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Kabonfaiba
Kabonfaiba
Analysis Paralysis!
"An optimistic cynic, slight melancholy."
Last Activity: Today, 08:16 PM
Joined: 10-14-13
Location: Hampshire, UK
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Dangerous gases?
    I had to look this up a while ago because it scared a friend who brought some earplugs I recommended once (thanks for that!)

    From my understanding; Proposition 65 is a law created for the purpose of bureaucratic ring-fencing pushed through under the virtuous guise of safety legislation....
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  • Interesting, the grounding wire serves to protect the PSU itself from discharge but perhaps the act of protection was leaking noise during the step down in voltage.

    Damn it Jman, you've got me shopping for PSUs now.

    I have hundreds of laptop adaptors at my disposal...
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  • Looking forward to the release of the Drumit Five MKII.
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  • The product undeniably works really well if you are expanding your VST drum kit, but it's incredibly shoehorned if you wanted to use it as a way to expand your module sounds using MIDI in - as the onus is on the module to support more channels in the first place. e.g. You couldn't use it to expand a...
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Megadrum : should I buy ?
    The eDRUMin has a killer interface we could only dream of on Megadrum. But 4 inputs is ridiculous - I would need to buy at least 7 of these modules? I get competing with the current market but they need to think bigger.
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Megadrum : should I buy ?
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the Yamaha hi-hat controller hardwired to send stepped resistance values by design?

    In which case, you'll need a new hi-hat controller if you intend to take advantage of SD2.0 CC support. Otherwise there'll be no difference to triggering the way you are...
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Megadrum : should I buy ?
    The Megadrum project is basically fully developed. No more bugs left to fix. No better time to jump in.

    The DIY part has always been about optional cost saving, you can buy a ready built 120MHz aluminium module and it's still exceptional value considering the features and inputs. Only alternatives...
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Heel up nitty gritty
    I actually switched from a Roc-n-Soc saddle, to the round version for just this reason!

    They definitely are one of the most solid cushioned fabric seats can you are buy (probably why so many people buy them) I have lots of points of discussion about drum stools actually - maybe for another...
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Heel up nitty gritty
    As somebody who overthinks on regular basis, I think technique is absolutely worth working out, early on, particularly if you want to play double kick pedals: You can't be leaning on one foot for balance.

    But there is a difference between bad technique and personal performance.
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to ATV aD5 Sound Store has been Quiet.
    ATV, just process the existing samples. Easily double, quadruple your drum library.

    Especially if you bake multiple versions of digital reverb. Use some top class leading algorithms, get big names on board. Trust me, the marketing will write itself.
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to VH-11 The Real Problem (and the fix)
    Noticing where you put the foam on the inside has given me some ideas.

    Foam is probably the best bet - but I'm going to try some alternate materials to test a theory; is it more effective to cushion the shock or more effective to absorb it?

    If the piezo is triggered by physical...
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to Kt 10
    I too would also recommend the KT-10; not necessarily because it's quiet but because it's just an honestly good direct drive kick pedal that happens to incorporate a trigger into one portable package. I've had two of them for years and they've never missed a beat. The reliability is sound.
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    Last edited by Kabonfaiba; 08-03-19, 01:32 PM.

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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to VH-11 The Real Problem (and the fix)
    Fantastic OP, I can completely relate to everything you've written.

    I've mitigated this problem for years with delicate calibration, so the prospect of knowing a real way of improving this pedal / bow crosstalk exists with my VH-11 is certainly appealing.

    But you've also given...
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  • Kabonfaiba
    replied to DIY Opportunity w/ Monitor/Amp
    in DIY
    Yes it's possible and has been attempted before!

    EBDV (Electronic Bass Drum Voice)

    Another thread about putting an 18inch driver in a bass drum here

    I too, had this idea hit me years ago and I got pointed to these threads at the time, it's nice to finally return...
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  • Agreed on the EQ sweep, it's a simplistic interpretation and I would've expected more dimensions of change; e.g. overtones.

    It's entirely possible that MODODRUM will improve as they develop the software - but in comparison to Roland's black arts and the algorithm mastery on the TD-50 -...
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