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paulf707

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Drumt5 Pads Rim Trigger Sensitivity
« on: October 28, 2018, 10:26:42 AM »
I'm using standard D5 tom pads, and just started experimenting with alternative sounds on the rim triggers (before I think about splitting the inputs and buying more pads etc.)
The LocalXtalk setting is very good for isolating the two trigger inputs (so that you can clearly play either without the other triggering) - naturally this has some impact on the playability of some of the 'normal' samples (where the rim samples sound a bit better when played with the head sound).
However, I am finding the trigger level output from the rim triggers low - with the gain fully up I still need to use the Pos2 Curve setting to get near to a maximum trigger input. I've tried some of the other trigger types, but these are no better.
Is this normal for these pads, or could I have a hardware problem?