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Offline lucy_monostone

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drum machines..
« on: August 24, 2005, 07:49:55 PM »
excuse po.. about sa drum machines.. gumagamit din ba ng mixer yun? or isang cable na lang for LINE-IN katulad sa mga guitars~?

Offline 3rd world order

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« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2005, 08:31:55 AM »
my tagalog sux but i'll give this Q a whirl.

most drum machines don't have an external input so you have to use some kind of mixer.... you can get around this a few ways... if you're monitoring on a bookshelf stereo or something you could use one the left for mono drums and the right for voice/gtr/etc..

or you can get something like an AdrenaLINN that's a combo drum machine & guitar processor/fx/amp simulator.  i keep seeing them for $200 on ebay.

if you want to do anything more complicated than the L/R bookshelf idea you'll probably need a mixer/mbox/etc
aaron

Offline BALDO

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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2006, 02:20:21 PM »
kumporme kung anong drum machine ang inagamit mo at kung gaano kaselan yung sound na hinahanap mo.. me mga drum machine na maraming output ( like a roland R8 na me 8 outputs) ( o alesis na D4 drum sound module) para separated yung sound ex output 1- kick drum 2- snare 3- high hat 4- tom1  5 tom2..get the picture? at me drum machine na stereo output lang ( 2 outs). siyempre kung marami kang outputs e kelangan mo ng mixer at kung kailangan mong " pagandahin" pa yung sound ng drum machine mo like EQ or compression at individual reverbs sa drum sound magagawa mo ito using a mixer. even if it is just stereo and you want to do EQ's compression and putting effects then u do need a mixer.
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