ELECTRONIC DRUM KIT
DTX400K
DTX430K
DTX450K
Owner’s Manual
EN
DTX400K/DTX430K/DTX450K
Owner’s Manual
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Contents
PRECAUTIONS ............................................ 4
Practicing in Training Mode ...................... 29
Welcome....................................................... 6
Basic Training Mode Procedure....................... 29
1. Groove Check .............................................. 30
Product Manuals ......................................... 6
2. Rhythm Gate ............................................... 31
3. Measure Break ............................................ 32
4. Tempo Up/Down.......................................... 33
Setup
5. Change Up .................................................. 34
First Steps.................................................... 7
6. Easy Session .............................................. 35
Package Contents ....................................... 8
7. Groove Tracker............................................. 36
Assembly Guide .........................................11
8. Pad Gate ..................................................... 37
Setting Up for Sound ................................ 19
Connecting the Power ..................................... 19
Connecting Headphones or Speakers ............ 19
Connecting a Music Player ............................. 19
Turning On the Drum Module.......................... 20
Turning Off the Drum Module.......................... 20
Auto Power-Off ................................................ 20
Restoring the Default Settings (Factory Set) ... 20
Component Names & Functions.............. 21
Control Panel .................................................. 21
Left Side .......................................................... 22
Right Side ....................................................... 22
Basic Techniques
10. Fast Blast................................................... 39
Advanced Techniques
Setting Parameters using Menu Mode..... 40
Basic Menu Mode Procedure .......................... 40
z Metronome Settings.................................... 41
x Kit Settings.................................................. 42
c MIDI Settings .............................................. 44
v Hi-hat Settings ............................................ 45
b Trigger Settings........................................... 46
n Training Settings ......................................... 49
m Other Settings............................................. 53
Integrating Separately Sold Accessories .. 56
Selecting & Playing a Kit .......................... 23
For DTX400K Owners ..................................... 56
For DTX430K & DTX450K Owners ................. 56
Selecting a Kit ................................................. 23
Adjusting Kit Sensitivity................................... 23
Connecting to a Computer........................ 57
Playing Techniques................................... 24
Making Connections........................................ 57
MIDI Reference Manual .................................. 57
Snare Pad ....................................................... 24
Hi-hat Cymbal ................................................. 24
Performing with a Song ............................ 25
Selecting a Song............................................. 25
Adjusting the Song Volume ............................. 25
Adjusting the Volume of Muted Drum Parts .... 26
Looping Part of a Song ................................... 26
Using the Metronome ............................... 27
Starting and Stopping the Metronome ............ 27
Adjusting the Metronome Volume ................... 27
Confirming Tempo via Number Buttons .......... 27
Confirming Tempo via Voice Guidance ........... 27
Adjusting the Tempo ....................................... 28
Other Settings ................................................. 28
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9. Part Mute..................................................... 38
DTX400K/DTX430K/DTX450K
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Reference
Troubleshooting......................................... 58
Data List ..................................................... 60
Specifications ............................................ 64
Index ........................................................... 65
SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
This product utilizes batteries or an external power supply (adapter). DO
NOT connect this product to any power supply or adapter other than one
described in the manual, on the name plate, or specifically recommended
by Yamaha.
This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a
cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is
used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accompany the accessory product.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE:
The information contained in this manual is believed to be correct at the
time of printing. However, Yamaha reserves the right to change or modify
any of the specifications without notice or obligation to update existing units.
This product, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speaker/s, may be capable of producing sound levels that could
cause permanent hearing loss. DO NOT operate for long periods of time at
a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience
any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should consult an audiologist.
IMPORTANT: The louder the sound, the shorter the time period
before damage occurs.
NOTICE:
Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a
function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not
covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, and are therefore the owners
responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer
before requesting service.
This product may also use “household” type batteries. Some of these may
be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a rechargeable type and that the charger is intended for the battery being charged.
When installing batteries, never mix old batteries with new ones, and
never mix different types of batteries. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation may result in overheating and
battery case rupture.
Warning:
Do not attempt to disassemble, or incinerate any battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by the laws in your area. Note: Check with any retailer of household
type batteries in your area for battery disposal information.
Disposal Notice:
Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some reason
its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all local,
state, and federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that
contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc. If your dealer is unable to assist you,
please contact Yamaha directly.
NAME PLATE LOCATION:
The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate.
You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES:
Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the production
methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the
letter and the spirit of the law, we want you to be aware of the following:
Battery Notice:
This product MAY contain a small non-rechargeable battery which (if
applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of battery is approximately five years. When replacement becomes necessary,
contact a qualified service representative to perform the replacement.
92-BP (bottom)
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
antee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product
is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by
turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try to eliminate the problem by
using one of the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the
interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or
fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna.
If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to
co-axial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results,
please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of
product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact
Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600
Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by
Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained
in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly
approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to
use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or
another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization
to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the
requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital
devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable
level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic
devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not
installed and used according to the instructions found in the users
manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other
electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guar* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
(class B)
COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT (DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURE)
Responsible Party :
Address :
Telephone :
Type of Equipment :
Model Name :
Yamaha Corporation of America
6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, Calif. 90620
714-522-9011
ELECTRONIC DRUM KIT
DTX400K/DTX430K/DTX450K
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
See user manual instructions if interference to radio reception is suspected.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
(FCC DoC)
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PRECAUTIONS
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
Please keep this manual in a safe and handy place for future reference.
WARNING
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even death from electrical
shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the
following:
Power supply/AC power adaptor
Water warning
• Do not place the power cord near heat sources such as heaters or radiators. Also,
do not excessively bend or otherwise damage the cord, or place heavy objects on it.
• Only use the voltage specified as correct for the instrument. The required voltage
is printed on the name plate of the instrument.
• Use the specified adaptor (page 64) only. Using the wrong adaptor can result in
damage to the instrument or overheating.
• Do not expose the instrument to rain, use it near water or in damp or wet conditions,
place on it any containers (such as vases, bottles or glasses) containing liquids
which might spill into any openings. If any liquid such as water seeps into the
instrument, turn off the power immediately and unplug the power cord from the AC
outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel.
• Never insert or remove an electric plug with wet hands.
• Check the electric plug periodically and remove any dirt or dust which may have
accumulated on it.
Fire warning
• Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the unit. A burning item may fall
over and cause a fire.
Assembly
• Under no circumstances should any of the components of this product be taken apart
or customized. Doing so could result in electric shock, fire, injury, or malfunction.
• Do not sit or stand on the rack. Doing so could cause it to fall over or break,
possibly causing injury.
• Be careful with the holders for cymbal and tom pads as they have sharp tips. In
order to avoid injury, therefore, you should take special care whenever handling
these components.
If you notice any abnormality
• When one of the following problems occur, immediately turn off the power switch
and disconnect the electric plug from the outlet. Then have the device inspected by
Yamaha service personnel.
- The power cord or plug becomes frayed or damaged.
- It emits unusual smells or smoke.
• Be careful with the anti-slip stoppers on kick pads and foot pedals as they have
sharp tips. In order to avoid injury, therefore, you should take special care
whenever handling these components.
- Some object has been dropped into the instrument.
- There is a sudden loss of sound during use of the instrument.
• Securely tighten fixing nuts and other fasteners. In addition, be sure to immediately
tighten any nuts that have come loose. If this precaution is not observed, pads may
fall off or the rack may collapse or fall over, possibly causing injury.
• Take care when setting up cables. If anyone were to trip on a cable, the instrument
could topple over and cause injury.
CAUTION
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to you or others, or damage
to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Do not use the electronic drum kit’s rack to hold acoustic drums. Doing so could
cause clamps to break and the drums to fall off, which in turn could lead to injury.
Power supply/AC power adaptor
• Do not connect the instrument to an electrical outlet using a multiple-connector.
Doing so can result in lower sound quality, or possibly cause overheating in the
outlet.
• When removing the electric plug from the instrument or an outlet, always hold the
plug itself and not the cord. Pulling by the cord can damage it.
• Mind your fingers when adjusting clamps. Fingers can easily be caught and
crushed if care is not taken during this operation.
• Be careful with the tips of supports, arms, screws, and the like. Fingers can easily
be injured by sharp tips if these components are not handled carefully.
• Remove the electric plug from the outlet when the instrument is not to be used for
extended periods of time, or during electrical storms.
Location
• Do not place the instrument in an unstable position where it might accidentally fall
over.
Assembly
• Read carefully the attached documentation explaining the assembly process.
Failure to assemble the instrument in the proper sequence might result in damage
to the instrument or even injury.
• Before moving the instrument, remove all connected cables, to prevent damage to
the cables or injury to anyone who might trip over them.
• Do not place hands or feet under a foot switch or foot pedal. Doing so could result
in injury.
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• When setting up the product, make sure that the AC outlet you are using is easily
accessible. If some trouble or malfunction occurs, immediately turn off the power
switch and disconnect the plug from the outlet. Even when the power switch is
turned off, electricity is still flowing to the product at the minimum level. When
you are not using the product for a long time, make sure to unplug the power cord
from the wall AC outlet.
• Use only the stand/rack specified for the instrument. When attaching the stand or
rack, use the provided screws only. Failure to do so could cause damage to the
internal components or result in the instrument falling over.
Connections
Handling caution
• Do not insert a finger or hand in any gaps on the instrument.
• Never insert or drop paper, metallic, or other objects into the gaps on the panel.
This could cause physical injury to you or others, damage to the instrument or
other property, or operational failure.
• Do not rest your weight on, or place heavy objects on the instrument, and do not
use excessive force on the buttons, switches or connectors.
• Do not use the instrument/device or headphones for a long period of time at a high
or uncomfortable volume level, since this can cause permanent hearing loss. If
you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, consult a physician.
• Before connecting the instrument to other electronic components, turn off the
power for all components. Before turning the power on or off for all components,
set all volume levels to minimum.
• Be sure to set the volumes of all components at their minimum levels and
gradually raise the volume controls while playing the instrument to set the desired
listening level.
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.
Always turn the power off when the instrument is not in use.
Even when the [ ] (Standby/On) switch is in standby status (power lamp is off), electricity is still flowing to the instrument at the minimum level.
When you are not using the instrument for a long time, make sure you unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet.
NOTICE
Information
To avoid the possibility of malfunction/damage to the product, damage to data, or damage to other property, follow
the notices below.
 About copyrights
 Handling and Maintenance
• Do not use the instrument in the vicinity of a TV, radio,
stereo equipment, mobile phone, or other electric
devices. Otherwise, the instrument, TV, or radio may
generate noise.
• Do not expose the instrument to excessive dust or vibrations, or extreme cold or heat (such as in direct sunlight,
near a heater, or in a car during the day) to prevent the
possibility of panel disfiguration, damage to the internal
components or unstable operation. (Verified operating
temperature range: 5° – 40°C, or 41° – 104°F.)
• Do not place vinyl, plastic or rubber objects on the
instrument, since this might discolor the panel or keyboard.
• When cleaning the drum module, be sure to use a clean,
dry cloth. Cleaning products that contain organic solvents, paint thinner, detergents, and chemically-treated
cleaning cloths can cause discoloration and/or warping
and should not be used.
