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I am new to BFD3 and samples so bear with me on my description. Bfd3 installed on laptop, kit created with no problem. I have a Dtxtreme 3 edrum set with the dtx900 upgrade in the brain. All multiple zone pads trigger properly when tested however when 2 different pads are hit together only 1 triggers the sound the other drops out. Bass and snare together only get bass sound for example.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi Sam! Apologies for the huge delay - I hope you got it sorted out by now.
For the record, in case you are still pondering this one:
It sounds like the cross-triggering threshold might be too high - there are sensitivity settings in your module to stop hits on one pad triggering another pad via mechanically linked vibration.
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