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Title: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: fuge on April 29, 2006, 03:07:58 AM
any info or feedback using an electric drum set.

i know the feel is not the same with an acoustic drum. but due to space/room constraint. im considering this one.

and im planning to hook it up to my mac. tweak it to sync with garageband.  :roll:

thanks

(http://www.sweelee.sg/Images/Products/td-6kv(d).jpg)
Title: Electric/Digital Drums
Post by: in_the_tent on August 31, 2006, 08:48:31 PM
meron ba sa inyo ritong gumagamit ng electronic drums? wala kasi akong masyadong nakikita e. iniisip ko lang, advantage nito talaga ang volume control.:)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: jun_BALARAW on August 31, 2006, 09:56:27 PM
kung wala ka nang paglagyan ng pera mo ok yan hehehe.. yung pambibili ko niyan pambibili ko na lang ng acoustic drums...
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Akira JUMBO on September 01, 2006, 08:31:22 AM
I've tried using Roland electric drums before..ok naman..its true dat volume control is a big aspect but I would have to take the side of acoustic as well. I dont like the response of the electric ones.. :D
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: pmack on September 01, 2006, 09:41:25 AM
depende yan.
kung may pera ka, go for it.
i think, besides volume control, marami pang maiooffer ang electronic kits.
maraming sound effects and other settings na pwede mong mapatunog yung electronic kit.
pero kung di ka naman magte-techno, ok na yung acoustic drums.
plus, pag electronic drums ang lagi mong gamit medyo mabobobo ka pag bumalik ka ulit sa acoutic kit. kasi iba layout nila and iba rin yung feel.
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: BALDO on September 01, 2006, 11:56:06 AM
i am not a drummer pero ito ang observation ko.
1. mas madaling mag record ng electronic drums saka mas maganda tunog kesa sa ordinaryong drum kit lang at moderate priced mics
2. makakapili ka ng shell ng drums, size ng drums at maitotono mo pa ilang clicks lang, plus mapipili mo ang room size, wall material, mic placements at mapapalitan mo ang decay ng instrument.
3 mas separate yung sound kaya mas magandang i mix nde tulad ng acoustic na maraming bleed sa nearby mic
4. puwede kang mag record in the middle of the night na hindi ka nakakabulahaw sa neighbor
5. kung hindi ka drummer puwede mong ikabit sa drum machine para makagawa ng sequence
6. puwede mong ikabit sa sequencer para madaling ayusin kung me mali that is kung tinugtog mo ito sa keyboard controller.
7. at kung naka midi ka na, pwede mong palitan yung tunog ng kick o snare o toms kapag hindi akma sa song.
8. hindi ito para sa serious sa drum skills kasi iba ang feel sa totoong drums.
ps
roland V drums ang recommend ko kasi sila ang pioneer dito saka maganda ang tunog at controls. 8)
ijust my opinion, i may be wrong...
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: BALDO on September 01, 2006, 12:00:04 PM
ps
pahabol lang.. mahal nga lang ang Roland Vdrums..totoo kung ala kang masyadong gastos e ..ito ang tunay na GAStos..nasa $2000 plus yung entry level nila at yung mid to top of the line e aabot ng $50000.. 8)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: jun_BALARAW on September 01, 2006, 12:09:38 PM
at kung manalo ka sa lotto ay pwedeng pwede ito....

tignan niyo si akira jimbo. ang galing niya napag halo niya ang acoustic at electric drums.. napaka creative ng taong yun.
by the way ano bang model ng yamaha e.drums ni akira? nakagamit na ko sa dubai nun. hanep ang mga features. sobra!!!
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: BALDO on September 01, 2006, 12:14:54 PM
pards baka yamaha dtxpress?? yun lang alam kong gawa ng yamaha na electronic drums.. 8)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: jun_BALARAW on September 01, 2006, 12:24:20 PM
Quote from: BALDO
pards baka yamaha dtxpress?? yun lang alam kong gawa ng yamaha na electronic drums.. 8)

ewan ko lang. kasi dun sa store. maraming yamaha e.drums me nakita eh...... pinasubok pa nga sakin isa2
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Bammbamm on September 01, 2006, 12:25:19 PM
Nakasubok ako nyan dito sa Shenzhen at Hongkong.Ok sya kaya lang Mahal nga! Totoong mabo-[grape] ka pag bumalik ka sa acoustic kasi,iba nga ang feel nya at iba ang Dynamics.
Advantage nya yung ibat ibang tunog na pwedeng effects.

Siguro Ok 'to pang effects lang.Hindi isang set mismo ang gagamitin mo.
Masyadong "peke" ang dating sa tenga.Sobrang linis ng tunog!
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: bulog on September 01, 2006, 02:39:13 PM
How about ung mga YAMAHA DD series, like this one:

(http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k4/bulog/dd55.jpg)
YAMAHA DD55

Dati kc me nagbebenta nito sa ebay.ph ng 8 thou lng.

Ngaun meron nagbebenta pero 12 thou gusto.

Pang record lng ata ito e and pang jamming.  Sa gig I dont think na this will be appropriate.
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: toybitz on September 01, 2006, 04:30:02 PM
Quote from: bulog
How about ung mga YAMAHA DD series, like this one:

(http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k4/bulog/dd55.jpg)
YAMAHA DD55

Dati kc me nagbebenta nito sa ebay.ph ng 8 thou lng.

Ngaun meron nagbebenta pero 12 thou gusto.

Pang record lng ata ito e and pang jamming.  Sa gig I dont think na this will be appropriate.


that particular model isn't touch sensitive...I'll be the first one to discourage you.  Its a chops downer.
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: markthevirtuoso on September 01, 2006, 05:13:55 PM
Quote from: toybitz
Quote from: bulog
How about ung mga YAMAHA DD series, like this one:

(http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k4/bulog/dd55.jpg)
YAMAHA DD55

Dati kc me nagbebenta nito sa ebay.ph ng 8 thou lng.

Ngaun meron nagbebenta pero 12 thou gusto.

Pang record lng ata ito e and pang jamming.  Sa gig I dont think na this will be appropriate.


that particular model isn't touch sensitive...I'll be the first one to discourage you.  Its a chops downer.


Oo pre. Di maganda yan. Di ka matuto ng mga mga proper techiniques dyan. Sabi touch sensitive daw, kaso parang tatlong levels lang ang velocity values nya (soft, medium, hard). Kaya yun, binenta ko agad yung akin. :lol:
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 01, 2006, 09:08:10 PM
How about my drumkit?!!  :lol:

Depende po yan kung paano nyo gagamitin yung edrum nyo.  Sa akin kasi malaking tulong ang nagagawa ng electronic drums ko ngayon para sa development ng techniques ko..  Nakakapag-ensayo din ako anytime nang wala akong naiistorbong mga kapitbahay..  Isa lang ang sinisiguro ko, siguradong di ako magiging [grape] pag balik ko sa acoustic drums! :)

Anyways, kahit acoustic o electronic drums, kung di magagamit ng tama siguradong walang improvement na mangyayari sa playing..

Mabuhay ang mga musikong Pinoy!!!
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: omnicloud7 on September 01, 2006, 09:16:11 PM
naka try na ako niyan sa tommy lee store sa HK. hehehe, ibang iba yung feel! hehe. i'd prefer acoustic drums over e-drums anyday, para kahit brown-out, rak-on paren tayong mga tamboleros! =)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: intake on September 01, 2006, 10:09:08 PM
ive tried the DD55....maganda pag gusto mo ng sound effects, downside nga lang eh hindi maganda ang response at mabilis masira
Title: Re: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: drummer_boy17 on September 02, 2006, 12:48:17 PM
Quote from: in_the_tent
meron ba sa inyo ritong gumagamit ng electronic drums? wala kasi akong masyadong nakikita e. iniisip ko lang, advantage nito talaga ang volume control.:)


kung galit ka sa pera mo.. pwedeng pwede yan..
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: bangbus on September 02, 2006, 09:44:02 PM
I use Arbiter E400 now as my practice kit here sa UK before buyin this i use the uni's yamaha dtx. i only bought this coz of my flat's limited space plus super sensitive yung mga neighbours ko with noise, even pag start lang ng auto ko nagrereklamo na sarap suntukin talga. anyway, it is expensive pero the market for electric drums here is very big that i could easily sell it off without any problem, plus i bought it second hand so the loss wont be that much if in case i cant pass it off as slightly used/almost brand new condition. so in the end i wont be spending anything kasi i intend to sell it when i return to manila na for good. pang practice lang talaga.

pero nothing beats the feel and completeness of an acoustic kit, no question about this. i wouldnt recommend an e-kit for recording because the sound is so limited, you cannot simply adjust the depth and other sound characteristics of each drum/cymbal sound which is already pre-configured into the console. unless you have an expensive roland/yamaha ekit that has a lot of drumcymbal sounds built-in that could be used separately from each other. kasi yung sakin only a few sounds like latin, jazz, big band, rock, punk, hard rock, modern rock, electronic, etc. pero for example i cant criscross sounds or i cant use the jazz ride sound with latin piccolo, pag jazz-jazz set lang, cannot be interchanged sila. pero with pro ekits amounting to more than 150k at least im sure kaya ito. but with this money, wouldnt you rather buy a starclassic or pearl masters or gretsch renown?

moreover, even if the drum module can give you different drum sounds, you need to expand the kit to accommodate effects cymbals or more crash sounds, i couldnt do much with just a hihat, 1crash and a ride. mahal yung mga extra pads or expansion kits plus you have to determine if the console can accommodate more pads or an expansion kit. plus they dont feel the same if you will go for the rubber/plasticy pads. the one that i bought is of mesh heads and you can actually adjust its tension and this actually is close enough to standard acoustic head feel, plus i can change the mesh heads with standard skins that are also tunable so that the ekit now turns into an acoustic kit with this change.

if i can only play an acoustic kit in this quiet neighbourhood i wouldnt even make a second glance at ekits. on a more friendly suggestion tone, i suggest that you spend your money on acoustic kits, you'll feel a lot better. but at the end of the day its your call, this is just my opinion. whichever way you'll have it, i'm sure you'll make a good decision. Thanks!

 :D
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: peeves24 on September 02, 2006, 09:54:01 PM
Quote from: Teedee20
How about my drumkit?!!  :lol:


sir curious lang ako, kamusta ang mesh heads ng vdrums on wear and tear? kailangan mo rin ba syang palitan periodically tulad ng regular drumheads?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 02, 2006, 09:57:48 PM
To bangbus..  AMEN!!!!  :lol:
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 02, 2006, 10:25:06 PM
Quote from: peeves24
Quote from: Teedee20
How about my drumkit?!!  :lol:


sir curious lang ako, kamusta ang mesh heads ng vdrums on wear and tear? kailangan mo rin ba syang palitan periodically tulad ng regular drumheads?


Sir?! Huh?!  Di pa ako nyor!!! :lol:

Regarding your question, matibay ang mesh heads ng Vdrums.  I'm using Roland TD20K Vdrums.  Di mo kailangan palitan lagi.. mahal yun! Hehehe.. Pati bass drum mesh head ko bugbog na bugbog coz I'm always practicing my double pedals.  Kung papaluin sya using right technique, I doubt na mabubutasan ka agad ng mesh heads.  You can check Roland US website for demo videos.

Mabuhay ka!!! :D
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 02, 2006, 10:33:02 PM
To Peeves24:

Tanong ko lang po if you have plans of buying Vdrums using mesh heads?  I recommend TD20 or TD 12 Vdrums, or Hart drums.  Very expensive ngalang po but if you've got the money and you're really interested in edrums (na pinakamalapit ang feel sa acoustic set) go for it!!!  
Tagasaan po kayo?  Kasi kung sa Pinas mo gagamitin pang-ensayo, I suggest you just buy a good acoustic drumset tapos ipasoundproof mo na lang yung room.  Pero walang makakapigil sayo kung gusto mo talaga ng Vdrums!  Sama-sama tayong sumaytay magdamag! :lol:
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 02, 2006, 10:54:33 PM
peeves24, photos po ng Vdrums ko..
(http://www.freewebs.com/jojolim/FWThumbnails/my%20TD20%20001-thumb.png)
(http://www.freewebs.com/jojolim/FWThumbnails/my%20TD20%20002-thumb.png)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: peeves24 on September 03, 2006, 07:47:14 AM
hart dynamics lang po...cant afford vdrums.

(http://www.hartdynamics.com/products/drumsets/prodigy/PRODIGY+DM5.jpg)

prodigy model about 55k pesos shipped from the US to manila, walang kasamang drum module but i can buy an alesis dm5 here (25k brand new, 9k second hand)

para kasing cheaper alternative sya kesa bumili ng decent microphones for recording demos and sound proofing. no more excuses na din para di makapag practice after office hehehe

on my budget right now, i have more than enough to get that prodigy and the 2nd hand alesis dm5. my only worry is that my sound will only be as good as my drum module, i tested a ddrum and the dm5 side by side and the dm5 is noticeably poor on the sound libraries. then again, the ddrum is 250k  :(
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: meinldrummer on September 03, 2006, 07:06:55 PM
I have an Alesis DM5 that I use for practice. Ang drums ko e lumang fernando. Nilagyan ko ng foam yun mga toms at snare ko at bass drum para super muffled sila. Gumawa ako ng triggers using piezo elements from Raon for that set up at yun may instant ekit for practice na ako without spending much. Pwede ka rin bumili sa Lazer ng regal practice pad at lagyan mo ng trigger at ayan may instant drumpad ka na. Importante may good good drum module ka. Alamin mo rin yun purpose mo. Kung pangpractice lang why spend money on hi-end equipment with so much features nga pero in the end gagamitin mo lang pala eh yun standard set na pre programmed na.

Nabili ko yun Alesis ko sa TOM LEE po. hindi po si Tommy Lee may-ari nun.:-)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 03, 2006, 10:57:29 PM
ey peeves24, doesn't matter kung ano gamit mo na set pang-ensayo.. expensive or cheap, basta't nag-eenjoy ka at lagi kang inspired para bumalik sa set mo para sumaytay.  Wag kang makikinig sa sasabihin ng iba, kung ano ang tama o mali regarding sa paggastos (unless they're your financial adviser..).  Alam mo kung kaya ng budget mo or hindi.  Balanse lang lahat bro! Nagiging mali lang naman ang paggastos kung sobra ang gastos mo sa kaya mong bilhin o bayaran.  Yung tipong maghihirap ka na dahil sa nilabas mo na pera.  Priorities lang yan!  It's like choosing wether you buy a high end gear(drums) or buy a car?!  Yung kotse madalas maglalabas pa sa iyo ng pera (gastos) at yung gear naman magpapasok ng pera (income).

Nabili ko ang TD20 Vdrums ko galing sa 1 year attendance BONUS ko sa company kung saan ako nagtatrabaho.  I worked hard for it, di ako nag-absent! :lol: Actually, I was really planning to buy an acoustic set, pero di talaga yun uubra kung nakatira ka sa flats or buildings dito sa HK.  Balikan mo na lang yung previous posts ko.  Inilagay ko dun yung mga reasons why I chose to get an edrum (TD20 Vdrums in particular).  Pero mas masarap talaga tumugtog sa acoustic drums!  I prefer an acoustic set over edrums sa pag-ensayo at pagtugtog live.  Pero kung ikaw ang nasa situation ko, bakit ka bibili ng acoustic set na hindi mo naman magagamit?  Some may say, I'm crazy.. I don't care!  One thing for sure, I'm getting better!

Mabuhay ka peeves24!  Mabuhay tayong lahat!!!

 :D  :D
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: peeves24 on September 04, 2006, 08:40:03 AM
im still contemplating on the edrums but im 90% sure that i'll be taking home a pdp kit soon. the other 10% is saying that i should just build a tiny kit to lessen expenses and channel the funds to recording gear.
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: pinoymusika on September 04, 2006, 09:21:13 AM
Quote from: Teedee20

Nabili ko ang TD20 Vdrums ko galing sa 1 year attendance BONUS ko sa company kung saan ako nagtatrabaho.  I worked hard for it, di ako nag-absent! :lol: Actually, I was really planning to buy an acoustic set, pero di talaga yun uubra kung nakatira ka sa flats or buildings dito sa HK.


Hey Teedee, nice kit. I've tried Vdrums in music stores (hanggang try lang!) and they seem to have the best feel among edrums. I also saw this Roland clinic in Frankfurt once (MusikMesse) where this pro drummer from Belgium had a go at and it sounded exactly like well mic'ed acoustic drums. Do you play drums for HK Disney 5x a week or do you do something else for Mickey?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 04, 2006, 11:03:56 AM
Ey pinoymusika!

TD20 Vdrums rocks! :lol:
The best professional edrums by Roland!  
Anyways, Regarding your question, Nick Manso is the drummer of the band in HK Disneyland Hotel.  Unfortunately, I don't play the drumset here.  I play for the HK Disneyland 15-piece marching band (bass drum player or sometimes I also play the snare drum..).  That's why I really have to get a good edrums na pinakamalapit sa feel ng totoong drums.  I really have to practice my chops everyday coz may plano pa naman ako na bumalik sa drumset (Ipon lang muna ako dito)!  But getting an acoustic set here in HK to practice is not a good idea unless nakatira ka sa tabi ng dagat or you rent a studio which will cost you around HK$60 per hour.

Mabuhay ka!!! :D
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Bammbamm on September 04, 2006, 12:38:43 PM
Quote from: Teedee20
How about my drumkit?!!  :lol:

Depende po yan kung paano nyo gagamitin yung edrum nyo.  Sa akin kasi malaking tulong ang nagagawa ng electronic drums ko ngayon para sa development ng techniques ko..  Nakakapag-ensayo din ako anytime nang wala akong naiistorbong mga kapitbahay..  Isa lang ang sinisiguro ko, siguradong di ako magiging [grape] pag balik ko sa acoustic drums! :)

Anyways, kahit acoustic o electronic drums, kung di magagamit ng tama siguradong walang improvement na mangyayari sa playing..

Mabuhay ang mga musikong Pinoy!!!


It depends on the music that you'll be playing siguro.
Im sure edrums won't make two distinctive sounds between 5B to 7A drumsticks; or wire to nylon brushes, compared to acoustic drums which has natural dynamics.

Pero Ok talaga pang practice di ba? Ako nga nung mag try sa TomLee,mga one & a half hour akong naglaro e! :lol:
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 01:22:58 PM
Quote from: jun_BALARAW
kung wala ka nang paglagyan ng pera mo ok yan hehehe.. yung pambibili ko niyan pambibili ko na lang ng acoustic drums...
magkano ba ang mga available dito sa atin na mga ganyan? me binebenta pa ba ang Yupangco na ganyan?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 01:29:51 PM
Quote from: thumbbull
I've tried using Roland electric drums before..ok naman..its true dat volume control is a big aspect but I would have to take the side of acoustic as well. I dont like the response of the electric ones.. :D
i haven't tried an electric drum. i'm sure iba talaga feel ng acoustic. pero hirap controlin ng stage volume namin sa Church. pag naglakas na drummer lumalakas pati instrument amps. minsan natatabunan vocals (feedback kapag lalakasan pa) at naiingayan attendies.. d ba ito ang solution?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 01:31:54 PM
Quote from: pmack
depende yan.
kung may pera ka, go for it.
i think, besides volume control, marami pang maiooffer ang electronic kits.
maraming sound effects and other settings na pwede mong mapatunog yung electronic kit.
pero kung di ka naman magte-techno, ok na yung acoustic drums.
plus, pag electronic drums ang lagi mong gamit medyo mabobobo ka pag bumalik ka ulit sa acoutic kit. kasi iba layout nila and iba rin yung feel.

magkano ba ito? wala bang magandang edrum na worth mga 50k more or less?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 01:34:02 PM
Quote from: BALDO
ps
pahabol lang.. mahal nga lang ang Roland Vdrums..totoo kung ala kang masyadong gastos e ..ito ang tunay na GAStos..nasa $2000 plus yung entry level nila at yung mid to top of the line e aabot ng $50000.. 8)

wah!! mahal. me nagbebenta ba dito nyan? wala na bang mas mura?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 01:36:29 PM
Quote from: intake
ive tried the DD55....maganda pag gusto mo ng sound effects, downside nga lang eh hindi maganda ang response at mabilis masira

panong mabilis masira? me nagrerepair ba dito sa atin nyan?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 01:42:21 PM
mahal pala ng edrums.. mas maganda talagang solution siguro sa amin eh maglagay na lang ng drumshield-acrylic. :)
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 04, 2006, 04:52:31 PM
Quote from: in_the_tent
mahal pala ng edrums.. mas maganda talagang solution siguro sa amin eh maglagay na lang ng drumshield-acrylic. :)


ey in_the_tent!  Saang church ka tumutugtog?
Mahal talaga ang edrums.. pero di pa ako nakakita ng edrums sa mga churches sa Pinas.  Dito sa HK, my Chinese friend told me that their church bought a Roland TD20 Vdrums.  But the kit is really expensive kaya yung mga mayayaman na churches lang ang nakakaafford nun.  You can also check Roland US website.  Meron silang "Worship connection site."  Very interesting coz I never knew that Roland music are sponsoring Christian music.. nagulat nga ako nung napanood ko yung mga videos.  TD20 Vdrums din ang gamit ng drummer dun
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: Teedee20 on September 04, 2006, 05:02:43 PM
Quote from: in_the_tent
mahal pala ng edrums.. mas maganda talagang solution siguro sa amin eh maglagay na lang ng drumshield-acrylic. :)


Nweys, common problem nga sa mga churches ang volume ng drums..  Gaano ba kalaki ang church nyo?  You can talk to your head pastor or kung sino man ang in-charge..  Ask them to soundproof your church..  Maraming kurtina, ipacarpet nyo, Paligiran nyo ng fiberglass yung drums or yung sinasabi mo na drumshield-acrylic.. etc..  Magastos talaga!  Maghihina ka rin sa pagpalo..

  :D
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 08:18:42 PM
Quote from: Teedee20
ey in_the_tent!  Saang church ka tumutugtog?
Mahal talaga ang edrums.. pero di pa ako nakakita ng edrums sa mga churches sa Pinas.  Dito sa HK, my Chinese friend told me that their church bought a Roland TD20 Vdrums.  But the kit is really expensive kaya yung mga mayayaman na churches lang ang nakakaafford nun.  You can also check Roland US website.  Meron silang "Worship connection site."  Very interesting coz I never knew that Roland music are sponsoring Christian music.. nagulat nga ako nung napanood ko yung mga videos.  TD20 Vdrums din ang gamit ng drummer dun

Jesus Our Good Shepherd Globl Outreach po. pero pag youth service lang ako pumapalo. thanks for the info sir.
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: in_the_tent on September 04, 2006, 08:25:08 PM
Quote from: Teedee20
Quote from: in_the_tent
mahal pala ng edrums.. mas maganda talagang solution siguro sa amin eh maglagay na lang ng drumshield-acrylic. :)


Nweys, common problem nga sa mga churches ang volume ng drums..  Gaano ba kalaki ang church nyo?  You can talk to your head pastor or kung sino man ang in-charge..  Ask them to soundproof your church..  Maraming kurtina, ipacarpet nyo, Paligiran nyo ng fiberglass yung drums or yung sinasabi mo na drumshield-acrylic.. etc..  Magastos talaga!  Maghihina ka rin sa pagpalo..

  :D


wala namang problem sa acoustics. sa stage lang. once naglakas drummer, lahat mapapalakas na rin. fiberglass/acrylic na nga solution talaga.:) try na ring maghina. hirap ding magcontrol ng me snap pa rin sa tugtugan e. kelangan talagang magensayo para maging katulad ng mga jazzer. :D
Title: Drum Module-Trigger Users
Post by: in_the_tent on September 14, 2006, 11:25:34 AM
Me gumagamit ba sa inyo ng module at triggers sa acoustic drum?

Pano ginagawa ninyo? Para madampen yung drums?

Same feel pa rin ba? Makakapagrimshot ka ba dun?

Saan nakakabili dito nun?
Title: Drum Module-Trigger Users
Post by: drumster on September 14, 2006, 05:07:19 PM
Posted by meinldrummer ( http://talk.philmusic.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=25382 )...

Quote from: meinldrummer
I use an Alesis DM5 drum module tapos gumawa ako ng triggers using piezo parts na nabili ko sa radioshack dati.

I trigger only my toms and bass drum kse ayoko mawala yun natural na tunog ng snare ko. I use it only in certain songs where it is needed kase dun sa dating band ko we used to play techno. Pero nagagamit ko rin sya pag sablay talaga yun drumset up sa mga out of town gigs where outdoor ang set-up pero wala man lang mic ang drums.

Tune your drums loose para mawala yun resonance kse yun piezo trigger picks up the vibrations produced by the drums. Yun trigger na ginawa ko kse eh head mounted kaya medyo sensitive sya. Kailngan muffled sya up to the point na hindi sya nagdodouble trigger o yun pag pumalo ka ng single stroke eh hindi double stroke ang labas nya. Natitimpla din yun sa drum module mismo. Kelangan lang ng maprosesong pag eexperimento para makuha yun tamang pagtimpla.

Magaadjust ka nga lang ng technique mo when using this set-up kse iba yun feel ng drums.

You can also use drum pads to augment your drum set-up. Bili ka ng practice pad tulad ng regal tapos gawa ka ng trigger tapos i-trigger mo yun practice pad. May instant drum pad ka na na pwede mo program ng different sounds. Mala Akira Jimbo.
Title: Drum Module-Trigger Users
Post by: Bammbamm on September 14, 2006, 06:29:50 PM
^^^Magkano score mo sa module?
Naka MuffleHead kasi yung kit ko e,kaya walang tunog.Pwede kaya yung trigger dun?
O kaya instead of buying a pair of bongo,timbales,bells, or any additional percussions,mas maganda nga siguro 'to! Magkano,bro?
Title: Electric Drums-maganda ba?
Post by: archie on September 15, 2006, 06:28:40 AM
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How about ung mga YAMAHA DD series, like this one:

(http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k4/bulog/dd55.jpg)
YAMAHA DD55

Dati kc me nagbebenta nito sa ebay.ph ng 8 thou lng.

Ngaun meron nagbebenta pero 12 thou gusto.

Pang record lng ata ito e and pang jamming.  Sa gig I dont think na this will be appropriate.


that particular model isn't touch sensitive...I'll be the first one to discourage you.  Its a chops downer.


Oo pre. Di maganda yan. Di ka matuto ng mga mga proper techiniques dyan. Sabi touch sensitive daw, kaso parang tatlong levels lang ang velocity values nya (soft, medium, hard). Kaya yun, binenta ko agad yung akin. :lol:



How about yun DD55C? touch sensitive na daw?
Title: What can you say about the DD-55? (electric drums)
Post by: Schimitar on November 05, 2006, 09:22:49 PM
What is your honest evaluation about this instrument..   DD-55 from yamaha. Is it convenient to use than conventional drums?
Title: drum modules
Post by: zound_tech on November 12, 2006, 03:55:41 PM
ano yung mga pros and cons pag triggers ang gamit mo instead of drum mics?
mas gusto ko kasi ung triggers eh...
kasi dami ng tunog na magagawa tska isang channel lang yung gagamitin sa mixer,
hehe
Title: Re: drum modules
Post by: peeves24 on November 12, 2006, 09:20:57 PM
let me guess, you record metal  :-D triggers are fine i guess since it helps hide the drummer's defects (e.g. playing double bass na di consistent yung level), allows you to record fast beats that would sound bad using mics (assuming the trigger doesnt mis fire), helps you do recording quicker too since you dont need to fine tune each and every drum to their utmost potential.

sobrang mabusisi sa tuning, placement at hocus pocus ang mics pero it can capture the drummer's dynamics while playing
Title: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: Chopstix on December 18, 2006, 01:42:33 PM
hey guys,

just wanted to get your opinion on electronic drums... i'm currently using one. i really wanted to get an acoustic but i was afraid that my neighbors will start complaining, especially that i can only play during night time (after work).

i just started learning how to play the drums and my first kit is an electronic. i would greatly appreciate if you can give me some inputs like pros and cons of both as far as my learning how to play is concern.

salamat po. :-)
Title: Re: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: rasta_gopz on December 18, 2006, 06:02:06 PM
iba pa rin kasi ang feel ng acoustic drums pero ang pag kakaalam ko meron ng mga electronic drums na my feel ng acoustic
nways depende yan sau sir if u want to get acoustic drums i think meron ka mabibili na drum mufflers or silencers

something that looks like this

(http://www.brdistribution.co.uk/acatalog/boxset.jpg)

(http://www.worldmusicsupply.com/images/cart/SOCCH.jpg)

(http://www.americandrumshop.com/Hardware/PearlHardware/PearlImages/PeRppads.jpg)
Title: Re: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: malambeng25 on December 19, 2006, 01:09:53 PM
share ko lang... nung bumiyahe sa japan uncle ko kasama banda niya, ang gamit nya raw dun yung roland na v-drums. ok naman daw yung tunog, pero iba daw talaga yung pakiramdam at talbog kahit high-end electronic drums na sya. kaya pag-uwi nya dito, kating-kati syang pumalo ng acoustic drums. tapos nung nakapalo na sya ng acoustic drums, feeling niya parang nabobo sya at ang laki ng nawala sa kanya.  :-( how sad.
Title: Re: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: Chopstix on December 19, 2006, 01:40:00 PM
hey malambeng25, thanks sa info. pwede mo ba makuha kung anong model ng Vdrums yung napalo nung uncle mo? pang reference lang.

onga eh, ibang iba talaga pag acoustic, kaso no choice ako talaga. mahirap na kasi, pag nareklamo ako sa ingay baka ipapulis ako. nakakapalo lang ako sa acoustic pag umaattend ako ng klase.

ang advantage lang nitong kit ko actually anytime pwede ako magpapalo at walang magrereklamo kasi pwede akong naka headphones. siguro pag nagimprove na rin ang drumming skills ko maghahanap na ko ng bagong bahay na pwede acoustic, siguro sa gitna ng bukid hehehe. pero thanks sa inputs ulit.

 :wink:
Title: Re: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: drummer_boy17 on December 19, 2006, 03:03:40 PM
iba pa rin kasi ang feel ng acoustic drums pero ang pag kakaalam ko meron ng mga electronic drums na my feel ng acoustic
nways depende yan sau sir if u want to get acoustic drums i think meron ka mabibili na drum mufflers or silencers

something that looks like this

(http://www.brdistribution.co.uk/acatalog/boxset.jpg)

(http://www.worldmusicsupply.com/images/cart/SOCCH.jpg)

(http://www.americandrumshop.com/Hardware/PearlHardware/PearlImages/PeRppads.jpg)

tnx for sharing your pics
Title: Re: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: Chopstix on December 19, 2006, 03:14:58 PM
iba pa rin kasi ang feel ng acoustic drums pero ang pag kakaalam ko meron ng mga electronic drums na my feel ng acoustic
nways depende yan sau sir if u want to get acoustic drums i think meron ka mabibili na drum mufflers or silencers

something that looks like this

ei rasta_gopz, salamat sa pics. actually na try na rin namin to, yung isang kaibigan ko bumili ng acoustic tapos nilagyan namin ng ganito, pero ang nangyari, feeling mo e-drums pinapalo mo pero d mo marinig ng maayos (pwera sa bass).
Title: Re: electronic drums and acoustic drums
Post by: waybine on December 20, 2006, 05:08:53 AM
For me depende sa function ....

If given the budget ... I prefer electronic drums like Roland TD 20 para sa church.
Mas madaling ma-control ang volume ....  :-D

Yun nga lang pag nag brownout ... balik acoustic na ulit.   :lol:
Title: Digital Drums
Post by: manson on January 16, 2007, 10:32:22 PM
Anyone here used Digital or Electronic drums like Roland SPD-S? or any thing similar to that? any info would be great! thnks
Title: electrical drums anyone?
Post by: blindgin on January 23, 2007, 10:28:33 AM
Sino ba yung nagbebenta ng electric drums dito na mura lang yung complete setup? I'm a guitarist talaga but would like to learn drums. Ayaw ko rin bumili ng set kasi maingay sa bahay. Ok ba itong mga ganito? at may nagbebenta sa pinas? kahit na second-hand lang. Mas ok siguro kung mura lang. :-D
Title: Re: electrical drums anyone?
Post by: Chopstix on January 23, 2007, 03:49:56 PM
hey blindgin, im using electronic drums kasi nag uumpisa pa lang din ako and big consideration yung ingay dahil baka mareklamo ng kapitbahay. okay sya pang practice kasi kahit anong oras ka magpapapalo, okay lang kung naka headphones ka. binili ko yung akin june 2005, upto now wala pa naman problema. knock on wood. maraming klase/models ang electronic so tingnan mo kung ano trip mo at kung ano ang okay sa budget.

merong Yamaha, Roland, Alesi etc... napansin ko mas sikat na pangalan, mas mahal  :-) check mo mga websites nila para makakuha ka ng detailed info.

good luck sa paghahanap mo and enjoy!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drumming Equipment thread
Post by: archie on February 02, 2007, 07:22:23 AM
meron bang dito edrums set yun mga $250 lang?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drumming Equipment thread
Post by: starfugger on February 02, 2007, 08:27:13 AM
mas ok ata yung mesg kesa sa pads.  the pads wear out after a while and the player's dynamics gets compromised.
Title: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 10, 2007, 12:20:12 AM
I have a question for drummers

With smaller living spaces, would it not be a good idea to put on your headphones and drum at performance level without pissing -off the neighbors?

and with electronic drums, drummers could be more creative by using not just the ordinary sampled sounds and integrating it into their music?

is there a resistance to go electronic? with technology of today, velocety sensitive pads, better better pads to have that real feel of hitting areal drum head?

A set would actually be easy to bring around and whatever unique sound you get to create, you can bring it anywhere.

I'm really curious about this.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: Bammbamm on February 10, 2007, 12:46:09 AM
Malabo yan sir, Malaking pera kasi ang katapat nyan. And considering the fact na halos pareho ang price ng High end acoustic kit and electronic drums, majority of us would go for an acoustic (I guess)
 
Sir, siguro yung drum trigger at sound module pwede, o kaya kung makaka avail kami ng isang piece lang halimbawa, tapos may gadget na pwedeng mag simulate ng tunog ng ibat ibang percussions, Im sure benta yan, huwag lang yung buong kit :-)
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: daemonite on February 10, 2007, 12:51:53 AM
i'd prefer just a part of the kit. siguro one pad lang, preferably the snare, na may kasamang effects na hand clap, etc. kasi pwede isama sa live yun. kahit siguro yung buong drum pad pwede. pero buying the whole elec. drum kit is for high end players only who can afford to buy. I saw one sa may galleria a few years back. hehe. sarap ng tunog kaso yung feel it's not necessarily the same.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 10, 2007, 07:27:04 AM

well, lets say a basic 4 piece kit (Kick pad w/ pedal + 2 Tom pads + snare pad + H-H pad w/ pedal + 2 cymbal pads + the sound module) all in a rack  going for around P35,000

and

a higher model 5 piece kit with a more superior model set of pads (Kick pad w/ pedal + 3 Tom pads + snare pad + H-H pad w/ pedal + 2 cymbal pads + the sound module) all in a rack  going for around P49,000

are these expensive in todays standards?
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: peeves24 on February 10, 2007, 09:09:12 AM
its cheap compared to yamaha and roland  :-D but still too expensive for the average pinoy

im assuming its going to have an alesis module so its cheap considering that the dm5 module sells at 24000 here

just curious sir, what brand are you bringing in?
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: Dindin on February 10, 2007, 03:10:03 PM
Sana Space Muffins/Boom Theory!!!

Electronic Drums that look like Acoustics...

(http://boomtheory.com/v-web/gallery/albums/Spacemuffins/Picture_067.sized.jpg)


(http://boomtheory.com/v-web/gallery/albums/Spacemuffins/Micro_bop_7.sized.jpg)

medyo mahal lang...

Anyway, I would be interested in the 4pc kit mbenipayo mentioned... especially if it's upgradeable just in case I would want to expand the setup in the future... I'm living in a condo so noise polution would really be an issue here...

Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: starfugger on February 10, 2007, 04:09:03 PM
hello mario.  perhaps full electronic kits are too expensive, but i think there might me a market for triggers and modules :)
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: phfreq on February 10, 2007, 07:46:38 PM
anong pong brand to?

ok din po siguro kung may option to buy just the brains/modules and pads separately, and kung meron ding triggers and triggers to midi converter.

siguro po yung iba icoconsider to as accessories para sa existing set nila. Other electronica artists who are drummers at heart might also be interested....


Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 10, 2007, 09:27:19 PM


Thank you for your inputs.

Im just checking out the possibilities.  No brand in particular yet, there are a number of manufacturers/ brands that answers the need.

Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: Jim Ayson on February 10, 2007, 11:02:30 PM
The 4 pad kit would be nice - I think most people buying these would be using them for home or condo use as Dindin mentioned. Would they be usable as MIDI pads that can trigger computers or modules? That would be interesting.

Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: peeves24 on February 11, 2007, 12:14:48 AM


Thank you for your inputs.

Im just checking out the possibilities.  No brand in particular yet, there are a number of manufacturers/ brands that answers the need.

places of worship are a good target market for edrums *hint hint*
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: nO RLY on February 13, 2007, 08:02:48 PM
wala pa kong alam dito sa pinas. pero sa hong kong meron. i believe narinig niyo na yung music store na tom lee. must visit para sa mga musicians. lahat andun. including yung electronic drums :-D
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: toybitz on February 13, 2007, 08:35:45 PM
budget would be a huge factor

feel is another...

sound could be a factor...

...and also its use beyond the  bedroom.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 14, 2007, 09:23:03 PM


ok, well, how about something like the roland SPD-20?  I saw saw this being used by Roger taylor during the "wild boys" song in the Duran Duarn concert....(i'm obviously from the 80's)
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 14, 2007, 09:25:41 PM


Roland SPD-20


(http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q66/forerunnertech/rolandspd20.jpg)
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 14, 2007, 09:27:22 PM

Hi Din,

with the Boom Theory, so when you hit the cymbals, it still produces actual cymbal sound?  so it still gets noisy?  and are they velocety sensitive too, which I expect the drums are.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: bolshoi on February 14, 2007, 09:29:15 PM


ok, well, how about something like the roland SPD-20?  I saw saw this being used by Roger taylor during the "wild boys" song in the Duran Duarn concert....(i'm obviously from the 80's)

hhmmm.... duran duran fan pala kayo sir. now i can tell kung ilan taon na kyo.  :-D :-D
ano ba yun gamit ng gene loves jezebel sir?
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 14, 2007, 10:11:38 PM
hahaha.

as far as i can remember, gene loves jezebel always uses real acoustic drums.  Its been a long time since i've seen a video.  they are good.  ahhh, momories of mobile days coming back.

Though Duran Duran would not fall under New Wave and a slightly different time frame, they are my favorite among the likes of Spandau, Culture Club, etc...

Good thing most UK/ european songs do not get commercialized too much and eventually ending up being "baduy".  I think this is due to the fact that there were no english songs that becam victims of singing contests on those noon time shows during the 80s...thus preserving their value.   My wife and I always said, the reason why there were never contests for english/UK songa is because the masa crowd can do an english accent....aren't we lucky.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 14, 2007, 10:15:09 PM
Bolshoi,

by using the handle Bolshoi, i believe you come from the same era as well.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: bolshoi on February 14, 2007, 11:44:21 PM
Bolshoi,

by using the handle Bolshoi, i believe you come from the same era as well.

hehehe... buking. dewran dewran fan din ako. yeah we're lucky na hindi naging baduy euro music.
kasi mahal ang plaka than time na imported and hindi basta basta makakabili sa mga record store. oorder pa sa greenhills.  :-D pero ngayon kahit sa bangketa makikita mo na mga compilation ng mga hard to find new wave songs dati.
mobile days.... miss ko tuloy yun bose 501, cerwin vega, mkII turntable and numark,weston and phonic mixer ko. hehehehe.  SD and TSI mobile.

btw sir, i've been to your store this morning bibili sana ko ng 8" splash lang pero ended up buying 8" & 10" SH splash. you've got nice sales attendant. na-try ko din yun mga cymbals na plan ko bilin next time. :-)

i forgot his name, sya yun bassist.

more power sa store nyo.
wag na sana kayo magtaas ng price. hehehehehe :-D
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: mbenipayo on February 15, 2007, 12:13:43 AM
very seldom would I hear from somone WESTON....that for sure is a dead-givaway of what year you started....MX-900 right? That's where i first learned to mix, the first DJ mixer with split monitoring....now, if you say you used a TAMON...honestly, I'd have to call you "kuya" coz' i've used it around that time but it was a hand-me-down.  We were BURNSCODE...

Thank you for patronizing our store, I hope our staff will continue to serve you well.  the bassist, that would be richard.

the MAPEX drums are just arriving, hope you get to see those too.   I plan to put 3 different series on the floor for everyone's scrutiny.

Cheers!!

Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: bolshoi on February 15, 2007, 01:08:02 AM
very seldom would I hear from somone WESTON....that for sure is a dead-givaway of what year you started....MX-900 right? That's where i first learned to mix, the first DJ mixer with split monitoring....now, if you say you used a TAMON...honestly, I'd have to call you "kuya" coz' i've used it around that time but it was a hand-me-down.  We were BURNSCODE...

Thank you for patronizing our store, I hope our staff will continue to serve you well.  the bassist, that would be richard.

the MAPEX drums are just arriving, hope you get to see those too.   I plan to put 3 different series on the floor for everyone's scrutiny.

Cheers!!

MX-900? damn i forgot already. binenta ko na kasi dati. one thing i like is the split monitoring but i never used the crossfader. humihina sa gitna.

TAMON. hahahaha. no comment
yun nalang phonic nag buhay saken dito. yun black. meron pa din pala sa raon nung phonic
but silver na color.

may bibili pa kaya ng phonic ko? vintage. :-D

hintay ko yun mapex.
planning to buy the 14"DH rock hats pero may pinakita si richard saken
13"SH. ayos din sa price na 4K+

Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: bolshoi on February 15, 2007, 01:33:45 AM
btw sir.
ano ba shipment nyo? by air or by sea?
i think i can assist you kung by air.
i can help you in processing and clearing sa custom.



Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: Dindin on February 15, 2007, 07:46:04 AM


ok, well, how about something like the roland SPD-20?  I saw saw this being used by Roger taylor during the "wild boys" song in the Duran Duarn concert....(i'm obviously from the 80's)

Roland is being distributed na by Yupangco... including Yamaha.
Though not on display... V-Drums can be ordered from them...
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: Dindin on February 15, 2007, 07:52:36 AM

Hi Din,

with the Boom Theory, so when you hit the cymbals, it still produces actual cymbal sound?  so it still gets noisy?  and are they velocety sensitive too, which I expect the drums are.

I'm not really sure about how their cymbal trigger looks like. On the second pic I posted, you can actually see it. Maybe it's that white rod sticking out from the bottom center. There is a cable attached to it. If that's it, you can dampen the cymbal sounds by putting cymbal mutes.

Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: in_the_tent on February 16, 2007, 11:15:20 AM

well, lets say a basic 4 piece kit (Kick pad w/ pedal + 2 Tom pads + snare pad + H-H pad w/ pedal + 2 cymbal pads + the sound module) all in a rack  going for around P35,000

and

a higher model 5 piece kit with a more superior model set of pads (Kick pad w/ pedal + 3 Tom pads + snare pad + H-H pad w/ pedal + 2 cymbal pads + the sound module) all in a rack  going for around P49,000

are these expensive in todays standards?

kung di malayo feel sa acoustic cool na cool to para sa akin. speaking from a church musician point of view. basta me rim shot, pwede ghost notes, napipigilan yung cymbals, pwede mag bell/crash sa ride ok na. very interested. hehe.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: Chopstix on February 16, 2007, 01:56:41 PM

kung di malayo feel sa acoustic cool na cool to para sa akin. speaking from a church musician point of view. basta me rim shot, pwede ghost notes, napipigilan yung cymbals, pwede mag bell/crash sa ride ok na. very interested. hehe.

d sya ganun kalapit pero d rin sya ganun kalayo pagdating sa feel. pero rim shot, ghost notes, choke sa cymbals, bell/crash sa ride, pwedeng pwede mo lahat gawin to.

panoorin mo yung sample video dito

http://www.dtxperience.com/dtxpressIIIsp.php (under video clips), demo ng yamaha dtxpress 3 special.
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: feed_back on February 16, 2007, 10:08:44 PM
hey mga bro advice naman dyan i have an old  roland dt 7  electronic drum kit .... should i sell it or should i still keep it ?
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: jaytheman on February 17, 2007, 12:17:11 PM
If it's boom theory, count me in. i will buy.

heck i'm having a hard time sound proofing the music room i have in my condo.

now :?, i have to spend alot for professional sound proofing. because the building management ordered it :-o.wala ka na magagawa dun. the next course of action is for your eviction even if you own that condo. :cry:

if only boom theory is available here, wala ng problema. plus, with boom theory, that means you can plug every instrument to a mixer, and have everyone use earphones. mas masarap mag jam pag ganun. with the one year i'm living here, di pa ako nakakapractice ng performance level. may drum silencers naman set ko pero iba feel... with boom theory, it would feel like the same as an acoustic set.

i'm sure if boom theory with be available here... there would be a market. :mrgreen:
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: in_the_tent on March 01, 2007, 01:44:21 PM
hay.. wala pa ba ito? gusto ko ng matest. hehe. kung matypan ko ito maggaganito na lang kami kesa mag acoustic drums..
Title: Re: is there a market for electronic drums?
Post by: drumster on March 01, 2007, 01:48:17 PM
For those interested with electronic drums, it would be very helpful to attend the Kozo Suganuma electronic drum clinic next week.  Check out related thread --- http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,37652.0.html .
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drumming Equipment thread
Post by: jpmb on March 01, 2007, 04:06:45 PM
this is next week na...call 8999595 for registration guys.. :mrgreen:
Title: Have some ddrum triggers and an Alesis DM5... turn on or turn off?
Post by: skunkyfunk on March 10, 2007, 10:10:38 PM
What music is best used with drum triggers?  I understand the metalheads like them, but what other music would be nice for acoustic drum triggers and a module like the DM5?
Title: Re: Have some ddrum triggers and an Alesis DM5... turn on or turn off?
Post by: intake on March 11, 2007, 11:41:27 AM
pwede rin sa drum and bass  :-)

tignan mo yung kay Jojo mayer..kaso ang alam ko naka mic pa rin yun..
pero meron siyang tech na naglalagay ng effects sa drums niya habang tumutugtog
Title: Re: Have some ddrum triggers and an Alesis DM5... turn on or turn off?
Post by: Gep on March 12, 2007, 12:26:50 PM
What music is best used with drum triggers?  I understand the metalheads like them, but what other music would be nice for acoustic drum triggers and a module like the DM5?

Listen to Akira Jimbo.  :-D
Title: Yamaha Electronic Drums thread
Post by: mjpartinez on May 03, 2007, 08:56:49 AM
balak ko kase bumile ... kelgn ko yung portability no to mention yung dame ng sounds at ease of recording... or what ever... drummers... enge naman ng inputs nyo tungkol dito any info will be much appreciated!... :-D


(http://cachepe.zzounds.com/media/quality,85/brand,zzounds/DD55-3509bfa3b5f95b08d0f5a799f4ded6b8.jpg)
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: palolo_worm on May 03, 2007, 11:32:59 AM
meron ako nito. ok lang naman siya, kyut. main issue ko lang ay yung pedals niya. kung mabilis mong tatapakan, isang beses lang tutunog. so mahirap gumawa ng doubles etc sa feet. pero kung titignan mo yung sound niya, ang ganda. sobrang dami. ahahaha. i can sell you mine if you want. just pm me.
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: intake on May 04, 2007, 07:11:04 AM
gagamitin mo sya as a substitute for a drumkit? ok lang kaso para sakin mahirap, yung pedal din mahirap, malaking button siya...pero kung gagamitin mo to incorporate other sounds in your drums ok to..kuya check mo yung alesis sr-16 thread dito, ok din yun = )
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: slowhandpal on May 10, 2007, 04:28:49 PM
is your dd55 for sale bro? meron ba xa built in drum machine so we can use it readily?
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: mjpartinez on May 13, 2007, 11:08:07 PM
is your dd55 for sale bro? meron ba xa built in drum machine so we can use it readily?

hynde po sken yan picture lng yung ke p worm ata yung for sale :-D
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: sonnaqs on May 14, 2007, 11:38:06 AM
i think digi drums will help alot to get diff sounds and beats in a jiffy..
well ung dd55 i know i mas mura compared sa DTX.. bumili ung keyb namin for gaming purposes ayos cya, pero btin lang ata sa dami ng sounds, i duno if mas marami sa dd55 compared to DTX ,, ung mas advanced na series non mas marami na cguro...
drawback: halos triple ata ang presyo compared to dd55... mas feel mo nga lang tlga ang drums kung DTX..
^_^
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: badongrodrigs on May 14, 2007, 05:31:37 PM
may ganito yung drummer namin.

we attempted to use this in our meager recordings, but it didn't sound too good. pag rolling na, tunog armalite, ratatatata lalo yung snare.

+1 sa pedal problem

ang ginagawa ng drummer namin about that, dinikit niya yung base sa isang upright na wall, tapos nilagay sa harap yung totoong pedal, tapos yung head nun yung tumatama sa pedal ng DD55.

pero okey siya pangpraktis in bedroom levels
Title: Yamaha DIIXtreme Electronic drums problem, I need help
Post by: ikoy on May 26, 2007, 04:01:10 AM
san po may nagre2pair ng electronic drum machine? tnx
kesa kc pdla pa ulit, tnx :-)
Title: Re: question lng po,
Post by: jun_BALARAW on May 26, 2007, 04:30:59 AM
san po may nagre2pair ng drum machine? tnx
kesa kc pdla pa ulit, tnx :-)
nako yan ang hirap pag sa ibang bansa binili... anung brand ba?
Title: Re: question lng po,
Post by: ikoy on May 26, 2007, 03:50:35 PM
yamaha DIIXtreme. the problem is ung sound na lumalabas mahina. naririnig pero compared dati, sobrang hina.
Title: Re: Yamaha DIIXtreme Electronic drums problem, I need help
Post by: intake on May 27, 2007, 03:26:52 AM
pm mo si jpmb, taga yupangco yun kaso hindi siya sa yamaha dept.
pwede makatulong yun  :-)

tingin ko sa trigger yan (guess)
Title: Re: Yamaha DIIXtreme Electronic drums problem, I need help
Post by: jpmb on May 28, 2007, 03:21:54 PM
hey man, yup im from another department...but i think you can have that drums of yours checked on our service center...cheers up :wink:
Title: Re: Yamaha DIIXtreme Electronic drums problem, I need help
Post by: ikoy on May 28, 2007, 07:54:03 PM
wow. thnx alot. I shall ask first thing in the morning. thnx jpmb and Intake :-D
Title: Re: yamaha dd55 digital na digital drums?
Post by: danepolicarpio on June 08, 2007, 03:13:43 AM
tama si badong.. ako actually ndi ko sha nagagamit sa mga tugtog.. pinipilit lang nila ako minsan.. pero kung practice mag isa.. oke naman... tapos me problema sha sa kick..

bale ang ginawa ko nga eh ung kinabit ko sha sa kahon tas ginamit kong pam palo saknya eh ung peds ko tlga.. kea epektib naman


kung sa recording oke naman sha problem lang sa recording dun ung rolling kasi halatang electric parang pantay pantay na ung tunogna exag na.. parang fruity loops.. aun..

pero sobrang dami nyang tunog and pwede ka pa maglagay. oke sha pam practice.. un... kunyari gagawa kau ng mga kanta..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drumming Equipment thread
Post by: AthanVai on June 29, 2007, 04:28:51 PM
hi guys! was just wondering where I could get an Alesis DM5 kit here locally? I find the rolands and yamahas to expensive kasi eh. the alesis smells just right for my budget... :) even 2nd hand ok lang din sakin.
Title: yamaha dd-55
Post by: col_rukie on January 07, 2008, 02:28:02 PM
First time post ako dito...

hehehehe

sirs tanong ko lang how much bentahan ng yamaha  dd-55

all over condition 8.5/10
thanks
Title: Re: Yamaha DD55 Electronic Drums thread
Post by: pyong_2 on January 08, 2008, 07:47:07 AM
meron ako nito, ok siya siya pangpracrice and ok din if icoconnect mo sa house, buo na yung tunog kasi yung built in speakers niya di ganong kaganda.. im planning to sell this kasi nagbabalak akong bumili ng roland mahal nga lang, hihihihih
Title: help re ddcc5
Post by: Rodster on February 06, 2008, 10:11:21 AM
ei friends, first time to post here. i usually hang out at the pro audio and bass place

anyway, i have a yamaha ddcc5 digital drums which is very useful for me in making music

im hoping you guys who may have knowledge could help re the ff:

1. how do i program the midi for each pads. i can't seem to understand the manual. im using sonar7 and loves what it brings in to my keyboards, would want to migrate the same on each of my pads. i have a yamaha usb-midi interface

2. is it normal for my kick drum pedal to be sooo sensitive everything i press it with the sole of my foot, it respond as if like a double pedal. im thinking of bringing it at yamaha for service. does anyone here know where to buy a kicktrigger, where i could use a standard kick pedal that kicks to this board that is connected to my ddcc5.

thanks friends

rody
Title: Re: Yamaha Electronic Drums thread
Post by: Rodster on February 07, 2008, 10:45:21 PM
for me, it's a good alternative to the high cost of room treatment, cymbals upgrade, space problem. i use it for practice and recording. depends naman sa taste mo sa vst ng bawat pads e. kaya nga im hoping someone here knows more of midi transfer to each pads. i love what it could do with sonar

may idea nako sa kick hehehehe thanks sa inyo

rody
Title: MIDI help for DD55C
Post by: Rodster on May 13, 2008, 08:58:45 PM
guys, could anyone help me with my midi prob?

i love sonar's session drummer 2, but i cant seem to configure the sounds i want for each pad of my yamaha dd55c. im using m audio 2496 midi connections. i also have yamaha ux16 usb. 

pls help. i'm desperate for the answer =)

thanks,

rody
Title: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: adl on May 18, 2008, 12:55:52 PM
hi guys im new here.

i am planning to buy myself an e drums, mainly because of the space consumption and the noise factor hehe im new to percussions and looking for my first kit.

i am leaning towards the YAMAHA DTXPLORER kit, wat can you say about the kit? anyone of you owns a set? inputs, suggestions are very much welcome!

CHEERS!
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: zound_tech on May 18, 2008, 01:21:02 PM
ei bro,

wala akong electronic drums na sarili, pero mai nahiraman ako just a week ago, yamaha dtxpress din pero yung luma pa, yung maliit lang yung harapan,

personally, malaking 2long sakin, kc anytime na feel mo tumugtog, pwede, mai ka jam kapa, tska mai metro pa, everyday ako napalo sa electronic set d2 sa bahay pero pagpalo ko s acoustic kanina hindi naman ako nanibago, aus yan bro, madali ka pa magrecord tska lahat ng 2nog magagawa mo, pwede mo testingin lahat ng cymbals tska sets, for free, hehe, tska ang galeng ng sample na palo ng mga songs na sasabayan mo, dami ko na22nan dun eh,

ewan ko sa iba ha, pero sa isang linggo ko na gamit yun masaya ako,
yun nga lang, ndi talaga sya tahimik pag nagpapractice ka kc mai ingay yung mga pads, yung roland tahimik pero mahal, mesh heads gamit nila eh
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: adl on May 18, 2008, 02:08:24 PM
hey! tnx for the reply!

any other inputs?
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: timpanista on May 18, 2008, 02:16:59 PM
mas gusto ko ang tunog and sensitivity ng roland v drums kaysa yamaha dtx series. yun nga lang mas mahal ang v drums. pero quality wise mas panalo ang v drums. dual triggers lahat ng pads nya. dko lang alam kung sa dtx ganun din. may TD6KW ako d2 sa bahay un ang praktisan ko d2 kasi d pwede ang acoustic drums magagalit kapitbahay hehehe. ok nman ang edrums. yun nga lang kung mageensayo ka sa edrums dapat isipin mo na acoustic drums ginagamit mo. ung palo pati setup ng acoustic dapat ang gagawin mo para pagbalik mo sa acoustic dka masyado maninibago. :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: adl on May 18, 2008, 03:46:07 PM
yeah i have read review that the ronalds are awesome!

but i dont want to spend that much for the kit, for fun lang. but i want a decent kit...

im leaning towards getting the yamaha dtxplorer hehe

here is a link:

http://www.yupangco.com/index.php?sid=aa127bf0059d2a0819f20ed719cac9be&mod=prod&op=det&pid=3134
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: powercharge on May 18, 2008, 06:22:23 PM
The Yamaha DTXplorer is a good buy. I tried it at Yupangco a month ago while I was shopping also for edrums. Maganda response niya pati sound quality. Ok din yung sensitivity at meron pang kasamang bass pedal. I almost got one but I decided to get a Roland TD3-SW. Iba kasi feel ng Roland plus mas realistic yung drum module. You get dual trigger snare, hihat and cymbals. If you upgrade to a TD6V module, your toms are dual trigger ready.

Pero kung yung budget is for the DTXplorer, you won't regret getting one.

Go to www.vdrums.com/forum may reviews sila dun ng dtxplorer, comparing it with other products.

Kung may Alesis DM5 Pro with Surge Cymbals na dito, yun din sana binili ko. Same price ng DTXplorer. :-D
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: adl on May 18, 2008, 08:51:39 PM
wow hows the ronalds? how much did you get it?

i dont plan to buy the dtxplorer here.. almost double price dto hehe

tnx for the inputs!

more inputs please!
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: timpanista on May 18, 2008, 10:34:01 PM
if you have the budget to buy dtx there in ph, you can buy the roland td6 here in hk. dagdag ka lang ng konti pa. :-) as a roland owner i'll say much better ang tunog and feel nya kaysa dtx. kung gusto mo makadinig ng sample ng roland check mo d2. http://rocktadeo.multiply.com/ (http://rocktadeo.multiply.com/) may sample recording ako jan yung World War 3 using my TD6 kit all instruments played by me. :-D ung ibang track jan puro loops na sa garageband. ung World War 3 lang ang ginamitan ko ng TD6
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: powercharge on May 19, 2008, 01:46:48 PM
Mahal talaga eDrums dito. Half price if you buy it abroad.

Timpanista, how much is the TD6-SW in HK? I assume you got it at Tom Lee.

The challenge is to bring the whole thing in a plane since we only have a limit of 70 pounds with a total of 62 inches in total dimension per baggage.

Box 1 is the TD3-KW - drum module and pads.You may remove the contents and put it in a regular balikbayan box.

Box 2 is the MDS-3C - drum rack stand. Dimension is 36 x 30 x 7 inches. You can't put this in a plane but you can have it shipped. Around 65USD if you use the door to door forwarders.

You can also buy it online and have it shipped but the shipping charge is around 450USD. The well known online stores (musiciansfriend, Samash) does not ship Roland products outside the USA. You can buy at Audiolines.com since they can ship internationally.





Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: timpanista on May 19, 2008, 03:10:03 PM
powercharge dko lang alam kung same ang price ng TD6-kw and sw. pero kung same lang sya around 10k hk$. that's around 53k peso.
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: powercharge on May 19, 2008, 05:00:07 PM
Parehas lang. Sa US kasi they sell it na complete set kaya "SW" yung code nila. Pero two boxes pa rin. The drum kit is TD6-KW and stand is MDS-3C or MDS-6L.

Price ng set mo dito sa Pinas e mga Php140k.

Grabe best place to buy there in HK. Cheaper than in the US. If I will upgrade my kit, diyan na lang ako bibili ng TD6 or TD9 na drum module at extra PD8 and CY8.
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: adl on May 19, 2008, 05:12:39 PM
yeah the shipping is deadly!

timpanista, how much is the yamaha dtxplorer there in hk?
Title: Re: Electronic DRUMS!
Post by: timpanista on May 19, 2008, 05:52:02 PM
yeah the shipping is deadly!

timpanista, how much is the yamaha dtxplorer there in hk?

around 5-6k hk$ adl
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drumming Equipment thread
Post by: black_panther on May 21, 2008, 05:43:50 PM
i am not really a electronic guy, but lately i am appreciating the benefits and wonders of it having it as an extension of your drumkit,  :wink:, i am looking forward of getting a medeli kit for myself (since the roland's are too expensive haha)

btw guys some new stuffs from Alesis arrived our stores already, my favorite is this one, the alesis performance pad

(http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff24/jp_goat/performance_pad_front_lg.jpg)

although i am still on the process of learning this tool, its the excitement of exploring new grounds of drumming that drives me to learn more about this stuffs..cheers     :wink:
Title: Electronic Drumming in Live situations
Post by: ixizmusic on July 02, 2008, 07:41:02 AM
Hi guys

Just inviting you to watch the video of out band Wyre in YouTube


Im just an intermediate drummer, but what i like to share with the group is
viability of electronic drums in drumming and gigging.

Ive yet to get dough and try out the Medeli electronic drums featured in the next thread or maybe they can sponsor me, hehehe. Id love to tinker with it and max out all the sampling capabilities and midi options to connect it to softwares such as Ableton live and Native Instruments' Battery.

Currently I use 2 Roland SPD11 ( this is the old 1990s generation drumpad, the new one is still way expensive ) for my set-up.

There are 3 basic challenges I face in electro percussions / drum pads

1) Linear playing and independence.
2) Playing to a track.
3) Audience impact.

Linear playing and independence. As opposed to using four limbs, but since i dont have a foot pedal trigger, im limited to maximize the sound / use of my drum pads to only two limbs. Its not flashy but its a good study on linear independence on playing hihat, bassdrums, snare, toms and cymbals on a flat linear surface using two limbs.

I learned this years ago in a book " ONE SURFACE DRUMMING" whos author escapes me. The concept is playing musical drum notes i one surface which can push your creativity in maximizing your rudimentary pallete of the RR LL RR / RL RL RR LL, etc... very applicable to drum pads, kajon, and other percussions

Playing to a track. Session drummers and drummers who's bands use sequenced music can relate to this. Its difficult to sync your own "human" time with that of a click track. What I do (as a seq programmer / keyboardist) is look ahead on who i will be playing this song to.. a live drummer, a guitar player... and make the song with them in mind. That is give musical space to these musicians. For the drummer, i would create a " for live drum track only" where the drum programming is minimal giving space for the live drummer to play along. Having a good click reference is key for the drummer so at times (but not always) I do not quantize my programming. Thats one of the key advantages of being a seq keyboardist and drummer at the same time, you know when the song would hype up and speed a little and you know when its gonna drag a little.


For this minimal setup gig, I used a Roland SPD-11 drum pads
for drums and fills. On the second song i just used the drum
pads for fills as i concentrated on playing synths on top of
the sequenced synth programming running Ableton live rewired to Reason 3.0. Songs were sequenced entirely on Reason 3.0.

Audience impact.  Ive gigged with our minimal electronica setup since 2003. One of my major challenges is connecting with the audience. So many sounds would come from only 2 people. And we have always had our fairshare of critical musical purists criticizing our musical prowess in gigs.
We totally feel comfortable if its an all Electronica line up bands. This is specially evident when we play along full member bands (vox, bass, guitar, drums, and keys) I swear when we played at Club Dredd akala ko kukuyugin kami sa reaction ng crowd. No bottles were thrown but close to that. The thing is I had to make 2x the animation / theatrics and showmanship to compensate for the laptop performance. I had to make a connection with the audience that what i was doing eventually do trigger sounds.

Hope this article gave an insight in electronic drumming / sequencing in playing live.

I'll see how the thread goes. In future articles Ill discuss, click playing, humanizing drum programming, midi set-ups, syncing with available softwares such as Ableton live, Native Instruments Battery, etc

thanks

boyramos
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Title: Re: Electronic Drumming in Live situations
Post by: zyncopado on July 30, 2008, 01:44:54 PM
BoyR...

I'm using my vdrums to trigger percs.  However, what I would like to do is connect the pads to an Alesis I/O hooked up to my laptop to trigger Ableton Live.

Are you familiar with this set up?

What I'm trying to accomplish is to have the parts grouped into a verse, pre-chorus, chorus, bridge, intro, extro, etc... and assign them to different pads.

This way, i'm not a slave to the sequence of the song.

If you can describe a schematic, I would greatly appreciate it.

Peace!

pacoarespacochaga
Title: Roland SPD-20
Post by: wendsworld on August 13, 2008, 12:55:14 PM
Hi fellow drummers...a friend gave me a Roland SPD-20 percussion pad...medyo my sira nga lang...my idea ba kayo where to have it repaired? thanks!

Title: Re: Roland SPD-20
Post by: powercharge on August 13, 2008, 01:27:50 PM
Try at Yupangco in Makati. Sila lang ang authorized repair center ng Roland Products dito.
Title: Re: Roland SPD-20
Post by: wendsworld on August 13, 2008, 06:38:52 PM
alryt i'll visit them one of these days...thanks bro
Title: Re: Electronic Drumming in Live situations
Post by: forerunnermusic on August 14, 2008, 06:42:28 AM
Ixiz, Have you gotten around to try the Medeli kit?  if you're in the South, a set is set up at Hi-fi Lounge.
Title: electronic drums
Post by: joots on August 25, 2008, 07:31:40 PM
Have anyone tried this? They say it sounds like the real thing. Link below.

http://www.retpercussion.us/vptpackages.htm
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: forerunnermusic on August 25, 2008, 10:09:10 PM
the guys at TMS made this video for your reference....

http://thepocket.multiply.com/video/item/40/TMS_jam_Trying_out_the_Aria_STB-JB-DX5_and_Medeli_electric_drum_kit


Robert de la Cruz on the Medeli DD-506 E-drums, Roger Alcantara on Bass and Clint Estomago on Guitars
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: forerunnermusic on August 29, 2008, 08:43:53 AM


Check out the Medeli DD-506 E-Drums at the 4th Arts and Music Festival at Hall 3 of Mega Mall today til Sunday.

visit us at The Music Source booth, on hand would be JP Buduan and Robert dela Cruz to show you around the Medeli, MAPEX, STAGG and VATER products.

nice discounts will be offered at the show.
Title: Electronic or Acoustic Drums?
Post by: j3yps on November 25, 2008, 09:33:11 PM
Hi guys what do you think is more appropriate for me? Electronic or Acoustic Drums, ilalagay ko lang sa "Studio" ko for personal use, Pros and Cons?...

Eto po aaminin ko, wala akong alam sa pag-tug-tog nang drums...Pero i think mas mahihirapan akong matuto kung wala akong drums hehehe

Paki lagay nadin po kung ano marerecommend nyo na Electronic or Acoustic Drums...Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic or Acoustic Drums?
Post by: marko21 on November 25, 2008, 10:48:50 PM
Kung wala ka pa pong experience or first time pa lang, IMO mas maganda pag acoustic. Mahirap masanay sa feel ng electronic, tapos biglang lilipat sa acoustic  :-)
Title: Re: Electronic or Acoustic Drums?
Post by: j3yps on November 25, 2008, 11:42:31 PM
How about sa tunog hindi ba mas verasatile ang tunog nang Electronic cause you got to choose your "Patch"(hindi ko alam tawag dun eh), main issue ko po kasi is yung space eh,kaya mejo i'm on the Electronic's side...
Title: Re: Electronic or Acoustic Drums?
Post by: sjon014 on November 25, 2008, 11:45:52 PM
Basically, with electronic kits come the advantages of variety (yes, with patches and samples), recording convenience, and playing without the noise.

Still, nothing can beat the sound and feel of a good kit with good cymbals. :lol:
Title: Re: Electronic or Acoustic Drums?
Post by: phfreq on November 26, 2008, 12:04:10 AM
i guess depende sa primary objective and priority mo.

since hindi ka pa marunong magdrums, if your primary purpose is to create and record songs, ok siguro yung electronic drums or pwede ding drum machines of pc/software based drum samples and grooves.

kung ang primary objective mo is to learn drums and ok lang yung noise, go acoustic. Pero note that kung irerecord mo ung acoustic drums, kailangan pa rin ng mics, mixers, recorders, cables, among other things... magpapatong patong na ung gastos.. and also nandon din ung sound treatment ng rooms. Recording drums (well) is not really an easy thing. Pero kapag electronic drums, mabilis lang ang recording -- tap lang sa out nung drum brain tapos pasok sa recorder, solve na..

Title: Re: Electronic or Acoustic Drums?
Post by: Akira JUMBO on November 26, 2008, 12:06:26 AM
c/o The SEARCH function:

Acoustic vs. Electronic drums
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,79322.0.html
Title: Alesis dm5 repair technician?
Post by: paulknk on December 03, 2008, 01:23:02 AM
hi! anybody who knows into alesis dm5 repair? thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: reycantong on December 03, 2008, 11:43:47 AM
I'm currently using a Roland TD-3KW and waiting for my (Toontrack's) Superior Drummer 2.0. Check the links below and see how realistic the samples are:

feature=related

That's Nir Z on the drums by the way.

For me, this is the most practical way to get the most out of your drum sound. Many choices and options to choose from. This will let you focus more on your drumming techniques rather than spending more time tweaking the mikes, the drums, the  room etc. to get your drum sound.

Title: JB music electric drums
Post by: pualux on September 22, 2010, 11:56:17 PM
who's been to jb music lately? may nakita niyo ba yung electric drums doon?

ok ba siya?

cheapest electric drums na nakita ko. ---though certainly not much of an eye candy

I wanna try playing the drums kasi pero I can't have an acoustic set cause I've got angry neighbors.

pwede naba? or what can you recommend na electronic drums for beginners
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: manrey on September 23, 2010, 12:15:19 AM
ano kayang brand yung hinandle nila?
alesis kaya?
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: Riff_6603 on September 23, 2010, 05:53:50 AM
ano kayang brand yung hinandle nila?
alesis kaya?

yung cheapest nila is around 16K ata AFAIK, LA drums yung brand.. not much of an eye candy indeed.. :lol:

who's been to jb music lately? may nakita niyo ba yung electric drums doon?

ok ba siya?

cheapest electric drums na nakita ko. ---though certainly not much of an eye candy

I wanna try playing the drums kasi pero I can't have an acoustic set cause I've got angry neighbors.

pwede naba? or what can you recommend na electronic drums for beginners

This might help.. :wink:

New to Electronic Drums

http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,163546.0.html
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: peeves24 on September 23, 2010, 07:02:39 AM
practice yup pwedeng pwede na. mabilis mo nga lang pagsasawaan kasi:

1. hihat - open and close sounds lang sya, walang in between
2. sound library - walang usable sa default kits, pwede ka naman mag assign ng user defined kit para mapili mo yung tamang tunog ng toms, snares, kit at cymbals
3. plastic pedals - palitan mo ng real pedals at diy kick pad. plastic din yung hihat pero ok lang na wag mo na palitan kasi on-off lang naman nagagawa nya
4. hindi dual zone yung ride - stuck ka lang sa isang sound, walang bell
5. medyo mahirap yung crash choke, masyado maliit yung choke button di mo pa kita kasi nasa ilalim
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: sandythedrummer on September 23, 2010, 10:59:48 AM
Well for the price pwede sa mga beginners or people in condo. Comment ko lang is the Kick Pedal. DIY ka nalang.
Here are the pics nung Ekit

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v731/sandyman/DSCN2447.jpg)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v731/sandyman/DSCN2448.jpg)
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: manrey on September 23, 2010, 01:59:23 PM
iyan yung brand na xion/come1.
meron ako nito pero marami talagang kulang.
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: Reich on September 24, 2010, 08:11:00 AM
Meron sa Hi Fi Lounge... Alesis ata yun if i'm not mistaken... around 25k.  Mukhang mas okay compared dun sa JB.

Okay din talaga eDrums for practice.  Minsan nga lang nakakafrustrate if hindi mo makuha yung right settings, especially for the hi hat.  The good thing is, highly customizable sya, so you can also replace kits as you like, depending on the trigger and the software that you use.  I personnaly use Alesis Trigger I/O plus Addictive Drums :)
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: pualux on September 24, 2010, 02:20:09 PM
ahhh thanks for the replies mga sir, I'll check out the thread you posted sir moderator

:)
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: samscapular on September 25, 2010, 12:17:21 PM
tried it hindi maganda yung pagkakagawa niya kasi lahat ng joints is made from plastic,pedal as you can see sa pics ni sandy electronic talaga,yung sound module niya delayed yung labas.Just my 2 cents,try niyo na lang. :-)
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: pualux on September 26, 2010, 01:12:19 AM
siguro mas ok yung alesis nalang noh?
Title: Re: PINOYDRUMS UNIFIED HELP THREAD (POST ALL GENERAL DRUM-RELATED QUESTIONS HERE!)
Post by: bugoy on October 24, 2010, 02:22:05 AM
Hello mga pre. meron ba dito kapwa Roland E-drum user ? specifically yung v-drums may TD-9k kasi ako and meron akong dalawa purchased expansion packs online. may nakasubok na ba kung pwede mag load ng multiple expansion packs sa drum module ? kasi kada mag load ako ng isa nabubura yung existing. TIA sa mga mag rereply!
Title: Re: Re: PINOYDRUMS UNIFIED HELP THREAD (POST ALL GENERAL DRUM-RELATED QUESTIONS HERE!)
Post by: bugoy on October 24, 2010, 05:09:54 AM
meron pala akong Acustix Live Expansion Pack at Hodge Podge Expansion Pack yung may metal at 50 masters sets diyan baka gusto trade or share share hehe PM! TD-9 yung sakin plaa hehe
Title: Electronic Drums VS. Drum Machines...
Post by: zachki on August 26, 2011, 09:09:58 AM
gusto ko mag drums sa madaling araw...

Electronic drums -kain space,-mahal
Drum Machines +maliit space,+mura "pwede yata gamitin as effects sa gig? not sure"

pero as practice medium, ano po ba mas masusuggest nyo mas maganda?
ano mas makakatulong satin to grow as a drummer?

-salamat at pasensya po sa mod na naabala na nag merge
Title: Re: JB music electric drums
Post by: godisjudge on November 10, 2011, 11:09:14 AM
Well for the price pwede sa mga beginners or people in condo. Comment ko lang is the Kick Pedal. DIY ka nalang.
Here are the pics nung Ekit

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v731/sandyman/DSCN2447.jpg)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v731/sandyman/DSCN2448.jpg)

I bought one last Himig Lakas sale @13975PHP only. 35% off, Didn't know if may naka avail at 45%.  :?
For it's price, bang for the buck na din sakin. Serve it's purpose for just practicing at night and on my room w/ no acoustic treatment. Limited yung sounds/patches,I guess you get what you pay for. Bumili na rin ako nung Kick stand priced at 2470 para magamit ko yung DD's. Sa mga gusto mag try, Don't expect too much out of it, Pwede na pam practice. Cheers!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jet_reyes on November 18, 2011, 08:58:30 AM

Mine is a medelli dd506.  May I repost my video. Gamit ko po dito yung medelli, thanks

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: godisjudge on December 02, 2011, 02:36:02 PM
Mine is a medelli dd506.  May I repost my video. Gamit ko po dito yung medelli, thanks


Nice on bro. One man band.hehe
Anong software gamit mo?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jet_reyes on December 02, 2011, 07:01:52 PM
Thank you bro, software for recording? Im using hardware bro, R16. Di ako masyado into DAW, dati puro pro tools kaso nung nabasa ko
yung last recording ng foo fighters na encourage ako na to do it the old fashion way hhahaha. yung e drums nyan medelli pero if you
notice iba yung voice.

Nice on bro. One man band.hehe
Anong software gamit mo?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: godisjudge on December 05, 2011, 10:29:50 AM
Thank you bro, software for recording? Im using hardware bro, R16. Di ako masyado into DAW, dati puro pro tools kaso nung nabasa ko
yung last recording ng foo fighters na encourage ako na to do it the old fashion way hhahaha. yung e drums nyan medelli pero if you
notice iba yung voice.

Ok nga bro pagkagawa. Yung E-drums ko pang practice lang talaga para di maingay, gabi lang din kasi free time ko and weekends. Wala pa ko experience sa recording w/ e-drums, Tanong tanong muna and research.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: MYN11 on December 05, 2011, 10:50:06 AM
I'm currently using a ROLAND TD9KX V-DRUMS with TOONTRACK SUPERIOR DRUMMER VST monitoring through ROLAND PM-10:

(https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/14659_1195160451925_1615874532_497898_5120603_n.jpg)
(https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/14659_1195160611929_1615874532_497901_5701894_n.jpg)

Used it in our songs:
http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/3/SOvCGYK8IGA (http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/3/SOvCGYK8IGA)
http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/2/19gz9HNmywY (http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/2/19gz9HNmywY)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dolfmen on December 05, 2011, 02:56:42 PM
tanong ko lang mga ser, naka bile kasi ako ng modular drum pads na may mga piezo na, may idea ba kayo kung magkano yung mga module na ok na, 5 pads lang sya lahat. thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: geremii on December 10, 2011, 02:38:48 AM
JB music carries Alesis ekits na hehe


ano ba pinagkaiba ng Alesis DM6 at Medeli DD-506?

Alesis DM6 sa JB: Php 40,950
Medeli DD-506 sa TMS: Php 36,995
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ciro on January 24, 2012, 12:32:57 AM
MEDELI, ALESIS OR LA DRUMS?

HALOS PAREHO SA PRICE LAHAT TO...

JUST GOT MY LA VR-02 E DRUMS.. OK NAMAN SYA BETTER THAN JUST A PRACTICE PAD RIGHT? 

UNG MEDELI BA TOUCH SENSE??
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: godisjudge on January 24, 2012, 01:40:27 PM
MEDELI, ALESIS OR LA DRUMS?

HALOS PAREHO SA PRICE LAHAT TO...

JUST GOT MY LA VR-02 E DRUMS.. OK NAMAN SYA BETTER THAN JUST A PRACTICE PAD RIGHT? 

UNG MEDELI BA TOUCH SENSE??

I also got LA Drums last himig lakas sale. Ok siay as practice kit and mura ko nakuha e. Preset sounds lang kaya limited unless you use it as trigger then hook it up sa Addictive drums/EZ drummer (Kaso matarabaho lalo gusto ko lang naman magpractice ng gabi.)  :-D

Medeli DD506 Sale price ata sa TMS is 26 or 27. Hindi pa dual layer yung cymbs pads.
Then yung Alesis DM6 I think ang pinaka Ok if w/ this 3 choices. 40k siya sa JB pero sure na may discount.
Title: KORG padKONTROL OR YAMAHA DD65
Post by: jaysonkai on January 31, 2012, 09:05:27 PM
ano ba mas ok KORG padKONTROL or YAMAHA dd65 ? kinukulet ako ng mrs ko eh haiyyyy!!
help naman po mga boss :D salamat
Title: trigger
Post by: +bloodheim+ on February 04, 2012, 01:14:43 PM
hindi po ako drummer pero gusto ko lng malaman kung magkano ung trigger at ano ung mga accessories nun?


thank you.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: curry on February 04, 2012, 05:03:31 PM
I just want to share my e-kit....but I think it's actually a hybrid kit since I incorporated acoustic percussion instruments here so I get the best of both worlds  :razz:

(http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm115/shinigami59/image618.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: zachki on February 14, 2012, 07:41:52 AM
I'm currently using a ROLAND TD9KX V-DRUMS with TOONTRACK SUPERIOR DRUMMER VST monitoring through ROLAND PM-10:

(https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/14659_1195160451925_1615874532_497898_5120603_n.jpg)
(https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/14659_1195160611929_1615874532_497901_5701894_n.jpg)

Used it in our songs:
http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/3/SOvCGYK8IGA (http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/3/SOvCGYK8IGA)
http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/2/19gz9HNmywY (http://www.youtube.com/user/reycantong?feature=mhee#p/u/2/19gz9HNmywY)

ang sarap naman nyan bro... drools*
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: fat bastard on February 14, 2012, 03:09:02 PM
Tanong lang mga bossing. Compatible ba sa medelli dd506 yung alesis surge cymbals with choke capability?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: e-guitar on February 19, 2012, 01:46:07 PM
May nakatry na ba ng CASIO LD80? review naman po!!! thanks in advance  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: toybitz on February 20, 2012, 02:08:57 PM
here's my semi...

yeah..iba talaga feel sobra pagdating sa pedal...

kaya I still use a real hi-hat, bass drum and drum pedal for that...

(http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a56/toybitz/Pearl2.jpg)

(http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a56/toybitz/Pearl.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: staccatoboi on February 26, 2012, 03:56:58 PM
ayos ang lufet ng mga e-kits nyo nakaka iyak hahaha can't afford to get an e-kit keya nauwi nalang ako sa pagbili ng laruan.. hahaha.. check this out.. KORG PadKontrol Velocity Sensitive Finger Pads.. (MIDI Controller)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=1&feature=plcp - Aviary Sky - Bulletproof (Original Song)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=2&feature=plcp - Aviary Sky - Another Light (Original Song)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=8&feature=plcp - Aviary Sky - Leaving (Original Song)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=9&feature=plcp - Fast Pace - Price Tag (Jessie J. Cover)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=14&feature=plcp - Fast Pace - Ode to My Family (Cranberries Cover)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=3&feature=plcp - Nothing On You - B.O.B. Featuring Bruno Mars (Cover)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=13&feature=plcp - Fast Pace - Party in the USA (Miley Cyrus Cover)

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=19&feature=plcp - Fast Pace - Dance with My Father (Jay R Cover "WITH NOOB PERCUSSIONS XD.. DON'T KNOW HOW TO PLAY PERCUSSIONS KC HAHA"

list=UU491upXEGFk6lzGo9wOCd7w&index=20&feature=plcp - Lamb of God - Laid to Rest Drum Cover on Korg padKontrol

- Lamb of God - Blood of the Scribe Drum Cover on Korg padKontrol

- Korg padKontrol Drum Jam HOURGLASS
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kikopal on March 11, 2012, 05:56:11 PM
san pa po ba makakabili ng v drums dito sa pinas aside from yupangco. or kung meron dito nagbebenta ng td4K buy ko na po. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: BOY_ORCS on March 14, 2012, 08:42:54 AM
san pa po ba makakabili ng v drums dito sa pinas aside from yupangco. or kung meron dito nagbebenta ng td4K buy ko na po. :)
how much po ba yung budget nyo for a td4k?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kikopal on March 14, 2012, 01:01:29 PM
depende sa condition nung kit sana sir. meron po ba kayo sir? interested ako makita.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ken minneman on March 15, 2012, 06:13:52 AM
Now im planning to buy the Alesis DM6 tapos ipon na lang ulit after for an acoustic drums...


Any more reviews and comments about the DM6? :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: BOY_ORCS on March 16, 2012, 11:00:40 AM
Now im planning to buy the Alesis DM6 tapos ipon na lang ulit after for an acoustic drums...


Any more reviews and comments about the DM6? :-D
maybe you would like to consider the new incoming Roland hd3 a more compact and good quality e-drums.  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: BOY_ORCS on March 16, 2012, 11:06:02 AM
depende sa condition nung kit sana sir. meron po ba kayo sir? interested ako makita.
we still have 1 unit in our provincial branch of the td-4k. if your interested  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kikopal on March 17, 2012, 03:28:34 PM
we still have 1 unit in our provincial branch of the td-4k. if your interested  :)

sir pm meyour number.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: backbeat17 on May 17, 2012, 10:20:33 PM
ETO PO SA AKIN.. WEW! :)

(http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh628/drumGod13/PRIDEANDJOY-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ken minneman on May 18, 2012, 12:11:02 AM
ETO PO SA AKIN.. WEW! :)

(http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh628/drumGod13/PRIDEANDJOY-1.jpg)


ANG GANDA!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: IronCobra on May 22, 2012, 05:37:49 PM
Here's mine:

ROLAND TD-9KX
ROLAND PM-10 monitor
AKG Headset
TAMA Iron Cobra pedals

(http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c318/rjbarretto/020420121041.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dimple_guy0619 on May 22, 2012, 10:21:01 PM
Here's mine:

ROLAND TD-9KX
ROLAND PM-10 monitor
AKG Headset
TAMA Iron Cobra pedals

(http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c318/rjbarretto/020420121041.jpg)


Nice Gears!!!   Got mine also last sunday Roland TD-9K2... :) :) :)Pics to follow....  good for practice di kasi maingay.. kagaya kong nagsisimula palang pumalo...
he..he..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: IronCobra on May 23, 2012, 08:12:42 PM
nice one dimple. Yup, good for practice sya. I'd been using acoutic drums since 1997. Pero last year, I switch to E-drums. Di pigil ang palo, kahit anong oras pwede! More time to practice and they sound really good!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kaisylauder on May 27, 2012, 10:20:10 PM
Need your help fellow e-drums user. most of the mounts (snare and 2 toms) of my medeli dd506 are now broken.  I believe it became brittle after some time, and since it's just made of plastic it easily cracked when i tried to reposition it. Sad to say, TMS does not sell spare mounts.  Can you suggest another hardware to mount my pads or probably a known shop that fabricates drum hardware.

TIA guys!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: IronCobra on May 28, 2012, 03:39:32 PM
Here's an updated picture of my ROLAND TD-9KX full kit E-drums

 :wave:

ROLAND TD-9KX
ROLAND PM-10 monitor
ROLAND PD-85BK Add on tom (AUX)
AKG Headset
TAMA Iron Cobra pedals
PEARL Roadster Drum Throne

(http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c318/rjbarretto/270520121118.jpg)

(http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c318/rjbarretto/260520121112.jpg)

(http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c318/rjbarretto/270520121115.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 15, 2012, 08:59:05 AM
Mga sir any reviews sa Alesis DM6?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Tasty on June 27, 2012, 11:56:00 PM
Mga sir any reviews sa Alesis DM6?
Talo daw ang Alesis. Maraming problems at madaling bumigay. Bibili nga rin ako dapat pero mag-iipon na lang ako para sa Roland TD-4K2. :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 28, 2012, 12:13:31 AM
Talo daw ang Alesis. Maraming problems at madaling bumigay. Bibili nga rin ako dapat pero mag-iipon na lang ako para sa Roland TD-4K2. :-)

mga magkano aabutin bro?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Tasty on June 28, 2012, 09:53:57 AM
mga magkano aabutin bro?
Meron akong nakita sa Sulit around 53k pero pwedeng i-card. Zero interest for one year.

Mukhang sulit na siya:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dimple_guy0619 on June 28, 2012, 10:48:34 AM
Try mo to sir sa Yupangco

http://www.yupangco.com/index.php?orderby=product_cdate&DescOrderBy=ASC&manufacturer_id=1&Itemid=53&option=com_virtuemart&page=shop.browse&category_id=16&keyword=&keyword1=&keyword2=

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Tasty on June 28, 2012, 05:26:20 PM
Try mo to sir sa Yupangco

http://www.yupangco.com/index.php?orderby=product_cdate&DescOrderBy=ASC&manufacturer_id=1&Itemid=53&option=com_virtuemart&page=shop.browse&category_id=16&keyword=&keyword1=&keyword2=


Affiliated din sa Yupangco yung guy sa Sulit. At mas mura nang konti yung item. :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: carlowz on July 07, 2012, 01:19:44 AM
Guys may tanong ako. Wala na kasi yung music room namin sa bahay so wala na rin akong drum kit. I'm thinking about getting a roland electronic kit. Kaso heavy hitter ako. Ang tanong eh kaya ba ma withstand nung electronic kit kung medyo malakas ako pumalo?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mokie on July 07, 2012, 10:14:46 AM
^carlowz - kayang kaya bro, kuha ka nung may mesh heads, para kung masira mo man yung head, pwede ka pa bumili ng replacement mo. Ako rin hard hitter, lalo na nung naka Roland E-kit pa ko, pero so far hindi naman nasira yung heads ko nun.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 08, 2012, 02:13:47 AM
^carlowz - kayang kaya bro, kuha ka nung may mesh heads, para kung masira mo man yung head, pwede ka pa bumili ng replacement mo. Ako rin hard hitter, lalo na nung naka Roland E-kit pa ko, pero so far hindi naman nasira yung heads ko nun.

Saan ka nakabili ng replacement ng mesh heads bro? Yupanco rin?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mokie on July 08, 2012, 08:02:10 PM
try mo dun sir,sila kasi may hawak ng roland e kits dito satin.. hindi ako bumili kasi hindi ko naman nasira yung mesh heads ko nun.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 09, 2012, 11:47:38 PM
Mga sir paano ninyo iniingatan mga e.drums nyo? Any maintenance tips?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 09, 2012, 11:48:40 PM
armor all pre
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ghoulstats on July 09, 2012, 11:56:46 PM
okie lng ba armor all sa drum shells?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on July 09, 2012, 11:59:51 PM
Guys may tanong ako. Wala na kasi yung music room namin sa bahay so wala na rin akong drum kit. I'm thinking about getting a roland electronic kit. Kaso heavy hitter ako. Ang tanong eh kaya ba ma withstand nung electronic kit kung medyo malakas ako pumalo?

di naman siguro madali masisira. pero ingat sa cymbal pads, yung td4 ko, about 2 years na, mejo pudpod na yung edge ng cymbals pero ok pa naman.
iba talaga ang roland :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 13, 2012, 01:49:52 AM
Mga sir ano bang stick yung mairecommend ninyo na gamitin sa e.drums para hindi magasgas ang mga pads?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 13, 2012, 06:51:46 AM
recording setup

(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7114/7558503526_4c644b01cf_z.jpg)

td4 module > midi > interface > superior drummer 2
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 13, 2012, 06:58:55 AM
okie lng ba armor all sa drum shells?

lacquered finish no, wrapped yes

kung lacquered, mag pledge ka na lang
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 13, 2012, 09:18:21 AM
lacquered finish no, wrapped yes

kung lacquered, mag pledge ka na lang

Sa rubber pads bro?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 16, 2012, 11:29:37 AM
Zildjian Gen16 cymbals mga sir sino na nakagamit? Any reviews?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pmack on July 16, 2012, 08:10:51 PM
Sa rubber pads bro?

chiming in,
sa rubber pads gamit ko wipeout since water-based naman siya. i just make sure na pinupunasan ko agad at walang natitirang residue.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 17, 2012, 01:10:25 AM
chiming in,
sa rubber pads gamit ko wipeout since water-based naman siya. i just make sure na pinupunasan ko agad at walang natitirang residue.

