20160606 Updated Editor software for PC and Mac giving you the ability to create or edit DrumIt kits, multi-zoned samples, and loops. The version 1.05 fix the issue with trigger types not showing up as symbols in KIT mode.
Creating multi-zones sounds is now supported.
Making a loop is now supported.
Hihat wizard to simplify the process when creating hihat sounds.
Files in the browser ( Kit and Sound mode ) can be refreshed via the refresh button.
Improved memory usage and overall performance.
Kit selection can be changed by using Arrow-Up and Arrow-Down
In "Copy / Rename" - dialog, kits can be copied, moved and swapped
A selected kit could be exported as single kit using File > Export Single Kit ( CTRL + E )
A single kit can be imported via File > Import Single Kit ( CTRL + I ) at a certain position in a kit bank.
A kit bank can be saved under a different name via File > Save Kit Bank As ( CTRL + SHIFT + S )
When exporting a single kit, the program will suggest a file name, based on the name in the kit bank.
A single sound file, dragged and dropped into the graph area, can be chosen to be saved as a Loop sound file by ticking the Loop Sound box at Properties.
Multi-zone sounds can now be created.
A Hihat set-up wizard for types is available to help configure a hihat based on the requirements of the user.
Types could be changed via a selection box for each zone.
The name of a zone can be changed by double clicking the title of the zone.
Sounds can be saved under a different name using File > Save Sound As ( CTRL + SHIFT + S )
When saving a sound, the application will suggest a name for the DSND file, based on the dropped wave files.
Always remember to close down the Editor software before you disconnect the DrumIt Five from the USB port.
Connect the DrumIt Five unit to your PC or Mac via a USB cable. Boot up the Unit in USB mode by holding down the left button above the LCD at startup. After download, double click on the DrumIt 1.0.4 installer ( Windows only ).
At start up the Editor will be looking for a drumit.dkit file. ( The .dkit file holds all the DrumIt Five settings. ) Navigate to the DrumIt Five drive and choose the drumit.dkit file in the top level folder.
The Editor starts up with drum kit number 1. The pad symbols are laid out according to the trigger type settings in the DrumIt Five unit. They do not necessarily reflect the type of sound loaded on each channel.
Choose Audio Settings from the Setup menu and select the audio output. There is a Test button to check if the audio output is operational.
Spec: Windows XP SP2, Vista, Windows 7
Spec: OS X 10.4 or later for Intel based Macs
Info: 24 Separate samples to create your own *.DSND sample "Birch 14 AMB EQ" which is a 14 inch snare made from Birch with an ambassador head and some EQ tweaking for an interesting hi pitch sound.
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