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Gosalem
Gosalem
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 05:37 PM
Joined: 03-02-17
Location: France
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  • I can't wait to read your review! I looked at the guy's FB page and he seems to be VERY committed and nerdy

    Also, I saw that he is working on triggers for Zildjian L80. I'm VERY interested in this as the Gen16 module is a pricy thing
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    wow! thanks, they look great and cheap
    Now if they are internal, one got to remove the resonance heads at the bottom of the toms I guess.
    Aesthetically, I'm not a big fan of that, but I could go DIY through the air vent as mentioned in this V-drums kit vid

    Made in Europe...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    Thanks a lot for the educated answer Myrk.

    I might consider investing in a DDT Truss (centered) for snare as it is important to maintain as much subtlety as possible
    then regular (yet dual) rim trigger for the toms.
    I hear you for double bass drum trigger positioning. It'll...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    I know! I did not put it here in the first place (from what I recall) and was really surprised when I found out. It's not DIY AT ALL.
    Anyway, if you do have info, I'm interested. It's the only piece of my kit that is missing and I need to move forward with this.

    Also, since my first...
    <p class="p1">• Trigger Double zone (Rims)<br />• Couleur : noir<br />• Convient à tous les modules de son de batterie électronique<br />• Connexion jack<br />• Installation facile<br />• Boîtier robuste<b
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    Last edited by Gosalem; 03-20-17, 05:58 AM.

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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    Thanks for the info. You truly have a beautiful kit. I will post pics of my new kit once it is finalized

    I still have no idea which dual trigger I will use for this kit. It's the only missing gear for now. I know I can't afford DDT as they are twice as expensive as RT30 or DT50... but...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Old dog (trying) to learn new tricks!
    Hey and welcome. I might be a bit younger but we followed the same path I guess
    Started in 90-91 with a Yamaha Power V, and recently got interested in creating an hybrid kit... just that I am only loyal to Zildjian and got a small jazz Gretsch Kit for the appartment.

    By hybrid,...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    @moderators: it seems this topic has been moved from The Lounge to be put here in DIY. I don't understand why as it is truly a general question on equipments. As tstaed, even though I do like DIY project, this isn't my goal here. I just want to know what are the best triggers in the community's opinion...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Drumsplitter
    watch out though. There is 2 kind of drumsplitters: male and female.
    >With a TD11, all input use female drumsplitters but the "CR2" works with male ones. Those specs are on their website http://www.drumsplitters.com/shop.html
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    great stuff. Thx. I'm into DIY a lot, but for some reason I want this project to be "legit" gears because it's all new to me. So I don't have the perspective to see where I can do "as good" on my own. But yes, triggers seem to be VERY basic in their design. And yet, there are so...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Choosing the best triggers
    in DIY
    You refeter to the DDT kind? They are twice the price so I hope it's a significant improvement compared to RT30 or DT50

    I have a Drum Tec Real Feel on the 12" snare and "design" series for the toms and kick.
    Enregistrer
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    Welcome to drum-tec! We are Europe's e-drum specialist with three showrooms in Germany, online shop and we stock everything e-drummers need!
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    Last edited by Gosalem; 03-15-17, 04:29 PM.

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  • Gosalem
    started a topic Choosing the best triggers
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    Choosing the best triggers

    Hello

    I am new to eDrums and decided to trigger with a used Roland TD12 on a Gretsch Catalina Club 16/8/10/13 // 12x5.
    So I am trying to figure out the best triggers for my money.

    So far, I saw the Roland RT30 which look really good but pricy. Same with the classy shiny...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Realistic looking cymbals
    Thanks for the input. I do like the L80 sound as it does the trick better IMO and the sound is interestingly "matte" - whereas Gen16BB try too much to be real cymbals without having their qualities. That said, they do have a china

    I REALLY don't like the look of the L80 but...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Once and for all headphones
    indeed - in my personal case, this wouldn't be a problem as there wouldn't be pad noise, but silent heads with triggers and Gen16 cymbals - from which I don't mind the sound making an attempt to reach through the headphones
    But you are totally right when it comes to pads. You need that blo...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Hello from Paris, FRANCE
    Since then I understood the main difference: Gen16 being "sound" whereas triggers are simple "electric" input. So if you plug one in the other, it's thru the "mix in", not the midi input/output. Thanks. This is the kind of stuff I learned over the last few days ...
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  • Gosalem
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    yes, I have seen the same vid I guess. Triggering L80 with Pintech RS-5. Then yes, it's only a "single" trigger the guy get. But it does the job I guess.

    I read that L80 don't work super well with Gen16 module and pick-ups as they aren't optimized for it. The bell seem to be ok,...
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Hello from Paris, FRANCE
    Thanks to you all for taking the time to read this lengthy piece. I was excited, yet anxious to get it wrong. Going hybride with no previous experience of eDrums and midi in general raised a lot of questions. I've been spending a lot of time online and IRL, talking with other drummers, watching vids......
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    Last edited by Gosalem; 03-12-17, 05:50 PM.

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  • Gosalem
    replied to Once and for all headphones
    I heard very good thing about Sennheiser HD25sp which are a reference for DJs as they do a good job blocking some external "noise"
    http://www.headfonia.com/sennheiser-hd25sp/

    I tried them in DJ booth but never with a eDrumKit. Any thoughts?
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  • Gosalem
    replied to Realistic looking cymbals
    Hey. Those are muffled though.
    The Alesis Surge seem to be like this as well... Do you know how many brands there is out there manufacturing eCymbals?

    I guess it's all for the look because it won't sound much on its own - contrary to L80 or Gen16 for example.
    Talking about those,...
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  • Gosalem
    started a topic Hello from Paris, FRANCE

    Hello from Paris, FRANCE

    Hi there,

    I just dived recently into the edrumming world and it looks like a good time to do so for an acoustic drummer like me. I live in an appartment and I recently invested in a jazette drum kit:
    Gretsch Catalina Club: 16" bass drum, 8" &10" tom toms, a 13"...
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    Last edited by Gosalem; 03-03-17, 12:45 PM.
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