Friday, October 26, 2007

To click or not to click... #2

I'm re-posting this because I only got a couple of responses. Are any of you using click tracks or loops on Sunday mornings? What suggestions do you have for us as we think about moving in this direction?

5 comments:

Rich Kirkpatrick said...

resistance is futile...you will be assimilated

alex mclean said...

we will be on one soon...

James said...

We've used a click track at The Summit since our third Sunday. It just makes so much sense - it keeps the entire band sounding tight, and where we have a guitar intro or something that doesn't involve a count in, we can always start on the same tempo. Also, by programming the tempos by song, we can time our set lists down to the second. Really helpful when you've got x number of minutes to fill. Get one, and let your drummer know that it's not a dig at his tempo, but a tool to help everyone get better. You won't regret it.

eric beeman said...

Thanks for the comments guys... I'm pretty sure we're going to do it, but I'm not sure what kind to start with. What are you using? Click Station? Looper? Reason, Ableton, etc.?

James said...

BOSS DB-2 "Dr. Beat". Simple, easy to program, easy to use.

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