Hi I have a Roland TD-8 Module that I am trying to put into the Yamaha MG82Cx. I want to be able to mix the drum kit through the mixer so I can have it in the mix while a bass and cd is running through. How do I do this?
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Check the following on a VH-11 HiHat.... both cables connected correctly, top playing surface is clear of the inner ring on the lower sensor when in the fully up position, power the module OFF, keep sticks & foot well clear of the HiHat then power ON, finally check the calibration settings (I assume the 15 has that as my TD12 does) If still nogo check on the VDrums forum website....
First plug a set of headphones into the Left audio out and see if you get any sound from there... NOTE: it will only be in the left headset and this is normal. Turn up volume control... note the level will be low as this is a line output, not headset. This is a test to see if there is audio.
There should be a nut and a cylindrical tightener at the bottom of the spring. If you loosen these, you should be able to pull the spring up and get the ring back onto the post. Then just tighten the nuts back down to where the tension feels right.
V-Drums don't all come with the same kick pedal--in fact they are often sold seperately--but this should be enough to help you with most basic kick pedal designs.
let me know if this doesn't make sense and tell me anything else you can about the pedal itself and I'll find a picture so I know what you have. This should work though. Good luck!
Hi, had similar problem too. What i did i tested the module and by removing the plug on one of the drums and test with another, drum pad,, if it doesn't work, that means you will have to open the electrical part of the pad and test if the wires are intact. I guess that would do.