• When cleaning the pads, avoid cleaning products that
contain organic solvents, paint thinner, and alcohol as
they can cause discoloration and/or warping. Instead,
we recommend that you remove dust using a soft dry
cloth or wipe clean with a moist, tightly-wrung-out cloth.
If a pad is very dirty, wipe the dirt away using a cloth
moistened with a neutral detergent solution and tightly
wrung out. Following this, wipe away the detergent solution using a cloth soaked in water and tightly wrung out.
• Copying of the commercially available musical data including but
not limited to MIDI data and/or audio data is strictly prohibited
except for your personal use.
• This product incorporates and bundles computer programs and
contents in which Yamaha owns copyrights or with respect to
which it has license to use others’ copyrights. Such copyrighted
materials include, without limitation, all computer software, style
files, MIDI files, WAVE data, musical scores and sound recordings. Any unauthorized use of such programs and contents outside of personal use is not permitted under relevant laws. Any
violation of copyright has legal consequences. DON’T MAKE,
DISTRIBUTE OR USE ILLEGAL COPIES.
 About this manual
• The illustrations as shown in this manual are for instructional
purposes only, and may appear somewhat different from those
on your instrument.
• The company names and product names in this manual are the
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
 Optional Pads
Within this Owner’s Manual, the optional external pads that may be connected to the drum module are referred to by
model name. Please note that these model names were up-to-date as of printing of this manual. Details regarding any
subsequently released models will be made available via the following web site.
http://www.yamaha.com/
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Welcome
First of all, thank you for purchasing a Yamaha DTX400K, DTX430K, or DTX450K
Electronic Drum Kit. In order to get the most out of your new instrument, please be
sure to read this owner’s manual carefully. And after doing so, be sure to store it in a
safe place so that you can refer back to it again as needed.
Product Manuals
The DTX400K, DTX430K, and DTX450K are described in the following two manuals.
 Owner’s Manual (this booklet)—Setup, Basic Techniques, Advanced Techniques,
and Reference sections.
Setup
Describes how to assemble your electronic drum kit and get it set up for playing.
Basic Techniques
Describes the basic techniques used when operating and playing the electronic drum kit.
Advanced Techniques
Describes the setting of parameters and other more advanced modes of use.
Reference
Describes troubleshooting techniques and contains other reference materials.
 MIDI Reference Manual (pdf)
* Not bundled with this product.
The drum module’s MIDI Reference Manual contains the following. See page 57 for more details.
• MIDI-related reference information
• Reference material that will prove useful when making music using the drum module and a computer
• Instructions on how to transfer songs from your computer to the drum module
 Using PDF Manuals
The Reference Manual for your DTX400K, DTX430K, or DTX450K is made available in digital format as a
PDF document. As such, a computer and suitable software will be required in order to read it. We recommend
that Adobe® Reader® be used for this purpose as it allows you to quickly and easily search for keywords, to
print out specific sections, and to conveniently jump from page to page by clicking embedded links. Keyword
searching and link-based navigation in particular are extremely useful functions available only with digitaltype documents.
The most-recent version of Adobe® Reader® can be downloaded from the following web page.
http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
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Setup
First Steps
Setup
1
2
Open the box and confirm that all parts are present
and correct.
Assemble the parts.
• The assembly process is described in detail on pages 8 through
18.
3
Make the necessary connections.
• Connect the pads to the drum module using the cables provided.
 See page 18.
• Connect the power adaptor to the drum module and turn on the
module.
 See page 19.
4
Play your electronic drum kit.
• Basic techniques used when operating and playing the electronic
drum kit are described in the Basic Techniques section (pages 23
to 39).
• More complex methods are described in the Advanced Techniques section (pages 40 to 55).
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Setup
Package Contents
After opening up the package containing your electronic drum kit, please verify that all of the following parts are present.
For DTX400K Owners
• Parts !6, !7, and !8 are contained in Box 1.
• Parts !0 and !1 are contained in Box 2.
• The DTX400K does not have any parts numbered u, o, or !3.
• Parts !4 and !5 are almost identical in appearance but are actually different. They can be told apart by the sticker on the base section.
• Parts e and i are almost identical in appearance but are actually different. Part i has a wing bolt, but part e does not. In addition, the polystyrene foam packaging used for part e is marked “T” (tom); while the packaging for part i is marked “S” (snare).
q Base supports (x2)
w Vertical supports (x2)
e Third tom part (x1)
Third tom pad
r Left arm (x1)
t Drum module (x1)
y First/second tom part (x1)
First tom pad
i Snare pad (x1)
Second tom pad
!0 Cymbal holders (x2)
!1 Hi-hat holder (x1)
!4 Hi-hat controller (x1)
!5 KU100 Kick Unit (x1)
Rear side
Wing bolt
!2 Cymbal/hi-hat pads (x3)
!6 Nine-channel snake cable (x1)
!7 Tuning key (x1)
!9 Power adaptor (x1)
@0 Owner’s Manual (this booklet)
* May not be included depending on your
particular area. Please check with your
Yamaha dealer.
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!8 Cable bands (x3)
Package Contents
For DTX430K Owners
• Parts !6, !7, and !8 are contained in Box 1.
• Parts !0 and !1 are contained in Box 2.
• The DTX430K does not have any parts numbered u or o.
q Base supports (x2)
w Vertical supports (x2)
e Third tom part (x1)
Third tom pad
r Left arm (x1)
t Drum module (x1)
y First/second tom part (x1)
First tom pad
Second tom pad
i Snare pad (x1)
!0 Cymbal holders (x2)
!1 Hi-hat holder (x1)
!2 Cymbal/hi-hat pads (x3)
!3 KP65 Kick Pad (x1)
!4 HH65 Hi-hat Controller (x1)
!5 FP6110A Foot Pedal (x1)
!6 Nine-channel snake cable (x1)
!7 Tuning key (x1)
!8 Cable bands (x3)
!9 Power adaptor (x1)
@0 Owner’s Manual (this booklet)
* May not be included depending on your
particular area. Please check with your
Yamaha dealer.
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Package Contents
For DTX450K Owners
• Parts o, !6, !7, and !8 are contained in Box 1.
• Parts u, !0, and !1 are contained in Box 2.
q Base supports (x2)
w Vertical supports (x2)
e Third tom part (x1)
Third tom pad
r Left arm (x1)
t Drum module (x1)
y First/second tom part (x1)
First tom pad
u Hexagonal rod (x1)
i TP70S Snare Pad (x1)
o S wing bolt (x1)
!0 Cymbal holders (x2)
!1 Hi-hat holder (x1)
!2 Cymbal/hi-hat pads (x3)
!3 KP65 Kick Pad (x1)
!4 HH65 Hi-hat Controller (x1)
!5 FP6110A Foot Pedal (x1)
!6 Nine-channel snake cable (x1)
!7 Tuning key (x1)
!9 Power adaptor (x1)
@0 Owner’s Manual (this booklet)
* May not be included depending on your
particular area. Please check with your
Yamaha dealer.
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Second tom pad
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!8 Cable bands (x3)
Setup
Assembly Guide
Fully assembled drum kit
(DTX450K shown)
CAUTION
Step 6
Step 11
Step 5
Step 9
Step 10
• Choose a flat, hard surface on
which to assemble your electronic drum kit.
• Take care to avoid mixing up
parts or assembling them in the
wrong direction. In addition, the
assembly steps should be completed one at a time in the order
described.
• The assistance of at least one
other person will be required
when assembling the electronic
drum kit.
Step 8
Step 3
Step 4
Step 7
Step 2
• Once a piece has been assembled, be sure to tighten the corresponding nuts or bolts.
• To disassemble your electronic
drum kit, carry out the assembly
sequence in reverse.
Step 1
Step 1
Step 2
Preparing the base
supports
Attaching the vertical supports
!7
w
Joint
50 cm
q
q
Left
Front
1.
Take the two base supports (q) and the tuning key (!7)
from the package, and using the tuning key, securely
tighten the s key bolts (i.e., the key bolts labeled s in
the figure).
NOTE
The two base supports are identical.
2.
Using the tuning key, loosen the  key bolt on each of
the two base supports (q).
3.
Viewing from the front as shown in the figure, place the
base supports (q) at the left and right approximately 50
cm apart.
Right
1.
Take a vertical support (w) from the package, and
insert it fully into the joint on the left base support.
NOTE
The two vertical supports are identical.
2.
Using the tuning key, tighten the  key bolt that you
loosened in Step 1 in order to secure the vertical support (w) in place.
CAUTION
After completing this step, lay the assembly down
safely to prevent it from falling over.
3.
Repeat 1. and 2. to assemble the right upright bar.
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Assembly Guide
Step 3
Step 4
Attaching the third
tom part
Attaching the left
arm
r
Joint
e
Rear of third tom pad
Left vertical
support
Right vertical support
The joint shown in the figure is not part of the DTX400K.
IMPORTANT
1.
The third tom part (e) and the snare part (i) from the
DTX400K are almost identical in appearance, and special
care should be taken to avoid mixing them up during the
assembly process. To tell them apart, look for the wing
bolt, which is only found on part i. See the figure on
page 8 for more details.
Take the left arm (r) from the package, and using the
tuning key, securely tighten the s key bolt.
2.
3.
Loosen the  key bolt.
4.
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the left arm (r) in
place.
1.
Take the third tom part (e) from the package, and
using the tuning key, securely tighten the s key bolt.
2.
3.
Loosen the  key bolt.
Slide the third tom part (e) onto the right vertical support and lower it to the center of the support or thereabouts. Ensure that the third tom pad is oriented as
shown in the above figure at this time.
CAUTION
After completing this step, lay the assembly down
safely to prevent it from falling over.
NOTE
Care should be taken to avoid assembling the third tom pad
upside-down or back-to-front.
4.
Slide the left arm (r) onto the left vertical support and
lower it to the center of the support or thereabouts.
Ensure that the left arm is oriented as shown in the
above figure at this time.
Step 5
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the third tom part (e)
in place.
CAUTION
Attaching the drum
module
t
After completing this step, lay the assembly down
safely to prevent it from falling over.
10 cm
NOTE
The third tom pad will be rotated into place in Step 12 .
Left vertical support
1.
Take the drum module (t) from the package and
loosen the  key bolt.
2.
Slide the drum module (t) onto the left vertical support and lower it to a position about 10 cm from the top.
The angle at which the module should be assembled is
shown in the figure.
3.
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the drum module (t)
in place.
CAUTION
After completing this step, lay the assembly down
safely to prevent it from falling over.
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Assembly Guide
Step 6
Attaching the first/second tom part
1.
Rear of first tom pad
Rear of second
tom pad
Take the first/second tom part (y) from the package,
and using the tuning key, securely tighten the s key
bolts.
NOTE
This part has two s key bolts, one each on the left and right.
y
2.
Loosen the  key bolts.
NOTE
This part has two  key bolts, one each on the left and right.
3.
Vertical supports
Slide the first/second tom part (y) onto the vertical
supports and move it down until the tops of the supports
are flush with the tops of the holes. Ensure that the tom
part is oriented as shown in the above figure at this time.
NOTE
Care should be taken to avoid assembling the first and second tom pads upside-down or back-to-front.
4.
Tighten the  key bolts to secure the first/second tom
part (y) in place.
NOTE
The tom pads will be rotated into place in Step 12 .
