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  • #16
    The only bad thing is the VST support is limited to 32 bit.
    Roland TD-12 Ludwig A2E 5pc kit, VH-11
    Studio Drummer, Abbey Road 60's 70's 80's, AD2, SSD4, SD3
    Komplete Audio 6, JBL Eon 515XT, Mackie FX12, DAW Studio One 3

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    • #17
      Bumping this thread as I reckon a lot of people would find it useful in the current situation. I had a look at the list of servers and the number has shot up.

      We're in total lockdown where I live and my ekit is in another flat. Kicking myself for not bringing it over while I had the chance...

      Stay safe, people.
      MegaDrum module, DIY A2E pads, DIY hall effect 3 zone hi hat, DIY 1, 2 & 3 zone cymbals, DIY kick beater triggers on DIY modded longboard, direct drive pedals, DIY triple driver IEMs, El Cheapo Buttkicker. Various VSTs running in a tweaked Linux Mint. Kit pics thread

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      • #18
        I've installed Jamulus yesterday, it works great. I'm in the Netherlands and made music with guitar players in Germany. It was a lot of fun to do.

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        • #19
          hi folks, I'm not new to drumming, but pretty new to e-drumming. And nex here. Hi, meet you!

          Because of the Covid-19 virus my band did not come together to rehearse last two weeks. And looks like we'll keep the social distance for at least some more weeks :-( Would be nice if we could do a realtime online rehearsal, I thought yesterday. I started googllng and found out about JamKazam, Jamulus, Jammr and some other programms that seem to offer what I am looking for.

          The only thing is all these seem to require a low latency audio device (i.e. Behringer U-Control UCA222). Or is it possible to connect my Roland TD11-KV directly to the computer using the USB-out and installing the right driver (downloaded from the Roland website)? Or do I get a latency problem then?

          thanks in advance guys/girls!

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          • #20
            I suppose the best way to answer that is to just try it out. I've had pretty good results just using the onboard sound card of my PC, but with a heavily tweaked Linux distro.
            MegaDrum module, DIY A2E pads, DIY hall effect 3 zone hi hat, DIY 1, 2 & 3 zone cymbals, DIY kick beater triggers on DIY modded longboard, direct drive pedals, DIY triple driver IEMs, El Cheapo Buttkicker. Various VSTs running in a tweaked Linux Mint. Kit pics thread

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            • #21
              Thanks Ignotus. “a heavily tweaked Linux distro”... I have a standard Windows 10 pc and am by no way a computerfreak. No Linux for me.

              If I had a cable, I’d tried already. Might go to the shop and buy one tomorrow...

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Joost View Post
                The only thing is all these seem to require a low latency audio device (i.e. Behringer U-Control UCA222). Or is it possible to connect my Roland TD11-KV directly to the computer using the USB-out and installing the right driver (downloaded from the Roland website)? Or do I get a latency problem then?

                thanks in advance guys/girls!
                Yes, you will need a decent audio interface for any of these apps. Connecting directly won't work.
                Pearl Mimic Pro; Custom Acrylic Shells; ISM-6 Snare Conversion Kit; UFO eBridges; ATV/Roland Cymbals.

                TD-50DP => SD3; KD-9; PDX-100(x4); VH-13; Roland Cymbals.

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                • #23
                  Wow. I was wondering the other day if anybody might have something like this out there yet. Very cool!
                  E-Drums: Diamond Electronic Drums (being built) | eDRUMin x4 | Gibraltar rack | ATV cymbals
                  DAW: Reaper x64 (Windows), RME HDSPe RayDAT, Focusrite Clarett OctoPre
                  VST/Plugins: SD 3, Komplete Ultimate, Arturia V Collection, AudioRealism ABL+ADM

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