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Bill Bruford - whose drumming CV includes bands like Yes, King Crimson and Genesis - demonstrates the percussive potential of the Simmons electronic drum kit for Lesley Judd, on Micro Live. Ian McNaught-Davies then chats to Dave Simmons - the inventor of the drum kits - who explains how they work, and what might be in store for electronic drums in the future. Originally broadcast 8 December, 1985. You have now entered the BBC Archive, a time machine that will transport you back to the golden age of tv to educate, entertain and enlighten you with classic tv clips from the BBC vaults. Make sure you subscribe so that you never miss a single stop on our amazing journey through the BBC Archive - 🤍
(c)2007-20 by RetroSound supported by UVI: 🤍 Simmons SDS 8 Electronic Drums from the year 1984 - 5 channel analog drum synthesizer with bassdrum, snare and 3 toms. - each channel features a factory sound and a user sound. - same analog filters of its predecessor SDS-V - sequencer input, single outputs, stereo out, pan - factory drum preset and user drum set I show the user drum set in this demo RetroSound synthesizer demo videos since january 2007. All is for free. If you like my work, so can you support me with a donation or a purchase of my synth shirts or music albums. Thank you! RetroSound Merch Shop: 🤍 RetroSound Home: 🤍 RetroSound 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #Simmons #SimmonsSDS #ElectronicDrums
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*Update: the hi-hat has been greatly improved with a new firmware update available on the Simmons website: 🤍 Today we're taking a deep dive on the Simmons SD1250. It's the successor to the Simmons SD1200 and Expanded edition of that kit. This new drum set takes a few steps forward and a few steps back from its predecessor: Pros: It's the largest drum set of it's price range. The new update fixes the ride cymbal, snare, and kick drum problems the old version had. This module features a color screen and faders. The drum rack is very wide. A snare stand, sticks, drum key, and a kick drum patch are included in the box. Cons: The hi-hat misses hits when you play fast on successive bow and edge hits. The drum rack is a bit wobbly. The snare, while drastically improved, does miss the occasional rim shot if you play fast. And there's no rim/head trigger adjustment to fix that problem. Verdict: Don't buy this until they fix the hi-hat. If they rush a firmware patch, then this will be a large, cheap kit that's good for drum plugins. I wouldn't just use the built in sounds. 👉 Follow 65 Drums On Facebook/Instagram/Discord: 🤍 🔥Patreon: 🤍patreon.com/65drums 📻My Second Channel About American History: 🤍 Electronic Drum Set Recommendations: (*Amazon Links That Support The Channel) Best Drumset For $380 🤍 Best Drumset For $500 🤍 Best Drumset For $700 🤍 Best Drumset For $1000 🤍 Best Drumset For $1300 🤍 Best Drumset For $1900 🤍 Best Drumset For $2500 🤍 Best Drumset For $3000 (Live Use) 🤍 Best Drumset For $4900 🤍 Best Drumset For $8000 🤍 *(These product links are affiliate links which mean if you buy something 65 Drums will receive a commission from Amazon or Sweetwater. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!) Great Edrum Accessories: ✅Electronic Cymbal Cleaner: 🤍 ✅ 10ft Electronic Drum Cables: 🤍 ✅High Quality Headphone Extension Cable: 🤍 ✅My Drumsticks 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:45 Sizes 1:03 Drum Rack 2:26 Kick Drum 4:13 Toms 4:48 Snare 6:52 Cymbals 7:51 Hi-Hat Problem 10:30 Drum Module 14:00 Should You Buy It?
NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED. This is just for entertainment Purposes . 🤍 SIMMONS SDS 8 Brain & YAMAHA DTX 4 (synth cymbals). Well I've been waiting, waiting here so long But thinking nothing, nothing could go wrong, ooh now I know She has a built in ability To take everything she sees And now it seems I'm falling, falling for her. She seems to have an invisible touch yeah She reaches in, and grabs right hold of your heart She seems to have an invisible touch yeah It takes control and slowly tears you apart. Well I don't really know her, I only know her name But she crawls under your skin, you're never quite the same, and now I know She's got something you just can't trust It's something mysterious And now it seems I'm falling, falling for her. She seems to have an invisible touch yeah She reaches in, and grabs right hold of your heart She seems to have an invisible touch yeah It takes control and slowly tears you apart. She don't like losing, to her it's still a game And though she will mess up your life, You'll want her just the same, and now I know She has a built in ability To take everything she sees And now it seems I've fallen, fallen for her. She seems to have an invisible touch yeah She reaches in, and grabs right hold of your heart She seems to have an invisible touch yeah It takes control and slowly tears you apart. She seems to have an invisible touch...
NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. THIS VIDEO IS JUST FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. ⬡ 🤍 ⬡ 🎧 Headphones Recommended 🎧 !!! Timecop1983 - Waves. 80's influenced music made with a combination of vintage and modern gear. Synthwave (also called outrun, retrowave, or futuresynth) is a genre of electronic music influenced by 1980s film soundtracks and video games. Beginning in the mid 2000s, the genre developed from various niche communities on the Internet, reaching wider popularity in the early 2010s. In its music and cover artwork, synthwave engages in retrofuturism, emulating 1980s science fiction, action, and horror media, sometimes compared to cyberpunk. It expresses nostalgia for 1980s culture, attempting to capture the era's atmosphere and celebrate it. Synthwave was inspired by many 1980s films, video games, and cartoons, as well as composers such as John Carpenter, Vangelis, and Tangerine Dream, however the genre itself arose from electronic dance music genres including house, synth, and nu-disco. The subgenre name "outrun" comes from the 1986 driving arcade game Out Run, which was known for its soundtrack that could be selected in-game. According to musician Perturbator (James Kent), the style is mainly instrumental, and often contains 1980s clichéd elements in the sound such as electronic drums, gated reverb, and analog synthesizer bass lines and leads, all to resemble tracks from that time period. ⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢ ⬢ SIMMONS SDS 2000 (with internal DIGITAL REVERB) The SDS 2000 it's a digital module triggered by external drum pads. Mainly based on samples derived from the big SDS X sampler. The SDS-2000 is the last drum brain from the company before the closure (1989). Synthesis: PCM Polyphony: 5 voices Multimbric: 5 part Oscillator: 1 sample per voice Memory: 8 rom kits+ 10 users FX: reverb card 16 bits DSP There are 8 ROM KITS in memory ⬢ SIMMONS SDS 7 + Alesis Microverb 3 (connected to SDS 7). The SDS7 was the first SMMONS offering a digital sound source beside the famous and well-established analog sound generation. Both "worlds" can be mixed. Each of the up to 12 modules carries an eprom with an 8 bit sound sample which can be edited with the well known and succeful analog filters. These sounds are taken from a Simmons library or can be sampled and burned with the Eprom Blower EPB. The filter settings can be saved in up to 99 kits. The SDS7 was the successor of the famous SDS V (5) in 1983 and entered the market as the new SIMMONS flag ship.
