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  • Clement Duncan HicksClement Duncan Hicks

    Crazy. People

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 11/16/21 at 00:56
    Are use her to play music I’ll test it out drum machines those ones that your program in with tabs and etc. I have checked out the drum machines on a K multi media and all sorts of different applications I haven’t checked for the DD5 in digital because I also have a Four track recorder well I’m planning to laydown tracks and download it to digital via audio Bus and audio button remote and then go on the IK multimedia and add more tracks if necessary. I can’t really think of very many negatives because the thing for a person that doesn’t play drums other than maybe smacking a clamp here near whatever the cases I think it is excellent I ended up with a DD 20 and I had to go and buy myself......
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    Are use her to play music I’ll test it out drum machines those ones that your program in with tabs and etc. I have checked out the drum machines on a K multi media and all sorts of different applications I haven’t checked for the DD5 in digital because I also have a Four track recorder well I’m planning to laydown tracks and download it to digital via audio Bus and audio button remote and then go on the IK multimedia and add more tracks if necessary. I can’t really think of very many negatives because the thing for a person that doesn’t play drums other than maybe smacking a clamp here near whatever the cases I think it is excellent I ended up with a DD 20 and I had to go and buy myself another DD5 using it on a Ford track it is unbelievable and you can also use it as a drum when you’re using your digital applications after all it is a digital drum so I picked up the sound great but I mean you can go through all of the rhythms and everything in the that first section will drive with one another you can speed it up you can slow it down you know or you can go from it beats to one to pumps and in the versus whatever you want to do or say the bridge you can start hitting the high hat by just pressing heavy-metal so you can get different rhythms a lot faster than you could if you were spinning around in circles with the DD 20 S and I found that the sound is a hell of a lot more beefier and you also have a meaty so you can go straight to meaty to get better sound excellent machine I think all the negative reviews are likely coming from my complex drummers where the others are I don’t know what to say I categorically disagreed that it’s a toy if you want to use it as one I would buy a separate one and give it to the kids but they could probably use this thing and it would survive because it’s a Stauffers a tank wonderful machine. Can’t wait to get going again. Anyway that’s my story and I’m sticking to it I run that thing through an empty 120 Yamaha and I have no complaints I Simply can’t wait to get cracking again but I would not consider the toy not the way I use it well you could probably give it to the kids to play around with anyway to think that stuff is a tank
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  • tchouktchouknougattchouktchouknougat

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 04/14/05 at 22:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Single electronic drums, with four programmable sensitive pads. based drum machine of good quality, but ...
    a power MIDI.
    what to say ... we expect a lot and we are disappointed, the lack of pedal, the fragility of chopsticks.
    it can be fun in a musical project, drowned in the rest of her, but only ....
    I then owned a roland spd 8 ... nothing to see, this is not the same quality as I am separated with no regrets.
  • francoisparisfrancoisparis

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 09/04/06 at 01:49
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    I use it for 6 months. I needed a piece of his old school RECALLING the early days of techno and the Yamaha had the loops that I had, and it was in my price range. Then over time I became attached, the basic drums are there and do the job, there is a large output jack and MIDI output, the pads are nice and progressive, which is simple and effective. Impec for the component and add sound-effects here and there in one piece. For that I use is nikel!
  • metalexophobiemetalexophobie

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 05/08/07 at 17:13
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    -Hehe ... I have about 10 years and tonight I perceive only that it is one of the instrumentals in AF!! I thought that it was more a toy than anything else ... info for my mother that I bought it after having unearthed in a kind of stock market instruments / toys my hometown .... around 1997.

    -Rargl, I love the sound loud and clear the baffle, small sticks wedged behind (long-lost ...) the three shades of hits (such subtlety of hits), the strength of the device, the sound sheap but fun! say this in my dark nights of solitude student, armed with this wonder of my scratching my Zommer 505, my bcrich Ironbird md and my 4-track (which alone is worth 2 times the stuff mentioned above) ben......
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    -Hehe ... I have about 10 years and tonight I perceive only that it is one of the instrumentals in AF!! I thought that it was more a toy than anything else ... info for my mother that I bought it after having unearthed in a kind of stock market instruments / toys my hometown .... around 1997.

