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  • Acusnare setting

    I found that when I hit strongly about 1-2" from the rim , no sound will triggered.....but the rim LED will light up......but after I turned off the rim , snare sounded normally......but I will have no rim sound .....

    How can I solve this problem???

  • #2
    Perhaps a stupid question: but did you assign a sound to the rim inside the module?

    It seems like you didn't (LED light up but no sound)
    Robert

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    • #3
      Make sure that your head is tuned evenly and very tight. They get loose as time goes on, expecially the snare. I had the same problem the that fixed it.
      TD-10xp
      Hart Acupads & Cymbals
      (Gigapro Set)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by puttenvr:
        Perhaps a stupid question: but did you assign a sound to the rim inside the module?

        It seems like you didn't (LED light up but no sound)
        puttenvr:
        I assigned it, I listen it carefully and heard a weak a rim sound....but I am hitting the drum head , not the rim.....

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mike:
          Make sure that your head is tuned evenly and very tight. They get loose as time goes on, expecially the snare. I had the same problem the that fixed it.
          Mike:
          Thanks for your advise.
          I tried your method, but the drum head give my drumstick a terrible bounce when I hit it.

          I think the rim sensor is too sensitive, so I lowered the rim sensitivity to 1 , that seems ok!!

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