By checking these points, you should be able to troubleshoot the issue of the DWe Control Trigger Interface not triggering other drum/ MIDI modules effectively.
Connect MIDI Cable:
Connect a 3.5mm TRS - Standard MIDI cable from the DrumLink Wireless Hub's MIDI OUT to the MIDI IN jack of the drum module.
Confirm Recognition and Activation:
Ensure that the DrumLink Wireless Hub is recognized by DWe Control and that the drum set is active.
Configure the MIDI Output setting:
Click the HUB button in the top left corner of DWe Control to display the Hub Config window. Select "Software+Hub" or "Hub Only" from the MIDI Output drop-down list.
Select Module Model:
Open DWe Control, click the MIDI MAP button, and choose the appropriate module model (e.g., TD-50, TD-30, TD-27) from the drop-down list. Then, click CLOSE.
Save the MIDI map to the DrumLink Wireless Hub:
In the MIDI Map window, right-click on the square ellipses icon (three sot) and click 'Save to Hub' from the drop list to save the currently selected MIDI map to the DrumLink Wireless Hub.
Check MIDI Channel:
Power on the drum module and confirm that it is set to receive MIDI signals on channel 10.
Test Drum Module Sounds:
Connect the drum module to an audio source (mixer, powered monitors, headphones, or in-ears), and play the drums to verify that you're triggering and hearing the module sounds.
The DrumLink Wireless Hub can also be used without a computer connection. For more information, see the following article: When triggering a hardware sound module how do I power the DrumLink hub?