Anyone use one of these on Electric Drums? I thought it might be interesting (though I don't have electric drums). I'm using one for a loop on one of my songs for live replay.
I borrowed my friends KP3 (the latest) for a show I'm playing in Oct. It's pretty cool to put samples in and slice them to make instant remixes live. Now that I've played on one though, I'm not sure it's something I'd buy for myself for quite some time. It's fun to play with regardless.Rockula!":2uimljen said:I will be using a Kaoss pad soon
Unfortunately, I cannot aford the best one so I will have to go with the mini (I couldn't find an image I could link)
First of all, it will match my SPDS which I have marked with red tape (in order to see between the pads in the dark)
It doesn't bother me too much to have to get the basic one because I don't fully understand the MIDI functions etc....
All I really want it for is the expression pad
You can only do so much when tweaking knobs
Plus, I hope to develop some noise manipulation with my right hand whilst playing drums with my left
My birthday is coming up and my family always asks what piece of equipment I want
It may be a while before I can review the product (If I get it at all)
I'm sure that with your act, that Kaoss Pad has found a good home. Keep us posted.Rockula!":qe5vdwec said:
I just got mine in the mail today
I have only been able to run a CD player through it so far but it blew my mind
Obviously, something like this will be great for live manipulation but it also means that I can just "paint" the effect over the sound with my finger instead of twiddling knobs, searching to find "that sound"
More updates as I get deeper into this thing