I have for some time been working to get the fantastic active optical hi-hat from ATV to work with 2box DrumIt Five and Three. (Originally from a customer request)
For DrumIt Five, a conversion module is always required if using other e-hi-hats than 2box own, but for DrumIt Three, which natively supports Roland hi-hats (ATV emulates VH-13) a conversion module is also required. The reason for this is the active ATV hi-hat controller sends out a voltage range instead of a resistance range to handle the open/closed positions. This fools the “Three” module completely but with a conversion module this can be solved.
More information, demos and manual on the new Zourman Drums hi-hat conversion module for ATV aD-H14 can be found on www.zourman.com
Anders / www.zourman.com
Sometimes you get amazed – I was searching on the “net” last week and found a fantastic video review of the Zourman Drums Roland hi-hat conversion module for 2box. The youtube video has been created by the user “Block Lobster” which seems to be extremely dedicated to 2box and have an extremely nice setup with 2x 2box modules and a big load of e-pads and cymbals.
A very nice review ! Big thanks to “Block Lobster” for your contribution and thanks for watching!
Anders / www.zourman.com
The Zourman Drums hi-hat conversion module for ddrum4 SE replaces a standard ddrum4 or ddrum4 SE CAST hi-hat (hall effect-based sensor) with your favourite Roland hi-hat. The historical ddrum4 SE drum module was introduced already 2001 and have since then been one of the legendary giants on the market. But to get these real old propriety systems to work with new technology has been a big challenge – but after many customer requests of getting a replacement for the ddrum4 legacy hi-hat – a solution was created – The Zourman Drums Hi-hat Conversion Module for ddrum4.
The solution is 100% plug and play (only ddrum4 SE hi-hat calibration needed) and handles Roland hi-hat pad (bow supported only) and the hi-hat control pedal through the two input connectors. The Zourman electronics and intelligence combine the two trigger signals and deliver the output into a standard ddrum4 SE hi-hat input (single stereo jack).
For more information please visit – https://www.zourman.com
It has been a fantastic year for Zourman Drums!
With great customer interest, sales and feedback in our hi-hat modules for 2box and the recently launched sample of a legendary Ludwig Black Beauty from the 1920s made our year to a great success! (Zourman module owners – don’t forget to download your free copy) We will continue to push for new exciting e-drum solutions and samples- so it will come more news in 2018!
Wishing you all (customers, partners and music friends) a merry Christmas and a happy New Year and some free time behind the drums!
Anders Gronlund / Zourman Drums
A nice video from V-drum Tips: Learn about the difference of Roland VH-11, Roland VH-12 & Roland VH-13 electronic drum hi-hats. After watching this, you know what to get. Yes – the Zourman Drums Hi-hat conversions for 2box(Former 42box) are mentioned in the video!
It starts to be many shipped boxes now! 🙂 This delivery consist of one module for for a customer in Germany (the new VH-13 version) and one VH-11 module with virtual clutch for a customer in the California, US! Great thanks for investing in Zourman Drums Hi-hat Conversion modules for 2box!
Anders Gronlund / www.zourman.com / Great Roland hi-hat conversion modules for 2box