacks, and outer wires to outer wires (shielding); if in...
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  • MS-SPO
    replied to electric drum kit dilemma
    Hi



    From my personal experience: You have to anyway, when your son remains infected by drumming. If he doesn't, it's ok too. So starting with a reasonable set would be good. I haven't checked the other suggestions made in detail, but a 400 - 500 Euro / USD range may get you...
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  • MS-SPO
    replied to Looking for odd-meter songs
    Ok, just found some on the net:
    • "Take five" - Dave Brubeck, 5/4
    • Mission impossible, theme, 5/4
    • "I say a little prayer" - Aretha Franklin, 10/4 and 11/4
    • "Money" - Pink Floyd, 7/4 and 4/4
    • "Tubular Bells" - Mike Oldfield, various
    • "Don't give up"
    ...
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