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General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: SDSE Export
« Last post by welshsteve on May 31, 2022, 04:27:21 PM »
I don't use SDSE, as I am on a Mac and there wasn't a Mac version. Also, I never wanted to have windows on the computer just for this purpose. Now I don't even own a 2box module anymore (bit of long story) but I kinda pine for one still. Anyway.. I am not sure what the problem is. As long as you have the wavs, you can just make them as single from a kick/perc sound.

I always made my sounds the long way around. I'll summarise how that goes here.

1. Open your DAW, load an instance of whatever VST you're gonna rip from.
2. Make a row of 30+ midi notes from low to high (velocity 25 - 127) on the sound you want. I placed them at the start of the bar. I avoided lots of ambience as it's baked-in, dryer is better for live use in my opinion, but that's personal choice.
3. Make an audio file of these notes (in Logic Pro X is called "Bounce in place") be sure to set tempo so that the sound of the note doesn't over lap the next.
4. Trim at the start of each bar (this maintains no silence before the note start) so you have a serious of single audio files
5. Trim the end of the note if necessary (no point in having a second or more of silence at the end)
6. Export all cut and trimmed audio files to a location on your computer to be dragged onto Drumit app. Make sure the file is correct format, can't remember exactly but I think its WAV, 16 bit 44.1 hz

Open Drumit app, sound, select Kick/perc/loop (for a single voice sound) drag exported WAVs onto the head zone, best results to set "max tune" to 0, save sound and give it a name. Drag and drop into the module in the location of your choosing (Perc, side sticks etc)

if you want to add it to snare which has a rim, if I recall, in kit edit/sound, select rim sound by pressing shift and snare then you're able to select any sound in any location. If scrolled left all the way where nothing appears as a sound, it will apply the rim sound thats already there.

*nb, it's been a long time since I sat behind a 2box module so forgive me if I have got any of the above wrong. But I had 10 awesome year bashing the crap out of my Drumit5/3
General 2box Drumit 5 forum / SDSE Export
« Last post by Sabian63 on May 31, 2022, 03:55:44 PM »

I'm trying to get SDSE to export a single zone of a snare drum i.e. just the side stick or rim so that I can create a specific .dsnd file for that zone (to use on a BT1 trigger bar.) I'm playing around with the settings - but haven't quite landed on the correct one to get SDSE to export as multiple wav files.... Can anyone help me?


General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: 2box mk2 problem
« Last post by marcin79_05 on May 30, 2022, 06:59:27 PM »
Crashes and issues sound causes too slow sd card
Orginal 2box card reading 100mb/s ...problem solved when change sd card 64gb san disc extreme pro 170mb/ how change orginal card too very better
General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: 2box mk2 problem
« Last post by marcin79_05 on May 30, 2022, 06:37:56 PM »
Problem is sd card must be very fast reading .I have 64gb 170mb/s...
General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: DrumIt5 MKII with 64gb Cards
« Last post by Deve Loper on May 29, 2022, 03:56:17 PM »
Hi. Sure fast these newer SD card interfaces. But it depends on the type of cpu / soc if it can be used.
Best I have seen is UHS-1 on embedded soc chips. (Mmm, interesting! :-)
Mimic uses a Sitara SOM which has SATA,

Just the SOM costs like the whole DI5 mainboard.


General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: DrumIt5 MKII with 64gb Cards
« Last post by Karbonfaiba on May 29, 2022, 12:12:22 AM »
SD Express sure looks tasty doesn't it?

That marriage with PCIe 4.0 and NVMe is ideal. SSD like bandwidth in SD Card form factor is crazy, hopefully IOPS come along for the ride too.

I would have no idea if it would be easier to develop AHCI for MSATA or NVMe for SD Express at this stage. The Mimic uses the former and it fairs perfectly well, but its an expensive module still, any cost savings made on the older SATA interface seems to have been made redundant by it's construction costs. However if both memory storage options provide the performance, I would pick the least troublesome.
General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Drumit 3 mounting screws
« Last post by Karbonfaiba on May 28, 2022, 07:00:28 PM »
Ah that's good to know dtree, I thought they might be M5 after looking at some M size comparisons. But all the shopping sizes I searched gravitated towards M4 as the most common. That's Swedish design I guess!

I'm having just as much trouble finding alternative encoder knobs to upgrade the front.
General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: DrumIt5 MKII with 64gb Cards
« Last post by Deve Loper on May 28, 2022, 10:12:51 AM »
Hi. Thanks for the thumbs up Cman!

As fat32 on sdxc is not officially supported, there is no official utility to format them.
I am afraid cloning will have to do, or very low level byte wise tinkering.

Larger than 4 GB over the current DrumIt USB implementation goes wrong indeed (I know why).
However,  I dont want to go into details because I need the solution for my own sake, so to say :-)
I hope you understand. It cant be solved with an OS update anyway.

The original DI5 had the card built in, because it is (and turned out to be) hard to find a capable card. So the 4 GB USB limit back then was ok.

All the best,

Ps. In the DI5mkII user manual it still says support for 64 GB, but on the web site its gone.
General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: DrumIt5 MKII with 64gb Cards
« Last post by kenjwright on May 28, 2022, 06:39:57 AM »
Hi All.
I think a card can not be too fast. The host determines the transfer rate. See also
However, access time can maybe be too long, but that does not affect the card being recognized.
Reformatting 64 GB from exfat to fat32 is not that simple. Cloning is not the correct way actually.

Hi Deve, Can you explain this phenomenon where supposedly (because I don't intend to validate!!) connecting the USB port when using a larger than 4GB card will destroy all of the data on the card? Seems a bit crazy!


General 2Box Drumit 3 Forum / Re: Drumit 3 mounting screws
« Last post by dtree on May 28, 2022, 12:07:40 AM »
So I tried the M4 and it was too small. I went digging in one of my drawers where I’ve placed misc bits of hardware over time and sure enough I found 4 screws that fit. M4 was too small and M6 too big. They appear to be M5’s .08 thread and about 14mm in length.
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