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    Hello All! I have recently added the Korg Electribe ER-1 (drum machine) to my set up. And I thought it would be so cool if I could get the ER-1 to trigger sequences on my TD-10. Yeah the TD's sequencer sucks ass, but it is the only one I've got!

    SO I set the rim of tom 3 to start a one shot sequence, by changing the MIDI note # to match the one that the Electibe is sending out I thought it would re-trigger the pattern each time the electibe pattern looped. This way when I switched patterns on the electribe the TD-10 would also play the proper pattern. Well it didnít work... this really killed my buzz.

    ANy thoughts?
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  • #2
    Are you using a stock TD-10 setup? Or are you using the 'shack method to get multiple triggers out of the tom channels? As far as I knew, the Tom channels didn't process rim shots. (I'm assuming you're using a PD-120 pad)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Louis:
      Are you using a stock TD-10 setup? Or are you using the 'shack method to get multiple triggers out of the tom channels? As far as I knew, the Tom channels didn't process rim shots. (I'm assuming you're using a PD-120 pad)

      While the PD-120 is equipped with two piezo triggers, the only place a rim piezo works is in the snare input on the TD-10. Tom 3 & 4 may as well be single trigger when using a PD-120. You would need to plug in a PD-9 or similar to get your set up to work (assuming we aren't getting into anything exotic like "Feefering" (hey, I coined a new term in Chris's honor! ).
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      • #4
        Excellent idea. It should definitely be called feefering.

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        • #5

          Yeah, it's not really about having an extra pad. It's about triggering a sequence with an external sequencer. I assigned the rim of tom 3 to trigger the pattern so that it would be impossible for me to accidentally strike the pad and then trigger the sequence out of time.

          It is really strange, if I hit preview the sequence will start, if note chase is on I can see that the rim of tom 3 is defiantly being played. It's only when the external sequencer plays whatever note # is assigned to the rim of tom three, the TD10s sequencer doesnít seem to notice.


          [td10, spd20, korg er-1]

          http://www.evolbeats.com

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