The details of Step 7 are different for the DTX400K, DTX430K, and DTX450K.
For DTX400K Owners
Step 7
1.
4.
Attaching the snare
pad
Loosen the  key bolt located on the back of the snare
pad (i), and rotate the pad 180°, turning it over.
Take the snare part (i) from the package and lightly tighten the wing bolt.
Wing bolt
Left arm
Joint
2.
Place the snare part (i) on the left arm, which was
assembled in Step 4 , and slide it back until the front
end of the arm is flush with the joint.
3.
Securely tighten the wing bolt.
i
180°
i
5.
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the snare pad (i) in
place.
i
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The details of Step 7 are different for the DTX400K, DTX430K, and DTX450K.
For DTX430K Owners
Step 7
1.
For DTX450K Owners
Step 7
Attaching the snare
pad
1.
Loosen the wing bolt on the joint on
the left arm, which was attached in
Step 4 .
Attaching the snare
pad
Loosen the wing bolt on the joint on
the left arm, which was attached in
Step 4 .
Left arm
Left arm
Wing bolt
Wing bolt
90°
Joint
90°
Joint
2.
Rotate the joint 90° counter-clockwise, making the joint
section horizontal.
2.
Rotate the joint 90° counter-clockwise, making the joint
section horizontal.
3.
4.
Securely tighten the wing bolt.
3.
4.
Securely tighten the wing bolt.
Loosen the  key bolt on the joint.
Loosen the  key bolt on the joint.
u
5.
Take the snare pad (i) from the package and slide it
fully into the joint.
i
5.
Take the hexagonal rod (u) from the package and slide
it fully into the joint.
6.
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the hexagonal rod (u)
in place.
7.
Take the snare pad (i) and the S wing bolt (o) from
the package and lightly tighten the S wing bolt (o).
(Five or six turns is sufficient.)
o
6.
i
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the snare pad (i) in
place.
i
8.
Place the snare pad (i) on the hexagonal rod (u),
which was attached in 6. above, and slide it fully back.
Then tighten the S wing bolt (o) to secure the snare
pad (i) in place.
u
o
9.
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Loosen the  key bolt and adjust the angle of the snare
pad. When finished, retighten the  key bolt to secure
the snare pad in place.
Assembly Guide
The details of Step 8 are different for the DTX400K, DTX430K, and DTX450K.
For DTX400K and DTX430K Owners
Step 8
For DTX450K Owners
Step 8
Attaching the hi-hat
holder
Attaching the hi-hat
holder
!1
Left arm
Snare pad
!1
Joint
Joint
1.
Loosen the two  key bolts on the joint on the snarepad part, which was attached in Step 7 .
2.
Take the hi-hat holder (!1) from the package and slide it
into the joint from the front as shown in the figure. Then
adjust the angle of the hi-hat holder.
1.
Loosen the two  key bolts on the joint on the left arm,
which was attached in Step 4 .
2.
Take the hi-hat holder (!1) from the package and slide it
into the joint from the rear as shown in the figure. Then
adjust the angle of the hi-hat holder.
• When correctly inserted, the tip of the hi-hat holder
(!1) will protrude slightly from the front of the joint.
• When correctly inserted, the tip of the hi-hat holder
• When correctly oriented, the metal rod section at the
(!1) will protrude slightly from the rear of the joint.
• When correctly oriented, the metal rod section at the
top of the hi-hat holder (!1) will be vertical.
3.
top of the hi-hat holder (!1) will be vertical.
3.
Tighten the two  key bolts to secure the hi-hat holder
(!1) in place.
1.
Loosen the four  key bolts at the ends of the first/second tom part, which was attached in Step 6 .
2.
Take the cymbal holders (!0) from the package and
insert them into the ends of the first/second tom part.
Then adjust the angles of the cymbal holders until they
are oriented as shown in the figure.
Tighten the two  key bolts to secure the hi-hat holder
(!1) in place.
Step 9
!0
Attaching the cymbal holders
!0
NOTE
The two cymbal holders are identical.
• When correctly inserted, the tips of the cymbal holders (!0) will protrude slightly from the bottom of the
tom part.
• When correctly oriented, the cymbal holders (!0) will
be as shown in the figure.
3.
Tighten the four  key bolts to secure the cymbal holders (!0) in place.
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Assembly Guide
Step 10
Step 11
Attaching the hi-hat
 Adjusting the position of the hihat stopper pin
Assembling the cymbal pads
Wing nut
Felt pad
Pin
30°
30°
!2
Pin
Felt pad
 Front
Cymbal holder
Stopper
In this step, the two remaining cymbal/hi-hat pads (!2) are
assembled. Accordingly, 1. to 4. must be performed twice.
Hi-hat holder
NOTE
The two cymbal pads (!2) are identical.
Front
This figure shows the hi-hat holder correctly inserted in
the DTX450K. It is inserted from the front in the DTX400K
and DTX430K, and therefore, faces in the opposite direction.
1.
Remove the wing nut and the upper felt pad from the
cymbal holder. (Do not remove the lower felt pad.)
2.
Place the cymbal pad (!2) on the cymbal holder, with
the holder passing through the central hole.
1.
Using the tuning key, loosen the  key bolt on the
stopper, which is located at the top of the hi-hat holder.
3.
Replace the felt pad removed in 1. above the cymbal
pad (!2).
2.
Adjust the position of the pin until, as shown in the figure, it is approximately 30° counter-clockwise from the
front-rear direction of the kit when viewed from above.
4.
Tighten the wing nut to secure the cymbal pad (!2) in
place.
3.
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the stopper pin.
Step 12
 Assembling the hi-hat pad
Washer
Wing nut
Rotating the tom
pads into place
y
Felt pad
!2
Felt pad
Stopper
e
Hi-hat holder
All three of the cymbal/hi-hat pads (!2) are identical. One
of these is to be used as the hi-hat pad.
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1.
Remove the wing nut, the washer, and the upper felt pad
from the hi-hat holder. (Do not remove the lower felt
pad.)
2.
Take the hi-hat pad (!2; one of three) from the package
and place it on the hi-hat holder with the stopper pin
also passing through the hole provided.
3.
Replace the felt pad removed in 1. above the hi-hat pad
(!2).
4.
5.
Replace the washer removed in 1. above the felt pad.
Tighten the wing nut to secure the hi-hat pad (!2) in
place. Ensure that the wing nut is firmly tightened.
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Step 12 applies to each of the three tom pads. Accordingly, 1. to 3. must be performed three times.
1.
2.
Loosen the  key bolt on the tom pad (e or y).
3.
Tighten the  key bolt to secure the tom pad in place.
Rotate the tom pad to a position where it will be easy to
play. (If necessary, refer to the picture of the properly
assembled kit on page 11.)
Assembly Guide
Step 13 is only required for the DTX430K and DTX450K. Owners of the DTX400K should skip to Step 14 .
Step 13
Assembling the kick pad
5.
1.
Take the kick pad (!3) from the package, remove the four wing bolts, spring
washers, and flat washers from the
kick pad holder, and arrange each set
nearby in the disassembled condition.
2.
Assemble the base to the holder as shown below, and
then from the base side, assemble the wing bolts, spring
washers, and flat washers removed in 1. in order to
secure it in place.
Turn the foot pedal’s T-bolt counter-clockwise to loosen
it.
T-bolt
Wing bolt
Spring washer
6.
Fit the raised section at the front of the kick pad holder
into the foot-pedal’s assembly bracket.
7.
Turn the foot pedal’s T-bolt clockwise to secure the
parts together.
8.
Operate the pedal and confirm whether the beater head
strikes the kick pad near the center. If not, adjust the
length of the beater or move it left or right as required.
Flat washer
!3
Kick pad
Base
Kick pad
3.
Take the foot pedal (!5) from the package and insert the
beater into the hole in the holder as shown below.
4.
Slide the beater rod into the hole until the tip protrudes
approximately 15 mm from the rear, and then tighten
the beater bolt using the tuning key.
Beater
Assembly bracket
Raised section
T-bolt
Beater head
Tuning key
Holder
Connecting
rod
!5
Beater bolt
Connecting rod
Step 14
Positioning the hi-hat controller and kick drum
Kick drum parts
!4
!4
IMPORTANT
The hi-hat controller (!4) and the kick unit (!5) from the
DTX400K are almost identical in appearance. They can be
told apart by the sticker on the base section.
!5
DTX400K
Arrange the hi-hat controller (!4) and the kick drum parts or
kick unit (!5) as shown in the figure on the left.
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Assembly Guide
Step 15
Fine-tuning the positions of the pads and the drum module
Sit on your stool and adjust the positions of the pads and the
drum module to your liking.
• To adjust the height of the snare pad, loosen the  key bolt.
• To adjust the height of the third tom pad, loosen the  key bolt.
• To adjust the height of the drum module, loosen the s key bolt.
• To tilt the drum module forwards or backwards, loosen the 
key bolt.
Drum module
CAUTION
• Be sure to always retighten any key bolt after you have
finished adjusting the corresponding part.
• Before moving on to the next step, ensure that all key
bolts have been tightened.
NOTE
• Refer back to Step 7 if you wish to readjust the angle of the
snare pad.
• Refer back to Step 12 if you wish to readjust the angles of the
tom pads.
Snare pad
Third tom
pad
Step 16
Connecting the pads to the drum module
TOM2
CR
TOM1
Right side of the drum module
RIDE
HH
SNR
TOM1
TOM2
TOM3
RIDE
CR
HH
SNR
RIDE
HH
HHC
KICK
TOM3
SNR
KICK
DTX400K
1.
CR
HHC
TOM1 TOM2
KICK
KICK
HHC
HHC
Insert the mini plugs* at one end of the nine-channel
snake cable (!6) into the correct trigger input jacks
(SNARE to KICK/PAD) on the right side of the drum
module. (*: The smaller set of plugs.)
3.
Insert the nine-channel snake cable’s standard plugs*
into the jacks in the corresponding pads. (*: The larger
set of plugs.)
Wrap the cables for the snare pad, the tom pads, and the
cymbal/hi-hat pads around the cable clips to prevent
them from being pulled out.
NOTICE
Excessive bending can damage the cables. Ensure, therefore, that they are not bent at an extreme angle when
wrapped around the clips.
NOTE
The sticker on each of the snake cable’s plugs indicates the
name of the corresponding pad.
2.
TOM3
Nine-channel snake cable
4.
Using the cable bands (!8), secure the cables to the kit
rack at the
positions in the figure above.
Congratulations—You have finished assembling
your electronic drum kit!
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Setup
Setting Up for Sound
Connecting the Power
Connecting Headphones or Speakers
1.
Ensure that your drum module is turned off (i.e., none
of the buttons are lit).
2.
Insert the power adaptor’s DC plug into the
[
] connector on the left side of the
module.
3.
Hook the power adaptor’s cord around the cord clip to
prevent it from being accidentally pulled out.
Your drum module does not have built-in speakers. In order
to hear it, therefore, you will need to connect headphones or
monitor speakers via the [PHONES/OUTPUT] standard
stereo-audio jack. You can adjust the output volume using
the [VOLUME] buttons on the control panel.
