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 on: May 08, 2016, 05:45:08 AM 
Started by bluesapostle2 - Last post by bluesapostle2
ER flashes and I hit transmit and the screen says successful.
I scroll to Sd and save the setup.
I go to NO on the zendrum and there are no notes shown.
I turn off the zendrum and turn it back on to see notes in NO mode.
There are no changes to my notes, Zenedit and zendrum pads are different.

 on: May 07, 2016, 11:09:42 PM 
Started by bluesapostle2 - Last post by bluesapostle2
I am new to this and when I transmitted my notes did not change. Basic help on this would be appreciated, I have a macbook pro, up to date 2.10 software, ZX updated and use a M-Audio interface.

 on: March 25, 2016, 12:36:28 AM 
Started by sujith - Last post by abnorm

 on: March 12, 2016, 06:12:43 AM 
Started by sujith - Last post by sujith

Which is the best VST for indian percussion instruments?


 on: March 12, 2016, 05:53:50 AM 
Started by sujith - Last post by sujith

I am planning to buy BFD3. Will the present zenedit support BFD3?

I am confused about the different sizes of BFD3 core library.

Full: 55 GB
Medium: 28 GB
Low: 19 GB
which one should I select?


 on: February 22, 2016, 06:24:31 PM 
Started by Mr. Wayne - Last post by Slyder
What's great about the Zendrum is that it allows for any and every finger technique you can come up with. What ever feels natural and almost automatic for individuals is all there.
I have experimented with several and have found what is right for me.
Love this thing !!

 on: February 22, 2016, 09:51:38 AM 
Started by Mr. Wayne - Last post by bluesapostle2
I use the tail section row of four and use the top row as a kick on the index, highhat on the ring finger, snare on the third and open hat on the end and hit it with my pinky. On the row below it I put a ride cymbal and bell on the end. It is easy to play a one handed groove and an easy switch from HH to ride patterns.

 on: February 18, 2016, 12:30:06 PM 
Started by meagvg - Last post by meagvg
Just  a quick update...

I've found the "panic" button in BFD3 (right in front of me!).

The panic button will take the CC# mapping. Clicking the mouse will stop all sound processing, but it doesn't respond when sent from the Zendrum.

Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

 on: February 17, 2016, 12:53:51 PM 
Started by meagvg - Last post by meagvg
Hi Darin,

Thanks for the reply.

I've used both CC64 and CC123 for mapping. BFD will show the midi signal being sent correctly, but I can't figure out which button within BFD to map the sustain switch.

After reading John Emrich's reply in another thread, I tried to find a "panic" button as he suggested. It wouldn't surprise me if it's there, and that I don't know where to look. That's why I tried mapping the sustain switch to the "mute" on the master volume. BFD takes the mapping, and correctly assigns the CC#, but there's no effect.

I'm not using a DAW right now, as I play using BFD3 as a standalone program with streaming tracks or iTunes files.

Regarding a MIDI chain, I'm new at this so I'm not sure what that is. I have a Behringer MIDI interface to a Macbook Pro.

Thanks again.

 on: February 16, 2016, 04:48:03 PM 
Started by meagvg - Last post by DrumWagon
Technically any CC value can be used, however you should try to use one that doesn't have common usage.  Here are the available values :https://www.midi.org/specifications/item/table-3-control-change-messages-data-bytes-2

What host/daw are you using?  If you have a plugin chain that includes a MIDI filter then another possibility is to convert the CC message into a NOTE ON one.  That way you can map a choke articulation directly in BFD and target one cymbal rather than cutting off all sounds.
If you happen to use REAPER as a DAW then I have a utility I wrote to do just that: http://nebiru.com/drumWagon/page.cfm/ReaperJS


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