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I am using EZDrummer 2 with a Roland TD-20 module. When I hit the kick drum hard, the cymbals are heard. I like that feature but was wondering if it is possible to lower the sensitivity. If I simulate the hardest kick sample in the kick drum config (where you adjust the volume and pitch); it does not trigger the cymbals. But when I play; it does too easily I used the bleed settings box in the mixer pane for kick and snare but the cymbals are "triggered" even if kick bleed is at zero. Any Help would be appreciated.
On the module
for cymbals adjust their "Threshold" upwards a bit from 1 or 2 to 3 or 4
Something from your kick must be touching the rack and thats causing the problem or are you using an XM kit or Rack ?
If you also make the sensitivity Higher on the Kick you will get louder hits a bit easier then really hitting it too hard.
I have my kick sens at around 20+, will help get more consistent mid to hi level hits and also help reduce your problem as well.
Thank you Juicy!
I will take a look at what you mentioned. I use the roland Rack and the kick is isolated from the cymbals. I tried hitting the rack to make it vibrate and it did not "trigger" the problem. Only when I play. I even looked at the Xtalk feature in the module and everything is OK. As an additional information; It does not happen when I play with the module only. Only when I use EZD2
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