Anong gamit mong e.drums bro? Hindi ba namumuti yung rubber drum pads kung gamitan ng wipeout?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on July 17, 2012, 08:13:21 AM
Anong gamit mong e.drums bro? Hindi ba namumuti yung rubber drum pads kung gamitan ng wipeout?

Any car interior detailing product will do. I use Meguiar's Interior detailer.

Zildjian Gen16 cymbals mga sir sino na nakagamit? Any reviews?

I was able to try this last Thursday. Sounds like the real thing even if not plugged. When turned on and mixed with the edrums, it sounds and feels amazing. Not great for silent practice.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 17, 2012, 10:00:21 AM
Any car interior detailing product will do. I use Meguiar's Interior detailer.

I was able to try this last Thursday. Sounds like the real thing even if not plugged. When turned on and mixed with the edrums, it sounds and feels amazing. Not great for silent practice.

Saan ka nakabili ng Meguiar's bro? Ace?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 18, 2012, 12:56:27 AM
armor all pre

Bumili ako nito kanina. Hanep ganda ng effect sa drum pads biglang parang naging bago uli. Tanggal agad mga marks galing sa drumstick. Ang problema lang may naiiwang mga black marks sa mesh galing sa drumstick kapag pinalo mo sa isang drum pad yung stick tapos ipalo mo sa mesh after. Pero madali lang naman din tanggalin mga black marks. Armor all din pangtanggal.  :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 18, 2012, 06:31:24 AM
dude basa pa yung armor all kaya may kumakapit sa sticks mo. punasan mo pa ulit ng pranela yung pads hanggang sa mawala yung wet look
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 18, 2012, 09:51:32 AM
dude basa pa yung armor all kaya may kumakapit sa sticks mo. punasan mo pa ulit ng pranela yung pads hanggang sa mawala yung wet look

Ah yes onga naman. Salamat sa info bro.  :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 18, 2012, 10:14:47 AM
I was able to try this last Thursday. Sounds like the real thing even if not plugged. When turned on and mixed with the edrums, it sounds and feels amazing. Not great for silent practice.

Salamat sa info bro. Gas kasi ako ngayon sa Gen16
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on July 18, 2012, 11:58:59 AM
Saan ka nakabili ng Meguiar's bro? Ace?

Sa Ace o True Value. Matt finish yan at no grease. You won't have problems having black marks on the mesh pads. Medyo mahal lang. Around 600+
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on July 18, 2012, 12:01:12 PM
Salamat sa info bro. Gas kasi ako ngayon sa Gen16

Nasa JB Music Park Square ako kagabi. Discounted price of Gen 16 is 40,240 at 6 months to pay via credit card. You can try it there together with the Pearl ePro Live
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 18, 2012, 01:16:41 PM
Sa Ace o True Value. Matt finish yan at no grease. You won't have problems having black marks on the mesh pads. Medyo mahal lang. Around 600+

Ouch!! Kabibili ko lang ng Armor all kahapon less than 80php lang.  :?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: deathkid on July 22, 2012, 10:41:29 AM
hello mates

hope you could help us

meron po kaming medeli dm506 if not mistaken..
then need nmin siya gawing controller for AD or EZdrummer.
we are using FL10 and adobe audition.

pano po kaya namin ito mapapagana.?

tia!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 22, 2012, 11:08:00 AM
bili ka ng midi interface meron dati sa cdrking o usb interface na may midi input

bili ka ng midi cable. sa intune ko nabili yung proel midi cable for 450 at mahaba

kabit mo sa midi out ng medeli yung cable papunta dun sa midi interface

configure mo yung midi interface sa Device sa fl or audition

insert ka ng "vst instrument" track tapos select mo ezdrummer

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: backbeat17 on July 22, 2012, 02:28:02 PM
Mga boss share ko lang ang ginawa kong video using roland td4k, pearl demon drive and frozen ape tempo app for itouch... ala akong inedit sa audio.. plug 'n play lang using video capture software from my laptop.. madami kcng drummer takot gumamit ng electronic drumset kc iba daw ang feel.. depende naman yan sa preferences ng isang drummer.. but roland e drums are one of the best in the market... in terms of feel? d ko pa din masabi eh depende tlga yan sa musikero.. please watch the video.. wala sana trash talk.. i just wanted to share..



(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7252/7620023798_36be5bbb9f.jpg)

edited post to show image - mod
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pmack on July 23, 2012, 03:53:40 PM
Anong gamit mong e.drums bro? Hindi ba namumuti yung rubber drum pads kung gamitan ng wipeout?

td4k
hindi siya namumuti. basta dalawang basahan ang gamitin mo. yung una may wipeout and yung isa pangtanggal ng residue.
light dab lang ng wipeout sa unang basahan.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 23, 2012, 06:20:00 PM
Mga boss share ko lang ang ginawa kong video using roland td4k, pearl demon drive and frozen ape tempo app for itouch... ala akong inedit sa audio.. plug 'n play lang using video capture software from my laptop.. madami kcng drummer takot gumamit ng electronic drumset kc iba daw ang feel.. depende naman yan sa preferences ng isang drummer.. but roland e drums are one of the best in the market... in terms of feel? d ko pa din masabi eh depende tlga yan sa musikero.. please watch the video.. wala sana trash talk.. i just wanted to share..



(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7252/7620023798_36be5bbb9f.jpg)

edited post to show image - mod

Lupet mo bro!!

td4k
hindi siya namumuti. basta dalawang basahan ang gamitin mo. yung una may wipeout and yung isa pangtanggal ng residue.
light dab lang ng wipeout sa unang basahan.

Salamat sa info bro. Kakabili ko lang ng armor-all. Nagmumukhang bago uli yung pads! :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nickmar on July 24, 2012, 10:25:53 PM
Lupet mo bro!!

Salamat sa info bro. Kakabili ko lang ng armor-all. Nagmumukhang bago uli yung pads! :-)
Idol xelly hinihintay ka na ng gen16 jackpot ka sa price ko almost 50off binigay ko sayo na price :wave:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 24, 2012, 11:55:35 PM
Idol xelly hinihintay ka na ng gen16 jackpot ka sa price ko almost 50off binigay ko sayo na price :wave:

naku!! hopefully bro ako makakuha niyan!!! :drool:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nickmar on July 25, 2012, 12:06:31 AM
naku!! hopefully bro ako makakuha niyan!!! :drool:
Ikaw lang hinihintay ng jackpot 50off compare sa market san ka pa
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on August 13, 2012, 10:25:41 PM
(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7122/7773624336_47fa34d0cc_z_d.jpg)

dumating din ang muntik ng mawala na cy12r/c ko. 6 weeks ding na misplace ng johnnyair at akala ko e goodbye pipay na. bigla na lang dumating kahapon.

masarap palitan yung 2 cy8 pads ng cy12c din kasi mas maganda yung feel. stiff masyado yung cy8
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on August 14, 2012, 12:53:09 AM
(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7122/7773624336_47fa34d0cc_z_d.jpg)

dumating din ang muntik ng mawala na cy12r/c ko. 6 weeks ding na misplace ng johnnyair at akala ko e goodbye pipay na. bigla na lang dumating kahapon.

masarap palitan yung 2 cy8 pads ng cy12c din kasi mas maganda yung feel. stiff masyado yung cy8

Uy gas ko rin yang cy12c bro!!! Magkano inabot bro?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ermonski on August 14, 2012, 04:38:43 AM
hi,

I'm looking for a nice electronic drums for 20k-below. Something with nice drum sounds, pero matibay and maganda ang tunog. Something just to record songs at home and to play around.

oks ba electronic drums for that? I don't gig btw.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on August 14, 2012, 07:47:10 PM
Uy gas ko rin yang cy12c bro!!! Magkano inabot bro?

4800 sa ebay kasama yung rotation stopper
1800 sa shipping ng johnny air
900 sa gibraltar clamp
extra boom arm galing sa acoustic kit
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on August 17, 2012, 06:25:57 PM
4800 sa ebay kasama yung rotation stopper
1800 sa shipping ng johnny air
900 sa gibraltar clamp
extra boom arm galing sa acoustic kit

Wow mahal din inabot.

VH 11 naman
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on August 18, 2012, 10:21:35 PM
not worth it yung cost ng vh11 sa td4 e. di kasi supported ng module yung extra features.

thinking of buying a td15, sale dito sa tom lee hk ngayon at 65k lang aabutin. di ko pa lang alam kung pano ko dadalin pag uwi ko dyan
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on August 19, 2012, 10:22:37 AM
not worth it yung cost ng vh11 sa td4 e. di kasi supported ng module yung extra features.

thinking of buying a td15, sale dito sa tom lee hk ngayon at 65k lang aabutin. di ko pa lang alam kung pano ko dadalin pag uwi ko dyan
I was there last month. Almost bought a TD15 with VH11. Kaya sa luggage yung rack. Kalasin lang lahat. Should have bought an extra luggage there. I stayed at Hotel Benito which is right beside the Main Showroom :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dimple_guy0619 on August 19, 2012, 03:43:19 PM
Napansin ko lang dumadami na gumagamit ng electronic drumset.... Like me, kashi-shift ko lang, di kasi maingay pag nagpractice. Naka Headphone lang ayuz na.... :) :) :)  Now trying to add Roland SPD-SX pecussion pad.....as soon i have the money..... :) :) :) :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: y2jae21 on August 20, 2012, 12:41:52 AM
magkano TD-4K?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on August 20, 2012, 01:11:13 AM
magkano TD-4K?

wala nang td-4k na binebenta sa Yupangco bro. td-11k na pinaka mababa for 50k+ ang alam ko
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: y2jae21 on August 20, 2012, 12:22:40 PM
wala nang td-4k na binebenta sa Yupangco bro. td-11k na pinaka mababa for 50k+ ang alam ko

ouch!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on August 20, 2012, 09:43:58 PM
not ouch but great. same price ng td4 ang td11 with better sounds
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on August 20, 2012, 10:38:10 PM
not ouch but great. same price ng td4 ang td11 with better sounds

+1
Ouch para dun sa mga kabibili lang ng TD-4k sa Yupangcs tapos biglang next month TD-11k na stocks nila pero same or almost same price!! :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: y2jae21 on August 21, 2012, 06:20:46 PM
I need to rent an electronic drum set for a residential venue at The Fort, the guards won't allow my acoustic drum set. Is anyone renting theirs? I'll be needing it twice a month.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Hanshake on August 21, 2012, 11:53:36 PM
San local dealer ng Gen16?
50K na TD11, take it! My TD4K costed 64k back then.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: drummerboy_neil on August 31, 2012, 12:33:30 AM
ask lang po

pwede ba isaksak ang drum microphones sa drum module?
 
bago lang po ako dito philmusic, pasesya napo d pako marunong mag post ng kwestyo..
i dont know if everyone see this post..
salamat po..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on September 01, 2012, 11:00:43 PM
meron bang roland v drum model na may individual analog output each trigger/input? pwera midi ah. yung mga nakikita ko kasi stereo left L/R lang pati sakin td-9k
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on September 01, 2012, 11:06:07 PM
td20 and td30 pero yung toms nya naka stereo
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: rolexm on September 11, 2012, 08:53:59 PM
Hi guys,

I'm really a guitarist but I'm also a jam drummer. I am currently using a Yamaha DTXplorer and I was wondering if anyone was selling upgrades for this? If not here, where's is the best place to order? Website at least.  :)

More power to Pinoydrums!  :razz:
Title: Drum software/simulator for MAC
Post by: schwabe on September 17, 2012, 04:05:58 PM
Hi Guys, maybe you can suggest what's the best and easiest to use drum software I can download for the mac.  Im a guitarist trying to record drum tracks for my demos.  appreciate the help.

thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 02, 2012, 05:51:26 PM
ALESIS DM10PRO KIT
(http://i226.photobucket.com/albums/dd304/easusmena/b4f6666c42da33e4d9dee50edec22899.jpg)
(http://i226.photobucket.com/albums/dd304/easusmena/123cf9b210946203a4a13ec9b0380bf6.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dimple_guy0619 on October 02, 2012, 06:46:33 PM
How much kuha mo?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 02, 2012, 07:36:44 PM
Order online sa music 123
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: lesterged on October 09, 2012, 04:17:09 PM
Magkano cost ng shipping and taxes?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 10, 2012, 10:50:46 PM
Magkano cost ng shipping and taxes?

Almost 200 dollars
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gari_jamias on October 16, 2012, 12:59:13 PM
ringway e-drums, any one used it before? planning to buy it as gift for my son, main consideration is budget, second is noise. thanks for your views.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on October 21, 2012, 11:07:55 PM
Hi guys,

I'm really a guitarist but I'm also a jam drummer. I am currently using a Yamaha DTXplorer and I was wondering if anyone was selling upgrades for this? If not here, where's is the best place to order? Website at least.  :)

More power to Pinoydrums!  :razz:

rob switch to roland! hehehe

you can upgrade your dtxplorer by switching to dual zone pads and cymbals. kaya lang magiging masyadong mahal na yun. around 30k to change 4 pads and 2 cymbals.

keep it as it is, sell it then buy a roland td11  :-D

ringway e-drums, any one used it before? planning to buy it as gift for my son, main consideration is budget, second is noise. thanks for your views.

budget drums - buy a used td4 or buy a td11 from yupangco during their sale. i've seen ringways and they are the same as medeli. fine if you are not particular with feel and response of the module. they lack dynamics. all pads (snare,kick,toms) have 2 levels, soft and very hard so when you do a roll, everything just sounds stiff and the sound library is really not good.


i sound like a salesman for roland but im not. truly, you cant get any other budget edrum kit that's better than the lowest roland (td4 or td11). even the hd-1 responds and plays better than many of the generic drum modules. it does have sucky pedals but you can add external kick triggers anyway.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gari_jamias on October 22, 2012, 02:11:20 PM
Thanks peeves24!
will check--out yupangco
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: boyer on November 12, 2012, 04:59:19 PM
Hi All,
I've tried the ringway td90, ok na siya for beginners , kahit walang choke capability at hindi dual zone ang pads . durable din ang quality, papasa na wag lang seguro e compare sa mga high end na maraming bells and whistles.
Tanong ko lang sa mga meron na edrums, yung mga 40 watt na drum monitor such as stagg eda40, or laney ah50, eto lang ang mga available dito as of now na entry level, pede ba malaman kung pede na pang bahay at kumusta ang tunog in general especially yung bass drum? salamat sa input :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: IronCobra on November 12, 2012, 05:39:18 PM
Hi All,
I've tried the ringway td90, ok na siya for beginners , kahit walang choke capability at hindi dual zone ang pads . durable din ang quality, papasa na wag lang seguro e compare sa mga high end na maraming bells and whistles.
Tanong ko lang sa mga meron na edrums, yung mga 40 watt na drum monitor such as stagg eda40, or laney ah50, eto lang ang mga available dito as of now na entry level, pede ba malaman kung pede na pang bahay at kumusta ang tunog in general especially yung bass drum? salamat sa input :)

Actually malakas na yang amp na yan for home use. I'm using PM-10 monitor lang, lakas na. (10W).

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: killikillers on November 12, 2012, 11:45:01 PM
ok lang ba bumili ng 2nd hand edrums? or dapat bnew?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on November 13, 2012, 12:39:48 AM
ok lang ba bumili ng 2nd hand edrums? or dapat bnew?

Kung Roland o Yamaha ok ang 2nd hand.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: killikillers on November 14, 2012, 10:35:06 PM
mga kapatid, help naman... ano mas prefer nyo?

medeli Medeli DD518dx or Alesis dm6 / dm7?

yung alesis dm7 medyo namamahalan ako pero ok lang kung worth naman yung price gap niya sa dm6 or dd518
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on November 15, 2012, 02:10:00 AM
Mukhang lalamang agn DM7 bro. Pero hindi pa ako nakatry niyan
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: killikillers on November 18, 2012, 03:28:52 AM
laki din kasi ung price difference ng dm7 sa dd518x eh

regarding sa module pati durability ng medelli, ano masasabi nyo?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on November 18, 2012, 10:49:52 PM
laki din kasi ung price difference ng dm7 sa dd518x eh

regarding sa module pati durability ng medelli, ano masasabi nyo?

Module mukhang magtatagal naman Medelli.

Mga sir na Roland TD user tanong ko lang naexperience na ba ninyo yung mainitan yung mesh pad ng tapos lumuwag? Hindi naman siya super luwag pero alam mong hindi na siya kasing higpit ng dati. Hindi ba ito maganda para sa mesh pad?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gari_jamias on November 19, 2012, 03:36:43 PM
Yamaha DTXPL- any users there? Yamaha discontinued production already, planning to buy it from craigslist.com at USD 400 plus shipping, cant find a review from the web.

Thanks a lot for your inputs....
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on November 19, 2012, 04:45:34 PM
Yamaha DTXPL- any users there? Yamaha discontinued production already, planning to buy it from craigslist.com at USD 400 plus shipping, cant find a review from the web.

Thanks a lot for your inputs....

For me sir go for Roland.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on November 23, 2012, 01:48:37 AM
For me sir go for Roland.


+1...you cant go wrong with roland :razz:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: lesterged on January 10, 2013, 10:11:11 AM
Almost 200 dollars


Deliver ba yun straight sa bahay yung Drumset or may kailangan pa ayusin sa customs (taxes)?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: eph on January 10, 2013, 11:34:57 AM
may nagbebenta na ba ng td11k locally? sa yupangco kasi parang td4kx lang ang nakikita ko eh.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on January 10, 2013, 03:54:28 PM
may nagbebenta na ba ng td11k locally? sa yupangco kasi parang td4kx lang ang nakikita ko eh.

meron na bro, sa yupangco mismo

http://www.yupangco.com/virtuemart?category_id=16&page=shop.browse&limit=20&start=20&vmcchk=1
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: eph on January 10, 2013, 03:59:36 PM
meron na pala. mejo mahal lang nga. $999 price nya sa online stores so roughly aroung 41k pesos. 13k din ang patong ng yupangco.

magkano kaya aabutin pag pina-johnny air ito hehe.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on January 10, 2013, 04:26:07 PM

Deliver ba yun straight sa bahay yung Drumset or may kailangan pa ayusin sa customs (taxes)?
Delivered straight sa bahay wala ng aayusin sa customs
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on January 10, 2013, 04:27:26 PM
meron na pala. mejo mahal lang nga. $999 price nya sa online stores so roughly aroung 41k pesos. 13k din ang patong ng yupangco.

magkano kaya aabutin pag pina-johnny air ito hehe.

i dont have any idea w/ regards sa shipping cost but pwede ka naman sigurong mag-inquire directly sa johnny air at for sure may makakamura ka ang kaso mabo-void na nga lang ang warranty, yun naman kasi normally ang nangyayare pero case to case basis din...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gss on April 12, 2013, 10:57:34 AM
Mga sir, I have an acoustic kit but currently exploring e-kit possibilities, I just want to inquire on who carries medeli and alesis here in the Phils? Among the three, including Roland, which has the most value for money assuming comparable models? Thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: eph on April 12, 2013, 11:04:04 AM
Mga sir, I have an acoustic kit but currently exploring e-kit possibilities, I just want to inquire on who carries medeli and alesis here in the Phils? Among the three, including Roland, which has the most value for money assuming comparable models? Thanks

Medeli - Forerunner Music/The Music Source
Alesis - JB Music

para sakin parang mas value for money ang roland kung icoconsider mo ang sound quality at build. although wala pa kong e-kit, eto nacoconsider kong brand. antay lang ng sale sa yupangco.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on April 12, 2013, 03:35:49 PM
Mga sir, I have an acoustic kit but currently exploring e-kit possibilities, I just want to inquire on who carries medeli and alesis here in the Phils? Among the three, including Roland, which has the most value for money assuming comparable models? Thanks


naitanong ko nadin yan before kong mag decide kumuha ng e-dums at halos lahat nagsabi na roland. mas may kamahalan nga lang compare sa midelli at alesis pero solb ka naman. btw roland TD-9KX user here >:D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 12, 2013, 04:18:41 PM
nagabasa ako recently regarding e-kits kasi, may kausap ako nagbebenta ng ROland HD3...

ayon sa research ko..forget other brands..tiis lang or antay ng sale or good 2nd hand deal..and get a Roland..daw talaga..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on April 12, 2013, 05:43:21 PM
nagabasa ako recently regarding e-kits kasi, may kausap ako nagbebenta ng ROland HD3...

ayon sa research ko..forget other brands..tiis lang or antay ng sale or good 2nd hand deal..and get a Roland..daw talaga..

roland matibay at solid talaga. meron akong td4 mag tatatlong taon na, buhay at nagagamit ko pa rin. yung HD3, ok naman siguro, ang nakikita ko lang na maaaring maging problema eh yung pedals niya, kung sakaling masira, baka mahirapan kang ipaayos, di tulad ng td4, td9 or higher end kits, hiwalay yung pedal, mas convenient
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on April 12, 2013, 06:25:58 PM
Curious ako dito:
http://www.2box.se/US/pages/products/
Lalamang kaya ito sa Roland TD series soundwise?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 12, 2013, 08:33:18 PM
nagabasa ako recently regarding e-kits kasi, may kausap ako nagbebenta ng ROland HD3...

ayon sa research ko..forget other brands..tiis lang or antay ng sale or good 2nd hand deal..and get a Roland..daw talaga..

PLEASE AVOID THE HD SERIES. go td if your budget permits it. may malaking issue ako sa pedals nya dahil yung contact points nun nagrerely yun sa lithium grease. there is metal contact point at the base of the pedal and there's a rubber stopper on the footboard. in between, there is a layer of lithium grease to minimize friction but more importantly, the grease allows the trigger to work. no lithium grease, no trigger, no sound.

kapag natuyo yung lithium grease (which will happen in 1 year) or dumumi ng husto yung pedal tapos pinusan mo yung loob ng pedals (wag na wag mo gagawin), yari ka na kasi yung akala mo na dumi e yun yung lithium grease. the pedals wont work without lithium grease

ang hirap humanap ng tamang lithium grease. RC hobby shops sell lithium grease but it is the wrong kind. kapag mali nailagay mo multiple hits palagi yung kick at hihat, false trigger lang sya palagi making the pedals also unusable. the only solution is create a kick pedal trigger and use a regular pedal then buy the roland fd-8 for the hihat controller.

this is from experience.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on April 12, 2013, 11:39:40 PM
PLEASE AVOID THE HD SERIES. go td if your budget permits it. may malaking issue ako sa pedals nya dahil yung contact points nun nagrerely yun sa lithium grease. there is metal contact point at the base of the pedal and there's a rubber stopper on the footboard. in between, there is a layer of lithium grease to minimize friction but more importantly, the grease allows the trigger to work. no lithium grease, no trigger, no sound.

kapag natuyo yung lithium grease (which will happen in 1 year) or dumumi ng husto yung pedal tapos pinusan mo yung loob ng pedals (wag na wag mo gagawin), yari ka na kasi yung akala mo na dumi e yun yung lithium grease. the pedals wont work without lithium grease

ang hirap humanap ng tamang lithium grease. RC hobby shops sell lithium grease but it is the wrong kind. kapag mali nailagay mo multiple hits palagi yung kick at hihat, false trigger lang sya palagi making the pedals also unusable. the only solution is create a kick pedal trigger and use a regular pedal then buy the roland fd-8 for the hihat controller.

this is from experience.

 Kaya pala may nabili ako dating 2nd hand fd-8 na hindi gumagana(hindi ko na test noong meetups namin) buti mabait si seller pumayag na ibalik ko sa kanya yung pedal.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on April 13, 2013, 12:09:31 AM
Kaya pala may nabili ako dating 2nd hand fd-8 na hindi gumagana(hindi ko na test noong meetups namin) buti mabait si seller pumayag na ibalik ko sa kanya yung pedal.

ganun din ba ang mechanism ng fd-8? buti yung akin di pa bumibigay
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 13, 2013, 06:13:28 AM
yup ganun din. i asked roland support dati, sometimes kailangan mo na palitan yung rubber part called actuator kasi lubog na sya kaya di na maganda contact dun sa metal strip
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 13, 2013, 06:51:37 AM
PLEASE AVOID THE HD SERIES. go td if your budget permits it. may malaking issue ako sa pedals nya dahil yung contact points nun nagrerely yun sa lithium grease. there is metal contact point at the base of the pedal and there's a rubber stopper on the footboard. in between, there is a layer of lithium grease to minimize friction but more importantly, the grease allows the trigger to work. no lithium grease, no trigger, no sound.

kapag natuyo yung lithium grease (which will happen in 1 year) or dumumi ng husto yung pedal tapos pinusan mo yung loob ng pedals (wag na wag mo gagawin), yari ka na kasi yung akala mo na dumi e yun yung lithium grease. the pedals wont work without lithium grease

ang hirap humanap ng tamang lithium grease. RC hobby shops sell lithium grease but it is the wrong kind. kapag mali nailagay mo multiple hits palagi yung kick at hihat, false trigger lang sya palagi making the pedals also unusable. the only solution is create a kick pedal trigger and use a regular pedal then buy the roland fd-8 for the hihat controller.

this is from experience.


WOW!... thanks so much for the tip!!!  critical data to to consider...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gss on April 13, 2013, 09:33:13 AM

WOW!... thanks so much for the tip!!!  critical data to to consider...

Same here sirs, learned so much in a day's time...thanks! Roland then is the target if ever I decide to get an e-kit (not switch  :-D)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 13, 2013, 07:36:48 PM
(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9783_zps1d25eb26.jpg)

(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9788_zps038dd4fb.jpg)

(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9791_zpsdbfff4e8.jpg)

Here she is!! hahaha got a fantastic deal on this one..its barely even used! the seller upgraded as he god addicted to drumming..haha thus the TD box..hehehe...This one is just for fun and stress relief...Ive been wanted to get one for the longest time!!

hahah size, simplicty,weight,features.. swak lahat sakin..medyo yung kick lang masyadong malambot!!! hahaha...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on April 14, 2013, 12:14:19 AM
(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9783_zps1d25eb26.jpg)

(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9788_zps038dd4fb.jpg)

(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9791_zpsdbfff4e8.jpg)

Here she is!! hahaha got a fantastic deal on this one..its barely even used! the seller upgraded as he god addicted to drumming..haha thus the TD box..hehehe...This one is just for fun and stress relief...Ive been wanted to get one for the longest time!!

hahah size, simplicty,weight,features.. swak lahat sakin..medyo yung kick lang masyadong malambot!!! hahaha...

nice sir! congrats! parang bago pa ah! konting alaga lang at siguradong magtatagal pa yan!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 14, 2013, 12:33:00 AM
nice sir! congrats! parang bago pa ah! konting alaga lang at siguradong magtatagal pa yan!

THANKS! halos bago pa mga 3-4 months lang to pihado..wala ngang kalibag libag or alikabok eh.....binenta niya... kasi naaddict..na GAS..bumili siya ng upgraded TD kit..hence the box..hahaha....ayos na to pag stress relief, pangpapawis...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 14, 2013, 10:29:11 AM
guys, yung sinasabi bang mix kapag nag headphones para makaplay along.. is mag split yung sound? yung mp3 music..sa left headset tapos yung Vdrum sounds sa right? thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on April 14, 2013, 10:49:08 AM
guys, yung sinasabi bang mix kapag nag headphones para makaplay along.. is mag split yung sound? yung mp3 music..sa left headset tapos yung Vdrum sounds sa right? thanks

hmm sa akin po pag nakasaksak sa aux yung ipod ko eh di naman naiisolate sa left yung mp3 at sa right yung vdrum sounds
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 14, 2013, 12:19:55 PM
hmm sa akin po pag nakasaksak sa aux yung ipod ko eh di naman naiisolate sa left yung mp3 at sa right yung vdrum sounds

thanks, baka lang sa cable na gamit ko..kasi gamit ko mono jack pang guitar tapos may 2 pangreduce lang ako na adaptor para pagkasya sa input jack ng Vdrum Console..anyway..try try nalang muna ako..

pero palagay ko tama lang na nakamono lang yung mp3..kasi kung stereo..di ko na marinig yung drum signal ko..hahaha....

sarap magpapawis..hahaha
Title: What will you choose ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT or MEDELI DD518DX?
Post by: jino_ryan on April 14, 2013, 06:56:12 PM
ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT = Php 54,950.00

Compact and Affordable V-Drums®, Powered by SuperNATURAL® Sound

Enhanced with SuperNATURAL technology, the TD-11 V-Drums V-Compact Series brings a more natural and realistic playing experience to drummers of any skill level and budget. Affordable and easy to use, these new electronic kits are perfect for a variety of applications, including practice, teaching, recording, live performance, and more.

SuperNATURAL-enhanced sound engine with Behavior Modeling provides an expressive and natural drumming experience
Diverse sound library covers a wide variety of musical genres for performance and practice
Professionally recorded backing songs onboard, ideal for play-along practice and performance
Practice features include Quick Record/Quick Play, plus a unique COACH function that helps players of all levels build drumming skills effectively
Large LCD and icon-driven user interface for easy operation
USB function provides direct connectivity to computer applications, as well as data backup and playback of WAV and MP3 audio songs
Compact and solid MDS-4V Drum Stand enables fast setup and flexible positioning of drum components
Equipped with a mesh-head V-Pad™ (PDX-8) for the snare
 
SPECIFICATIONS:
Kit Configuration
Drum Sound Module
TD-11 x 1 (cable harness and module mount packaged with module)
V-Pad (Snare)
PDX-8 x 1
Pad (Tom1, Tom2, Tom3)
PD-8A x 3 * The PD-8A is a new unit dedicated to the TD-11K. It does not support the use of the rim-shot technique.
Cymbal Pad
CY-8 x 2
Cymbal Pad
CY-5 x 1
Kick Pad
KD-9 x 1
Hi-Hat Controller
FD-8×1
Drum Stand
MDS-4V x 1 (included in U.S.)
Other
Extra Trigger Input Jack
1 (CRASH2)
Accessory
Setup Guide
Options (sold separately)
Cymbal Mount: MDY Series Pad Mount: MDH Series Personal Drum Monitor: PM-10, PM-30 V-Drums Accessory Package: DAP-3X V-Drums Mat: TDM-10
Size and Weight
Width
1200 mm
47-1/4 inches
Depth
1100 mm
43-5/16 inches
Height
1250 mm
49-1/4 inches
Weight
21.5 kg
47 lbs. 7 oz.

http://www.yupangco.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage_catalogue.tpl&product_id=2966&category_id=16&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=53


MEDELI DD518DX = Php 56,995.00

6 Piece Electric Drums
Mesh Drumpads
678 Drum voices, 18 Hi-Hat combinations
Mixer: Kit volume / Song Volume / SD Card MIDI Volume /Click Volume
Preset Song: 120, User song: 100
SD Card: Save / Load kits, Songs and User Settings
IO port: Phones, MIDI in, MIDI out, USB port, Aux in, Aux out, Line out

http://themusicsource.ph/medeli-dd518dx/

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jino_ryan on April 14, 2013, 08:09:39 PM
What will you choose ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT(Php 54,950.00) or MEDELI DD518DX( Php 56,995.00)?
Help me!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 14, 2013, 10:04:42 PM
Guys,  just bought a nice cable with stereo jacks..ayun na ayos na yung left -right problem..though parang mas gusto ko yung mono para litaw na litaw yung drum signal..hehe..
Title: Re: What will you choose ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT or MEDELI DD518DX?
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 14, 2013, 10:21:41 PM
Roland Vote ko,

If you back read..parang sirain yata yung components ng Medelli..not sure ah..
Title: Re: What will you choose ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT or MEDELI DD518DX?
Post by: Xelly on April 14, 2013, 10:31:38 PM
Bro isama mo na rin sa pagpipilian yung 2box. May forumer tayo from cebu na magsusupply nito. :)
Title: Re: What will you choose ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT or MEDELI DD518DX?
Post by: jpmb on April 15, 2013, 07:00:54 PM
how about alesis?you might want to consider it din bro
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on May 08, 2013, 03:55:53 PM
What will you choose ROLAND TD-11K V-COMPACT(Php 54,950.00) or MEDELI DD518DX( Php 56,995.00)?
Help me!


roland for me sir!!!!!

btw roland TD-9KX user here..... :)
Title: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: croatoan on May 09, 2013, 02:44:48 PM
Post your kit, experience, questions and comments here.

I'll Start

Nung binili ko kasi to kulang ako sa budget kaya napilitan lang hihi.  :eek:
 
Any modifications done?

Mine has an Akai xr20 portable beat production station attached to the td 82 module that acts as the main sound module of the drum kit.
It's connected to the existing module via midi cable then to a mixer, the old module will only now serve as a trigger link and the sound will come out of the xr20.

Oh, and it has a Roland V-drum decal skin

kung gusto nyo magpagawa PM nyo ko hihi. Para sa mga cheap na drum kit na gustong mag panggap.  :idea:

Pros & Cons:

- It sounds a lot better than the TD 82 module
- The snare trigger became much more responsive (Delay kasi yung snare ng stock)
- The Akai xr20 costs me more than the drum kit itself. ( T@nga hehe,  :cry:)

To follow yung pics ng may akai xr20 di ko pa nakuhanan

PICS
(https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/943624_574345349264778_631056538_n.jpg) (https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/941778_574345392598107_1719548408_n.jpg)
(https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=574345382598108&set=pcb.574345465931433&type=1&theater)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: eph on May 22, 2013, 12:45:23 PM
(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/DSCN9783_zps1d25eb26.jpg)

Here she is!! hahaha got a fantastic deal on this one..its barely even used! the seller upgraded as he god addicted to drumming..haha thus the TD box..hehehe...This one is just for fun and stress relief...Ive been wanted to get one for the longest time!!

hahah size, simplicty,weight,features.. swak lahat sakin..medyo yung kick lang masyadong malambot!!! hahaha...

san kayo nakabili nito sir? magkano bili nyo?  :drool:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on May 22, 2013, 05:06:20 PM
san kayo nakabili nito sir? magkano bili nyo?  :drool:

box lang yan..binigay sakin ng seller para maiuwi ko yung HD3 na binenta niya sakin.. hahaha..pero malupit nga yan..pinakita sakin sa kwarto niya..WOW! hanep!! hahaha..out of the country to
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dekadence on May 27, 2013, 04:45:46 PM
mga sir, kung papipilin kayo, anong mas maganda bilhin, ROLAND TD-11K or ROLAND TD-4KP? gusto ko sana yung mejo tatagal at mas versatile kasi magpa-praktis praktis na ako. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: adriandaulat on May 27, 2013, 04:58:54 PM
Hello guys. :)

Anong amp okay gamitin for e-drums?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on May 27, 2013, 06:38:15 PM
Hello guys. :)

Anong amp okay gamitin for e-drums?


may roland PM series sir na compatible talaga for e-drums kaso may kamahalan. pwede ding keyboard amp kaso medyo may kamahalan din hehe. kung for practice or garage jam lang naman e pwede na ang powered speaker. by the way konzert speaker at konzert amp lang gamit ko at ok naman :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on May 27, 2013, 11:56:47 PM

may roland PM series sir na compatible talaga for e-drums kaso may kamahalan. pwede ding keyboard amp kaso medyo may kamahalan din hehe. kung for practice or garage jam lang naman e pwede na ang powered speaker. by the way konzert speaker at konzert amp lang gamit ko at ok naman :)

triny ko din saksak sa cube 15xl amp ng guitar...Talo!! ...hahahaha mas maganda pa saksak sa PC speakers na may Woofer..hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on May 28, 2013, 12:34:40 AM
triny ko din saksak sa cube 15xl amp ng guitar...Talo!! ...hahahaha mas maganda pa saksak sa PC speakers na may Woofer..hahaha


nako po puro kalansing lang maririnig mo kung guitar amp ang gagamitin at puro bass lang kung bass amp unless may tweeter yung amp kaya 'di talaga sila adviseable hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on May 28, 2013, 01:34:58 AM

nako po puro kalansing lang maririnig mo kung guitar amp ang gagamitin at puro bass lang kung bass amp unless may tweeter yung amp kaya 'di talaga sila adviseable hehehe

hahaha mismo..yung kalansing..haha :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on May 28, 2013, 06:27:12 AM
triny ko din saksak sa cube 15xl amp ng guitar...Talo!! ...hahahaha mas maganda pa saksak sa PC speakers na may Woofer..hahaha

Tunog lata noh?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on May 28, 2013, 08:56:11 AM
Tunog lata noh?

oo nga..pati bass drum sabog..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on May 28, 2013, 09:07:36 AM
Gas ako ngayon sa Roland CY-13r:
(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41DGU3x8uHL._AA160_.jpg)

Tsk! :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: j3yps on June 05, 2013, 08:31:36 PM
at long last makakaJam nadin ako sa thread na ito, i just got myself a Roland TD9K2 earlier! exciting hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 06, 2013, 01:55:48 AM
at long last makakaJam nadin ako sa thread na ito, i just got myself a Roland TD9K2 earlier! exciting hehehe

Uy nice! Bnew mo nabili bro? Magkano inabot?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 06, 2013, 02:12:33 AM
at long last makakaJam nadin ako sa thread na ito, i just got myself a Roland TD9K2 earlier! exciting hehehe


nice....welcome kapatid :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on June 06, 2013, 09:12:03 AM
at long last makakaJam nadin ako sa thread na ito, i just got myself a Roland TD9K2 earlier! exciting hehehe

naunahan mo ko hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on June 07, 2013, 09:20:16 AM
http://www.roland.com/products/en/TD-4KP/

this is awesome specially for gigs
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on June 07, 2013, 10:36:55 AM
http://www.roland.com/products/en/TD-4KP/

this is awesome specially for gigs

nice! I was also gassing for this din..nagkataon lang na mas murang 2nd hand yung nauna hd3..hahaha..gigs talaga panalo to..pero hard rubber yung heads..baka di ninyo matripan pag magiging bedroom kit ninyo
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 07, 2013, 10:39:48 AM
http://www.roland.com/products/en/TD-4KP/

this is awesome specially for gigs

Patay gas nanaman :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 07, 2013, 12:10:04 PM
http://www.roland.com/products/en/TD-4KP/

this is awesome specially for gigs


mismo nga 'to para sa mga gigging drummer. hangkyut :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ghoulstats on June 16, 2013, 01:41:44 PM
okie na po ba ang medeli dd305 for church playing?any suggestion electronic drum on a budget.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 16, 2013, 06:49:57 PM
okie na po ba ang medeli dd305 for church playing?any suggestion electronic drum on a budget.

dd506 gamit ko dati ok naman. Pero kung pangmatagalan(plus magandang tunog) go for Roland.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 16, 2013, 11:49:26 PM
dd506 gamit ko dati ok naman. Pero kung pangmatagalan(plus magandang tunog) go for Roland.


mismo :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: martsss on June 17, 2013, 10:58:32 AM
hi guys, im planning to buy an electric drums for my home recording studio. ano bang magandang e-drums? d po kase convinient saken ung acoustic drums kase hindi solid ung pagka soundproof ng kwarto ko at mejo nabubulahaw ung mga kapit bahay, sabay hindi ko makuha ung gusto kong tunog sa mics ko. ~_~ ay at ano po bang price range? may mabibili nba kong matino sa 15k budget? gusto ko din po sana ung mga touch sensitive para feel parin ung palo ng drummer.  :lol: hope you guys can help me out.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on June 17, 2013, 11:32:13 AM
good feeling/sounding drums for 15k? impossible pre unless may nagbebenta ng roland ng palugi

increase your budget or just buy a decent acoustic kit. even going DIY edrums route will cost you as much as a new acoustic drum kit
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 17, 2013, 01:20:36 PM
tama si sir peeves24 ipon ka nalang ng konte kasi wala ka talagang mabibii na good sounding e-drums sa budget mo maliban nalang kung bentang palugi or bentang adik. go for roland at hindi ka magsisisi
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 17, 2013, 01:44:27 PM
Sana may forumer dito na makabili ng 2box at magbigay ng review dito. GAS! :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ghoulstats on June 17, 2013, 08:25:40 PM
pde bang e use ang ashdown electric blue 180watts bass amp para sa medeli dd305 drum pad?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 17, 2013, 11:27:59 PM
pde bang e use ang ashdown electric blue 180watts bass amp para sa medeli dd305 drum pad?

Pwede bro pero masmaganda tunog kapag keyboard amp or powered speaker
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: martsss on June 18, 2013, 12:38:10 AM
good feeling/sounding drums for 15k? impossible pre unless may nagbebenta ng roland ng palugi

increase your budget or just buy a decent acoustic kit. even going DIY edrums route will cost you as much as a new acoustic drum kit

ok po sige salamat
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 18, 2013, 01:01:00 PM
pde bang e use ang ashdown electric blue 180watts bass amp para sa medeli dd305 drum pad?


pwede naman but its not recommended...keyboard amp or full range speaker ang mas advisable
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ghoulstats on June 19, 2013, 10:45:52 PM
thnx sa advice . ask lng ako pde ba d2 e connect ang medeli dd305 gagana kaya? http://en.audiofanzine.com/analog-mixer/phonic/am-240/medias/pictures/a.play,m.274683.html
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ghoulstats on June 19, 2013, 10:46:58 PM
ano po ba mga disadvantage ng medeli dd305 can it be used to play in church?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 19, 2013, 10:53:26 PM
thnx sa advice . ask lng ako pde ba d2 e connect ang medeli dd305 gagana kaya? http://en.audiofanzine.com/analog-mixer/phonic/am-240/medias/pictures/a.play,m.274683.html


kung powered na 'yang mixer e gagana nga yan kaso kailangan mo pa syempre ng speaker
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: MetalX on June 20, 2013, 08:55:52 AM
Hi All,

Ok ba ang unit na to for home use lang? Pang beginner lang.

Electronic Drumset Ringway Td90 New Version With Midi For Recordin
http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/14775589/ELECTRONIC+DRUMSET+RINGWAY+TD90+NEW+VERSION+WITH+MIDI+FOR+RECORDIN?event=Classified+Ads,Other+Ads,5 (http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/view+classifieds/id/14775589/ELECTRONIC+DRUMSET+RINGWAY+TD90+NEW+VERSION+WITH+MIDI+FOR+RECORDIN?event=Classified+Ads,Other+Ads,5)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on June 20, 2013, 08:56:36 AM

pwede naman but its not recommended...keyboard amp or full range speaker ang mas advisable

Ahh full range.. Ok din pala kb amps noh..ayos to
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 20, 2013, 12:50:01 PM
konzert 502 amp at konzert speaker lang gamit ko pero oks naman ang tunog lalo pa kaya kung mas magandang spekaer diba
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ghoulstats on June 20, 2013, 10:47:20 PM
ano po yung powered speaker? yung mga speaker like JBL? tapos e plug sa mixer?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: raye on June 20, 2013, 11:03:25 PM
ano po yung powered speaker? yung mga speaker like JBL? tapos e plug sa mixer?


yan yung type ng speaker na may built-in amplifier.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 20, 2013, 11:25:49 PM
ano po yung powered speaker? yung mga speaker like JBL? tapos e plug sa mixer?

Check mo bro Behringer B115d malakas yan!
Title: Electronic drum inquiry
Post by: arj on June 21, 2013, 08:12:42 AM
Guys ask lang ako if you have reviews or have tried yun roland td4kp portable. Am planning to buy one to save space. Thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: paeng074 on June 23, 2013, 11:24:41 PM
sir ok ba response ng Ringway Adagio Kd10/td82 plano ko kasi bumili..ano ung feel nya? ok ba to di ba ako malulugi dito makakapag roll ba ako ng fills ng maayos dito?
Title: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: Mauc on June 26, 2013, 04:00:50 PM
I am using Yamaha DD-45, my problem is mag double yung bass pedal paminsan minsan. Pa help ano ang problem at anu ang pweding solustion. Thanks
Title: Re: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: yekoz on June 26, 2013, 05:09:56 PM
Try mo lagyan ng footboard then lagay mo sa carpet para di mag-skid... hope this will help... 8-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on June 29, 2013, 09:30:04 AM
Hi Electrodrummeristas,

How much is the going rate for a second hand ROLAND TD4 these days?

