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G-Rad
Bass Mekanik Artist
Last Activity: Today, 10:06 AM
Joined: 03-18-10
Location: Seagoville, Texas.
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  • G-Rad
    replied to Splash cymbal
    SUstain would be another name for it. I don't knwo what name they used on the 11/15, since they have the same infrastructure in their menus, and being blind, I didn't really ever know the name they used initially. It could also be under muffling.
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  • Aside from the Roland cymbal ball joint mounts, which are about $35 USD on eBay, I have some Gibraltar mini cymbal boom arms, which are about $24 USD. They fit perfectly in Roland clamps. If you don't have them, you will need to get anti spin rotation stoppers for your CY cymbals. They can be...
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  • G-Rad
    replied to Roland 3 zone cymbal wiring
    in DIY
    Right on man, I eventually would love to build, or get some help building, a new ride cymbal with a large enough bell surface. I am currently playing on a modded pintech PC series cymbal, and the bell on this thing is just too small for my liking. I always enjoyed a ride with a medium to large...
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  • G-Rad
    started a topic Carrying case for TD-50 module

    Carrying case for TD-50 module

    I am looking for a case to carry my TD-50 module in when I transport my kit from one place to another. For now, I use the cardboard box it came in with the added task of having to remove the mounting plate every time I have to transport it. Does anyone have any other solutions?...
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  • G-Rad
    replied to Roland 3 zone cymbal wiring
    in DIY
    The wiring for Roland cymbals is very straight forward.

    You need two TRS jacks for three zones.. Jack one for the bow and edge, and jack two for the bell. You need two switches , one for the bell and one for the edge, and a piezo.

    For jack one, the positive of the piezo is...
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  • I no longer own my TD-15 but I can honestly say that if I did, I would have bought this pack, both volumes, and put that in for sure! Some amazing kits in there! I just love going to the site and listening to the samples, haha. They sound amazing.
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  • It's impossible to transfer sound samples between modules. The only thing I could suggest is copying the settings for each individual kit piece from one drum to the other the hard way, that being by opening up the previous module settings and replicating them on the new one. Or just buy some...
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  • Daly late, dollar short on this, but being a sound engineer myself, I find that using these stereo-only modules ike the TD-15 can be a bit more flexible when you hard pan the instruments to give your module two separate outputs. In my case, or something I have done before, is pan all but my kick...
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