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 The original circuit expects two different triggers, the actual trigger and the accent trigger, to arrive exactly at the same time and to be 1 ms long.To allow triggering with a button, we have to add in a small conditioning circuit. This makes it possible to also trigger the bass drum with another sound that has a strong and fast transient, for example hi-hat sound. it also can be triggered with any cmos style triggers, for example with an arduino. The original circuit expects two different triggers, the actual trigger and the accent trigger, to arrive exactly at the same time and to be 1 ms long.To allow triggering with a button, we have to add in a small conditioning circuit. This makes it possible to also trigger the bass drum with another sound that has a strong and fast transient, for example hi-hat sound. it also can be triggered with any cmos style triggers, for example with an arduino.