This was released around 2009? right? Thanks in Advance!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 29, 2013, 09:46:40 AM
Hi Electrodrummeristas,

How much is the going rate for a second hand ROLAND TD4 these days?

This was released around 2009? right? Thanks in Advance!

Nasa 30k+ yan. Mura na kung may magbenta ng less than 30k
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on June 29, 2013, 09:57:41 AM
Nasa 30k+ yan. Mura na kung may magbenta ng less than 30k

Thanks Xelly...Medyo na-GAS ako...hahahaha..mild lang naman... :) :wave:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on June 29, 2013, 12:56:41 PM
Thanks Xelly...Medyo na-GAS ako...hahahaha..mild lang naman... :) :wave:

Compared dun sa gamit mo ngayon masmalalaki ang pads ng td4 at pwedeng masmagkakalayo yung pads kaya masrealistic. At alam ko sa td4 pwede rin gawing midi controller para sa future recording.
Title: Re: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: Mauc on July 01, 2013, 04:44:27 PM
nag double pa rin ang kick, any other suggestions...
Title: Re: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: peeves24 on July 01, 2013, 05:45:31 PM
not sure if the triggering mechanism is the same as roland fd pedals. post ka muna ng pics nung internal ng pedal

then again it could just be the sensitivity setting sa dd45 mismo
Title: Re: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: Xelly on July 01, 2013, 07:35:40 PM
nag double pa rin ang kick, any other suggestions...
Ano ba gamit mo bro? Kung may setting siya na pwede iadjust yung threshold ng sensor pwede mo paglaruan yun
Title: Re: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: Mauc on July 01, 2013, 08:06:27 PM
not sure if the triggering mechanism is the same as roland fd pedals. post ka muna ng pics nung internal ng pedal

then again it could just be the sensitivity setting sa dd45 mismo

Sir, drum pad lang po yung yamaha DD-45, ang pedal niya yong sustain pedal for keybord.
Title: Re: E-drum bass pedal problem
Post by: Mauc on July 01, 2013, 08:08:39 PM
Ano ba gamit mo bro? Kung may setting siya na pwede iadjust yung threshold ng sensor pwede mo paglaruan yun

Sir, yamaha dd-45 na drum pad. Walang setting sa sensitivity. Thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: plissken on July 26, 2013, 04:29:24 PM
Got to try Roland's TD-4KP at Yupangco and really quite impressed with this unit. This is also part of the MESS promo. Boy, I was really tempted to make that swipe because they said this was the last piece. Good thing I snapped myself out of it.  :eek:

http://www.yupangco.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=3715&category_id=80&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=53 (http://www.yupangco.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=3715&category_id=80&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=53)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 26, 2013, 05:08:16 PM
I posted an ad selling my HD-3...and got a buyer just after lunch..but I sort of have attachment issues..and I feel i dont really have to let it go..as its too fun...

I just posted the ad to see and sort of clear my apartment of bulky stuff..sigh...should I sell? I told him Id confirm by the weekend..sigh..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 28, 2013, 12:25:42 PM
WOW, it was a tough decision...I just declined a good offer, and RETRACTED my HD3... I hope I made the right choice..I really thought about it hard..I said..its one of  those things..that can make you happy after a long tough day..and you and your kid could hit a fun jam...so...sigh..hahaha ..I hope I passed the test.. :wave: :wave: :wave: :-P :-P

Mabuhay  ang Electronic/Digital Drumming Pips!!!!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 28, 2013, 06:04:26 PM
good for you  :-D

me, i decided to not get the 2box anymore or any edrum for at least 5 years. ginamit ko na lang yung pondo ko sa 2box para tapusin na yung soundproofing and treatment ng drum room ko. mas nakamura sana ko sa 2box hahaha pero masyado na matagal na pangit tingnan yung room.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on July 28, 2013, 08:39:51 PM
can't wait for my very first drumset, (electronic) roland td4kp... waiting for the stock delivery..  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 29, 2013, 01:12:43 AM
its funny, I wanted to sell it off to free some space at home.. it was my toys or her toys thats got to go....obviously naman yung toys ko..huhu  :cry: :cry:..hahaha.. I just figured, keeping the kit around could make a lot of nice memories..so  compromisenalang!..haha shes liking it though, just banging away to her delight...haha

(http://i1113.photobucket.com/albums/k508/gandydancer123/b568c3e2-e17f-4e35-bb96-0ce8a3211339_zps3d096926.jpg?t=1375031269)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on August 26, 2013, 02:26:17 PM
my roland td4kp arrived last week!! though wala pang chance maiupload ung pictures, nalimutan ko na rin kung pano eh.. hahaha!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on August 26, 2013, 02:42:53 PM
 ^ roland td4kp --Astig! Congrats!


nakakapagsaya talaga ang e-drums...thes best kasi great space saver, plus yung makapagdrums ka na nakaheadphones lang..sabay sabay lang sa favorite tunes mo..pangpapawis..sarap..Im glad niretract ko muna yung samin....
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on August 27, 2013, 06:45:30 PM
eto sakin roland TD9K :)

nag dagdag ako ng 2 more triggers, isa yung ginagamit ko sa ride na dual zone cy13 at yung isa nakalimutan ko na anong model yung puti na nasa kaliwa kung anu ano lang nilalagay ko dun minsan splash or china

also pinalitan ko yung kick trigger kasi yung stock na kick trigger hindi kaya double peds

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/1.jpg)

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/2.jpg)

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/3.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on August 27, 2013, 07:05:01 PM
eto sakin roland TD9K :)

nag dagdag ako ng 2 more triggers, isa yung ginagamit ko sa ride na dual zone cy13 at yung isa nakalimutan ko na anong model yung puti na nasa kaliwa kung anu ano lang nilalagay ko dun minsan splash or china

also pinalitan ko yung kick trigger kasi yung stock na kick trigger hindi kaya double peds

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/1.jpg)

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/2.jpg)

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/3.jpg)
Panalo yang cy13 bro! Ang alam ko triple zone pa yan eh. :?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on August 27, 2013, 07:06:52 PM
Panalo yang cy13 bro! Ang alam ko triple zone pa yan eh. :?

yup triple zone sya kaso works as dual zone lang sa td9k ko kasi pang dualzone lang yung cable nung td9k sa ride
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on August 27, 2013, 08:01:53 PM
yup triple zone sya kaso works as dual zone lang sa td9k ko kasi pang dualzone lang yung cable nung td9k sa ride

PM sent!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on August 27, 2013, 09:42:12 PM
eto sakin roland TD9K :)

nag dagdag ako ng 2 more triggers, isa yung ginagamit ko sa ride na dual zone cy13 at yung isa nakalimutan ko na anong model yung puti na nasa kaliwa kung anu ano lang nilalagay ko dun minsan splash or china

also pinalitan ko yung kick trigger kasi yung stock na kick trigger hindi kaya double peds

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/1.jpg)

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/2.jpg)

(http://filekeeper.com.php5-1.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/myedrum/3.jpg)

Astig!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: tewtew on August 28, 2013, 03:40:47 PM
Good day mga boss :D

Tanong ko lang kung meron bang available na gigbags for Roland TD Drums dito sa Pinas?  Or mas ok magpagawa nalang? :?

Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on August 28, 2013, 04:55:18 PM
^yupangco, perfect pitch, yamaha ang official distro ng roland dito at palagi ako nag tatanong ng accessories at additional triggers sa kanila wala sila puro special order at mag hihintay ka ng dating ng next shipment nila ng stocks para isabay yung SPECIAL ORDER mo :P ano kayang klaseng special order yun ahahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: tewtew on August 28, 2013, 05:42:42 PM
^yupangco, perfect pitch, yamaha ang official distro ng roland dito at palagi ako nag tatanong ng accessories at additional triggers sa kanila wala sila puro special order at mag hihintay ka ng dating ng next shipment nila ng stocks para isabay yung SPECIAL ORDER mo :P ano kayang klaseng special order yun ahahaha

ayun nga boss haha kaya lang nagcheck ako sa site ng roland, eh yung para sa maliit na vdrums ata yung gigbag na nasa kanila hehehe diko sure kung kakasya dun yung TD11 :D
Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: bhockyo on October 01, 2013, 03:36:11 PM
nice kit sir. nga pala, I'm planning on buying ringway td 82 electronic drum kit din. ayaw kasi sa bahay ng maingay kaya electronic naisip ko. ask ko lang sir, how's the feel kung all stock siya? responsive ba yung tunog kada hampas ko? wala kasi ako plano i-modify/upgrade yung kit since pangpraktis ko lang siya sa bahay. salamat sir!
Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: gandydancer123 on October 01, 2013, 03:57:29 PM
Hanep! hahaha actually target ko din yan dati..you would be surprised of their prices here..well of course landed sa pinas,profit, plus shipping, etc ganun talaga magiging selling price nyan..which is not bad actually..

nice thread! I think these kits are ok, for hobbyists and modders, and those weekly sunday fun jams..for the price cant be beat.
Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: bulog on October 08, 2013, 10:01:12 AM
Sir saan po nakakabili ng Rinway TD82 e.drums? & how much po sya?

Ito na lang kulang ko sa setup ko e hehe.

Nakakapagod ng mag program sa EZ drummer.  :wave:
Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: bhockyo on October 08, 2013, 11:10:16 AM
sir may nakita ako sa sulit... yung isa around 12k tapos yung isang model naman nila 15-16k. plano ko din bumili nito kaso wala pa ko nakikitang review about sa kit na to, kaya di muna ako bili. :P
Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: bulog on October 08, 2013, 11:35:26 AM
sir may nakita ako sa sulit... yung isa around 12k tapos yung isang model naman nila 15-16k. plano ko din bumili nito kaso wala pa ko nakikitang review about sa kit na to, kaya di muna ako bili. :P

actually nakita ko na po yung sa sulit ads, but as much as possible sa local store sana para pwede credit card hehe.

Makatingin nga sa Raon during weekends baka mayron

Tamang tama kasi sa setup ko itong e.drums at walan magagalit na kapit bahay...ito n lng kulang ko e.

see this video

Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: bhockyo on October 08, 2013, 03:08:58 PM
+1 sa credit card! yun din kasi pambibili ko para d mabigat masyado sa bulsa :D

actually nakita ko na po yung sa sulit ads, but as much as possible sa local store sana para pwede credit card hehe.

Makatingin nga sa Raon during weekends baka mayron

Tamang tama kasi sa setup ko itong e.drums at walan magagalit na kapit bahay...ito n lng kulang ko e.

see this video

Title: Re: Ringway Drum Kit Users
Post by: michael.astigin on October 19, 2013, 11:20:57 AM
any reviews, comments and feeds para sa td82
Planning to buy din po se e
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: doverman on October 19, 2013, 11:54:29 AM
Hi Sirs baguhang noobito lang po ako, share ko lang yung set-up ko sa bahay na TD-4.

(http://i210.photobucket.com/albums/bb258/vantage428/20130830_211257.jpg) (http://s210.photobucket.com/user/vantage428/media/20130830_211257.jpg.html)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: michael.astigin on October 19, 2013, 11:25:06 PM
Me mabibili ba akong e-drums sa halagang 8k?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 20, 2013, 01:37:28 PM
Hi! Newbie here. Ask ko lang kung ano po magandang amp for vdrums other than roland? Any one here who tried peavey kb2 or kb3. Appreciate your feedback. Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 20, 2013, 01:40:48 PM
I will just be using it for practice in our garage... Jpust an option aside from headphone
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 20, 2013, 02:01:30 PM
Gamit ko kb4 ok naman ang tunog. Pwede rin yung powered speaker tulad ng b3 U15a o u12a kailangan mo lng ng mixer mas ok ang tunog
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on October 20, 2013, 05:39:26 PM
Hi! Newbie here. Ask ko lang kung ano po magandang amp for vdrums other than roland? Any one here who tried peavey kb2 or kb3. Appreciate your feedback. Thanks!
Bitin ang kb2 or kb3 bro.

Gamit ko kb4 ok naman ang tunog. Pwede rin yung powered speaker tulad ng b3 U15a o u12a kailangan mo lng ng mixer mas ok ang tunog


+1
Ok talaga powered speakers loaded w/ 15s
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 20, 2013, 11:25:21 PM
Bitin ang kb2 or kb3 bro.

+1
Ok talaga powered speakers loaded w/ 15s


Appreciate your feedback. What do you mean by bitin? Sa lakas ba or sa punch ng bass drum? I will be just using it for practice not for jamming thus medyo mas after ako sa quality ng tunog not the loudness....
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 20, 2013, 11:36:21 PM
Gamit ko kb4 ok naman ang tunog. Pwede rin yung powered speaker tulad ng b3 U15a o u12a kailangan mo lng ng mixer mas ok ang tunog


How about kung may kasabay na music okay naman ba yung kb4? Hindi ba parang delayed yung palo (something to that effect). Nag try kasi ako using a PA system parang hindi ko masabayan ng tama yung music pero sakto naman pag sa headphone. Di ko lang alam kung dahil hindi lang ako marunong magtimpla. Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on October 21, 2013, 08:38:31 AM

How about kung may kasabay na music okay naman ba yung kb4? Hindi ba parang delayed yung palo (something to that effect). Nag try kasi ako using a PA system parang hindi ko masabayan ng tama yung music pero sakto naman pag sa headphone. Di ko lang alam kung dahil hindi lang ako marunong magtimpla. Thanks!

consider the distance pre

kung sa PA malamang malayo yung speakers sa yo kaya delayed dumadating yung tunog.

kapag sumaksak ka sa kb4 (or any personal amp) at nasa harap mo yung speaker, walang delay yun
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 21, 2013, 10:09:17 PM
consider the distance pre

kung sa PA malamang malayo yung speakers sa yo kaya delayed dumadating yung tunog.

kapag sumaksak ka sa kb4 (or any personal amp) at nasa harap mo yung speaker, walang delay yun

Thanks Peeves24. Last na lang, maganda ba ang deepness ng bass ng kb4? So far ba satisfied ka naman? I am really keen on buying this weekend.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on October 21, 2013, 10:30:19 PM
sorry never used an amp for my kit, headphones lang ako and i used to have a jamhub for practicing with my band

nagmumuni muni lang: parang mali kasi gamitan ng amp dahil kaya ka nga bumili ng edrums para tahimik ka makapractice.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on October 21, 2013, 11:54:03 PM
Thanks Peeves24. Last na lang, maganda ba ang deepness ng bass ng kb4? So far ba satisfied ka naman? I am really keen on buying this weekend.

15' na speakers ng KB4 solve na "deepness" ng bass nun bro. Kung KB3 medyo bitin. Pero super bigat nung KB4 bro. Check mo sa site ng Peavey yung weight. Suggestion ko try mo Behringer B115d powered speakers.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 22, 2013, 09:15:06 AM
Mabigat ang kb4 kaya minsan gamit ko na lng yung b3 .  sa tingin ko mas maganda high ng b3 kaya kb4 ok rin namin yung low nya. Mas maganda kung may sub din
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 22, 2013, 07:38:59 PM
Mabigat ang kb4 kaya minsan gamit ko na lng yung b3 .  sa tingin ko mas maganda high ng b3 kaya kb4 ok rin namin yung low nya. Mas maganda kung may sub din

When you say b3, do you mean peavey kb3? I'm choosing between peavey kb3 and kb4 at medyo favor ako sa kb3 dahil sa price difference (~6k). Kaya kung okay naman i would go to kb3. Appreaciate your feedback. Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 22, 2013, 08:33:22 PM
B3, beta 3 powered speaker
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: royc on October 22, 2013, 09:58:20 PM

When you say b3, do you mean peavey kb3? I'm choosing between peavey kb3 and kb4 at medyo favor ako sa kb3 dahil sa price difference (~6k). Kaya kung okay naman i would go to kb3. Appreaciate your feedback. Thanks!

Try mo powered speaker mas madaling buhatin and mas malakas.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: royc on October 22, 2013, 10:00:33 PM

^yupangco, perfect pitch, yamaha ang official distro ng roland dito at palagi ako nag tatanong ng accessories at additional triggers sa kanila wala sila puro special order at mag hihintay ka ng dating ng next shipment nila ng stocks para isabay yung SPECIAL ORDER mo :P ano kayang klaseng special order yun ahahaha

Puede bang any brand ng trigger para sa yamaha digital drums?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on October 22, 2013, 11:17:10 PM
for small items, dont special order. pwede naman sa amazon or ebay tapos gamitin mong address yung offices ng johnnyair sa US. have johnnyair ship the item here. mas mura at mabilis yun. 5 days lang ang johnnyair
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on October 23, 2013, 07:00:48 PM
When you say b3, do you mean peavey kb3? I'm choosing between peavey kb3 and kb4 at medyo favor ako sa kb3 dahil sa price difference (~6k). Kaya kung okay naman i would go to kb3. Appreaciate your feedback. Thanks!

Ano pong model na beta3 ang gamit mo? Saan po nakakabili and what is the price range? Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on October 23, 2013, 09:57:30 PM
Beta 3 u12a, price 17,900. Yung U15a 20,800. music source dealer nya
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: royc on October 24, 2013, 06:22:18 AM

Ano pong model na beta3 ang gamit mo? Saan po nakakabili and what is the price range? Thanks!
Try mo din samson auro sa audiophile


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: PermissionDenied on November 02, 2013, 12:21:57 AM
Mga ser bumili ako ng medeli dd506 anung amp ba ang ideal dito?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on November 02, 2013, 03:16:44 PM
Anyone here who have use a stagg active speaker? What can you say about the sound and durability? Nagpunta kasi ako sa music source and inalok nila sa akin (because of my tight budget), huwag nga lang lagi itotodo ang volume dahil baka masira agad....
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on November 07, 2013, 07:25:53 AM
just a question. If I upgrade the snare of roland td4kp into roland pdx8. worth it ba?? and pede ko kaya mai-assign ung rim for other sounds like a cowbell for example. haven't really gone through on the cd provided by the kit, wlang cd-rom laptop ko eh :nosebleed:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 07, 2013, 08:55:14 AM
you dont really want to assign another sound on the rim of your snare. nakakapraning yun. sa toms ok lang. wag sa snare. if you have the money to burn, worth it yung pagpalit to pdx8 kasi mag iimprove yung feel.

no need for the cd. available naman lahat ng laman nun sa roland website
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: narz on November 07, 2013, 02:08:22 PM
Mga sir may nakagamit na po ng ringway sa nyo?
Hows the feel and solidity po? Im planning to buy one medyo tight po budget. Reviews na din po thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on November 07, 2013, 02:39:14 PM
15' na speakers ng KB4 solve na "deepness" ng bass nun bro. Kung KB3 medyo bitin. Pero super bigat nung KB4 bro. Check mo sa site ng Peavey yung weight. Suggestion ko try mo Behringer B115d powered speakers.

Na-try mo na ba yung Behringer B115D? Plug and play lang ba ito or kailangan ko pa ng mixer? Sorry, but I am really new to amplifying drums. Hanggang ngayon nga nalilito pa rin ako kung ano ang bibilhin. Mas maganda ba ang active speaker kaysa sa Keyboard amplifier? Kapag nagpupunta kasi ako sa mga music store yung iba sinasabi dapat daw keyboard amp, yung iba naman mas okay ang active speaker. Appreciate your thoughts on this. Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 07, 2013, 03:11:02 PM
any full range speaker will do. active speakers and keyboard amps are full range. pero syempre some brands sound better than others...

some active speakers have line level unbalanced inputs (RCA or TS plug) pwede mo na direct ikabit dun yung drum module mo. ngayon kung XLR lang yung active speaker, you need a DI (or a pair of DIs for stereo) to convert the unbalanced signal na galing sa drum module mo into balanced XLR signal. yung behri b115D pwedeng unbalanced TS cable gamitin dun, no need for DI or mixer.

the price for 2 DIs is the same as a small cheap mixer so get the mixer instead para may headphones ka pa at pwedeng magsasaksak ng ibang player sa mixer
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on November 07, 2013, 05:34:17 PM
I'm planning to replace my snare, medyo hirap din kasi sa feel. Iba yung pads e. as for the toms, single lang tlga sya, anyway ok pa rin naman sakin.

PDX-8 would be a special order if I would buy it right???
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 07, 2013, 07:43:48 PM
check mo muna baka may stock sa yupangco

if not, wag ka na mag special order. matagal masyado. bili ka sa amazon or ebay tapos paship mo sa johnny air
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on November 07, 2013, 08:14:31 PM
any full range speaker will do. active speakers and keyboard amps are full range. pero syempre some brands sound better than others...

some active speakers have line level unbalanced inputs (RCA or TS plug) pwede mo na direct ikabit dun yung drum module mo. ngayon kung XLR lang yung active speaker, you need a DI (or a pair of DIs for stereo) to convert the unbalanced signal na galing sa drum module mo into balanced XLR signal. yung behri b115D pwedeng unbalanced TS cable gamitin dun, no need for DI or mixer.

the price for 2 DIs is the same as a small cheap mixer so get the mixer instead para may headphones ka pa at pwedeng magsasaksak ng ibang player sa mixer

Thanks a lot peeves your reply is highly appreciated. By the way when connecting to active speaker, will i use the headphone out or the mono?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on November 07, 2013, 08:32:11 PM
nasa dubai ako ngayon ako sir peeves, eh parang mas mahal sa amazon or ebay if papaship ko pa dito.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 07, 2013, 10:45:47 PM
Thanks a lot peeves your reply is highly appreciated. By the way when connecting to active speaker, will i use the headphone out or the mono?

di mo pa yata nabanggit kung ano yung kit mo. ano ba sya?

as much as possible always use stereo outs ng drum module para ikabit sa isang pares ng active speakers. kung isa lang active speaker mo, dun sa L(mono) mo ikabit. wag mo gamitin yung headphone out para ibang connection bukod sa headphone. you can use both headphone out and stereo out at the same time. unlike sa guitar amp na kapag nagsaksak ka ng headphone, mamatay yung tunog ng outputs/speaker.

nung minsang dinala ko sa gig yung td4 ko, malayo yung active speakers ng bar sa pwesto ko kaya may delay na yung dating ng tunog sa kin. buti na lang may dala din ako headphone kaya may personal monitor ako...

my setup: roland spd-s > mixer > active speakers
(http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3744/10732605065_6b4bec4b3e_z_d.jpg)
kaya lang hindi pa rin pwedeng substitute ang spd-s para sa TD series o kahit anong full size e-drum kasi 2 levels lang nadedetect ng pads - either soft or hard. tsaka iba naman talaga purpose ng spd-s na palitan ang e-drums

nasa dubai ako ngayon ako sir peeves, eh parang mas mahal sa amazon or ebay if papaship ko pa dito.

ah kala ko kasi dito din sa pinas
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: skapgot on November 08, 2013, 03:04:39 AM
Hello mga sir! Bago lang ako po ako magpost dito... I play guitars but I plan to be a seasonal drummer din :)
Gusto ko ng practice drums sa kwarto, pwede na ba yung Ringway TD82? ito kasi pinaka cheapest na nakita ko sa net eh... Thank you!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 08, 2013, 08:35:54 AM
Hello mga sir! Bago lang ako po ako magpost dito... I play guitars but I plan to be a seasonal drummer din :)
Gusto ko ng practice drums sa kwarto, pwede na ba yung Ringway TD82? ito kasi pinaka cheapest na nakita ko sa net eh... Thank you!

we all have to start somewhere. cheap is cheap, dont expect anything na lang. if it has midi out which it probably has, gamitan mo na lang ng midi interface sa computer tsaka drum vst to improve the sound. pero yung feel and translation ng soft to hard hits mo on this kit cannot be upgraded/will never improve.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: narz on November 08, 2013, 02:21:56 PM
Mga sir may nakagamit na po ng ringway sa nyo?
Hows the feel and solidity po? Im planning to buy one medyo tight po budget. Reviews na din po thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: roland_versoza on November 09, 2013, 11:24:44 PM
di mo pa yata nabanggit kung ano yung kit mo. ano ba sya?

as much as possible always use stereo outs ng drum module para ikabit sa isang pares ng active speakers. kung isa lang active speaker mo, dun sa L(mono) mo ikabit. wag mo gamitin yung headphone out para ibang connection bukod sa headphone. you can use both headphone out and stereo out at the same time. unlike sa guitar amp na kapag nagsaksak ka ng headphone, mamatay yung tunog ng outputs/speaker.


Sir Peeves, td4kp kit ko.... Thanks for your very useful tip....
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on November 16, 2013, 10:57:20 PM
I am a fan of electronic drums although I only have an entry level Roland TD3. It does the trick for silent late night practice and quick gig setup. Finally got the Zildjian Gen16 Acoustic Electric Cymbals. Made a lot of difference in playing a edrums. Sarap!
(http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/11/16/usubype3.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on November 17, 2013, 04:32:44 AM
I am a fan of electronic drums although I only have an entry level Roland TD3. It does the trick for silent late night practice and quick gig setup. Finally got the Zildjian Gen16 Acoustic Electric Cymbals. Made a lot of difference in playing a edrums. Sarap!
(http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/11/16/usubype3.jpg)

how much kuha mo s zildjian Gen16 Acoustic Electric Cymbals bro? GAs to hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on November 17, 2013, 06:29:00 PM
I am a fan of electronic drums although I only have an entry level Roland TD3. It does the trick for silent late night practice and quick gig setup. Finally got the Zildjian Gen16 Acoustic Electric Cymbals. Made a lot of difference in playing a edrums. Sarap!
(http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/11/16/usubype3.jpg)

sweet!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on November 18, 2013, 06:53:51 AM
how much kuha mo s zildjian Gen16 Acoustic Electric Cymbals bro? GAs to hahaha

Nag sale sa JB a few weeks ago. 16k only for the whole box set ng 13, 16, 18. Panalo! Original price of 53k.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on November 18, 2013, 09:45:49 AM
Nag sale sa JB a few weeks ago. 16k only for the whole box set ng 13, 16, 18. Panalo! Original price of 53k.

bro baka interested ka ibenta yung lumang roland cymbal pads mo pm mo lang ako ha. :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on November 18, 2013, 10:47:53 AM
mga boss tanong po san kaya makakabili nang edrums na may zero interest using credit card??? gusto kopo kasi kumuha pang praktis at pang record... salamat...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on November 18, 2013, 02:46:12 PM
Nag sale sa JB a few weeks ago. 16k only for the whole box set ng 13, 16, 18. Panalo! Original price of 53k.

woah ?! 16k ?  from 53k ?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on November 18, 2013, 03:01:14 PM
Nag sale sa JB a few weeks ago. 16k only for the whole box set ng 13, 16, 18. Panalo! Original price of 53k.

POTEK! PANALO!!!!!!!!!!! so its official, never buy from JB pag walang matinding sale..hahaha

more pics! gwapo nyang kit mo na yan! wooot! congrats
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on November 19, 2013, 05:30:54 AM
bro pwede ka mag choke diyan sa crash trigger ?

I am a fan of electronic drums although I only have an entry level Roland TD3. It does the trick for silent late night practice and quick gig setup. Finally got the Zildjian Gen16 Acoustic Electric Cymbals. Made a lot of difference in playing a edrums. Sarap!
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on November 19, 2013, 10:58:17 AM
bro pwede ka mag choke diyan sa crash trigger ?

pwedeng pwede. sa pagkakaalam ko, hindi fully electronic yang gen 16, kinukuha niya yung sound at vibration signals nung cymbal tapos inaamplify niya ata through a "brain" na may iba ibang settings depende sa gusto mong sound
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on November 20, 2013, 06:54:10 AM
bro pwede ka mag choke diyan sa crash trigger ?

Puwede mag-choke. Although hindi siya trigger. May condenser mic yung pickups niya. The sound is processed sa module. Para lang siyang acoustic electric guitar. Yung blue lights sa ilalim ng bell yung pickups ng cymbals

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: tewtew on November 20, 2013, 01:00:48 PM
ganda niyan ah! tanong pala kung acoustic-electric yung setup nya, sinlakas ba ng normal cymbals yan pag hinahampas? noob question wehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: tewtew on November 20, 2013, 01:12:58 PM
sorry double post, please delete :|
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on November 20, 2013, 03:21:56 PM
ganda niyan ah! tanong pala kung acoustic-electric yung setup nya, sinlakas ba ng normal cymbals yan pag hinahampas? noob question wehehe

Design siya na mahina. Puro holes yung cymbals para di tumunog ng malakas

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: doverman on November 23, 2013, 11:03:01 PM
Puwede mag-choke. Although hindi siya trigger. May condenser mic yung pickups niya. The sound is processed sa module. Para lang siyang acoustic electric guitar. Yung blue lights sa ilalim ng bell yung pickups ng cymbals

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Thanks for sharing bro. may ganito palang product ng Zildjian.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: doverman on November 23, 2013, 11:34:53 PM
Mas maganda tingin kong itong Zildjian kaysa sa Surge Cymbals ng Alesis.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iplaydrums4u on November 24, 2013, 12:51:23 PM
Mas maganda tingin kong itong Zildjian kaysa sa Surge Cymbals ng Alesis.

alam ko magkaiba concept ng surge sa gen16, yung surge kasi fully electronic, basically trigger lang din siya, etong gen16 amplified at equalized sound. hindi siya electronic trigger.  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on November 25, 2013, 01:28:59 PM
@Powercharge
bro baka interested ka ibenta yung lumang roland cymbal pads mo pm mo? :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on December 22, 2013, 05:57:57 AM
Share ko lang, tagal na bago ko na-post

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on December 22, 2013, 10:11:00 AM
Share ko lang, tagal na bago ko na-post

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bilhan na yan ng carrying case! WOOOT! congrats!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on December 23, 2013, 06:30:00 AM
oyeah, i still have to visit that shop where i bought it para malaman kung pano makakuha, mas madali kasi maiuwi ng pinas kung sakali! hehe :-D

gusto ko sana i-upgrade yung snare, kaso special order din yun, baka jan na lang din sa pinas paguwi. hehe :cute:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on December 23, 2013, 11:45:52 AM
oyeah, i still have to visit that shop where i bought it para malaman kung pano makakuha, mas madali kasi maiuwi ng pinas kung sakali! hehe :-D

gusto ko sana i-upgrade yung snare, kaso special order din yun, baka jan na lang din sa pinas paguwi. hehe :cute:

Bro jan mo na i-order. Ang hirap ng special order dito sa Pinas at ang mahal! :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on December 28, 2013, 07:39:59 PM
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: royc on January 05, 2014, 08:40:30 AM

YAMAHA DD65 DIGITAL DRUMS WITH ALESIS REAL HEAD KICK PAD TOWER AND HI HAT PEDAL

Sir, locally available yung alesis kick pad tower? May nakasubok na ba dito ng diy?


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: easusmena on January 05, 2014, 12:19:13 PM
Sa US ko binili yung alesis kick pad bale sa Alesis dm10 pro kit ko yun. Ewan ko lng sa JB o kaya sa channel baka meron available. Sa internet at YouTube may nakita ako gumawa ng DIY kick pad
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: royc on January 07, 2014, 06:26:45 AM

Sa US ko binili yung alesis kick pad bale sa Alesis dm10 pro kit ko yun. Ewan ko lng sa JB o kaya sa channel baka meron available. Sa internet at YouTube may nakita ako gumawa ng DIY kick pad

Thanks


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on January 07, 2014, 04:10:23 PM

Share ko lang, tagal na bago ko na-post

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 :cute:

Great looking kit! Yan din ang pinag-pilian ko before I eventually settled with the TD11K. :)


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: aldoomsday on January 08, 2014, 02:01:54 PM
Hi everyone.

I'm looking to buy my first edrum kit but I don't really know exactly what specs to look for.

My main purpose of getting edrums is because I currently live in a place where I can't afford to make a lot of noise. My acoustic drum kit is actually still at my parents' place and only gets played on weekends.

Additionally, I'd like to have the option of possibly using the edrum kit for recording. With my current band, we've always recorded with acoustic drums because we play all rock music. However, I have friends involved in more experimental, hip hop, and EDM music and would like to explore collaborations with them, and edrums would be more versatile for these genres.

Ideally, I'd like to buy a starter-sized kit (1 kick, 1 hi hat, 1 crash, 1 ride, 3 toms) but with the option of expanding the kit eventually. I have extra crash and splash cymbals with my acoustic kit, and would like to replicate this with an edrum kit.

For my budget range (25-35k), a friend of mine recommended the Medeli DD506. (link: http://www.majormusiccenter.com/Vurmalilar/digitalbateri/medeli/Products.aspx_files/DD506all.jpg)

I just have a few questions:

1. Does this model have the option of adding pads/cymbals individually without having to buy a whole new kit. (i.e. is it expandable?)

2. Can the audio output of this kit be separated into individual tracks for each pad (suitable for recording) or does it only have the option of ouputting just one track? (If it can't output many individual tracks, are there any recommended edrum kits for that purpose?)

3. Does it have the options of rim shot, cross-stick rim click, and ride bell sounds?

4. Can anyone recommend any other edrum models to suit my needs and fit my budget? Willing to spend 25-35k, and possibly willing to stretch to 40k if edrum kit is worth it.

Hoping for your opinions on this. Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 08, 2014, 02:25:35 PM
Hi everyone.

I'm looking to buy my first edrum kit but I don't really know exactly what specs to look for.

My main purpose of getting edrums is because I currently live in a place where I can't afford to make a lot of noise. My acoustic drum kit is actually still at my parents' place and only gets played on weekends.

Additionally, I'd like to have the option of possibly using the edrum kit for recording. With my current band, we've always recorded with acoustic drums because we play all rock music. However, I have friends involved in more experimental, hip hop, and EDM music and would like to explore collaborations with them, and edrums would be more versatile for these genres.

Ideally, I'd like to buy a starter-sized kit (1 kick, 1 hi hat, 1 crash, 1 ride, 3 toms) but with the option of expanding the kit eventually. I have extra crash and splash cymbals with my acoustic kit, and would like to replicate this with an edrum kit.

For my budget range (25-35k), a friend of mine recommended the Medeli DD506. (link: http://www.majormusiccenter.com/Vurmalilar/digitalbateri/medeli/Products.aspx_files/DD506all.jpg)

I just have a few questions:

1. Does this model have the option of adding pads/cymbals individually without having to buy a whole new kit. (i.e. is it expandable?)

2. Can the audio output of this kit be separated into individual tracks for each pad (suitable for recording) or does it only have the option of ouputting just one track? (If it can't output many individual tracks, are there any recommended edrum kits for that purpose?)

3. Does it have the options of rim shot, cross-stick rim click, and ride bell sounds?

4. Can anyone recommend any other edrum models to suit my needs and fit my budget? Willing to spend 25-35k, and possibly willing to stretch to 40k if edrum kit is worth it.

Hoping for your opinions on this. Thanks!


Some answers to your queries brother:

1. No, pads cannot be expanded. The Drum Module is pretty much limited to the number of pads it can handle. all eDrumKits at this price range usually are limited to this. If you want to expand it, better to have another Drum Module like the Alesis Trigger I/O,

2. AFAIK, you can do this with proper mapping of the MIDI Channels per track. I'm still experimenting with this one. This will take time hahaha but the output of the MEDELI can be via MIDI Cables or USB.

3. The DD506 has a dualzone snare. meaning yes, it can translate rimshots and crosssticking depending on the kit voices you are using. The Cymbals are also dualzone pads so you can program them to reflect ride bell sounds or ride crash sounds or ride bow sounds. Cymbals also are "choke-able"

4. AFAIK, there are no other eDrumKits at your price range with the requirements you are looking for, except for Secondhand units which rarely come by. :)

Hope this helps brother. goodluck.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 08, 2014, 02:26:19 PM


For more information bro aldo, please check out this thread:

http://talk.philmusic.com/index.php?topic=83929.0

Hope this helps!
Title: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on January 08, 2014, 02:35:42 PM
Additional 2cents on the following:
1. The most expandability one can get out of drum modules are an auxiliary input or two. In this case, the Medeli has 1 aux-in good for an extra pad. (Getting extra pads is usually hard too)

4. You can get a "cheap" edrum kit and just use it as a trigger via midi and use software synths like ezdrummer. But you'll be limited by the quality of the pads in terms of how it captures hits, etc.

Hope this helps


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: aldoomsday on January 08, 2014, 02:59:59 PM

3. The DD506 has a dualzone snare. meaning yes, it can translate rimshots and crosssticking depending on the kit voices you are using. The Cymbals are also dualzone pads so you can program them to reflect ride bell sounds or ride crash sounds or ride bow sounds. Cymbals also are "choke-able"


Thanks for the help, Ralph. For the ride cymbal, I've heard of edrum kits with which the sound that comes out corresponds directly with how you hit it. (i.e. hitting the top of the cymbal with the stick head or hitting the edge of the cymbal with the side of the stick)

For the Medeli DD506, does it come with the option of making the ride bell sound by hitting the bell of the cymbal or do I have to program the ride to make that sound? I was hoping to be able to switch between the normal and bell sounds of the ride.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 08, 2014, 03:14:58 PM
For the Medeli DD506, does it come with the option of making the ride bell sound by hitting the bell of the cymbal or do I have to program the ride to make that sound? I was hoping to be able to switch between the normal and bell sounds of the ride.

ang naaalala ko sa dd506 and definitely on my td4, hard hits will translate to bell sounds while soft hits are used for bow sounds. your ride cymbal doesnt have to be multizone, mas important pa nga yung choke kesa sa separate bell and bow sound.

dual zone cymbals have bow and choke only
triple zone rides have a separate bell piezo together with the bow and choke
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 08, 2014, 03:20:43 PM
Thanks for the help, Ralph. For the ride cymbal, I've heard of edrum kits with which the sound that comes out corresponds directly with how you hit it. (i.e. hitting the top of the cymbal with the stick head or hitting the edge of the cymbal with the side of the stick)

For the Medeli DD506, does it come with the option of making the ride bell sound by hitting the bell of the cymbal or do I have to program the ride to make that sound? I was hoping to be able to switch between the normal and bell sounds of the ride.

What Sir Peeves said. Sa DD518DX na yung triple zone ride eh.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: aldoomsday on January 08, 2014, 04:35:09 PM

4. You can get a "cheap" edrum kit and just use it as a trigger via midi and use software synths like ezdrummer. But you'll be limited by the quality of the pads in terms of how it captures hits, etc.

Hope this helps


Thanks for the input. When triggering via midi and ezdrummer, does that mean that the triggers translate to the programmed sounds of the recording software in real time or do I have to input the midi file into the recording software and then edit the triggered sounds?

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 08, 2014, 04:58:37 PM
Thanks for the input. When triggering via midi and ezdrummer, does that mean that the triggers translate to the programmed sounds of the recording software in real time or do I have to input the midi file into the recording software and then edit the triggered sounds?




Hello Bro,

You can do it both ways. Depending on the DAW, well, most DAWs Support Realtime monitoring of the tracks so you can trigger the VSTi like EZDrummer in realtime rather than recording the midi track and then inserting it into EZDrummer.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: aldoomsday on January 08, 2014, 06:06:45 PM
ang naaalala ko sa dd506 and definitely on my td4, hard hits will translate to bell sounds while soft hits are used for bow sounds. your ride cymbal doesnt have to be multizone, mas important pa nga yung choke kesa sa separate bell and bow sound.

dual zone cymbals have bow and choke only
triple zone rides have a separate bell piezo together with the bow and choke

Ahh gets. If ever, would it be possible with the DD506 to replace a dual zone cymbal to a triple zone ride without changing the module or anything else about the edrums?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 08, 2014, 09:56:11 PM
yes pwede yun. kaso you will need to sacrifice your other pads. triple zone needs three outputs from the module
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 10, 2014, 11:34:40 AM
yes pwede yun. kaso you will need to sacrifice your other pads. triple zone needs three outputs from the module

Bro Peeves, just wondering, I've checked my Triple Zone Ride Pad included with the MEDELI DD518DX, pero one input (one cable) lang naman siya na mukhang stereo lang, pero capable siya of the Bell, Bow, Crash and Choke sounds? would you think depende sa module yung support ng Zone-d Pads?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 10, 2014, 12:47:46 PM
true triple zone will use 2 wires o kaya tingnan mo yung tip nya dapat 3 lines. kung 2 lang yun, its just dual zone

ah baka may circuit yung triple zone ride mo tulad ng yamaha cymbals. kapag nag activate more than 2 sensors e may equivalent midi note din
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jnsk on February 03, 2014, 02:08:44 PM
Good afternoon mga sir!
So we were watching UDD live and naisipan ng drummer namin na gumamit ng beat pad/drum pad, because of sir Ean.
(http://cms.rolandus.com/assets/images/products/gallery/spd-sx_angle_stick_gal.jpg)
Pero nung tumingin kami, this one in particular costs more than 30k. Tanong ko lang kung meron pa ba kaming makukuha na medyo mas mura? Or should we go with this agad? Bago lang kami dito sa mga digital pads pero we want to use these as a part of our main sound. May suggestions po ba kayo kung ano pwede namin bilihin that won't hurt our pockets much?  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 03, 2014, 02:15:02 PM
Good afternoon mga sir!
So we were watching UDD live and naisipan ng drummer namin na gumamit ng beat pad/drum pad, because of sir Ean.
(http://cms.rolandus.com/assets/images/products/gallery/spd-sx_angle_stick_gal.jpg)
Pero nung tumingin kami, this one in particular costs more than 30k. Tanong ko lang kung meron pa ba kaming makukuha na medyo mas mura? Or should we go with this agad? Bago lang kami dito sa mga digital pads pero we want to use these as a part of our main sound. May suggestions po ba kayo kung ano pwede namin bilihin that won't hurt our pockets much?  :-D

You can build DIY Triggers for the moment, then trigger sounds via a laptop. pero mas hassle yun. Try looking at secondhand ROLAND SPD8's. pero those are still a little pricey. Mahirap magtipid sa ganito brother. you'll end up buying the Rolands in the long run anyway. might as well save up and get a good one na. kung experiment experiment, try niyo muna mag DIY Triggers.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jnsk on February 03, 2014, 02:28:02 PM
You can build DIY Triggers for the moment, then trigger sounds via a laptop. pero mas hassle yun. Try looking at secondhand ROLAND SPD8's. pero those are still a little pricey. Mahirap magtipid sa ganito brother. you'll end up buying the Rolands in the long run anyway. might as well save up and get a good one na. kung experiment experiment, try niyo muna mag DIY Triggers.
Yun nga sir ralph e. Baka etong model na mismo. Pero thanks! Try namin yung DIY Triggers.  :razz:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on February 03, 2014, 03:06:23 PM
bili ka muna roland spd-s yung older version nyan. makakabili ka around 10k to 15k sa US ng 2nd hand. its very good. you dont really need the features of the spd-sx to get you started.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on February 19, 2014, 09:59:57 PM
           mga boss tanong po may idea po kayo kung paano gumawa nang separate rack or stand na para sa hihat at snare nang td11k?? kasi balak kopong dalhin lage yung hihat at snare nang ekit ko para po makapag practice ako kung saan man ako pupunta... yung parang mga pvc lang po or snare stand tapos lagyan nang rack para sa hihat? pwede po kaya yun??.. thanks in advance mga boss...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on February 20, 2014, 07:09:04 AM

           ...kasi balak kopong dalhin lage yung hihat at snare nang ekit ko para po makapag practice ako kung saan man ako pupunta...

Hindi ba napaka impractical ng binabalak mo? Baka naman pwede ka na sa practice pad for your purposes.


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on February 20, 2014, 08:57:17 AM
Yeah I agree,pad would do,when I Practice usually pad would do,or my other option is bimpo,fold it in two or three folds and put it on a wooden chair or yEllow pages,and my kick are just slippers sometimes for added feel,been practicing samba over
stick control patterns with this. It's not as good but it would rework your routine to be more sensitive in your motions,it helped me a lot. :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 20, 2014, 09:29:34 AM
           mga boss tanong po may idea po kayo kung paano gumawa nang separate rack or stand na para sa hihat at snare nang td11k?? kasi balak kopong dalhin lage yung hihat at snare nang ekit ko para po makapag practice ako kung saan man ako pupunta... yung parang mga pvc lang po or snare stand tapos lagyan nang rack para sa hihat? pwede po kaya yun??.. thanks in advance mga boss...


