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 on: March 03, 2015, 10:52:57 AM 
Started by Pocket Master - Last post by DrumWagon
This thread is a few years old and the SysEx code has hardened considerably since then.  There are no longer any known problems with transferring SysEx.

Can you describe the exact problem you are having?  Also which MIDI interface are you using?  Most problems wind up being with the interface or drivers.  The up-to-date list of supported interfaces is located at http://nebiru.com/zenedit/index.cfm?event=helpIndex#midiInterfaces

HTH

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 on: March 03, 2015, 08:29:23 AM 
Started by Pocket Master - Last post by Gelka
I have exactly the same problem. Before the upgrade it was running smoothly. The error is with the new version.

This can not be a server problem.

Please, how I can fix this problem?

Can I do a downgrade?

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 on: February 25, 2015, 07:17:52 PM 
Started by rhombus - Last post by rhombus
Okay, I'm using MIDI-OX to test both the hatKAT and a generic volume expression pedal to compare (calibrating again when I switch, of course). The Zendrum receives/sends no signal until the hatKAT is depressed more than half way. With the volume expression pedal, the Zendrum sends/receives a signal throughout the full range of motion of the pedal. I'm afraid the problem (or limitation?) is with the hatKAT itself, which is a shame because I really like its spring action.

Alas, I haven't purchased ZenEdit yet, it's on my list to do for sure. The Nord Drum 2 doesn't have a hi-hat control input, just 6 trigger inputs and MIDI. So I'm trying to use the Zendrum to be the bridge from the hatKAT to the ND2.

I figure at this point we've exhausted the Zendrum end of the cable, thanks much David and DrumWagon for your help.

I wonder if there are any users with specific experience with the hatKAT to tell me if this is just how it works or if it's malfunctioning?

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 on: February 25, 2015, 06:28:29 PM 
Started by rhombus - Last post by DrumWagon
I'd hook up the output to your computer and use MIDI-OX, etc to analyze what's being output.  Does the pedal work when connected directly to the Nord? 
You can also export your SysEx into ZenEdit to check what the calibration settings are for the pedal and try tweaking them.

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 on: February 25, 2015, 06:19:23 PM 
Started by rhombus - Last post by rhombus
I am certain it's a Z4 circuit board, I've followed the instructions in the manual to get the version number and it's '41'. I've just gone through the calibration again and I'm getting the same behavior. Any other ideas?

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 on: February 25, 2015, 05:13:28 PM 
Started by rhombus - Last post by DrumWagon
If it's a 4.x board, you should try to run the calibration function (outlined in the manual) to set the upper and lower bounds of the pedal sweep.

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 on: February 25, 2015, 05:10:58 PM 
Started by rhombus - Last post by Inspector 109
Hello,
Could it be that your Zendrum is a version 3.0 instead of a current Z4 circuitboard?

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 on: February 25, 2015, 04:57:11 PM 
Started by rhombus - Last post by rhombus
I recently got the hatKAT pedal to use with my Zendrum to convert to MIDI CC to send to my Nord Drum 2. However, when I move the pedal, the MIDI In indicator on the Zendrum doesn't light up until it's halfway depressed. My guess is that the hatKAT pedal is sending a bipolar signal where the Zendrum is expecting a unipolar signal. Am I correct on that?

Is there any way to fix this issue in my Zendrum setup so that I can use the full range of physical motion on my hatKAT?

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 on: January 30, 2015, 01:54:53 PM 
Started by MarchToThe - Last post by anoopbirha
i am newbie here and i think now this forum is dead noone reply

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 on: January 30, 2015, 01:54:03 PM 
Started by Jaay - Last post by anoopbirha
nice post ...\
thanks for sharing

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