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General chit-chat / Re: 2Box Facebook group?
« on: September 05, 2018, 02:57:45 AM »
I love the Facebook Groups with one exception, its so linear. If you are looking for a piece of information its almost impossible to find, forums give you the opportunity to search and find threads pertaining to your topic of interest.

Facebook is cool of your browsing and seeing what other members are up to on any given day. I just wouldnt want to rely on it for important information. My two cents.

It is Piezeo/Switch/Switch for all of the Yamaha TP and XP series pads.

When I split the toms I had to change the setting to piezo/piezo so the Tom and the othe Tom were just the heads were triggering. Simply put when you split the toms the Yammie tp100’s turn into single trigger pads. At least that’s what I got when following the manual.

Maybe if you keep the Yamaha 3 zone setting you may get 2 zones but that was not my experience. Tom

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: SD card compatibility list
« on: July 31, 2018, 07:58:22 PM »
I will re report after the month is up. Thanks for catching my mistake. As I said, it seems to be a great card.

It was also reported here to be a card that works by others in other posts.  I found them for an amazing price so I wanted to report that it is still available.

Again, thank you for catching my mistake. Always appreciated.

Never mind, i figured it out on my own.

I am getting a memory error in DSoundTool, can anyone point to the link in the help manual that explains this and how to fix it.

General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: I bought the Drumit3 today..
« on: July 23, 2018, 01:11:34 PM »
Hey Dobly, yeah this module is amazing. I recognized you from the Alesis Drummer forum. I just received mine and love the module so far. Sounds are amazing and it was easy to mod with the 32gb mod add on. 2Box and other sounds are easily added, toms have amazing clarity and dynamics, high hat is easily dialed in. Pretty much a joy to work with and play. Good luck with it. Tom

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: SD card compatibility list
« on: July 22, 2018, 08:52:16 PM »
I purchased 1 of the SanDisk Ultra  SDHC UHS-1 Card speed is up to 80 MB/s 533x the fist one i put into the card extender works perfectly.  So I purchased another 2 because they were $12.49 each. Seems to be a great card.

General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Settings for splitting tom inputs
« on: July 21, 2018, 08:53:11 PM »
Found it, the manual falls a bit short in this area.

General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Settings for splitting tom inputs
« on: July 21, 2018, 07:55:36 PM »
Can anyone describe the settings changes or walk me through the process to split a tom input. I added the splitter and would imagine you would have to set the pad type to PadP.  I got this far but when I went to assign a tom sound all it goes through is the tom rim click sounds. Anyone know what I am missing? Thanks

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: Drumit 3 Card Mod
« on: July 20, 2018, 06:02:58 PM »
I completed the 32gb card mod with no issues. I did run the card extension under the module mount after making enough space with washers. Works like a charm plus plenty more room for expansion. I used one of the cards recommended and it worked fine. I am still amazed at how well this module triggers.

My spudger tool for fixing phones came in handy, also my tiny torx driver set and some other tools. It was a straightforward mod, took some reference pictures so in case I couldn't remember where the screws went but did not need them. Great Mod

One thing to note, after I completed the card mod I had to re calibrate my high hats. I still have a ton of stuff to learn but I am already going to get a second module to complete my kit.

I have not even dipped into the sounds from SD2 and all of my expansions yet.  I feel like a kid in a candy store after all of these years suffering with unspectacular sounds.

I have the settings all basically good for me. Some of the functions are not clear in the manual about saving module settings but I quickly picked it up.

Someone wrote regarding anyone who had owned a DTXTreme 1 or 2 would do well with this module is correct. Its a quick learning curve. 

I love the RHH135 but it is possible I might switch back to the VH11, my RHH is long in the tooth and it may be retired to fixed hat status. Not sure yet.

I thought I had heard crackling when playing but it was just noise from some of the stock samples.

Thinking of tearing apart the module tonight and doing the 32gb card mod.

When they made this module they definitely had some of us in mind, this module is all about customization and setting it up for your sounds and your style of play.

Thanks Jerry, although as EDtC said who needs to play on the outer edge of the pad. I am not complaining by any means as I said the pad is very playable, just needs a little tweaking. I will know more today. Loving the module, it is very playable and once I have my sounds in the module it will be the perfect module for me.

Keep us posted about the HIHAT... I am interested to see how it fairs!

So far I have the High Hat working pretty well, the playing response is great. The foot chick is a little off. Calibration went easily enough. Tomorrow I have to dial in the RAW setting as well as the PFACT & POFF settings.  The Good News is the High Hat works well and is just as responsive as it is on my DTXtreme3.

So Far I am loving the module. Even the manual is not bad, not lengthy by any means but gets to the point and is easy to understand. (I wish Yamaha would learn that)

I am so pleased with the triggering and ease of setting this up.

One thing to note regarding the XP120SD (Textured Silicone Pads) towards the edge of the pad the triggering falls off a bit to say the last quarter inch of the pad. I am sure its the Textured Silicone and you cant raise the gain high enough to get it any better. Very much still playable though.

I just connected the XP120SD, the TP100's and a TP65s as well as the Yamaha Cymbals.

The TP100 I set to PadPS and had both head and rim, triggers beautifully. Everything is hot so like Welshsteve I had to adjust some settings.

The XP120SD I set to PAPSy, I had to go quite a bit higher on the gain. But plays beautifully.

I used the standard settings for both the Yammy pc135 and my trusty pcy 150ys.  Now off to calibrate the high hat. I hope I can keep my RHH135, ya just never know.

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