Pwede pero mejo hassle. My advise is to get a practice pad. kung may budget, yung mga electronic practice pad para may builtin metronome at sounds na. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on February 20, 2014, 01:28:15 PM
salamat po sa mga advice nyo... yun din po ang naiisip ko medyo hassle po....
mga boss dalawang bahay po kasi ang tinitirahan ko so minsan 4 days dun sa isa, sa isa naman po ay 3days.. kaya ko lang po naisip na gumawa nang diy rack para po madala kodin yung hihat, snare, module, pedals.... para po makapag practice din po ako dun sa isang bahay... salamat po sa inputs mga boss
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 20, 2014, 01:57:39 PM
salamat po sa mga advice nyo... yun din po ang naiisip ko medyo hassle po....
mga boss dalawang bahay po kasi ang tinitirahan ko so minsan 4 days dun sa isa, sa isa naman po ay 3days.. kaya ko lang po naisip na gumawa nang diy rack para po madala kodin yung hihat, snare, module, pedals.... para po makapag practice din po ako dun sa isang bahay... salamat po sa inputs mga boss

Try mo yung Medeli DD305 or Yamaha DD55/DD65. portable drum kit. kumpleto na, easy to transport. I used that back in college nung nagaaral pa ko magdrums. definitely helped a lot.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on February 20, 2014, 02:21:03 PM
Try mo yung Medeli DD305 or Yamaha DD55/DD65. portable drum kit. kumpleto na, easy to transport. I used that back in college nung nagaaral pa ko magdrums. definitely helped a lot.

okey boss check kopo isa nadin po yan na nasa isip kona alternative bilhin na madadala pa kahit saan....
bos may idea kapo ba kung magkano yung yamaha dd55/dd65?? yung medeli dd305 ay 8k po..
salamat boss...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 20, 2014, 02:26:24 PM
okey boss check kopo isa nadin po yan na nasa isip kona alternative bilhin na madadala pa kahit saan....
bos may idea kapo ba kung magkano yung yamaha dd55/dd65?? yung medeli dd305 ay 8k po..
salamat boss...

nasa 6.5k - 8k ang Secondhand ng DD55. 8k - 10k ang DD65 na secondhand depende sa condition.

Si DD305 ay 6.2k pag nakasale si TMS, or pag derecho cash ka. usually naman nagsasale sila kaso bilis maubusan ng stock. kakacheck ko lang at may stock sila. Personally, si DD305 parehas na parehas kay DD55.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on February 20, 2014, 04:05:26 PM
nasa 6.5k - 8k ang Secondhand ng DD55. 8k - 10k ang DD65 na secondhand depende sa condition.

Si DD305 ay 6.2k pag nakasale si TMS, or pag derecho cash ka. usually naman nagsasale sila kaso bilis maubusan ng stock. kakacheck ko lang at may stock sila. Personally, si DD305 parehas na parehas kay DD55.

sige po boss yung medeli nalang para po mura mura hehehe... maraming salamat boss..

baka po may mga nagbebenta dyang 2nd hand na medeli305 bilhin kona hehehe...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 20, 2014, 04:26:33 PM
sige po boss yung medeli nalang para po mura mura hehehe... maraming salamat boss..

baka po may mga nagbebenta dyang 2nd hand na medeli305 bilhin kona hehehe...

Bnew na bilin mo bradder para mas sure ka :) 6k lang naman eh hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on February 20, 2014, 09:25:10 PM
Bnew na bilin mo bradder para mas sure ka :) 6k lang naman eh hahaha

oo nga po eh.. kaso hindi papo ata sila sale ngayon eh... 10% palang po ata ngayon so 7.2k papo ngayon... hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on February 26, 2014, 12:42:18 PM
I normally record songs live directly to the Zoom R16. Kaya lang I feel the bass drum of the Roland TD11K lacks the low end  thump/thud that I like. Given that the TD11K's audio output is stereo L & R, what's the best compromise to go about it? EQ it out? Or do i have to really use a DAW na to get the specific midi notes and EQ the bass drum directly? I prefer sana to do it all via R16(digital recorder). What do you guys do in live recordings using your eDrum's audio instead of midi?


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 26, 2014, 01:23:15 PM
I normally record songs live directly to the Zoom R16. Kaya lang I feel the bass drum of the Roland TD11K lacks the low end  thump/thud that I like. Given that the TD11K's audio output is stereo L & R, what's the best compromise to go about it? EQ it out? Or do i have to really use a DAW na to get the specific midi notes and EQ the bass drum directly? I prefer sana to do it all via R16(digital recorder). What do you guys do in live recordings using your eDrum's audio instead of midi?


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Bro Erwin, are you looking for the OOMPH or rumble of the bassdrum? kung OO, im afraid you'd have to run that through an EQ. if its just the volume or the punch, there should be a setting in the Drum Module to alter the wave curve on how the pad triggers. My Medeli DD518DX has this capability and I switched the curve to EXP2 to get more punch and power from the kick.

Other than that, I would say you definitely need to run them in a VSTi. Drum Module Sounds do not even come ciose to the sounds you get from the VSTi's like EZDrummer and Superior Drummer. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on February 26, 2014, 01:31:16 PM

...Other than that, I would say you definitely need to run them in a VSTi. Drum Module Sounds do not even come ciose to the sounds you get from the VSTi's like EZDrummer and Superior Drummer. :)

Okaaaaay. Hehe. I think I really have to use VSTi's na nga. How's the latency? Is it usable in live applications?


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on February 26, 2014, 01:42:41 PM
Okaaaaay. Hehe. I think I really have to use VSTi's na nga. How's the latency? Is it usable in live applications?


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Yan ang problema latency! Try mo bro smallest buffer size setting na kaya ng PC mo. Last time kasi na gumamit ako ng VST plugin, dahil sa latency hindi talaga useful for live use eh. Naaalala ko 512 setting ko that time.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on February 26, 2014, 01:48:36 PM
Thanks for the tip. If latency still gets the better of me, what i could probably do is have the drummer monitor his playing via the in-board sounds of the drum module while simultaneously recording through DAW via USB. Then just run the drum recording via VSTi and sync it with the other recorded instruments. (Ang gulo ng sinabi ko. Hehe)


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 26, 2014, 01:55:49 PM
Thanks for the tip. If latency still gets the better of me, what i could probably do is have the drummer monitor his playing via the in-board sounds of the drum module while simultaneously recording through DAW via USB. Then just run the drum recording via VSTi and sync it with the other recorded instruments. (Ang gulo ng sinabi ko. Hehe)


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Brother, so far wala naman akong naeencounter na Latency issue while monitoring realtime :O check mo muna sa setting baka di lang optimally configured :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on February 26, 2014, 02:04:29 PM
Thanks for the tip. If latency still gets the better of me, what i could probably do is have the drummer monitor his playing via the in-board sounds of the drum module while simultaneously recording through DAW via USB. Then just run the drum recording via VSTi and sync it with the other recorded instruments. (Ang gulo ng sinabi ko. Hehe)


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Ganyan din ginawa ko before.

Brother, so far wala naman akong naeencounter na Latency issue while monitoring realtime :O check mo muna sa setting baka di lang optimally configured :)
Ichecheck ko nga ulit sa akin kapag nagkaroon ako ng project.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 26, 2014, 02:10:08 PM
Okaaaaay. Hehe. I think I really have to use VSTi's na nga. How's the latency? Is it usable in live applications?


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I use it to play alove live tracks bro, so far so good, Im using a dedicated interface, AUDIO KONTROL 1, so far instantaneous naman yung sound na nakukuha ko as I hit the pads from the VSTi.  I'm currently using EZDrummer btw.

also, my Laptop is an i7, turboboosted baka kaya niya kaya?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Digidog78 on February 26, 2014, 02:17:58 PM
Nakow paktay na. Core2Duo lang ito. High-end naman PC ko... 8 years ago. Hehehe. Pero for what its worth, I'll try it out. Thanks for all the tips!


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on February 26, 2014, 03:36:01 PM
kaya yan kung drum vst lang gagamitin mo
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 26, 2014, 04:06:35 PM
Nakow paktay na. Core2Duo lang ito. High-end naman PC ko... 8 years ago. Hehehe. Pero for what its worth, I'll try it out. Thanks for all the tips!


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as stated by sir peeves, siguro kung standalone na DrumVST lang, kaya pa nung Core2Duo :)

sarap lang ng nakai7 paps, I can monitor 8 tracks at once na VST heavy hahaha baka its tmie for a processor change! :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: IronCobra on March 01, 2014, 12:20:17 AM
yup ganun din. i asked roland support dati, sometimes kailangan mo na palitan yung rubber part called actuator kasi lubog na sya kaya di na maganda contact dun sa metal strip

This is the problem I'm encountering now. Sira na actuator ng FD-8 ko. Yupangco quoted me P2000 (Part + labor), problem is 45 days lead time. Any recommendation while I'm waiting for the parts? Matetengga TD-9KX ko pag ganito...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: late-great-debate on March 03, 2014, 06:11:14 AM

may roland PM series sir na compatible talaga for e-drums kaso may kamahalan. pwede ding keyboard amp kaso medyo may kamahalan din hehe. kung for practice or garage jam lang naman e pwede na ang powered speaker. by the way konzert speaker at konzert amp lang gamit ko at ok naman :)

Hi sirs, happy to find this forum and been backreading the rest of the morning. Active speaker or keyboard amp. Tagal ko na din gusto bumili ng amp. Will be using only for house. Ano po pweding i-suggest niyo sa mga ito, naguguluhan ako kasi ang cost nila is within my budget. Ang hanap ko kasi ay iung plug and play kasi di na man ako technically inclined. Mapalabas lang maayos ang sound, walang delay, volume is good and maikabit sa PC. Newbie po and using headphone only on a TD92 Ringway. Thanks sirs  :)

ROLAND PM-10
Peavey KB3
Berhinger KB4500, 9000
Behringer B112D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on March 03, 2014, 07:36:57 AM
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on March 03, 2014, 07:35:31 AM
Hi sirs, happy to find this forum and been backreading the rest of the morning. Active speaker or keyboard amp. Tagal ko na din gusto bumili ng amp. Will be using only for house. Ano po pweding i-suggest niyo sa mga ito, naguguluhan ako kasi ang cost nila is within my budget. Ang hanap ko kasi ay iung plug and play kasi di na man ako technically inclined. Mapalabas lang maayos ang sound, walang delay, volume is good and maikabit sa PC. Newbie po and using headphone only on a TD92 Ringway. Thanks sirs  :)

ROLAND PM-10
Peavey KB3
Berhinger KB4500, 9000
Behringer B112D
Go for Behringer B115d bro!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: late-great-debate on March 03, 2014, 07:55:53 AM
Go for Behringer B115d bro!


Thanks sa input sir! Leaning towards keyboard amp until i read about active speakers. I'll check this on a weekend.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on March 03, 2014, 08:00:44 AM

Thanks sa input sir! Leaning towards keyboard amp until i read about active speakers. I'll check this on a weekend.
ok naman keyboard amps pero sa presyo ng bnew kb3 na 100+ watts lang, makakabili ka na ng powered speaker na 400+watts
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: late-great-debate on March 03, 2014, 08:24:00 AM
Pabili na ako two weeks ago sir ng Berhinger KB buti na lang nag aalinlangan pa ako until kanina i found the forum kaninang umaga. Nadagdagan ng idea at pagpipilian, Peavey and active speaker. Tama kayo sir, sa presyo and with the same function that  i need, consider the wattage na. Ayaw ko na mag research until friday. Test ko itong B115D sa weekend. Pwede bang ikabit iung laptop sa second mic line in sir?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on March 03, 2014, 10:51:28 AM
Pwede bro. Bili ka lang ng TRS to RCA cable (marami sa ACE hardware) tapos bili ka na rin ng RCA to PL na converter then saksak mo sa input 2. Masmagaan pa B115d compared sa keyboard amp. Pwede pa nakaspeaker stand yung powered speaker
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: late-great-debate on March 03, 2014, 02:04:59 PM
Noted, bro. Maraming salamat.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bulog on March 07, 2014, 11:12:23 AM
Mga Sir query lang po,

I have a (shy) cheap RIngway TD82 e.drums.

Ok naman para sa akin ang mga default sound module nya, pinapadaan ko sa EQ ng mixer ko kaya sometimes natsambahan ko na ok tunog.

Now nung try ko using the usb connection, then using EZ drummer vst, iba po ang response ng palo.

I mean example po pag itinuro mo yung mouse sa snare then click it, ibang iba po sa sound na kapag pinalo po yung snare trigger ko. Parang muted yung sound, walang "sarap" factor.

Same po sa lahat ng sounds (bass, tom 1 & 2, floor tom...etc)

Bka po kaya di lang talaga compatible itong mga cheap e.drums?

I've watched a bunch of videos kung may mali sa setup ko...but tama naman po..kaso yun lang problem..."supot" yung tunog.

Kaya still Im using the default sounds nung module.

Any suggestions?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 07, 2014, 11:22:44 AM
Mga Sir query lang po,

I have a (shy) cheap RIngway TD82 e.drums.

Ok naman para sa akin ang mga default sound module nya, pinapadaan ko sa EQ ng mixer ko kaya sometimes natsambahan ko na ok tunog.

Now nung try ko using the usb connection, then using EZ drummer vst, iba po ang response ng palo.

I mean example po pag itinuro mo yung mouse sa snare then click it, ibang iba po sa sound na kapag pinalo po yung snare trigger ko. Parang muted yung sound, walang "sarap" factor.

Same po sa lahat ng sounds (bass, tom 1 & 2, floor tom...etc)

Bka po kaya di lang talaga compatible itong mga cheap e.drums?

I've watched a bunch of videos kung may mali sa setup ko...but tama naman po..kaso yun lang problem..."supot" yung tunog.

Kaya still Im using the default sounds nung module.

Any suggestions?

bro, try changing the Pad Sensitivity and Trigger Curve nung module mo para mas maging responsive. (kung kaya ni Ringway). nung una din kasi naging problem ko siya sa medeli, iba yung tunog sa VST compared pag hinataw ko yung drums. apparently it was just a sensitivity/velocity setting. try mo isagad muna then hanapin mo yung sweet sopt sa sensitivity nung triggers. hope this helps.

BTW, mas okay si superior drummer hahahaha!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bulog on March 07, 2014, 01:38:12 PM
bro, try changing the Pad Sensitivity and Trigger Curve nung module mo para mas maging responsive. (kung kaya ni Ringway). nung una din kasi naging problem ko siya sa medeli, iba yung tunog sa VST compared pag hinataw ko yung drums. apparently it was just a sensitivity/velocity setting. try mo isagad muna then hanapin mo yung sweet sopt sa sensitivity nung triggers. hope this helps.

BTW, mas okay si superior drummer hahahaha!

Thanks sa suggestion Sir Ralph,

Yes I think there is a pad sensitivity & curve sa Ringway...na-set ko sya but for itself...I'll try to set it for Ez drummer naman.

Ok Sir will try Superior Drummer....I'll contact Sir T for a copy hehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 07, 2014, 01:51:56 PM
Thanks sa suggestion Sir Ralph,

Yes I think there is a pad sensitivity & curve sa Ringway...na-set ko sya but for itself...I'll try to set it for Ez drummer naman.

Ok Sir will try Superior Drummer....I'll contact Sir T for a copy hehe

Yes bro. create a kit for the VSTi. sa Digital Drums ko I have a kit separate for playing on its own, and a kit set for playing with VSTs hahaha it might just work. :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jepus on March 07, 2014, 02:21:14 PM
ano po bang best affordable na e-drums na available po ngayon satin?  ^-^
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 07, 2014, 02:25:09 PM
ano po bang best affordable na e-drums na available po ngayon satin?  ^-^


depende kung ano ang definition mo ng Affordable. magkano ba ang expected budget mo sir?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jepus on March 07, 2014, 02:46:43 PM

depende kung ano ang definition mo ng Affordable. magkano ba ang expected budget mo sir?

hm.. 20k-25k
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 07, 2014, 03:03:01 PM
hm.. 20k-25k

Second hand ROLANDS or Bnew MEDELIs. though kung may makikita kang 2nd hand na Roland, go for this na. Mejo hindi ko kasi masyadong mapagkatiwalaan yung Ringway so I won't encourage this.

two cent.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jepus on March 07, 2014, 03:05:45 PM
Second hand ROLANDS or Bnew MEDELIs. though kung may makikita kang 2nd hand na Roland, go for this na. Mejo hindi ko kasi masyadong mapagkatiwalaan yung Ringway so I won't encourage this.

two cent.

anong gamit mo sir and how much yun?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 07, 2014, 03:13:25 PM
anong gamit mo sir and how much yun?

MEDELI DD518dx, PHP52,000 sa TMS sir.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on March 09, 2014, 06:14:02 AM
I'm not sure if this question is already asked in any way.. But I have a Roland TD4kp which I want to try to do a record on my laptop. I don't know what to do because of these factors:

1. I have 0(zero) knowledge in recording music  :cry:
2. I don't know which things to buy, like cables for example(I don't know how does interface works, even its meaning is mysterious to me:eek:)
3. Software to use and editing

I know its a lot to ask  :cry: but a few idea will surely get me a good head start. Thanks in advance! :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: alvinalvinalvin on March 10, 2014, 10:15:17 AM
@mrsticky

I also purchased recently a 2nd hand Roland TD-4 for our studio . Here are the things we used to record it.

Softwares
Cakewalk Sonar X2 with vst plugin of superior drummer 2.0

Hardware:
PC running core2quad with M-Audio Delta 1010lt sound card
Using a MIDI cable we connect the td-4 drum module to the MIDI-in of the delta 1010lt soundcard.

For further details you can search on youtube for superior dummer setup vids.
Hope that helps
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 10, 2014, 10:18:50 AM
I'm not sure if this question is already asked in any way.. But I have a Roland TD4kp which I want to try to do a record on my laptop. I don't know what to do because of these factors:

1. I have 0(zero) knowledge in recording music  :'(
2. I don't know which things to buy, like cables for example(I don't know how does interface works, even its meaning is mysterious to me:eek:)
3. Software to use and editing

I know its a lot to ask  :'( but a few idea will surely get me a good head start. Thanks in advance! O0

Hello Bro, here are some tips and pointers to get you started.

1. Learn how to use a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). There are loads of options to choose from, but for starters, I think it would be best to try REAPER as they have a 30 Day Free Trial Period.

2. Learn the Basics of your selected DAW. it's best to work with a DAW if you have a dedicated AUDIO INTERFACE so that you have better options for recording and monitoring. Doing these using your PC Soundcard may lead to undesirable results and difficulties.

3. Your TD4KP has a MIDI Out capability IIRC, so getting a MIDI2USB Cable (there are a lot of sellers here in PhilMusic.) would really help you out to get better sounds out of your DAW and VSTi. The Drum Module sounds are not good enough to be recorded. they still sound too digital. even if its a roland.

4. Get a VSTi. a VSTi is a Virtual Instrument that your Drum Kit will "Trigger" to get better sounds from. Do a youtube search for Superior Drummer or EZDrummer to hear the difference between a Module Sound Sample and a VST Sound Sample.

5. Everything you need to know to get started is on youtube. :)


I hope this helps you bro. There are a lot of guides out there that will be helpful to you. good luck!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on March 10, 2014, 07:46:15 PM
Quote
Hardware:
PC running core2quad with M-Audio Delta 1010lt sound card
Using a MIDI cable we connect the td-4 drum module to the MIDI-in of the delta 1010lt soundcard.

@alvinalvinalvin My laptop is running in intel core i3 at 1.33ghz and my sound or audio runs in realtek hd audio manager with dolby. I'm not pretty sure if this will do the trick for a simple recording. But your tips are much appreciated!  :mrgreen:

@ralph yes sir, your memory serves you right it has midi-out, so midi2usb cable is what i need. Nasa dubai kasi ako sir, di ko sure kung magkano ang cable na midi2usb but anyway titignan ko kung kakayanin, I'm going back in may anyway so kung mejo mahal dito baka jan na nga lang sa pinas.

yes the sounds are digital although natutune naman sya.

Thanks you a lot guys, at least I have a few idea now what to research and I'm starting to figure out now all your terminologies. hehehe! cheers!!  :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 11, 2014, 09:28:03 AM
@alvinalvinalvin My laptop is running in intel core i3 at 1.33ghz and my sound or audio runs in realtek hd audio manager with dolby. I'm not pretty sure if this will do the trick for a simple recording. But your tips are much appreciated!  :mrgreen:

@ralph yes sir, your memory serves you right it has midi-out, so midi2usb cable is what i need. Nasa dubai kasi ako sir, di ko sure kung magkano ang cable na midi2usb but anyway titignan ko kung kakayanin, I'm going back in may anyway so kung mejo mahal dito baka jan na nga lang sa pinas.

yes the sounds are digital although natutune naman sya.

Thanks you a lot guys, at least I have a few idea now what to research and I'm starting to figure out now all your terminologies. hehehe! cheers!!  :mrgreen:

Your current PC will work, but not as optimal as you'd like it to be. It'd be best to get an audio interface for proper monitoring. for starters, you can get asio4all (it's a software) so you can minimize the latency while recording.

THe MIDI2USB Cable usually costs around 1-2k here.

Let me know if I can help you with anything else :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on March 11, 2014, 04:44:18 PM
(http://i1360.photobucket.com/albums/r655/RCMusicEmporium/DSCN7873_zps3828ecb9.jpg?t=1394527299)

My new little corner of the Universe..

Made a box Using the box from the previous owners TD11 box..to custom fit the HD3 size wehn folded..punched a hole to slip the posts then covered it with denim during transport..


oh ano tera! Jamming na tayo!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jepus on March 13, 2014, 03:21:18 PM
saw a 2nd hand roland in Classified area. Roland V-drums HD1.. ano po ba pros and cons nito? better ba to get this or save more for a bit higher level?  :razz:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 13, 2014, 03:30:22 PM
saw a 2nd hand roland in Classified area. Roland V-drums HD1.. ano po ba pros and cons nito? better ba to get this or save more for a bit higher level?  :razz:

save up nalang for something better bro. I heard maraming issues to particular sa pedals. if you read back I think si Sir peeves mentioned that.

Also, yung pedals niya hindi talaga Basspedal, so no option to change the feel of the pedal and for double pedal. :|

pero siguro, panalo talaga siya sa portability. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dreddurius on March 13, 2014, 08:10:28 PM
Covered ba scalarizererist sa thread na ini? ehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on March 13, 2014, 08:13:44 PM
saw a 2nd hand roland in Classified area. Roland V-drums HD1.. ano po ba pros and cons nito? better ba to get this or save more for a bit higher level?  :razz:

save for higher level..HD3 user here...though it works fine for me, simple jams and noodling around...tama, very basic e kit siya..and iba yung feel ng bass drum at highat pedals...sanayan...if youre a serious drummer who wants to really push the limits..the hd1 aint for you...pero kung for kids and all around family and friend fun...ok na!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 14, 2014, 09:33:13 AM
Covered ba scalarizererist sa thread na ini? ehe


Eto nanaman tayo eh! =)) AHAHAHAHAHAHA
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dreddurius on March 14, 2014, 09:38:11 AM
Sori na pique lang curiosity ko sa kabilang thread tungkol dito eh, yung nakasalpak sa cymbals haha, akala ko paliliparin (mukhang kwitis eh)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: LUDWIG_LOUISE on March 14, 2014, 01:48:09 PM
Sori na pique lang curiosity ko sa kabilang thread tungkol dito eh, yung nakasalpak sa cymbals haha, akala ko paliliparin (mukhang kwitis eh)

hello papie mike... naguumpisa ka na naman dito.... whahahs
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dreddurius on March 14, 2014, 02:56:49 PM
Aylabyutu Ludwig hahahah
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: PermissionDenied on March 15, 2014, 01:56:50 AM
San kaya mga boss nakakabili ng midi cable ng medelli dd506?

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 17, 2014, 09:34:49 AM
San kaya mga boss nakakabili ng midi cable ng medelli dd506?

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Boss, AFAIK, may USB Port si MEDELI DD506 so mas madali gamiting yun kesa sa MIDI OUT. pero kung midi out talaga gusto mo, meron sa JB nung MAUDIO na MIDI2USB na cable. actually marami dito sa classifieds ng pro audio na nagbebenta nun. Check it out.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: PermissionDenied on March 17, 2014, 11:48:43 PM
Ahhh thanks thanks ralph!

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on March 28, 2014, 10:13:56 AM
i tried lots of kits today namely roland ones. The td11, td 11kv, td 30kv, yamaha 700 dtx with the silicone pads and zildjian gen 16 cymbals and hi hats.

I was mainly focused on the the td 11 and the td 11kv and yes really love the mesh pads on all the 11kvs. The sound modules sound great but the brush strokes dont register on the td 11s. I tried the 30 kv and that module was really nice and brush strokes work on that module Obviously due to price point.

So here is the plan. Get the td 11kv  and get a Gen16 hi hat and slowly upgrade the cymbals in the future. Get a cheap snare drum too so when practicing at night break out the original set then day time insert the acoustic snare for brushes (mainly interested on snare brush techniques lately)

By the way is the the Gen 16 compatible with the roland tds?

Drum GAS is awesome, i dont have any tinge of guilt....buying for my boys so we can all jam at home   :)

(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7255/13450746874_41c2e249ab_b.jpg) (http://www.flickr.com/photos/54980635@N02/13450746874/)
image (http://www.flickr.com/photos/54980635@N02/13450746874/) by Mark Espina (http://www.flickr.com/people/54980635@N02/), on Flickr
lil guy on the td30 kv....he loved the experience.

(http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7183/13450509213_f4d77c268d_b.jpg) (http://www.flickr.com/photos/54980635@N02/13450509213/)
image (http://www.flickr.com/photos/54980635@N02/13450509213/) by Mark Espina (http://www.flickr.com/people/54980635@N02/), on Flickr
on the td 11kv
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 28, 2014, 10:44:44 AM
i tried lots of kits today namely roland ones. The td11, td 11kv, td 30kv, yamaha 700 dtx with the silicone pads and zildjian gen 16 cymbals and hi hats.

I was mainly focused on the the td 11 and the td 11kv and yes really love the mesh pads on all the 11kvs. The sound modules sound great but the brush strokes dont register on the td 11s. I tried the 30 kv and that module was really nice and brush strokes work on that module Obviously due to price point.

So here is the plan. Get the td 11kv  and get a Gen16 hi hat and slowly upgrade the cymbals in the future. Get a cheap snare drum too so when practicing at night break out the original set then day time insert the acoustic snare for brushes (mainly interested on snare brush techniques lately)

By the way is the the Gen 16 compatible with the roland tds?

Drum GAS is awesome, i dont have any tinge of guilt....buying for my boys so we can all jam at home   :)

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lil guy on the td30 kv....he loved the experience.

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on the td 11kv

sorry bro, saang music store to?

anyway, to answer your question, the GEN16 cymbals from Zildjian come with a separate module so it'll be compatible naman with any DDrum Module.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on March 28, 2014, 11:04:28 AM
Compatible sya...thank you.

Sa Causeway Bay Times Square in HK, Parsons Music. Mostly Rolands. Sa Tom Lee TST you can try the flagship Yamaha and the Td30 kv side by side.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 28, 2014, 11:07:48 AM
Compatible sya...thank you.

Sa Causeway Bay Times Square in HK, Parsons Music. Mostly Rolands. Sa Tom Lee TST you can try the flagship Yamaha and the Td30 kv side by side.

kaya pala ang ganda ng music store. hahaha at pwede mag test ng DDRUMS hahahaa!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on March 28, 2014, 02:49:14 PM
Yup all floor models even the high end td30kv was not spared by my son. He bashed away with reckless abandon while I to bashed as hard as I can to see how loud the unit was acoustically. When I inquired if I bought the td11kv they said they have a new one on hand while Tom lee said 1 month wait for a TD 11.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 28, 2014, 02:53:05 PM
Yup all floor models even the high end td30kv was not spared by my son. He bashed away with reckless abandon while I to bashed as hard as I can to see how loud the unit was acoustically. When I inquired if I bought the td11kv they said they have a new one on hand while Tom lee said 1 month wait for a TD 11.

hayyyy nakakainggit naman ang service level ng music stores sa ibang bansa... sana ganyan na rin dito. hahahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on March 29, 2014, 06:43:19 AM
hayyyy nakakainggit naman ang service level ng music stores sa ibang bansa... sana ganyan na rin dito. hahahaha

Yup,kakagulat sa hk talaga ralph,
Alam ng gf ko di ko Siya papansinin sa tom lee ng Ilang oras,kaya Nag ikot Muna TST,hehe
May Roland din pala sa parsons,hehe


Yup all floor models even the high end td30kv was not spared by my son. He bashed away with reckless abandon while I to bashed as hard as I can to see how loud the unit was acoustically. When I inquired if I bought the td11kv they said they have a new one on hand while Tom lee said 1 month wait for a TD 11.


Bro? Are you based in hk? Sana inabutan mo Xmas sale ng tom lee,I think 25% off sa edrums,hehe
Did you try the new gen 16 cymbals?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on March 29, 2014, 10:33:39 AM
Gen 16 yes ser. Nakapasak sya sa yamaha ddrums and went back and forth sa roland cymbals at hi hats. Really nice those Gen 16s.

Really working out the budget hard to incorporate the gen 16 hi hat into our first kit.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on March 29, 2014, 10:47:37 AM
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bhadz on March 29, 2014, 04:31:17 PM
mga boss alam ko wrong timing po dito... kasi meron po akong roland td11k 2months old... baka meron gusto mkipag swap sa acoustic kit nila... basta po same value tayo nang kit ay okey na okey po ako... salamat po..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on March 29, 2014, 09:29:37 PM
Gen 16 yes ser. Nakapasak sya sa yamaha ddrums and went back and forth sa roland cymbals at hi hats. Really nice those Gen 16s.

Really working out the budget hard to incorporate the gen 16 hi hat into our first kit.


Ahh,hehe,swerte naman anak niyo,hehe.good for you

mga boss alam ko wrong timing po dito... kasi meron po akong roland td11k 2months old... baka meron gusto mkipag swap sa acoustic kit nila... basta po same value tayo nang kit ay okey na okey po ako... salamat po..

 I post mo classifies bro
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 31, 2014, 09:30:06 AM

Ahh,hehe,swerte naman anak niyo,hehe.good for you


My thoughts exactly. hahahahaha!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on March 31, 2014, 10:29:41 AM
My thoughts exactly. hahahahaha!

Paampon Tayo papi Ralph.hehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on March 31, 2014, 06:04:54 PM
life is short mga pre basta abangan na lang ang masterplan this year for my boys. Pati ako excited na rin. Hopefully mid-April.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on March 31, 2014, 06:20:34 PM
life is short mga pre basta abangan na lang ang masterplan this year for my boys. Pati ako excited na rin. Hopefully mid-April.


Aampunin mo na kami ni Ralph? Hehe,sige ipost mo na lang para mainggit kami,hehe,
I might get a job in hk pag palarin,so Papalo sa kit mo pag natuloy ako,hehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on April 01, 2014, 10:33:01 AM

Aampunin mo na kami ni Ralph? Hehe,sige ipost mo na lang para mainggit kami,hehe,
I might get a job in hk pag palarin,so Papalo sa kit mo pag natuloy ako,hehe

Pls tell me if aampunin mo na kami bro. aasikasuhin ko lang NSO ko =)) HAHAHAHAHA
keep us posted man! :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 02, 2014, 09:51:30 PM
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Papawis muna ngayong gabi
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on April 04, 2014, 11:26:23 PM
Pls tell me if aampunin mo na kami bro. aasikasuhin ko lang NSO ko =)) HAHAHAHAHA
keep us posted man! :D


Walang space pag nabili ko na yung drumset...sa fire escape baka pwede dun matulog:-P
Title: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: noliboy27 on April 07, 2014, 05:42:15 PM
Hi folks!

Just bought a ROLAND V-drum kit and I'm looking for an alternative to the 30W Roland V-drums amp as it is a little expensive.
Some say to get a 2nd hand keyboard amp as it can also double as a vocal amp, plus it can have more power than the 30W roland at half the price.

Any suggestions? Thanks!
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on April 07, 2014, 05:47:47 PM
Hi folks!

Just bought a ROLAND V-drum kit and I'm looking for an alternative to the 30W Roland V-drums amp as it is a little expensive.
Some say to get a 2nd hand keyboard amp as it can also double as a vocal amp, plus it can have more power than the 30W roland at half the price.

Any suggestions? Thanks!
Peavey KB115 bro. loved that amp. and it was really loud. =))
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: noliboy27 on April 07, 2014, 08:54:50 PM
Ok man thx. Il check it out:)
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: harugrugrug on April 08, 2014, 09:05:23 AM
Marshall half stock amps! Hehe,joking aside
My students prefer bass amps.got more oomph power.
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: Xelly on April 08, 2014, 09:41:24 AM
1 pair of 15' powered speakers bro. Stereo = win!
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on April 08, 2014, 09:57:56 AM
1 pair of 15' powered speakers bro. Stereo = win!
Pwede rin to! Samson AURO pwede na!
 
Marshall half stock amps! Hehe,joking aside
My students prefer bass amps.got more oomph power.

may pag ka ngongo kasi sa bass amp eh. lalo na pag maliliit. :|
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: noliboy27 on April 08, 2014, 10:29:29 AM
oo nga hindi defined sa bass amp. although pwede na.
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: harugrugrug on April 08, 2014, 09:28:15 PM
oo nga hindi defined sa bass amp. although pwede na.

Hehe! Talaria? Noob ako sa electronics hehe,pero my students got around 60watts,mga mayayaman naman sila e,hehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on April 18, 2014, 11:14:23 AM
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Its here!!   :mrgreen:

Man drum kicks are expensive. I could have bought a DD7 or a Tera Echo 2 for that tama kicks.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on April 18, 2014, 11:52:40 AM
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Its here!!   :mrgreen:

Man drum kicks are expensive. I could have bought a DD7 or a Tera Echo 2 for that tama kicks.

CONGRATS! sweeeeet looking mofo!

di ba nagrereklamo yung unit sa baba? the guy I bought my kit from told me, laging kumakatok yung at nagrereklamo yung kapitbahay niya sa baba..dahil sa pagstomp sa bass drum pedal..hehe yung sakin nilagyan ko nalang ng EVA foam mat...though di naman siya true action pedal..precaution nadin hehehe

HAPPY NEW EDRUM DAY!

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on April 19, 2014, 06:58:56 AM
Wow! Ampunin mo na kami bro! Oks lang sa fire escape,hehe,Oks na papeless ko,hehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on April 22, 2014, 09:50:12 AM
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Its here!!   :mrgreen:

Man drum kicks are expensive. I could have bought a DD7 or a Tera Echo 2 for that tama kicks.

What is nainggit ako =)) HAHAHAHAHAHA
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: powercharge on April 26, 2014, 11:40:44 AM
Ginawa ko a pair of Samson Auro D210. Stereo pa.  :-D
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: channel on April 29, 2014, 06:47:18 PM
Hi folks!

Just bought a ROLAND V-drum kit and I'm looking for an alternative to the 30W Roland V-drums amp as it is a little expensive.
Some say to get a 2nd hand keyboard amp as it can also double as a vocal amp, plus it can have more power than the 30W roland at half the price.

Any suggestions? Thanks!
magkano po ang budget?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: j3yps on May 11, 2014, 01:36:51 AM
Any bodu tried connecting your vdrums via recording interface using MIDI? I tried with mine kasi (TD9K) may problema yung sa hihats eh yung ibang notes (HH rim) hindi tumutunog sa interface. Even though nakikita naman na meron syang naititrigger.

I tried making the HH Head's note the same as the HH Rim's note. Minsan wala padin tunog yung sa rim.


BTW heres my chain

TD9K MIDI OUT to ProjectMix I/O MIDI IN. ProjectMix I/O to Logic Pro X via Firewire

Sent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on May 12, 2014, 11:12:57 AM
Wow! Ampunin mo na kami bro! Oks lang sa fire escape,hehe,Oks na papeless ko,hehe

halina kayo may space sa sofa he he.

Nga pala bakit may second input sa left cymbal pero kulsng na sa lead na galing sa module?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: 83jamster on June 18, 2014, 10:31:52 PM
Hello po  :-D . Napansin ko po kasi na di na naging sensitive yung pad ng snare sa electronic drums ko, so binuksan ko po at ito po nakita ko. Di na po nakadikit yung dalawa na metal. Tanong ko lang po kung ano po gagawin ko or saan ko po ibabalik yung mga metal. Medeli DD506 po yung model. Thank you PhilMusic!



(http://i1375.photobucket.com/albums/ag470/Jamo_Fevidal/IMG_20140616_214641_1_zpsfd19c0b0.jpg)  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kawayan_strat on June 18, 2014, 10:32:17 PM
Marami na din palang gitarista na drum enthusiast, pasali po.  :-D
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Title: Electric Drums Inquiry
Post by: jeck_six on July 11, 2014, 10:49:17 AM
My band mate uses a Yamaha DD-65 for our semi-acoustic band.

Tanong ko lang mga sir kung uubra ang acoustic-guitar amplifier  para sa electronic drums?

AFAIK, keyboard amplifier talaga dapat ang gamitin, just wondering if acoustic-guitar amp will do and what are CONS if it does.

For room practice lang, di kasi buo tunong kapag speaker lang mismo ng DD-65 ang gamit  :-D
Title: Re: Electric Drums Inquiry
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 11, 2014, 11:32:04 AM
My band mate uses a Yamaha DD-65 for our semi-acoustic band.

Tanong ko lang mga sir kung uubra ang acoustic-guitar amplifier  para sa electronic drums?

AFAIK, keyboard amplifier talaga dapat ang gamitin, just wondering if acoustic-guitar amp will do and what are CONS if it does.

For room practice lang, di kasi buo tunong kapag speaker lang mismo ng DD-65 ang gamit  :-D


better to use a bass amp to get the thud of the bass drum. pag acoustic guitar amp baka di macapture yung low frequencies ng bass drum. its either a Bass Amp, or a Keyboard amp. or best, Active Monitors. :D
Title: Re: Electric Drums Inquiry
Post by: sonicassault on July 11, 2014, 11:41:16 AM
Agree with the bass amp. You'd be surprised how a good bass amp can be a nice keyboard amp substitute!
Pag acoustic amp kasi walang bass masyado, and like electric guitar amps, colored din sya to some extent.

Title: Re: Electric Drums Inquiry
Post by: jeck_six on July 11, 2014, 02:09:58 PM
salamat mga sir  :wave:
Title: Re: Electric Drums Inquiry
Post by: Xelly on July 11, 2014, 02:52:20 PM

or best, Active Monitors. :D

+1

Ingat ka lang sa bass amp bro. Dapat full range speakers na bass amp. Meron kasing hindi fullrange tunog ngo-ngo kung gamitin sa e.drums
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jhaystrat on July 22, 2014, 02:44:02 PM
Hi Guys,

i'm considering selling one of my jazz bass to get a brand new kit. my budget is around 30k lang and I just checked TMS, 36k pala ung medeli dd506 ung DMlite naman walang bass drum kick pad.

Advise lang sana regarding this problem I have hehe

facts:
1. I am no drummer at all. have been a bassist (mediocre) for the longest time pero I have zero skills sa pag drums but I really want to learn.
2. Newly wed (soon to be dad) and barely have time to go out with friends to jam in studios like I used to kaya gusto ko ng bedroom equipment.

needs/wants:
1. gusto/kailangan ko ng edrums so I could learn silently without disturbing others.
2. balak ko lang mag play along, no recording muna or advanced stuff, just play drums that's it.
3. I think iba talaga ang feel ng acoustic set but I cannot afford the space and noise for now so edrums talaga ang choice. do you guys have any recommendations given my budget?
4. I do not know how to test. at all. kung pupunta man ako sa store hindi ko alam kung ano kailangan ko silipin para masabi na ok ang isang edrums. do you have like a set of criteria you look for edrums?
5. Is it a bad idea that I start in edrums rather than acoustic sets?
6. Is there any other equipment I need to purchase if balak ko lang naman is play along and learning basic drum patterns for the time being?

thanks in advance. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 22, 2014, 06:04:41 PM
Hi Guys,

i'm considering selling one of my jazz bass to get a brand new kit. my budget is around 30k lang and I just checked TMS, 36k pala ung medeli dd506 ung DMlite naman walang bass drum kick pad.

Advise lang sana regarding this problem I have hehe

facts:
1. I am no drummer at all. have been a bassist (mediocre) for the longest time pero I have zero skills sa pag drums but I really want to learn.
2. Newly wed (soon to be dad) and barely have time to go out with friends to jam in studios like I used to kaya gusto ko ng bedroom equipment.

needs/wants:
1. gusto/kailangan ko ng edrums so I could learn silently without disturbing others.
2. balak ko lang mag play along, no recording muna or advanced stuff, just play drums that's it.
3. I think iba talaga ang feel ng acoustic set but I cannot afford the space and noise for now so edrums talaga ang choice. do you guys have any recommendations given my budget?
4. I do not know how to test. at all. kung pupunta man ako sa store hindi ko alam kung ano kailangan ko silipin para masabi na ok ang isang edrums. do you have like a set of criteria you look for edrums?
5. Is it a bad idea that I start in edrums rather than acoustic sets?
6. Is there any other equipment I need to purchase if balak ko lang naman is play along and learning basic drum patterns for the time being?

thanks in advance. :)

I can't recommend specific models and brands, but do stay away from those Ringway ones. Also not the Roland TD-4KP, coz it feels like it's gonna break when you hit it.

4. IMO for the lower price ranges, there's really not much you can ask for, so there's not much to inspect in terms of features. You're basically talking durability here. It would be prudent if you ask if a bass drum pedal and drum throne is included. Most low-end e-drum kits don't include bass drum pedals and thrones, and that will cost a few more thousands. Things like dual/triple zone pads and MIDI out are present north of the 30K price range. Do take a listen for the onboard sounds. Iwasan ang masaydo tunog karaoke.

5. Not a bad start, since e-drums have really improved a lot, and response is more realistic. You'd have to unlearn bad habits though, mostly involving dynamics. While you have 255 levels of sensitivity for each e-drum, acoustic drums are much more dynamic, and even more sounds are available to the player just by changing dynamics. Also, you will miss the ride bell (a low-end e-drum kit doesn't have one: you'll have to hit the ride cymbal pad hard to get a bell sound). Upside of starting with e-drums: You won't be a heavy handed drummer. You'd be afraid to break your pads too early!

6. Quality drum sticks (ok na yung mga class A Vic Firth rejects sa JB at Lyric. Wag yung galing sa RJ) 7A size siguro. Headphones (cans or in-ears), or a small keyboard amplifier. If using headphones, probably a 1/8 jack extension to get the cables out of the way. Music stand. Malaking kumot na pantakip sa kit. Bass drum pedal and drum throne if not included.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 22, 2014, 09:00:47 PM
on the contrary, lahat halos ng kilala ko na nag edrums e mas lumalakas ang palo sa edrum kesa acoustic hehehe. me too.

td4 will not break kahit abusuhin mo. tried and tested.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 23, 2014, 01:18:46 AM
on the contrary, lahat halos ng kilala ko na nag edrums e mas lumalakas ang palo sa edrum kesa acoustic hehehe. me too.

td4 will not break kahit abusuhin mo. tried and tested.

Katotohanan!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jhaystrat on July 23, 2014, 08:28:30 AM
salamat sa reply mga boss, I guess di pa abot ang budget ko for a decent starter kit so I have to save up a bit pa. what can you guys say about medeli dd506?

hindi ko nga na take into account ung expenses for other accessories so would you guys think that I should have at least 40k on hand to be safe?

TIA
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 23, 2014, 09:08:06 AM
on the contrary, lahat halos ng kilala ko na nag edrums e mas lumalakas ang palo sa edrum kesa acoustic hehehe. me too.

td4 will not break kahit abusuhin mo. tried and tested.

Weirdo siguro ako, light ang palo ko sa edrums,
Siguro kasi takot ako masira  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on July 24, 2014, 02:40:48 AM
Weirdo siguro ako, light ang palo ko sa edrums,
Siguro kasi takot ako masira  :-D

depende sa e.drums bro. kapag Roland gamit mo, lalakas palo mo ng bahagya
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 24, 2014, 12:16:30 PM


ako lahat ng kakilala ko na sa edrums nagsimula mejo walang dynamics sa pagpalo at walang proper technique sa pagpalo ng cymbals. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 24, 2014, 06:53:41 PM
depende sa e.drums bro. kapag Roland gamit mo, lalakas palo mo ng bahagya

Siguro dahil sa mesh head? Yung pads ng Pearl medyo napapa lakas palo ko, but not by much. Di kasi nagkaka ghost note.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on July 28, 2014, 10:19:28 AM

ako lahat ng kakilala ko na sa edrums nagsimula mejo walang dynamics sa pagpalo at walang proper technique sa pagpalo ng cymbals. :)

Quite true, you need to give it a good consistent whack just to get a consistent bell sound on the cymbals. Soft cross stick is also a hit and miss.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 28, 2014, 10:29:21 AM
Quite true, you need to give it a good consistent whack just to get a consistent bell sound on the cymbals. Soft cross stick is also a hit and miss.

true. kaya i feel na starting drummer need to learn on an acoustic kit. hahaha para sa mga intermediate na ang e-kit na kailangan ng minimal noise.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 28, 2014, 12:17:34 PM
Putik, may nagbebenta ng murang used Roland TD-4KP  dito....huhuhu...parang gusto ko iskorin...kaso parang mas gusto ko yung compactness ng HD-3 kahit low tech..pang bata at di masyadong komplikado..
watcha think guys?

