[Doggiebox] Todo list, etc.

Mike Carlyle mcarlyle at charter.net
Sat Oct 4 21:37:15 EDT 2003


All you really need to do is to open up the song options, change the  
kit, and use the ensuing dialog box to swap your instruments with those  
in the new kit. It's really not all that difficult, but it can be  
strange if you choose not to swap sound for sound (old kit to new). The  
result can be that you have a song with TWO kit sounds. This is also  
pretty cool if it's what you intended to do (and puzzling if it's done  
by accident).

On Saturday, October 4, 2003, at 08:29  PM, Carl Freire wrote:

> Hi:
> I've been paying only intermittent attention to Ben's growing To-Do  
> list, so pardon me if someone already suggested this.  One thing I've  
> discovered that I would like to see is some way of changing drum kits  
> for a given song.  I have some patterns that I programmed using Ben's  
> kit that I'd like to hear with one of the other kits that users have  
> uploaded.  Right now, the only way to do this is manually changing  
> every beat in the song with the desired drum kit; it would be nice to  
> have a convert option, like the sort of thing you get with FileMaker  
> when you import a database file.  I.e., in dbsong file "We're all  
> Rock'n'Roll Animals (so Let Me Out of this Zoo)," let "highhat closed"  
> in Ben's Premier kit be equal to "highhat closed" in Ringo's Ludwig  
> kit (can't remember the names of the the other kits right now).
> My two cents (must now go write a song with that title!).
> Carl
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> cfreire at uclink4.berkeley.edu
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