||Audio and Video for Arturia Drumbrute used w Guitar Pedals
| br>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZIVcNSpHAk&list=PLhPtBydHttS0HRC_yaCb Tlo9sEMWtTS2-
db kick signal > jdx direct drive > thru > hi cut eq
db kick signal > jdx direct drive > out > mooer ShimVerb
db snare signal > red panda particle
db clap signal > joyo digital delay
mix out -
db mix out
"food dye, glassware and an overhead projector" footage
"drumbrute jam" footage
random altered art from the internet
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 br> br>
| br>tony d
| br>Good stuff, definitely sounds better than the videos i've watched with the outs just raw.
Are the pads velocity sensitive ?
Thanks for posting this up, i'm on the fence about this machine. br> br>
| br>thanks tone, pads are velocity sensitive and capable of sending midi out across a full range of 0-127 but...
as far as playing the drumbrute is concerned, the velocity either controls a normal step or an accent. you can set the threshold for where this is met example:
i play pads soft and am unable to hit the high velocity it requires for an accent so, i changed the default point of change from 90 to 60. now anytime i hit above 60, i get an accent. anytime below, a normal step br> br>
| br>tony d
| br>Gotcha, thanks man.
Overall do you dig it? br> br>
| br>i really do, true analog drum synth with serviceable sounds:
64 step sequencer
two mode filter
all for 300-400 depending how you shop br> br>