INDIAN MUSIC FORUM ARCHIVES: Tabla Forum: Tabla Drum Machine

 

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Vince
Tabla Drum Machine Feb 17, 2001 03:49 a.m.


I have found a reference in a magazine to a tabla drum machine called the Taalmala CT-24. It has presets of various taals and it is possible to adjust the pitch of the drums and the tempo.

Does anyone know anything about it and where it is available from?


Vince
Vince
Re:Tabla Drum Machine Feb 17, 2001 04:01 a.m.


I'm answering my own question! I've just found a website with the Taalmala on it:

http://www.ttce.org/radel/tabla.htm

There are also some other electronic devices for Indian music.


Vince
harpua
Re:Tabla Drum Machine Mar 30, 2001 01:45 p.m.


Hey Vince...

There's another one here - http://listen.to/prafulla... look under the Do you want to buy? link.

Another question... is there a tabla drum machine out there that does midi?

Thanks,

Chris

David
Re:Tabla Drum Machine Apr 10, 2001 10:56 a.m.



harpua (Mar 30, 2001 01:45 p.m.):
Hey Vince...

There's another one here - http://listen.to/prafulla... look under the Do you want to buy? link.

Another question... is there a tabla drum machine out there that does midi?

Thanks,

Chris



Hey guys,

Roland used to make a drum machine called the R8 (human rythm composer) it came with a sound card called "ethnic percussion" it had all the bols of tabla. You could program your own beats in it. You could use midi to synch it with a keyboard. Right now the Korg I30 has indian percussion tabla beats which sounds very realistic and it is easy to program.

David
Re:Tabla Drum Machine Apr 10, 2001 10:57 a.m.


Hey guys,

Roland used to make a drum machine called the R8 (human rythm composer) it came with a sound card called "ethnic percussion" it had all the bols of tabla. You could program your own beats in it. You could use midi to synch it with a keyboard. Right now the Korg I30 has indian percussion tabla beats which sounds very realistic and it is easy to program.

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