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On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 01:19:04AM -0800, Kevin Cosgrove wrote:
Sure, but you'd usually pick musicians based on some common style. Still, I'm sure whatever we come up with will be an interesting hybrid.
Thanks! The drums are Hydrogen, almost exclusively. I like its the random-velocity and "humanize" tempo features. Though I've played a bit with tapeutape and seq24 and/or rosegarden too. There are some PD patches that do interesting drum things as well.
The live drummer I've been playing with lately ( http://www.restivo.org/blog/podpress_trac/web/169/0/morning-bell-jam-200... ), is such a monster, that nowadays no drum machine or sequencer sounds very good to me anymore.
Last night, he was playing a pattern of triplet, triplet, 4 straight 16ths, then a sextuplet in the space of 5 16ths. I'm sure there's a way to get Hydrogen to do that, but no sequencer I know of is going to *think up* stuff like that, on the fly, in the middle of a rehearsal.
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