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MilosDrummer
MilosDrummer
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Joined: 05-12-17
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Phantom Sound
    Check the cables!
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  • It's always great to see new ideas! Keep 'em coming ☺️

    In the meantime, could you explain what this explorer does (apart from exploring )? If you manage to edit parameters, how do you know what to change and by how much?
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  • Haha, seems Garo has more fans than I thought ☺️ Good to hear!...
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  • Rating any musician or an artist is purely subjective. Think of the armies of them in India or China. We may have no record of them, but they may be highly rated in their world. The top notch western musicians may be very underrated in non-western countries, rightfully so, they have nothing on the masters...
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 07-20-19, 10:33 AM.

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  • I hope you can see a pattern here? Being a headliner in the '60s and '70s was a very different thing comparing to the past few decades. The guys that rocked the main stages in the times of long hairs were easily made into gods, many of them played on 'enhancers' and were more or less one trick ponies....
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 07-20-19, 02:18 AM. Reason: Posted before finishing...

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  • Using a dual zone trigger such as the RT-30HR also alows for the 'noise cancel' function on spdsx. Wether to use the stereo cable (and both zones of the trigger) depends on how the setup will behave in your situation and what you're trying to achieve. Possibly you'd have to use a second trigger for...
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  • I know that if I haven't adjusted my vh-11 travel (the clutch height or the clutch adjuster), sometimes I get a 'ghost' open hi-hat sound when hitting the rim while in loose closed position. Never used vh13, don't know how it works, but to me it seems like an adjustment issue. Try checking the hh travel...
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 07-15-19, 09:03 PM.

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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Getting Audacity To See Module
    Yes, an audio interface + a DAW (like the presonus combo you mentioned) is a good solution. The audio recording capabilities of a camera are not comparable, I'd say....
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Getting Audacity To See Module
    The software you use for recording has vitualy no impact. What can make a difference is the post-recording phase, applying eq, compression and other effects to enhance the sound. You could record on anything and import the sound in a DAW (or something like soundforge or wavelab sofware) for editing,...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Wireless module control
    Thanx. I guess my career as a sales pitcher or a merchandiser would be a short-lived one... ...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Wireless module control
    I've been using that kind of setup for many years with my ex band. We had a full PA system with delay lines and driveracks, soundchecks were aided by running recorded stuff, I was co-engineering with the soundguy... Agreed, that's the way to go. Modules have direct outs for a reason, outboard mixing...
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  • Sounds like you have to adjust the recieving side for td20 mapping, and to adjust the module for less double triggering. The firmware you have is capable enough to transmit all midi data, just the two sides have to use the same rules. Using the soundcard should eliminate lag (to a degree, depends also...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Wireless module control
    This, in part, was the thing behind my idea. As I mentioned in the thread 'how good your v-drums really sound?', not all sound guys are able to mix edrums well, and anyway I think there's quite a few situations where even a competent engineer would have to rely on the drummer to adjust the sound (multiple...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Wireless module control
    And this wireless connection to other devices allows for controling the module? There is no mention of this in any manual that I know of, nor in any topics that I found here... Again, to be clear, I'm not talking about eg. TD30 wireless conectivity that allows for sound output to be recorded, or the...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Wireless module control
    What can one do with this dongle? What can the firmware update provide?...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Wireless module control
    I'm sorry if I've been unclear, I reffered to wirelessly controling the basic mix of a module in a live situation. Suppose you have a ekit going stereo to FOH, wouldn't it be nice for a soundguy/any band member to be able to adjust the levels and maybe eq of the elements in a kit from the front? Many...
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  • MilosDrummer
    started a topic Wireless module control

    Wireless module control

    My search brought up only a mention of aD5 getting this feature with some next update, but it seems other big names are not even speculating this. Now that eDrums appear on live gigs regulary, wouldn't it be normal to have wireless control over some basic functions at least? Lately, even budget digital...
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  • I have no experience in coding, but have some in edrum tweaking. My guess is that in order to program any kind of software for controlling the module, one has to start from tapping into the module's functions, which means you first have to get familiar with them. That means you'll probably get proficient...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to From Motorcycles to Drums?
    Hello, welcome to the forum! Bravo for the kind gestures, and for the will and perseverance in doing that bike thing. If you put that kind of persistant effort in drumming for a year, chances are you'll not only have a big supprise for your son, but also get good enough to take it up as a regular hobby....
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 07-05-19, 05:43 PM.

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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to TD-50KV "Moon Walk" kit.
    Glad I could help! There's a lot of tools to shape the sound in the td50, just note that they interact with eachother. Between instrument modeling, pad controls and master effects, there are many ways to do one thing. And then there's the great ambience/overhead/kit resonance to glue it all together...
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