eTrigger v0.428b
by aquawicket
(aquawicket Website)
Owned by user aquawicket

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File Size: 12.1 MB
License Conditions:

15 Day Trial. Registration US$100.00

System Requirements:

MidiYokeNT or LoopBe to route midi signals.

Last Updated: 2009-05-25
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Software Description

The eTrigger Idea:

  • Processing the raw MIDI signals from your drum module, or MIDI device to get a more realistic sounding output
  • Extra features for your electronic drums so you can tweak each and every little detail
  • MIDI data monitoring and visual meters to get a fine tuned output]

Up to 300 Channels of MIDI processing
eTrigger can process up to 300 individual MIDI triggers with complete input and output re mapping. Each channel strip consists of multiple controls and options for processing the MIDI input signals.

Audio trigger to midi conversion
Trigger to Midi modules can be expensive. eTrigger has a built in Audio to Midi Trigger processor. You can plug in as many electronic drums as your sound card can support. The more inputs your sound interface has, the more triggers you can plug in.

Midi Signal Routing
eTrigger offers almost unlimited midi routing capabilities. Change midi notes, midi channels, CC signals and even CC and Velocity controlled note output.

Joystick and Keyboard Input
Weather you have digital instruments or not, you can start playing with eTrigger right away. Use your keyboard, Joystick and mouse to trigger sounds events and control midi CC signals.

Dual zone and Triple zone detection
eTrigger can be configured for up to 100 multi zone drums for advanced processing such as volume balancing, piezo priority, position sensing, zone output, alternating output and MIDI CC variable output.

Automatic Retrigger detection
Clean out all of the false drum hits with a precise, auto-learning retrigger function for every channel. eTrigger can automatically detect the rate of false triggers and remove them while not cutting out your drum rolls and flams. Some retriggers are very hard to hear by ear, so this makes setup a breeze.

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