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MilosDrummer
MilosDrummer
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Last Activity: Today, 11:11 AM
Joined: 05-12-17
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Roland SPD-SX Pad 2 Click Issue
    What exactly do you mean by 'signal drop out'? Does it sound quiet? Does it cut out? How do the other samples sound when assigned to the problematic pad?
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  • I use spd-sx in the setup of any kit and it usually goes left and above the hats so it can serve as anything from congas to 2nd snare, splashes etc... The main module rests beneath it. If I'd use a desicated pad instead of it, it would probably go in the same spot and since there's no need for a snare...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to TD-50 -- back to it with older pads
    We can grow tired or grow past any piece of gear depending on our expectations and abilities. I found that eDrums have as much hidden possibilities as the acoustics, one just has to have a good reason to experiment and discover them... Could be for professional reasons or just pure fun. I agree with...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to TD-15 and TD-30 USB Question
    I've only used USB flash with the td30, never had issues regardless if it's on or off. For the td15, it's always safer to follow the manual... Why risk a fried flash stick?
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to TD30 Custom Kits
    Great, I'd like to hear what you think!...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Alesis Strike Multipad
    Not to go too off topic, as for the m12 it's not the pad sounds that get cut off, it's the pattern playing from the sequencer. Apparently alesis has the same issue with both samples and patterns, even if it doesn't use the same system as yamaha....
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Midi recording with TD-20
    Try lowering the buffer size in the audio interface settings. If that creates overload on the system, one possible workaround is to feed the audio output from the module to the soundcard. Other one is to monitor from the module while looping back to the mix-in whatever backing music you're playing ...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to SPD SX tempo sync problem
    I guess the result depends on the audio content (and possibly source quality), but it also depends on how much you change the tempo. Anything greater than +/-5% can warp the sound....
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to SPD SX tempo sync problem
    In the kit menu, go to quick menu > tempo match. Input the appropriate values, and if you press enter, the kit tempo will be set (optionally, you can hit exit leaving the kit tempo unchanged, but the wave will be synced). In the tempo match screen, you can also fine tune the tempo to avoid click...
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  • MilosDrummer
    replied to Alesis Strike Multipad
    Thanx for the info. I scrapped the idea of getting this multipad since it has no tempo lock or stretch, but now it turns out it also has the same dealbreaker as the yamaha M12 too. I rely on all of these functions heavily, so until some new thing covers these, it's SPD-SX all the way....
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  • I have no experience with the Mimic, you'd have to check the specs. I was just stating that a true balanced output has no problem with phantom voltage since it is not grounded. If the manual or the specs sheet doesn't clearly state the kind of circuitry for any given device output, you shouldn't risk...
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 02-26-19, 02:33 AM.

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  • Just to clarify. Don't confuse TRS output with line level unbalanced ones. A balanced output can be XLR or TRS, just a matter of connector, so if the output is balanced (should be stated in the spec sheet or the manual for the device), it needs no DI and suffers no trouble from the fantom power. Anything...
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  • If the snake is not too long (you said 20'?), you could use some xlr to 1/4 adapters and connect the drum channels to line inputs. Those are 100% unpowered. Running anything longer requires a DI anyway.

    Edit: Now that I think of it, why use a snake anyway? Just go from the module to the...
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    Last edited by MilosDrummer; 02-25-19, 02:36 AM.

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  • You should get some kind of pre-amplification before going to the power amp. A small mixer would do, just get something with a line level input and a gain pot. I don't know your budget, but there are some decent behringer mixers eg., and getting a used should keep the cost down. Using a stereo connection...
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