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I'm sure most DAWs are capable of doing this, at least Cubase is. The procedure to create a tempo track from an audio file is: Import Audio Track, set tempo track start tempo to something near the start tempo of the audio/drum track, turn on click, listen to track with click - it will be out of sync Open the Audio event editor by double clicking the audio ...


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If I understand your question correctly -- here is a workaround using two pairs of earbud type of headphones. Plug the first pair of headphones into the electronic drumset, and use only one earbud in, say, your left ear. Plug the second pair into an mp3 player or laptop to get the song you're going to be accompanying, and use only one earbud, in your other ...


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The phrase goes "only one way to find out", and it needs to be treated with caution. Both drums and drum mics come in a large number of varieties and may, or may not, withstand that kind of punishment. It's potentially quite an exciting stunt on stage, but it comes with an element of risk. How willing are you to risk damaging your kick drum? How easily can ...


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Put simply: A drum is not constructed to hold a 175 lb person. It will not likely collapse, but could certainly go out of round, making it difficult or problematic to tune in the future. That drum is anchored by a couple thin stabilizers that are held by a pressure screw. It may be "rock and roll" to stand on the drumkit...and it's all good for the show, ...


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The front rim of most kick drums is very strong - a rigid metal circle - so standing on it isn't in itself likely to damage the drum. It also won't damage the mic, as it is usually on a low stand in front of the drum. However you are right that there are obviously safety concerns: You could fall backwards into the kit You could fall forwards and fall to ...



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