The language of controllerism
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    Default The language of controllerism

    Hi everyone
    I'm Valentin and i've been playing the drum for now 8 year.
    A few month ago I was with my cousin who is a professional DJ and he learned me things and then I wanted to do more djiing and of course I do controllerism.

    I'm french and english is my second language and a very famous drummer Benny Greb creat a DVD about the language of drumming and I think that controllerism is a new language and it's a little bit the same as the language of drumming.
    So here a picture of the letters of the language of controllerism :

    thelanguageofcontrollerism.jpg

    Let me explain it : so in the language of controllerism it's only binary. Each *-* mean the tempo so it's 1 2 3 4
    and the *.* is when you press the button so for A you will press on 1 and B you will press on 2 (I like to make a video to show all the letters but I don't know how to film my screen and take sound, can you suggest me a software for this please ? )

    Don't hesitate to ask any question and I hope that this will help you in your mix
    (And sorry for my english )

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    Interesting.. I might need to see that video. is the point to be able to convey a message to someone using a controller?
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    I am obsessed with music notation, and am very in to this idea. Cool!

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    Controllerists could use the drum notation for using controllers, with no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicomodo View Post
    Controllerists could use the drum notation for using controllers, with no problem
    What of knobs and faders? Movement with the MIDI Fighter 3D?

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    Your english is quite understandable (to me ^^). Bienvenue.
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