|Synth Site: clavia: ddrum4: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.3 out of 5|
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|Russell Butterfield a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:|
You can keep your Roland TD-20, in the way of playabilty, dynamics and sound, the Ddrum 4 SE is brilliant and since it was released over 5+ years ago, others still cant beat it, it oozes class and plays like a dream.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Oct-25-2007 at 11:56|
|puttenvr from Holland writes:|
You must compare an electronic drumkit with a well miked acoustic kit. Not with a "pure" acoustic kit. When you compare the right things, the ddrum kit is the best there is. It has the most realistic drum sounds around. And: clavia updates them every time. Limited inputs, limited memory - there are units which have more of this - but as said: this is the best e-drum kit around
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-31-2002 at 11:37|
|Lunachild a part-time user from U.S.A. writes:|
First of all, I own a ddrum 4 kit.
I know I shouldn't compare it to a real kit, but that's what clavia tried to do, so here's what I think.
If you are expecting it to play and feel and sound like a real kit with real kit dynamics, forget it. No electronic kit can do that.
But, if you want the closest thing, this is it. I love how the hi-hat moves like a real one using a regular hi-hat stand.
Rolling on the snare can't compare to the real thing, but that's being too picky.
The limited number of outputs really suck if you want more stuff to bang on.
Anyway, I don't regret spending $3,000 on it at all.
|Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-05-2002 at 13:05|
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