Simmons SDS 800 electronic drums from the mid 80s. A budget variation of the more famous SDSV and SDS9, but very capable of making those famous TOMs as well as a 808-like kick and snare. A fully analog drum brain/machine. A nice donation to my studio from one of my followers. Full tutorial and workflow after the demo. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Originally the SDS 800 came with the corresponding hexagon drum pads/triggers from SImmons. The SDS 800 is NOT a drum machine as such and it needs to be triggered to output any sound. There is no MIDI here. In the absence of original drum pads I've hooked up a couple of DIY piezo electric elements to the two TOM inputs and I play on those with a couple of BIC ballpoint pens, works very well and clearly demonstrates the dynamics you can acheive. Such piezo electric transducers are dead cheap to buy on Ebay. The rest of the demo I use the Roland TR-626 to trigger the inputs of the SDS 800 as the 626 has individual outputs that I just route directly into the SDS 800 inputs. Kick - Snare - Tom1 - Tom2. Please join me on social media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 I use DistroKid for all my releases onto streaming services. Try out Distrokid yourself and get a 7% discount off your first year by using this link: 🤍 Growing up I listened to so much synth-pop and it's only natural that my own music takes inspiration from many of the acts I loved back then. I still love them and listen to them! Howard Jones, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Erasure, Thompson Twins, Tears for Fears, The Human League, Propaganda. FGTH, Ultravox, OMD, Eurythmics, Duran Duran, Giorgio Moroder, Jean Michel Jarre, Jan Hammer, Alphaville, A-ha as well as loads of artists doing what is now called Italo Disco. And many more great acts like Nik Kershaw, Spandau Ballet, Wham, Dire Straits
The Simmons SD1200 is a premium electronic kit for drummers looking to master their craft — with a custom sound library matched with state-of-the-art mesh pads and cymbals for realistic feel and sound. 50 preset and 25 user drum kits cover a huge range of styles, including classic rock, modern pop, R&B, jazz, metal and a range of world music styles. Dedicated faders, knobs, and buttons simplify kit customization — from quick mix changes to wild, filtered sound designs. Learn more at 🤍
Yes Interviews Date: 1984 Program: Bill Bruford demonstrates a Simmons electronic drum kit on Micro L For all my Yes posts see here: 🤍 Find links to all of the youtube uploads here: 🤍
While searching for electronic drum videos here I noticed that there wasn't any for the SDSV. A couple have turned up, but this is the first one to actually explain the sounds........
The NEW SIMMONS SD1250. How does it sound? Is it cheap or is it FIRE? 🤍 12" mesh snare, two 8" and two 10" dual-zone mesh toms 6" mesh bass drum with non-slip stand Two 12" dual-zone crash pads 12" hi-hat with variable pedal Bluetooth MIDI for wireless connectivity to smartphone, tablet or computer 750 sounds 🤍s 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
The SD1250 in my opinion is honestly one of the best deals in e-drums in 2022. For around $1100 you get a HUGE kit, with a great rack, big snare, and, dual zone cymbals, 3 zone ride, full featured module and great MIDI features. Simmons made a great kit here that really exceeded my expectations. Pick one up at 🤍 Donate to the Double Kick Drum Fund at 🤍 Oh, btw I teach drums to students of all ages on Zoom (Google Duo)! Message me on IG 🤍demonic_sweaters if you're interested. Get the Drum-less Library (to play drums to) 🤍 at Send me a tip at 🤍 Follow Demonic Sweaters on Spotify 🤍 Follow Manasota (my other more chill project) on Spotify 🤍 My record label: 🤍 Buy and sell the best used gear at 🤍 Get 7% off digital distribution on DistroKid 🤍 Distribute your music FOR FREE at 🤍 #SimmonsSD1250 #experimentalmusic #drummer #demonicsweaters #manasota Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 1:40 Unboxing 3:23 First impressions 12:24 Playing the drums (internal sounds) 27:32 More thoughts after spending more time with the kit 30:43 Superior Drummer 3 using MIDI 32:17 More thoughts! 34:26 Updating the firmware 36:00 Final thoughts! It's good!
By no means am I a drummer ,lol But thought Ide go through the drum sounds that come on this kit. i dont see ANY VIDEOS on youtube of this kit so ive been tryin to make some sence there are none! "DONT CLICK LINK" : 🤍
Ah, the impossible freshness of youth, mixed with the promise of the new-fangled electronic kit. Simmons’ extra-exaggerated marketing idea that somehow these would ‘replace’ acoustic drums was so wildly off the mark as to be comical. They should have concentrated on the much better idea that they could be functionally completely different from acoustic drums – as different as a Rhodes electric piano is from a Steinway Grand. But in the right context, the Rhodes beats the Grand. And eventually it became such that any pad could generate any sound, or combinations of sounds, at any time. Not too shabby.
