I have been using this for about 2 months now and all of a suden it goes wacky.
1st problem is the mapping for the H/H has switched to 46 A#1 and I see no way to change this back to 44 CC#4. I try to calibrate the pedal and it works on "open" but fails on "closed". Sometimes it will act like it worked on "closed" but instantly starts making a pinging noise, plus when you go to trim is shows both values at 99.
2nd problem is that I have lost all Ride triggering. I have tried different cymbals but still nothing. Midi mapping on this one is 51 D#2.
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EMPLOYEE0Lets reset your module to the factory settings to clear any preset trouble.
Press and hold the EXIT and STORE buttons simultaneously while turning it on.
This page lets you reinitialize different settings in the module, restoring them to their factory defaults.
1. Press UTILITY to enter the main Utility Menu.
2. Press SYS (F4) to access the Accompaniment settings.
3. Press INIT (F2) to access the reinitialization page.
4. Use CURSOR UP / DOWN to move through the menu items:
a. All Kits: All of the module's Kits and their settings will return to their factory defaults.
b. All Sequences: All of the module's Sequences and their settings will return to their factory defaults.
c. All Trigger Settings: All of the module's trigger settings will return to their factory defaults.
5. Press EXEC (F4).
6. A window will appear asking you to confirm your choice. To confirm and reinitialize the selected
settings, press YES (F1). To cancel, press CANCEL (F2 or F3).
Let me know.
I had already tried the reset with EXIT and STORE, but nothing changed.
I tried again using the second method, nothing changed from the orginal problems but now the snare is not working. I tried plugging the snare cable my tom 1 and it triggers fine. I then plugged the tom 1 cable into the snare and that also worked. Also with the snare cable plugged into the snare you get feedback through the amp when you touch the snare rim.