Show 84 – Drum triggers and engineers that have nothing else to talk about

This week Ryan talks about drum triggers and Jesse talks about something that bothers him about other engineers.

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2 thoughts on “Show 84 – Drum triggers and engineers that have nothing else to talk about

  1. For drum triggers, a nice, cheap option I used to use is to run the mic signal’s into an Alesis D4, which has 12 trigger inputs and will convert to MIDI.

    You can pick D4s up for very little and they’ll do a decent job. There’s no need for specialist bugs or converters.

    These days I just use Drumagog and am currently eying Slate Trigger…

  2. The Alesis D4 is a workhorse. I’ve used it quite a few times in the past, and except for the first time I used it, it’s always worked like a champ. I might have to pick one of those up, because you don’t have to worry about your software going out of date.

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