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Roland TD-27 Underground Kits Vol. 1 by Demonic Sweaters

Ten high quality custom made kits for the Roland TD-27 by Demonic Sweaters. Underground kits specializes in underground sub-genres of music.

  1. Math Rock
  2. Draw Me (Demonic Sweaters Signature Kit)
  3. Industry
  4. Tape 90s
  5. Nu Lit 80s
  6. Dark Wave
  7. Garage
  8. Jonk 
  9. Indie Bong
  10. Synthwave

Get Underground Kits Vol. 1 Here $20 USD (download link will be emailed shortly after purchase)

Or use the QR code below:

E-Drum Cover Kit

Pick up my Easy Electronic Drum Cover Kit at my Reverb shop Demonic Sweaters Gear | Reverb No difficult recording software, no crazy video editors, just use you laptop’s camera app and a phone or audio device to play your song, and you can record high quality audio and video directly to your computer from your electronic drums the easiest way possible. Start uploading your drum covers to YouTube, Facebook and Instagram for the world to see! Very simple! Supports Windows, Mac, and Chrome OS!

  1. Plug USB dongle into computer
  2. Plug ¼” to ⅛” cable from your drum module’s mono output into the red input on the dongle
  3. Plug the ⅛” aux cable from your audio playing device, to your aux, or mix input on the module. 
  4. Open computer webcam app, set to video and press record
  5. Start playback on your audio player
  6. Play the drums and you’re recording!

No drivers needed!

iOS version

  1. Plug Lightning adapter into your iphone
  2.  Plug the black audio adapter into the Lightning adapter in the iPhone
  3.  Plug the ¼” cable from the mono output on your drum module, to the input of the black audio adapter
  4.  Plug the ⅛” aux cable from your audio playing device, to your aux, or mix input on the module. 
  5.  Open iPhone camera app, set to video and press record
  6.  Start playback on your audio player
  7.  Play the drums and you’re recording!

Android Version

  1. Plug USB adapter into your Android
  2. Plug USB audio device into adapter
  3. Plug ¼” to ⅛” cable from your drum module’s mono output into the red input on the dongle
  4. Plug the ⅛” aux cable from your audio playing device, to your aux, or mix input on the module. 
  5.  Install Open Camera and set external mic input http://bit.ly/3aApzBX
  6. On Open Camera app, set to video and press record
  7. Start playback on your audio player
  8. Play the drums and you’re recording!

All of the “Can You Draw Me?” Cover contest entries!

Last month I held a contest to draw the cover of my album “Can You Draw Me?” I ended up getting a ton of great entries, so I thought I would post all of them here on my website! The contest challenge was to draw a photo I took of a Pirate dummy in Englewood Florida with my Mavica FD-7.

Here is the original photo I took with my Mavica

The winner of the contest got a free Roland drum module, as well as a 180g vinyl copy of Manasota S/T, and their cover used as the permanent cover on the bandcamp page for the album. 

Cynthia Trulinger

Vanessa_thatcoolkid

Skip Thornhooter

Skip Thornhooter (square)

Sebastian

Rue Clemintine 2

Rue Clemintine 1

Phil Hernandez

Patrick B

Linda Millard 2

Linda Millard 1

JMK1975

Hayden Reynolds

Hayden Reynolds (With Effects)

Domenic S (Winner!)

Daniel Aguilar

Daniel Aguilar 3

Daniel Aguilar 2

Roland TD-8 Industrial Custom Kit Free Download

This is a custom programmed drum kit I made for my Roland TD-8 Module in the video above. It’s big, dirty and heavy sounding.

Download my Industrial Drum Kit for the TD-8 Here

Keep in mind I do not use the TD-8 Roland kit, so the mapping is slightly different. You will need reaper to load the file onto your TD-8. Just run a midi out from reaper to your td-8 and play the file, your TD-8 will automatically import the drum kit. Make sure you back up your kits before loading new ones! My kit tom 1 is crash 1, ride is mapped 3 zones using the ride input and the crash 2 input, crash 2 is mapped to Aux. Everything else is normal.

Can You Draw Me?

Pre-Order, or Pre-Save “Can You Draw Me?” Now! Worldwide Release on 12/4!

 

2020 was a weird year to say the least, so what better way to finish off the year than with a really weird album by Demonic Sweaters? Yes, “Can You Draw Me?” is weird, but I do not think it is weird in a way that makes it non-relatable to the average listener.

On this album I have returned to my roots and it is very synthesizer and drum heavy. Above all I believe this album conveys a consistent mood throughout. A mood of mystery. A mystery steeped in technology gone awry. A ghost in the machine.

The album is organically played, but electronically produced. My electronic drum set was used on most of the songs on the record using the Roland TD-8 and Alesis Nitro drum modules. Synthesizers and controllers used were the Kawai K1m, The UVI Emulation One, UVI Darklight, Casio CT-370 (Soundfont by DS), Akai MPD16, MidiPlus Classic 49, Mothman 1966, Mothman 2000, Elogoxa Cosmogirl, EGOkILLERversion2, and the Korg Monotron Delay, and some others I probably forgot about. Guitars and basses used were the Squier Mustang HH, Harley Benton RX-10, Rogue Fretless bass. Acoustic drums Tama Club-JAM Mini with expansion kit and Paiste Cymbals (on Space Dingo only)

You can pre-order the album already on Bandcamp, or pre-save it on Spotify!