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NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. THIS VIDEO IS JUST FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. ⬡ 🤍 ⬡ 🎧 Headphones Recommended 🎧 !!! ⬢ SIMMONS SDS V The Simmons SDS V was the first (analog) viable electronic replacement for acoustic drums. It was developed by Richard James Burgess and Dave Simmons, manufactured initially by Musicaid in Hatfield, UK, and commercially released in 1981. The SDS-V was a really popular system, used by many of the big names in the 80's. It was 'module' based so you could start with 5 modules and expand it to 6 or 7 in total. There was also different types of modules, toms, bass drum, snare and hi hat. Also it had 'patch memories', of sorts anyway. These were basically trimmers that were recessed below the panel. You could also use it in a 'free' mode where the sound you had was the sound set on the knobs. ⬢ SIMMONS SDS 2000 (with internal DIGITAL REVERB) The SDS 2000 it's a digital module triggered by external drum pads. Mainly based on samples derived from the big SDS X sampler. The SDS-2000 is the last drum brain from the company before the closure (1989). ⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢ Alphaville is a German synth-pop band formed in Münster in 1982. They gained popularity in the 1980s. The group was founded by singer Marian Gold, Bernhard Lloyd, and Frank Mertens. They achieved chart success with the singles "Forever Young", "Big in Japan", "Sounds Like a Melody", "The Jet Set" and "Dance with Me". Gold remains the only continuous member of Alphaville. Forever Young is the debut studio album by German synth-pop band Alphaville. It was released on 27 September 1984 by Warner Music Group. Four singles supported the album, "Big in Japan", "Sounds Like a Melody", "Forever Young", and "Jet Set". The album charted well, hitting the Top 20 in six European countries and reaching number 1 in Norway and Sweden. Alphaville followed up with their second album in 1986 with the release of Afternoons in Utopia. The song "Summer in Berlin" contains references to the East German uprising of 1953, which occurred on 17 June 1953. When the compilation album Alphaville Amiga Compilation was assembled for release in East Germany in 1988, the song "Summer in Berlin" was submitted for inclusion, but rejected "for political reasons." "Big in Japan" song. Marian Gold developed most of the lyrics while going to a dentist. The theme was based on two friends who were involved in the sordid drug scene of Berlin's Zoo station. The song tells of such lovers who fantasize about being drug-free. The refrain "big in Japan" symbolises this idea of being successful in another world. Said Gold, "that line has a certain meaning. It means that if you're a complete loser, you're telling other people, 'I'm not a loser because in Japan I'm really big.' It's the lie of the loser and it fitted perfectly into the story of these junkies, which the song is about, in a very tragic way." Gold later explained "we originally weren’t sure whether we should put it on the album, because it’s a bit autobiographical in that it reflects my time in West Berlin in the late 70s, with the drug scene around the train station and the zoo, and all the underground things. It has nothing to do with Japan. The phrase was inspired by the name of the real band, Big in Japan, whose album Gold had recently bought. He said "As you know, there's a considerable musical market in Japan. If you wanted to become famous, what you should do was to form a hard rock group and then release an album over there; it would definitely sell well... so the story went ..." As the song reached the top of the German charts, the number one song which it displaced was "Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood whose lead singer, Holly Johnson, had formerly been in Big in Japan – a remarkable coincidence, according to Gold. Gold later said that "we never got to speak with him but he must have wondered 'who is this German group with a song named after my band? ⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢⬢
Folks ! In this tutorial you will learn how to recreate the iconic 80's Simmons Drums tom sound using UHE-Zebra2. You can apply the technique described here on any VST Synth. If you are a fan of the 80's sound, this is a good place to be. Feel free to share and spread the video link ! ▼▼▼TIMESTAMPS▼▼▼ 0:00 - Intro 1:28 - Demo song 3:38 - Envelopes 8:44 - Building the damn thing 13:52 - Adding a filter 18:43 - Adding effects 20:25 - Use any synth 21:40 - JAM 22:55 - Outro Synths used in this tutorial: 🤍 🤍 Follow me 🤍 🤍 🤍 #80s #sounddesign #synthesizer #zebra2 #synths #drums #electricdrums #sdsv #uhe
Complementing its futuristic appearance, the SDSV relied on slotted cards populated with analog circuits, SSM2044 filtered waveforms, noise generators and sampled cymbal tones to deliver a truly unique sounding drum kit. Huge thumping kicks, cutting snares, sweeping cymbals and signature “thuuummm thuuummm” toms took the 80’s by storm. Artists like Duran Duran, Howard Jones, Saga, Wang Chung and many others used this first-ever modular drum synth to help define their music. The SDSV’s sounds remain some of the most sought-after by drummers and producers everywhere. In this video, I play sounds of the SDSV taken from the Simmons Drums Signature Sound Library.
