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Old 04-21-2008, 04:51 AM
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I am new to triggers, and I am trying to trigger my bass drum using the ddrum pro acoustic bass drum triggers. What kind of module do I need to just hook the trigger up for live shows and recording? Or can i just hook them up through a mixer?


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roland sell modules for triggers and i think you can hook it up to a computer as well, i don't know about hooking them up to a mixer but i would probably check out the roland website for more info im not really an expert on triggers and whatnot.check out ddrum website as well.
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A trigger is only a device that picks up a signal from a source, you need something to then transform the signal into a sound. The most common way to do this is to use a drum brain. In other words it goes drums to triggers, triggers to brain, brain to mixer.
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I am new to triggers, and I am trying to trigger my bass drum using the ddrum pro acoustic bass drum triggers. What kind of module do I need to just hook the trigger up for live shows and recording? Or can i just hook them up through a mixer?


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Right now, John Aldridge is using a DM-Pro on Brian Hitt's drums for any triggering for REO show. John's reasoning is that the DM Pro is very reliable and the sounds are good enough.





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