One of the most popular questions on my channel and website is: “How does MIDI work?”. There seems to be a lot of confusion on how it works and how to use it. Understanding MIDI is necessary to be able Continue reading How does MIDI work with E-Drums?
I receive lot of questions regarding e-drum cymbals. People seem to be unsure on which e-cymbals to choose. My answer is simple: Go for Roland cymbals! Especially if you are the owner of a Roland module. I don’t say this Continue reading Roland Cymbals are my #1 Choice
Someone who watched my content on YouTube and on this website recently sent me his question about e-drum conversions for live situations. He was really kind and allowed me to publish his questions and my answers. Swedish E-drummer: I belong Continue reading E-drums at Gigs
Blogs and YouTube channels became an increasingly important advertisement platform for any kind of products in the recent years. Bloggers and YouTubers are the best information source for potential buyers because of their independence. Many blogs are run by a Continue reading Why Negative Reviews are Good
This goes out to all original bands who do not really make money out of their music and spend a fortune for recordings. I’d say that’ll be 95% of all bands. You might ask yourself why you read this article Continue reading Recording Advice for Bands
I built this huge e-drum kit with 4 toms and 6 cymbals, extra pads like trigger bars or and DIY cowbell. I even connected an extra module named Roland TMC-6 to have more inputs. A great kit, no doubt, but Continue reading Downsizing My Electronic Drum kit
A typical electronic drummers disease is the urge to add more and more pads or cymbals. The problem is that many modules have a restricted number of pad inputs. But there are still some ways to expand your kit. 1. Continue reading 5 Ways to add more pads to your e-drumkit