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Get a Choke Hold –eCymbal Choke Switch Templates–

I now have the templates for the choke switches completed. If you would like to get a template to make your own switch, click here. There are sizes for 10″,14″, 16″ and 18″cymbals.

 
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New Cymbal Project –eMini–

Here is a sneek peek at our new electronic cymbal project. Believe it or not, the idea of this project came from the fact that our shop had a lot of left over parts. We decided to do something with these parts, and so was born the eMini cymbal trigger. This trigger is the size

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REMO X is coming!

Here is a glance at our new eDrum trigger project. We call it REMO X. Taking from some of the stuff we learned doing the X4L project, we decided to do a Remo practice pad conversion. Before you say, “Gee, like this hasn’t been done before”, keep in mind this Remo conversion is totally different

 
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Final thoughts “X4L”

Now that I have built five of these triggers (two of which I used as guinea pigs for another ideas), I thought I would try to tweak my own design. Let me first say that, because of lack of funds and wanting to start another project, I will not be building the X4L any further

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Finishing Touch!

It’s time to get this eDrum working. In the last post we made the foam sensor coupling. In this post we will install the piezo/foam coupling assembly to the sensor plate and solder up the connections. We will be cutting 3M heavy duty double stick tape into small circles. Pull off a length of tape

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