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#21

Haha awesome! Thanks for making such a cool product!!


#22

@chooit Man I wish I couldn’t play drums as well as you can’t!!!


#23

I have done the setup with logic pro in this video,hope this helps you :smiley:

FREEDRUM Unboxing,Setup and Airdrumming Demo
(https://youtu.be/F4VctBgGp0820)


#24

bahahahahahah too funny.


#25

@Alex_Incensus How many different sounds have you got going on there? How did you squeeze a 3rd tom in?


#26

@Lawrence, I’m currently using a beta firmware of Freedrum, which implements a 3rd tom, a 2nd crash cymbal, some twist actions and similar.

If you’re interested in testing, you can contact the Dev. But keep in mind, that things are experimental and not as stable and smooth as the official firmware :wink:


#27

Thanks! :ok_hand::wink:


#28

Like the new hit areas :wink:


#29

Hi everyone!
Here is a live jam with the use of Freedrum. (stil need more familiarization and practice)


#30

There is how I play Enter Sandman by Metallica with freedom https://t.co/ex2Mxb5vrU?amp=1


#31

Hi Guys!
As Soon i will able to register Something
I will post a video

For the moment I’m still not able to hit the snare in the right way! :joy:

I will come back! I promise!:muscle::love_you_gesture: :drum: :


#32

My attempt at playing ‘breaking the habbit’ by linkin park using freedrums


#33

Hello everyone ,I have recently made a drum cover of Skrillex-Bangarang using Freedrum.
Hope you all like it :grinning:


#34

Freedrum down-under in AUSTRALIA. Testing out Freedrum with my new Song on guitar. Bit of practice still required, but so much fun!


#35

First try with the band and a simple explanation on the product in Portuguese with english subtitles. A few drum drifting here and there, but on the overall, I think it came out very good. What you guys think?!

Cheers!
Gustavo


#36

First sketchy cover with a 10 zones setup


#37

Are you using GarageBand to program the sensors? That can’t all be just from Sensorware, right?

Great video!


#38

You can assign any sound to any position using midi mapping modes in garage band or logic pro,also there are drumming VSTs available,some of them are paid and some are free where you can easily assign midi notes with the desired sound you want.

I currently use addictive drums 2 VST which has a great sound library and MIDI mapping is also very easy,so i can assign any sound i want that is available in the library to any available positions of the freedrum :grinning:


#39

Do you got a Guide to remap the Midi configuration in GarageBand? YouTube just shows up Crap :frowning:


#40

The only step that has something to do with programming sensors - is setting MIDI notes in the Sensorware Android with the 10 zones mode. E.g. Sensor Pad Mapping

Then I’ve used Macbook + Reaper + Power Drums for recording and Windows laptop + Reaper + Superior drums for final mix. The reason for that is Macbook is lighter, built-in Bluetooth and audio adapter latency is very low, Power Drums is free and has enough sounds to play with 2 crash, china, splash cymbals. So I can play and hear all these cymbals etc. But for final version I want more fine-grained options, which Power Drums doesn’t have, so I’m exporting MIDI, importing to a Windows laptop where I have Superior Drummer with a huge amount of sounds samples and mixing options.

Long story short - your sensor only emits a MIDI note that set in Sensorware 10 zones mode in Android (it’s not available yet on iOS, so get an Android device or ask a friend to use one for this setup). Then you need a VST plugin to at least hear all these 10 different sounds, which is in my case Reaper + Power Drums.

Reaper: https://www.reaper.fm/
Power Drums: http://www.powerdrumkit.com/

I’m pretty sure GarageBand doesn’t have custom MIDI mapping thing.