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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby talrusher » Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:50 pm

angr77 wrote:Talrusher - Thanks!
I am going to dissect your MDS file...Yes..It looks a bit different.. :-)
How was it now..was your hihat also a DYI? Not a FD-8?

Best Regards

Anders


yo, the Controller is an fd-8 and the hat is a cy-5... but both are modified... the footcontroller is modified by soldering a 10k resisotor beteween tip and ring. the cy-5 is from the botoom on modified. have changed wiring, piezo mounting, pizo....
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby angr77 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 5:43 pm

Hi!

I have just recently released my Configuration Pack #4.

MegaDrum configuration settings
MegaDRUMV4.xlsx (2012-06-21) https://dl.dropbox.com/s/zntw0l74j3f5gr ... .xlsx?dl=1
MegaDrum MDS settings file (2012-06-19) https://dl.dropbox.com/s/qow2zbqes7l7l3 ... 4.mds?dl=1
Addictive Drums ADMap File (2012-06-19) https://dl.dropbox.com/s/aieuyy85xen6hq ... ADMap?dl=1

For you ones who wants my drumset + mixer settings etc for Addictive Drums. (Built on Metal AD.Pack + Free ADpaks )
AD Drum Preset Settings (2012-06-19) https://dl.dropbox.com/s/0mlzljpo4v94j5 ... reset?dl=1

Okej - How well does it actually triggers and sound? Judge for yourselves!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3usNsUiiDY
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby airflamesred » Thu Jun 21, 2012 8:27 pm

That sounds really good. Great dynamic range. The soud quality from youtube is not great but is that a sizzle on the second cymbal?

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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby angr77 » Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:52 pm

I am not sure about the sizzeling thing..no. 2 is a china cymbal...if you run the youtube video in HD format you will get the best sound also. The sound is directly recorded on the AD host machine in 24bit/96 khz.

Best Regards

Anders
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby Maylord.war » Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:47 am

Hi angr77

Thanks a lot for your video and contribution in this project!

Only one info, which is the utility of 15k resistor into vh11?

Thanks
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby angr77 » Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:59 am

For VH-11 configs - check this post. viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1986

Best Regards

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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby chrishopf » Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:54 pm

dmitri wrote:
In fact it's an error in showing wiring for the Snare and the HiHat cymbal:) Head/Rim and Bow/Edge wires are incorrectly swapped when going to the jacks. I will fix it in the kit's pdf.

Thanks for clearing things up Dmitri! I thought I was going crazy for a bit when it just didn't make sense to me...

For anyone else who might be interested, this means that the connectors/pins in MegaDrum schematics for a TRS symbol are identified as follows:

Attachment:
TRS Pinout.jpg
TRS Pinout.jpg [ 7.14 KiB | Viewed 14 times ]

Thanks again Dimitri.

Cor


Puhh! This is the answer! I also had this problem when I tested my first DIY-pad made from a half 12" tom. I read the schematics, compred with the pasd-connectors list and thougt I'm silly. For test I changed the Piezos internally in the pad and all worked.
So I have to resolder all the jacks for the pads in my megadrum. :-(
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby angr77 » Tue Dec 25, 2012 9:34 pm

Hi!
I have just for fun have started to collect settings for the most common PADS, Triggers and Cymbals on the market for use with the MegaDRUM trigger device! (I was unable to store them on the MegaDRUM forum, so I have created my own page for the moment)

This is a nice jumpstart of a library for you ones that is not tweakers!
All files are saved in the MegaDRUM SYX file format, which is easy way to both import and export drums as an individually settings in MegaDRUM Manager.

Note: All settings are very sensitive to the related firmware. So using a old firmware might cause problems with the posted SYX files. Rule - Always update your firmware to use the fruit of new goodies.

Visit the MegaDRUM PAD Library:

Do you have a working E-Pad/Trigger/Cymbal for MegaDRUM which is not listed in above and you want to share this to other drummers? - Please send me a mail with the PAD name, Trigger type & MD firmware version + the zipped SYX file to ANGR77 on this forum.
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby angr77 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:25 pm

I have updated my new MD library with a couple of more PADs!!

Visit the MegaDRUM PAD Library:
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Re: Post your successful trigger settings

Postby ibanman555 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 3:06 am

Hey Fellas...

Here is my configuration for the Roland VH-12 Hi Hats and Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.3.0

Since MDM will not copy my HiHat Pedal settings I did it manually...

Hi Hat Pedal Settings

Type: F.Contr
Curve: Linear
ChckDelay: 0
Alt In: No (Lo Imp w/ 10k Resistor)
CC Value: 4
CC RdcLvl: 1
LvlsRevers: No
EnSoftChick: No
LevelsAuto: No
LowLevel: 525
HiLevel: 557

OpenLvl: 8
SOpenLvl: 40
HOpenLvl: 70
ClosedLvl: 110
ShrtChckTh: 122
LngChckTh: 125
HHInput: 2

BowSO: D0 14
EdgSO: C4 60
BellSO: D0 14

BowHO: C#0 13
EdgHO: C#1 25
BellHO: C#0 13

BowSCL: C0 12
EdgSCL: D#9 123
BellSCL: C0 12

BowCL: B-1 11
EdgCL: F4 65
BellCL: B-1 11

Chick: A0 21
Splsh: G#-1 8

And here are the settings for Edge and Bow of the Hi Hat's themselves via MDM...
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I am getting the most realistic and most sensitive response with these settings... I will work to tighten them up as we go here. Thanks and Share!
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