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Posted by knex maddo 9 years ago
I'd like to make a drum with decent acoustics out of wood, leather and other assorted "genuine" drum materials.
Asked by Monkey-Azura 9 years ago
The drum is really large. Something like 71" wide and 22" High or so. Need a really solid fabric and could really use a pattern
Asked by Imprest 8 years ago
I cant find this one band though, the main singer is a girl and i think they are drum and bass... they have one music video where it's them in a green box onï»¿ a field and another on youtube thats a batman(cartoon) tribute anyone know who these guys are... i know there name is the lead singers name or something
Asked by redsuit09 8 years ago
I realy don't want to throw out my drumsticks any i deas what to do with them the picture is what they look like
Asked by seabananers 7 years ago
Asked by Ankan Nayak 4 years ago
Asked by naic98 9 years ago
Im wondering if I could make some piezo drum triggers, run them through and Arduino or other device, and then send MIDI signals from the Arduino to a Casio keyboard I have. The keyboard would play the drum sounds. So basically the triggers send a signal to the arduino and the arduino sends a signal to the keyboard. Is this possible?
Asked by crocboy 7 years ago
I have made the piezzo drum triggers .but the problem now is that how to connectit to the computer.i want to use it with fruty loops.. and don't want to use the drum module...?
Asked by gauravsolanki 8 years ago
Im looking for a way to make my bass drum light up when it is hit what materials are needed and what not
Asked by leftcoastpunk11392 8 years ago
I have a 55 gal metal drum that I want to burn in. Does anyone know how to set this up? I think I want to bury it a little so we don't have to stand up all the time. Someone said to set on something in the ground for ventilation. Everyone says something but I can't find anyone that just knows how. Thanks for your help. I want to use the drum for outdoor fun. Bon fire type of thing with an occasional marshmellow roasting.
Asked by vcreel 8 years ago
Im wanting to know how i can be able to make my drum plug into a quarter inch cable to save me the trouble of using a mic. Meinl just came out with a pickup cajon. I need to know to to make one in mine.
I recall the plastic rulers from the 70's & 80's having a good clatter to them when dropped on a desk, but all the new ones are softer plastic now. I've also tried bonking stuff like pot lids and trays at local Goodwills, but none seem to sound right. Any el-cheap-o suggestions? Thanks.
Asked by Tard_Boy 8 years ago
I bought a piccolo snare from a friend and i want to build a banjo it has no bottom head or snares on it so i figued why not i have an old guitar neck that i was going to mod slightly could anyone help me at all? im a noob
Asked by TheKingsDuggie 7 years ago
I have a set of RBWT drums and a set of Wii drums... can I use these pads with a regular Electronic Drum Module? .. I know I would have to solder jacks onto the wires that would be compatable with the receptacle in the Drum Module... but do they have the right pulse to signal the module?
Asked by Da_Soulmann 8 years ago
Since i have built plenty of guitar and a new bass i'm planning to build a drums, just to know how much work is put on building drums. is it possible to build a drum set from scratch? how are they built? and on what materials? and what are the things to consider.
Asked by VAustin89 6 years ago
Can the ion drum rocker be modded so ghwt thinks it is the "official" drum kit?
I've got a midi drum controller that I like using [and would rather not destroy for the project], but I would much rather use a kick pedal for bass than my fingers. I was wondering if there was a way to make a bass drum kick pedal that was compatible with midi live (for example usb or something), as opposed to having to convert the audio to midi and all that mess.
Asked by sax-matt 9 years ago
Instead of buying a trigger to midi converter? i can translate most signals (like that of a piezo mic) into a midi signal within ableton live, but im just not sure itll work with drum pads.
Asked by flosin 8 years ago
Please anyone instruct me how to make a virtual drum kit using any of these above mentioned methods. I've seen some instructables,but I'm not an electro-savant so I could'nt understand much. Any help with a VIDEO tutorial (or not) will be appriciated. Thanks.
