32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

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32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Wed Nov 03, 2010 8:18 pm

If, for any reason, you cannot build a MegaDrum module yourself, I can build a module for you.
It takes less than a week for me to build and send a module.

Updated on 25/09/2015: Introduced a model in a full aluminium case and reduced the price for the model in an ABS case.
Updated on 06/10/2014: Introduced a new ARM version based on STM32F205RCT6. It runs at 120MHz compared to 72MHz for the older STM32F103RCT6 version.

The ARM STM32F205RCT6 based 32 inputs module with built-in extended EEPROM in a full aluminium case shown here is 175GBP (British Pounds) plus shipping. Shipping to the UK - £10, to EU - £15, to the US and almost to any other country - £20.

The ARM STM32F205RCT6 based 32 inputs module with built-in extended EEPROM in an ABS case shown here is 165GBP 160GBP plus shipping. Shipping to the UK - £10, to EU - £15, to the US and almost to any other country - £20.


With an optional 1.8" colour 160x128 LCD (as seen in https://youtu.be/7tY2F42GBIY ) included it will cost 5GBP more.

With an optional 2.2" colour 320x240 LCD (as seen in https://youtu.be/pMp64BEYICM ) included it will cost 10GBP more.

With an optional Positional Sensing addon board included it will cost 25GBP more. See http://www.megadrum.info/forums/viewtop ... f=3&t=2052 for details about the Positional Sensing addon board.

For warranty conditions see http://www.megadrum.info/forums/viewtop ... f=3&t=1669

(for a 56 inputs module see 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale)
left1-small.jpg

back1-small.jpg

al-knobs-small.jpg


md32_front.jpg

md32_back.jpg


Modules have no labels on them but here is the description:

On the front (from left to right):
1. On/Off switch
2. MIDI LED
3. LCD
4. Controls: LEFT/RIGHT encoder with built-in LEFT button, UP/DOWN buttons, UP/DOWN encoder with built-in RIGHT button.
5. High/Low HiHat impedance selection. Default is Low (Up position) with AltIn in settings set to No.

On the back (from left to right looking from the back) top row:
1. HiHat pedal/controller input
2. Kick
3. HiHat
4. Snare
5. Ride
6. Crash
7. Tom1
8. Tom2
9. Tom3
10. Tom4

On the back (from left to right looking from the back) bottom row:

11. Aux1
12. Aux2
13. Aux3
14. Aux4
15. Aux5
16. Aux6
17. Aux7

I. USB
II. MIDI In
III. MIDI Out

If you are interested, please send me a PM.
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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby hopo » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:12 am

Hello,

is USB port only for the megadrum software to adjust the settings or is the USB a "USB Midi Interface" so i don´t need to use the midi connectors?

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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Thu Dec 16, 2010 3:42 pm

USB is for MIDI over USB as well. You don't need standard MIDI ports if are going to use it only with a PC.
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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby Bulok » Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:25 pm

I love this design ... So Small ... it's very very good ^^

It's possible to include an usb sound card in the Module with asymetric/symetric output for mixer ?? ...

I think i make this :p
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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby drumteacher » Thu Dec 23, 2010 5:26 pm

hi dimitri..
i have some questions about your product.
this product is the main module. but how will i build the parts which triggers the soound i mean what electronic parts will i put together to make it trigger one sound?

why i am asking this is;

i am a drum teacher in Istanbul /Turkey

and i am planning to teach my students how to build their own practice drums and which they will practice my homeworks..

anyway we will talk about this. deeply..


please inform me for details..

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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Thu Dec 23, 2010 6:11 pm

You will need to either build DIY electronic drum pads or buy electronic drum pads available from shops.
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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby Alworx » Sat Jan 08, 2011 3:08 pm

Hi Dimitri,

first of all, thanks for all the great work you're investing in the MD, it's a pleasure to see someone fighting against the ridiculous prices of the big company's drum modules :D

Anyway, i want to have a MD too, but have two questions regarding the 32 inputs module before ordering:

1. Is the module expandable to a 56 inputs version and how do the two versions differ?
As i can only guess in regards to the photos you've posted, is it only the 2nd pad connector not assembled,
or are the multiplexer missing too?

2. Is the modul's case material metal or plastic? Just wondering if i could mount it on Rolands standard-modul-adapter by using 4 screws on the bottom side without fearing to break the case...

Thanks in advance,
and keep up the great work ;)

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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Sat Jan 08, 2011 4:26 pm

Alworx wrote:Hi Dimitri,

first of all, thanks for all the great work you're investing in the MD, it's a pleasure to see someone fighting against the ridiculous prices of the big company's drum modules :D

Anyway, i want to have a MD too, but have two questions regarding the 32 inputs module before ordering:

1. Is the module expandable to a 56 inputs version and how do the two versions differ?
As i can only guess in regards to the photos you've posted, is it only the 2nd pad connector not assembled,
or are the multiplexer missing too?

It is not expandable. It has exact number of jacks required for 32 inputs and the main board misses not needed components.

2. Is the modul's case material metal or plastic? Just wondering if i could mount it on Rolands standard-modul-adapter by using 4 screws on the bottom side without fearing to break the case...

It is made of plastic (ABS). If you need mounting screws you will need to drill holes in the bottom of the case for them.

A 56 input MegaDrum kit or a 56 inputs module, which is in a rack mount case, might be better options for you.
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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dugo » Tue Mar 29, 2011 1:22 pm

Hi

Do you sell he built module withoutthe case ?

Beast wishes David
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Re: 32 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Tue Mar 29, 2011 1:27 pm

dugo wrote:Do you sell he built module withoutthe case ?

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