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    Default DM10 - my electric drum kit partscaster

    It sounds pretty good! Pretty close to an acoustic kit. I started with a cheap DM6 then replaced the cymbals with pads because the cymbals' responsiveness sucks. Then I added 2 kick pedals into a mono y cable. Recently got this upper tier DM10 module and it's a pretty good lil kit.

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    Default Re: DM10 - my electric drum kit partscaster

    Cymbals sound decent . . . snare is kinda electricy though.


    I've always been intrigued with electric kits because I've never lived in a place where people would put up with me practicing on an acoustic one. :P
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    Yeah it's a compromise. I don't enjoy slamming around on acoustic kits though.
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    Default Re: DM10 - my electric drum kit partscaster

    My singer plays drums. At home she uses an electronic set. The cool thing is when recording you can take a MIDI signal out and substitute the drum sounds. She has a cheap Alesis set. It sounds pretty good.




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    Oh very cool. You can substitute the ezdrummer sounds in later? I didn't know that. I'm not to the point where I'd prefer my drumming to trax on most songs but that's good to know down the road. That's basically the set I started with. The upgrades are pads for cymbals, the module, and yamaha kick triggers. Using a double pedal and 1 trigger wasn't responsive for **** so I use 2 pedals and triggers into a y cable.
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    I record in Logic Pro X, but any DAW with MIDI drums will work. Just make a MIDI instrument track.


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    Ok thx. I wrote off that possibility since my laptop isn't fast enough to trigger ezdrummer in real time.
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