Subscribe: 🤍 Simmons SD-1200 Mesh Kit Dynamic Check and Sound Demo 00:00 Kit 01: Modern Maple 00:31 Kit 04: Birch Studio 00:50 Kit 05: Gated Drums 01:12 Kit 11: Nashville 01:32 Kit 19: Acrylic 01:57 Dynamic Check 02:53 Kit 29: Jazz Brush 03:18 Kit 34: Tekno 03:40 Kit 35: SDS7 Analog 04:02 Kit 43: Far East 04:30 Kit 47: Tribal *Buy Now: 🤍 Video / Performance: Lars Horl bonedo Instagram: 🤍 *Affiliate-Links: Part of the revenue generated through these links will be paid to us as commission, depending on the measurable success. You are welcome to buy the products elsewhere. The link is only a suggestion to look at the products. Legal notice: Remise 3 Medienservice Agentur GmbH Hans-Böckler-Platz 4 46535 Dinslaken Represented by CEO: Hansi Tietgen Amtsgericht Duisburg, HR B NUMMER 19797 Tel: +49(0)172/2863012 Email: office(at)remise3.de VAT-ID: DE 256765312 Responsible for contents according to § 5 TMG: Hansi Tietgen *Affiliate Links: Ein Teil des Umsatzes, der über diese Links generiert wird, wird je nach messbaren Erfolg an uns als Provision ausgezahlt. Ihr könnt die Produkte gerne woanders kaufen. Der Link dient lediglich als Vorschlag zum Anschauen der Produkte. Impressum: Remise 3 Medienservice Agentur GmbH Hans-Böckler-Platz 4 46535 Dinslaken Vertreten durch den Geschäftsführer: Hansi Tietgen Amtsgericht Duisburg, HR B NUMMER 19797 Telefon: +49(0)172/2863012 Email: office(at)remise3.de Umsatzsteuer-Identifikationsnummer DE 256765312 Inhaltlich verantwortlich nach § 5 TMG: Hansi Tietgen
[The full track with the Simmons fills starts at 7:15] The classic Simmons SDS series drums, often used for many genres in the early to mid '80s - This example video covers one of their uses, for the Italo Disco classic tom fill ins.
NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. THIS VIDEO IS JUST FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. 🤍 James Harry "Jimmy" McShane (23 May 1957 – 29 March 1995). Rock/Pop Musician. A native of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, McShane was a solo singer who recorded under the name of 'Baltimora.' McShane is best remembered for his 'one hit wonder' recording of 'Tarzan Boy' in 1985. The song which brought McShane fame was later used in Listerine commercials and for movie soundtracks including, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles In Time" (1993). Although McShane never had any other great successes after 'Tarzan Boy', he also recorded, 'Pull The Wires', 'Living In The Background', 'Woody Boogie', Chinese Restaurant', 'Running For Your Love', 'Key Key Karimba', ' 'Global Love', 'Jimmy's Guitar', ' Come On Strike', 'Set Me Free', 'Call Me In The Heart Of The Night', 'Eye To Eye', 'Survivor In Love', and 'Juke Box Boy.' On March 28, 1995, at the age of 37, McShane passed away from AIDS in his native Ireland. Rest In Peace Jimmy... Baltimora was an Italian group active in the 1980s. They are often considered a one-hit wonder in the United Kingdom and the United States due to the success they experienced with "Tarzan Boy" compared to their other singles. In other European countries, including their native Italy, the group enjoyed more success. Success with "Tarzan Boy". Baltimora's first single, "Tarzan Boy", was released in the summer of 1985, and became a huge European success, peaking at No. 6 on the Italian single chart and entering the top 5 in numerous European countries, including Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, France, the Netherlands and Norway. The song eventually made it to the United Kingdom charts, where it reached no.3 in August 1985. "Tarzan Boy" was released in Canada in October 1985 and peaked on the Canadian charts at No. 5 by the end of the year. However, it took a while for the single to enter the Hot 100 single chart in the United States (where it was released on EMI). When it did, it remained on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for six months, peaking at No. 13 in the early spring of 1986. Baltimora performed on the American