    -Rargl, I love the sound loud and clear the baffle, small sticks wedged behind (long-lost ...) the three shades of hits (such subtlety of hits), the strength of the device, the sound sheap but fun! say this in my dark nights of solitude student, armed with this wonder of my scratching my Zommer 505, my bcrich Ironbird md and my 4-track (which alone is worth 2 times the stuff mentioned above) ben j did it funny musty compounds well grimey punk ...) so a pardon, so its a rather well equalized for fun ... He helps out many small ideas that arise in OCCAZ '
    -But hey, it's still something quite impersonal for me who loves the drums and wanted to try my hand with a of Fear Factory or MANOWAR with it ... ben ... In any case, I challenge the best incubators of the world resussir sth out a solid with this Bécanne yeah the snare is a 3 inch of the bass drum!! Respect ...!!!
    - I know that this wonderful instrument in its class (except the real electronic baterie)
    -Value for money? I do not know the price of the time but for € 20/25 I see here and there ... ben it's cheap to have fun at home on different rhythmic cushy (from funk to heavy through the country) again I think some sounds of pads can be happily added to a kit drummer sounds lovers Zarb (sounds a whole range of tribal / samba a grind or take as is)
    ah yes I m'égarre: For the price of this gift from my mother, I reffer this choice. And twice
    Ah ben Bécanne this and I (and my little brother who is 2 years old banging on after watching video of K7 KISS 10 years ago ....) sniff, it's love ... So only good memories ... I would do this choice surprise gift. Yes.
    ps: the surprise gift of a Gibson Les Paul Custom would have been nice so I think ... but then I would feel to go for an ungrateful son!
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  • AlienizeDAlienizeD

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 09/14/08 at 12:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this drum machine for the change (circuit bending). And the result is astonishing!
    The sounds, which I find interesting at the base already because of their highly synthetic, become completely crazy!
    I was amused to add a joystick to control the making bends, making the machine very playful:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czBH4lHQfIE [/ video]

    I highly recommend this machine for budding benders!
  • Flop31Flop31

    Mini electronic drum! What Else!

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 08/24/11 at 23:57
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    "Little" very nice machine to have in a corner. Connectivity noon ideal for entering rhythmic in its sequencer! 4 pads, this is enough to play the bass-charley-clap-ride for a non-practicing traditional drumkit, with the south, you can assign any samples to the pads. Bought 20euro is that happiness!

    In addition, the handyman can open it in order to lengthen the connectivity of 4 pads and leads connected to the external pads (or electronic drum made of small piezo at least 1 euro!) What ultimately makes you a small drumkit electronics for cheap!


    Do not hesitate if the opportunity arises, I do not feel that this machine over the streets in time = ( ...
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    "Little" very nice machine to have in a corner. Connectivity noon ideal for entering rhythmic in its sequencer! 4 pads, this is enough to play the bass-charley-clap-ride for a non-practicing traditional drumkit, with the south, you can assign any samples to the pads. Bought 20euro is that happiness!

    In addition, the handyman can open it in order to lengthen the connectivity of 4 pads and leads connected to the external pads (or electronic drum made of small piezo at least 1 euro!) What ultimately makes you a small drumkit electronics for cheap!


    Do not hesitate if the opportunity arises, I do not feel that this machine over the streets in time = (
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  • iankerianker

    Yamaha DD-5Published on 11/01/08 at 07:29
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    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- For how long have you been using it?</span>
    About a dozen years. I used it mainly as live midi controller to trigger samples. I use it more now, but I like knowing I have it in the elbow.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- What thing do you like most/least about it?</span>
    Pros: the ability to manage the south, and is the main reason for this purchase. The machine is also very strong, the pads always react after more than 10 years of use.
    Cons: still sounds have aged well, but adding the output effects can still find his account (as long as we love sounds good electro).

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- What is your opinion about......
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    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- For how long have you been using it?</span>
    About a dozen years. I used it mainly as live midi controller to trigger samples. I use it more now, but I like knowing I have it in the elbow.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- What thing do you like most/least about it?</span>
    Pros: the ability to manage the south, and is the main reason for this purchase. The machine is also very strong, the pads always react after more than 10 years of use.
    Cons: still sounds have aged well, but adding the output effects can still find his account (as long as we love sounds good electro).

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- What is your opinion about the value for the price?</span>
    Bought used about 15 euros for that price should not deprive yourself.

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>- Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...</span>
    Certainly, extra controller as it in its place in a set.
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