It really is pretty simple, you just want to be sure how you module functions. The Roland triggers should be fine, just stay away from the Ddrum Redshots or self-stick triggers. If you have a PA at your practice space, use it to set up you triggers. The sounds coming from the PA can make your triggers false, if you are just trying to set up through headphones you can have them more sensitive before they double trigger. The PA at the Bluebird is of course louder, so you will need to do some slight tweaking when you sound check. It wouldn’t hurt to bring some extra muffling for you kick as well.
On thing to keep in mind with triggers- you have to play at a consistent volume. If you pound on your kick when you are playing a simple beat and then play soft when you start playing fast it can cause some problems. Get them set up ASAP and start practicing with them; it will take some getting used to.
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