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Any VB6 Dudes Here?

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  • Any VB6 Dudes Here?

    This has zero to do with drumming other than I volunteered to set up this simple screen and am doing paradiddles on my head

  • #2
    OK so you got the rythm in your head. Thats a start. Get a TD3 and enjoy.


    • #3
      Originally posted by John.b View Post
      OK so you got the rythm in your head. Thats a start. Get a TD3 and enjoy.

      nah....wouldnt touch a td3 after having the td20 for 2 years


      • #4
        I used to do some scripting using VB6 and VBA, but I am mainly a C++ guy.


        • #5
          Well, havn't touched vb6 for along time. I'm a dotnet dude!. C# and vb net.

          TD-9KX 3 X PD-125/ 2 X PD-105/ 4 X PD-85/KD-85/KD-120/KD-8/Cy-5/cy-8/3 X cy12R/C and 1 CY15R 2 X CY14C and a good ol VH-11!


          • #6
            What simple screen are you setting up?


            • #7
              I've dabbled in VB6 and .NET. Do you have a specific question?
              My Updated Website: https://blades.technology


              • #8
                I've got access to a VB6 dude. What's the question?

                Roland TDW-20 Module VEX'd, Boss FS-6, two DW 9900 holding four Pintech Concertcast toms, Hart Dynamics Pro Snare on DW 9300, Hart Dynamics ECymbal II HiHat on EPedal II, Hart 14" Crash, 12"crash, 14"China, 16"ride on 4X DW 9700 , Pintech DingBat, Roland KD-120, Tama Iron Cobra doubles, Pork Pie Big Boy Throne (Camo).


                • #9
                  i started using vb6 in like 8th grade (1999?). i use to love using it.
                  My e-kit

                  My a-kit


                  • #10
                    Man I haven't used VB6 in years! Moved on from there to VB.net and eventually onto C#.
                    Roland: TD12, KD85, PD105, PD85 x3, CY15R, CY14C, CY12R/C x2, CY5, VH11
                    DW: 5002-TD3 Kick Pedals, 9120AL throne + backrest
                    Yamaha: HS1100 HH Stand
                    Audio Technica: ATH-M40fs Cans
                    Jeroen: Custom Electric Cowbell
                    Kentley: Custom Piezo Trigger Splitter x2
                    ByteArts: VEX TD-20 Kits: Top 50 1&2, Gigging Kits, Exotics 1, Professor's Pack
                    Vdrumlib: Drum Librarian


                    • #11
                      You are all wimps. I do machine code. And I am not talking about Assembly Language, I am referring to using an editor to embed op codes. (OK, just kidding. I haven't done this since my embedded systems days)