2-zone cymbal pads [i.e. Crash cymbal pads like Roland CY-14c(t) or CY-12c(t)] ➜ turning them into 3❗️-zone cymbal pads (for VST-e-drumming) 😃👉

Wed Mar 06, 2024 9:55 am (Last edited: Wed Mar 13, 2024 2:45 pm)
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2-zone cymbal pads [i.e. Crash cymbal pads like Roland CY-14c(t) or CY-12c(t)] ➜ turning them into 3❗️-zone cymbal pads (for VST-e-drumming) 😃👉



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ROLAND MODULE :


Roland 2-zone cymbal pads [i.e. Crash cymbal pads like Roland CY-14c(-T) or CY-12c(-T)] ➜ turning them into 3❗️-zone cymbal pads (for VST-e-drumming) 😃👉


Get 3-zones❗️ out of those 2-zone Crash pads (connected to a Roland TD-50(X) , - TD-27 , - TD-30 module) ❗️

( = 'EDGE' + 'BOW' + 'BELL/ BOW-nearBell' ➜ getting an additional 3rd zone including the bell of the cymbal pad)



-- supported DAWs: "Reaper" , "Cubase Artist/Pro" , "Logic Pro" , "Bidule" , "AbletonLive Suite or AL+MaxForLive")
(+ any DAW that can host 'Bidule' as a VST(3) or AU plugin)




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eDRUMin :

eDRUMin + 2-zone cymbal pads [i.e. Crash cymbal pads like Roland CY-14c(-T) or CY-12c(-T)] ➜ getting a consistently working❗️ additional Bell zone (or call it 3rd-zone) 😃👉


The Audiofront eDRUMin TriggerToMidi device provides that "turning 2-zone Cymbal pads into 3-zone Cymbal pads" feature.
However, this is not working properly (reliably!) with a bunch of cymbal pads like Roland CY-12c-T or CY-14c-T .

➜ So I've developed a FIX:
you will get consistent and reliable trigger results when playing the additional 3rd zone (which is basically the Bell of the cymbal pad + around 1 inch* close to the Bell ...
*BTW: the size of this 3rd zone is adjustable! - so you can have a larger zone than only the Bell/very close to the Bell)❗️😊

So get a reliable BELL zone ( / reliable 3rd-zone ) out of your 2-zone cymbal pads connected to your eDRUMin ❗️


-- supported DAWs: "Reaper" , "Cubase Artist/Pro" , "Logic Pro" , "Bidule" , "AbletonLive Suite or AL+MaxForLive")
(+ any DAW that can host 'Bidule' as a VST(2)/(3) or AU plugin)





ENJOY ❗️😊


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