NOTE
The [PHONES/OUTPUT] jack is a stereo connector. You can connect a 1/4” mono-audio jack to it, but in such a case, please be
sure to set the output to mono using the Stereo/Mono parameter
from Menu Mode (page 53).
CAUTION
To prevent hearing loss, avoid using headphones at a
high volume for extended periods of time.
Cord clip
Power adaptor’s cord
CAUTION
Excessive bending can damage the power adaptor
cord and create a fire hazard. Ensure, therefore, that
the power cord is not bent at an extreme angle when
wrapped around the clip.
4.
Plug the power adaptor’s AC power cord into an AC
wall socket or another electrical outlet.
WARNING
Use only the power adaptor that came with your drum
module.
Connecting a Music Player
You can connect a portable music player or another similar
source of audio to your drum module via the [AUX IN]
(auxiliary input) stereo mini-jack. This makes it possible to
play along with your favorite tunes.
NOTICE
• Whenever connecting other devices, ensure that the cables you
use have plugs that match the input or output connectors on
those devices.
• Before making connections, furthermore, you should also turn
the volume on the other devices fully down.
• When all connections have been made, use each device’s volume controller to balance its output with that of the drum module.
1/8” stereo-mini
to stereo-mini
cable
or
Standard 1/4”
stereo-audio jack
Portable music player,
etc.
Standard 1/4”
mono-audio jack
Headphones
Powered speakers
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Setting Up for Sound
Turning On the Drum Module
1.
If you have connected your drum module to other audio
devices such as powered speakers, ensure that the volume on all other devices is turned down fully.
2.
Press the [ ] (Standby/On) button.
The drum module will turn on and its buttons will light
up.
NOTICE
• In certain modes of operation, the Auto Power-Off function will
not turn off the drum module when the set time has elapsed. We
recommend, therefore, that you always turn off the drum module
manually when you are finished using it.
• If you expect the drum module to be inactive for a certain length
of time while connected to other audio equipment, we recommend that you turn the volume on the other equipment fully
down. Alternatively, you can disable the Auto Power-Off function
to ensure that the drum module stays on.
NOTE
• Settings for the Auto Power-Off function do not represent exact
times and there may be some variation.
• By default, the Auto Power-Off time is set to 30 minutes.
 Quickly disabling Auto Power-Off
Turning Off the Drum Module
1.
If you have connected your drum module to other audio
equipment, ensure that the volume on all other devices
is turned down fully.
2.
Press the [ ] (Standby/On) button.
The drum module will turn off and all button lights will
go out.
To quickly disable the Auto Power-Off function, turn on the
drum module while holding down the [TRAINING] button.
The function will remain off until you set a new Auto
Power-Off time.
Hold
Restoring the Default Settings
(Factory Set)
CAUTION
When setting up the product, make sure that the AC
outlet you are using is easily accessible. If some trouble or malfunction occurs, immediately turn off the
power switch and disconnect the plug from the outlet.
Even when the power switch is turned off, electricity is
still flowing to the product at the minimum level. When
you are not using the product for a long time, make
sure to unplug the power cord from the wall AC outlet.
NOTICE
The drum module automatically stores all current settings
before it turns off. For this reason, please do not unplug the
power adaptor until all button lights have gone out.
Auto Power-Off
The Auto Power-Off function automatically turns off the
drum module after a certain period of inactivity. This helps
to save energy should you forget to turn it off yourself.
Straight out of the box, your drum module already contains
a wide range of pre-programmed drum kits and songs.
These default settings—collectively known as the Factory
Set—can be conveniently restored at any time if you have
accidentally overwritten them or wish to delete all of your
own settings. To do so, use the Factory Set function as follows.
NOTICE
When you restore the Factory Set as described below, any
changes you have made to parameters will be lost. Before proceeding, therefore, you should ensure that they contain no irreplaceable settings.
1.
Press the [ ] (Standby/On) button and verify that the
drum module turns off.
2.
Turn on the drum module while holding down the
[VOLUME+] button and the [VOLUME–] button.
NOTE
The drum module automatically stores all current settings before
it turns off.
Hold
 Setting the Auto Power-Off Function
You can set the amount of time that the Auto Power-Off
function will wait before turning off the drum module. For
details, see the description of the Auto Power-Off Time
parameter from Menu Mode (page 53).
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The drum module’s lights will flash and the Factory Set
will be restored.
Setup
Component Names & Functions
z
x
n
c
v
b
m
,
.
⁄0
Control Panel
z Number buttons
b[
] button
• These buttons are used to select drum kits, songs, and
training types. (pages 23, 25, 29)
• Using this button, you can start and stop songs. (page
25)
• You can use them to enter a tempo directly. (page 28)
• In Training Mode, it is also used to start and stop training sessions. (page 29)
• In Menu Mode, they are used to select settings. (page
40)
• Also in Menu Mode, you can use them to enter setting
values directly. (page 40)
x [KIT] button (page 23)
Use this button when you want to select a different drum
kit.
c [SONG] button (page 25)
Use this button when you want to select a different song.
v[
] (metronome) button (page 27)
• This button is used to start and stop the built-in metronome.
• In Training Mode, it is also used to start and stop training sessions.
n[
] (Standby/On) button (page 20)
Use this button to turn the drum module on and off.
m [TRAINING] button (page 29)
This button is used to access Training Mode.
, [DRUM MUTE] button (page 25)
Using this button, you can mute and unmute drum parts
from a practice drum pattern.
. [TEMPO] buttons (page 28)
Use these buttons to increase or decrease the tempo in
steps of one BPM.
*: In Menu Mode, the [TEMPO] buttons can also be used to
increase or decrease settings.
⁄0 [VOLUME] buttons (page 19)
These buttons are used to adjust the overall volume of
the drum module. Press the [VOLUME+] button to
increase it and the [VOLUME–] button to decrease it.
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Component Names & Functions
 Left side
⁄1
⁄2
⁄3
⁄4
⁄5
 Right side
Control panel
⁄6
Left Side
This terminal is used to connect the drum module to a
computer via a USB cable.
⁄2 [AUX IN] jack (page 19)
The Auxiliary Input stereo mini-jack is used to input
audio from an external source. For example, you can use
this jack to connect a portable music player, a CD player,
or another similar device and play along with your favorite tunes.
⁄3 [PHONES/OUTPUT] jack (page 19)
Use this standard stereo-audio jack to connect headphones, an amplifier, a mixer, or other similar equipment.
⁄4 Cord clip (page 19)
Wrap the power adaptor cord around this clip to prevent
accidental unplugging during use.
] connector (page 19)
Use this connector for the power adaptor that came with
your drum module.
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⁄8
Right Side
⁄1 [USB TO HOST] terminal (page 57)
⁄5 [
⁄7
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⁄6 Trigger input jacks (page 18)
These jacks are used to connect the snare, tom, and cymbal pads.
⁄7 [HI-HAT CTL] jack (page 18)
The Hi-hat Control jack is used to connect a hi-hat controller.
⁄8 [KICK/PAD] jack (page 18)
Use this jack to connect a kick pad or pedal. When using
a KP65 Kick Pad, an additional pad can be connected via
the kick pad itself.
Basic Techniques
Selecting & Playing a Kit
Basic Techniques
For the purpose of this manual, the term “kit” refers to a full set of drum-sound assignments for all of
the pads. The drum module comes with ten different drum and percussion kits already set up.
Selecting a Kit
1.
2.
Adjusting Kit Sensitivity
Press the [KIT] button to activate Kit Mode.
Select a kit by pressing the corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]).
2
Using the following procedure, you can change the sensitivity of a kit—that is, how the drum sounds change depending
on how hard you strike the pads. Sensitivity can be adjusted
to ten different levels.
While holding the [KIT] button, press either the [VOLUME+] or [VOLUME–] button.
More sensitive
pads
Hold
1
3.
Play the pads and see how the kit sounds.
NOTE
For detailed information on the ten preset kits, see the Data
List section (page 60).
Quick select from Song Mode or Training Mode
In order to select a kit quickly without having to leave
Song Mode or Training Mode, press and hold the [KIT]
button, and then press the number button ([1] to [10/0])
for the desired kit.
Less sensitive
pads
• Each time you press the [VOLUME+] button, you
increase the sensitivity by one level. This means that
louder sounds can be more easily produced with softer
drumming.
• Each time you press the [VOLUME–] button, you
decrease the sensitivity by one level. This means that
louder sounds can only be produced by drumming hard.
More sensitive
pads
Less sensitive
pads
Hold
NOTE
• You can set a different sensitivity for each of the drum module’s
ten kits.
• If you wish to set sensitivities on an individual pad basis, see the
descriptions of the Trigger Settings parameters from Menu Mode
(page 46).
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Basic Techniques
Playing Techniques
Snare Pad
Hi-hat Cymbal
If using a TP70S Snare Pad, you will be able to produce
three distinct sounds (i.e., head, open rim, and closed rim)
depending on where you strike it, much the same as if you
were playing an acoustic snare.
Closed rim shots
(Rim 2)
 Open/close
• You can produce an open hi-hat sound by striking the
hi-hat pad with the hi-hat controller’s pedal not
depressed.
• You can produce a closed hi-hat sound by striking the
hi-hat pad with the hi-hat controller’s pedal depressed.
• If using an HH65 Hi-hat Controller, you can operate
the pedal to recreate the sound of a closing hi-hat.
 Foot closed
Open rim shots (Rim 1)
Head shots
You can depress the hi-hat controller’s pedal to create a
foot-close sound without having to strike the hi-hat pad.
 Hi-hat splash
 Head shots
Hitting the main surface of the pad produces a head shot
sound.
 Open rim shots
Hitting the open-rim zone produces an open rim-shot
sound.
 Closed rim shots (cross sticking)
Hitting the closed-rim zone produces a closed rim-shot
sound.
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Depressing the hi-hat controller’s pedal and then immediately releasing it produces a hi-hat splash sound.
Basic Techniques
Performing with a Song
The drum module comes complete with ten practice songs. Covering a wide range of genres, they
provide a convenient, enjoyable way to practice drumming.
Selecting a Song
1.
2.
3.
Adjusting the Song Volume
Press the [SONG] button.
Press the [
] button to start the current song.
If you wish press one of the number buttons ([1] to [10/
0]) to select a different one.
Using the following procedure, you can set the volume of
the current song to your preferred level.
1.
Press the [
2.
While holding the [SONG] button, press either the
[VOLUME+] or [VOLUME–] button.
] button to start the song.
3
Higher song volume
1
2
• You can stop song playback by pressing the [
] but-
Hold
Lower song volume
ton once again.
• If you wish to mute the programmed drum parts and hear
only the song parts, press the [DRUM MUTE] button. To
unmute the drum parts, press the [DRUM MUTE] button
once again.
• The most appropriate drum kit is pre-assigned to each of
• Each time you press the [VOLUME+] button, you
increase the song volume by one.
• Each time you press the [VOLUME–] button, you
decrease the song volume by one.
the drum module’s songs, so whenever you select a new
song, the current kit will also change. If you wish to use a
different kit to play a certain song, please select that kit
after changing the song. For more details, see Quick select
from Song Mode or Training Mode (page 23).
NOTE
For detailed information on the ten built-in songs, see the Data
List section (page 60).