(http://www.musikmachen.de/var/musikmachen/storage/images/tests/roland-td-4kp-v-drums-portable-e-drumkit/fotostrecke-roland-td-4kp-v-drums-portable/roland-td-4kp/8910491-1-ger-DE/Roland-TD-4KP.jpg)

Vs.

(http://www.dv247.fr/assets/products/93710_l.jpg)

madali lang naman mabenta yung hd 3 kaso..di ko alam kailan ko maimove... budget wise kaya naman iskorin agad yung TD4kp... 

yortots? though nakakatempt yung real bass drum pedal feel sa td 4...hmmmm matext nga seller..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 28, 2014, 12:29:51 PM
Putik, may nagbebenta ng murang used Roland TD-4KP  dito....huhuhu...parang gusto ko iskorin...kaso parang mas gusto ko yung compactness ng HD-3 kahit low tech..pang bata at di masyadong komplikado..
watcha think guys?

(http://www.musikmachen.de/var/musikmachen/storage/images/tests/roland-td-4kp-v-drums-portable-e-drumkit/fotostrecke-roland-td-4kp-v-drums-portable/roland-td-4kp/8910491-1-ger-DE/Roland-TD-4KP.jpg)

Vs.

(http://www.dv247.fr/assets/products/93710_l.jpg)

madali lang naman mabenta yung hd 3 kaso..di ko alam kailan ko maimove... budget wise kaya naman iskorin agad yung TD4kp... 

yortots? though nakakatempt yung real bass drum pedal feel sa td 4...hmmmm matext nga seller..

TD4KP hands down. at least replaceable ang bassdrum. yung HD3 mejo rockband ang dating eh.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 28, 2014, 12:33:02 PM
TD4KP hands down. at least replaceable ang bassdrum. yung HD3 mejo rockband ang dating eh.

thanks ralph...talking to the seller now...lets see...for the portablity and yung console definitely better choice...medyo nachecheapn lang ako sa materials ng td4...hopefully i can sell my hd3 asap..
lets see..wish me luck..

HD3
Weight : 14.5 kg
32 lbs.

TD4

Weight 12.5 kg27 lbs. 9 oz.


2 kilos lighter! uyyyyyyyyyyy! GAS increased!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on July 28, 2014, 12:45:18 PM
Real bass drum feel would be a good selling point,napansin ko students ko galing ekit
E malakas ang kamay,pero paa pang jazz,wala Ka madinig. :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 28, 2014, 01:01:40 PM
Real bass drum feel would be a good selling point,napansin ko students ko galing ekit
E malakas ang kamay,pero paa pang jazz,wala Ka madinig. :eek:

im sooo gassed up right now! no bag no bass drum pedal daw..pero good price naman...what about yung bounce ng rubber pad vs yung soft bounce ng hd3 medyo tinatamad pa kasi ako ilako yung hd3 haha  pero really gassed up with this...hopefully di ako tamarin lakarin tong deal na to...

ok ba yung console ng td4?  sulit bs talaga siya sa computing power?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 28, 2014, 01:35:50 PM
E malakas ang kamay,pero paa pang jazz,wala Ka madinig. :eek:

nakakatakot kaya mag-heel up sa e-kit! parang mababali yung bass pad eh. yung weighted lang siguro pwede pa.  :|
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 28, 2014, 01:47:17 PM


yung sa HD3 tingin ko di kaya ng slide technique jan. or mauuna masira yung pedal HAHAHAHA pero ewan ko, first look lang naman. baka matibay naman pala talaga =))
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 28, 2014, 02:10:25 PM
iniisip ko..baka nakakamiss pumalo sa mesh head sa snare especially yung mga rim shots...Im pretty happy with the hd3 for home use and for the kiddo (hard rock kit lang naman ginagamit ko).. and nakita ko kasi yung plasticky material ng td4 eh...parang yung mga bagong CUBE GX, parang di masyadong ok yung materials..
as for the drum module..for sure mas ok padin yung sa td4.....baka palipasin ko nalang to...it would be totally cool though..anyway I better sleep on it muna...medyo na GAS ako kanina ng sobra..haha

thanks guys for the input...basa basa muna ako ng info and specs
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 28, 2014, 03:09:36 PM
iniisip ko..baka nakakamiss pumalo sa mesh head sa snare especially yung mga rim shots...Im pretty happy with the hd3 for home use and for the kiddo (hard rock kit lang naman ginagamit ko).. and nakita ko kasi yung plasticky material ng td4 eh...parang yung mga bagong CUBE GX, parang di masyadong ok yung materials..
as for the drum module..for sure mas ok padin yung sa td4.....baka palipasin ko nalang to...it would be totally cool though..anyway I better sleep on it muna...medyo na GAS ako kanina ng sobra..haha

thanks guys for the input...basa basa muna ako ng info and specs

yun lang, iba ang mesh head. hahaha pero iba din ang real bass drum pedal. para sakin mas bigger factor si real bass pedal.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on July 28, 2014, 03:56:59 PM
yun lang, iba ang mesh head. hahaha pero iba din ang real bass drum pedal. para sakin mas bigger factor si real bass pedal.

thanks uli ralph...will seriously think this through...got a bit too gassed up kanina...hehe
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: easusmena on August 05, 2014, 08:44:24 PM
Gamit namin 1 pair ng b3 u15a at spl 18 active subwoofer
Title: Re: Good amp for ROLAND V-drums
Post by: Xelly on August 06, 2014, 01:41:04 AM
 
Gamit namin 1 pair ng b3 u15a at spl 18 active subwoofer
:drool:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: hida_berserker on November 29, 2014, 08:24:07 AM
13th month pay pasok na. YAHU! Ano bang magandang bilhin na roland/yamaha vdrums na tried and tested na mga boss - 40 - 50k budget. Or kung naka try na kayo ng mas maganda sa ROland also open to better and bang for the buck suggestions around that budget.

In addition, meron din kasi akong double peds di ko magamit gamit. Hopefully magamit ko with the new vdrums na bibilhin. Any thoughts? http://pearldrum.com/products/hardware/drum-pedals/powershifter-eliminator I bought the double peds but not really into metal drumming now, more in pinangsisingit singit ko lang yung double peds pag nag s sticking at practice.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 01, 2014, 09:57:26 AM
13th month pay pasok na. YAHU! Ano bang magandang bilhin na roland/yamaha vdrums na tried and tested na mga boss - 40 - 50k budget. Or kung naka try na kayo ng mas maganda sa ROland also open to better and bang for the buck suggestions around that budget.

In addition, meron din kasi akong double peds di ko magamit gamit. Hopefully magamit ko with the new vdrums na bibilhin. Any thoughts? http://pearldrum.com/products/hardware/drum-pedals/powershifter-eliminator I bought the double peds but not really into metal drumming now, more in pinangsisingit singit ko lang yung double peds pag nag s sticking at practice.

roland td11 lang pasok sa budget mo kung sale sa yupangco
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on December 01, 2014, 10:16:06 AM
13th month pay pasok na. YAHU! Ano bang magandang bilhin na roland/yamaha vdrums na tried and tested na mga boss - 40 - 50k budget. Or kung naka try na kayo ng mas maganda sa ROland also open to better and bang for the buck suggestions around that budget.

In addition, meron din kasi akong double peds di ko magamit gamit. Hopefully magamit ko with the new vdrums na bibilhin. Any thoughts? http://pearldrum.com/products/hardware/drum-pedals/powershifter-eliminator I bought the double peds but not really into metal drumming now, more in pinangsisingit singit ko lang yung double peds pag nag s sticking at practice.

TD11 lang ata ang kaya paps. pwede pwede na naman yun.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on December 01, 2014, 10:50:55 AM
Roland TD-4KP..

naku po!! may nagooffer uli sakin na presyong adik!! grrrrr...sarap sana i-go to!!! haha first time, pinalipas ko..this time kaya..hmmm..

pang palit sa hd3..though,  I really love the simplicity and compactness of the hd3...

kakatempt!!! :lol:

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 01, 2014, 10:54:31 AM
replace the hd3

iba talaga pag td4/td11 vs hd3. andun din naman basic sounds ng hd3 pero customizable yung parameters.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on December 01, 2014, 11:02:34 AM
replace the hd3

iba talaga pag td4/td11 vs hd3. andun din naman basic sounds ng hd3 pero customizable yung parameters.

thanks Peeves!!

sige, sige..try ko check out to!  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on December 01, 2014, 04:37:38 PM
yung mga gusto magdagdag or uprgade ng triggers diyan may binebenta ako roland PD8, PD100, CY12cr and KD7 :) PM me if interested nawala ad ko dito sa pm :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on December 01, 2014, 05:34:09 PM
yung mga gusto magdagdag or uprgade ng triggers diyan may binebenta ako roland PD8, PD100, CY12cr and KD7 :) PM me if interested nawala ad ko dito sa pm :)

Ngaarrr!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on December 02, 2014, 10:35:24 AM
naunahan yata ako..haha oh well..next time..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on December 14, 2014, 08:45:41 AM
I noticed ang bilis mapudpud yung rubber hi hats tsaka cymbals Kung saan tumatama. I play but not that often play as much as I want. Am I using the wrong sticks, too robust or am I hitting it too hard or it's just normal.

Looking at the hi hat pads by the rate of it parang half year na lang sya and it would look like gibbious moon.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on December 15, 2014, 10:26:03 AM
I noticed ang bilis mapudpud yung rubber hi hats tsaka cymbals Kung saan tumatama. I play but not that often play as much as I want. Am I using the wrong sticks, too robust or am I hitting it too hard or it's just normal.

Looking at the hi hat pads by the rate of it parang half year na lang sya and it would look like gibbious moon.

Ano e.drums mo bro?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on December 17, 2014, 07:58:55 AM
Roland td11 pre. Lalo na yung hi hat talagang naiipon yung mga fibers na natatanggal sa snare drum.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on December 17, 2014, 08:26:02 AM
Roland td11 pre. Lalo na yung hi hat talagang naiipon yung mga fibers na natatanggal sa snare drum.

Acoustic snare drum gamit mo bro? How frequent gamit mo sa TD11? Inaabot ka ba ng ilang oras daily?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pallas on December 17, 2014, 06:40:58 PM
Drumheads are fine. It's the hi hat rubber pads getting worn down.
Playing time I'd be lucky to have 45 minutes everyday.
More like 5 songs max.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on December 17, 2014, 07:09:37 PM
Drumheads are fine. It's the hi hat rubber pads getting worn down.
Playing time I'd be lucky to have 45 minutes everyday.
More like 5 songs max.

Yung sticks mo bro smooth ba?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 18, 2014, 10:44:39 AM
pics
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on February 08, 2015, 03:50:26 PM
been a while... magbabalik loob lang mga ka PD :)

Here's my current kit :)
(http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/g0d5_g1ft/20140904_204600_zps06a4b27c.jpg)

mesh head upgrades:
(http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/g0d5_g1ft/20140913_112720_zps19ed9aee.jpg)


Mahirap maging ofw hehehe bawal ang maingay dito sa bansa na ito... kung kelan may pambili na ng starclassic saka naman hindi makabili lol
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on February 15, 2015, 11:33:48 PM
(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/02/15/5ef3652e8960073e754e6af0ffe35d4e.jpg)

This is an old TD3 with Zildjian Gen16 Cymbals upgrade
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jaredamoroso on February 23, 2015, 10:38:00 PM
Don't know if OT, pero, where can I buy a hi-hat pedal switch for my Roland TD-4K?  Nasira na e. Thanks in advance!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: rhina1986 on February 25, 2015, 02:41:56 AM
Good day ka philmusic. Im planning to buy this kit Roland td-1k  and this is the first time na gagamit ako ng electronic drums. ofw kasi ako at ngrrent ng maliit na apartment. I need your suggestions About this kit. TIA (http://i1379.photobucket.com/albums/ah142/vumandap/Mobile%20Uploads/2014-0901-roland-tdk1-800_zpsamb4u2bm.jpg) (http://s1379.photobucket.com/user/vumandap/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2014-0901-roland-tdk1-800_zpsamb4u2bm.jpg.html)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 26, 2015, 02:04:23 PM
Good day ka philmusic. Im planning to buy this kit Roland td-1k  and this is the first time na gagamit ako ng electronic drums. ofw kasi ako at ngrrent ng maliit na apartment. I need your suggestions About this kit. TIA (http://i1379.photobucket.com/albums/ah142/vumandap/Mobile%20Uploads/2014-0901-roland-tdk1-800_zpsamb4u2bm.jpg) (http://s1379.photobucket.com/user/vumandap/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2014-0901-roland-tdk1-800_zpsamb4u2bm.jpg.html)


hanggang diyan nalang ba talaga ang badget bro? di kaya mag td11? mejo mukhang flimsy kasi yung construction nito.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on February 26, 2015, 02:34:27 PM
or at least td4kp
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on March 09, 2015, 08:43:10 AM
Hi folks,

Im planning to buy my first ekit. Because of that dang ez drummer. Need your thoughts.

As for first timer, im considering an Alesis DM6 or DM7 that I saw online. And I noticed oks naman sya with Ezdrummer, anyone here na naka gamit ng exact model?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 09, 2015, 09:50:44 AM
Hi folks,

Im planning to buy my first ekit. Because of that dang ez drummer. Need your thoughts.

As for first timer, im considering an Alesis DM6 or DM7 that I saw online. And I noticed oks naman sya with Ezdrummer, anyone here na naka gamit ng exact model?

okay naman si alesis pero kung yung "real" heads na alesis yung kukunin mo, mejo maingay siya. kung condo ka, irereklamo ka parin hahahaha. so you might wanna try the mesh mod. si gods_gift, ginawa niya yung mesh mod. might wanna ask from him :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on March 09, 2015, 11:03:30 AM
Sa apartment lang sir, but I usually record stuff at night. Hopefully he will reply. Nakagamiy na ko ng roland, i forgot what model, pero yun talaga napaka tahimik ng mesh. But feels real.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 09, 2015, 11:17:49 AM
Sa apartment lang sir, but I usually record stuff at night. Hopefully he will reply. Nakagamiy na ko ng roland, i forgot what model, pero yun talaga napaka tahimik ng mesh. But feels real.


yun bro, if you can spare a little more, go for the mesh heads na roland. mas solid din si roland eh. alesis is a glorified medeli kasi. apparently, medeli makes the triggers for them.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on March 09, 2015, 11:21:10 AM
(http://www.pmtonline.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/1000x1000/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/r/o/roland-td4kp-portable-drumset_1/pmtonline-roland-st98304-32.jpg)

Id rather get this model...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on March 09, 2015, 01:04:02 PM
(http://www.pmtonline.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/1000x1000/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/r/o/roland-td4kp-portable-drumset_1/pmtonline-roland-st98304-32.jpg)

Id rather get this model...

Its compact pero cant use a double pedal with a
batter that size. Though pde naman gamitin yung hi hat as
Second kick pedal, but I still need to have the hats
seperate.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: popsicle on March 13, 2015, 11:26:19 AM
Kamusta Pinoydrums. It's been a while since my last post. Mag-iisang taon na kami dito sa OZ at mag-iisang taon narin ako hindi nakakapalo. Dahil medyo nakakaluwag-luwag na, eto nakabili rin ng e-kit sa wakas! Wala pang space para sa acoustic kit kaya e-kit muna. Share ko lang. Roland TD-11K naka tiyempo pa ako ng sale sa isang shop dito. Ayun! Galit si misis. Haha.  :-D Yung kick pedal pinadala ko papunta dito galing sa Pinas. Hehe.

(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u196/mekok_17/First%20E-Kit/49A8F576-B5C3-406C-B3D9-568FE1D25AC0_zpstcvu0cyz.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u196/mekok_17/First%20E-Kit/9E603CE7-FA67-42D2-9C0A-5D23A094F158_zpsemsfihte.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 13, 2015, 11:44:05 AM
Kamusta Pinoydrums. It's been a while since my last post. Mag-iisang taon na kami dito sa OZ at mag-iisang taon narin ako hindi nakakapalo. Dahil medyo nakakaluwag-luwag na, eto nakabili rin ng e-kit sa wakas! Wala pang space para sa acoustic kit kaya e-kit muna. Share ko lang. Roland TD-11K naka tiyempo pa ako ng sale sa isang shop dito. Ayun! Galit si misis. Haha.  :-D Yung kick pedal pinadala ko papunta dito galing sa Pinas. Hehe.

(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u196/mekok_17/First%20E-Kit/49A8F576-B5C3-406C-B3D9-568FE1D25AC0_zpstcvu0cyz.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u196/mekok_17/First%20E-Kit/9E603CE7-FA67-42D2-9C0A-5D23A094F158_zpsemsfihte.jpg)

nice! :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on March 13, 2015, 03:32:41 PM
Kamusta Pinoydrums. It's been a while since my last post. Mag-iisang taon na kami dito sa OZ at mag-iisang taon narin ako hindi nakakapalo. Dahil medyo nakakaluwag-luwag na, eto nakabili rin ng e-kit sa wakas! Wala pang space para sa acoustic kit kaya e-kit muna. Share ko lang. Roland TD-11K naka tiyempo pa ako ng sale sa isang shop dito. Ayun! Galit si misis. Haha.  :-D Yung kick pedal pinadala ko papunta dito galing sa Pinas. Hehe.

(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u196/mekok_17/First%20E-Kit/49A8F576-B5C3-406C-B3D9-568FE1D25AC0_zpstcvu0cyz.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u196/mekok_17/First%20E-Kit/9E603CE7-FA67-42D2-9C0A-5D23A094F158_zpsemsfihte.jpg)

bango ng fresh out of the box electronic smell!! mmmmmmmmmmm  :wink:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Kennyadry on March 19, 2015, 11:21:36 PM
Please help, anybody knows LA DRUMS? I have a chance of buying one, does somebody had experience trying this one?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 20, 2015, 10:17:57 AM
Please help, anybody knows LA DRUMS? I have a chance of buying one, does somebody had experience trying this one?


save a little more. these are not good at all. flimsy hardware, sounds are crap, and it feels that it will breakdown if you hit it hard. :( ipon pa ng onti for medeli or roland.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on March 20, 2015, 10:57:33 AM
Did some scouting and found sa medelli dm7 for 25k and a roland td4 for 35k.

Alin ang mas sulit? Parehong brand new condition.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 21, 2015, 12:23:24 PM
roland always
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on March 23, 2015, 10:47:09 AM
Did some scouting and found sa medelli dm7 for 25k and a roland td4 for 35k.

Alin ang mas sulit? Parehong brand new condition.

always the roland.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on March 23, 2015, 11:01:59 AM
of course, roland..

-plus higher resale value if you decide to sell and upgrade..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on March 23, 2015, 12:43:07 PM
The kit just got sold. Sayang. Naunahan
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on March 29, 2015, 03:37:07 PM
magandang hapon po. naginquire kasi ako yamaha kahapon ng roland td15kv. ano po masasabi nyo? kakagraduate ko kasi ng medschool e yun pinili kong grad gift. kaso gusto ko sana yung td30.. tas lagyan ko ng zildjian gen16.. first time ko sa electric drums. panu puba icocompare?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on March 29, 2015, 08:33:56 PM
magandang hapon po. naginquire kasi ako yamaha kahapon ng roland td15kv. ano po masasabi nyo? kakagraduate ko kasi ng medschool e yun pinili kong grad gift. kaso gusto ko sana yung td30.. tas lagyan ko ng zildjian gen16.. first time ko sa electric drums. panu puba icocompare?

Winner ang TD15kv bro!!! Congrats!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 30, 2015, 07:27:44 AM
no comparison sa td15 vs td30. td30 will always win, buy td30 because it seems you can afford it
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on March 30, 2015, 10:35:00 AM
6months pa daw ksi yung td30 at wla pa daw pong price.  Tska ano po marerecommend nyong amplifier po?  Balak ko din gamitin pang recording po.. kc 350 kasi nirecommend nila,  e wala Naman Ako alam sa mga. Amps po. ano po maganda?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 30, 2015, 10:40:23 AM
any keyboard amp will do.

o kaya invest ka na lang sa studio reference quality na headphone
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on March 30, 2015, 10:41:17 AM
Kaso gusto ko din kasi yung madaling dalhin kahit san..  e yung td30 toxic ata masyado..  mganda. Din ba td15kv pang recording?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 30, 2015, 11:01:40 AM
oh well. td15 = very good. kahit td11.

td30 will still be lighter than bringing your acoustic kit  :-D

kung pang recording, td30 will offer you multitrack outputs.

td11 at td15 e stereo out lang pero ang workaround naman e gamitin yung midi output tapos use drum vst, mas flexible sa tunog yun pero syempre you need gear like a dedicated recording interface to minimize latency. suma total, mas mura pa rin tong option na to kesa td30.

if i can afford it, td30 talaga bibilin ko. its the closest feeling electronic drum to an acoustic kit. you'll never know what you're missing until you try it. go to tomlee hk, get the td30 there.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ruzzty06 on March 31, 2015, 09:50:56 AM
Pa Help po. I want to buy a low budget electronic drums. Gusto ko sana ung Ringway TD92. Tapos ung kilala ko may bnebenta old Alesis DM4, mas mababa price. ANu kaya mas ok sa 2? Salamat!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on March 31, 2015, 10:38:00 AM
Sir sobrang gnda kasi offer ng yamaha from 195k naging 137k nlng may amp nadin ako Na kc 350 kasama na td15kv...  good. Buy napo Yun?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on March 31, 2015, 10:40:52 AM
How much puba yun td30?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on March 31, 2015, 09:52:31 PM
sir ask lang po which is better for drum speaker, a keyboard amp or an active speaker?

nasa 15k lang kasi or lower ang budget ko, I'm not sure which brand din to use and the wattage.

I'm not getting big help from those sales clerk sa music stores eh. thanks!!

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 01, 2015, 09:22:34 AM
How much puba yun td30?

basta mahal dito pero 7500us dollars for the whole setup


sir ask lang po which is better for drum speaker, a keyboard amp or an active speaker?

nasa 15k lang kasi or lower ang budget ko, I'm not sure which brand din to use and the wattage.

I'm not getting big help from those sales clerk sa music stores eh. thanks!!



keyboard amp syempre. more controls, has eq.

ok lang din powered speaker at sapat na yung budget mo para sa isang piraso na samson auro 12"
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on April 01, 2015, 04:06:53 PM
Sir sobrang gnda kasi offer ng yamaha from 195k naging 137k nlng may amp nadin ako Na kc 350 kasama na td15kv...  good. Buy napo Yun?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on April 01, 2015, 04:28:25 PM
Thanks sir peeves. Kung mas ok pala keyboard amp pasok dn sa budget ung laney sa jb. :money:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on April 01, 2015, 05:05:25 PM
Sir sobrang gnda kasi offer ng yamaha from 195k naging 137k nlng may amp nadin ako Na kc 350 kasama na td15kv...  good. Buy napo Yun?

Very good buy na yun bro!! Sobrang ganda tumunog ng TD15kv lalu na't sa KC350 mo papatunugin!!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powercharge on April 03, 2015, 11:59:56 AM
(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/04/02/b0809addf40ea4b74e53607139f1f00e.jpg)

Tried almost all models of Roland and Yamaha in this store. TD30 is definitely the best but I am happy with TD11 and TD15.

Best place to buy is either at Tom Lee HK or Ishibashi in Japan.

(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/04/02/543f7edb9f1b9ba499571ea8d3cb7531.jpg)

(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/04/02/a6a6b6e31dc6ecee34e769818c28147c.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on April 03, 2015, 04:03:17 PM
(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/04/02/b0809addf40ea4b74e53607139f1f00e.jpg)

Tried almost all models of Roland and Yamaha in this store. TD30 is definitely the best but I am happy with TD11 and TD15.

Best place to buy is either at Tom Lee HK or Ishibashi in Japan.

(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/04/02/543f7edb9f1b9ba499571ea8d3cb7531.jpg)

(http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/04/02/a6a6b6e31dc6ecee34e769818c28147c.jpg)

WAAAAAWWWW!!!
Problema lang nito sir kung paano ipapadala to PH. :?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on April 03, 2015, 11:54:15 PM
tom lee is nearer,hehe,just hide it to the customs so you wont pay taxes,hahaah
get a big luggage so it could fit there.goodluck,hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 04, 2015, 08:16:00 AM
dagdag ko lang din sa isang reklamo ko sa roland vh11 hihat: chunky masyado at di maganda gamitin kung sa edge ka pumapalo. kahit yung hihat sa td30 ganun din problema. doesnt feel right and forces you to hit the top cymbal unnaturally because you dont play the hihat that way. pangit din foot splash nya. walang sinabi sa hihat controller ng yamaha which actually plays and feels like a real hihat.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: conscript07 on April 09, 2015, 01:23:53 PM
Good morning po, hingi po sana ako ng advice para sa kik-pad ng roland TD15KV ang galaw po kasi, bumili ako ng rubber matte, per gumagalaw padin po.. tas yung iron cobra double peds ko hindi ko din po ma stable. panu puba mag setup ng pedal dun ng maganda?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 09, 2015, 11:04:42 PM
gamitin mo yung spikes ng pedal at nung kick pad
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 13, 2015, 04:11:16 AM
Hi po newbie here, hinge po sana ako advice or feedback kung meron po ba dito sa forum na nakagamit na ng Roland CM220 or Roland CM110. Gusto ko sana i.amplify ung Roland TD15kv ko for everyday use at para maka jam sa bandmates ko. Ask ko lng po kung enough na po ba ung CM110 or kung ung CM220 overkill naman para sa kanila. Thank you po sa magiging comment nyo. God bless!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 16, 2015, 07:52:44 AM
Good day po mga Sir,..ano po masasabi nyo sa bagong Roland Vdrums na Roland TD25KV/K? kakabili ko lng kc last year ng td15kv...prang sayang lng kabibili ko lng tapos discontinued na agad...mas worthy ba ibenta yung td15 module then ipalit ng td25? :?

https://www.facebook.com/RolandCorpUS/videos/vb.72272268297/10153861077898298/?type=2&theater (https://www.facebook.com/RolandCorpUS/videos/vb.72272268297/10153861077898298/?type=2&theater)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 16, 2015, 07:59:09 AM
Good day po mga Sir,..ano po masasabi nyo sa bagong Roland Vdrums na Roland TD25KV/K? kakabili ko lng kc last year ng td15kv...prang sayang lng kabibili ko lng tapos discontinued na agad...mas worthy ba ibenta yung td15 module then ipalit ng td25? :?

https://www.facebook.com/RolandCorpUS/videos/vb.72272268297/10153861077898298/?type=2&theater (https://www.facebook.com/RolandCorpUS/videos/vb.72272268297/10153861077898298/?type=2&theater)

sayang kung papalitan mo agad yung td15. yung sounds naman ng roland hindi nagbabago ng drastic between upgrades. upgraded cymbal pads lang naman yung major improvement vs td15.

Hi po newbie here, hinge po sana ako advice or feedback kung meron po ba dito sa forum na nakagamit na ng Roland CM220 or Roland CM110. Gusto ko sana i.amplify ung Roland TD15kv ko for everyday use at para maka jam sa bandmates ko. Ask ko lng po kung enough na po ba ung CM110 or kung ung CM220 overkill naman para sa kanila. Thank you po sa magiging comment nyo. God bless!

bitin ka pareho dyan sa power and to be honest, pangit tunog nila pareho - compared against keyboard amps and powered speakers.

bili ka na lang ng powered speakers kung gusto mo gamitin sa jam, check mo samson auro 12 for best for the buck. pwede yung 10" auro kung medyo maliit habol mo pero konti lang price difference nya sa 12".
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 16, 2015, 08:42:30 AM
sayang kung papalitan mo agad yung td15. yung sounds naman ng roland hindi nagbabago ng drastic between upgrades. upgraded cymbal pads lang naman yung major improvement vs td15.

bitin ka pareho dyan sa power and to be honest, pangit tunog nila pareho - compared against keyboard amps and powered speakers.

bili ka na lang ng powered speakers kung gusto mo gamitin sa jam, check mo samson auro 12 for best for the buck. pwede yung 10" auro kung medyo maliit habol mo pero konti lang price difference nya sa 12".

Salamat sa advice Sir, syang din ung vex evo ko dun kc ganda ng tunog...nkakapanlumo lng isipin akala ko magiging obsolete na agad ung td15..somehow nkita ko rin po sir na aside sa new look ng module then upgraded cymbal pads bale ung extra na isang output lng ang advantage nya sa td15 tapos konting sound sa td30 at pos sensing sa snare then wla na...

Ah buti nlng d pa ako nkakabili ng CM220/110 prang overpriced dn kc..ask ko lng sir san po ba pwd bumili ng  samson auro 12? cnsya po marami na ako tinatanong..hehe

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 16, 2015, 08:52:41 AM
sa audiophile ang samson
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 16, 2015, 09:05:34 AM
Thanks po sir peeves24
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 17, 2015, 07:25:01 AM
Pano po pla eto sir peeves24 gus2 ko po sana maging stereo ung drum sound using 2 samson auro 12, kelangan ko pa po ba ng mixer khit ung ganito lng (Alto ZMX862 6 Channel Compact Mixer) http://www.jbmusic.com.ph/product/details/alto-zmx862-6-channel-compact-mixer (http://www.jbmusic.com.ph/product/details/alto-zmx862-6-channel-compact-mixer) or pwd ko na syang idirect from line out L/R sa module to line in L/R ng samson auro 12?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on April 17, 2015, 09:45:45 AM
Pano po pla eto sir peeves24 gus2 ko po sana maging stereo ung drum sound using 2 samson auro 12, kelangan ko pa po ba ng mixer khit ung ganito lng (Alto ZMX862 6 Channel Compact Mixer) http://www.jbmusic.com.ph/product/details/alto-zmx862-6-channel-compact-mixer (http://www.jbmusic.com.ph/product/details/alto-zmx862-6-channel-compact-mixer) or pwd ko na syang idirect from line out L/R sa module to line in L/R ng samson auro 12?

pwede pero mas maganda pag nakamixer mas madaling macontrol.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 17, 2015, 04:03:16 PM
pwede pero mas maganda pag nakamixer mas madaling macontrol.

Nice!..thanks sir Ralph_Petrucci...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 18, 2015, 11:50:48 AM
stereo naman output ng module mo kaya ok lang walang mixer. nasa module na rin yung volume control at may aux in na rin kung gusto mo sabayan yung mp3 player mo.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pikapika2501 on May 07, 2015, 04:21:42 AM
Hi! I'm a classical guitar player mga chief, not really a drum player, however I really want to buy an entry level drumset.

Probably, Yamaha dtx400 or Alesis.

Question is, SAAN ako makakabili ng E-Drums sa Pinas? For yamaha, I can buy it at yupangco while for alesis, saan?

additional link for reference contribution ko :)
http://ehomerecordingstudio.com/best-electronic-drums/

*ang advantage kasi, di sya maingay :) (controlled) - like, magaling ka man o nagsisimula pa lang, di ka rin makaka-tugtog kung pagbabawalan ka.
*sa real drums (acoustic) astig pero yari tayo dyan sa neighbors sa lakas :P

TIA
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on May 07, 2015, 08:46:01 AM
Alesis is avaiable in JB Music stores  :)
Medeli naman sa The Music Source
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pikapika2501 on May 08, 2015, 05:18:00 AM
Hi Co Phil Music E-Drummers Enthusiast.

I had created an FB Specific to E-Drums - please park your FB accounts by joining. Let's wait till the population matures.

Hopefully this could be another medium to consolidate Enthusiast. Hence, will not be limited for Philmusic domain.
There, we could post in new finds, questions, comments, suggestions, and even buy and sell of products.

*For now, it is also a Buy and Sell as a part of its feature, not the main goal though. We'll have a separate E-Drums Classified when the population matures.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/806241242816209/
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 09, 2015, 02:44:13 PM
Been kicking myself ever since I sold my TD20 several years ago, but glad I recently got a hold of another one.  Still keeping an eye for a TD30 kit.

(http://i905.photobucket.com/albums/ac257/noahgoode/IMG_0082_zpst0g83rvl.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 11, 2015, 11:45:21 AM
Been kicking myself ever since I sold my TD20 several years ago, but glad I recently got a hold of another one.  Still keeping an eye for a TD30 kit.

(http://i905.photobucket.com/albums/ac257/noahgoode/IMG_0082_zpst0g83rvl.jpg)

grabe intense daming pads! so, dalawa yung drum module mo paps?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 12, 2015, 07:48:00 AM
baka naka splitter sya per input ralph
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 12, 2015, 10:10:37 AM
grabe intense daming pads! so, dalawa yung drum module mo paps?

Hindi, bro.  Isang module lang pero meron pang natira na isang open aux input.  OK din yung suggestion ni Sir Peeves pero hindi ko na siguro i-split yung tom pads kasi balak ko rin mag dagdag ng Roland SPD-30 Octapad para sa mga effects. 

Besides, hindi naman talaga ako drummer.....bass player lang ng grupo namin.  Pinalitan ko yung acoustic set ko kasi ang lakas pumalo ng drummer namin.  :-o
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on May 12, 2015, 10:17:33 AM
Hindi, bro.  Isang module lang pero meron pang natira na isang open aux input.  OK din yung suggestion ni Sir Peeves pero hindi ko na siguro i-split yung tom pads kasi balak ko rin mag dagdag ng Roland SPD-30 Octapad para sa mga effects. 

Besides, hindi naman talaga ako drummer.....bass player lang ng grupo namin.  Pinalitan ko yung acoustic set ko kasi ang lakas pumalo ng drummer namin.  :-o

pwede magdrums para sa inyo? malakas din ako pumalo  :lol:

nice kit tho, swabe tingnan!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 12, 2015, 10:23:44 AM
Been kicking myself ever since I sold my TD20 several years ago, but glad I recently got a hold of another one.  Still keeping an eye for a TD30 kit.

td30 is only slightly better than td20

you know what will make your td20 great? replace the vh11 hihats with a yamaha hihat  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 12, 2015, 01:25:24 PM
pwede magdrums para sa inyo? malakas din ako pumalo  :lol:

nice kit tho, swabe tingnan!

Salamat, Sir at walang problema mag drums kahit na malakas pumalo; minsan lang naman umiiling si "Commander".   Yung lang nga, kailangan mong lumipad papunta sa California, USA.   :)



Sa totoo lang, balak ko sanang mag-retire sa Pinas hetong taon at dalhin ang mga  gear galling sa aking "man cave".  Ang ina-alala ko, siguradong tatagain ako sa customs fees, etc.

(http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff456/kulasterol/new%20gear/PIC_0049.jpg)(http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff456/kulasterol/new%20gear/PIC_0062.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on May 12, 2015, 01:32:01 PM
Salamat, Sir at walang problema mag drums kahit na malakas pumalo; minsan lang naman umiiling si "Commander".   Yung lang nga, kailangan mong lumipad papunta sa California, USA.   :)



Sa totoo lang, balak ko sanang mag-retire sa Pinas hetong taon at dalhin ang mga  gear galling sa aking "man cave".  Ang ina-alala ko, siguradong tatagain ako sa customs fees, etc.

(http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff456/kulasterol/new%20gear/PIC_0049.jpg)(http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff456/kulasterol/new%20gear/PIC_0062.jpg)

ipambibili ko na lang ng e-drums yung ticket papuntang california  :lol:
nako ser, baka yung singilin sayo ng customs mas mahal pa sa presyo ng lahat nyan, plus tax!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 12, 2015, 01:32:59 PM
td30 is only slightly better than td20

you know what will make your td20 great? replace the vh11 hihats with a yamaha hihat  :-D

Damn!  You know, I was just thinking about the very same thing the other day -- the VH11 hats don't really rock my boat as I expected they would.  I might just have to check out those Yamahas, Sir Peeves.  Maraming salamat sa suggestion!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 12, 2015, 01:37:24 PM
ipambibili ko na lang ng e-drums yung ticket papuntang california  :lol:
nako ser, baka yung singilin sayo ng customs mas mahal pa sa presyo ng lahat nyan, plus tax!

Yun na nga ang problema.  :-(   Isang alternative ay ibenta ko na dito and mga instrumento at diyan na sa Pinas bumuo ulit ng studio.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gandydancer123 on May 12, 2015, 01:42:51 PM
Salamat, Sir at walang problema mag drums kahit na malakas pumalo; minsan lang naman umiiling si "Commander".   Yung lang nga, kailangan mong lumipad papunta sa California, USA.   :)



Sa totoo lang, balak ko sanang mag-retire sa Pinas hetong taon at dalhin ang mga  gear galling sa aking "man cave".  Ang ina-alala ko, siguradong tatagain ako sa customs fees, etc.

(http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff456/kulasterol/new%20gear/PIC_0049.jpg)(http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff456/kulasterol/new%20gear/PIC_0062.jpg)

MAN CAVE!!!! hehehe

I think, youre right..keep the best items na worth iship pauwi...then sell the rest and use the money to fund your retirement studio with all the goodies...hehehe good luck! see you sa pinas!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 12, 2015, 02:43:05 PM
Maraming salamat sa great advice, Gandy.   :wave:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 13, 2015, 11:32:22 AM
Hindi, bro.  Isang module lang pero meron pang natira na isang open aux input.  OK din yung suggestion ni Sir Peeves pero hindi ko na siguro i-split yung tom pads kasi balak ko rin mag dagdag ng Roland SPD-30 Octapad para sa mga effects. 

Besides, hindi naman talaga ako drummer.....bass player lang ng grupo namin.  Pinalitan ko yung acoustic set ko kasi ang lakas pumalo ng drummer namin.  :-o


whoaaaaa pero ang damiiii :O ganun karami input nung module? TD30 ba ito?

sarap bro! fruits of your labor!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: noahgoode on May 14, 2015, 02:25:23 PM
TD30 ba ito?

TD-20, 16 inputs, 8 direct outs.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on May 14, 2015, 02:37:03 PM
PM sent Pikapika2501
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on May 15, 2015, 12:44:38 AM
Haay, kaya ayaw ko nang buksan tong thread na to e, naiinggit ako.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nikogulo on May 17, 2015, 10:09:51 AM
Hello.

what amp or speaker is best for the electronic drums? tito ko may roldand kit, pero di ko alam yung model pero yun yung tanong niya sa akin. any suggestions will do. thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 18, 2015, 11:05:46 AM
Hello.

what amp or speaker is best for the electronic drums? tito ko may roldand kit, pero di ko alam yung model pero yun yung tanong niya sa akin. any suggestions will do. thanks

get an active speaker, or any flat eq amplifier.

for example, sa active speaker, okay si SAMSON Auro. meron namang Peavey KB Series for Keyboard Amps. both will work :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nikogulo on May 19, 2015, 11:08:20 AM
get an active speaker, or any flat eq amplifier.

for example, sa active speaker, okay si SAMSON Auro. meron namang Peavey KB Series for Keyboard Amps. both will work :)

thanks ralph
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on May 21, 2015, 11:40:53 AM
Bukod sa tibay anong pinag-iba ng mahal na e-drums sa mga cheap(under 15k) na e drums? Yung tunog?


Pwede ba gamitin yung vst as source ng tunog nung edrums?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on May 21, 2015, 11:54:00 AM
Bukod sa tibay anong pinag-iba ng mahal na e-drums sa mga cheap(under 15k) na e drums? Yung tunog?


Pwede ba gamitin yung vst as source ng tunog nung edrums?

Sensitivity/response. Yung tunog walang problema yan basta may MIDI out  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on May 23, 2015, 02:10:06 AM
Ask ko lang po kung anu ba mas effective at safe na panlinis sa rubber rim/cymbal pads. May nabasa po ako sa ibang forum na 303 Aerospace Protectant http://www.goldeagle.com/product/303-aerospace-protectant (http://www.goldeagle.com/product/303-aerospace-protectant)  kaso wala akong makita dito sa pina :-\

Thanks po...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 23, 2015, 09:28:01 PM
armor all
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on May 24, 2015, 07:52:20 PM
armor all

Problema ko sa Armor All nangingitim yung stick tapos nagkakaroon din ng black marks yung mesh
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 24, 2015, 10:17:39 PM
tinuyo mo ba ng husto? o iniiwan mo na wet look?

ako kasi dry kaya walang dumi sa stick
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on May 25, 2015, 12:01:13 AM
gumamit din ako dti ng armor all, ok dn naman yung result basta tuyong tuyo lng bago mo gamitin pra wlang bakat sa mesh, kaso tinigil ko kc my nabasa ako na panget dw yung armor all dhil nkakadry ng rubber in the long run dahil my silicon component...ewan ko lng kung totoo yun.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 25, 2015, 08:00:34 AM
actually armor all moisturizes them and fights against cracking and dryness

and yup there's this silicone issue from car forums but http://www.armorall.com/faqs/#interior-faqs
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on May 26, 2015, 05:57:09 PM
any idea kung gagana itong trigger na ito sa Alesis DM10 module?

http://www.amazon.com/ddrum-AcousticPro-Dual-Snare-Trigger/dp/B0002E2YBW (http://www.amazon.com/ddrum-AcousticPro-Dual-Snare-Trigger/dp/B0002E2YBW)

Plano ko kasi convert yung acoustic snare ko to electric para di nakatambak dito sa bahay. Gamitin ko for something else yung current "snare" pad ng DM10x

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bugoy on May 26, 2015, 10:00:44 PM
any idea kung gagana itong trigger na ito sa Alesis DM10 module?

http://www.amazon.com/ddrum-AcousticPro-Dual-Snare-Trigger/dp/B0002E2YBW (http://www.amazon.com/ddrum-AcousticPro-Dual-Snare-Trigger/dp/B0002E2YBW)

Plano ko kasi convert yung acoustic snare ko to electric para di nakatambak dito sa bahay. Gamitin ko for something else yung current "snare" pad ng DM10x

pwede naman siguro yan kasi yung DIY trigger ko dati gumana sa alesis trigger IO at sa brain ng roland td9k ko. pare preho lang naman yata ng polarity yan yung mga YAMAHA triggers lang yata ang iba
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 27, 2015, 08:29:17 AM
gagana yan mike
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on June 01, 2015, 03:58:08 PM
ngayon lang ulit naka silip, thanks sa reply pao and bugoy.... will probably purchase one para mapakinabangan ulit ung snare ko hehe

salamat ulit
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on June 02, 2015, 04:21:15 PM
alright umorder na ko pero ito kinuha ko

http://www.ebay.com/itm/drum-trigger-Dual-Zone-by-Convertible-Percussions-Midnight-Black/161415900498

then order na rin ng mesh head at rim condom para di masyado maingay sa rim clicks/shots

post ko ulit dito pag tapos na conversion.



Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevpal on June 18, 2015, 10:40:42 AM
Good day po!! Plan ko sana dagdagan ng additional drum and cymbal pads edrum ko (behringer xd80usb), tanong ko lang po kung compatible ba dito yung alesis pads, tsaka kung meron din ba nabibili na spare pads? Sa behringer kasi, set lang pwedeng bilhin e. Kun meron man, may idea po ba kayo kung magkano at saan makakabili? Pero this time, triple zone cymbal pads idadagdag ko.  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on June 18, 2015, 10:58:18 AM
Good day po!! Plan ko sana dagdagan ng additional drum and cymbal pads edrum ko (behringer xd80usb), tanong ko lang po kung compatible ba dito yung alesis pads, tsaka kung meron din ba nabibili na spare pads? Sa behringer kasi, set lang pwedeng bilhin e. Kun meron man, may idea po ba kayo kung magkano at saan makakabili? Pero this time, triple zone cymbal pads idadagdag ko.  :)

check mo muna kung supported ng module mo yung triple zone pads
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pajengjeng on July 10, 2015, 11:05:05 AM
Hi!

Anyone know where I can find digital multipads?

like the alesis sample pads, kat's ktmp1, roland's spdxxx. :)


Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 10, 2015, 11:13:24 AM
Hi!

Anyone know where I can find digital multipads?

like the alesis sample pads, kat's ktmp1, roland's spdxxx. :)


Thanks!

si alesis meron si JB, roland naman dala ni yupangco  :) usually may stock ng multipad sa JB cubao, dito sa galleria may stock ng roland
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pajengjeng on July 10, 2015, 01:24:02 PM
si alesis meron si JB, roland naman dala ni yupangco  :) usually may stock ng multipad sa JB cubao, dito sa galleria may stock ng roland

Salamat Paps!

