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Drummer needing help with Logic Pro x

Postby dustin@renewed.church » Wed Mar 03, 2021 5:59 pm

I am using logic pro x with my drum module, but I can't figure out how to adjust the cross talk in logic pro to stop other sounds from triggering when I don't hit them. For example I will hit my floor tom and it will trigger the cymbal from the vibration of hitting the tom. Does anyone know how to fix this in logic pro? Thank you
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Re: Drummer needing help with Logic Pro x

Postby desmond » Wed Mar 03, 2021 6:19 pm

Do you mean you are physically hitting a pad, and the vibration is causing another pad to trigger?

If so, this is not something you fix in Logic, the drum kit should have settings for various cross-talk sensitivity thresholds etc.

Once a note is sent via MIDI, there's no way Logic can determine that a D1 note with a velocity of 34 is a soft hit from you, or a vibration-induced hit the pad has generated.

Sure, you can eliminate low velocity hits, but that just removes your ability to express your self with grace notes etc.
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