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Playing drums & percs together?
December 13, 2016
6:12 pm CEST
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Icelander_1
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Hello from a new one to EZ-Drummer.

My current dilemma is as seen in header: My midi groove that I want to use includes bongos on top of a "regular" drum set and I want to hear both _together_, is this just not possible?

Pardon in advance if I've picked the wrong forum section, still getting my bearings.

December 13, 2016
11:15 pm CEST
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onewayout_1
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Hi Mate

usually you would have to do this with two different instances of EZD depending on what kits you have (like pop/rock and then latin percussion)....Although i was just looking at the HIP HOP kit last night that also has bongos(?) on it already so you wouldn't have to open two instances with that kit I believe...And also with NUMBER #1 hits you could layer a bongo from Latin percussion on the PERCUSSION & FX impact pads also....(I justed tried that and it works!)

Cheers, jeff

December 14, 2016
4:18 am CEST
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Icelander_1
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Thanks for chipping in on this one.
Although I was really thinking percussions in general when I said "bongos", I'll still have a look at that particular package in case it has something I could use for this purpose in some way.
Ta for the tip, maybe someone around here can provide confirmations either way on your theory, since you seemed to have quite some reservations yourself....

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