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Messages - drshark

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ZenChat / Re: Pyrate in Nashville
« on: February 28, 2011, 03:45:58 PM »
I wish I could be there to meet up with you. Hopefully, next time.


White Noise / Re: Superbowl
« on: January 31, 2011, 05:46:57 PM »
Hey Ingo,

Well, it sure was an interesting season. The matchup is between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. These are definately 2 of the best teams and it should be a great game. The Packers are slightly favored to win the game. Don't forget about the greatest commercials to be seen during the game. Hope things are good in Germany.



ZenChat / Re: New Upgrade!!!
« on: January 10, 2011, 01:14:24 PM »
My turn ! I am also blessed to have such great friends to be able to talk to and learn from. Watching David and Rob play their Zendrums is worth the price of admission. Thanks for hanging out with me. It always is a rewarding and educational experience for me. My wife, who is so supportive of me in this venture, got me a Roland FC-300 pedal for X-mas. And Rob and I are working on incorporating it into what we are doing. Hurry back Rob. Thanks Dave and Gina for your continuing support. I am having a Zendrum day because of the snow that hit Atlanta last night and today. If anyone is using that FC-300 pedal and is using it with Ableton Live, please feel free to discuss how you are using it. Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks

Dr Shark.

ZenChat / Re: HAPPY Birthday Rob a.k.a. Pocket Master
« on: December 27, 2010, 01:07:46 PM »
Way to go Lisa !!! :-*

ZenChat / Happy Holidays
« on: December 24, 2010, 12:18:38 PM »
Hey Zendrummers of the world,

Happy Holidays to all of you. Hope everyone had a great year. Looking forward to 2011.


ZenChat / Re: Changes in 2011
« on: December 07, 2010, 05:13:40 PM »
You guys better get with the program.  ;D

ZenChat / Re: A HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish to...
« on: December 01, 2010, 10:50:32 AM »
Thanks Rob !! Another Rock Star dialing in. So get ready Zendrum HQ. Jan 6th, Rob and I, and Maybe Bob S. are going to be coming for Zendrum upgrades and to see Inspector 109's new invention. This will be fun. Anyone else wanna come? It could be a party!!


ZenChat / Re: A HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish to...
« on: December 01, 2010, 09:34:00 AM »
NICE !!! Thanks Zendrum Dude.  I really appreciate that. I am honored that this message came from a total ROCK STAR ! Thanks Jer for all you do for all of us in the Zendrum world.


ZenChat / Re: How Many Zendrums?
« on: November 17, 2010, 11:28:19 AM »
PICK ME UP !! I want to go to Austalia.  ;D

Tech Help / Re: Novice needs help getting started...
« on: November 17, 2010, 11:25:07 AM »

Our ships have sailed a parallel path. I think I have the solution for us.  Zendrumdude has been talking to me and helping me out. The solution is a Glyph Drive to store all of the libraries and then the computer will  be able to work properly. Check it out. Also there are some blogs on this here in the forum dating back a few years. I hope this helps.

Dr. Shark

ZenChat / Re: How Many Zendrums?
« on: November 16, 2010, 10:35:35 AM »
Looks like another Zendrum gathering is in the works. Yall could not get enough the first time.


ZenChat / Re: How Many Zendrums?
« on: November 13, 2010, 03:57:30 PM »
Hey All,

I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet our friend Zendrum Dude last night. He came over my place and then we went to Zendrum HQ to hang with 109 and Gina. A great experience for sure. It was an honor to meet you Jeremy. Your knowledge and experience in the Zendrum world can not be understated. An amazing Zendrummer as well as Drummer. Please come back to visit soon. Keep in touch and continue to educate us with blogs on this forum. I am so lucky to live here in Atlanta. Another amazing visit to Zendrum HQ.

Dr Shark

Hey Rob,

Don't worry about another Zendrummer in the Air Force. He won't have anything on you. It will take him time to get as proficient as you are. Also, he will seek you out to learn from and you guys can help each other get better as well as come up with new ideas. You can get the Z4 upgrade with extra triggers and take it to the next level. Since we are in a recession, the Air Force will not be willing to spend the money on the upgrade. 8)


ZenChat / Re: Guitar Center Drum Off
« on: October 25, 2010, 11:49:02 AM »
Ok. Here is my 2 cents. When I went to Zendrum HQ and purchased my baby, my question was, about the mapping. (seems to be a popular question) And inspector said, well this is how I thought it would work the best for everyone. So I learned to use the default setting and made a swith to a pad or two. I was thinking, it was the best way to decrease the learning curve. So I went back to Zendrum HQ a year or so later and watched 109 play and I burst out and said to David,"Hey, that is not your regular mapping" what is that?  His response to me was that he saw someone elses mapping and liked it so he switched. There you go !! It is so dynamic and unlimited. It is what makes this such an art form. Our friends Kim Daniel and Tom Roady are playing melodic stuff with their Zendrums.  We are talking about banjos, as well as voices. I have been messing around with keyboard synthesizers. It is so amazing. I really appreciate seeing what other folks are doing. I am trying to appreciate what other people are doing with their mapping and I try to get my head around it. Here is the new solution. If you are stuck in your mapping and are afraid to change, think about upgrading to the Z4 and add a few more triggers. That is a really good option.

Also, I was fortunate to watch Rob (pocketmaster) Anderson play live, and he is really amazing. If he upgrades to the Z4 and adds triggers, he might cause a power outage in St. Louis, MO. :)


ZenChat / Re: Guitar Center
« on: September 19, 2010, 06:54:36 AM »
 Good Luck Rob !! Show em whatcha got and bring home the grand prize.


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