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Old 03-03-2010, 09:55 AM
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Default drum module help

I recently bought an Alesis DM5 module and am moderately plase with it. Although as of late I am beginning to feel cheated. I don't need the module to make me dinner or anything too fancy, all I want is decent bass drum and tom sounds. Beyond that, I am hoping to get a module with either a decent low bass (bass drop) sound on it, or the ability to load sounds. Anyone have any advice?
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Old 03-09-2010, 06:41 AM
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I recently bought an Alesis DM5 module and am moderately plase with it. Although as of late I am beginning to feel cheated. I don't need the module to make me dinner or anything too fancy, all I want is decent bass drum and tom sounds. Beyond that, I am hoping to get a module with either a decent low bass (bass drop) sound on it, or the ability to load sounds. Anyone have any advice?
Bass drum - I think it is the Studio Kick and tom sounds, I used to use were either the Studio or Pinstripes. If I recall correctly, at least on the D4, many of the sounds were the same within an instrument type; there was just reverb or another digital effect added. So experiment around. Generally, you will want drier sounds so that the soundman can add effects as needed from being heard out front.


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