Why not combine both? drumit 3 and edrumin 4 via midi for hihat and snare?
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Quote from: Karbonfaiba on June 25, 2021, 11:02:41 PM
Enabling real 3 zone snare support would be an excellent new feature.
They would need to code new midpoint thresholds in the unit settings however to allow us to calibrate it properly. Are we suggesting 2box no longer has a coder on their support team, which is why they cannot even approach these ideas?
Quote from: tsss27 on July 03, 2021, 04:44:48 PM
Interesting. 2Box has told me directly (as well as a few others) that MIDI cross stick would definitely be in the next official firmware. We will see. I don't know why this site has it posted before 2Box themselves or if it is even finished (I would assume not since they haven't posted it...)
Quote from: Karbonfaiba on June 30, 2021, 06:58:22 PM
Well my 2box Drumit5 MKII runs just fine on 1.40.0.
There is now an SCHAN On/Off in the UNIT MIDI.
I can't see any other new settings in the UNIT or KIT menus. No new FX, Hihat feels the same, etc. No noticeable difference in triggering except my crashes did need adjusting. Everything triggers very well I must add.
Quote from: tsss27 on July 03, 2021, 06:09:14 PMOk, but are they set to "On" for all pads or just some of them? if they are all off he won't notice any latency/lag/stuttering, and if he is not playing SD2-3 exported kits he won't notice it either...
He has the latest official one, 1.36.3. So yes, those parameters are in there.
Quote from: tsss27 on June 30, 2021, 05:46:56 PMAverage size for a SD3 kit is around 900MB for dry kits and 1.2GB for presets. But that doesn't seem to be the issue since, as halftime says, this happens with any SD2-3 kit no matter the size...
Do you have an average file size for an entire SD3 kit where this problem occurs? A friend has kits over 1 GB running with 0 glitches (not from SD, though.) Also, if you know about audio editing and such, you can save a lot of space by trimming the ends off each sample once SDSE creates them (or in cases of libraries where you can get into the raw data, after that is extracted.) Sometimes there are 2, 4 or even more seconds of silence at the ends of samples that can simply be chopped off.