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Discussion in 'General' started by fun2drum, Feb 9, 2019.
How do we compete with a robot drummer with perfect tempo and four arms?
Now that's a heavy metal band right there.
What's the name of he band?
These guys/robots actually do shows in Europe.....when you think about the electronics involved.....mind blowing.
Welp, that's it; we're finished.
Uh, 4 hands - I could blow this guy away with 2 more hands........and their singer sucks!
Drum machines are a thing!
Seen it. At least as entertaining as Disney on Ice. Personally though, I think it would be more fun to actually have a robot drummer in a band of real people. And give him a prop beer. He can take sips and get looser and looser until he finally falls over, at which point you ask "is there a drummer in the house?" and you pull your real drummer out of the audience.
Our jobs already became obsolete once. It was called "The 1980's"...
become a robot with 5 arms?
Dat drummer got no soul.
My good friend John Wright from No Means No works with these folks....
I'll just reply to the title of the thread. That's been true since 1980.
We're still drumming and trying to make a living at it hasn't changed much.
I wouldn't mind a robot roadie.
Robots are interesting for about 10 seconds.
With creativity and feel.
A robot would never have any need for this!!!
Twice. It was the 1970s and called "Disco."
That crap didn't show up until towards the end of that decade. Zep and Sabbath ruled the early part!
This is so sad...
Now that's crazy talk.