Latin Percussion LP1400-HG LP Udu Drum Hadgini
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Hey , no you don't need to remove the plugs, you would only need to remove them if you wanted to install small micro microphones into the holes to amplify the sound into speakers.
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Selected User Reviews For Latin Percussion LP1400-HG LP Udu Drum Hadgini
I liked how it turned out. If you want good results, mic the drum. It is fragile, like any piece of pottery. Although external microphones are fine, it is actually internal, miniature microphones that will enable you to fully utilize this (and most others) to the fullest degree. This could turn out to be a substantial investment for these mics, as well as the necessary components (preamp, EQ, amps, speakers, headphones, etc. ). It is possible for a mic of good quality (you need two) to cost as much as the console. There are even times when the Udu can be purchased for five times the cost. I really enjoy the sound of this drum (*see note). There are no limits to what can be done. It's extremely addictive once it's mic'd because of its wide range of sounds and subtle nuances. NOTE
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There is nothing quite like this. The sound of looking udu is full of subtle sonic tones and, depending on your personal preferences, can be used to produce a wide range Because of its odd shape, it takes a bit of searching for the perfect lap position but once found, it is tough to beat. We're going to have a blast! Last but not least, because it is ceramic, it can be cuddled and played with very quietly. You are appreciated by those near you for this feature!.
Like the picture shows, it is rather floppy and will not stand up as shown. Playing it between your legs sounds cool, but I believe it has to be held between your legs.
Odd as it may seem Looking at this drum (pardon I find that) This and so much more. In addition to a mike for more than background volume, this instrument would require an Udu or Ibo drum. As a result, you can sit in your living room, studio, or wherever you wish and play to your heart's content without the glares from those in the same room with you. There are many voices within this Udu, and exploring those voices is one of the greatest joys of owning this breed of hand drum. It is a promise I can keep Having your patience and trying to learn the full range of voices will make you very happy.
I like it a lot. Since experimenting with different tones is more conducive to using a microphone, that is likely to be more convenient. However, one thing I observed is that the outside of the material (clay or composite?) is flaking off, as I planned to play it.
The full range of notes and subtlety of the sound can only be captured by two mics on the opposite holes (or an internal mic). Acoustically playing it will not obtain the same level of satisfaction as it can through amplification and many different musical notes and tones to be found all over the It is easy to work with a controlled feedback to make beautiful tones, pushing this thing to the limit. Initially, I was thinking of returning it after playing it without amplification, but then adding the amps and it instantly became one of my favorites. I also have an LP Udu Utar that I enjoy playing. were to choose between the two, I would go with the LP Udu Hadgini. (I like the Utar, but it is not as expressive as the LP. ).
A game that is SUPER FUN to play, with a TON of tonal variations available, beyond what can be done with a single-channel keyboard There is no limit to what udus can accomplish in their chambers. However, it has a relatively thin profile, which makes it seem durable Ceramic walls make this a strong and durable product, but I wouldn't expect it to survive a fall onto a hard surface, or general I'm pleased with how things are going, so far!.
I personally have found this UDU to have excellent deep sounds and to be simple to play. There's also a microphone hole, so I will try to use it.