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Re: Drum sounds for looping ?


I'd suggest a sampler as opposed to a drum module, that way you can
constantly change the drum sounds you have, even create your own. As far as
which sampler, anything with lots of ram and a harddrive.

Hope this helps,

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mountain Man" <mtman@cloud9.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 7:56 PM
Subject: Drum sounds for looping ?

> Hi folks,
> I got my new (used) zendrum last night.  Plugged into a synth module,
> ran into my EDP, laid down some rhythm along with bass pedals, and then
> drummed along for a *long* time.  Wow!  :)   This is going to be a great
> way to create new sounds for me, but it underlines something I've known
> to be a problem for quite a while - ho-hum drum sounds.  I have several
> modules with drum kits - last night I was playing with my QSR and korg
> NS5R, but none that really excel.  I'd particularly like some good
> ethnic kits - a varied set of tablas that I can assign to some of those
> 24 triggers would be nice (as well as more "traditional" kits)  :)   Can
> anyone recommend a drum module?
> Thanks much,
> Elby