Yo, yo, yo. 'sup, sup, sup?
Aah, no, I had never heard of them, but I did check them out and I like what I hear I'm going to try and add them on Myspace today if this connection holds up. Tell that guy he has good taste in music Also ask if there are any other bands he'd recommend
So how are you anyway? What's new?
Hey, by the way, I jammed with a guy the other day and in his car, he was playing this band and I instantly thought of you. Have you ever heard of Rezurex? I think you should check 'em out and let me know what you think.
Hehe, yes, it always feels like forever when I don't talk to you for a little while. Funny how that works. :P
I'm quite fine, thanks. Some good and some not-so-good has happened recently, but I'm keeping an overall sunny disposition. And how's about you?
Feels like forever since we've chatted How are you?
lolz, nice user title, and congrats on 500.
Yeeeah, I'm seriously super excited for you to start recording again. Almost like waiting for Offspring or something, lol. Err, no pressure, though
Hehe, well, hopefully that'll work. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. I didn't get to use EZdrummer much before my laptop packed in. Hoping to get all my software sorted out when I move though, so I can hopefully start recording again
Oh, damn. :S But thanks anyway! You gave me an idea that will no doubt work. I'll just take an instance of one of the preset rhythm thingies with ghost notes and just check the velocity of it.
Hey. Umm, I'm going to be complete honest and say I'm really not sure. The only thing i can suggest is recording one of the example beats as midi and then having a look at how the ghost notes are set with regards to volume and velocity. Now that I think about it, you've no doubt done that already . Other than that, I'm clueless I'm afraid.