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Old 12-23-2007, 09:08 PM
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Default Looking for drum module

First, how do you record with a module? Does each trigger create a seperate track that needs to be mixed? Also, I'm looking for a VERY cheap module specifically for the bass. Anyone know of any that are veryyyyy inexpensive?
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Old 12-23-2007, 09:52 PM
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You don't record with a module. Modules have pre-recorded sounds programed into them. The Roland SPD-S is a sampler, which will give you recording/sampling capability. But at $325 used (what I paid for mine) and $500 new, that might not fall into the realm of "cheap". I prefer the term "affordable".
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Default Re: Looking for drum module

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You don't record with a module. Modules have pre-recorded sounds programed into them. The Roland SPD-S is a sampler, which will give you recording/sampling capability. But at $325 used (what I paid for mine) and $500 new, that might not fall into the realm of "cheap". I prefer the term "affordable".
Well how would you record while using one is what i meant. I'm pretty sure the trigger plugs in and everytime it detects the beater hitting the head, it makes the programmed sound. How do you record while using one of them on the bass?
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Old 12-24-2007, 10:40 AM
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Well how would you record while using one is what i meant. I'm pretty sure the trigger plugs in and everytime it detects the beater hitting the head, it makes the programmed sound. How do you record while using one of them on the bass?
The "line out" is what you would send to your amp, your mixer, or your recording device. Most cats would plug "straight into the board" in a studio environment. If you want a garage - analog - dirty sound, you could record the drums at the amp, with a mic.
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