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    I have download vdrumlib demo for Mac, i want to try it before buy, when i start the app the "receive sysex daya" is disable. I can't link the app with my V-Drum. Do i need to register this demo? Thanks
    TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

  • #2
    I think the trial should be fully functional for 10 days. What MIDI interface is connected?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by vitalhomestudio View Post
      I have download vdrumlib demo for Mac, i want to try it before buy, when i start the app the "receive sysex daya" is disable. I can't link the app with my V-Drum. Do i need to register this demo? Thanks
      If the trial has expired, then you would not be able to launch the application -- you would get a "trial expired" message. Since you can launch it, that means that the trial has not expired.

      Which vdrum module do you have? Also, have you selected that module in the module selection dropdown -- see "Step 1: Choose Your Drum Module" of the following link: http://www.vdrumlib.com/manage_kits.html

      Btw, there is a contact link on the vdrumlib website. If you click that link, you can send me an email with you questions and I will answer them.

      -SD-

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      • #4
        Originally posted by vitalhomestudio View Post
        when i start the app the "receive sysex daya" is disable.
        From your previous posts, it appears that you have a TD-9. It is normal for the "receive sysex" function to be disabled for a TD-9 because the TD-9 is not capable of sending or receiving bulk dumps via SysEx. Instead, the TD-9 uses the USB Flash drive to transfer backup files to and from your PC. Here is the online help for transferring your backup to your PC: http://www.vdrumlib.com/td9_Backup.html

        -SD-

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        • #5
          Thank you for all your answers.
          No trial version has expired, Yes I chose the TD-9 in the vdrumlib menu. I broke the USB port on my TD-9KX2 during a move, so that I can not use it. I thought I could use vdrumlib to save and manage my sounds and can be purchased vexpressions. If you have an idea ...
          TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

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          • #6
            I tried choosing TD-10 and send and receive sysex becomes enable. If I chose TD-9V2, send and receive are disable.This bothers me is that the TD-9V2 is supported by vdrumlib. It also has it that I have not found in vdrumlib the place to set up my midi interface (UM-One). That may be because I'm on Mac OSX Yosemite i don't know. I would like to say that my midi interface works very well with my DAW.
            TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

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            • #7
              Without the usb port working I think you are screwed!
              It should not be that hard to fix though. How are you at soldering? Only a few small wires to connect to make it work again. You could always solder in a external usb port.
              "It makes sense if you dont think about it"

              Mimic Pro, SPD-SX, 2-QSC K-10s, K-sub, Yamaha mixer, and a bunch of other expensive cool things!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by vitalhomestudio View Post
                If I chose TD-9V2, send and receive are disable.
                The TD-9 is NOT capable of sending or receiving SysEx.

                This bothers me is that the TD-9V2 is supported by vdrumlib.
                The TD-9 is supported in VDrumLib, but not via MIDI because the TD-9 cannot send and receive SysEx backups. Roland designed the TD-9 backup method differently. You have to use a USB Flash drive to transfer VEX kits and other backups between your Mac and your TD-9.

                Here are the instructions to transfer TD-9 backups to your Mac and to VDrumLib:
                http://www.vdrumlib.com/td9_Backup.html

                Here are instructions to transfer backup files created in VDrumLib from your Mac to your TD-9:
                http://www.vdrumlib.com/save_td9.html

                -SD-

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                • #9
                  Without the usb port working I think you are screwed!
                  It should not be that hard to fix though. How are you at soldering? Only a few small wires to connect to make it work again. You could always solder in a external usb port.
                  Thank you to encourage me, I believe in the open it but I am not good for soldering.
                  TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

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                  • #10
                    The TD-9 is NOT capable of sending or receiving SysEx.
                    I know but my usb port is defective. thanks
                    TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by vitalhomestudio View Post

                      I know but my usb port is defective. thanks
                      That is unfortunate. Contact Roland to see if you can get it fixed. Or, maybe it is cheaper to sell your broken TD-9 and purchase a used TD-9 or TD-15.

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                      • #12
                        I think it all

                        Many thanks
                        TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

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                        • #13
                          Good day, I did repair the usb port of my td-9. I bought VEX Acustix, Natural, VDrumlib and everything works fine.
                          TD-9KX2 / Gretsch Catalina Maple 8-10-12-14-14-16 / Fender Rhodes 73 981 / Roland FP-5 / Korg T3 / RCF-315A / Microphones / Motu 828 MKII Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 / Yamaha HS8 / Logic Pro X / Studio One Pro / Komplete 9 Ultimate / MacBook Pro retina 2015 1Tb SSD I7 3.7Ghz

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by vitalhomestudio View Post
                            Good day, I did repair the usb port of my td-9. I bought VEX Acustix, Natural, VDrumlib and everything works fine.
                            Good job! It is always nice when you are able to fix something like this yourself without having to send it out and spend $$$$$ !
                            I could tell you where to stick that piezo! ;)
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by vitalhomestudio View Post
                              Good day, I did repair the usb port of my td-9. I bought VEX Acustix, Natural, VDrumlib and everything works fine.

                              I knew you could do it!
                              "It makes sense if you dont think about it"

                              Mimic Pro, SPD-SX, 2-QSC K-10s, K-sub, Yamaha mixer, and a bunch of other expensive cool things!

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