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jobbe
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Post Sat Nov 25, 2006 1:05 am

We play music with a midiplayer (charlie lab),

We have a BIG problem, ,,we play sometime faster or slower than the midi file, because we have remove the drum and guitar track, and therefor not have these to play after

what to do ?
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Chazdrums
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Post Sat Nov 25, 2006 10:28 am

Learn how to keep good time. Pratice with a metronome. Put the midi into headphones when you play. If you keep the time the others will follow.
"Almost everything I've done, I've done through my own creativity. I don't think I ever had to listen to anyone else to learn how to play drums. I wish I could say that for about ten thousand other drummers."

-----Buddy Rich
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Post Sat Nov 25, 2006 1:57 pm

yep, only thing to do is become good at keeping time, you're a drummer, if you can't keep good time you'll be in trouble.
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Post Mon Nov 27, 2006 8:01 am

jobbe wrote:We play music with a midiplayer (charlie lab),

We have a BIG problem, ,,we play sometime faster or slower than the midi file, because we have remove the drum and guitar track, and therefor not have these to play after

what to do ?


Are you using an in ear monitor? If not, I advise you get one.
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