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Ezdrummer2 Hihat bounce makes cross stick sound
March 18, 2017
1:04 pm CEST
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rlawldbf_1
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I have TD-12k and trying to use ezdrummer2 and have some problems.
1. When I open and close the hi hat pedal, that triggers cross stick sound and I can't find any answer for that problem. please help!!
2. when I try to finger mute the cymbals, that makes full strike sound instead of stopping the sound.

March 21, 2017
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John
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Hi,

you are using the standalone EZdrummer 2 app, right?
You need to make sure your module is at Factory Settings and that you have selected the Roland E-drums mapping in the EZDrummer 2 settings.

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John

March 25, 2017
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John said
Hi,

you are using the standalone EZdrummer 2 app, right?
You need to make sure your module is at Factory Settings and that you have selected the Roland E-drums mapping in the EZDrummer 2 settings.

BR,
John  

Hi. Thanks for your answer.
Actually, I was trying the Demo to see if EZdrummer2 works on my drum set.
I tried at Factory setting and it didn't make much difference. Is there any other suggestion?
I think that triggers at the moment that the hi hat is fully opened and closed not in between.

BR.

May 5, 2017
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The same for me, I'm using the td-3 and I have booth problems too. I have set Roland e-drum and the same.

May 5, 2017
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@javier87gav:
if your TD-3 is at Factory settings and you select the 'Roland' E-drum MIDI Mapping, you should be good to go.
Please specify exactly what does not work.
If you click the instrument properties drop-down on e.g. the Hi-Hat and then the 'Details' button, you can see the incoming MIDI note(s) you are sending in the bottom of that window.
If you hit the HH and the wrong instrument is playing back, please specify which note is being sent.

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John

May 12, 2017
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Did you adjust the hi hat curve in the mapping presets? Also maybe trying using the learn function for each of the sounds: hi hat open, closed and chick sound?

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May 12, 2017
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Did you adjust the hi hat curve in the mapping presets? Also maybe trying using the learn function for each of the sounds: hi hat open, closed and chick sound?

https://www.behindthecade.com - Behind The Barricade Music Podcast

May 12, 2017
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@RcKDrUmm3R:
Learning the separate articulations is not the correct way to do it, especially if you're using one of the supported brands like Roland.
You select the 'Roland' E-drums MIDI Preset, which triggers the 'hatsTrig' and 'hatsTipTrig' articulations (and 'hatsBellTrig' depending on how many zones your HH pad has and currently selected library), which in turn triggers the correct open or closed articulation depending on the CC data sent simultaneously.
If you 'Learn' the separate articulations, you can only get 4 (well, 5 with the chick and 6 if your HH supports Bell) and need to filter the CC data since it will be conflicting and you won't get as varied and "clean" results.

I.e. the regular separate articulations are meant to be triggered by tailored MIDI files or keyboard while E-drummers should use the 'Trig' articulations and CC data.
Which is already set up in the E-drums specific MIDI Presets.

I hope this clarifies.

BR,
John

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