N0RTHERN M0NKEY
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Join date: Feb 2008
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#1
ie it'd be great to use someone's pre-recorded drumming to play along to - anywhere these can be found?
tubetime86
I don't even play guitar.
Join date: Jul 2008
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#2
Quote by N0RTHERN M0NKEY
ie it'd be great to use someone's pre-recorded drumming to play along to - anywhere these can be found?

Even if there was such a thing (which I don't think there is) you'd still have to play it through the RC-3 and 'loop it' manually, right? If so then anything can become a loop. Pick a drum beat you like and just loop one measure.

(I had the RC-2, not the RC-3, so maybe there is some USB connectivity I'm not aware of... If that's the case then disregard my post. )
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Unless its electronic drums.

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The Neighbor of the Beast
Join date: Jun 2008
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#3
The looper plays .wav files. Just connect the looper to a pc and import whatever you want in .wav form for playback.
tubetime86
I don't even play guitar.
Join date: Jul 2008
1,633 IQ
#4
There you go... Disregard my post. I didn't feel like looking up the RC-3s new features. Sorry.
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Unless its electronic drums.

BURN THE WITCH!!!!!
N0RTHERN M0NKEY
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Join date: Feb 2008
21 IQ
#5
Yeah, just trying to think of creative ways to use technology; think it'd be great to strum along to someone drumming.

I'll do a bit of googling.