In this video, we take a look at an electronic drum kit from Roland. With mesh pads, a cloth-covered kick drum, naturally swinging V-Cymbals, and 25 built-in kit models to choose from, the Roland TD-4KX2 is an excellent kit for performing and practicing.
Drum roll please... the price of the Roland HD-1 V-Drum kit just dropped $200, and it comes with a mail-in rebate for a free $109 PM-01 monitor and a $99 DAP-1 drum stool and accessory kit. You get everything for a measly $599.00! If you've been sitting on the fence about getting a V-Drum kit, it's time to make like Humpty Dumpty and get cracking because this deal won't be around for long.
If you tuned in for the last part of this series then you learned all about the fundamentals of recording a direct signal. Now that you've got a solid understanding of the options available for direct recording, hopefully, you've had some time to make some direct recordings of your own. But a direct signal is only useful if you do something with it, and that's what the next two parts of this series will focus on. This segment will cover the basic things to watch out for with your direct signals, and cover some of the great software emulators out there that can take those sounds in an infinite number of directions.
The biggest and craziest trade show of the year in pro audio just took place in Anaheim California. NAMM is the place where new products get announced, buzz gets generated, and audio nerds like myself get to map out how we're going to squander our hard earned dollars over the course of the next 12 months. Even though the announcements of the 2010 NAMM haven't been the most drool-inducing of all time, there were still plenty of things to be excited about this year. Here are the highlights:
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