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Sharing drum sounds - wav / aiff / rex / A-Zildjian 16 & 18" crashes
« on: October 01, 2011, 07:35:02 PM »
Hi all,

I've uploaded the Zildjian crashes. The 18" is only 3 layers, the 16" is 7. They are a bit softly played unfortunately, but if that's what you want, then...
And a Sabian 8" splash:


Sharing drum sounds - wav / aiff / rex / Re: Yamaha SD-970GA
« on: October 01, 2011, 05:07:40 PM »
Are there several dynamic layers inside the sound?
Would like to recieve the dsnd files
I can't play these wavs
Dunno what's wrong
All files are multiple "hits" or layers. The crashes are fewer layer, maybe 5 or so.
The hihats are maaaany.
The files are 32bit float, or IEEE float (0.24 type 3). Recorded using Cool Edit. Some audio software may only handle 24bit packed, type 1.

Sharing drum sounds - wav / aiff / rex / Re: Yamaha SD-970GA
« on: October 01, 2011, 12:06:03 PM »

no problem here to download the files. Will try create a DSND and test it at the kit. New sounds are always appreciated, thank you!!

Regards, Manfred

You are welcome! :)

I also have the following:
Yamaha recording toms 10, 12, 14" w. emperor heads, a quite low tuning, 16bit, but they sound nice.
Yamaha recording 22" kick w. ambassador batter / reneissance front (no hole), sounds big and "old skool". 16bit.
Yamaha Steel snare 6x14", 16bit sounds OK.
Zildjian Constantinopel 14" hats, really dark and murky.
A-Zildjian 18" medium crash, 24bit. 3 layers
A-Zildjian 16" thin crash, 24bit. 7 layers
Sabian 8" splash, 16bit.
Paiste 10" Sound Formula splash, 16bit.
Pearl (don't know what series) 12, 14, 16" toms w. ambassadors, pretty high jazzy tuning, long tone, 32bit.
Wuhan chinas 30cm (8") and 42cm (16") 16bit.
Sabian AAX Heavy 22" ride, 32bit.


Sharing drum sounds - wav / aiff / rex / Yamaha SD-970GA
« on: September 30, 2011, 09:16:53 AM »
Hi all,

Here's a wav file containing a Yamaha SD-970GA snare. The files are 32-bit float, 44.1kHz.
If you like it I have more stuff.


Sharing drum sounds - wav / aiff / rex / Re: ddrum 4SE .mp3 files
« on: September 11, 2011, 05:24:13 AM »
The link for the tool is dead, could someone please post a working link?


Private - for sale / wanted / ddrum3 snare pad wanted!
« on: August 20, 2011, 05:35:43 AM »
Hi all,

Now that you've all crossed over to 2box, it's time to sell your old ddrum gear, right!?  ;D
I'm looking for a ddrum3 snare pad, preferrably black.
I would consider a cast precision snare pad also.


DrumIt 5 Hardware / Re: New rack stand
« on: January 13, 2011, 06:47:20 PM »
Hello Krillo,

The material of the rims are still polycarbonate,and the rims are now holding with 5 o-rings you can see them at the side of the meshhead, (those litte black 0-rings that holds the rim).the mk1 had only 3 o-rings, and the new mk2 version has 5, take a look at your snaredrum.  :patbat2box:


Thankx Roel,
I think I'll pass on that B-stock MK 1 then.


I only read the 7 first pages  :P so I hope I'm not repeating stuff.

- Midi merge function
-Save several trig set-ups (one for pads, one for a-kit triggers...)

DrumIt 5 Hardware / Re: New rack stand
« on: January 13, 2011, 01:06:39 PM »
Hi all,
Thomann currently has a B-stock kit which is the first verion. I'm thinking about getting it. I won't be using the kick or the hihat stand, since I'm happy with my current gear (Yamaha pedals, Roland KD-8's and heavy duty Pearl hihat stand) probably not even the snare stand. In that "what's new" pdf it said "Pads now have 5 bolts mounting system as opposed to previous 3 bolts" Where are those bolts located and does it make a difference? Has there been any upgrading of the rims? Someone said they were of plastic and not durable.


Perhaps the larger the pad the more difficult (inaccurate) triggering will be

Yeah, that's what I've figured. I use an a-e converted 13" snare, which is the smallest diameter I find comfortable. I probably would get used to the 12" though.

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: 2box latency measured?
« on: December 31, 2010, 01:52:30 PM »
Great to finally see some numbers :)
ggianni, did you use different sounds on the different pads (cymbals, toms etc...)?
The best thing is to use the same sound, since the onset of the attack is different. If you want to be picky, the best is to transfer a sample of a sinewave, preferably high frequency like 10 or 20kHz, for the fastest rise time.
My ddrum3 is 2mS :)

From my experience the latency of the module shows up when playing fast stuff with lots of notes. When I started playing e-drums I was going crazy 'cause my double bass started to suck. Now I know that the Alesis DM5 I used was very jittery, thus making the double bass uneven, and very difficult to control at higher tempos, 16'th notes 180-220 BPM.

General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Drumit 5 Module Using Other Brand Pads?
« on: December 31, 2010, 01:45:29 PM »
That is a shame.  :(
Actually I stumbled across a document that hints it does. It can be found here:

It's in Swedish though.

Hi all,

Krillo here from the vdrums and the unofficially-ddrum forums, can't remember my nick on the old forum  ;D
Still using my old ddrum3 hoping to afford a 2box soon, but also waiting for the 8" tompads. Why the 12" snare? What acoustic player uses a 12" snare!?

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