how can I change the angular position of the drums using these tools? As far as I can see there are only options for Ref. Drum strength, sensitivity and threshold and Trigger mask.
By the way what does the trigger mask do?
Dandan writes that the degrees in the y zone are way smaller than they should be, which is especially annoying for the hi hat and crash.
I looked at the midi commands again and I found the following:
With this one you can set the angle of a specific zone. Keep in mind that midi values range from 0-126, we scale this so that 126=360deg. By default, the drums on the lower layer (hihat, snare, floor tom) are at y=0deg and the upper layer (cymbals etc) are at y=50deg
I took some photos on the breaking points between Hi hat and crash and measured them. I found that the crash is not at y=50deg but more at about 35 degrees.
And now it gets interesting. I looked at the midi commands again and if I am not totally wrong a change of one Midi point changes the angle by 0,71 degrees. since:
0 degrees = 0 midi
90 degrees = 126 midi (so 90 divided by 126 = 0,71)
0,71 degrees = 1 midi
Maybe that is a bold suggestion but could it be that you put midi to 50? Because that would result in an angular degree of 35,5 which is what people are complaining about.
To get to y=50 degrees the midi parameter has to be 70 is that correct?
I think it would be great if the beta software though it only works in chrome could be updated so the known midi commands like y=() could be modified.