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Programming enthusiast.

Engineer since by first heartbeats.


Sep
21
comment “Depression” sensation after the beat, in electronic music
You are the One. Thanks !!
Sep
21
comment “Depression” sensation after the beat, in electronic music
Thanks for the reply. In fact, there are songs where that sound intensity difference is exagerated on purpose. You haven't encountered any yet ? (I'll find and send an actual sample)
Sep
21
asked “Depression” sensation after the beat, in electronic music
Sep
19
comment What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
You guys rock !
Sep
18
comment What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
indeed, definitely understood that :). It will eventually take less room than the usual setup ;). And your assumption regarding Roland's choice makes sense. I'll just have to check now !
Sep
18
comment What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
please be sure to understand my question ( I have a little doubt ) : I know that keys on keyboards are associated to drum instruments. What I care about is Which Pad of my Roland TD-9K (Or other electronic drumset) will be triggered when I plug a MIDI keyboard to it. :)
Sep
18
accepted What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
Sep
18
comment What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
@Luke: thanks for the info so far :
Sep
18
comment What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
@Luke: many thanks Luke. But do you think that those markings will actually correspond to the sound that will come out of a Roland electronic drumset (like TD-9K) once I connect a MIDI keyboards to its MIDI IN ?
Sep
18
comment What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
@Luke: could you send us a pic please ? :)
Sep
18
asked What keys are associated to what drums when connecting keyboard to Roland electronic drum via MIDI?
Sep
14
comment What device to buy nowadays, for adding drum sounds to songs?
@naught101: sublime ! Thank you so much.
Sep
14
comment What device to buy nowadays, for adding drum sounds to songs?
@naught101: thanks ! Reminds me I had used it just for playing a few years ago... Gonna givit a try again :)
Sep
13
comment What device to buy nowadays, for adding drum sounds to songs?
In fact, I've fallen in love with Roland's SP 555... Thanks for the PC tricks & Wasabi.
Sep
13
asked What device to buy nowadays, for adding drum sounds to songs?
Sep
13
accepted How do you actually practice playing an electronic keyboard?
Sep
13
comment How do you actually practice playing an electronic keyboard?
thank you for the additional edits.
Sep
13
comment On a guitar how do you play two notes simultaneously on non-adjacent strings?
On guitars, picking allows to play fast, but with a lower "sound quality". Playing with nailless fingers allow to play several strings simulaneously, but without speed or sound clarity. Playing with nails enables to play fast with precision and changeable (potentially amazing) sound quality. But it takes time and care to keep your nails in the needed shape and surface state. The latter is used for playing "classical guitar". The piece you mention is a classical one, and can definitely be played on a classical guitar.
Sep
5
comment How do you actually practice playing an electronic keyboard?
@MarkLutton: That was worth mentioning ! Thanks Mark.
Sep
4
comment How do you actually practice playing an electronic keyboard?
thank you for your answer slim. Although bright and very well written, well structured, it does not answer my primary concern : how may I make progress, technically speaking, on a keyboard that does not have the same characteristics as a piano ? Should I perform the same exercises as the ones performed by a pianist ? (scales, etc...) I guess that all "keyboardists" were "pro" pianists before ?