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RE: Percusive Loopers

Hey Elby,

I'm using the second Zendrum to trigger sound sources in our main rack 
evolving set of samplers and modules). In other words, I wear one and play
it as the primary, typically covering kit/percussion parts. The second sits
on a stand for triggering sound effects/ambient stuff.

Thanks everybody for the great posts. I can see I need to get busy maxing
out the plastic to keep up with this group! ;-)

Alan Barnard

> Well, I'm not sure if I'm doing "real-time" looping.  I use a
> zendrum/DM-Pro
> combination as well as a Roland Handsonic (you should check this
> out!!) with a
> Repeater.  What I do is create a rhythm track, and then layer
> guitar, synths on top
> of it.  Of start with guitar and layer percussion onto it. Once I
> get a bed of 2, 3,
> 4 parts, I jam along with it on guitar or synth.   I'm doing
> fairly traditional "lay
> down a track at a time" as opposed to evolving compositions.  I
> really love the feel
> of both the Zendrum and the Handsonic - very responsive.
> How are you using your setup, Alan?  What do you do with *two*
> Zendrums? :)
> Elby
>      Hi,
>      Anybody out there doing any *real-time* looping with either
> acoustic or
>      electronic drums/percussion?
>      Here's my set-up:
>      2/Zendrums  ( http://www.zendrum.com )
>      Alesis DM-Pro
>      Repeater
>      Behringer FCB1010
>      Alan