Re: Why Triggers on an acoustic set...my test
My guess ...it's all about the sound. As a drummer ( which I'm not )....I respond to what I hear and try to duplicate it. If I find out the true sound has been altered I leave it at that but it doesn't effect me. If I don't know it's been altered I would naturally not know any better. I kinda compare it to lipsynching. If your in the audience the sound doesn't change just because you find out you've been fooled. Either you liked it or not. OR is that not why you were there ? Did you come to see some real talent ? I find myself tweaking most all the music I listen to on the srtereo with an equalizer. But, personally, when it comes to drumming, I use no electronics. If I ever make it the big leagues I could care less how the sound man tweaks my sounds. I'll be just playin' away. You could spend a small fortune just trying to get the right sound, whether it be in hardware or software. It's an ongoing process. I feel it's more important to be true to yourself as you move forward.
Most definitely. As a matter of fact, there will be "NO LIMIT"... just an unending quagmire of musical genius.