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Roland TD-9 Trigger Settings

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  • Roland TD-9 Trigger Settings

    hi!
    I digitalized my acoustic Ludwig Accent with Roland TD-9 and some triggers. All of upper triggers are dual zone, only the kick trigger is single.
    So... Since I have the option to asign some sounds on tom rims my question is as follwos.
    I found the way to asign certain sounds to the tom rims in kit settings but it's kinda annoying to re-program every single kit in the module. I wonder can I asign cowbel to the tom 1 rim, clap on the tom 2 rim and gong on the floortomrim in Trigger Settings so no matter which preset kit I play, cowbell, clap and gong are there for me.
    I couldn't find this option so please, please help me
    Thanks!

  • #2
    You can use VDrumLib to edit Kits

    http://vdrumlib.com/

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    • #3
      Unfortunately MIDI note assignments are not global. But you can easily copy your modified kits (FUNC > COPY) and create additional user kits with your preferred settings.

      This is actually a feature, not a bug: this way all you need to do is switch user kits and you can have a trigger pad play cowbell in one, and tambourine in another.
      Module: TD-9v2. Kick: KD-8, pedal: Iron Cobra with KAT Silent Strike beater. Hats: VH-10 with Tama Swivel hi-hat stand. Snare: PD-120. Toms: 3 x PD-80R. Crashes: CY-12RC, CY-14. Ride: CY-15R. Aux: BT-1.

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      • #4
        Thanks to both of you. I'll check the VDrumLib out. I was aware of copy/paste existing kit and make slight modifications to it but I'd be happier if I could asign the the kit elements globaly. Well, let's play

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        • #5
          You will still have to copy on a kit by kit basis, but VDrumLib makes it a bit easier to do that in their GUI than on the Module itself...

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