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ZenChat / Re: IMPORTANT: This Town Ain't Big Enough
« on: April 05, 2012, 05:11:37 pm »
That's a constructive thought, Rand. Thank you.
*However* I don't think the Roland forum is the place for Zendrummers to take their communications.
It took all of one day after I posted there in response to an ongoing thread about the Zendrumdrive for the professional plants to squelch and smother the positive buzz that user's post had previously generated. I got the impression they didn't want the focus turned elsewhere.
So be it- it's business, and I understand.
Maybe you guys can post there, but I certainly can't get away with it unnoticed.



This catalog shows list price and MAP (minimum advertised price) like Guitar Center/Sweetwater/Sam Ash will post in print ads.
We can beat anybody's price, free shipping to your door and no tax.
Lower than you can find anywhere else online or locally.
Do your homework, then contact us for your best quote in the U.S.A.

ZenEdit / Re: Native MIDI support being added (windows)
« on: March 15, 2012, 11:55:14 pm »
A Major Milestone.
Way to GO!

ZenChat / Zendrum is pleased to announce a full line of Pro Audio Gear
« on: March 14, 2012, 03:02:27 pm »
We can now offer great prices and package deals on many of your favorite brands of amplification, monitors, mixers, mics, and stage and studio accessories.
Contact orders@zendrum.com for a catalog link to your best deals anywhere online.

ZenChat / TRS Core Library for Battery 3 now available for $100
« on: March 14, 2012, 02:51:43 pm »
Available as additional sounds for Battery 3, we are pleased to announce that our core library of TRS drumset samples can  be purchased as a download.
It includes all of the vintage 1937, 1962, and modern instruments featured in the Zendrumdrive VST player.
Contact orders@zendrum.com for details.

ZenChat / Re: So... what's everyone doing lately?
« on: March 04, 2012, 11:01:19 am »
The way around that is to already have the program # you want next selected ready to send with one left or right cursor push. One button push in real time then makes the change. Thumper's right- you will step through every program change between in sequence with Z3, Z4 selects and sends directly targeted changes.

ZenChat / Re: So... what's everyone doing lately?
« on: March 04, 2012, 09:28:15 am »
Been dialing in my Zendrumdrive mix and stage monitor eq, playing about 50/50 acoustic drumkit and Zendrum.

Can jump between the two in 5 seconds now and transition smoothly. I finally feel like I'm getting in control of the sounds, dynamics, and stage levels like I've always wanted. Wireless Zendrum/Zendrumdrive has to be on autopilot when I have to sing. When I can forget about the gear and simply perform the song - I'm where I want to be.

Been doing some cool recording using all 8 audio outs in studio mode.
Engineers are amazed how fast we set up and how good Zendrumdrive sounds in a mix.
I'll probably never mic- up a kit again, this is just too easy now!

ZenChat / Re: Zendrumdrive 2012
« on: February 09, 2012, 10:53:27 am »
Thanks Pyrate!
Knowing what an olde tech spook you are makes me feel certain that there will be hot-rodders and backyard wizards that will make the Zendrumdrive a seriously experimental thing.
All I wanted was a seaworthy boat with no holes in the bottom!
Plug it in, Play it.
When you are ready you can expand to suit however far you want to go.

ZenChat / Re: Zendrumdrive 2012
« on: February 08, 2012, 09:37:45 am »
Hey Pyrate,
I know you've wanted that for a long time! Cool idea.
Need a wireless router and some remote viewing software on both ends.
I was told by our guys that it's a $100 deal if you buy it yourself and install apps in iPad and ZDD.
My Murphy instinct likes keeping antennae outside the metal vent panels on Zendrumdrive so- MJPro receiver is already up on top and this seems like a great addition sitting next to it with one foot ethernet cable attached.
Latest Zendrumdrive has all pc I/O accessible without removing panel.

Beyond Drumming / Re: digitalDrummer February is live
« on: February 02, 2012, 01:05:56 pm »
Hey Allan,
Just got a chance to read through the whole issue.
You've come a very long way in a very short time!
Bruford was my primary inspiration when I was a kid.
This looks as good as anybody's layout. You're doing a very good job. Kudos!!!

ZenChat / Re: Drunks
« on: January 19, 2012, 06:03:46 pm »
It's because you're just so nice and friendly. I transform into Big Bubba the Bouncerman.
"Gotta GO, MOFO"
What I love is when they want to hit the Zendrum too while I'm playing and singing a song.
The band loves it too. Just like when they fall over your monitors into your mic stand. We call that- Frathouse Rules.
(anything you do is legal)

ZenEdit / Re: Something in your stocking.
« on: January 18, 2012, 07:20:04 am »
Because you added 6 extra triggers and the wireless mod, chances are we didn't repatch that jack.
Not a problem to reconfigure if it ever becomes necessary in the future.

ZenEdit / Re: Something in your stocking.
« on: January 17, 2012, 09:01:39 pm »
So the three cc inputs are the sustain button, the knob assigned to volume command, and the left-hand jack.
The right-hand jack is still undetermined at this point.
If you'll email me directly, we can discuss what's what and how to proceed to configure like you want.

User Reviews / Re: Off to NAMM
« on: January 17, 2012, 06:25:38 am »
Hey DD!
Zendrum won't have a booth at NAMM, but you will see several Zendrummers working there.
Safe travels!

ZenEdit / Re: Something in your stocking.
« on: January 17, 2012, 06:22:17 am »
Hey fellas,
I went back through all my communications with Rand and this is what I "think" his configuration is-
He has 30 triggers, one cc knob, one cc jack, and one trigger jack that is coupled with an existing trigger. If I had to guess which one that is- it would be L1. To be honest, the only way to tell for sure is to plug a trigger pedal in and watch the onboard display in NO mode to settle the question.

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