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edrum and triggering question, please help!

Discussion in 'Drums' started by mckaymental, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. mckaymental

    mckaymental Guest

    Hi! I just got Battery 3 and I have some problems to assign my drum pads to the program. I can't get my Kick to be recognize. I also have Superior Drumer 2 and I never had any problems of this sort. I know my kick triggers the value of B0 and Battery3 got the value of C1 for the kick so no sound comming from Battery for the B0. I don't know if there's any midi learn options or a way I can get my kick to correspond to C1. I've stripped the Battery manual and didn't find my answer!

    Thanks for your help! :)
  2. mckaymental

    mckaymental Guest

  3. djmukilteo

    djmukilteo Well-Known Member

    I would see if you can change Battery cells one octave down from the default C1.
    I think theres a transpose octave up/down....just not sure where it is maybe in options.
    There is also the "learn" button in the cell menu window, maybe if you highlight a cell and then trigger the kick it will set the cell to B0.
    Is there any way to change the kick trigger output to another value?
  4. mckaymental

    mckaymental Guest

    I've tried to move the Octave in the option menu, when I hit the kick, there a cell that flash but I don't hear any sound of it even if it flash, when I record into cubase it won't work because it still record as B0. I don't know where's the Learn Button in Battery 3. I've passed all day trying to figure this problem and I still didn't solve it...

  5. mckaymental

    mckaymental Guest

    Okay I just found the Learn button and it works, but I have to almost smash the kick and other parts to hear some sounds, where I can adjust the velocity?

    Thanks am million!
  6. djmukilteo

    djmukilteo Well-Known Member

    Velocity and Volume (127 is max) should be in the same settings menu.
    Each cell can be independently programmed by highlighting any cell.
    Load a sample into a cell or try using one of the preset kits and then save it as a template once you get your drum machine mapped the way you like it...
    All else fails there is a PDF manual in Help.
    Good luck! and happy drumming....

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