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MilosDrummer
MilosDrummer
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Joined: 05-12-17
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
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  • What is the purpose of muting some pad? If there's a backing track playing from it, you can stop the playback by setting menu>kit pad>mode>trig type>alt and link it to any other pad or footswitch so it will stop the playback when played/pressed on the linked pad/fsw.

    The only...
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; Yesterday, 07:24 AM.

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  • Yes, please do make it! I'm not aware if this exists like a Roland or other branded item, but I'm sure it would cost $39,99 from them
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Modulation with sample pad units
    What would be the application of afore mentioned modulations? Adding realism to the sound during performance or just manipulating samples? Spd-sx can resample sounds with changes in pitch and normalization, while Alesis multipad can stack layers of different samples and round robin also (lacking some...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Next Roland flagship
    This is turning into a whishlist... Roland is a massive ship that can't make hard turns, unless in extreme situations, like Alan mentioned. I doubt Mimic has disturbed the market enough for Roland to revolutionize their tech overnight. Last time they've made a sudden move, the td50 came out half-finished....
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to SPD-SX-Editor Install
    Is your spd-sx connected and in wave manager mode?
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  • Just to mention, the 'aux sub' technique does not necessarily mean just routing bass instruments to the subs, but rather using the aux send to feed bass instruments to a separate output. This is usually done in the absence of a crossover but requires having a master eq on the mixer to cut off the frequencies...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Second hi-hat from a crash.
    I think that anywhere you put a hihat sound, it gets controlled by the hh ctrl pedal. There is a fixed hh option (the kind you need) but it's also global so you loose the regular hh control. The closest match would be to use a stack cymbal sound, but I'm unsure of that category of cymbals on the given...
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  • Increasing the shell depth helps, also the mic position and, of course, eq... The sounds in the module are not manipulated quite like a real recorded sound going through some dsp or outboard. If you need/expect studio-grade samples, as you've mentioned, just go with VST. Otherwise, the TD30 can sound...
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 10-20-19, 06:25 PM.

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