TV show Solid Gold, which helped further their success in America. The second single, "Woody Boogie", which also gained notable success, entered the top 20 in Germany, Switzerland and Sweden. Baltimora's first album, Living in the Background, was released in Europe at the end of 1985, and in United States in 1986. Despite the success of "Tarzan Boy", Living in the Background only charted moderately entering the top 20 album charts only in a few countries in Europe, including Sweden, reaching the no. 49 spot on the US charts. When Baltimora's second album, Survivor in Love (1987) and the single "Key Key Karimba" failed to chart, the band lost label support and decided to disband. Lyrics: Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Jungle life I'm far away from nowhere On my own like Tarzan boy Hide and seek I play along while rushing 'cross the forest Monkey business on a sunny afternoon Jungle life I'm living in the open Native beat that carries on Burning bright A fire blows the signal to the sky I sit and wonder, does the message get to you? Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Night to night Gimme the other, gimme the other Chance tonight Gimme the other, gimme the other Night to night Gimme the other, gimme the other world Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Jungle life You're far away from nothing It's all right You won't miss home Take a chance Leave everything behind you Come and join me, won't be sorry It's easy to survive Jungle life We're living in the open All alone like Tarzans, boy Hide and seek We play along while rushing 'cross the forest Monkey business on a sunny afternoon Night to night Gimme the other, gimme the other Chance tonight, oh yeah Night to night Gimme the other, gimme the other Night to night You won't play Night to night Gimme the other, gimme the other Chance tonight, oh yeah Night to night, night to night Gimme the other, gimme the other Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Today I'm reviewing the brand new Simmons SD1200 electronic drumset. Is it worth buying? Get a Discount On DistroKid Here: 🤍 The Simmons SD1200 has a lot going for it and against it. I like the sizes, they are identical to the Alesis Crimson. The sounds are better than the Crimson, but not on par with Roland or Yamaha. The faders, a color screen, Bluetooth MIDI, and unchained zone editing all make this set very appealing. At the same time, the sound quality leaves a lot to be desired, the kick drum and ride aren't my favorite, and it doesn't play as smooth as some of the more established brands. This kit is best for those that just want a large mesh kit to use with Drum software. The extended version also looks interested. It gives you an extra crash and a 4th tom for $100. But that $1200 price puts it squarely in the cross hairs of the Roland TD17KV which makes it a tough sell. Overall: this is Simmons best effort to date, I like a lot of the features. However It would be a bit more compelling at a hundred bucks less because of how similar it is to the Alesis Crimson at $1000. I'm looking forward to more kits from Simmons in the future though. I'm seeing small but steady improvements in ever drumset they release. (disclaimer: Simmons gave 65 Drums the kit and amps for review, but they did not sponsor the review. They are seeing this video at the same time you are, and the company had no say in the final video) 👍Get Your Name In Every Video👍 🤍patreon.com/65drums 🔥Join The 65 Drums Edrum Newsletter!🔥 🤍 👉Join The 65 Drums Discord: 🤍
Simmons Drums SD 1200 Performance by Professional Drummer Carlos Felipe A performance with the brand new Simmons Drums SD1200 Electronic Drum Set featuring the song "house" by Carlos Felipe / D'LUX Private Reserve. Song - House - 🤍 #SimmonsDrums #SD1200 For booking inquiries do not hesitate to contact us. Favorite Cymbals - Soultone Cymbals Favorite Drumsticks : Vater Extreme 5B - 🤍 Vic Firth 5B - 🤍 ProMark 5B - 🤍 Don't forget to like, comment & subscribe to our channel!
