Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by eddies880, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. eddies880

    eddies880 Guest

    Which triggers are better--------------or worse?
    Are DDrums worth the money------. etc.......need info!
  2. pr0gr4m

    pr0gr4m Well-Known Member

    Feb 9, 2005
    South Florida
    Home Page:
    How do you plan on using them? In studio only? Taking them on tour? In a permanent installation or will they need to be changed often? Just for home experimentation? Are you looking for triggers for acoustic drums or trigger pads to replace or use in addition to acoustic drums?

    Ddrums are worth the money. Roland's RT's are nice too but more expensive. If you're handy, make your own. Way cheaper and with a little practice, just as good.

    Me? I like Pintech. Easy to use, Not too big (like the rolands) and cheap to replace.
  3. eddies880

    eddies880 Guest

    I plan on using them for studio use only....will need to be taken off drum kits not too often.....thye will be used on acoustic sets.
    As far as making youre own,I would,If I were a drummer.
    I located the "do-it-youreself"trigs on e-bay---apparantly,theres not too much in building them.
    Im looking into Ddrums Res Shots,due to the fact of there 1/4 jacks.
    Im going to be using a DM5 as the module,do I run the outs from the module to a pre,or straight into the recorder?
    Im figuring direct to recorder isthe best way,Ill comp&eq later during mix down?
  4. eddies880

    eddies880 Guest

    As far as Pintech------do run accross doulbe hits using the Pins?

Share This Page