On Apr 3, 2012, at 9:36 PM, Rick Walker wrote: > On 4/3/12 1:24 PM, Teddy Kumpel wrote: >> The purpose of my post was to ask everyone if they knew a better >> technical way to feed a click to the drummer. I've been using the RC-50 >> for a while now and it's been fun, but I want more possibilities from >> the looper side of things. Is there a piece of gear that is not an >> RC-50 or a laptop that will do this (I already know how to do it with >> either of those things). Maybe the LP-1? > As long as you have a midi looper, you can always syncrhonize a drum > machine with > whatever sound you want as a click (I prefer a lo agogo on the quarter > note and > a high agogo, much quieter on whatever the subdivision of the > 'Sub-Pulse" is > (8ths, triplet 8ths, 16ths, triplet 16ths) > > then send only the mono out to the drummer making sure that they can > set their own headphone or monitor levels. > > In fact, I would only have them wear headphones as the audience will > hear the > metronome sound otherwise. > > rick walker thanks Rick... unfortunately the RC50's midi clock is not stable to drive anything... I tried with a Boss DB90 metronome and it shuts off after 2 bars. So, the only way I've been able to do it it with the RC-50's stupid guide track... we use in ears, no one even can see that we have click in our ears....