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  • #16
    Ah okok, but my calling for Steve Fisher was a joke ahahahah
    My setup: dtx900 (x2), dw9002

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Chris K View Post
      positional sensing is Patented from Roland, unless they get expired, but this have yet to see what new things could came after.
      Positional Sensing itself is not patented.

      The method that Roland happen to use for it is patented.

      You can change "positional sensing" in the above statement with lots of other edrum terms. Like "mesh heads" for example.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Abaco00 View Post
        I forgot something important on my list: a sensor for playing brushes, it would be cool
        How important is that, really? What percentage of kit sales would they otherwise lose without that feature?

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        • #19
          Yeah, they don't lose much in terms of sales i think, but it makes the product more complete. It would be a nice feature, but not fundamental in my opinion
          My setup: dtx900 (x2), dw9002

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          • #20
            I think Roland never created something totally new from the base foundation, only tweaking it in another way check here:
            https://www.vdrums.com/forum/general...eady-available
            Last edited by Chris K; 10-24-16, 10:12 PM.
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            Chris K

            DW Collector Drum, Roland TD-15\VST Powered, Spd-SX, Yamaha Pmc1 midi brain

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            • #21
              Interesting, i'll read it asap
              My setup: dtx900 (x2), dw9002

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              • #22
                Is PS any good for real?
                Last edited by vhdrums; 11-16-16, 05:07 PM.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by vhdrums View Post
                  Is PS any good for real?
                  for quiet music and few style yes, most type of music you wont even notice them when playing..
                  Regards
                  Chris K

                  DW Collector Drum, Roland TD-15\VST Powered, Spd-SX, Yamaha Pmc1 midi brain

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