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  • synthlinksynthlink

    Big sound if you change the samples of tom!

    Simmons SDS 1000Published on 01/07/12 at 08:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been, for years I have. 20 years, perhaps ... In parallel with SDSV, SDS6, TR909 and 808, Drumtrack, CR78, DMX, analogue sequencers MOOG, and BADEZ DOEPFER, MIDI, etc ...
    Big sound, and works directly with a lot of pads. if not by noon. I have long served with 6 SDS and then with a TR909 and my MIDI sequence. Vintage sound for sure, and ability to change the samples by reprogramming the memory with a Prommer or something like that. It is found in not too bad for a hundred euros, and if you have a console worthy of the name of its separate outputs you will not be disappointed! Very handy with pads, but can also activate a speaker at two euros stuck in a pot! Perfect to give potato and…
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    It's been, for years I have. 20 years, perhaps ... In parallel with SDSV, SDS6, TR909 and 808, Drumtrack, CR78, DMX, analogue sequencers MOOG, and BADEZ DOEPFER, MIDI, etc ...
    Big sound, and works directly with a lot of pads. if not by noon. I have long served with 6 SDS and then with a TR909 and my MIDI sequence. Vintage sound for sure, and ability to change the samples by reprogramming the memory with a Prommer or something like that. It is found in not too bad for a hundred euros, and if you have a console worthy of the name of its separate outputs you will not be disappointed! Very handy with pads, but can also activate a speaker at two euros stuck in a pot! Perfect to give potato and a bit of realism to a kit "garbage". The sound of the toms is nothing unbearable if we give ourselves time to adjust a little. Some comp + eq + reverb is not a luxury, but allows for a "sound itself" very easily. Or you change the samples, not necessarily for toms, for that matter!
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  • angeyodaangeyoda

    Simmons SDS 1000Published on 01/28/08 at 10:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 2 years.

    I like his "foot" and digital snares, its 1U, memoirs ...

    I do not like the sounds of tom-toms that are closer to a 808 than a Simmons ...
    Yet SDS9 supposed to be a rack, at Toms ... it is far
    it is on a more electronic percussion drumkit that electro ... ..

    I use all the other models Simmons, and also ddrum, pearl, Dynacord, and bothers me a lot about the latest Roland and yamaha ...

    I have been given so yes I do it again this election! :-)
    if you take the deal there, but I personally do not pay more than € 80 because I have little use ...
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    I use it for 2 years.

    I like his "foot" and digital snares, its 1U, memoirs ...

    I do not like the sounds of tom-toms that are closer to a 808 than a Simmons ...
    Yet SDS9 supposed to be a rack, at Toms ... it is far
    it is on a more electronic percussion drumkit that electro ... ..

    I use all the other models Simmons, and also ddrum, pearl, Dynacord, and bothers me a lot about the latest Roland and yamaha ...

    I have been given so yes I do it again this election! :-)
    if you take the deal there, but I personally do not pay more than € 80 because I have little use ...
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