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RE: Guitar synth..take it (or leave it ) for what it is

Yeah, the direct cable that is.
The triggering from the pads to the "native" unit.
Just try to MIDI it from the unit out to any other module, K2500 or other 
Drum module;-)
See/hear if there is zero lag...


-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Barnard [mailto:alan@kiene.com]
Sent: den 15 februari 2000 16:43
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
Subject: RE: Guitar synth..take it (or leave it ) for what it is

> The major gripe with guitar-synth and "drum synths", are the
> triggering speed which is lame if it goes through any MIDI. Any
> drummer I know says
> they have to learn to play the latency time or lag time. When
> you, after a while, turn
> back to regular drums, you don't have to adjust. Same with guitarists.


I have zero lag with the Zendrum/DM5 combo. I've also found the Roland
V-Drums to be extremely accurate.

Alan Barnard
Digital Drummer/Percussionist