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Velocity issues Yamaha DTXplorer - EZD 2
November 29, 2016
10:10 am CEST
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Stefan Stoermer
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I am playing EZDrummer 2, AD 2 and GrooveAgent SE 4 (comes with Cubase) with Yamaha DTXplorer e-drum kit via Ploytec MIDI-to-USB-cable .

In AD 2 and Groove Agent SE 4 it is working fine. Some fine tuning concerning hihat and triple zone snare is necessary but over all it's working.

In EZD I have chosen the "Yamaha E-Drum preset".

The sounds are working as expected, the MIDI velocity however is recorded very low as I can see in Cubase's drum editor. In AD 2 and GA SE 4 velocity is recorded correctly.

Hat hier jemand eine Idee, woran dieses liegen könnte? Eigentlich würde ich den EZD nämlich lieber als AD nutzen, im Moment ist das aber aus oben erwähnten Gründen nicht möglich.

Has anyone got an idea how to fix the velocity problem? I would prefer to play EZD 2 instead of AD 2 and GA SE 4 because I love the sounds.

November 29, 2016
11:09 am CEST
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derilja
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Hi Unifaun,
hast Du schon mal die Velocitylevels verglichen?? Sprich vom Modul und dem EZ-Drummer Input?
Habe damals bei meinem Roland TD-20 die selben Erfahrungen mit AD gemacht. Die Sounds klangen richtig plärrig, wohin gegen die Toontracksounds sehr ausgewogen waren. Check das mal . . . .

Hi Unifaun,
did you compare the velocitylevels from your Outgoing Message (Module) to the incoming Level in EZ-Drummer??
Had similar experiences with my Roland TD-20 using AD and Superior-Drummer. AD sounded more agressiv by the same Levels.

November 29, 2016
12:46 pm CEST
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Stefan Stoermer
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Hallo Derilja,

ich habe den Eindruck, dass die Ausgangs-Velocity beim DTXplorer schon passt.

Über Kopfhörer am Modul bzw. in AD und GA SE 4 sind die Velocity-Werte ja "normal".

Die Eingangs-Velocity kann ja bei EZD nicht angepasst werden, das geht erst beim Superior Drummer.

Hello Derilja,

I've got the impression that the output levels of the DTXplorer seem to be ok. As a matter of fact the velocity values seem to be fine with hp, in AD and GA SE 4.

Input velocity can't be changed in EZD, only in SD.

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