Quick select from Kit Mode or Training Mode
In order to select a song quickly without having to
leave Kit Mode or Training Mode, press and hold the
[SONG] button, and then press the number button ([1]
to [10/0]) for the desired song.
Hold
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Performing with a Song
Adjusting the Volume of Muted Drum
Parts
If you press the [DRUM MUTE] button while playing a
song, the drum parts from the song will be muted—that is,
their volume will be reduced to zero. If, however, you would
like the drum parts to be slightly audible in this type of situation, you can adjust the muted volume as described below.
1.
2.
Press the [
As described below, you can have a song playback between
two points set in units of one measure. To do so, you simply
need to set a loop start point (A) and a loop end point (B)
while the song is playing.
A
B
] button to start the song.
Press the [DRUM MUTE] button to mute the drum
parts.
1
2
3.
Looping Part of a Song
Looping playback
1.
Press the [
2.
At point A, press and hold the [SONG] button and press
the [
] button.
] button to start the song.
While holding the [DRUM MUTE] button, press either
the [VOLUME+] or [VOLUME–] button.
Maximum muted volume
Hold
3.
Hold
Minimum muted volume
• Each time you press the [VOLUME+] button, you
increase the volume of the muted drums by one.
• Each time you press the [VOLUME–] button, you
decrease the volume of the muted drums by one.
By pressing the [DRUM MUTE] button once again, you
can unmute the drum parts and restore their normal volumes.
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At point B, again press and hold the [SONG] button
and press the [
] button.
To stop looped playback, press and hold the [SONG] button
and press the [
] button.
NOTE
• When you select a different song, looped playback will be cancelled automatically and points A and B will be reset.
• After an automatic lead-in (to help guide you into the phrase),
the range from Point A to Point B is played back repeatedly.
Basic Techniques
Using the Metronome
Playing your electronic drum kit along with the built-in metronome is a great way to perfect your
rhythm.
Starting and Stopping the Metronome
Confirming Tempo via Number Buttons
Whenever necessary, you can confirm the drum module’s
current tempo from the flashing pattern of the number button lights.
Press either the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO–] button once.
• Press the [
• Press the [
] button to turn on the metronome.
] button once again to turn it off.
Adjusting the Metronome Volume
To adjust the volume of the metronome, press and hold the
[ ] button, and then press either the [VOLUME+] or
[VOLUME–] button.
Higher metronome volume
Hold
Each digit of the tempo will be flashed in sequence.
Example:
When the tempo is 108 BPM, the number button lights will
flash [1][0][8].
Lower metronome volume
Confirming Tempo via Voice Guidance
• Each time you press the [VOLUME+] button, you
increase the metronome volume by one.
• Each time you press the [VOLUME–] button, you
decrease the metronome volume by one.
Whenever necessary, you can have the drum module speak
the current tempo to you as a BPM value.
Press and hold the [ ] button. You will hear the current
tempo spoken (in English), and the number button lights
will flash as described above.
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Adjusting the Tempo
2.
The following three methods are available when you want to
change the tempo.
After entering all necessary digits, remove your finger from the [ ] button.
The drum module will speak the new tempo to you
(in English).
NOTE
• Number button [10/0] is used to enter the value zero.
You cannot use it to enter the number ten.
 Increase or decrease using the [TEMPO+] or
[TEMPO–] button
 Direct input of a BPM using the number buttons
 Setting a new tempo using pads (tap tempo)
Example: Setting a tempo of 110 BPM
Press the number buttons in the sequence
[1][1][10/0].
You cannot do this by pressing [1][10/0].
• There is no need to enter a zero first in order to set a
two-digit tempo.
NOTE
• The drum module supports tempos between 30 and 300 BPM.
Example:
To set a tempo of 72 BPM, simply press the number buttons in the sequence [7][2]. You do not
need to press [0][7][2].
• If you select a different song (page 25) after adjusting the tempo,
the selected song’s tempo will be used for the metronome.
• Whenever the drum module is speaking the tempo, you
can enter a new tempo directly using the number buttons but without having to hold down the [ ] button.
 Increasing or decreasing using the
[TEMPO+] or [TEMPO–] button
 Tapping the tempo on the pads
1.
While holding the [ ] button, strike a pad at least
three times at the desired tempo.
• Each time you press the [TEMPO+] button, you
increase the metronome BPM by one.
• Each time you press the [TEMPO–] button, you
Hold
decrease the metronome BPM by one.
 Directly inputting a BPM using the number
buttons
Hold
1.
While holding the [ ] button, enter the BPM using
the number buttons.
Example: Setting a tempo of 138 BPM
Press the number buttons in the sequence
[1][3][8].
2.
Remove your finger from the [
NOTE
Instead of using a pad, you can also tap the tempo by
pressing the [TEMPO+] or [TEMPO–] button at least
three times.
Other Settings
The following metronome-related settings can be made in
Menu Mode. For details, see the description of the Metronome Settings parameter group from Menu Mode (page 41).
• Metronome pattern
• Metronome length in beats
• Metronome sound
• Number-button lighting pattern when using the metronome
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] button.
Basic Techniques
Practicing in Training Mode
The drum module’s Training Mode provides many different ways in which to practice playing the
drums. With ten different types of training available, you can finely hone your sense of rhythm, master
drum patterns from a range of different musical genres, or if you are a beginner, learn easy patterns in
an enjoyable way.
4.
Training Mode
Work on your rhythm
1. Groove Check ............................................Page 30
2. Rhythm Gate..............................................Page 31
3. Measure Break ..........................................Page 32
4. Tempo Up/Down ........................................Page 33
5. Change Up ................................................Page 34
Have fun with drum patterns
6. Easy Session.............................................Page 35
7. Groove Tracker ...........................................Page 36
To end training, press the button used to start it in Step
3. above.
• To select a different kit from Training Mode, press and
hold the [KIT] button, and then press the number button
([1] to [10/0]) for the desired kit. (See Quick select from
Song Mode or Training Mode on page 23.)
• To select a different song from Training Mode, press and
hold the [SONG] button, and then press the number button ([1] to [10/0]) for the desired song. (See Quick select
from Kit Mode or Training Mode on page 25.)
Learn new drum patterns
8. Pad Gate....................................................Page 37
9. Part Mute ...................................................Page 38
NOTE
• If you wish to adjust the duration of training, see the description
of the Timer parameter from Menu Mode (page 49).
Play as wildly as you can
10. Fast Blast .................................................Page 39
• If you wish to adjust the duration of Fast Blast training, see the
description of the Fast Blast Timer parameter from Menu Mode
(page 52).
 Scoring function
Basic Training Mode Procedure
The basic procedure common to all ten types of training is
as follows.
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training Mode.
2.
Select your desired training type by
pressing the corresponding number button ([1] to [10/
0]).
The drum module’s scoring function, which is used with
certain types of training, evaluates your ability on a scale of
one to ten and displays the result using the number buttons
([1] to [10/0]). Number button [10/0] represents the highest
score; number button [1], the lowest.
In addition, the Voice Guidance function announces the
results of scoring using the five levels shown below.
Better scores
Try again
Good
Excellent
Great
The [ ] and/or [
] button will flash, indicating
that the drum module is on standby to start training.
Fantastic
NOTE
Fast Blast training uses its own unique form of scoring. See page
39 for more details.
or
NOTE
• The buttons that flash at this time depend on the type of
training selected.
• Both the [ ] and [
types of training.
3.
Press the flashing [
ing.
] buttons will flash with certain
] or [
] button to start train-
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Groove Check
As an aid to improving your timing, Groove Check uses the number button lights to show how early or late you are drumming.
Two different training styles are available—the first uses the metronome; the second lets you play along with a song. At the end
of training, the drum module will display your score using number buttons [1] to [10/0] and will also speak it to you.
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1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [1].
The [ ] and [
] buttons will flash, indicating that
the drum module is on standby to start training.
3.
Press either the [ ] or [
] button when you are
ready to go.
If you press the [ ] button, the metronome will be
used for training. Alternatively, if you press the [
]
button, the current song will be used.
4.
3 3
 Display of individual strikes
• The number buttons ([1] to [10/0]) will flash to
indicate the accuracy of the timing of individual
strikes.
• If number buttons [5] and [6] flash together, your
timing for the current strike was perfect.
• Number buttons [6] to [10/0] indicate that the current strike was late. The further from the [5] and [6]
number buttons, the later the strike.
• Number buttons [5] to [1] indicate that the current
strike was early. The further from the [5] and [6]
number buttons, the earlier the strike.
Play the pads as tightly as you can along with the metronome or song.
Struck early
Perfect timing
(both flash together)
 Display of current timing variation
• Half-lit number buttons ([1] to [10/0]) indicate how
tightly you are currently playing.
Struck late
• The wider the band of half-lit number buttons, the
greater the degree of variation in your timing.
Range of timing
variation (half-lit)
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To end training, press the button used to start it in Step
3. above.
The drum module will display your score using number
buttons [1] to [10/0] and will also speak it to you (in
English). For more details regarding scoring, see Scoring function (page 29).
Practicing in Training Mode
Rhythm Gate
Rhythm Gate training allows you to confirm by ear whether or not your timing is accurate. If you do not strike a pad in time, it
will not produce any sound. Two different training styles are available—the first uses the metronome; the second lets you play
along with a song. At the end of training, the drum module will display your score using number buttons [1] to [10/0] and will
also speak it to you.
2
5
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [2].
The [ ] and [
] buttons will flash, indicating that
the drum module is on standby to start training.
3.
Press either the [ ] or [
] button when you are
ready to go.
If you press the [ ] button, the metronome will be
used for training. Alternatively, if you press the [
]
button, the current song will be used.
4.
3 3
5.
Press [2] or [9].
1
Accurate timing
(Flash when pad struck)
2
3
4
5
6
7
Easy
8
9 10/0
8
9 10/0
Press [3] or [8].
1
Play the pads as tightly as you can along with the metronome or song.
The pads will only produce a sound when struck in
time. In addition, the number buttons will light up as
shown below during this training.
Struck early
Press number buttons [2] to [9] to adjust the difficulty
level (i.e., the width of the gate). Four different levels
are available as shown below. The higher the difficulty
level, the more accurate your timing will have to be in
order to produce a sound.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Difficulty
level
Press [4] or [7].
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10/0
8
9 10/0
Press [5] or [6].
Struck late
4
5
6
7
Hard
NOTE
Number buttons [1] and [10/0] are not used with this type of
training.
Difficulty level
(gate width; half-lit)
Timing of current
strike (flashes)
No sound produced for pads
struck outside the gate width.
No sound produced for pads
struck outside the gate width.
6.
To end training, press the button used to start it in Step
3. above.
Your score will be displayed using number buttons [1]
to [10/0] and will also be spoken to you (in English).
For more details regarding scoring, see Scoring function
(page 29).
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Measure Break
With Measure Break training, the metronome will be muted for certain measures in a sequence. For example, by setting the
measures during which you play fills to be muted in this way, you can check for any deviation in your timing when the metronome returns. This will help you to play at a constant tempo throughout your performances. Please note that this type of training is not scored.
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4
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [3].
The [ ] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
3,6
4.
If necessary, press the number buttons corresponding to
the measures in the sequence to toggle the metronome
on (fully-lit) or off (half-lit) for them.
Flash: First beat of measure currently being played.
Press the [ ] button.
