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perceval
perceval
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Joined: 12-10-11
Location: Hualien, Taiwan
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  • Tried it today.

    So far, using MIDI in, I used the 4 inputs, with dual sounds per input. So, I have 8 extra individual sounds added to the DTX700, with the likes of cowbells, chinas, splashes, bongos, whistles, claps, and other whimsical sounds.

    As until now, I have no idea...
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    Last edited by perceval; Yesterday, 03:49 AM.

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  • My Yamaha DTX700 is limited in inputs. Plus the fact that the tom inputs are wired in for their 3-zone pads, which means that I can't split them (I tried the Keith Raper circuit, but never had reliable triggering with it).

    The good news is that it has MIDI in.
    And, all sounds, from...
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  • perceval
    replied to Megadrum : should I buy ?
    The first device coming out is aimed at people with acoustic kits, or with edrummers owning modules with limited inputs.

    Also, keep in mind that the 4 inputs are stereo, and splittable into 2, so a total of 8 mono sounds.
    The pedal input is the 5th input.

    i can attest...
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  • perceval
    replied to Megadrum : should I buy ?
    There will be another option coming soon in the next couple of weeks.

    the first version will have 4 inputs. each stereo input can deliver 3 zones each, a pedal input, midi and USB.
    The inputs can be regular stereo, or dual mono, so, no need to add convoluted drum splitters to get...
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  • perceval
    replied to A2E + Yamaha - Unreliable triggering
    in DIY
    I use side mounted triggers with my Yamaha module.
    easier to build, less prone to double triggering and no hot spot.

    Since there's no positional sensing on a Yamaha module, there's no need for dealing with a centered piezo....
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