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ignotus
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  • ignotus
    replied to mesh head repair
    Get 43T or similar silkscreen printing mesh, cut out a circle slightly larger than the head and just lay it on top. The pressure of the hoop will keep it in place and tighten it without the need for adhesives, or you can always glue it in a few places around the hoop (of the mesh head).
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    Last edited by ignotus; 11-16-17, 02:11 AM.

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  • ignotus
    replied to new sound module idea
    in DIY
    Another Megadrum user built something similar years ago using a touchscreen: ...
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  • I can give you a hand with Linux if you want to give it another try. That said, you may or may not get better latency and I suppose it's always better to run software natively. I use AD and SSD in Linux with great reliability and performance but YMMV. These VST's crash on me in recent versions of Linux...
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  • ignotus
    replied to Longboard/direct drive pedal mod
    in DIY
    Hi again.

    I made some changes to the direct drive assembly and also made a drive shaft, as the original one had developed horrible play in the u-joints over the years. The above version of the pedal was ok as proof of concept, but it was a bit ugly, so I decided to redo it.

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  • To get the best of both worlds (a moving hi hat that doesn't interfere with the sensor while being struck) I can't understand why they don't just use a controller assembly that goes under the pedal. It also frees you up to use whatever cymbal you want for the hi hat. I suppose that right there is the...
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  • ignotus
    replied to DIY triggers almost done
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    Some cool stuff in this thread. Just so you know, you can make a touch-sensitive choke for Megadrum by just wiring a sheet of something conductive to ring and finding the right threshold value. If you have a metal cymbal you could just wire the cymbal itself to ring and choke it by touching the cymbal,...
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  • ignotus
    replied to Spinning Hi-Hat
    in DIY
    I use adhesive-backed velcro. One small square stuck under the cymbal near the bell, another on the stand, and a strip linking the two....
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