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My "ride"cymbal is freakin“

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    Try to raise the threshold a bit while playing. In some cases the amount of threshold that is needed for one pad/cymbal will very from the amount for the next pad/cymbal, so tweak both of them.

    How high is your sensitivity set for the pads/cymbals?


    What rack are you using?

    Are you on top of a drum riser? Is it hollow?

    Are you playing through headphones or PA?
    If PA; how close are your speakers to you? Are they raised? How strong are they and your amp (if using one)?

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    szvook

    [This message has been edited by szvook (edited April 04, 2001).]
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