I want to know . Have a dm 10 studio. How do I turn off trigger for rim on the set?

The dm 10 how do I turn the outside rim trigger off
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  • Hello Dion,

    Refer to the Triggering Parameters of your manual to help you out with that.

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  • No offense Chris D, but that is a canned answer which does not address the specific problem. The person want to know how to turn off rim triggers for the whole kit. What does cross-talk have to do with that?

    Anyway...

    Dion Legge: There is not a global setting in the DM10 module which turns off/on rim trigger capability. If you have a two zone pad and a stereo cable, it will send rim trigger data. You will need to change settings for each pad whose rim trigger you want off.

    You have 3 practical options that I know of.

    1) Since the Head and Rim are sent via a stereo 1/4" cable, you can use a mono cable to eliminate the signal from the pad's rim to the module. I have horrible snare/rimshot problems, so I used a mono cable to connect my snare for now. Works well. The tip is the pad head, the ring is the rim trigger signal on a stereo cable.

    2) Set the Sensitivity for the Rim Trigger you want off to 0 (zero). Turn on note chase, select Ext Trigger(i think - the unit is not in front of me), hit the rim you want to edit and dial the sensitivity all the way down. Essentially nothing will trigger it. I dont know if this works comprehensively, but I have used this method with success.

    3) Assign NO INSTRUMENT or NONE (cant remember which it is) as the voice of the rim trigger for each pad. Note Chase on >> Push the "Inst" button >> Highlight the intrument, not category. Something like NONE or NO INSTRUMENT should be available as a voice assignment.

    ***Dont forget to do this with layers A and B! Dont forget to Save your changes!***

    Hope that helps!
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