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Hi!

I used a mesh kick with my Ddrum4se and that works very well. (16 inch kick...) But You have some trigger settings in Ddrum4se for external triggers.

https://youtu.be/URgH1sgr9YE

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com




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General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: DrumIt 3 MKII
« on: March 23, 2019, 06:23:50 AM »
Yes, the OP is wrong. It is a DrumIt Five MK II coming up,

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Hi!

Just to really understand the trigger part of your question...:-)

I get the feeling that you are using your td-25 module to trigger the DrumIt Three over midi...

True or false?

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Hi!

Have you tried the 2box DrumIt Five preset found in AD2?

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Good to hear!

I hope you have seen that you can use AD2 as a stand-alone application (no need for pro-tools etc) if you just are going to use AD2 and play drums! Full midi support and ASIO multichannel audio support directly in the standalone app.

I have used AD2 on stage with 8 channels out...worked great! (Even used the internal sequencer found in AD2 on stage)

I am big fan of AD2...been using it since ver 1...and have done a lot of beta testing for XLN through the years.

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Hi!

It will be better. (And less complex) but you won’t get all sound flexibility found directly in AD2.

A hint to make Vh-11 more smooth in AD2 ... there is a small “arrow” sign found in AD2 which brings up a drop down list with two hh choices. (Easy to miss) It is found in and the mapping window on the hi-hat settings. This controls the openness parameter...if it is open at midi pedal level 90 or 128...try this! You have also the pedal sensitivity slider...a lower value will make hh pedal more smooth.

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Hi!

1. You need a PC (no support for MAC...no idea if w10 emulation using Boot Camp  would work on Mac)
2. Then you could use the SDSE application from Lustark.com
3. The SSD5 plugin/VST needs to be installed on the PC
4. Pick your sounds or Kit in SSD5 which you want to transfer in SDSE...
5. 15-30 minutes later...your sounds will end up as DSND files + kit...
6. Just to transfer to your 2box module!

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Alesis Strike 16" cymbal
« on: March 15, 2019, 06:25:57 AM »
It looks like people have got descent results with the strike 3 zone and Roland modules...and drum-tec says it is Roland 3 way compatible...(it is then a piezo, switch, switch implementation)

So it looks like on paper that it will work fine on DI3. :-)

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Alesis Strike 16" cymbal
« on: March 15, 2019, 05:13:13 AM »
Hi!

I am afraid i cant find it on the DI3 compability list. Does it have 3 zones? Is it piezo on bow and the edge and bell are switches...then it will probably work.

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Hi hat calibration issue- maybe
« on: March 14, 2019, 05:13:34 AM »
Hi!

No I don’t think anything can be “fried” in tha hihat pedal system. It is quite secured and controlled.

Check the cables and do the universal trick to reserve the hihat pedal when doing the calibration, e.g when calibrating closed you physically keep the hihat open and when in open mode you press down the hihat to closed. This will make it to reset and hopefully wake it up.

Best regards

Anders /www.zourman.com





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Just some input...

The trigger to midi part on DrumIt is around 3 ms...so the latency will mostly be generated in the VST + sound card. But a better pc, sound card with native ASIO drivers will most often be the solution to bring down the latency.

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Other e-drum systems / Re: Prevent double kick hits?
« on: March 12, 2019, 05:12:20 AM »
Hi!

The mask setting is available on all triggers/inputs.

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: DIY cable - Cymbal wiring? Drummit 3
« on: March 11, 2019, 06:56:16 PM »
The 'snare' can have 3 sounds/triggers? What is an example of this? I recall on my old DM10 module I could use velocity switching between rim shots and cross stick sounds. Is this what you mean?

A plain Yamaha 3 zone pad like XP120T etc will do the trick...it is built like their 3 zone cymbals.

Here is one example: https://goo.gl/images/oZBfKt

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e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: DIY cable - Cymbal wiring? Drummit 3
« on: March 10, 2019, 04:39:03 PM »
Good question!

The DI3 can handle up to three sounds/triggers on some of the channels like the snare or the three cymbal channels.

Most often a 3 zone ride is using a piezo/switch/switch implementation. For an example the Roland cy-15R which have two stereo outputs...piezo + edge switch on one connector...and piezo + bell switch on the other connector. But in the case of CY-15R...it has only one master piezo...so the piezo signal is sent twice to the di3 on A and B channels.

Looking on a Yamaha ride cymbal, they are sending piezo, switch, switch on one stereo channel...using a 10k resistor to differentiate the switch signals and through this create three triggers..

So basically the DI3 design can only handle up tp three sounds per channel. The x B inputs is just a part of a channel. So the maximum are 3 sounds per logical channel...

But I agree that it would have been nice if DI3 could have added a 4th sound slot on each logical channel...but it is not like that!

Best regards

Anders / www.zourman.com

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Hallo!

Haben Sie Beispiele für Wave-Dateien, die nicht konvertiert werden können?

freundliche Grüße

Anders / www.zourman.com

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