Question about Yamaha Dtxpress III Electronic Drum Set S-O System
I have an old set of UP drum pads that I hooked up to an Alesis D4 16 Bit drum module. Works fine for practicing but I am having a problem with my No 1 tom bleeding into my snare drum pad. Everytime I hit the snare drum pad with any force the No 1 tom bleeds through the snare. I had this problem once before and thought I solved it by mounting the No 1 tom on a separate stand thinking that vibration was the cause.I stopped having the problem for a long time but now its back again. I know the UP drum pads are 1970s technology but its just the one pad that I am having the problem with. I understand your Yamaha Techs but any of your suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks, firstname.lastname@example.org
Your right old and new technologies are all the same basic concept, a Piezoelectric transducer converts mechanical energy into an electrical pulse. Adjust/increase the cross talk (x-talk) setting on the module for your specific channel. this settings job is to disregard really small signals (ie. vibrations from the stand, other drums etc...), you may have to play the pad a little bit harder but it should work fine.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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