The metronome will start to play a sequence of four
measures in length.
Fully-lit: Measures for
which the metronome is played.
Half-lit: Measures for which the
metronome is not played.
• Each of the number buttons represents a measure in
the sequence.
• On the first beat of each measure, the corresponding
number button will flash.
5.
6.
Practice playing the pads along with the song.
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
NOTE
You can also change the number of measures in the metronome sequence. To do so, press and hold the corresponding
number button ([2] to [10/0]) until the displayed sequence
length changes. For example, to set the sequence length to
eight measures, press and hold number button [8].
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Tempo Up/Down
Use Tempo Up/Down training to see how fast you can go and still maintain accurate timing. As you play along with a metronome, the drum module will automatically increase the tempo if your timing is good and decrease it if not. Please note that this
type of training is not scored.
If you would like to check or adjust the current tempo before you start training, see Using the Metronome
(page 27).
2
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [4].
The [ ] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
Press the [ ] button.
The metronome will start playing.
4.
Focusing on accurate timing, play the pads along with
the metronome. The half-lit number buttons indicate
how much time remains before the end of the current
four measures.
The drum module will evaluate your timing after every
four measures.
• If your timing was accurate during the four measures,
the drum module will automatically increase the metronome’s tempo and the number-button lights will
scan quickly once from left to right.
3,5
• If your timing was not accurate during the four measures, the drum module will automatically decrease
the metronome’s tempo and the number-button lights
will scan quickly once from right to left.
• Continue to play along with the metronome as the
tempo changes each four measures.
5.
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
NOTE
• If you wish to adjust the difficulty level for this training, see
the description of the Difficulty Level parameter from Menu
Mode (page 50).
• This training can be set either to mute pads when they are
not played in time or to play pads whenever they are struck.
For details, see the description of the Ignore Timing parameter from Menu Mode (page 50).
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Change Up
In Change Up training, your aim is to maintain good timing as you play along with up to seven different practice rhythms that
change every two measures. The rhythms are assigned to number buttons [1] to [7], allowing you to freely choose which ones
you want to practice with. At the end of training, the drum module will display your score using number buttons [1] to [10/0]
and will also speak it to you.
2
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [5].
The [
] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
Press the [
4
3,6 5
5.
• To adjust the volume of the practice rhythm, press and
hold the [SONG] button, and then press either the
[VOLUME+] or [VOLUME–] button.
• To mute the practice rhythm and play along with only
] button when you are ready to go.
the metronome, press the [DRUM MUTE] button.
• A practice rhythm and the metronome will start to
• To unmute the practice rhythm, press the [DRUM
play, and the practice rhythm will change after every
two measures.
4.
Press number buttons [1] to [7] to select the rhythms to
practice with.
• When a number button is fully lit, the corresponding
rhythm will be included in the practice session.
• When a number button is half lit, the corresponding
rhythm will be skipped as you practice.
• The number buttons will flash to indicate which
rhythm you should be playing.
3
3
6
Focusing on accurate timing, play the practice rhythm
on the pads.
MUTE] button once again.
6.
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
The drum module will display your score using number
buttons [1] to [10/0] and will also speak it to you (in
English). For more details regarding scoring, see Scoring function (page 29).
NOTE
• You can also press the [
] button to end training.
• If you wish to adjust the difficulty level for this training, see
the description of the Difficulty Level parameter from Menu
Mode (page 50).
• This training can be set either to mute pads when they are
not played in time or to play pads whenever they are struck.
For details, see the description of the Ignore Timing parameter from Menu Mode (page 50).
• You can also change the number of measures for which
each practice rhythm is repeated by pressing number button [10/0]. When this button is half lit, each rhythm will be
played for four measures before changing; when fully lit, the
rhythm will be played for one measure; and when not lit, it
will be played for two measures.
Fully-lit: Rhythm
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session
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Easy Session
Easy Session training lets you play a drum pattern along with an accompanying song simply by striking any pad(s) in time. As
such, it is not unlike a basic form of jamming with other band members. Please note that this type of training is not scored.
2
1
4
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [6].
The [
] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
4.
Press the [
4
3, 5
] button to start the accompaniment.
Play the pads along with the accompaniment.
• Regardless of which pad(s) you strike, the drum module will play the correct sounds for the drum pattern.
For this reason, you will not necessarily hear the pad
you strike.
• If you stop playing the pads, the drum module will
stop playing the drum pattern.
• The half-lit number buttons provide a guide to variations in the drum pattern.
Half lit = When to strike the pad(s)
• In order to play the drum pattern correctly, the pads
must be struck at precisely the timing indicated by the
half-lit number buttons.
• To select a different song while training, hold down
the [SONG] button and press the corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]).
5.
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
NOTE
The [DRUM MUTE] button is not used with this type of training.
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Groove Tracker
Groove Tracker makes it simple to play a number of different practice drum patterns, which will automatically reflect the speed
and strength of your drumming. In addition, you can also freely add your own fills to the basic pattern. Please note that this type
of training is not scored.
2
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [7].
The [
] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
Press the [
] button when you are ready to go.
The drum module will play the practice drum pattern
once. In addition, the number buttons ([1] to [10/0]) will
light up as the pattern plays.
4.
To select a different practice drum pattern, press the
corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]).
5.
Play the hi-hat or kick pad. Each time you do so, the
next part of the drum pattern will be played.
• Refer to the drum scores in the Data List section (page
62) for details on the pads to be played to advance
each drum pattern and how much the patterns advance
with each strike.
• The tempo of the drum pattern will change to reflect
4
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• If you briefly stop drumming and then begin again,
the drum pattern will play from the start.
NOTE
You can set the period of time after which the drum pattern
will return to the start when you stop drumming. For details,
see the description of the Groove Tracker Return Time
parameter from Menu Mode (page 50).
6.
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
Muting specific parts from the practice drum pattern
You can mute any of the individual drum parts (i.e.,
snare, kick, tom, hi-hat, and/or cymbal) that make up
the practice drum pattern. If, for example, you were to
mute the snare part, you could play whatever snare
pattern you like along with the rest of the drum parts.
1. Press the [DRUM MUTE] button and verify that it
lights up.
the speed of your drumming.
• The volume of the drum pattern will change to reflect
the strength of your drumming.
NOTE
• You can select which pad(s) you would like to use to
advance the drum pattern. For details, see the description
of the Groove Tracker Control Pad(s) parameter from
Menu Mode (page 51).
• You can set how much the practice drum pattern should
advance for each strike of the selected pad(s). For details,
see the description of the Groove Tracker Advance Step
parameter from Menu Mode (page 51).
2. Strike the pad corresponding to the part from the
practice drum pattern you wish to mute.
• The selected drum part will now be muted.
• If the pad corresponding to the muted drum part is
not struck for certain period of time, it will be automatically unmuted.
3. To manually unmute all drum parts, press the
[DRUM MUTE] button once again and verify that it
turns off.
NOTE
The [ ] button is not used with this type of training.
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Pad Gate
In Pad Gate training, the pads will only produce a sound when your drumming precisely matches a practice drum pattern. At
the end of training, the drum module will display your score using number buttons [1] to [10/0] and will also speak it to you.
2
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [8].
The [
] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
Press the [
] button when you are ready to go.
• The drum module will start to play the practice drum
pattern.
• The number buttons ([1] to [10/0]) will light up to dis-
4,5
3,6
Muting specific parts from the practice drum pattern
You can mute any of the individual drum parts (i.e.,
snare, kick, tom, hi-hat, and/or cymbal) that make up
the practice drum pattern. If, for example, you were to
mute the snare part, you could focus your training on
just the snare pad.
1. Press the [DRUM MUTE] button and verify that it
lights up.
play the progression of the practice drum pattern.
4.
5.
If necessary, select a different practice drum pattern
using number buttons [1] to [10/0].
Drum scores for the various practice drum patterns can
be found in the Data List section (page 62).
Play the practice drum pattern on the pads.
• The pads will not produce a sound if they are struck
out of time.
• If you play any phrase other than the practice drum
pattern, the pads will not produce a sound.
• To select a different practice drum pattern, press the
corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]).
6.
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
The drum module will display your score using number
buttons [1] to [10/0] and will also speak it to you (in
English). For more details regarding scoring, see Scoring function (page 29).
2. Strike the pad corresponding to the part from the
practice drum pattern you wish to mute.
• The selected drum part will now be muted.
• If the pad corresponding to the muted drum part is
not struck for certain period of time, it will be automatically unmuted.
3. To manually unmute all drum parts, press the
[DRUM MUTE] button once again and verify that it
turns off.
NOTE
• If you wish to adjust the difficulty level for this training, see the
description of the Difficulty Level parameter from Menu Mode
(page 50).
• You can choose either to mute pads when they are not played in
time or to play all pads regardless of when they are struck. For
details, see the description of the Ignore Timing parameter from
Menu Mode (page 50).
• You can set which groups of pads the drum module should consider when deciding whether or not you are playing the correct
pattern. For details, see the description of the Pad Gate Group
parameter from Menu Mode (page 52).
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Part Mute
Part Mute training lets you mute any or all of the drum parts (i.e., hi-hat, snare, kick, tom, and/or cymbal) and also the instrument parts from an accompanying song. Please note that this type of training is not scored.
5
1
1.
2.
3.
5
3,6
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training Mode.
Press number button [9].
The [
] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
Press the [
] button to start the current song.
Each of the drum parts and the non-drum parts are
assigned to different number buttons as shown in the diagram, allowing you to mute and unmute them by pressing the corresponding button. (see the description below)
4.
5.
HI-HAT
KICK
CYMBAL
SNARE
TOM
Drum parts
 Muting drum parts
NOTE
When you play the pads, the number buttons will flash to
indicate the corresponding drum parts.
 Muting with the pads
1. Press the [DRUM MUTE] button and verify that it
lights up.
2. Strike the pad corresponding to the drum part you
wish to mute.
The selected part will be muted and the corresponding number button will light up.
3. To manually unmute all drum parts, press the
[DRUM MUTE] button once again and verify that its
light goes out.
NOTE
If the pad(s) corresponding to a muted drum part are not
struck for certain period of time, the part will be automatically unmuted and the number button’s light will go out.
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Practice playing the pads along with the song.
To select a different song while training, hold down the
[SONG] button and press the corresponding number
button ([1] to [10/0]).
To end training, press the [
] button once again.
Bass part Other song parts
Non-drum parts
 Muting non-drum parts
 Muting with number buttons [1] to [5]
1. To mute a drum part, press the corresponding number button.
The part will be muted and the number button will light up.
2. To unmute a drum part, again press the corresponding number button, which will be lit.
The part will be unmuted and the number button’s
light will go out.
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1. Press number button [9] to mute the accompanying
song’s bass part; press number button [10/0] to mute
the other instrument parts.
The number button(s) corresponding to the muted
song part(s) will light up.
2. To unmute song parts, again press the corresponding number button(s), which will be lit.
The number button light(s) will go out.
Practicing in Training Mode
Fast Blast
In a Fast Blast training session, you just play the drums as wildly as you can over a set period of time. More a game than a form
of practice, your aim is to get the highest possible score. At the end of training, the drum module will display your score using
number buttons [1] to [10/0] and will also speak it to you.
