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MS-SPO
MS-SPO
(Michael)
Last Activity: 06-09-17, 12:46 PM
Joined: 03-16-15
Location: Germany
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  • Hm, what will probably happen is this.

    Think of MIDI-data as a kind of note noted on a score or lead sheet. When receiving such (external !) data, the TD25-sound-module needs an additional hint, how the "note" should sound. That's why you assign one of the standard instruments...
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    Last edited by MS-SPO; 06-09-17, 12:41 PM.

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    replied to stick vibration a problem
    Hi basschick,

    I tried to estimate the overstress you experience, which may open a few more venues for you to reduce the pain.

    For simplification I only focus on the stick, when it moves down, hits the pad and moves up again. I neglect effects from hand or pad. Kindly please...
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    Last edited by MS-SPO; 06-05-17, 06:25 AM. Reason: typos typos typos ... ;-)

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  • MS-SPO
    replied to stick vibration a problem
    Hi, please note that basschick reported serious constraints (tendonitis).
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  • MS-SPO
    replied to stick vibration a problem
    Dear basschick,

    thank you for your extra information on a lightly stinging index finger and tendonitis, which were important for me to understand. So you have serious constraints compared to e.g. me myself.

    I'd like to share some analysis and observations with you on these...
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    Last edited by MS-SPO; 06-03-17, 07:21 AM.

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  • MS-SPO
    replied to stick vibration a problem
    Hm, I'm sorry, I don't really understand your stick situation.

    What I understand is you have a loose grip, hitting on rubber pads so far. But how do you hit? Do you hit in a hard or in a soft way? Do you intend to keep the stick quite fixated more or less inside your hand or fist, or do...
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