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General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Need snare sound advice
« on: March 10, 2017, 03:13:50 PM »
Sharing is a tentative subject. If it's a snare you've sampled yourself, as in, your own personal drum, I believe that's okay. If you're talking a ripped VST (Superior drummer, Ez drummer, BFG etc) then sharing is a big no no.
If Jman gives those sounds, I guess it's not VST ones, right? ;)

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Need snare sound advice
« on: March 07, 2017, 03:36:18 PM »
Did you find all the snares on the card? I just ask that because besides the Snare folder and in the eNerd folders, there are snares in 3 other folders on the card. So if you just change instruments within the Snare folder you will not find the other new snares.  These are the other folders with snares:  New Snares, Drumasonic, and Red Sparkle. So in those folders there are 8 snares. I don't know if those will suit you either, but just to let you know if you hadn't seen or tried any of those.
Hi Jman. Are there some snares you could share here and that are not on eNerd's site and on default 4GB card? If so, I assume you could share them here as you offer them with your 32GB extender card mod.

Sorry in advance if I missed any post about that.



One more question: can we create .dsnd files with it like DrumIt Five Editor does? Or does only SDSE do it?

I have no vst on my computer so I think I don't need SDSE/Reaper but a tool like DrumIt Five Editor/DrumIt Manager (if it allows me to create dsnd) to create dsnd from .wav files I find on internet (free samples or packs I buy for any vst, as long as they are in wav format) right?

Thanks for this explanation Lustar. So far I only use/edit one kit but I have to admit that all those features seem very interesting!

DrumIt 5 Hardware / Re: Bought a used 2Box kit. Problems? Advice?
« on: February 10, 2017, 10:16:38 AM »
Tip: if you lower too much the sensitivity (Curve) of the rim, then it will be very difficult to display its settings by hitting it as you'll have to hit it hard... So just push the More button at the same time as tom one, then rim setting will appear in Unit menu.

Ok thanks Jman.

Anyway, I have all I need with the free one so far.


What's the use of this software if we have already the free DrumIt Five Editor? Sorry, maybe a silly question but I can do everything with the free sofftware so I was wondering...

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Color change to chrome
« on: February 03, 2017, 04:59:39 PM »
That looks amazing!!! I really think about doing the same as it's REALLY not the same kit anymore and I guess it makes it get value with such a customization!

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: Yamaha PCY-135/PCY-155 and 2Box
« on: February 02, 2017, 11:49:10 PM »
I just bought 2 PCY155 to replace 2 of my 3 2Box 14" (they were way too hot, they 'exploded' to 0dB at each hit even with gain and curve to the lowest).
I use them with 'Cym14' type setting and both bow and edge work like a charm without any bell triggering on the bow, even with hard hits. Strangely, 'CyEdg' does not work that great for me, I have to increase the gain to have a decent response, whereas 0 is fine with 'Cym14' setting.

By the way, I set the cymbal level (physical adjustor behind the cymbal) to the highest.

They really are the best cymbals for me, in term of manufacturing quality, play feeling and price (less than twice cheaper than a CY-15R...).

Francais / Re: line in
« on: January 31, 2017, 02:26:23 PM »

T'as vérifié le volume de ton fader LINE dans UNIT - MIX ?

Et aussi, t'as quoi dans UNIT - OUT ? T'as bien "Mix" pour PHONS ? Car si t'as choisi un "Sub" paramétré sans le line out (icône de la flèche à gauche de l'écran), forcément tu l'entendras pas.

En espérant que ça t'aide !


Setup guides and tips / Re: Hot cymbals
« on: January 27, 2017, 09:52:10 AM »
Hello everyone,

I know it's an old topic but I have the same issue and it seems to be cymbal-related. I have 3 original 2Box cymbals and one particularly meets this issue. I reach 0dB (max hit level) as soon as I hit it just a little bit, even with gain and curve to the lowest. It's very annoying. Even my other 2 cymbals have this issue, but much less.

So I'm thinking about buying some Yamaha PCY-155 cymbals as they seem to be the best (about feeling, triggering, durability, right?) and one of the cheapest e-cymbal on the market.

docadiddle > Have you solved your issue? If so, how?

Thanks a lot.

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: SD card compatibility list
« on: January 01, 2015, 12:20:31 AM »
Happy New Year Guyz!!!!!

Jman has the files but dunno why he did not post them, even if it seems to be a useless update for 1.26 users.

Hi guyz.

Like peanutismint, I have the same issue and no way to get rid of this head sound when hitting the rim of my PD-105/125 Roland pads.... even by tweaking the Threshold, the xTalk and Curve.......

I really don't think we can get very good results with a 2Box brain and Roland pads (at least PD-125 and PD-105)...... If someone can help, that would be great.....

Otherwise, I so love 2Box module and sounds... and yet I come from a Roland TD-30 (but was bored of the synthetic sounds...). So maybe I would need the original 2Box hardware (not the most sexy IMO but at least is compact and working well with the brain)...

e-drum DIY / modifications / Re: SD card compatibility list
« on: December 30, 2014, 07:56:43 PM »
Hi ANGR77,

Maybe a silly question: but how do you update files on your 32GB card as you can't do it over USB (for cards >4GB) and as you didn't go for the card extender??

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