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sascha
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Last Activity: Today, 01:48 AM
Joined: 12-08-15
Location: Berlin, Germany
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  • sascha
    replied to Drum brain technology
    I think the thread title should rather be 'drum brain philosophy', rather than technology. I myself do DSP development for a living, and I have an EE and sound engineering background, so my affinity for all these things is usually strong. But frankly, as long as I don't need to service such a device...
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    Last edited by sascha; Yesterday, 06:39 AM.

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  • Haha... I knew I've seen that stage before... now it's clear... the venue you've been is pretty close to where I grew up, and I've played there many times myself (in the 90s, in numerous bands). That location was sort of our homebase, one of the girls from our next-door band worked at the bar back then....
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    Last edited by sascha; 10-10-18, 02:11 AM.

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  • I can tell you every band who uses electronics has this fear that stuff fails. It's normal, and it's ok.
    At the time when I did FOH sound mxing I was even afraid that MY stuff failed, and the company I worked for avoided digital mixing desks like the plague. But over time, digital equipment became...
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  • I used to do band stuff with my on-the-go Degauss Labs Noir in-ears, but I've lately become a much bigger fan of my new setup: a pair of Shure SE215, along with custom-made silicone tips from Custom Art Poland (thecustomart.com). The tips are ~40 a pair, you just have to send in your impressions from...
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  • sascha
    replied to The new DIY edrum cymbals trend
    in DIY
    I received my 16" switch this week (thanks, Adam...), and I still have smaller ones and bell types on my shelf... so, how does the Geardrum L80 3-zone actually work? I'd like to convert a 16" low-volume crash here into an e-ride (WHD, gear4music's house brand), and I'm still unsure how to...
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