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  • Continuous HH to USB

    I found something for those looking to use their laptop as a module (sound source), and whose TMI does not have a continuous HH pedal input. It even accepts FSR. Pretty cool.
    http://midiexpression.com
    Last edited by Vectron; 10-03-14, 12:52 PM.

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    Interesting...

    But where does it fall? For us, drummers, I mean.

    Most modules these days feature CC messages for VSTs.

    It can be plugged into a DAW via DSPTrigger. Good for module-less setups.

    I don't think you can plug this into a module, giving you a continuous HH for the modules that do not support it.

    For me, I'll rely on my FSR HH controller and be happy.
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      Originally posted by perceval View Post
      Interesting...

      But where does it fall? For us, drummers, I mean.

      Most modules these days feature CC messages for VSTs.

      It can be plugged into a DAW via DSPTrigger. Good for module-less setups.

      I don't think you can plug this into a module, giving you a continuous HH for the modules that do not support it.

      For me, I'll rely on my FSR HH controller and be happy.
      You are correct.
      It would be good for module-less setups, or someone using an older module as TMI, that only had a 3-way HH (there are still a lot of those old modules out there, which are appealing to many, since they can be had for next to nothing). I don't know if the current crop of "cheap" modules have Cont.HH or not.

      One setup would be someone who uses a laptop as module, an audio interface as TMI, and this thing for Continuous HH CC output.
      No, of course this unit cannot be plugged into a module, to give it Continuous HH, if it didn't have it. It outputs to USB.

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