NOTE
Fast Blast uses a different scoring system than the other types of training.
2
1
1.
Press the [TRAINING] button to activate Training
Mode.
2.
Press number button [10/0].
The [
] button will flash, indicating that the drum
module is on standby to start training.
3.
4.
Press the [
] button.
Within the training time (10 seconds), play as many of
the pads as often as you can.
• The timer will start when you strike the first pad.
• Each time you strike a pad and increase your score,
the position of the fully-lit number button moves from
left to right.
3,4
• When the training session has ended, the drum module will display your score using number buttons [1]
to [10/0] and will also speak it to you (in English).
Example:
If you scored 980, the number buttons would flash
[9][8][0].
• To end a training session before the timer runs out,
press the [
] button once again.
NOTE
• If you would like to check your score once again, press any
of the number buttons [1] to [10/0].
• If you wish to adjust the training time, see the description of
the Fast Blast Timer parameter from Menu Mode (page 52).
• The half-lit number buttons indicate how much time is
left before the end of the training session. Specifically,
the half-lit number button lights will successively go
out from right to left, and the training session will end
when they are all turned off.
Lights go out.
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Advanced Techniques
Setting Parameters using Menu Mode
Advanced Techniques
Menu Mode is used to set drum-module parameters and functions, which are arranged into the following seven groups.
z Metronome Settings
1-1. Pattern ............................................................ Page 41
1-2. Beats .............................................................. Page 41
1-3. Sound............................................................. Page 41
1-4. Number Button Lighting Pattern ..................... Page 42
x Kit Settings
2-1. Pad Sound...................................................... Page 42
2-2. Pad Volume.................................................... Page 42
2-3. Pad Panning .................................................. Page 43
2-4. Double Bass Drum......................................... Page 43
2-5. Reverb ........................................................... Page 43
Basic Menu Mode Procedure
The basic procedure used to activate Menu Mode and select
the parameter to be set is as follows. For details of the individual parameters, please see the corresponding sections
below.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button
to activate Menu Mode.
Number buttons [1] to [7]
will start to flash.
Hold
c MIDI Settings
3-1. Local Control .................................................. Page 44
3-2. Note Number ................................................. Page 44
2.
v Hi-hat Settings
4-1. Clutch Position................................................ Page 45
4-2. Splash Sensitivity........................................... Page 45
4-3. Foot Close Position ........................................ Page 45
4-4. Foot Close Velocity ........................................ Page 45
4-5. Kick Velocity................................................... Page 46
Number
button
[1]
b Trigger Settings
5-1. Pad Velocity Curve ......................................... Page 46
5-2. Crosstalk ........................................................ Page 47
5-3. Snare Pad Type ............................................. Page 48
5-4. Pedal Types ................................................... Page 48
5-5. Gain ............................................................... Page 49
5-6. Minimum Level............................................... Page 49
n Training Settings
6-1. Timer .............................................................. Page 49
6-2. Difficulty Level ................................................ Page 50
6-3. Ignore Timing ................................................. Page 50
6-4. Groove Tracker Return Time .......................... Page 50
6-5. Groove Tracker Control Pad(s)....................... Page 51
6-6. Groove Tracker Advance Step ....................... Page 51
6-7. Pad Gate Group.............................................. Page 52
6-8. Fast Blast Timer............................................. Page 52
m Other Settings
7-1. Kit Lock ........................................................... Page 53
7-2. Voice Guidance Volume ................................. Page 53
7-3. Auto Power-Off Time....................................... Page 53
7-4. Stereo/Mono................................................... Page 53
7-5. Initialize Kit ..................................................... Page 54
7-6. Initialize Song ................................................. Page 54
7-7. Revert to Last Power On ................................. Page 55
7-8. Factory Set ..................................................... Page 55
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Press the number button corresponding to the group
containing the parameter you wish to set. (Parameter
groups are shown in the hierarchical list on the left.)
[2]
[3]
Group
Metronome
Settings
Kit Settings
MIDI Settings
Number
button
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Group
Hi-hat Settings
Trigger Settings
Training Settings
Other Settings
3.
Press the number button corresponding to the parameter
you wish to set. (Parameters are shown in the hierarchical list on the left.)
4.
Enter the new setting.
You can use the number buttons to directly set parameters with numerical values, such as a velocity. To enter
the value 105, for example, press the number buttons in
the order [1][10/0][5].
• Number button [10/0] is used to enter the value zero.
You cannot use it to enter the number ten.
• When you have entered a value, the number buttons
will flash continuously to indicate the new setting.
NOTE
You can also use the [TEMPO+] and [TEMPO–] buttons to
increase and decrease setting values. Specifically, the
[TEMPO+] button increases the current setting by one each
time it is pressed; the [TEMPO–] button decreases it by one.
Setting Parameters using Menu Mode
1-2. Beats
z Metronome Settings
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [1]  [2]  Setting
1-1. Pattern
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [1]  [1]  Setting
Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the metronome
to between 1 and 9 beats in length.
Using the following procedure, you can set one of eight patterns for the drum module’s metronome.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [1] to select the Metronome Settings parameter group.
2.
Press number button [1] to select the Metronome Settings parameter group.
3.
4.
Press number button [2] to select the Beats parameter.
3.
4.
Press number button [1] to select the Pattern parameter.
Select a new metronome pattern using the corresponding number button ([1] to [8]). The available settings are
as follows.
Number
button
Select a new metronome length in beats using the corresponding number button ([1] to [9]). The available settings are as follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
Setting
[1]
[2]
Setting
1 beat
2 beats
3 beats
4 beats
5 beats
6 beats
7 beats
8 beats
9 beats
[3]
1-3. Sound
[4]
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [1]  [3]  Setting
[5]
Setting
[6]
[7]
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
[8]
NOTE
With settings [2], [4], [6], and [8], the first beat is accented.
Using the following procedure, you can set the sound
played by the metronome to, for example, a standard click
sound, a cowbell, a drumsticks sound, or a spoken count.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [1] to select the Metronome Settings parameter group.
3.
4.
Press number button [3] to select the Sound parameter.
Select a new metronome sound using the corresponding
number button ([1] to [6]). The available settings are as
follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
Setting
Metronome click 1
Metronome click 2
Cowbell
Drumsticks
Spoken count 1
Spoken count 2
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1-4. Number Button Lighting Pattern
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [1]  [4]  Setting
Setting
You can have number buttons [1] to [10/0] light up when
playing the metronome in Kit Mode or Song Mode. Use the
following procedure to set the buttons’ lighting pattern.
x Kit Settings
2-1. Pad Sound
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [2]  [1]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can change the sounds
assigned to the current kit’s pads. This makes it very easy to
create your own unique kits.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [1] to select the Metronome Settings parameter group.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
3.
Press number button [4] to select the Number Button
Lighting Pattern parameter.
2.
Press number button [2] to select the Kit Settings
parameter group.
4.
Select a new lighting pattern using the corresponding
number button ([1] to [3]). The available settings are as
follows.
3.
Press number button [1] to select the Pad Sound parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
Setting
Off (no lighting)
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Enter a new drum-sound number using number buttons
[1] to [10/0]. For a list of sounds and numbers, see the
Voice List (page 61).
Setting
1 to 169
2-2. Pad Volume
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [2]  [2]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can adjust the volume
of the current kit’s pads.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [2] to select the Kit Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [2] to select the Pad Volume
parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Enter a new volume using number buttons [1] to [10/0].
Setting
0 to 127
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2-3. Pad Panning
2-5. Reverb
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [2]  [3]  Setting
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [2]  [5]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can adjust the panning
of the current kit’s pads.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [2] to select the Kit Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [3] to select the Pad Panning
parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Enter a new panning position using number buttons [1]
to [10/0]. A value of 64 corresponds to the center position. Smaller values than this move the pad increasingly
towards the left; larger values move it towards the right.
Setting
0 to 127
2-4. Double Bass Drum
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [2]  [4]  Setting
Setting
Reverb effects add a warm ambience to sounds, simulating
the complex reflections of actual performance spaces, such
as a concert hall or a small club. Use the following procedure to select a reverb effect for the current kit.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [2] to select the Kit Settings
parameter group.
3.
4.
Press number button [5] to select the Reverb parameter.
Select a reverb effect using the corresponding number
button ([1] to [10/0]). The available settings are as follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10/0]
Setting
Off
Hall 1
Hall 2
Hall 3
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Stage 1
Stage 2
Plate
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can easily configure the
drum module to produce a kick drum sound when you operate the pedal connected to the [HI-HAT CONTROL] trigger input jack. This convenient function provides support
for double bass drumming techniques.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [2] to select the Kit Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [4] to select the Double Bass Drum
parameter.
4.
Set the parameter using number button [1] or [2]. The
available settings are as follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
Setting
Off
On
NOTE
While the Double Bass Drum function is enabled, you will be
unable to use the hi-hat controller plugged into the [HI-HAT CONTROL] trigger input jack to simulate opening and closing of the hihat.
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3-2. Note Number
c MIDI Settings
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [3]  [2]  Setting
3-1. Local Control
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [3]  [1]  Setting
Setting
The Local Control parameter determines whether or not the
drum module’s internal tone generator will produce sounds
in response to playing of the pads or of songs. Normally,
this parameter is set to “On”, meaning that pads and songs
will generate sounds. When “Off” is selected, the tone generator is essentially disconnected from the pads and songs,
which will be unable to generate any sound. An “Off” setting can prove highly useful when you wish to record your
drum performances as MIDI data on a sequencer or using
DAW software.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [3] to select the MIDI Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [1] to select the Local Control
parameter.
4.
Set the parameter using number button [1] or [2]. The
available settings are as follows.
Number
button
Setting
[1]
Off
[2]
On
Description
The internal tone generator does
not respond to pads and songs.
The internal tone generator
responds to pads and songs.
NOTE
• The drum module’s internal tone generator will continue to
respond to received MIDI data when Local Control is turned off.
• The drum module will continue to output drum performances as
MIDI data when Local Control is turned off.
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Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the MIDI note
number that is output when each of the pads is played.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [3] to select the MIDI Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [2] to select the Note Number
parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Enter a new note number using number buttons [1] to
[10/0].
Setting
0 to 127
NOTE
Note number settings are relevant only when you have connected
your drum module to a computer. For more details, refer to the
MIDI Reference Manual (PDF).
Setting Parameters using Menu Mode
4-3. Foot Close Position
v Hi-hat Settings
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [4]  [3]  Setting
4-1. Clutch Position
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [4]  [1]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can simulate the effect
of changing the hi-hat’s clutch position. The smaller the setting, the quicker an open hi-hat sound will decay.
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can adjust the position
at which the hi-hat switches from open to closed when you
operate the hi-hat controller. The lower the value, the
smaller the virtual opening between the top and bottom hihats. Larger values increase the size of the gap between the
top and bottom cymbals, and this can prevent foot close or
foot splash sounds from being produced when you operate
the pedal.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [4] to select the Hi-hat Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [1] to select the Clutch Position
parameter.
1.
4.
Enter a new clutch position using number buttons [1] to
[10/0].
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [4] to select the Hi-hat Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [3] to select the Foot Close Position parameter.
4.
Enter a new foot close position using number buttons
[1] to [10/0].
Setting
0 to 64
4-2. Splash Sensitivity
This parameter only has an effect when you are
using an HH65 Hi-hat Controller.
