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charlyv
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Last Activity: 02-18-18, 05:55 AM
Joined: 09-04-09
Location: Boston, MA
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  • Reply to Dutchi and VEX:

    Fantastic and great work. Like many others, it was a show stopper for me, but lets still see if we can start seeing discounts on the upgrade.
    Thanks again.
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  • If it has anything to do with a hardware problem multiplexing the digital usb inputs at the same time as regular trigger events, there may not be a firmware solution unless there are programmable (proprietary) access to that mechanism. This would be a very bad thing. Let's hope it is not.
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  • charlyv
    replied to Kick beater for 10" mesh....?
    Don't forget to loosen up the mesh a bit. Overtight mesh heads for bass pedals (agree should be hard beater) produce lots of bounce, especially on larger Roland bass drums.
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  • charlyv
    replied to Help: restoring VEX
    I like that snare as well, it is better than any on the stock TD-30.
    You could certainly take the original download and create a directory that would let you replace the kit, ???
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  • charlyv
    replied to TD 30 live with vex kits
    Wow, some of those kits are absolutely superior to the Rock and R&B kits in the TD-30. I cannot believe what I have been missing in gigs without them.
    Kudo's, and it definitely extends the playability of this kit until Roland makes another module worth buying. Saying that, my next move may...
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    Last edited by charlyv; 01-28-18, 03:52 PM.

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  • charlyv
    replied to KD-140 issues
    This happened to me when I over tightened the mesh head. It started to pick up movement in the pedal, as well as bouncy hits. It should be pretty loose, around 1.5 to 2 turns after resistance when turning the key. Turn keys in alternating sequence.
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  • charlyv
    replied to TD 30 live with vex kits
    I just purchased the VEX rock set for the TD-30. Can't wait to get some time and go through them. The recommendations were enough to put up $50, as I want to get the most out of my TD-30 before Roland goes beyond the TD-50 and produces a complete digital kit. New life for what was the premier modul...
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  • charlyv
    replied to Best monitor for me and the band
    We gig with this audio setup, 150 average venue.

    Mains: 2 K-12's on poles, 2 -RGB15 subwoofers, 2 JBL Eon 615's for the floor, 1-DS200s drum monitor (drummers monitor only), 2- Bose L1 columns (columns only mounted on a Crown 1500, on poles out of the RBG's). and an X32 digital mixer. The...
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    Last edited by charlyv; 01-26-18, 05:59 PM.

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  • charlyv
    replied to Simmons DA200S
    After hearing these puppies, I picked up 2 at Guitar Center (25% off). I plan to run each channel of a TD-30 to the mon/left of each, thus giving me stereo across the both units as viewed by the TD-30. . By using mon/left for each, you are utilizing all of the internal speaker channels (5) internal...
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    Last edited by charlyv; 01-26-18, 06:15 PM.

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  • charlyv
    replied to drill bit drum key
    They make some small hammer drills today (Makita) with quick 1/4" connects. Make sure you do not use one of these as the chordless drill.
    It will bend your hoop holes, with hardly any problem. A small hammer drill will perform like a regular drill until it gets some real resistance, then...
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    Last edited by charlyv; 01-26-18, 05:16 PM.

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  • In my experience, every Roland sound module other than the new TD-50, absolutely requires a stereo direct box on the unbalanced master outputs before you send the signal to any mixer or powered speaker. You completely solve any ground loop or EMF hum/hiss plus the XLR outputs of the direct box let you...
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    Last edited by charlyv; 01-23-18, 03:36 PM. Reason: Left XLR output does not give a mono summed signal on TD-50, only the unbalanced left output has this feature.

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