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E-drum newbie sensitivity set-up strategy
December 27, 2016
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guitarantihero
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Hi all. I've had a used TD-9KX with mesh heads for a while, that I've been using standalone. Everything is fine and standalone is rock solid.

I've just started to use them with Superior Drummer 2.0 and getting double hits a of the time on, it seems, every pad, every cymbal. Sounds like 'd-dung' and recording the midi shows the double-hit. I've read the manual and entered various settings (Sensitivity, Threshold, Curve, Scan time, etc.) and while I think I've improved things I'm still not anywhere near the fluid response of the built-in sounds.

Does anyone have TD-9KX settings they could share or perhaps a strategy or workflow for adjusting these settings?

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