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Re: Roland PK-5, Ketron 9PEMK8, or else?
One way could be to pick up a Behringer FCB1010, set it to hold MIDI
notes and connect a bass synth with a MIDI cable. One bank holds ten
notes, which should work fine for a key. Then you may kick the bank
switch for playing in a different key.
Greetings from Sweden
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 11:02 PM, daniel <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm going on tour in Sept with my group 3dCosby (our bandcamp) and we're
> rocking as a duo. It's sweet and we have great chemistry as a duo
> (considering we've been friends since we're toddlers and playing music
> together for 20 years) BUT we're trying to figure out how to fill out the
> sound (aside from my looping), you know, bring in the low end smiles.
> (my other half) plays drums and is using a Korg sampler, but it's a bit
> cumbersome for him to be hitting little buttons while also playing crazy
> beats. We've talked with a friend about building some aesthetically
> enjoyable midi-triggers (e.g. into old action figures or pillows).
> I was thinking it'd be cool to get a PedalKeyboard and do some simple
> basslines whilst guitaring around.
> Here's the rub: I can't afford a super nice one.
> Anyone have some experience with these? Recommendations? Anybody have an
> one they're looking to sell? I'd potentially be interested in trading for
> other gear, too...