Baka may mga nagbebenta din dito. :P haha!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on July 13, 2015, 02:41:40 AM
hi guys, may I just ask where can I buy this MIDI-USB cable for electric drums-laptop connection?

how much din pala and range if ever?

thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 13, 2015, 08:53:43 AM
hi guys, may I just ask where can I buy this MIDI-USB cable for electric drums-laptop connection?

how much din pala and range if ever?

thanks

JB has them. Alesis or M-Audio. Around 1.5-2k each
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on July 13, 2015, 12:15:52 PM
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JB has them. Alesis or M-Audio. Around 1.5-2k each

works for Roland ones too?? thanks man!! :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 13, 2015, 12:31:08 PM
works for Roland ones too?? thanks man!! :mrgreen:

yup, MIDI is universal naman. as long as your module has a MIDI in/MIDI out (or both) port and your computer has a USB port, it should work  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on July 13, 2015, 12:50:58 PM
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yup, MIDI is universal naman. as long as your module has a MIDI in/MIDI out (or both) port and your computer has a USB port, it should work  :)

thanks man, gonna try and expand the sound of my roland td4kp using superior drummer. thanks for your help  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 13, 2015, 01:40:38 PM
thanks man, gonna try and expand the sound of my roland td4kp using superior drummer. thanks for your help  :-D

good luck man! FWIW the M audio one is bulky as fck  :lol: see if the alesis look good enough for you
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: changedmynametojimi on July 15, 2015, 03:11:05 AM
Magandang umaga!

Anong marerecommend nyo na low to mid end speaker amp for e drum kit - just acquired yamaha dtx 400k.

Tia.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 15, 2015, 07:52:12 AM
samson auro pre. o kaya hanap ka ng mga 2nd hand na powered speakers
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: changedmynametojimi on July 15, 2015, 11:35:21 AM
Thanks! Hunting mode hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on July 17, 2015, 10:22:41 PM
hi guys, just wanna ask if what software would you recommend for enhancing the sound of my td4kp kit? san din po nakakabili or dinodownload lang ba sya?? I don't want it to be too techy and sana simple lang.. thanks :mrgreen:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on July 18, 2015, 06:52:10 AM
hi guys, just wanna ask if what software would you recommend for enhancing the sound of my td4kp kit? san din po nakakabili or dinodownload lang ba sya?? I don't want it to be too techy and sana simple lang.. thanks :mrgreen:

Tingin ko wla...http://www.vexpressionsltd.com/ (http://www.vexpressionsltd.com/)
Roland TD4 Sound Module is not supported..I am using Vex Evolution for my TD15 and it's sounds great compared to the stock kits.

Try mo nlng Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.x.x, EZDrummer, Steven Slate Drums, Addictive Drums, FXpansion BFD 2 or 3...Search mo lng mga instructional sa youtube marami yan...I'm am not encouraging for any pirated software, yet you can download it for free and works well, but if you decide to purchase one it would be very expensive for the software alone...Multi Platform nmn yan lahat, and you will need a Midi Interface to connect to your laptop/pc..

Try mo to
http://www.roland.com/products/um-one/ (http://www.roland.com/products/um-one/)
or
http://hosatech.com/product/usm-422/
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 20, 2015, 09:08:12 AM
hi guys, just wanna ask if what software would you recommend for enhancing the sound of my td4kp kit? san din po nakakabili or dinodownload lang ba sya?? I don't want it to be too techy and sana simple lang.. thanks :mrgreen:

I'd take the MIDI-laptop-Toontracks route, pero kung hindi naman recording or gigging, hasel yun (fire up the drums, then the amp, then the computer and hook them all up) so I'd rather trade the brain for a better one, or a Pearl brain. Alam ko yung Pearl pwede i-wipe yung stock sounds tapos may Toontracks library na available.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bulok on July 29, 2015, 09:18:04 PM
okay lang ba na bumili ako ng ringway edrums tapos gumamit na lang ako ng mga plugins sa DAW ko tulad ng addictive drums and ezdrummer? kapos kasi sa budget at gusto ko kasi sana ng edrums para kahit sa gabi makapag practice ako
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 30, 2015, 08:39:14 AM
ok lang. budget mo naman talaga magsasabi sa yo kung ano yung mabibili mo. ok din gamitin ezdrummer. gaganda tunog ng ringway mo.

pero ang difference kasi ng mahal na kit sa mura e yung levels of expression. si ringway mapapansin mo meron sobrang soft, merong middle hit at merong hard hit. hihat nya closed,slightly open at full open. napakakonti ng levels kaya hindi rin ganun kaganda magtratranslate sa ezdrummer.

pero pang practice, yes go ahead.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 30, 2015, 03:43:29 PM
ok lang. budget mo naman talaga magsasabi sa yo kung ano yung mabibili mo. ok din gamitin ezdrummer. gaganda tunog ng ringway mo.

pero ang difference kasi ng mahal na kit sa mura e yung levels of expression. si ringway mapapansin mo meron sobrang soft, merong middle hit at merong hard hit. hihat nya closed,slightly open at full open. napakakonti ng levels kaya hindi rin ganun kaganda magtratranslate sa ezdrummer.

pero pang practice, yes go ahead.

Aray. I was expecting at least 8 levels of sensitivity  :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 30, 2015, 03:54:11 PM
Aray. I was expecting at least 8 levels of sensitivity  :eek:

mahal na yan hahaha. kahit yung midlevel roland di pa rin ganun ka expressive
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on July 30, 2015, 04:13:14 PM
mahal na yan hahaha. kahit yung midlevel roland di pa rin ganun ka expressive

Ilang levels yung sensitivity ng midrange na roland sir? Inisip ko lang kasi velocity values ng MIDI so 127 levels yun kaya parang konti na yung 8 :))
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 30, 2015, 04:54:52 PM
Ilang levels yung sensitivity ng midrange na roland sir? Inisip ko lang kasi velocity values ng MIDI so 127 levels yun kaya parang konti na yung 8 :))

what i meant for expression is that the module needs to use a different sound depending on the velocity and power of the stroke. wala yung velocity component sa entry level modules.

yung midi 127 kasi is just for midi note and amplitude. nandun yun even for ringway. irerelate mo sa range  and each range will have a different sound (not exact ha, sample lang)

0-50 soft - trigger sound A
51 to 100 mid - trigger sound B
101 to 127 hard - trigger sound C

pinakaobvious yung ganitong style sa ride na nagtratransition yung sound from bow to bell depende sa lakas ng palo mo.

so kung nagsimula ka sa 1 mapapansin mo from na mahina palo, tumataas din gradually yung volume for the same sound A hanggang makatawid ka sa mid range. nagbabago volume pero hindi nagbabago yung tunog. ganun lang yung interpretation sa mga entry level modules.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: bulok on July 31, 2015, 08:40:03 PM
e kamusta naman po ang durability ng ringway edrums?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: changedmynametojimi on July 31, 2015, 08:57:22 PM
sensitivity pala yun...speaking of which kailangan ko iadjust kasi lakas ata palo ko - parang natrigger din yun tom na malapit hahahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on August 02, 2015, 08:26:31 PM
yan ang sakit ng lahat ng electronic drums, ang tawag diyan sir ay crosstalk or xtalk... usually effect ng vibrations ng buong rack kapag pumapalo ka sa kit kaya nag ttrigger ang ibang pads :)

yung iba para masolve yan is dinadampen or nilalagyan ng damper ang mga clamps, pati mismo rack nilalagyan ng damper sa loob para lang maabsorb ang vibrations.

Kung may option na lagyan ng mesh heads ang ekit mo, makakatulong din ito to reduce crosstalk.

Then ofcourse nanjan ang setup ng ekit mo mismo. sangkatutak na trial and error yan constant adjusting ng sensitivity at crosstalk send and receive levels.

Good luck sir
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on August 03, 2015, 09:26:39 AM
what i meant for expression is that the module needs to use a different sound depending on the velocity and power of the stroke. wala yung velocity component sa entry level modules.

yung midi 127 kasi is just for midi note and amplitude. nandun yun even for ringway. irerelate mo sa range  and each range will have a different sound (not exact ha, sample lang)

0-50 soft - trigger sound A
51 to 100 mid - trigger sound B
101 to 127 hard - trigger sound C

pinakaobvious yung ganitong style sa ride na nagtratransition yung sound from bow to bell depende sa lakas ng palo mo.

so kung nagsimula ka sa 1 mapapansin mo from na mahina palo, tumataas din gradually yung volume for the same sound A hanggang makatawid ka sa mid range. nagbabago volume pero hindi nagbabago yung tunog. ganun lang yung interpretation sa mga entry level modules.

AHHHH ok gets na sir  :lol: pero sir pag gumamit ng VST via midi diba mag-iiba na yun depending on the software?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on August 03, 2015, 09:39:34 AM
yan ang sakit ng lahat ng electronic drums, ang tawag diyan sir ay crosstalk or xtalk... usually effect ng vibrations ng buong rack kapag pumapalo ka sa kit kaya nag ttrigger ang ibang pads :)

yung iba para masolve yan is dinadampen or nilalagyan ng damper ang mga clamps, pati mismo rack nilalagyan ng damper sa loob para lang maabsorb ang vibrations.

Kung may option na lagyan ng mesh heads ang ekit mo, makakatulong din ito to reduce crosstalk.

Then ofcourse nanjan ang setup ng ekit mo mismo. sangkatutak na trial and error yan constant adjusting ng sensitivity at crosstalk send and receive levels.

Good luck sir

mismo.  tagal nung birthpains period namin nung ekit ko bago ko nahuli yung tamang settings to lessen crosstalk. :|
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mrsticky on August 03, 2015, 10:09:38 PM
for my td4kp madalas mag ka xtalk between low tom and ride before. pero may option naman yata lahat ng ekits to minimize xtalk. carpeted na floor would also help and ung higpit or pagkaloosen ng screws and wires do help eliminate xtalks.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on August 03, 2015, 10:28:09 PM
AHHHH ok gets na sir  :lol: pero sir pag gumamit ng VST via midi diba mag-iiba na yun depending on the software?
yung ibang advanced vst yes. naiinterpret nya halimbawa nag 16th notes ka na fill sa snare, mapapansin mo iba yung tunog ng left hand sa right hand.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: iamcarlo on August 03, 2015, 10:31:55 PM
:)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mylesthedrummer on August 08, 2015, 08:17:38 PM
Sir thinking of getting the roland pm-03. Any thoughts?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: vbknight on September 08, 2015, 09:48:30 PM
pwede ba gamitin ang powered speaker 10" for edrums? any alternatives sa drum amps na budget friendly?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 09, 2015, 09:59:57 AM
pwede ba gamitin ang powered speaker 10" for edrums? any alternatives sa drum amps na budget friendly?
yes ir. IMHO, yan na yung pinaka budget friendly na solution in amplifying e drums
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on September 10, 2015, 06:20:11 AM
Patulong naman po..San po ba pwede bumili online dto sa Asia ng Roland Products Internationally? nsubukan ko na yung sweelee several times at swabe yung services pero naubusan na ng stock ng gusto kong bilhin. Thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on September 16, 2015, 04:29:54 PM
Ok lang ba yung mga ringway sa lazada(11k , td-82 yata) for starting drummer. Yung pinsan kong bata gusto matuto, yun ang budget niya.(mas ok din edrums para di nakakabulahaw)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 16, 2015, 05:15:52 PM
Ok lang ba yung mga ringway sa lazada(11k , td-82 yata) for starting drummer. Yung pinsan kong bata gusto matuto, yun ang budget niya.(mas ok din edrums para di nakakabulahaw)


pwede na. pero lagi kong payo sa mga gustong matuto, acoustic drums muna. kasi usually, mahirap magpractice ng dynamics at proper cymbal hitting/sticking sa edrums paps. edrums sana kung mejo marunong na at may idea na. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on September 16, 2015, 05:48:53 PM

pwede na. pero lagi kong payo sa mga gustong matuto, acoustic drums muna. kasi usually, mahirap magpractice ng dynamics at proper cymbal hitting/sticking sa edrums paps. edrums sana kung mejo marunong na at may idea na. :)

+1 on this. for me, lugi yung beginner especially sa cymbal sticking and foot technique (both hi hat and kick) pag nagstart sa electric.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on September 16, 2015, 10:15:28 PM
Thanks ralph and sonic.

Meron naman ako acoustic drum kit he can use, yung e-drums para lang makapagpractice siya sa bahay nila kahit gabi. :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on September 17, 2015, 08:48:04 AM
Thanks ralph and sonic.

Meron naman ako acoustic drum kit he can use, yung e-drums para lang makapagpractice siya sa bahay nila kahit gabi. :-D

ah kung ganun eh pwede na yun, basta mas marami syang time for the acoustic kit  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 17, 2015, 09:53:26 AM
Thanks ralph and sonic.

Meron naman ako acoustic drum kit he can use, yung e-drums para lang makapagpractice siya sa bahay nila kahit gabi. :-D


Vic Firth Drum Mutes nalang paps! or replace with mesh heads!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on September 17, 2015, 10:23:16 AM

Vic Firth Drum Mutes nalang paps! or replace with mesh heads!

Hmm. Interesting, check ko din to.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: eciboy on September 18, 2015, 01:13:36 AM
pa ot: mga paps.. san nkakabili ng mesh head? :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on September 18, 2015, 09:06:39 AM
pa ot: mga paps.. san nkakabili ng mesh head? :-D

di naman OT yan, pero di ko rin alam ang sagot  :lol:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 18, 2015, 10:52:02 AM
pa ot: mga paps.. san nkakabili ng mesh head? :-D

Yupangco sells them AFAIK. pag wala, pwede ka din gumawa :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on October 07, 2015, 08:47:09 AM
Tanong lang po, sino po naka experience na bumili sa ishibashi music japan ng e-drums accessories or any products from them? may balak po sana akong bilihin mga worth Php60k..mga magkano kaya yung duties and tax na iimpose ng BOC?
Salamat po sa makapagbigay ng info..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on October 07, 2015, 10:38:07 AM
yari ka sa taxes. honest kasi magdeclare ang ishibashi. hindi sila papayag na ibahin yung prices for shipping.

dito ka na lang bumili. not worth the hassle, magiging doble presyo nyang item mo dahil sa taxes.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on October 07, 2015, 04:19:00 PM
thank you sir sa info..sabi ko na nga ba mayayari tlga ako nito sa taxes buti nlng d pa ako nka order.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nicobansot on October 12, 2015, 06:24:33 AM
cno po alesis dm8 user dito? ask ko lang kung pwede ba ipang replace ung tom ng dm7 sa dm8?? ty po
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on October 12, 2015, 08:30:22 AM
pwedeng pwede
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nicobansot on October 12, 2015, 09:05:42 AM
ty sir.. ano ba size nung first tom sa dm8?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on October 12, 2015, 09:24:51 AM
ty sir.. ano ba size nung first tom sa dm8?

8" but it doesn't matter
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nicobansot on October 14, 2015, 06:32:06 AM
mga brader ask ko lang kung sulit ba to sa 18k?? issue nya wala na ung 1st tom... ty

(http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c42/Jay_Ish/gb_zpsjgszqjar.jpg) (http://s24.photobucket.com/user/Jay_Ish/media/gb_zpsjgszqjar.jpg.html)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nicobansot on October 14, 2015, 06:59:50 AM
saka ok lang ba ipang replace ung sa dm6?? ty po  :-)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on October 14, 2015, 09:31:09 AM
saka ok lang ba ipang replace ung sa dm6?? ty po  :-)

yeah that'll work. you can use any trigger pad you want basically, even a DIY one, basta tama yung connector sa module.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: nicobansot on October 14, 2015, 09:45:41 AM
ty sir.. buy ko na nga to for 18k.. salamat po
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on October 14, 2015, 07:33:11 PM
yeah that'll work. you can use any trigger pad you want basically, even a DIY one, basta tama yung connector sa module.

yep tama to, ganun ginawa ko sa kit ko, nilagyan ko ng piezo ung snare drum ko at ginawa kong mesh heads, ayun poging snare for my alesis dm10x hehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on October 15, 2015, 08:56:58 AM
yep tama to, ganun ginawa ko sa kit ko, nilagyan ko ng piezo ung snare drum ko at ginawa kong mesh heads, ayun poging snare for my alesis dm10x hehe

uyyy nice! I like that idea  :lol:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: spetsnaz1123 on November 19, 2015, 07:00:22 PM
i just bought a Roland TD-1KV (it was on sale here in KSA) for my kids, I really hope they take good care of it lol...I played with it for a while (im not a drummer though  :-D)....I saw some really good demos about this unit and it sounds good and realistic on my noob ears...I guess what I want to know is how durable this unit is? I will appreciate any comment guys.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on November 22, 2015, 07:05:32 PM
uyyy nice! I like that idea  :lol:

Here's the kit:
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gwapito on November 25, 2015, 07:45:09 PM
ok po ba ang medeli dd305, pasok po kasi xa sa 7k budget ko po..help nmn po ..any comments and reviews..thanks
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ken minneman on November 26, 2015, 02:48:01 AM
aside sa tanong ni Sir Gwapito, pano po yung sa bass drum na gumagalaw.. ano pong remedyo?? hehe..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 26, 2015, 09:30:10 AM
aside sa tanong ni Sir Gwapito, pano po yung sa bass drum na gumagalaw.. ano pong remedyo?? hehe..

totoong bassdrum? get a carpet. tapos ayusin mo yung leveling ng bassdrum spurs.

yung medeli dd305, okay siya lalo na pag praktis praktis lang. plan to get one soon hahaha.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Roller_Caster on December 02, 2015, 01:32:02 PM
Sir Ok ba ang electric drums sa live sa praise/worship? Mas maganda pa rin ang acoustic drums?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on December 02, 2015, 04:24:16 PM
Sir Ok ba ang electric drums sa live sa praise/worship? Mas maganda pa rin ang acoustic drums?

kung malaki ang place of worship niyo, mag e drums ka para hindi masyado malakas.

acoustic parin para walang hasel sa setup tho.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: mokie on December 21, 2015, 09:03:12 PM
Hi guys, can't find the Roland thread kaya dito na lang ako magtatanong.

May nasiraan na po ba sa inyo ng drum module/brain ng e-drums nila?
i have a Roland TD-20kx po kasi, may problem is, minsan or most of the time, distorted na ung display screen pero gumagana pa naman sya, nakakatugtog pa ko. hindi ko lang magamit ng maayos yung module dahil hindi ko na maintindihan yung nasa screen.
hindi po under warranty ung unit ko. and i have no idea if yupangco is accepting repairs.
may marerecommend ba kayong dapat kong gawin or saan ko po kaya ito pwede mapaayos?
Salamat!  :wave:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on December 22, 2015, 10:12:47 AM
Hi guys, can't find the Roland thread kaya dito na lang ako magtatanong.

May nasiraan na po ba sa inyo ng drum module/brain ng e-drums nila?
i have a Roland TD-20kx po kasi, may problem is, minsan or most of the time, distorted na ung display screen pero gumagana pa naman sya, nakakatugtog pa ko. hindi ko lang magamit ng maayos yung module dahil hindi ko na maintindihan yung nasa screen.
hindi po under warranty ung unit ko. and i have no idea if yupangco is accepting repairs.
may marerecommend ba kayong dapat kong gawin or saan ko po kaya ito pwede mapaayos?
Salamat!  :wave:


yupangco will accept repairs paps. tawag ka lang sa kanila. mahirap magrisk sa mga local repairshop paps.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on January 16, 2016, 07:26:04 AM
Behringer is at it again! Matibay kaya to?
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Title: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on January 16, 2016, 07:26:37 AM
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 18, 2016, 10:36:03 AM
Behringer is at it again! Matibay kaya to?
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hahaha kumusta kaya tunog nito?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on January 20, 2016, 08:55:17 AM
looked at youtube. i think you should decide na lang,hehe id prefer acoustic drums talaga. :cry:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on January 20, 2016, 09:35:42 AM
looked at youtube. i think you should decide na lang,hehe id prefer acoustic drums talaga. :cry:


lam mo naman paps, taga condo :(
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: harugrugrug on January 21, 2016, 08:42:50 AM

lam mo naman paps, taga condo :(

hahaha! pero maganda yung feel ng edrums mo. :-D feel ko change ng dynamics

tsaka that comment was meant for that  edrums na pinost ni papsi sonic  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on January 23, 2016, 08:44:32 PM
Alesis Strike Pro Kit Electronic Drum Kit
Heto na kaya ang magiging pamatay ng Alesis sa Roland Vdrums?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuJ4EtPZZ_I (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuJ4EtPZZ_I)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyP4pHFAv3w (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyP4pHFAv3w) :drool:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on January 24, 2016, 06:37:15 PM
uy mukang maganda, I hope it integrates better with addictive/superior... will be selling my dm10x (upgraded to mesh heads) soon I think
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on January 24, 2016, 08:30:29 PM
uy mukang maganda, I hope it integrates better with addictive/superior... will be selling my dm10x (upgraded to mesh heads) soon I think

Im hoping that alesis would enhance their module's velocity layers of triggering..but according to some forum's thread the new alesis flagship module supports 40 velocity with 60 horizontal layers with round robin technology to eliminate the machine gun effect and has 8gb of internal memory and that dreaded hotspot on roland mesh heads(center piezo) could be lessen on alesis new drum pads with 12 foam columns attached to a single center piezo...

Another product that's already on the market to check out is the new ATV AD5 which supports different kind of trigger pads even on hihats/3 zone ride and snare from different manufacturers and this module's built in sound is sample based from acoustic counterparts in multilayers foundation...
http://www.atvcorporation.com/en/products/drums/ad5/ (http://www.atvcorporation.com/en/products/drums/ad5/)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on January 25, 2016, 01:55:16 AM
12 foam columns attached to a single center piezo...



this is the mod I used for my 12inch pads, I used 8 foam cut outs to disperse the full force of the hit... it actually works quite well, even if I hit the cones directly I dont get an overly exagerated velocity ready.

I think they started this pattern from the -mesh kits they came out with in 2014/2015 so this new one holds a lot of promise, maybe I'll get a chance to own one if amazon ships it to Qatar lol
(http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/g0d5_g1ft/20150615_124805_zpsv5cucvst.jpg)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on January 25, 2016, 02:28:15 AM
this is the mod I used for my 12inch pads, I used 8 foam cut outs to disperse the full force of the hit... it actually works quite well, even if I hit the cones directly I dont get an overly exagerated velocity ready.

Will this mod work on roland modules and pads? im sick of hotspot when I hit the center zone of my trigger pads especially when Im triggering vst, you can't help but notice the sudden jump of velocity.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on January 25, 2016, 02:02:50 PM
I dont know the internals of the vdrums, but in theory it should work...
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on January 25, 2016, 07:25:40 PM
but in theory it should work...

Thanks, I'll try it with my DIY snare. :-D hope it'll work fine..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on February 06, 2016, 09:14:03 PM
Anyone using Alto TS115A 800watts for drum amps?..muffled kasi sya pg na reach na ung peak level for certain amount of time na panay palo sa crash at open hihat. Mas maganda ba yung Samson Auro D415 compare sa Alto?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on February 09, 2016, 08:58:47 AM
underpowered yung alto mo, baka mas maganda magdagdag ka na lang kesa magpalit ng ibang brand.

alto sounds better than samson.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 09, 2016, 10:13:14 AM
underpowered yung alto mo, baka mas maganda magdagdag ka na lang kesa magpalit ng ibang brand.

alto sounds better than samson.


really paps? sino mas matibay?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on February 09, 2016, 09:26:53 PM

really paps? sino mas matibay?

3-yr user of Samson D415 for drums. Solve! Pero kailangan stereo. Hirap si D415 kapag isa lang(mono).
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 10, 2016, 10:23:21 AM
3-yr user of Samson D415 for drums. Solve! Pero kailangan stereo. Hirap si D415 kapag isa lang(mono).

sooo... alto or Samson huhuhuhuhuhu miss you paps sep HAHAHAHA
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on February 10, 2016, 10:59:15 AM

really paps? sino mas matibay?

dont know pre. nag samson ako dati kasi mas mura sa alto. pero nung narinig ko alto, mas balanced sya kesa samson. pero kung may driverack ka naman, doesnt matter which one you get
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 10, 2016, 11:04:00 AM
dont know pre. nag samson ako dati kasi mas mura sa alto. pero nung narinig ko alto, mas balanced sya kesa samson. pero kung may driverack ka naman, doesnt matter which one you get


sorry mej OT, was planning on getting an ALTO MIXPACK express kasi.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on February 11, 2016, 01:29:59 AM
underpowered yung alto mo, baka mas maganda magdagdag ka na lang kesa magpalit ng ibang brand.

alto sounds better than samson.

For the mean time ano pa po kaya yung posible na paraan pra magamit ko ng maayos yung alto hanggat di pa ako nkabili ng dagdag. Na try ko rin iplug sa mixer pero ganon pa rin khit sa balance XLR sa line input 1&2 (L/R). Na try ko rin na On/Off yung Contour pero ganon prin  yung result. D kya kelangan ko pa ng another device pra ma bypass yung contour/signal limit ng amps?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on February 11, 2016, 08:07:26 AM
add ka sub :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on February 11, 2016, 06:33:21 PM
add ka sub :D

Hehe parang ganon prin ung kalalabasan pag dating sa budget  :lol:..anyways, thanks sa advice \m/
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ken minneman on February 13, 2016, 12:04:05 AM
Help! yung bass drum ng aking alesis DM6 di tumutunog. Di naman ako lagi sa bahay pero pagtingin ko kasi 1 time mejo iba na posisyon pati rack. Baka nabagsakan o nagalaw. Haist.

Here's what I did, tested the trigger by putting the crash cymbal's jack. Tumunog naman so working yung trigger ng bass. tapos linipat ko trigger ng bass sa crash. Di tumunog. Well either yung wire or yung mismong Module may problema. Pero problema sa wiring ng alesis DM6 is magkakasama kasi sila.

To see image, Check this link: http://www.newenglandmusicsupply.com/images/uploads/alesis-dm6-cables-sm.JPG

San ba may nag aayos ng Edrums. Binili ko to sa classifieds so I think walang warranty. Mejo Wala pa ako masyado alam sa E drums. Need assistance. haha..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on February 13, 2016, 09:30:45 PM
Here's what I did, tested the trigger by putting the crash cymbal's jack. Tumunog naman so working yung trigger ng bass. tapos linipat ko trigger ng bass sa crash. Di tumunog. Well either yung wire or yung mismong Module may problema. Pero problema sa wiring ng alesis DM6 is magkakasama kasi sila.

Naka experience na rin dati ako ng ganyang issue sa ekit ko so tnry ko rin ung gaya sayo pero my indication sa module nya na gumagana ung trigger kc ung LED makikita mong umiilaw kapag nkapick up ng signal from trigger kaya tiningnan ko muna sa mga settings sa module kung my nabago pro d ko mahanap kaya factory reset nlng ung last resort ko tas tumunog na ulit ung input from trigger. Hirap kc pg ganyang cable pag nasira mahirap ayusin or bibili ka ng bago.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Xelly on February 14, 2016, 05:52:37 AM
sooo... alto or Samson huhuhuhuhuhu miss you paps sep HAHAHAHA
Samson kung tibay pag-uusapan! Miss you too bro! Hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on February 15, 2016, 10:12:32 AM
Samson kung tibay pag-uusapan! Miss you too bro! Hehehe


ayusssss! salamat paps!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ken minneman on February 17, 2016, 07:09:54 AM
Naka experience na rin dati ako ng ganyang issue sa ekit ko so tnry ko rin ung gaya sayo pero my indication sa module nya na gumagana ung trigger kc ung LED makikita mong umiilaw kapag nkapick up ng signal from trigger kaya tiningnan ko muna sa mga settings sa module kung my nabago pro d ko mahanap kaya factory reset nlng ung last resort ko tas tumunog na ulit ung input from trigger. Hirap kc pg ganyang cable pag nasira mahirap ayusin or bibili ka ng bago.


Factory reset di ko pa natry. hmm.. Sige nga sir. sana makatulong
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: cdapineda on March 07, 2016, 10:44:54 AM
Owner of a Roland TD-9k here. Mga 8+ years na sakin yung e-drums ko, currently unusable na sya since nginuya ng aso yung cable ng bass pedal at matigas na din yung rubber sa loob nung hihat pedal. Any ideas san nakakabili ng pamalit na parts?

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on March 07, 2016, 08:04:23 PM
Owner of a Roland TD-9k here. Mga 8+ years na sakin yung e-drums ko, currently unusable na sya since nginuya ng aso yung cable ng bass pedal at matigas na din yung rubber sa loob nung hihat pedal. Any ideas san nakakabili ng pamalit na parts?

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Try mo inquire sa yupangco..pro sa pagkakaalam ko phased out na kc ung td9 kaya d lng ako sure kung meron pa bang available na parts na pwd bilhin..kung wla sa ebay meron din..
http://www.ebay.ph/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=roland+fd8&_sacat=0 (http://www.ebay.ph/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=roland+fd8&_sacat=0)

pero ung bass pedal baka pwd mo pa idugtong yan kung d nmn naputol lahat nang cable..mono connection lng nmn yan kaya madali lng dugtungan o ayusin
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: cdapineda on March 08, 2016, 02:58:50 AM
Try mo inquire sa yupangco..pro sa pagkakaalam ko phased out na kc ung td9 kaya d lng ako sure kung meron pa bang available na parts na pwd bilhin..kung wla sa ebay meron din..
http://www.ebay.ph/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=roland+fd8&_sacat=0 (http://www.ebay.ph/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=roland+fd8&_sacat=0)

pero ung bass pedal baka pwd mo pa idugtong yan kung d nmn naputol lahat nang cable..mono connection lng nmn yan kaya madali lng dugtungan o ayusin
I'll try researching pano magreplace ng mono jacks. Ang natry ko lang is magreplace ng jack ng earphones, dunno if same mechanics lng din. Yung hat pedals naman ay same parin sa newer models sa same production line, problem ko lang is how much at saan. Would try yupangco tho. Thanks!

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dictatone on March 14, 2016, 04:38:53 PM
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on March 15, 2016, 12:15:30 PM
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Ask ko lng po d po ba nasisira ung head ng kick pad nyo against sa felt head beater ng pedal?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: lovecore on March 23, 2016, 04:59:55 PM
Mga bro, available ba locally ang rubber actuator replacement for Roland FD8 hat pedal? Mine broke off kasi. Wanted to do the remedy pero when I opened it, it was broken na so I have to replace it instead  :cry:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on March 23, 2016, 10:14:37 PM
order mo sa yupangco bro wla ksing parts na available locally na binebenta dto..medyo matagal nga lng bago dumating..

try mo lng dto mag order pero international nga lng..baka japan ung magsupply..
http://shop.rolandus.com/p/actuator?pp=24 (http://shop.rolandus.com/p/actuator?pp=24)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: lovecore on March 25, 2016, 10:36:37 AM
order mo sa yupangco bro wla ksing parts na available locally na binebenta dto..medyo matagal nga lng bago dumating..

try mo lng dto mag order pero international nga lng..baka japan ung magsupply..
http://shop.rolandus.com/p/actuator?pp=24 (http://shop.rolandus.com/p/actuator?pp=24)

I was afraid someone might say that hehe wala pala talaga.

Salamat bro!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 28, 2016, 10:10:39 AM
Mga bro, available ba locally ang rubber actuator replacement for Roland FD8 hat pedal? Mine broke off kasi. Wanted to do the remedy pero when I opened it, it was broken na so I have to replace it instead  :cry:


hmmm bili ka na lang bagong fd8

if you replace the rubber actuator, you also need a type of silicon grease (which i havent been able to identify) that needs to be applied on the rubber for it to work properly. no grease = useless pedal
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: drumdrum2 on April 05, 2016, 03:09:34 PM
Magandang araw mga brader.

I just recently bought a used Roland TD 15KV at namomroblema ako sa hot spot.

Baka may suggestions kayo. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on April 07, 2016, 12:56:21 PM
Magandang araw mga brader.

I just recently bought a used Roland TD 15KV at namomroblema ako sa hot spot.

Baka may suggestions kayo. :)

 :-D Pareho tayo ng kit bro. solid na solid yan. I think pag dating sa hot spot yung magagawa mo lng jan ay baguhin yung curve ng velocity..Nasa page 42 yata ng manual yan. at saka iwasan mo tamaan ang dead center ng pads lalo na sa TD15KV lahat yan nsa gitana ung piezo. Pero pag gumagamit ka ng VSTi mas significant dto ung hot spot, pwd mo ring bawasan ung velocity layer sa settings ng program pra maiwasan mo maabot ung peak ng velocity na mag cause ng drastic change ng sound. Same thing iwasan mo lng tlga ung dead center.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: aaron101 on April 09, 2016, 05:48:26 AM
Mga boss, pardon my ignorance bago lang kasi ako sa edrums. Is there any other way of playing a song as background and drum sound on one output like headphones na walang gamit na mixer? May ma susugest po na kayong mixer na may usb port?

Another problem is, gumagamit ako ng EZdrummer. So yung out nya ay yung sa PC. Pano ko ma mi-mix sa mixer yung music na galing sa phone ko at yung sound ng edrums (via EZdrummer) sa PC. Di ko kasi mapagsabay ang sound kasi Asio4all ang gamit na sound card driver at one at a time lang. Di pwede mag youtube at EZdrummer at the same time.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: sonicassault on April 09, 2016, 07:29:34 PM
Mga boss, pardon my ignorance bago lang kasi ako sa edrums. Is there any other way of playing a song as background and drum sound on one output like headphones na walang gamit na mixer? May ma susugest po na kayong mixer na may usb port?

Another problem is, gumagamit ako ng EZdrummer. So yung out nya ay yung sa PC. Pano ko ma mi-mix sa mixer yung music na galing sa phone ko at yung sound ng edrums (via EZdrummer) sa PC. Di ko kasi mapagsabay ang sound kasi Asio4all ang gamit na sound card driver at one at a time lang. Di pwede mag youtube at EZdrummer at the same time.
Since naka EZ drummer ka, gamitin mo syang plugin sa DAW tulad ng Reaper. Yung isang track dun mo I load yung EZ drummer, arm and monitor, tapos add ka ng isang track at dun mo ilagay yung MP3 na gusto mo. Tapos laruin mo na lang yung levels to your taste.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: aaron101 on April 10, 2016, 12:50:02 AM
Since naka EZ drummer ka, gamitin mo syang plugin sa DAW tulad ng Reaper. Yung isang track dun mo I load yung EZ drummer, arm and monitor, tapos add ka ng isang track at dun mo ilagay yung MP3 na gusto mo. Tapos laruin mo na lang yung levels to your taste.
Maraming salamat. May magandang solution nman pala. Try ko yung advice mo.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: drumdrum2 on April 11, 2016, 07:54:12 PM
:-D Pareho tayo ng kit bro. solid na solid yan. I think pag dating sa hot spot yung magagawa mo lng jan ay baguhin yung curve ng velocity..Nasa page 42 yata ng manual yan. at saka iwasan mo tamaan ang dead center ng pads lalo na sa TD15KV lahat yan nsa gitana ung piezo. Pero pag gumagamit ka ng VSTi mas significant dto ung hot spot, pwd mo ring bawasan ung velocity layer sa settings ng program pra maiwasan mo maabot ung peak ng velocity na mag cause ng drastic change ng sound. Same thing iwasan mo lng tlga ung dead center.
Salamat sa tip sir. Tama ka. Solid na solid sya talaga. Gusto ko yung feel nya. Yung hotspot lang talaga biggest downside. Sa compressor ko na lang nilaro para at least walang drastic na increase ng volume.

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: soundvent_ph on May 13, 2016, 01:27:31 PM
planning to buy a starter e drums. ringway td92 or second hand alesis dm 6? kamusta pala feel ng alesis DM6? medyo close to real ba? Thank you for your input!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 13, 2016, 06:22:51 PM
planning to buy a starter e drums. ringway td92 or second hand alesis dm 6? kamusta pala feel ng alesis DM6? medyo close to real ba? Thank you for your input!

the ringway is a waste. might as well go with the DM6. well, the tom and snare pads will be quite there, but the cymbals will be far off.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: soundvent_ph on May 17, 2016, 06:27:04 AM
Thank you sir! btw, my e drums has limited number of pads (just the standard e kit) im used to having the 2 tom setup, can I assign my tom 2 to trigger the ride cymbal on my plugin software (i use ezdrummer and addictive drums 2). I want to use the original ride pad to be a china or a second crash sana. sa module ko they are assigned na e (ex. tom pad to a tom slot, ride pad to a ride slot.

not really used in having a 3 tom setup, is this possible? hope my inquiry made sense.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 17, 2016, 10:14:41 AM
Thank you sir! btw, my e drums has limited number of pads (just the standard e kit) im used to having the 2 tom setup, can I assign my tom 2 to trigger the ride cymbal on my plugin software (i use ezdrummer and addictive drums 2). I want to use the original ride pad to be a china or a second crash sana. sa module ko they are assigned na e (ex. tom pad to a tom slot, ride pad to a ride slot.

not really used in having a 3 tom setup, is this possible? hope my inquiry made sense.

yes pwede. I do this as well. for ez drummer, you will have to change the midi note that your module is sending to the computer. I use Superior Drummer kasi, may learn button siya na when you click that button for the sound you want to hear, you just hit the pad where you want it assigned. mas madali mag custom kumbaga. may midi mapping ang EZ drummer where a specific sound corresponds to a midi note or number. hanapin mo lang yung gusto mong maging tunog tapos imap mo dun sa module mo.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: soundvent_ph on May 17, 2016, 11:15:47 AM
yes pwede. I do this as well. for ez drummer, you will have to change the midi note that your module is sending to the computer. I use Superior Drummer kasi, may learn button siya na when you click that button for the sound you want to hear, you just hit the pad where you want it assigned. mas madali mag custom kumbaga. may midi mapping ang EZ drummer where a specific sound corresponds to a midi note or number. hanapin mo lang yung gusto mong maging tunog tapos imap mo dun sa module mo.

I use ezdrummer 2 sir, saan kaya dun ang learn/map tool/option? sorry 2 days palang ako nagsstart mag e drums. haha.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 17, 2016, 11:29:47 AM
I use ezdrummer 2 sir, saan kaya dun ang learn/map tool/option? sorry 2 days palang ako nagsstart mag e drums. haha.

google paps. andun lahat ng detailed steps pano imap yung EZDRUMMER mo.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on May 19, 2016, 06:09:56 PM
Sana maabutan ko yung dm6. Anways, do you think ill have a hard time with using an iron cobra for the dm6? Nabasa ko kasi sa review medjo maliit lang yung pad sa kick.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: brandobandit on May 19, 2016, 08:01:57 PM
Good evening mga tol!

Sino kaya dito may Alesis DM6/DM7/DM8? Tumatagal din ba ang hardware? Salamat sa sasagot :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Mark J on June 07, 2016, 10:01:26 AM
Good evening mga tol!

Sino kaya dito may Alesis DM6/DM7/DM8? Tumatagal din ba ang hardware? Salamat sa sasagot :)

Same question with this guy. Also, san makaka bili ng Alesis DM6 USB Kit version? Yung sa JB Music kase sabe sakin 28k, e baka yung Studio edition to at hindi ung USB version..
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gineanne on June 21, 2016, 09:38:35 AM
Ano pong suggestion nyong edrums, 20k po budget.. Thank you po!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 21, 2016, 10:13:11 AM
Ano pong suggestion nyong edrums, 20k po budget.. Thank you po!

ipon pa paps para makapagalesis. kung nagmamadali, check mo medeli.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gineanne on June 21, 2016, 11:47:54 AM
Magkano po ba ang alesis? at anong model ng alesis po?  :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 21, 2016, 12:29:49 PM
Magkano po ba ang alesis? at anong model ng alesis po?  :)

siguro DM6 or DM5. pero mas mahal ito sa budget mo.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gineanne on June 21, 2016, 02:24:06 PM
Ahh, ano po ba ung lamang ni alesis DM6 kay medeli?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 21, 2016, 05:28:05 PM
Ahh, ano po ba ung lamang ni alesis DM6 kay medeli?

wala naman. mas sikat lang yung brand so pwede kang umasang mas matibay. medeli user ako though. good naman after 2 1/2 years so far.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on June 22, 2016, 08:30:46 AM
alesis = medeli

medeli ang gumagawa ng edrums for alesis
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 22, 2016, 09:19:56 AM
alesis = medeli

medeli ang gumagawa ng edrums for alesis

hirap parin sabihin kung parehas ng durability. tska iba din kasi yung builds ni medeli for alesis. hindi siya basta rebadge lang. masaya naman ako sa medeli so far. hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: gineanne on June 22, 2016, 12:17:53 PM
Ahh, kung medeli naman po, ano po masa-suggest nyo na swak sa budget ko po :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 22, 2016, 12:33:37 PM
Ahh, kung medeli naman po, ano po masa-suggest nyo na swak sa budget ko po :)


kulang pa paps. nasa 30k ang DD506. konting ipon pa. wag magmadali.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on June 24, 2016, 02:23:23 AM
Eto bago from Pearl and SSD! :-D

http://pearldrum.com/products/kits/electronic-drumsets/mimic-pro-module/
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on June 26, 2016, 06:39:18 PM
di ba alesis/medeli rin gumawa ng pearl redbox? I wonder kung pareho din yan ng brains ng Alesis Strike Pro

(http://5a18fcdc5c8aa2617926-54d68a14e2e7c1f76563a2d8c3e9fd82.r82.cf2.rackcdn.com/1550/images/StrikeProKit_Lifestyle_Web.png)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 27, 2016, 10:50:49 AM
di ba alesis/medeli rin gumawa ng pearl redbox? I wonder kung pareho din yan ng brains ng Alesis Strike Pro

(http://5a18fcdc5c8aa2617926-54d68a14e2e7c1f76563a2d8c3e9fd82.r82.cf2.rackcdn.com/1550/images/StrikeProKit_Lifestyle_Web.png)


ay talaga? roland nalang pala talga yung iba ang gumawa kung ganon hahahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on June 27, 2016, 10:58:39 AM
This is probably the first time I posted in pinoy drums. Pa welcome naman guys! lol
I have experience with recordings, so I am pretty excited to get an e drums. No more 1 by 1 midi input for me!

Anyways. No, I am not a drummer at all but I wanna learn so please excuse any ignorance.
The only space is at my condo so I want it to be quiet. I dont plan to move around gigging with it. So the module wont be that important except sending signals to my PC cause I'm gona be using it with ezdrummer or addictive drums

After a few research, my budget can stretch between Alesis DM10 mesh or the KAT KT3.

Of course the more pads the merrier, hence my choices. Needs to be sensitive to catch the velocity and the kick can fit double pedals.

Based on the youtube demos, I like the Alesis DM10 better. Seems to be more humanized than the KAT KT3.
However, that is probably due to demos which do not justify which one sounds or more capable than the other.
KAT KT3 also looks nice but it is newer and almost the same price range of the DM10

Ano sa tingin niyo sa dalawa? May iba pa ba kayong suggestions maliban dyan na kasing presyo or mas mura?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 27, 2016, 11:08:12 AM
This is probably the first time I posted in pinoy drums. Pa welcome naman guys! lol
I have experience with recordings, so I am pretty excited to get an e drums. No more 1 by 1 midi input for me!

Anyways. No, I am not a drummer at all but I wanna learn so please excuse any ignorance.
The only space is at my condo so I want it to be quiet. I dont plan to move around gigging with it. So the module wont be that important except sending signals to my PC cause I'm gona be using it with ezdrummer or addictive drums

After a few research, my budget can stretch between Alesis DM10 mesh or the KAT KT3.

Of course the more pads the merrier, hence my choices. Needs to be sensitive to catch the velocity and the kick can fit double pedals.

Based on the youtube demos, I like the Alesis DM10 better. Seems to be more humanized than the KAT KT3.
However, that is probably due to demos which do not justify which one sounds or more capable than the other.
KAT KT3 also looks nice but it is newer and almost the same price range of the DM10

Ano sa tingin niyo sa dalawa? May iba pa ba kayong suggestions maliban dyan na kasing presyo or mas mura?


I'd go for the DM10. mesh heads are wayyy better in terms of feel and noise for condo living. if you want to sound real, plug it into a DAW and use a VSTi such as Superior Drummer.

well, there's always the roland kits :D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 04, 2016, 12:22:27 PM

ay talaga? roland nalang pala talga yung iba ang gumawa kung ganon hahahaha

at yamaha, 2box

This is probably the first time I posted in pinoy drums. Pa welcome naman guys! lol
I have experience with recordings, so I am pretty excited to get an e drums. No more 1 by 1 midi input for me!