Asked by joeyjerry 3 years ago
Is it possible to make a proper sounding drum\snare with a wooden top instead of skin? is it possible to replace the skin with someting more readily available? buying a whole it is way too expensive for an unemployed schoolchild;'(, i have experience with woodwork, i just dont know what to use, all the drum instructibles/ tutorials sort of assume that you have lots of money to spend on the parts. if anyone has made a drum before out of junk i would love it if i could hear all about it:D
Asked by et334 7 years ago
The red and the blue sometimes don't work. Never happens to the symbols or base or green.Is there anything to remedy this problem or some where I can have it fixed besides Activision.Please Help SINCERELY, TIRED OF PLAYING SOLO, (MARK)
Asked by Mjoines48 8 years ago
I want to refinish my drum kit and i was wondering if adhesive vinyl would work or any other ideas for a low budget
Asked by cap n crunch 6 years ago
Hello everybody ! I'm currently into a really cool project which gives me quite hard times. To begin, I'm a big noob in electronics, but I'm decent in programming. So i'm able to understand, learn or correct myself easily when it's about code, but I'm really in the dark for everything concerning electronics despite the fact that I read so much about it recently... My projet ------------ My goal is to make my own MIDI drum kit. Not a new idea, but the difference is that I want to use lot of pads. I bought some WII, XBOX and PS drum kits that I disassembled to get just de pads. Then I bought an Arduino Uno, not a mega because I'm a beginner and I can totally start with a small amount of pads, also I wanted the perfect solution in terms of compatibility etc. STEP ONE : 1 pad -------------------- So, I first made a prototype with 1 pad, which was very easy to do, since there is billion of officials and unofficials tutorials about how to connect a piezo to the Arduino. So basically, on my breadboard its like that (except im on A0 not A2) : http://learning.codasign.com/images/1/1e/Piezo_arduino.png So I connected my pad to the Arduino with a 1 Mohm resistor in parallel and I made a program which function very very well. You can read it the : http://codeshare.io/VzUGn The only challenge here was to set proper threshold and delay so the signal is clean when I hit the pad with a drumstick, to integrate the MIDI library and finally to find a software that makes the informations i send available in any of my favourites music softwares (Ableton Live, Maschine, ...), this software is Hairless Serial to MIDI, btw. STEP TWO : X pads --------------------------- It's when I'm getting troubles. At first I believed that all I needed to do was to reproduce the same schematic but "duplicate it" x times. So I tried with 4 pads. I used the same strategy on my breadboard : each pad is connected in parallel with a 1 M ohm resistor, but all are connected to ground. You can see it there : http://oi57.tinypic.com/aymsli.jpg The code, take the old one, but just loop on the 4 pins : http://codeshare.io/8Tb6z So here are the 2 issues : - The pad on the left is OK, like with my 1st program, the second one is still ok, the third one I have to hit a bit hard, the fourth one I have to hit VERY hard. - When I hit a pad, it seems it send electricity in others pins, I say that because when i connect the Arduino to a music software, hiting a pad = having multiples notes at the same time. For the hitting force issue, I'vre tried to play with resistances, puting higher or lower values and I got totally lost with that : nothing seemed to be better. About that "leaking" issue, I thought it could be useful to put some diodes, as i heard diodes are usefull when you want to make the current going in one way only, but when i watch some others schematics, i see no diodes and only 1 Mohms resistors everywhere, so I really don't know what is wrong and what to do. Here is the MIDI xylophone someone made and posted on instructables : https://cdn.instructables.com/FB6/VMRG/H4AGICO1/FB6VMRGH4AGICO1.LARGE.jpg I have no idea why this is working and why there is ground directly linked to these analog pins, and many other things i cannot understand. Any help would be really appreciated ! :)
Asked by AnthonyJ7 2 years ago
Well, I own a Band Hero Drum Kit, and the Red Drum stopped working, it doesn't respond now. I'd like to know how can I fix this? Oh, and by the way, let me recall that it's a BAND HERO DRUM KIT and it is NOT A GUITAR HERO:WT DRUM KIT! They ARE DIFFERENT!!! Because I checked the instructables manual concerning the WT Drum Kit and the images of the GH:WT drums and BH Drums ARE NOT THE SAME! I hope you can help me out :]. Thanks in advance. PS: Recalling again that is A BAND HERO DRUM KIT, NOT GH:WT.
Asked by WiiLegend 8 years ago
Well, I was playing Band hero, on the drums, then one of the drum pads stopped working! (it was the red one) You have to hit it REALLY REALLY hard to actually make it work, and i can't live with that. If any of you had this happen or have any ideas on how to fix this, that could really help. Thanks.
Asked by Seleziona 8 years ago
Where can I get the blue 55 gallon drums, like the ones people use for rain barrels?
Asked by crocboy 8 years ago
What can you do with a used 55 gal. steel drum besides crushing it and sending it to the recyclers?
Asked by DBloom 8 years ago