Featuring the exciting sounds of the world's first full full size professional electronic drum synthesizer. With the compliments of Simmons Electronics Ltd. "Featuring the exciting sounds of the world's first full full size professional electronic drum synthesizer. With the compliments of Simmons Electronics Ltd." Sorry for the low sound quality, see picture.
(c) 2017 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound supported by UVI: 🤍 short demo Roland Juno-60 Analog Synthesizer (1982) and Simmons Drum Set Facebook page: 🤍
Today we're taking apart a Roland PD31 snare, a Simmons SDS9 tom, a March pad, a Formanta pad, a Simmons HexaPad tom, a Tama Techstar pad, and a Roland PD11 kick drum. These are vintage electronic drum pads from 1985-1992. We'll see how they are made and how they work 👉Check out part one of this series: What's Inside Modern Electronic Drums: 🤍 👉My documentary series on The History Of Electronic Drums: 🤍 ✔️The Best Books About Electronic Drums: (*Affiliate Links) ✔️The History Of Simmons: 🤍 ✔️(This History Of All Edrums Until 1990) Electronic DrumFax: 🤍 🔥Drum Key Drill Bit🔥 (Amazon Affiliate link) 🤍
Today I want to cover a drum plugin called VSDSX. It’s made by Aly James Lab, and stands for Virtual Simmons Drum System Extended VST. I bought this a few months ago while I was working on my History Of Electronic Drums documentary series. I used it to demonstrate how old electronic drum brains from the 1980s worked, what all those dials and knobs did, and how they affected the sound you were creating. But I feel like this excellent plugin deserves a dedicated video of it’s own, because it's really good and worth checking out if you’re into that type of sound. So what exactly is VSDSX, and who is it for? 👉Electronic Drum Recommendations: (*Amazon Affiliate links) Best Drumset For $380 🤍 Best Drumset For $500 🤍 Best Drumset For $700 🤍 Best Drumset For $1000 🤍 Best Drumset For $1200 🤍 Best Drumset For $1800 🤍 Best Drumset For $2500 🤍 Best Drumset For $3000 🤍 Best Drumset For $5000 🤍 Best Drumset For $8000 🤍 *(These product links are affiliate links which mean if you buy something 65 Drums will receive a commission from Amazon or Guitar Center. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!) ✅Merch! Tshirts and hoodies: 🤍 Great Edrum Accessories: ✅Electronic Cymbal Cleaner: 🤍 ✅ 10ft Electronic Drum Cables: 🤍 ✅Quieter Kickdrum Beater For Edrums: 🤍 ✅My Favorite Drumsticks 🤍 👍Get Your Name In Every Video👍 🤍patreon.com/65drums 🔥Join The 65 Drums Edrum Newsletter!🔥 🤍 👉Join The 65 Drums Discord: 🤍 Top Patreon Supporters: Chris Lang Jason Mendelson Benjamin Tissot Knut Amundgaard Jack Davis JOHN EMINGTON TIM JORDAN Nathan Aldonza Ruud Olsson Scott Zellner LloydCustoms Vitali Kanarski Ben Berman Frank’s Drum Cave Phil Davidson
My first electronic drum kit and demo reel, circa 1982. Simmons Drums started the world of electronic percussion. Digital changed everything, our music, art, and moving pictures. One of many audio and video projects thought to be lost from the archives of Sound Productions and the Dr.'s Office recording studio. For more multimedia productions, please subscribe to The Lab Fx 🤍 Stay connected! The Lab Fx is on all platforms: Twitter 🤍 Adobe Behance 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 🤍 For inquires, requests, or collaborations please send an email: TheLabFxVideo 🤍 gmail.com
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This is a test of the Simmons SD200 I just bought. I realised there aren't many videos of it on YouTube, so here's one more! Drumless backing track "Funky Soul Disco" by Drum! Drum! Drum! check their YouTube channel, they're great 🤍