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  • ige87
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    Thanks Drew. I love the chick btw!

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  • Guest_User_DA
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    Originally posted by ige87 View Post
    Bruce, would it be possible for you to put the details from that link into a word/pdf document? I can't get into the Roland Backstage thing.
    Not trying to trump Bruce, but here you go!


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    I forgot the chick!
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  • ige87
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    Bruce, would it be possible for you to put the details from that link into a word/pdf document? I can't get into the Roland Backstage thing.

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  • StuR
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    Excellent - got it working properly now. Cheers!

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  • BarT
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    Set the pad and pedal to the same Mute Group number at PATCH, EDIT, PAD CONTROL.

    Roland US has full instructions for setting up an SPD-S hi-hat pad/pedal:

    Using an FD-7/FD-8 foot controller [with an SPD-S]

    (Don't forget the chick!)


    Bruce

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  • StuR
    started a topic Hi Hat settings for an SPD-S

    Hi Hat settings for an SPD-S

    Hi Guys,

    I downloaded Mr. Stixx's mini kits and succesfully installed the wavs on to my SPD-S. All working and sounding great. Nice job Stixx!

    Anyway, as for the hi-hat. I have connected my FD8 and I am getting good and correct sounds for hihat open and closed. But if a hi hat open is struck and then the FD8 pressed, the hihat continues to ring out rather than stopping as if the hi hat cymbals are presed together.

    Is this a quirk of the SPD or can it be corrected using some clever settings? Help would be appreciated.

    Bruce, Mr Stixx, M.Render must surely know this one!!! ;-)
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