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Roland FD-8/VH-11 hi-hat conversation module for ddrum4 SE

Started by ANGR77, August 08, 2019, 09:44:12 AM

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Last year I introduced a conversation solution for ddrum4se. This product is a very niche product with a limited market based on that the ddrum4 was introduced 1998. (20 years ago!)
(I am guessing that the originally magnet gives up in the ddrum4 cast hihat and new ones is impossible to find)

So, just for fun..I created a solution which used a Roland VH-11 hh and made a conversation box to adapt to the ddrum4 pedal signals. (It will work on ddrum3 as well)

Sometimes...You get amazed...I just sold my 15th module for ddrum! Fun! People out there seems to still be using the ddrum4 SE and I can just agree that it is an extremely nice drum module to play with!

Some product info.
The Zourman Drums hi-hat conversion module for ddrum4 SE replaces a standard ddrum4 or ddrum4 SE CAST hi-hat (hall effect-based sensor) with your favourite Roland hi-hat. The historical ddrum4 SE drum module was introduced already 1998 and have since then been one of the legendary giants on the market. But to get these real old propriety systems to work with new technology has been a big challenge â€" but after many customer requests of getting a replacement for the ddrum4 legacy hi-hat â€" a solution was created â€" The Zourman Drums Hi-hat Conversion Module for ddrum4.

The solution is 100% plug and play (only ddrum4 SE hi-hat calibration needed) and handles Roland hi-hat pad (bow supported only) and the hi-hat control pedal through the two input connectors. The Zourman electronics and intelligence combine the two trigger signals and deliver the output into a standard ddrum4 SE hi-hat input (single stereo jack).
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