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 on: August 28, 2014, 05:15:12 AM 
Started by Slyder - Last post by Slyder
It was a year ago today that my Saphire ZX arrived. After more than 40 years of kit playing, this was quite a change for me. After getting through the learning curve ( which was surprisingly quick ) I felt quite comfortable with my new instrument. Having a blast with my Classic Rock Band and finding a new avenue backing up Duo and Solo acts, I am  thrilled with my decision to go Zen and ZendrumDrive.
I want to thank the Inspector for his quick response and service over the past year and look forward to good things to come.
Slyder

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 on: July 30, 2014, 11:14:47 PM 
Started by digitalDrummer - Last post by DrumWagon
 :)

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 on: July 30, 2014, 07:18:22 PM 
Started by digitalDrummer - Last post by digitalDrummer
I recently started playing with a duo - guitar and vocals - and in the initial discussions, mentioned that I play the Zendrum. I listed all the advantages, etc, but they were very skeptical. So I did my first rehearsal and gig with an acoustic kit (cocktail kit - which in itself led to some raised eyebrows).
Anyway, took the Zendrum to practice yesterday ahead of my second gig with them - and they were blown away.
So, it looks like Paisley Door will now be powered by Zendrum!
I also use the Zendrum with two other bands, but both were more accepting from the outset.
And for the record, I tend to use BFD3 and Addictive Drums via a MacBook pro, through a Presonus FireStudio mobile. I do have a wireless set-up as well, but don't really like taking audio out from the Mac.

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 on: July 05, 2014, 07:03:02 PM 
Started by Javajive64 - Last post by Javajive64
I probably broke 3 of the ten commandments and voided all warranties but I rewired some of my triggers (snare and toms) to plug directly into the back of the TD-20 via 3.5mm audio cables, bypassing the midi for those triggers. It is smoking fast and I'm able to fine tune the sensitivity of the triggers using the TD-20 settings instead of Zenedit. I can now do tight buzz rolls with crescendo, and the sound and sensitivity is so much more dynamic without the midi. I still use the midi connection for the rest of the triggers to allow for flexibility. And although I now have 4 extra cables coming out of the Zendrum, and some of my triggers are set and can't be changed, it is so worth it. Has anyone else tried this?

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 on: June 23, 2014, 07:44:30 AM 
Started by kiltie - Last post by kiltie
Hello I have a Zendrum with wireless midi. What do I need to do to play song samples thru a speaker that I wear on my back. I would also need battery powered hardware. The speaker is a Bose 3 which is also blue tooth enabled. Thanks Kiltie

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 on: June 19, 2014, 08:03:31 AM 
Started by JimmyTheSaint - Last post by tigerxchaos
How is the Launchpad Mini's playing response and sensitivity for finger drumming?

Yes, KMI's stuff is inconsistent. I'm unable to program the QuNexus's controller layer from any computer, and the dev has no troubleshooting advice. And my QuNeo's rotating controllers have a nice fingerdrumming sensitivity that none of the 16 square pads has. You do have to bear down on the sliders more than you'd like to. Meanwhile, the QuNexus's sensitivity would make the older QuNeo much more usable. Apparently, they changed technology between the two devices. I asked precisely that question on the KMI forums after buying the QuNexus and before buying the QuNeo, but the answer they gave me was wrong. I think they don't comprehend how sensitive our fingers have become from playing ZenDrum triggers.

Sorry I missed this Jimmy, I'm not on the forums much any more.
I wouldn't recommend the Launchpad as a drum controller. The pads are reasonably sensitive to taps, but I don't believe they have any velocity capability. You'd basically have to tweak the velocity of every note in your DAW after recording. Not really ideal, but it all depends on your process.

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 on: June 15, 2014, 01:59:34 AM 
Started by JimmyTheSaint - Last post by abnorm
I like and use both. BFD3, most NI drum libraries, SSD4, Superior Drummer, etc.
NI drum libraries seem to have a lower sensitivity and require higher velocity curves on the hardware.

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 on: June 03, 2014, 12:55:28 AM 
Started by DrumWagon - Last post by DrumWagon
The next major version is nearing completion. The focus this time is on adding additional MIDI Out capabilities and also improvements to the note selection workflow. We're also adding module support for several newly released drum brains.

If you have any ideas or requests for new features, now is the time to submit them here!

Cheers.

You can also stay abreast of updates here:
http://nebiru.com/zenedit/index.cfm?event=forumView&id=2541

-darin

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 on: May 18, 2014, 08:40:05 AM 
Started by mark - Last post by Inspector 109
That all depends on your sound source...
If it is possible to have one sound cut another one off, then you can assign all those sounds to one mute group.
Please elaborate on what you are using-

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 on: May 18, 2014, 08:30:19 AM 
Started by VMK - Last post by Inspector 109
That's vintage stuff...94/95/96 Datawheel, so I'm trying to jog my memory about the pinout connections on that circuitboard.
Did you unplug the display ribbon? Something about that arrangement looks funny to me...
but I may need to get an older board out and put it on the bench to test my memory.  :o
Please reply directly to my support email and I'll try to help quickly-
support@zendrum.com

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