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General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: SD card read speed
December 03, 2019, 01:17:24 AM
Quote from: welshsteve on December 02, 2019, 11:59:51 PM
Yeah I remember my 2nd module (the one I parted with) needed a new card, so it's stands to reason this could have an iffy one too. It's out of warrantee now so I guess I can't be asking for a replacement so was just gonna get a new one from ebay.
This is the "good" stock card used in the 2Box modules:
General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: SD card read speed
December 02, 2019, 05:18:14 AM
Quote from: welshsteve on December 02, 2019, 04:18:47 AM
Okay, I’ll have to open it up and get the card out to see. But it’s one that came with it assembled. So it’s a 4gb card.
Sorry man, I thought you had the Extender in that..... The only question on the internal card is if it is one of the Bad ones .... If it is ATP you will prolly not be able to improve on that. 2Box put some modules out with a bad card .... Intenso brand:,3934.msg28466.html#msg28466
General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: SD card read speed
December 01, 2019, 10:58:36 PM
Quote from: welshsteve on November 30, 2019, 05:23:39 PM
Hello Gang,

I used to have 2 Dit3 modules, now I have one. When I had two I had one module for cymbals, one for drums. There's a 3zone sound I put together that I had no issue with on the two modules, now I am using the one I have left (the one that used to have cymbals only) I am finding major sporadic latency on this sound. No other sound is affected, just this one. It's quite big (40+ layers on each zone)

I am wondering if I should replace the SD card.

Any ideas?
If you snap a pic of the card I can tell you if there is a better one.
General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: 2boxdrumit5 error
October 05, 2019, 01:59:19 AM
Agree with what Steve posted. You will need to take the module apart. If it doesn't have the card extender it could be as simple as taking the card out and putting it back in (just in case it isn't seated right). If that isn't it you will be looking at reformatting or replacing the card. If that happens with a module that has the extender, removing the card from the external card slot and reinserting a few times sometimes works. But if not opening up the module will be necessary. Instructions for opening the module are here:,991.0.html
I think the Aquarian rimShot is a Piezo, so choosing PadPP for the head and Rim for the rimShot would prolly be the right choice. AFA crosstalk between the head and rim: Have you played with the LXTR setting? It can be a little tricky finding the right threshold, Gain, etc. for the head and the rim and then using the LXTR setting on top of that should help to isolate Head/Rim. I've never tried the rimShot, so can't give any direct knowledge of that, but in general the LXTR setting is a specific setting for dialing in the PP pad.

EDIT, Nevermind, the rimShot apparently is an FSR .... so all bets may be off. The FSR is specifically made so it is not triggered by sympathetic vibration unlike a piezo for the rim. Generally rimshot on a mesh piezo/piezo pad is setup to kind of combine the head and rim when you hit the full rimshot..... Honestly you may be better off just adding a single piezo attached to the shell near where you hit the rim (usually the bottom half of the drum shell). Something like a Pintech trigger would prolly work better for that than the FSR.
General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Help with Lustark's SDSE
September 09, 2019, 03:08:32 PM
Lustark created SDSE and has some of the best support you could ever hope to get. No need to even start a thread, he will help you.  ???
ATH-M50X are my favorites, really good immersive headphones for Edrums.
Quote from: Murgen on August 16, 2019, 10:34:41 AM
Agreed ... I wonder how and if they solved the latency on SD-cards not suited for 2Box purposes.
From the talks I had the card situation will be the same ..... That was one of the reasons they originally didn't put a slot in the side. But they will be supplying a 32GB card that is compatible (probably the 32GB ATP ProMax), and I believe you will be able to buy additional cards from 2Box. But the cards I/we already have that are compatible with the current Drumit 3 and 5 will work too .... at least I'm almost positive about that.
The Stealth Dual Zone Amber Acrylic Snare contains my new ISM-6 trigger system. 3 head and 3 rim sensors make this one a drum that picks up everything, no ghost notes are missed, and no double triggering. It really is the best triggering snare I have ever built. Customers that have used my ISM-6 conversions say the same. And those that have owned my ISM-6 converted drums and the aTv aDrums say mine perform equivalent.
5.5 X 14" with my new durable clear rim guard and GoEdrum mesh head (my favorite mesh head to date). $350 shipping included in the CONUS
Contact me for details on purchasing and for shipping quotes outside the US.
As mentioned earlier you can build a new Hi Hat file with DsoundTool. Just take one of the Hi Hat .dsnds that you like the sound of. In DsoundTool you can disassemble that and rebuild it. Just don't use the full open sounds when you rebuild it .... All that takes about 5 minutes by the way.
Thanks for your continued work and support. You're one of a kind!
This is the 3rd video demo in the last few weeks of a CRX Air cymbal pack with my Stealth Cymbal Conversions installed along with the full ISM-6 Drum Kit Conversion Pack. This time it is all built and tweaked for the 2Box Drumit module. I recently did similar videos along with the Pearl Mimic Pro and Roland TD-17 drum modules. Thanks for watching. Jman
Quote from: JoeyD on June 20, 2019, 08:47:37 PM
How road worthy is this after the mod? I use my brain with my cover band and would like to expand it, but do not want to worry about it jiggling loose in the case bouncing around the trailer.
Well, whether you do the card mod or not I would highly recommend putting your module in a padded case when transporting. If it is in a padded case it would be fine with or without the card mod. Electonic modules and bouncing around don't work well together. There are lots of drummers gigging that have done the Card mod though for sure.
The only thing that works with the Drumit Five is the original 2Box Hi Hat. Unless you use the Stealth 2Box Hi Hat Stand Conversion kit that I build .... or possibly something from Anders/Zourman.,1890.0.html