I'm looking to buy a module to trigger my bass drum at practice. I'm looking for a decapitated\lamb of god type sound.
well personally i think the best module for any drummer these days is the roland TD-20. although it is very expensive it is pretty much the best out there for drum triggers. the best thing about it is you can edit the sound of the bass drum yourself so you can tweak it until its as lamb of god as you like. check it out but personally its not the sort of thing i would buy if i was just gonna use it at practice it costs alot of money and its a really in depth peice of kit. if most of your playing style is at the same dynamic sort of range then i would consider triggering up your whole kit apart from the snare. the base drum sounds on the TD-20 really do kick ass. ofcourse theres alot of advantages to this thing like you can change the overall sound of your kit in seconds but people do tend to comment on how they lose a connection with their kit. but its up to you, have a look into it.xdoseonex":21ei9ndi said:I'm looking to buy a module to trigger my bass drum at practice. I'm looking for a decapitated\lamb of god type sound.
Ahh thank you lolz... I was waitin for someone to make a topic so i could get that question answered. My decision is....ive gota a spare laptop...i just saved 150 $$tekdrum":3grhgo40 said:i use an Alesis DMPro, the sound modeling and editing capabilities are almost as good as the TD 20, but the user interface isn't as intuitive as the Roland. it's much cheaper than the TD 20 and sounds just as good, also if budget is an issue the DM 5 is a good choice as well. the trigger i/o is just a trigger interface but without any sounds so unless you have a sound source like a midi keyboard, sampler or a computer with drum sounds it won't be of much use