Originally Posted by DrumEatDrum
I like how you try to disagree with my point and then say exactly what I said.
Of course you still have to pull off the speed, but you can set the dynamic levels on a good electronic kit "so that the strokes can be audible at those speeds".
You are missing the point if that's the only phrase you are picking out of what I wrote - that's taking it out of context. The way you put your words came off as minimalizing what that guy was doing in the video, or extreme drumming in general.
You initially wrote that setting a module to a linear dynamic mode allows one to play faster. This is not true. Also in the following:
It's pretty common in the extreme metal scene (and other scenes) to trigger the bass drum to that a player can play faster without having to hit the drum as hard, giving the illusion they're doing more than they are.
I'm not saying the same thing - my point is that they do not have the choice
if they want to be heard, since it's physically impossible to do otherwise. Read you post, then read my post again - I'm not saying the same thing.
Don't take this the wrong way though, I'm not trying to get into an argument nor saying this with any hard feelings whatsoever.