Kick drum drops out when riding on crash DM10

Kick drum drops out when playing blast beats on crash and kick. Theres a faint popping sound out of the kick. I didnt think it was cross talk because the same pattern on the hihats works.
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  • Helllo,

    I woud like to help. Let's try out the steps below to help you out with crosstalk.

    Optimizing Crosstalk Settings
    First, disable write protection so that you can save your changes:
    To turn write protection off:
    1. Press UTILITY.
    2. Press SYS (F4).
    3. Press O/S (F3).
    4. Press MEM (F4).
    5. Press VALUE DOWN or move the VALUE DIAL counterclockwise until the "WriteProt" field says "OFF."
    6. Press DRUM KIT to return to the main page.

    Every time you strike a pad, the whole kit vibrates. Vibrations travel through the kit rack and can sometimes trigger other pads. This tendency is known as ‘crosstalk’, and due to the physical nature of drums, it is unavoidable (even on an acoustic kit). The DM10 Module comes prepared with a “Crosstalk” (or ‘Xtalk’) setting. A more accurate description of this setting would be “Crosstalk compensation”, as there really isn’t a way to prevent the physical tendency for vibrations to travel. This setting, however, uses an algorithm to separate intentional hits, from unintentional crosstalk triggers; the result, when tweaked correctly, is that you only hear sounds you want to hear.

    1. Press “Ext. Trig”
    2. On top of the screen, rotate the value wheel to select the trigger you’d like to adjust
    3. Press ‘F2’ for ‘Trig’
    4. You’ll notice three ‘Xtalk’ settings: ‘Xtalk Send’, ‘Xtalk Receive’, and ‘ZoneXtalk’. ‘Xtalk Send’ describes the trigger’s tendency to cause adjacent pads to trigger when struck. ‘Xtalk Receive’ describes the trigger’s tendency to be triggered when an adjacent pad is struck. Lastly, ‘ZoneXTalk’ affects how likely a dual zone trigger is to cause crosstalk upon itself. For example, a Ride Bell and Ride Bow.
    5. Here’s where things get tricky. Each of these settings can be adjusted from 1-7. Since the setting is really ‘Crosstalk Compensation’, the higher the value, the less likely the pad is to send or receive Crosstalk. Here’s the catch: It may be tempting to simply turn it all the way up. But remember that the DM10 is using a smart algorithm to try to ‘weed out’ crosstalk from intentional hits. If you turn it all the way up, you may find that it mistakenly mutes some of your strikes, writing them off as crosstalk. Try to find a balance (ideally somewhere in the middle) with any problem pads, as well as their surrounding pads that are sending crosstalk.
    6. Don’t forget to press the ‘store’ key to save your settings each time you make a change!
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