SaltyDawg;947033 said:we need 1 of these for the Xbox...
Umpa;949141 said:Link broke?
sauhamm;949022 said:DAMMIT!!!what is wrong with you people how many times do i have to post this link before you actually click it!?http://www.rkuo.com/blogs/rkuo_blog/pages/Using-an-electronic-drum-set-with-Rock-Band.aspxclick the farking link and read the farking informationstop asking for one of these for the 360 when we already have it!!!/rantp.s. no im not really mad - and i understand that the seth deal is directly to the ps3 and does not require a rock band brainbut this is the same thing... midi out from your drum brain and fully programmable
davidshek;949264 said:The real question is, what's wrong with you? That's not even the same thing.This isn't about not having the same ability on the X360 to use a real e-drum kit. This is about having a little plug-and-play box for the X360. With Seth's adapter, there is no wiring, no soldering, nothing. You plug your e-drums into it, and plug it into your PS3. Boom, done.With the MSA-P option, you have to open up your RB kit and solder the connections in. For somebody with little or no electronics experience, this could be a nightmare, and even fry their RB kit completely.As you can hopefully see now, this is NOT the same option as Seth's adapter on the PS3/2/Wii
davidshek;946783 said:I'm pretty sure I read that this adapter comes with another setting that switches the red/yellow snare/hi-hat relationship. You basically just hit 1 button to switch that mode and you're done.
ChiefyNutz;953477 said:But paitence is not a virtue of mine. I want to use my e-kit NOW!Thoughts?
ChiefyNutz;953477 said: But paitence is not a virtue of mine. I want to use my e-kit NOW!Thoughts?
ChiefyNutz;953477 said:Is there, or will there ever be, a way for this mod to add the velocity sensitivity function HMX is implementing in RB2? That is something that I would really love to have. I am torn between getting this mod now, waiting to see if ION releases a stand-alone drum brain, or if someone comes up with a newer solution to connect an e-kit. But paitence is not a virtue of mine. I want to use my e-kit NOW!Thoughts?
mooremwm;954511 said:Seth said he's going to look into the option of a new firmware - for a small fee - that supports the RB2 functionality (I'm more interested to see if it's possible to separate the toms from the cymbals, but velocity sensitivity would be nice too). The more I think about it though, the less I think this is really necessary. It only works in the fills and the drum trainer, and if you really want this option in the drum trainer, you can just turn down the Rock Band volume and use your drum module's output for the drum sounds (i.e. external speakers or headphones).I personally think Seth's product is the best option out there if you have a PS3/2 or Wii. Granted, the RockBandKickBox looks better but it doesn't have the functionality and versatility of Seth's adapter. The RockBandKickBox looks like it will basically be the same as the ION drum brain except for the sensitivity adjustments which could prove to be vital depending on which drum module and kit you're using.
Chris_Gonzalez;960854 said:What electronic drum set would you guys recommend?
Chris_Gonzalez;960854 said:What electronic drum set would you guys recommend? I don't have one yet, and I was planning on getting the ION kit, but I'm not so sure now.
dagware;961506 said:Do a forum search for posts by davidshek. He's been involved in a lot of threads discussing that very question. Don't make him repeat it again.
davidshek;961529 said:Much like with cars, there's no one standard answer that'll fit everybody
shadowolf118;989168 said:Just got the adapter yesterday. What a very fast delivery from the time I sent you $$ via Paypal! Yahoo! this thing is a freakin dream come true! Seth, your a genius! I am still honing the transition from the plastic to a real set but was already into the mid 90's on expert on Cherub and (99% on Gimme three steps)others. The addition of playing a hihat and cymbals is the only thing I need to get used to. The fact that you have pre prgrammed this puppy is a major plus to those who may be leary of doing it. The instruction guide that accompanies this thing is very informative as well. Yee haw! seth,I dont have to feel like a little kid anymore when I play Rockband! my $6,000 Roland kit is gettin double duty these days! Thanks again,and if your reading this and you already own n electronic set,get it now. You wont be dissapointed!
Ryder35;1003882 said:SO I was looking at e-drums and saw this Roland Kithttp://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/73948Nice and compact. Does anyone have any thoughts or experience with it. The size of the full kits worries me somewhat. Also will this one be expandable (e.g. adding mesh heads etc?Thanks in advance all you experts!
akwok;1003894 said:The HD-1 doesn't seem to be that great. I fooled around with it at a local Guitar Center and the rubber toms don't seem to be the same calibur as the rubber toms on the entry level TD-3,
akwok;1003894 said:But the dealbreaker is definitely the bass pedal on the HD-1 -- it's just a spring-based pedal.