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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby Towser » Tue Jan 23, 2018 5:47 am

lrizzo2001 wrote:So who would this thread be helpful to?


People stuck on older firmware like I am
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby lrizzo2001 » Tue Jan 23, 2018 7:39 pm

Towser wrote:
lrizzo2001 wrote:So who would this thread be helpful to?


People stuck on older firmware like I am


Then the title should be changed to "Post your successful trigger settings (Old Firmware only)"
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby airflamesred » Tue Jan 23, 2018 9:29 pm

lrizzo2001 wrote:
Towser wrote:
lrizzo2001 wrote:So who would this thread be helpful to?


People stuck on older firmware like I am


Then the title should be changed to "Post your successful trigger settings (Old Firmware only)"

Well that's of no use to anyone considering posting new successful trigger settings, as the thread title would suggest, is it.
We're in fluid situation here, new firmware only yesterday, what's not to like.

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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby lrizzo2001 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:27 pm

why does this post have No recent activity, and yet it is stickied as if any upgraded user could possibly use any of these settings?
Am I missing something? Cause I would Love a list of peoples successful trigger settings that will actually be compatible with current firmware/hardware.
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby ibanman555 » Sat Dec 12, 2020 6:29 am

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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby paulritik_09 » Sat Jun 12, 2021 8:25 am

I intend to preach by example and post my settings for a Roland PDX-8 (that's the only piece I own that isnt already documented on this thread) as soon as I set it up for dual-trig since I just didnt bother with it yet with my weeks spent mostly working. I had too much rim detect and it would completely screw with the dynamics of the skin velocity. When it's on single trig, I get OK velocity, quiet ghost and slamming hards, the middle is kind of wild still though. I guess lows ad highs are ok, but the mids need so more work in the curve there too.
I wonder why so few people posted their settings since MD is working so good, I'm sure I'm not the only one fiddling around to get good settings.I'm trying to get a Roland PDX8 set right, anyone already got theirs working great and would like to share settings?
Would be much appreciated, or any other pad for that matter. Need to keep this thread going spicemoneylogin.in myfiosgateway.one
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