Anyways. No, I am not a drummer at all but I wanna learn so please excuse any ignorance.
The only space is at my condo so I want it to be quiet. I dont plan to move around gigging with it. So the module wont be that important except sending signals to my PC cause I'm gona be using it with ezdrummer or addictive drums

After a few research, my budget can stretch between Alesis DM10 mesh or the KAT KT3.

Of course the more pads the merrier, hence my choices. Needs to be sensitive to catch the velocity and the kick can fit double pedals.

Based on the youtube demos, I like the Alesis DM10 better. Seems to be more humanized than the KAT KT3.
However, that is probably due to demos which do not justify which one sounds or more capable than the other.
KAT KT3 also looks nice but it is newer and almost the same price range of the DM10

Ano sa tingin niyo sa dalawa? May iba pa ba kayong suggestions maliban dyan na kasing presyo or mas mura?

meron dati nagpasok ng 2box dito try mo isearch kung nandito pa. taga mindanao yata.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on August 01, 2016, 04:34:20 PM
Planning to buy E-drums. Nahihiya na ako sa kapit bahay namin. Hehehe. What are your suggestions? Okay ba and Medeli DD518dx? Any pros and cons about this product? Thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on August 01, 2016, 05:00:52 PM
Planning to buy E-drums. Nahihiya na ako sa kapit bahay namin. Hehehe. What are your suggestions? Okay ba and Medeli DD518dx? Any pros and cons about this product? Thanks!

naka dd518DX ako paps. okay naman, yung bass drum pad, nilagyan ko ng maraming basahan sa loob para makuha yung feel ng totoong bass drum hahaha.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on August 01, 2016, 05:01:57 PM
Cons would be the rubber insulation on the rims para bawas ingay.heavy hitter ako so mejo nagwiwither na yung pads lalo an yung sa snare, abuso kasi ako sa rimshot hahahaha. other than, all good naman!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on August 07, 2016, 09:18:31 PM
naka dd518DX ako paps. okay naman, yung bass drum pad, nilagyan ko ng maraming basahan sa loob para makuha yung feel ng totoong bass drum hahaha.

Ayos! Magkano score mo sir? Nakita ko kasi sa TMS around 44k+ sya.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on August 08, 2016, 10:31:59 AM
Ayos! Magkano score mo sir? Nakita ko kasi sa TMS around 44k+ sya.

nakuha ko ng mga 39k nung sale nila. hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on August 10, 2016, 09:26:55 PM
nakuha ko ng mga 39k nung sale nila. hahaha

Waaaaah! Aantayin ko nalang na mag sale sila ng ganyan ulit! Hahaha.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on August 11, 2016, 08:48:43 AM
Waaaaah! Aantayin ko nalang na mag sale sila ng ganyan ulit! Hahaha.

oo paps, post xmas sale ko ito nakuha hahaha dami ko pang pakiusap non (binayaran ko sa TMS alabang, pero sa Cubao ko pinickup., 30%cash, tapos 70% credit card on installment) hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on August 20, 2016, 04:54:00 PM
oo paps, post xmas sale ko ito nakuha hahaha dami ko pang pakiusap non (binayaran ko sa TMS alabang, pero sa Cubao ko pinickup., 30%cash, tapos 70% credit card on installment) hahaha

Sobrang mura at sulit! Yung promo nila kasi ngayon na may kasamang headphones 46k tapos straight cash or card payment lang. Abanagan ko nalang yang ganyan sale sir! Hehe.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on September 08, 2016, 04:17:48 PM
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?

(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14249991_1190880250985379_313278033902018695_o.jpg)

Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.
(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14231927_1190884404318297_8080129301160402734_o.jpg)

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on September 09, 2016, 12:13:46 AM
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?

(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14249991_1190880250985379_313278033902018695_o.jpg)

Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.
(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14231927_1190884404318297_8080129301160402734_o.jpg)

Drooling - - - as long felt sir oks yan, pero mas ok kung lagyan mo sya ng konting rubber protector pero wag masyado makapal para hindi ka mag adjust
ng sensitivity ng pad.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on September 09, 2016, 02:40:29 AM
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?

(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14249991_1190880250985379_313278033902018695_o.jpg)

Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.
(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14231927_1190884404318297_8080129301160402734_o.jpg)

First, congrats on your new electric kit.
Home friendly talaga kasi hindi kalakasan ang volume. Wala kang maiistorbo, kasama man sa bahay o kapitbahay. Kahit anong oras pwede mag practice.

Second, newbie sa drums sir?
May I know what makes you decide to choose for an electric kit over an acoustic kit?
Kasi baka manibago ka pag actual kit na ginagamit mo. Iba feel pag pinapalo ang e-kit sa real drum heads talaga eh.
But nevertheless, e-kit is one of the nice to have instrument. Tuloy tuloy lang learning ng walang naiistorbo.

Third, peds in the pic is an old model of Gibraltar 5611db or 6611db with Pearl Quadbeater beaters.
Di naman siguro masisira yan. I believe the manufacturer of e-kits anticipated the pounding it will bear. So, di naman siguro sila gagawa ng alanganin. But, of course, in the long run, it will experience wear and tear rin. Lahat naman ng gamit eh. Palitan mo siguro yung beaters ng mga mas malambot pang klase.

Enjoy your new gear.

"One thing we hate as drummers, we buy it to hit it." :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on September 09, 2016, 03:03:18 AM
First, congrats on your new electric kit.
Home friendly talaga kasi hindi kalakasan ang volume. Wala kang maiistorbo, kasama man sa bahay o kapitbahay. Kahit anong oras pwede mag practice.

Second, newbie sa drums sir?
May I know what makes you decide to choose for an electric kit over an acoustic kit?
Kasi baka manibago ka pag actual kit na ginagamit mo. Iba feel pag pinapalo ang e-kit sa real drum heads talaga eh.
But nevertheless, e-kit is one of the nice to have instrument. Tuloy tuloy lang learning ng walang naiistorbo.

Third, peds in the pic is an old model of Gibraltar 5611db or 6611db with Pearl Quadbeater beaters.
Di naman siguro masisira yan. I believe the manufacturer of e-kits anticipated the pounding it will bear. So, di naman siguro sila gagawa ng alanganin. But, of course, in the long run, it will experience wear and tear rin. Lahat naman ng gamit eh. Palitan mo siguro yung beaters ng mga mas malambot pang klase.

Enjoy your new gear.

"One thing we hate as drummers, we buy it to hit it." :eek:

Thanks! Yes. Absolute noob here. As in I never had a kit before. Reason being is Im really a guitarist.
I sometimes record my own stuff and covers. But some drums software are way too perfect, fake and un-humanized. Tapos mahirap mag isip ng pattern using computer software.
So I thought if I can do it using my own hands an feet.
I am also not gigging anymore so I am just a hobbyist. Hind na talaga mawawala ang pagiging musikero sa sistema natin. Naisip ko never too late to play drums. And I dont have exercise anymore haha. Kanina ang sarap pawisan habang nag eenjoy sa ginagawa mo.. Feeling ko kanina ang gaan ng kamay ko at ng rib part ko.
And I think it would be a great achievement personally if I learn a new instrument.

My band and I are still in contact though. I told them I have this kit now and I plan to finish our album ourselves this time.

So marami raming reason para magkaroon ng e-drums hehe

I think e drums can still teach me how to learn the basics of drumming and exercise the pattern skill same as having an acoustic kit. The feel of the hit may be different. But I think I can still incorporate it when the time I hit the studio again. Pero by that time, baka gitarista na naman ako haha.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on September 09, 2016, 03:34:03 AM
Thanks! Yes. Absolute noob here. As in I never had a kit before. Reason being is Im really a guitarist.
I sometimes record my own stuff and covers. But some drums software are way too perfect, fake and un-humanized. Tapos mahirap mag isip ng pattern using computer software.
So I thought if I can do it using my own hands an feet.
I am also not gigging anymore so I am just a hobbyist. Hind na talaga mawawala ang pagiging musikero sa sistema natin. Naisip ko never too late to play drums. And I dont have exercise anymore haha. Kanina ang sarap pawisan habang nag eenjoy sa ginagawa mo.. Feeling ko kanina ang gaan ng kamay ko at ng rib part ko.
And I think it would be a great achievement personally if I learn a new instrument.

My band and I are still in contact though. I told them I have this kit now and I plan to finish our album ourselves this time.

So marami raming reason para magkaroon ng e-drums hehe

I think e drums can still teach me how to learn the basics of drumming and exercise the pattern skill same as having an acoustic kit. The feel of the hit may be different. But I think I can still incorporate it when the time I hit the studio again. Pero by that time, baka gitarista na naman ako haha.

Ahohohoy! Guitarist entering the drumming world. Enjoy the ride! Masarap yan, garantisado. Ako naman, pa-exit na sa drums, going to the guitars naman. Due to medical reasons, hearing to be specific.

Anyway, baka magkasundo tayo dito. Haha! Exchanging of the learnings we've learned with regards to our role as musicians. Ako naman si Noob guitarist. As in olats. But patiently learning, willing to rose from this instrument. Kahit late bloomer.

Masarap na di mawala ang pagiging musiko sa sistema naten. At oo naman, never too late talaga to learn something new. Hanggang sa pagtanda na yan. Words to live by.

Yup, magagawa pa rin naman pattern skills sa e-drums. After all, muscle memory lang naman talaga labanan sa pagiging drummer, lalo na ang pagiging time keeper ng banda. It's just that, the natural bounce, wrist and finger skills you need to apply may be a bit compromised as the batter head you're gonna hit is slightly different from the real one.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on September 09, 2016, 03:45:41 AM
Ahohohoy! Guitarist entering the drumming world. Enjoy the ride! Masarap yan, garantisado. Ako naman, pa-exit na sa drums, going to the guitars naman. Due to medical reasons, hearing to be specific.

Anyway, baka magkasundo tayo dito. Haha! Exchanging of the learnings we've learned with regards to our role as musicians. Ako naman si Noob guitarist. As in olats. But patiently learning, willing to rose from this instrument. Kahit late bloomer.

Masarap na di mawala ang pagiging musiko sa sistema naten. At oo naman, never too late talaga to learn something new. Hanggang sa pagtanda na yan. Words to live by.

Yup, magagawa pa rin naman pattern skills sa e-drums. After all, muscle memory lang naman talaga labanan sa pagiging drummer, lalo na ang pagiging time keeper ng banda. It's just that, the natural bounce, wrist and finger skills you need to apply may be a bit compromised as the batter head you're gonna hit is slightly different from the real one.



Haha nice! Good luck!
Based on what I know, mas magastos ang pagiging gitarista. Kung hindi ka nakukuntento sa tunog. Haha lagi ka papalit palit ng gamit hindi tulad ng pagiging drummer. Mas madalas namin sabihin ang "Gas attack"
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: cameltoe on September 13, 2016, 09:26:33 AM
May alam kayo na mabibilhan ng e-bassdrum?salamat

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 13, 2016, 09:30:11 AM
Haha nice! Good luck!
Based on what I know, mas magastos ang pagiging gitarista. Kung hindi ka nakukuntento sa tunog. Haha lagi ka papalit palit ng gamit hindi tulad ng pagiging drummer. Mas madalas namin sabihin ang "Gas attack"

I agree. hahaha mas mahal lang ang gamit ng drummer, pero once you get the good ones (usually mga highend stuff), tapos na gas attack. hahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on September 13, 2016, 10:43:42 PM
First ever kit. Still learning like a child
GF bought me sticks weeks before the kit arrives. Medyo nararamdaman ko na nasasaktan un mga pads. so I did a quick search at dapat pala nylon ang tip  :eek:

Question: I borrowed the double peds in the picture. Di ko alam model. Pero kung nakikita niyo, is that ok for the bass? Hindi masisira ung bass pad?

(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14249991_1190880250985379_313278033902018695_o.jpg)

Also got my self a Pro-X Hi Hat pero wala pa ko stand.
(https://scontent.fmnl4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/14231927_1190884404318297_8080129301160402734_o.jpg)

Eto yung bagong labas ng JB Music diba? nakita ko to sa store nila sa ATC. Ganda ng mesh pads panalo. Congrats paps!

I agree. hahaha mas mahal lang ang gamit ng drummer, pero once you get the good ones (usually mga highend stuff), tapos na gas attack. hahaha

Yes. but on the other hand, isang cymbals minsan ka-presyo ng ilang stomp box or sometimes the price of the whole pedal board! Hahaha! pag nagstart na ang GAS, hirap na pigilan! Hahaha!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on September 13, 2016, 11:42:44 PM
I agree. hahaha mas mahal lang ang gamit ng drummer, pero once you get the good ones (usually mga highend stuff), tapos na gas attack. hahaha

Yes. but on the other hand, isang cymbals minsan ka-presyo ng ilang stomp box or sometimes the price of the whole pedal board! Hahaha! pag nagstart na ang GAS, hirap na pigilan! Hahaha!

Sakit nateng lahat yung GAS!!! :eek:

Inang yan ang hirap pigilan! Kahit anong tingin ko online ng remedyo para mabawasan tong kabaliwan na to, wala pa rin. Bumabalik at bumabalik pa rin tawag ng GAS :cry:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 14, 2016, 10:21:29 AM
Eto yung bagong labas ng JB Music diba? nakita ko to sa store nila sa ATC. Ganda ng mesh pads panalo. Congrats paps!

Yes. but on the other hand, isang cymbals minsan ka-presyo ng ilang stomp box or sometimes the price of the whole pedal board! Hahaha! pag nagstart na ang GAS, hirap na pigilan! Hahaha!


trulalu. 1 HHX ride equals 1 decent bare bones pedal board. hahahaha
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on September 19, 2016, 02:42:26 PM
sir if using felt beaters sa mesh head gamitan nyo ng bass pad para di mag himulmol ung mesh. Same reason why nylon tips ginagamit sa other pads :) I use an evans EQ clear patch double on mine.

Good looking kit by the way, nagdadalawang isip pa ko if kukuha ako ng pro-x hat, di kasi maganda review lalo na integration sa VST.

I have roughly the same kit DM10X hehehe

(http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/g0d5_g1ft/20150615_124805_zpsv5cucvst.jpg)

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on September 19, 2016, 09:23:18 PM
sir if using felt beaters sa mesh head gamitan nyo ng bass pad para di mag himulmol ung mesh. Same reason why nylon tips ginagamit sa other pads :) I use an evans EQ clear patch double on mine.

Good looking kit by the way, nagdadalawang isip pa ko if kukuha ako ng pro-x hat, di kasi maganda review lalo na integration sa VST.

I have roughly the same kit DM10X hehehe

(http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/g0d5_g1ft/20150615_124805_zpsv5cucvst.jpg)

Nice kit you have there. Unli drumming all night! :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on September 20, 2016, 11:05:03 PM
sir if using felt beaters sa mesh head gamitan nyo ng bass pad para di mag himulmol ung mesh. Same reason why nylon tips ginagamit sa other pads :) I use an evans EQ clear patch double on mine.

Good looking kit by the way, nagdadalawang isip pa ko if kukuha ako ng pro-x hat, di kasi maganda review lalo na integration sa VST.

I have roughly the same kit DM10X hehehe

(http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/g0d5_g1ft/20150615_124805_zpsv5cucvst.jpg)

Ano kaya mas sulit between  Medeli DD518dx and Alesis DM10x? Anyone?  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on September 21, 2016, 10:54:30 AM
Ano kaya mas sulit between  Medeli DD518dx and Alesis DM10x? Anyone?  :-D

AFAIK, medeli din ang gumagawa kay alesis so, mejo parehas lang siguro sila in terms of durability.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on September 22, 2016, 01:23:40 AM
AFAIK, medeli din ang gumagawa kay alesis so, mejo parehas lang siguro sila in terms of durability.

Sabagay parehas naman silang mesh. Sa module nalang siguro nagkatalo tong dalawa.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on October 17, 2016, 10:18:59 PM
May Alesis Crimson na ba dito sa Pinas? Saw a lot of good reviews from it. Maganda pa daw sa DM10 na Mesh kit.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ermonski on October 18, 2016, 01:00:43 AM
Hello. Aspiring drummer here.

Ask ko lang if ok yung mga Medeli or Yamaha DD-65 for home use, rehearsal, jam and occasional recordings?

Matibay naman ba? Ok din ba feel nung pedals niya? thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on October 18, 2016, 09:52:10 AM
Hello. Aspiring drummer here.

Ask ko lang if ok yung mga Medeli or Yamaha DD-65 for home use, rehearsal, jam and occasional recordings?

Matibay naman ba? Ok din ba feel nung pedals niya? thanks!

pwede na for jam and small gigs. I wouldn't use it for recording dahil limited lang ang capabilities nito, lalo na sa pedals. the pedals are just unlatching pedals and not actual drum pedals so there is virtually no feel.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ermonski on October 18, 2016, 06:43:25 PM
pwede na for jam and small gigs. I wouldn't use it for recording dahil limited lang ang capabilities nito, lalo na sa pedals. the pedals are just unlatching pedals and not actual drum pedals so there is virtually no feel.

Well I'm not really looking for the "real drum kit feel" since I just want something to fool around with and practice my rhythm with. And I'm just a guitar player occasionally playing as a substitute drummer for another band for the meantime. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on October 19, 2016, 09:32:54 AM
Well I'm not really looking for the "real drum kit feel" since I just want something to fool around with and practice my rhythm with. And I'm just a guitar player occasionally playing as a substitute drummer for another band for the meantime. :)

if its for a quick fix for drums (i.e. something to hit with actual drum sounds) this works wonders. I learned how to play on a Yamaha DD55. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on November 21, 2016, 09:36:25 AM
(http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w213/reyana02/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161121_074742_1_zps9m2udi3x.jpg) (http://s177.photobucket.com/user/reyana02/media/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161121_074742_1_zps9m2udi3x.jpg.html)


Finally got my alesis dm7x last weekend. Medjo nahirapan sa pag map sa superior drummer pero worth it.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 21, 2016, 10:02:09 AM
(http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w213/reyana02/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161121_074742_1_zps9m2udi3x.jpg) (http://s177.photobucket.com/user/reyana02/media/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161121_074742_1_zps9m2udi3x.jpg.html)


Finally got my alesis dm7x last weekend. Medjo nahirapan sa pag map sa superior drummer pero worth it.

tiyaga tiyaga lang paps! tapos save preset agad!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on November 21, 2016, 11:12:10 AM
tiyaga tiyaga lang paps! tapos save preset agad!

Nasave ko na, mga 3am knina. Medjo nahihirapan lang ako
sa kick drum lalo na kapag naka double pedal yung set up.
Any ideas kung saan makakabili ng kick pedal similar sa
dm7x? Or kahit yung sa ringway, ilalagay ko lang
To make it my slave pedal.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 21, 2016, 11:52:20 AM
Nasave ko na, mga 3am knina. Medjo nahihirapan lang ako
sa kick drum lalo na kapag naka double pedal yung set up.
Any ideas kung saan makakabili ng kick pedal similar sa
dm7x? Or kahit yung sa ringway, ilalagay ko lang
To make it my slave pedal.

palit ka nalang ng bass drum trigger paps para pwede ka magkabit ng double pedal. pwede na yun ung sa ringway.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on November 21, 2016, 11:02:36 PM
(http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w213/reyana02/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161121_074742_1_zps9m2udi3x.jpg) (http://s177.photobucket.com/user/reyana02/media/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161121_074742_1_zps9m2udi3x.jpg.html)


Finally got my alesis dm7x last weekend. Medjo nahirapan sa pag map sa superior drummer pero worth it.

Congrats paps! Enjoy!

San yung bass pad? Di pa nakakabit?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on November 22, 2016, 03:12:12 AM
naka stealth kick paps, so hindi yung regular na pad for kick drums. Anyqays, may nakita akong roland pd8 sa mga fb pages, oks kaya yun as pad for my bass?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 22, 2016, 09:56:36 AM
naka stealth kick paps, so hindi yung regular na pad for kick drums. Anyqays, may nakita akong roland pd8 sa mga fb pages, oks kaya yun as pad for my bass?

wont work paps. walang kakabitan.

KD-9 ang hanap mo.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on December 09, 2016, 01:45:01 AM
Sharing my experience.

Im using the dm7x to control superior drummer 2 on sonar x3. But the daw hangs when im recording with plug ins on. But it works fine without it. I just upgraded my ram to 6gb. Im thinking it could be the cable or the laptop itself.

Your thoughts?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on December 09, 2016, 10:05:36 AM
Sharing my experience.

Im using the dm7x to control superior drummer 2 on sonar x3. But the daw hangs when im recording with plug ins on. But it works fine without it. I just upgraded my ram to 6gb. Im thinking it could be the cable or the laptop itself.

Your thoughts?

what is your laptop's processor? its not only the ram. SD uses a lot of processing power.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on December 09, 2016, 04:29:02 PM
what is your laptop's processor? its not only the ram. SD uses a lot of processing power.

Running on I3 chief.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on December 11, 2016, 11:52:06 AM
I'm looking forward to buy my first e-kit this Xmas. My choices are Alesis Crimson kit and Medeli DD518x. Which is better? I need your help guys. Both are a bit pricey Ayoko magkamali sa pagbili. Hehe. Salamat!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on December 12, 2016, 10:08:23 AM
Running on I3 chief.

ayan nga. mahihirapan ka talaga mag run ng multiple VSTs, lalo na VSTs like SD. lakas sa processing power niyan. at least an i5 will make things work.

I'm looking forward to buy my first e-kit this Xmas. My choices are Alesis Crimson kit and Medeli DD518x. Which is better? I need your help guys. Both are a bit pricey Ayoko magkamali sa pagbili. Hehe. Salamat!

go for the crimson. then again, medeli din ang gumawa ng pads ni alesis so, eitherway would be fine I guess.

DD518 user here :D baka gusto mo bilhin nalang sakin hahaha!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 12, 2016, 10:06:01 PM
Running on I3 chief.

more processors needed, not RAM hehehe

workaround is to render or freeze tracks so it will create a mixed down version of each track or stem then the vsts will be disabled for these tracks. then do your new tracks. unfreeze the tracks again if you want to change settings then freeze them again afterwards. non-destructive naman yan.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: kevzkie024 on December 12, 2016, 11:50:55 PM
ayan nga. mahihirapan ka talaga mag run ng multiple VSTs, lalo na VSTs like SD. lakas sa processing power niyan. at least an i5 will make things work.

go for the crimson. then again, medeli din ang gumawa ng pads ni alesis so, eitherway would be fine I guess.

DD518 user here :D baka gusto mo bilhin nalang sakin hahaha!

Paps! HM dd518x mo? Pm mo sakin! Mas marami kasi cymbal pads yun. yun lang ang dahilan kung bakit ako napapaisip sa medeli. Pero crimson talaga ang ganda kasi pati reviews.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powghi on December 13, 2016, 05:59:41 AM
Mga boss. Sino based dito sa hk? Meron ba kayo alam nabibilan dito ng ribbons? Yung head kasi ng drums ko sira ribbon.


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: powghi on December 13, 2016, 06:14:45 AM
(http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20161212/5a1a80f40ed3a01e50db2958893e06a7.jpg)


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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on December 13, 2016, 10:26:52 PM
more processors needed, not RAM hehehe

workaround is to render or freeze tracks so it will create a mixed down version of each track or stem then the vsts will be disabled for these tracks. then do your new tracks. unfreeze the tracks again if you want to change settings then freeze them again afterwards. non-destructive naman yan.

After countless youtube videos, i was able to fix the issue by working
on mixing rather than plug ins.

Isang malaking HAAAYYYYY SA WAKAS.

Sounds better now. Most importantly the pads sensitivity.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ermonski on December 20, 2016, 05:16:49 PM
Hello folks!

Meron bang shop na nagbebenta ng drum kits by module/part?

I'm looking for an Alesis kick drum trigger to use on my Medeli DD315, as well as a hi-hat pedal. Thanks! :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 21, 2016, 09:54:14 PM
try mo sa music source
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ermonski on December 28, 2016, 05:19:44 PM
try mo sa music source

unfortunately hindi daw sila nagbebenta ng separate drum modules.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on December 30, 2016, 11:31:32 PM
Hello folks!

Meron bang shop na nagbebenta ng drum kits by module/part?

I'm looking for an Alesis kick drum trigger to use on my Medeli DD315, as well as a hi-hat pedal. Thanks! :)

Try mo sa sweelee https://www.sweelee.com.sg/roland-kd-9-kick-pad.html (https://www.sweelee.com.sg/roland-kd-9-kick-pad.html)
been a customer here for several times and recently bought roland kd120 as an upgrade for td15kv.
mas mura pa at mabilis dito kesa magpa order ka sa yupangco.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Vdrums Freak on January 20, 2017, 12:57:29 PM
New electronic drum kits at Winter NAMM 2017

Alesis Strike Pro
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ATV aD5 Kit
(https://www.vdrums.com/filedata/fetch?id=1147603&d=1484850322)
(https://www.vdrums.com/filedata/fetch?id=1147593&d=1484849753)
(https://www.vdrums.com/filedata/fetch?id=1147591&d=1484849745)
(https://www.vdrums.com/filedata/fetch?id=1147590&d=1484849733)
(https://www.vdrums.com/filedata/fetch?id=1147588&d=1484849724)



Pearl Micmic Pro
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Roland TD50KV
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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on February 11, 2017, 06:56:38 AM
Konting upgrade pa!

(http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w213/reyana02/Mobile%20Uploads/PicsArt_02-11-01.07.42_zps1vdlwxbz.jpg) (http://s177.photobucket.com/user/reyana02/media/Mobile%20Uploads/PicsArt_02-11-01.07.42_zps1vdlwxbz.jpg.html)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on February 16, 2017, 04:35:19 PM
May nakagamit na ba nung hitman drums dito? Specifically HD-10?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: zuluwashere on March 31, 2017, 07:16:11 AM
hi guys! may problema ako sa td82 ko, bale sinubukan ko siyang iconnect sa laptop (win 10) through usb pero hindi siya nadedetect, although nung sinubukan kong iconnect sa isang laptop (win 7) e ok naman, ano po kaya ang problema mga sir? working naman ang mga usb port ng laptop?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on April 01, 2017, 04:58:38 AM
hi guys! may problema ako sa td82 ko, bale sinubukan ko siyang iconnect sa laptop (win 10) through usb pero hindi siya nadedetect, although nung sinubukan kong iconnect sa isang laptop (win 7) e ok naman, ano po kaya ang problema mga sir? working naman ang mga usb port ng laptop?

sa hardwares chief, lumalabas ba na unrecognized? feeling ko need mo mag download ng drivers for win 10 lalo na kung walang unrecognized error na lumalabas.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Drummeroo on April 01, 2017, 01:53:34 PM
Konting upgrade pa!

(http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w213/reyana02/Mobile%20Uploads/PicsArt_02-11-01.07.42_zps1vdlwxbz.jpg) (http://s177.photobucket.com/user/reyana02/media/Mobile%20Uploads/PicsArt_02-11-01.07.42_zps1vdlwxbz.jpg.html)

drive thru, ang gara!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: zuluwashere on April 01, 2017, 02:26:39 PM
sa hardwares chief, lumalabas ba na unrecognized? feeling ko need mo mag download ng drivers for win 10 lalo na kung walang unrecognized error na lumalabas.

salamat sa reply sir! walang unrecognized error na lumalabas sir.. try ko maghanap ng drivers mamaya
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on April 02, 2017, 11:47:06 PM
salamat sa reply sir! walang unrecognized error na lumalabas sir.. try ko maghanap ng drivers mamaya

bad news ata chief: https://www.vdrums.com/forum/advanced/technical/1118609-windows-10-drivers/page2
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dexgo on April 06, 2017, 06:17:47 AM
Good day, sirs. Here's my 6y/o aspiring drummer with his Yamaha DTX400k kit (with minor upgrades).

Dahil uso ang Coldplay sa Pinas ngayon, this is his cover:

Medyo conscious pa pag may camera.

Advantage talaga ang e-kit pag nag aaral pa lang ang bata. Maginhawa sa tenga  :-D
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on April 06, 2017, 09:28:32 PM
Good day, sirs. Here's my 6y/o aspiring drummer with his Yamaha DTX400k kit (with minor upgrades).

Dahil uso ang Coldplay sa Pinas ngayon, this is his cover:

Medyo conscious pa pag may camera.

Advantage talaga ang e-kit pag nag aaral pa lang ang bata. Maginhawa sa tenga  :-D

Nice. yung anak ko nagiging wild pag nakaka upo sa throne. Bruno Mars pa ang gustong paluan.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: dexgo on April 07, 2017, 04:51:34 PM
Yun nga ang unang dapat itrain sa kanila. Self control pag nakaharap sa drums. Hehehe
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: project on April 11, 2017, 04:26:20 AM
Pashare:

(https://scontent-hkg3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/17883819_1678837322130824_802494171599783962_n.jpg?oh=000c310b15e8fbd66858f226b2cc5a27&oe=5997A389)

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on April 11, 2017, 05:20:17 AM
Pashare:

(https://scontent-hkg3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/17883819_1678837322130824_802494171599783962_n.jpg?oh=000c310b15e8fbd66858f226b2cc5a27&oe=5997A389)

saw you selling that in the fb page. what's the size of the ride? is that dual zone?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: andressito on April 15, 2017, 01:22:12 AM
Galing ng set up!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: ronald_rko on April 17, 2017, 04:26:19 PM
mga bro ask ko lang pano paganahin ung ezdrummer / addictive drums sa alesis edrum via midi cable ? :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on April 17, 2017, 06:39:48 PM
Is it normal na hindi talaga responsive ang drum roll sa edrums?
Or may kelangan lang ako iset?

Using Alesis DM10
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on April 17, 2017, 11:34:50 PM
mga bro ask ko lang pano paganahin ung ezdrummer / addictive drums sa alesis edrum via midi cable ? :)

first, make sure that your computer/laptop has a midi input or interface na may midi input. then open your software, and look for the ekit, then program it.
Then youtube can answer and guide you with most of your questions.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on April 17, 2017, 11:37:05 PM
Is it normal na hindi talaga responsive ang drum roll sa edrums?
Or may kelangan lang ako iset?

Using Alesis DM10

sensitivity? I guess, when you hit them, kahit ilang times mo ihit, isang sound lang na proproduce? tama ba?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on April 18, 2017, 12:53:00 AM
sensitivity? I guess, when you hit them, kahit ilang times mo ihit, isang sound lang na proproduce? tama ba?

retrigger and threshold
Napag laruan ko na. Pero hindi ko maproduce na parang real snare
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: pao2pao16 on April 18, 2017, 01:39:41 AM
Ok na pala. Kelangan ko lang iadjust ung curve
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: omitot on April 21, 2017, 10:05:26 AM
Is it normal na hindi talaga responsive ang drum roll sa edrums?
Or may kelangan lang ako iset?

Using Alesis DM10

magkano score mo sir sa DM10? and where? thanks!
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 21, 2017, 08:31:28 PM
Is it normal na hindi talaga responsive ang drum roll sa edrums?
Or may kelangan lang ako iset?

Using Alesis DM10

may kailangan ka iset: pad sensivity, even volume. not just on one pad. it has to balance with all the other pads too if there is a crosstalk setting.

my old roland td4k took me 1 month to learn and get the 'studio' patch to sound and feel how i wanted it to. then yung ibang patches became easier to tweak.

this is the reason why i went back to acoustic drums. no electronic drum will sound or feel good without tweaking - yes this is true even for the most expensive, high end models.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Drummeroo on May 31, 2017, 07:21:01 AM
may kailangan ka iset: pad sensivity, even volume. not just on one pad. it has to balance with all the other pads too if there is a crosstalk setting.

my old roland td4k took me 1 month to learn and get the 'studio' patch to sound and feel how i wanted it to. then yung ibang patches became easier to tweak.

this is the reason why i went back to acoustic drums. no electronic drum will sound or feel good without tweaking - yes this is true even for the most expensive, high end models.
Kaya ayoko ng electronic drums eh. Parang laruan lang. Walang reality well for me.

Sa church ko before were using TD11KV. Maganda lang output. Di mo na kailangang magtono. May feel naman siya and interaction like acoustic drum since mesh head pero iba yung feel. Madali ma peke ang hits mo. Sa acoustic hindi. Especially cymbals
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on May 31, 2017, 10:58:26 PM
Kaya ayoko ng electronic drums eh. Parang laruan lang. Walang reality well for me.

Sa church ko before were using TD11KV. Maganda lang output. Di mo na kailangang magtono. May feel naman siya and interaction like acoustic drum since mesh head pero iba yung feel. Madali ma peke ang hits mo. Sa acoustic hindi. Especially cymbals

theres no question about those cymbal pads. pero baka the cymbals from zildjian can help. mahal lang kasi.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Drummeroo on June 01, 2017, 07:28:33 AM
theres no question about those cymbal pads. pero baka the cymbals from zildjian can help. mahal lang kasi.
Gen 16 is a good replacement sa electronic pads. Dami pang choices ng tunog. Mahal lang talaga
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 01, 2017, 12:31:53 PM
Gen 16 is a good replacement sa electronic pads. Dami pang choices ng tunog. Mahal lang talaga

negatib ako jan sa Gen16. walang usable sounds. hindi pa pwede gamitin to trigger a VSt </3
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 01, 2017, 02:00:49 PM
Parang walang bell ung e-kit ko.    Or baka kelangan ko pa iexplore sa setup? Baka alam nyo po. Ringway td82

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 01, 2017, 02:38:42 PM
Parang walang bell ung e-kit ko.    Or baka kelangan ko pa iexplore sa setup? Baka alam nyo po. Ringway td82

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walang bell yan.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 01, 2017, 02:54:43 PM
walang bell yan.
Thanks

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 01, 2017, 10:18:05 PM
negatib ako jan sa Gen16. walang usable sounds. hindi pa pwede gamitin to trigger a VSt </3

nakita ko nga to.
http://www.drumforum.org/index.php?/topic/101878-zildjian-gen-16-worst-idea-ever/page-2

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Drummeroo on June 02, 2017, 07:07:28 AM
nakita ko nga to.
http://www.drumforum.org/index.php?/topic/101878-zildjian-gen-16-worst-idea-ever/page-2
Aw shiyet. Oo nga ngayon lang ako nagbasa ng reviews. Dami rin issue sa sustain at sa nipis pag monitor.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 05, 2017, 02:29:54 PM
nakita ko nga to.
http://www.drumforum.org/index.php?/topic/101878-zildjian-gen-16-worst-idea-ever/page-2



oo paps. :( nakagamit ako neto sobrang walang saysay :(

Aw shiyet. Oo nga ngayon lang ako nagbasa ng reviews. Dami rin issue sa sustain at sa nipis pag monitor.


VSTi all the way talaga
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 09, 2017, 10:19:57 AM
Magkano nga kaya ang mga ringway sa market? Yung td82 ko kasi parang a bit higher lang sa factory price ko nakuha. 

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 10, 2017, 06:22:21 PM
Medyo OT lang.

Anong gamit nyo to lessen the vibration coming from your ekit?
Carpet lang ba? Worried ako kasi baka maistorbo ko yung kids while sleeping.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 11, 2017, 01:19:27 PM
Planning to buy an e drum kit for my brother (acoustic drums wont do since we live in a shared apartment)
Budget is 40-45k
best sound, durability and feel are main priorities.

Any suggestions mga master?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 11, 2017, 03:27:31 PM
theres a roland kit available at the classifieds.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 11, 2017, 05:07:01 PM
theres a roland kit available at the classifieds.

Sorry I forgot to mention I'll buy it brand new, we live abroad. The price mentioned is the Peso equivalent of my budget
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 11, 2017, 05:25:00 PM
Sorry I forgot to mention I'll buy it brand new, we live abroad. The price mentioned is the Peso equivalent of my budget

Where exactly? If your budget is around 40-45kphp, so its around 900usd. You can get a roland for $1k. But with that budget you can also get an alesis.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 11, 2017, 05:35:39 PM
Where exactly? If your budget is around 40-45kphp, so its around 900usd. You can get a roland for $1k. But with that budget you can also get an alesis.

Hmmm, I read quite a number of bad reviews on Alesis kits so maybe a Roland would be more preferable. Any specific Roland model? I don't mind the additional 100USD stretch
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 11, 2017, 06:02:31 PM
Hmmm, I read quite a number of bad reviews on Alesis kits so maybe a Roland would be more preferable. Any specific Roland model? I don't mind the additional 100USD stretch

Alesis is fine (as long as you use it for Superior drummer). That's what I use :) anyways, the td-11k fits your budget:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/drums-percussion/roland-td-11k-s-v-compact-series-electronic-v-drum-kit

Oks yan. Used 1 for a couple of months.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 11, 2017, 08:07:41 PM
Ang chalap magkabudget ng ganyan!! Just to share, though walang panama kay roland, i got my td82 for only 12,500 - but this is brand new kaya happy na rin

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: BAMF on June 12, 2017, 03:32:13 AM
Ringway TD92 :-)

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 12, 2017, 12:15:56 PM
Alesis is fine (as long as you use it for Superior drummer). That's what I use :) anyways, the td-11k fits your budget:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/drums-percussion/roland-td-11k-s-v-compact-series-electronic-v-drum-kit

Oks yan. Used 1 for a couple of months.

Read reviews and watched youtube videos on the TD-11k, mostly positive experiences for the owners, a lot of them also "upgraded" from an Alesis kit
Thanks for the advice
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 12, 2017, 12:30:50 PM
Ang chalap magkabudget ng ganyan!! Just to share, though walang panama kay roland, i got my td82 for only 12,500 - but this is brand new kaya happy na rin

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The budget is half savings and half financed through a credit card  :-P
Magkano ba yun TD92? I'm thinking to buy the best kit my budget can buy that's why have it that high.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 12, 2017, 06:42:59 PM
The budget is half savings and half financed through a credit card  :-P
Magkano ba yun TD92? I'm thinking to buy the best kit my budget can buy that's why have it that high.
Cguro 18 to 25 yung td92.  Yung td82 ko cguro dapat 14 to 18 e thats why i feel happy to have it 12500. Goodluck po on your search to have the best kit. I have noticed brands named thomson tsaka behringer, but i dont know how good.

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 13, 2017, 02:08:31 AM
do not waste your money on these brands: ringway, thomson,behringer. the price is low but the quality isnt that good.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 13, 2017, 05:26:27 AM
do not waste your money on these brands: ringway, thomson,behringer. the price is low but the quality isnt that good.
I actually have seen a behringer of about 29k and a thomson of about 59k.

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 13, 2017, 06:45:51 AM
I actually have seen a behringer of about 29k and a thomson of about 59k.

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a thomson for 59k?  :eek:
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 13, 2017, 12:04:45 PM
a thomson for 59k?  :eek:
Yeah but they would discount more.than half... hehehe

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 13, 2017, 12:54:40 PM
do not waste your money on these brands: ringway, thomson,behringer. the price is low but the quality isnt that good.

Quality overall? or is it specific to sound, durability or feels plastic?
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 13, 2017, 01:48:18 PM
Quality overall? or is it specific to sound, durability or feels plastic?

everything. parts, contruction, sounds. its a toy.

Yeah but they would discount more.than half... hehehe

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wag ka kasi sa lazada tumingin *facepalm*
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 13, 2017, 01:51:27 PM
everything. parts, contruction, sounds. its a toy.

wag ka kasi sa lazada tumingin *facepalm*
Sorry naman nakita ko lang naman e.. but as ive said i dont know about those brands. And i didnt buy mine sa lazada.

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 13, 2017, 01:59:05 PM
Sorry naman nakita ko lang naman e.. but as ive said i dont know about those brands. And i didnt buy mine sa lazada.

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yun na nga point diba, hindi ka sa lazada bumili, so alam mong hindi yan yung totoo niyang presyo.

Read reviews and watched youtube videos on the TD-11k, mostly positive experiences for the owners, a lot of them also "upgraded" from an Alesis kit
Thanks for the advice

I suggest you get the Roland. I have tried different kinds of kits na, high ends of alesis, medeli and Roland. Roland talaga eh. nothing even comes close. </3
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 13, 2017, 02:05:16 PM
yun na nga point diba, hindi ka sa lazada bumili, so alam mong hindi yan yung totoo niyang presyo.

I suggest you get the Roland. I have tried different kinds of kits na, high ends of alesis, medeli and Roland. Roland talaga eh. nothing even comes close. </3
I dont know. Hindi naman kc ako naglalazada. Never bought a thing.

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Jellybean on June 13, 2017, 03:28:20 PM

I suggest you get the Roland. I have tried different kinds of kits na, high ends of alesis, medeli and Roland. Roland talaga eh. nothing even comes close. </3

Hmmm...once I'm free I'll visit the local Roland dealer and check their kits. thanks again for all your inputs
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on June 13, 2017, 06:43:21 PM
Hmmm...once I'm free I'll visit the local Roland dealer and check their kits. thanks again for all your inputs

yeah man. get at least the TD11. the others kasi mejo may disadvantages na (i.e. cannot be played with a double pedal, different pedal orientation, etc.)

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on June 13, 2017, 11:36:12 PM
Quality overall? or is it specific to sound, durability or feels plastic?

even if its cheap, its a waste of money. get the roland. :)
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: yeney_mugc on June 15, 2017, 05:04:16 AM
even if its cheap, its a waste of money. get the roland. :)
Yep. And may budget naman sya. :) Ako kasi tamang pampraktis lang, pangbasa ng nota, at pangsipra lang lalo nat mdami klangan siprahin sa variety. And kaya ko sya nasusulit is dahil hindi maingay. Can play anytime. Hehehe

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Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: CeL1916 on July 18, 2017, 05:45:50 PM
Hmmm, I read quite a number of bad reviews on Alesis kits so maybe a Roland would be more preferable. Any specific Roland model? I don't mind the additional 100USD stretch
I own an alesis dm-6. With drum vsts good na good na for practice and bahay jamming.

For gigging though syempre yung mga high end na.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 18, 2017, 07:54:34 PM
wala ng bango roland sa kin hahaha kasi naman hindi nag iimprove yung sound samples nila. even yamaha on their older dtxpress iv have better natural sounding drums than the td20.

get the pearl mimic pro if you have the budget. much better sounds than roland's current high end td50

sorry bitter lang. last week lang ako ulit nakagamit ng roland at pang 80s pa rin yung samples nila
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 18, 2017, 08:02:54 PM
wala ng bango roland sa kin hahaha kasi naman hindi nag iimprove yung sound samples nila. even yamaha on their older dtxpress iv have better natural sounding drums than the td20.

get the pearl mimic pro if you have the budget. much better sounds than roland's current high end td50

sorry bitter lang. last week lang ako ulit nakagamit ng roland at pang 80s pa rin yung samples nila

I agree. parang medeli lang din na nilagyan ng eq and verb para magtunog hifi pero di talaga.

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 18, 2017, 08:12:19 PM
teka baka sabihin nila tinalikuran ko na roland hahaha. most durable pa rin sa kin roland at yamaha.

pero yung mga bagong entry level ng yamaha mas maganda rin tunog sa roland. tapos yung midlevel ng yamaha mas maganda yung hihat controller.

lalo yata pumangit roland  :-P
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 19, 2017, 10:48:09 AM
teka baka sabihin nila tinalikuran ko na roland hahaha. most durable pa rin sa kin roland at yamaha.

pero yung mga bagong entry level ng yamaha mas maganda rin tunog sa roland. tapos yung midlevel ng yamaha mas maganda yung hihat controller.

lalo yata pumangit roland  :-P
meron bang kit paps na accurate yung pag trigger ng hihat pedal lalo na pag natrigger na sa VSTi (i.e. superior drummer)? problema ko yang hihat pedal eh.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 19, 2017, 08:49:41 PM
pearl mimic pro, roland at yamaha pre na high end module

Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: jake zulueta on July 19, 2017, 09:16:53 PM
meron bang kit paps na accurate yung pag trigger ng hihat pedal lalo na pag natrigger na sa VSTi (i.e. superior drummer)? problema ko yang hihat pedal eh.

anong gamit mong kit paps?
baka makatulong
http://www.graysonkilmer.com/2015/09/03/how-to-setup-the-hi-hat-pedal-in-superior-drummer-2

yun din yung naging problema ko before with this, naging tolerable na sya and naging mas reactive lalo na pag nag cclose and open using the pedal.
Title: Re: Electronic/Digital Drum Equipment Thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on July 20, 2017, 10:59:00 AM
anong gamit mong kit paps?
baka makatulong
http://www.graysonkilmer.com/2015/09/03/how-to-setup-the-hi-hat-pedal-in-superior-drummer-2

yun din yung naging problema ko before with this, naging tolerable na sya and naging mas reactive lalo na pag nag cclose and open using the pedal.

Medeli ako paps. shet. bakit ngayon lang huhuhhu nabenta ko na yung medeli hahaha