Old 11-09-2008, 07:11 PM   #1
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Default Roland TD3 > Addictive Drums Mapper

Hi there,

Here are some JS files made for use with the Roland TD3 and Addictive Drums. Just insert TD3-KickSnareHHToms-AddictiveDrums and TD3-Cymbals-AddictiveDrums before Addictive Drums and you are done : )

Foreach TD3 input, you can easily select which AD output you want to use. The ride bell is working, and tom rimshots can be dynamicly fired if needed (not available on the TD3).

I had to make 2 files, one for Kick, Snare, HH, Toms, and another one for the cymbals because only 16 JS Sliders are allowed in one file (23 total).


In the extended versions, each TD3 event can be mapped to any AD key, but I had to make shorter versions because the extended ones were causing some audio glitches on each load (at least on my comp), which is quite annoying. The JS engine doesn't like sliders with a bunch of labels... I'd have like to dynamicly generate the labels instead of copy/pasting everything, but I don't know if it's possible with JS.
Anyway, stick with the normal versions unless you need some weird routing.


The files can be easily modified to be used with a TD6 or anything else.

Have fun
InGuN

EDIT : because both files must be loaded, and both are catching midi events, the second one may override the job done by the first file. Stick with the standard ones TD3-Cymbals-AddictiveDrums and TD3-KickSnareHHToms-AddictiveDrums (in that order !) for a painless experience
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File Type: txt TD3-Cymbals-AddictiveDrums.txt (2.8 KB, 1815 views)
File Type: txt TD3-Cymbals-AddictiveDrums-Extended.txt (9.1 KB, 1259 views)
File Type: txt TD3-KickSnareHHToms-AddictiveDrums.txt (3.6 KB, 1239 views)
File Type: txt TD3-KickSnareHHToms-AddictiveDrums-Extended.txt (10.2 KB, 1065 views)

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Old 11-10-2008, 06:30 PM   #2
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I'll check it out, it'd be cool if I could reroute the midi from my ion electronic drumset into different midi notes.
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Old 11-22-2008, 11:50 AM   #3
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I finally tried this out, pretty cool. I could easily open it up and recompile to reflect what midi destinations I want.

It'd be cool to have a version just for midi remapping.
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Old 01-25-2009, 05:25 PM   #4
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Default This is awesome

Tried the files out, and they work perfectly! Now I'm jamming my v-drums with Addictive with no midi fuss. Thanks for the great addition.
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Old 03-28-2009, 11:24 AM   #5
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Ripper, thanks for the post over on the XLN Audio forum that directed me here. I'm going to try this out with my TrapKAT with a Roland mapping loaded.

(Does it handle chokes, I wonder... that'd be so cool.)
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Old 06-30-2009, 09:22 AM   #6
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how do i get this into reaper - do the files go into the plugins folder?
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