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  • Snare throw-off

    Hey Guys,

    This has probably been done before, but this is my take to a snare throw-of switch.

    I took the original snare throw off lever and added a switch to it. I use that witch to switch the piezo between two inputs on the module. (my 56 input megadrum has lots of them ). I can now switch between which input on the module is connected to the piezo. Since the switch I had laying around was a double switch, I did it for the head as well as the rim sensor. This way I can also do rim shots in the off position

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    Snare off position

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    Snare on position

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    mounted on the snare
    Brain: mega drum. 5 toms: DIY mesh head, side-mounted DIY triggers. Snare: 14" 682 head, DIY crossbar trigger. 2xDIY beaterless BD pedal. .Cymbals: Crash: 2x 16" brass: 2 zone. Ride: 20" brass: 2 zone. Hi-Hat: 14" 1 zone DIY Control pedal + Pearl H900 stand. + drum rack:

  • #2
    That's super cool!
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    • #3
      Brilliant! I don't think I've seen anything like that before, well done!
      Megadrum module, DIY A2E pads, DIY 2 & 3-zone cymbals, DIY hall-effect 3-zone hi-hat, El Cheapo buttkicker, DIY trigger beaters on DIY longboard/direct drive modded pedals. DIY IEMs. Some kit pics/history.

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      • #4
        Very creative and inventive!

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        • #5
          I like that. nice work
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          • #6
            Very cool!
            Practice Kit-TD30 module.6 pc STARCLASSIC B/B DIY conversion.pearl tru trac bass drum trigger,cy15,2 x cy14,cy 12c,2 x cy8.vh12 hats.cake pan conversion.
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            • #7
              That is an excellent trick!, I think I might borrow that idea for my snare build

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              • #8
                I was thinking of building a small midi controller into a throwoff to send a program change into the midi-in so that you can change kits with it (obvious one is to a kit with the snares off, but doesn't have to be only that).
                2Box Drumit5, DIY 12" Snare, 12" Floor Tom, 2x10" Toms. Acoustic cymbals w/DIY triggers, Triggera Krigg, Tama Iron Cobra Kick and Tama Roadpro HH stand. Tennis Ball Riser (not needed now I have the Krigg lol).

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