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  • All Modules Sticky?

    hartdynamics
    TD-9KW

  • #2
    All modules?

    Nice idea , but a sticky for all modules seems like a daunting task, as there are tons of them out there. Who would have the time to do all that research and post it?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by stickinthemud View Post
      Nice idea , but a sticky for all modules seems like a daunting task, as there are tons of them out there. Who would have the time to do all that research and post it?
      Co-working like on wikipedia?

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      • #4
        Michael Render already has a V-wiki set up so why don't you help it along by adding the information you want to see onto the wiki and then have a sticky in the forum linking to the V-wiki site?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Swaledale View Post
          Michael Render already has a V-wiki set up so why don't you help it along by adding the information you want to see onto the wiki and then have a sticky in the forum linking to the V-wiki site?
          For some reason there always has to be something going on before people join in. I guess that's why they visit vdrums.com instead vwiki (with all respect to MR for taking all the trouble. I guess it only takes one, maybe two or three, sheep...)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by eric_B View Post
            For some reason there always has to be something going on before people join in. I guess that's why they visit vdrums.com instead vwiki (with all respect to MR for taking all the trouble. I guess it only takes one, maybe two or three, sheep...)
            It is going on... it's already there, it just needs people to contribute to it to allow it to grow. If someone can't be bothered contributing then I say they have no right to moan about not being able to find the basic information they want in one easy site or post/sticky.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Swaledale View Post
              It is going on... it's already there, it just needs people to contribute to it to allow it to grow. If someone can't be bothered contributing then I say they have no right to moan about not being able to find the basic information they want in one easy site or post/sticky.
              Well, that's what I mean: people who can contribute probably won't do it without knowing there are a lot of people visiting that site, reading their posts. And people who want easy information wouldn't be the ones to contribute as they know 'nothing' (or to put it well: have very little to contribute).

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              • #8
                Yeah, it is very hard to gather information in one place. It usually takes one or two people putting in a huge effort. The V-Wiki does not see a lot of action, but every once in awhile I will add more stuff. Soon, it might be worth looking at.
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                • #9
                  Also, I think a lot of people who contribute here and have knowledge to share aren't teachers. They can and will respond to questions but writing articles from scratch, that's another kind of ballgame. It also makes someone more responsibe, posting here is much more free, less 'official'.

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                  • #10
                    I think it can be done easily.
                    Just reply if you can fill in a blank or two.
                    And the result can be entered into the wiki.

                    I don’t know if it is possible to create a table. Since I can’t do it, I just start with a list starting from the latest module as far as I know.

                    features all modules have come with like midi in/out, EQ, Reverb, etc. I leave out for now.

                    name
                    release - discontinued
                    class (Questionable?)
                    Trigger inputs
                    Analog outs
                    Sounds
                    Kits
                    Anything else? (stereo pads/rim, positional sensing, price, extras?, etc…)



                    TD-9
                    - 2008
                    - semi
                    - ?
                    - ?
                    - ?
                    - ?

                    HD-1
                    - 2007
                    - entry
                    - closed system
                    - ?
                    - ?
                    - 10(?)
                    - ?

                    TD-12 (replacement for TD-8)
                    - 2005
                    - pro
                    - 12
                    - 4
                    - 560
                    - 50

                    TD-3 (replacement for TD-5)
                    - 2004
                    - entry
                    - 9
                    - 2
                    - 114
                    - 32

                    TD-6V (replacement for TD-7)
                    - 2004
                    - entry-semi
                    - 11
                    - 2
                    - 1024
                    - 99

                    TD-20 (replacement for TD-10)
                    - 2004
                    - pro
                    - 14
                    - 10
                    - 560
                    - 50

                    TD-6 (replacement for TD-5)
                    - 2000
                    - entry -semi
                    - 11
                    - 2
                    - 1024
                    - 99

                    TD-8
                    - 2000
                    - pro
                    - 12
                    - 4
                    - 1084
                    - 64

                    TD-10
                    - 1999
                    - pro
                    - 12
                    - 8
                    - 600 (960 with extension)
                    - 50 (100 with extension)

                    TD-5
                    - 1994
                    - semi
                    - ?
                    -
                    -
                    -

                    TD-7
                    - 1992
                    - entry – semi
                    - ?
                    - ?
                    -
                    -
                    TD-9KW

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                    • #11
                      One thing that drives me a bit crazy as a new E drummer (especially when I first came here) is the TD-20 name.

                      A lot of posts mention the TD-20 but it gets confusing as to the Roland drums or the module. I really wish they named it different or people would say TD-20 module when they talk about the module. Why would they name it the same I will never understand. ii

                      TD-20 for sale.....I wish the TD-20 would have better sounding whatever...Anyone have the manual for the TD-20... Argggggg...

                      It is very confusing to me at times. Of course some posts are obvious but not all are and subject headers get confusing.

                      Maybe it is just me ii



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                      • #12
                        Careful, or we'll be back onto the "do you call it a drum kit or drum set" discussion again

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                        • #13
                          It's called a Trap Set...

                          Sorry, just stirring the pot.

                          I like the idea of what the OP is requesting, or at least to a degree. The search fucntion on this site kinda blows... when looking for TD-10 you get notta. When looking for TD 10, you get zilch. But when you look for TD10 you get a bunch...

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                          • #14
                            I like the root of this idea very much but it seems like a daunting task. But, but, but....Roger Wilco's post already fed me info I can use.
                            Where's SomeGreyDay when you need him?
                            Thanks to all.
                            TD9 Frankenkit

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