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A Beatles Tribute Band
« on: January 28, 2020, 09:08:32 AM »
I've been asked to sit-in with a Beatles tribute band.

As you know, Ringo had his own style of drumming as he is a left-handed drummer.

Matching his beat is a challenge -- I've been practicing -- style wise I am getting it.

Questions for this forum

1. what standard "kit" is the closest to Ringo's Ludwig acoustic set

2. briefly, as I have yet to do this, how do I take a standard "kit" and use it as a starting point to allow substituting a cow bell on Tom 1

3. how do I download and install the anvil strike for Maxwell's Silver Hammer https://youtu.be/mJag19WoAe0

Thanks from this Newb

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Re: A Beatles Tribute Band
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2020, 10:33:16 AM »
I've been asked to sit-in with a Beatles tribute band.

As you know, Ringo had his own style of drumming as he is a left-handed drummer.

Matching his beat is a challenge -- I've been practicing -- style wise I am getting it.

Questions for this forum

1. what standard "kit" is the closest to Ringo's Ludwig acoustic set

2. briefly, as I have yet to do this, how do I take a standard "kit" and use it as a starting point to allow substituting a cow bell on Tom 1

3. how do I download and install the anvil strike for Maxwell's Silver Hammer https://youtu.be/mJag19WoAe0

Thanks from this Newb

You left out an important piece of info...which Module are you using.
If it is capable of importing wav samples here is a Hammer and Anvil.
You can change the pitch/tuning if the module has the capability.
You should also be able to find a cowbell and other FREE sound samples from this site and do the same.


Re: A Beatles Tribute Band
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2020, 10:52:08 AM »
Strike kit with a Strike Performance Drum module.

TIA