2box forum: accident-free since the last one.
Started by Sheshelj, February 03, 2024, 12:57:06 PM
Quote from: welshsteve on February 08, 2024, 12:11:41 AMSomething is way off there you can definitely do rolls, fast ones, buzz rolls etc on a 2 box kit. I had one for many many years. I have played the speedlight kit at a shop and I really liked it. Was it a demo kit, like a floor model or something? If so I'd wager it's been messed with by people in the store and it's how it is. I can't say how, but I'd factory reset it. It can be done I just can't remember how to do it.
Quote from: welshsteve on February 11, 2024, 11:24:47 PMThere's a setting in hihat, god I wish I could remember what it's called, but if you adjust that while playing it will bring the closed foot position up, and you'll get it right. I'll have a look at the manual now to see if I can see it and jog my memory of what setting it is. As for the other playing issues. I know you can get it playing great. It should be pretty close out of the box but then, I would need to be sat infant of it to get to the bottom, I just know very well what the module is capable of. Hold that thought. (unless someone else can chime in with the answer before I do some reading up)
Quote from: Sheshelj on February 13, 2024, 09:57:33 AMAlso is there an option to change the rim sound on my toms to lets say a tambourine where my tom sounds like a tom but the rim sounds like a tambourine? I had that feature on milenium idk if 2box has it.
Quote from: kenjwright on February 14, 2024, 09:19:57 AMHi! While on the Kit->Drum page, press and hold the MORE button, then press the trigger button. Now you can use the dial to select the sound for the associated rim (PERC) channel.Cheers!Ken
Quote from: Sheshelj on February 15, 2024, 07:19:51 PMYeah thx man, i guess its the same for snare rim, right?
Quote from: kenjwright on February 17, 2024, 01:50:56 AMYep! Snare and Toms all have the extra PERC channel.
Quote from: Deve Loper on February 18, 2024, 08:46:20 AMHi. Check the snare trigger settings. You need a piezo type on the rim. Compare with what you have for the toms.
Quote from: Deve Loper on February 18, 2024, 03:00:36 PMSet a piezo type trigger for the rim. Select snare rim chan, press and hold MORE, go to UNIT TRIG and set a piezo type.I dont know DI3 really, but something like that.Compare with how you have the tom trigs set up.Best, Deve.