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comment Guitar tutoring software that listens to your playing?
@eric I have actually played this game, and I can confirm it not only exists, but it really works. I took the liberty of adding my hands-on preview link to the post.
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comment Is there a “standard” or “typical” drum kit layout?
@thechaz I will see your video link and raise you youtube.com/watch?v=ItZyaOlrb7E
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comment Is there a “standard” or “typical” drum kit layout?
apparently the "standard" generally means four cymbals instead of three? That is, there are two crash cymbals, one on the left, one on the right?
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comment Is there a “standard” or “typical” drum kit layout?
interesting how the Rock Band cymbals put the crash by default on the "other side" with the ride (the right), but you're correct that many pictures of drumkits and drummers show crash on the same side as the hihat (the left). How common is it to put crash on the right, as a preference, in your experience?
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