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4 Fun Things You Can Do With V-Drums

 Here are 4 fun things you can do with V-Drums!  Add hi-hats easily to any part of the kit Sample your own sounds of any type just using your phone Create and trigger your own drum loops Record your own cymbal collection into your V-Drums Here we’ll use a TD-27KV kit but these same techniques apply to many other kits in the V-Drums range including the most popular TD-17 series.  Let’s go through each

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How to Record the Roland TD-27 V-Drums

This article covers the best and easiest way to record TD-27 V-Drums. Recording electronic drums is simple when compared to recording acoustic drums. Acoustic drum recording is considered by many people to be an art form. Finding the balance between equipment, knowledge, patience and money that works for your project is a skill that comes with experience and time. Being a collection of various percussion instruments, a drum kit

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The Parents Guide for Kids Starting to Learn Piano

Every parent wants the best for their child and it’s challenging to find positive activities that they will enjoy. As a kid, learning piano at a young age was one of the best things that I did in my life. I am grateful to my parents for supporting and encouraging me. Piano is aligned with improved memory, mathematics, social, creative, reading and comprehension skills. Simply put, playing piano encourages your child

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My Kid Wants to Learn Drums

“Mum, I want to learn to play the drums”. It’s strange how some sentences have the power to evoke fear in a parent when spoken by their child. My son Jamie (JJ) is eight years old. I have to admit, he does enjoy hitting things with sticks so maybe I should have seen this coming. I took a breath and said, “Wow, drums! Really? Why the drums?” Apparently, in

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Kilter using the Roland TR-8S in his new rig

Kilter Interview

KILTER INTERVIEW PERFORMING WITH A NEW LIVE RIG Kilter is the moniker of Sydney producer Ned East, a producer who’s been staying busy racking up

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Created by Roland V-Drums specialist Simon Ayton, these patches were designed using the internal factory sounds and many of the techniques covered in the TD-50 guide. Enjoy exploring the possibilities!