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Re: Megadrum Gallery

Postby WalterWurst » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:33 am

davvid72 wrote:...not the amateurs like us. :roll: Talking about work of encoders - I also used the multimeter to find out the vcc/gnd side of it.

Yeah. I´m the Über-amateur :lol: Didn´t help in the moment because I was too angry at me that I forgot the multimeter. That, and I did not know the rotary encoder was so simple to find out by myself. Lesson learned: cool down, go to sleep, try another day. And RTFM :mrgreen:.
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Re: Megadrum Gallery

Postby studiolion » Fri Jan 17, 2020 8:16 pm

Here is my solution for the MD set!
check out the video also .
Cheers
https://youtu.be/iTQEnK3qeXI
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Re: Megadrum Gallery

Postby dsteinschneider » Wed Jan 22, 2020 1:06 am

I think I have finished building out my acoustic to electronic kit for the time being. The ride and hi-hat are Yamaha 3 zone. The crashes are all built from $12 Pintech practice cymbals with goedrums prewired piezos and mryk membrane switches for choke. The hi-hat also uses the project boxes I used for the cymbals (Polycase) for the hall effect sensor and TRS jack. Each shell in this Ludwig Accent Combo kit has a UFO Drums 3 ply mesh head, ebridge piezo unit and rim protector. The USB hub, laptop power adapter and Behringer UMC202HD are zip tied underneath an On-Stage MSA 5000 mic stand laptop attachment which is attached to a Pyle laptop stand with a Gator Frameworks Microphone Clip Quick Relase Stand Attachment (GFW-MIC-QRTOP). The MegaDrum is connected to the Pyle laptop stand with a zip tie.
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Re: Megadrum Gallery

Postby TeeJay » Sat Apr 04, 2020 9:28 pm

slayer666 wrote:Make this a sticky!

Hi, I finished my Megadrum today. It's been really easy thanks to Dmitri and Synthex for the fabulous All-in-one PCB and the usb midi.
I got some help making the pcb's for the jacks from a friend. (Tack Marcus!)

Here's My Megadrum:
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Usb-midi.jpg
Jacks.jpg
inside1.jpg


/Slayer666 \m/


How did you make that case?
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