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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:22 am

educr0w wrote:Hi Dimitri! do you still sell finished megadrum?

Yes, of course.
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dadrumbo » Fri Oct 07, 2011 10:46 am

Hi dmitri
I'm interested in a 56 or at least 48 input megadrum and I'm sure you can build it a lot faster than I can. There is one specific demand that has to be fulfilled though; I need a key on when cv gets high and a key off when low. What is your suggestion?
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Fri Oct 07, 2011 10:56 am

dadrumbo wrote:I need a key on when cv gets high and a key off when low. What is your suggestion?

What are a "key" and "cv"?
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dadrumbo » Fri Oct 07, 2011 11:04 am

sorry for the ambiguity, for me a key=midi note message, and by cv I mean control voltage, which is what you get from a trigger. Im my case I need some inputs to react on a switch allowing a current to pass or not. Can the megadrum do that?
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Fri Oct 07, 2011 11:48 am

If two adjacent head/bow and rim/edge inputs configured as DualHead and the rim/edge input is set to 'Switch' then this input can be configured to send MIDI Aftertouch On/Off messages when the switch is pressed/released. You will have to map these Aftertouch messages to Note On/Off messages in software you want to use it with (if it allows to do it).
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dadrumbo » Fri Oct 07, 2011 11:59 am

surely the software will be able to remap aftertouch but as I understand it I would need 96 inputs (48 dualhead) to handle 48 aftertouch signals, right?
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Fri Oct 07, 2011 12:31 pm

You can connect two switches to the same edge input with one of the switches connected over a 10k resistor as it is done in Yamaha 3 zone cymbals. In this case you can configure two separate notes on these two switches on the same edge input. See http://www.megadrum.info/content/settin ... one-cymbal
Please note, out of 56 inputs one is used for a HiHat pedal and one for a mono Kick input. All other 54 inputs can be used for the goal you need.
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dbotte » Sat Nov 19, 2011 1:23 pm

I'm interested in one of your modules build by yourself : can you tell me if, they're ready to play or what i must do before playing (for example : Programming PIC18F2550 ?or... installing the firmware) ? (i already know how to trigger sounds from my pc or drummodule because i already own another module) ?

Can you tell me the maximum number of config and drum maps we can save with the Atmega1284 or Atmega644, in the case of using the 56 inputs ? Can you tell me this too for the Atmega1284 with 32 inputs ?

thank you very much from france !

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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dmitri » Sat Nov 19, 2011 5:16 pm

dbotte wrote:I'm interested in one of your modules build by yourself : can you tell me if, they're ready to play or what i must do before playing (for example : Programming PIC18F2550 ?or... installing the firmware) ? (i already know how to trigger sounds from my pc or drummodule because i already own another module) ?

It's ready to be used, no programming is required.

Can you tell me the maximum number of config and drum maps we can save with the Atmega1284 or Atmega644, in the case of using the 56 inputs ? Can you tell me this too for the Atmega1284 with 32 inputs ?

For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 46-56 max number of configs/drum maps is 4
For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 38-44 max number of configs/drum maps is 5
For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 32-36 max number of configs/drum maps is 6
For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 28-30 max number of configs/drum maps is 7
For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 24-28 max number of configs/drum maps is 8
For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 20-22 max number of configs/drum maps is 9
For Atmega1284 with MaxInputs set to 18-20 max number of configs/drum maps is 10

For Atmega644 each is twice less.
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Re: 56 inputs MegaDrum module for sale

Postby dbotte » Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:51 am

After all i don't know if i'm really interested with one of your products because i only use Roland double zone pads and it seems that they don't work properly with megadrum without modifing them. And i don't want to modify them (warranty)

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