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Thanks much Anders.  I will get on with it.  I greatly appreciate the help from all of you folks here on this site.

Curious if anyone can explain the process to actually get the Steven Slate sounds into my 2box. Currently running Mac. Hopefully I don’t need a pc. I’ve done a few of the voxengo sounds but they were already in the format to use the editor. I know next to nothing about SSDrums. Please educate me. Regards.

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: New drumit5 module!
« on: February 04, 2019, 10:36:45 PM »
Thanks Paul.  I appreciate the insight.

Furthermore, I am very glad to see 2Box with all the new stuff.  I was worried they were not doing so well the last few years. 


General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: New drumit5 module!
« on: February 04, 2019, 02:36:14 PM »
Curious if by some chance, our current Drumit 5 modules might accept the software that drives the new DI MK2 so I don't have to sell the two modules I currently perform with to get all the benefits of the new MK 2 version?


DrumIt 3 and DrumIt 5 Software - PC / Mac / Re: BDF3... Wow!
« on: November 10, 2016, 02:50:04 PM »
Hey Folks,
I have never messed with sampling or other studio type DAW stuff, just a live drummer that triggers my kit via 2box and ddrum4. But as my ears...and rest of body is aging...I'm leaning more towards all mesh and trigger live kit.

Forgive me for asking newbie level questions, but what kind of work is involved in loading these samples into my 2box? 
I see Voxengo and BFD3 on a few of these threads.  I am guessing/hoping that they're in wav format already in proper dynamic format? i.e.: are they ready to load in to the sound editor and make new dsnd sounds?

I must admit that the demos from both of the sources mentioned are great sounding. Some of the BFD demos I listened to on their site are impressive.

I'd really like to have a few more kits on my 2box as I've really only settled on a handful with the factory and other sounds that came on my 32G card upgrade. Thanks J...

 Maybe I missed the thread/threads with more of this discussion, if so can you link me there?

I have no idea how to even begin with superior drummer, slate, or any other.  Would Voxengo or BFD3 be easier?  You guys that have spent hours and days doing this please point me in the right direction.

Kind Regards, Scott.

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Hi Hat Bark/Choke not working
« on: August 27, 2016, 10:00:02 PM »
Much thanks again for the helpful suggestions. 

Ok, all good now.  Everything was working as it should except I couldn't close the hats and stop the open ringing sound.  Calibration page indicated as it should Angr77.

The fix was as suggested...more than once to me by the Jman.  I just didn't interpret properly.

When calibrating in the closed position, I raised the hat maybe 1/4" or less from seated closed position.  Then, raised the hat more than I normally would in the open position when in cal mode.  Works great.

Believe I am running software 1.30 as it's your 32G upgrade but unsure what rev.  Guess I'll have to take another look.

Now if I can just figure out how to make my old ddrum4 cymbal pads track properly when connected to the 2box.......

Curious how the kick triggering with 'VEEDGE' has improved?

Best Regards All,

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Hi Hat Bark/Choke not working
« on: August 23, 2016, 06:13:46 PM »
Hi everyone.  Scott here in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.  I've used ddrum units for a few decades now...still am.  This is my first 2box unit.  I must be doing something wrong.  Please point me in the right direction if anyone has ideas.

I am using Jman Jerry's hat mod and it functions great.  Thank you Jerry for your great support thus far.   But, I have open cymbal sound still ringing out when I close the hat.  So I am not able to do hat barks or whatever they're called.  I have closed sounds functioning just fine.  It's just that if I open the hat and hit it, I can't choke it out when I close the hat.

I see all three plus signs on the options page and have tried all combinations.  Also, I have no hat sound when just operating with my foot.  I'd expect to have a closed sound.

Regards, Scott.

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: DIY 2box Cymbals
« on: June 23, 2016, 06:12:00 PM »
Hi Folks, Forgive me if I'm interrupting your thread.

I'm new to 2box and am just loving this thing. Anyway, This piezo/piezo to piezo/switch conversion interests me that I see on this thread.

Would this work for a diy 2box hat? Seems to me that a piezo transistor controlled switch would be much better than a physical psi sensitive one. Yes?

I currently have a Pintech dual piezo/switch cymbal pad for my 2box hat with the Jman mod. It works but I think it could be better. Any drawbacks to making one of these for the hat? Love to hear everyones suggestions.
Regards, Z.

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: My DIY Hihat controller box
« on: May 31, 2016, 12:59:46 PM »
Hi Folks, first post after much reading on site.  I have many questions, but this just piqued my interest....

I'm an old ddrum2/AT/4 user just now discovering 2box.  Can you explain a bit (or a lot) how and if my ddrum4 hat pad might be integrated to 2box as I read on this post? I'm scared to just plug my ddrum4 hat pad in to my 2box. But I can't help but be curious if it's possible.

Yes, I've purchased the Jman mod, which is excellent, but I'd like a spare on live gigs and I've got two ddrum4 hat pads here already...I still like my old ddrum stuff.

Thanks Jerry for your helpful replies and kit/card supplies if you do read this.

Kind Regards, Scott.

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