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [4]  [2]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the degree of
sensitivity for detecting hi-hat foot splashes. The higher the
value, the easier it will be to produce a foot-splash sound
with the hi-hat controller. High values may, however, result
in splash sounds being unintentionally produced when, for
example, you operate the hi-hat controller lightly as you
keep time. It is a good idea, therefore, to set this parameter
to “Off” if you do not want to play foot splashes.
Setting
0 to 32
4-4. Foot Close Velocity
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [4]  [4]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can adjust the velocity
(or power) of foot-close sounds produced using the hi-hat
controller.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [4] to select the Hi-hat Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [2] to select the Splash Sensitivity
parameter.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
4.
Enter a new splash sensitivity using number buttons [1]
to [10/0].
2.
Press number button [4] to select the Hi-hat Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [4] to select the Foot Close Velocity parameter.
4.
Enter a new velocity using number buttons [1] to [10/0].
Setting
0 to 127
NOTE
Set this parameter to [0] in order to turn off foot splashes.
This parameter only has an effect when you are
using the hi-hat controller that comes with the
DTX400K.
Setting
1 to 127
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4-5. Kick Velocity
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [4]  [5]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can adjust the velocity
(or power) of kick sounds produced using the hi-hat controller. In order for the Kick Velocity parameter to have an
effect, Double Bass Drum must be set to “On” for the current kit (page 43).
This parameter only has an effect when you are
using the hi-hat controller that comes with the
DTX400K.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [4] to select the Hi-hat Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [5] to select the Kick Velocity
parameter.
4.
Enter a new velocity using number buttons [1] to [10/0].
b Trigger Settings
5-1. Pad Velocity Curve
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [5]  [1]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can select a velocity
curve for individual pads. A velocity curve determines how
the velocity (or power) of a sound is affected by how hard
you strike the pad.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [5] to select the Trigger Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [1] to select the Pad Velocity
Curve parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Enter a new velocity curve setting using number buttons
[1] to [10/0]. The available settings are as follows.
Setting
1 to 25
Velocity
Setting
1 to 127
1
2
3
4
5
Velocity
Trigger input level
6
7
8
9
10
Trigger input level
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5-2. Crosstalk
Velocity
11
12
13
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [5]  [2]  Setting
14
15
Setting
Velocity
Trigger input level
16
17
18
19
20
Trigger input level
The term “crosstalk” refers to the output of spurious trigger
signals from a pad other than the one that was stuck as a
result of vibration or interference between pads. Using the
following procedure, you can adjust the Crosstalk parameter
for individual pads to prevent this phenomenon from occurring.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [5] to select the Trigger Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [2] to select the Crosstalk parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Enter a new setting (%) using number buttons [1] to
[10/0]. Larger values are more effective in preventing
crosstalk; however, they can also make it difficult to
play pads simultaneously during light drumming.
Velocity
Setting
0 to 99
21
22
23
24
25
Trigger input level
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5-3. Snare Pad Type
5-4. Pedal Types
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [5]  [3]  Setting
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [5]  [4]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can specify the type of
snare pad connected to your drum module.
Setting
Use the following parameter to specify the types of pedals
(i.e., hi-hat controller and kick) connected to your drum
module.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
1.
2.
Press number button [5] to select the Trigger Settings
parameter group.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
3.
Press number button [3] to select the Snare Pad Type
parameter.
Press number button [5] to select the Trigger Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [4] to select the Pedal Types
parameter.
4.
Select a new pedal type combination using the corresponding number button ([1] to [5]). The available settings are as follows.
4.
Select a new snare pad type using the corresponding
number button ([1] to [6]). The available settings are as
follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
Setting
Automatic identification
TP70S
Snare pad that comes with DTX400K
XP-series pad
TP70S reversed
XP-series pad reversed
NOTE
• This parameter can normally be set to [1] (automatic identification).
• When set to [1], the drum module will automatically identify the
type of snare pad that came with your electronic drum kit when it
is turned on. If you then press and hold number button [1], the
drum module will flash number button [2] or [3] to indicate the
result of automatic identification.
• Whenever you change the type of snare connected to the drum
module, please update this setting using the corresponding
number button ([2] to [6]).
• You can use setting [5] or [6] to switch (or reverse) the drum
sounds assigned to Rim 1 and Rim 2. This makes it easier for
left-handed drummers to configure their electronic drum kit.
Number
button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
Setting
Hi-hat controller
Kick pedal
Automatic identification
HH65
KP65
Hi-hat controller pedal
that comes with
KU100
DTX400K
Hi-hat controller pedal
that comes with
KP65
DTX400K
HH65
KU100
NOTE
• This parameter can normally be set to [1] (automatic identification).
• When set to [1], the drum module will automatically identify the
type of pedal that came with your electronic drum kit when it is
turned on.
If you then press and hold number button [1], the drum module
will flash number button [2] or [3] to indicate the result of automatic identification.
• Whenever you change the type of hi-hat controller or kick pedal
connected to the drum module, please update this setting using
the corresponding number button ([2] to [5]).
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5-5. Gain
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [5]  [5]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the gain level for
trigger signals output from individual pads. The higher the
gain setting, the louder the sounds produced by light drumming.
n Training Settings
6-1. Timer
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [1]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the practice
timer used in the drum module’s Training Mode. The timer
begins counting at the start of a training session, and when
the set time is reached, it automatically ends the session.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [5] to select the Trigger Settings
parameter group.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
3.
4.
5.
Press number button [5] to select the Gain parameter.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
3.
4.
Press number button [1] to select the Timer parameter.
Strike a pad to select it.
Enter a new gain level using number buttons [1] to [10/
0].
Setting
1 to 127
5-6. Minimum Level
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [5]  [6]  Setting
Setting
When the strength with which you strike a pad is no more
than this level, the pad will not output a trigger signal in
response and no sound will be produced.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [5] to select the Trigger Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [6] to select the Minimum Level
parameter.
4.
5.
Strike a pad to select it.
Select your preferred practice time using the corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]). The available
settings are as follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10/0]
Setting
Off
30 seconds
60 seconds
90 seconds
120 seconds
150 seconds
180 seconds
300 seconds
480 seconds
600 seconds
NOTE
The practice time set using this parameter applies to the following
types of training only.
• Groove Check
• Rhythm Gate
• Measure Break
• Tempo Up/Down
• Change Up
• Pad Gate
Other types of training are not affected.
Enter a new setting (%) using number buttons [1] to
[10/0].
Setting
0 to 99 (%)
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6-2. Difficulty Level
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [2]  Setting
Set the parameter using number button [1] or [2]. The
available settings are as follows.
Number
button
Setting
[1]
Off
[2]
On
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the level of
training difficulty for Tempo Up/Down (page 33), Change
Up (page 34), and Pad Gate (page 37).
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [2] to select the Difficulty Level
parameter.
4.
Select a new difficulty level using the corresponding
number button ([1] to [5]). The higher the level, the
more difficult the training.
Setting
1 to 5
NOTE
The level of difficulty set using this parameter applies only to the
Tempo Up/Down, Change Up, and Pad Gate training types. Other
types of training are not affected.
6-3. Ignore Timing
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [3]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the Ignore Timing parameter for Tempo Up/Down (page 33), Change Up
(page 34), and Pad Gate (page 37) training. When set to
“On”, the pads will produce a sound whenever they are
struck; when “Off”, only pads played exactly in time will
produce a sound.
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1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [3] to select the Ignore Timing
parameter.
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Pads played out of time will not
produce a sound.
Pads will produce a sound whenever they are played.
NOTE
This parameter applies only to the Tempo Up/Down, Change Up,
and Pad Gate training types. Other types of training are not
affected.
6-4. Groove Tracker Return Time
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [4]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the period of
time after which the practice drum pattern in Groove
Tracker training (page 36) will return to the start when you
stop drumming.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [4] to select the Groove Tracker
Return Time parameter.
4.
Enter a new return time setting using number buttons
[1] to [10/0]. The bigger the setting, the longer the
return time.
Setting
1 to 10
NOTE
• When set to [1], the practice drum pattern will not return to the
start.
• The time set using this parameter only applies to Groove Tracker
training. Other types of training are not affected.
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6-5. Groove Tracker Control Pad(s)
6-6. Groove Tracker Advance Step
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [5]  Setting
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [6]  Setting
Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can select which pad(s)
you would like to use to advance the practice drum pattern
in Groove Tracker training (page 36).
Using the following procedure, you can set how much the
practice drum pattern in Groove Tracker training (page 36)
should advance for each strike of the set pad(s).
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [5] to select the Groove Tracker
Control Pad(s) parameter.
3.
Press number button [6] to select the Groove Tracker
Advance Step parameter.
4.
Select a new setting using the corresponding number
button ([1] to [5]). The available settings are as follows.
4.
Select a new advancement step using the corresponding
number button ([1] to [4]). The available settings are as
follows.
Number
button
[1]
[2]
[3]
Setting
Auto
Cymbal
+
hi-hat 1
Cymbal
+
hi-hat 2
[4]
Kick
[5]
Snare
+
hi-hat
[6]
All
Description
The drum module will automatically select the best setting for
the practice drum pattern.
The cymbal and hi-hat pads will
advance the pattern and will
also produce their own sounds.
The cymbal and hi-hat pads will
advance the pattern.
The kick pad or pedal will
advance the pattern.
Number
button
Setting
Description
[1]
Auto
The drum module will automatically identify the best advancement step for the practice drum
pattern.
[2]
The practice drum pattern will
advance in quarter-note steps.
[3]
The practice drum pattern will
advance in eighth-note steps.
[4]
The snare and hi-hat pads will
advance the pattern.
All pads and pedals will advance
the pattern.
NOTE
• With a setting of [3] to [6], the corresponding pad(s) will not produce a drum sound of their own.
• When this parameter is set to [6], the [DRUM MUTE] button cannot be used to mute the practice drum pattern.
3
[5]
The practice drum pattern will
advance in sixteenth-note
steps.
The practice drum pattern will
advance in eighth-note triplet
steps.
NOTE
• The advancement step set using this parameter only applies to
Groove Tracker training. Other types of training are not affected.
• If, when set to [1], you press and hold number button [1], the
drum module will flash a number button between [2] and [5] to
indicate the result of automatic identification.
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6-7. Pad Gate Group
6-8. Fast Blast Timer
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [7]  Setting
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [6]  [8]  Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set which groups of
pads the drum module should consider when deciding
whether or not you are playing the correct pattern in Pad
Gate training (page 37).
Using the following procedure, you can set the timer for
Fast Blast training sessions (page 39). When the timer
counts down to zero after the start of a training session, it
will automatically end the training.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
2.
Press number button [6] to select the Training Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [7] to select the Pad Gate Group
parameter.
3.
Press number button [8] to select the Fast Blast Timer
parameter.
4.
Select a new setting using the corresponding number
button ([1] to [4]). The available settings are as follows.
4.
Select your preferred practice time using the corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]). The available
settings are as follows.
Number
button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Setting
Description
Any pad will produce a sound
and be scored, as long as the
All pads
timing of your drumming is
correct.
The kit will be separated into
five groups—Kick, Snare,
Toms, Cymbals, and Hi-hat. In
order for your drumming to
Group type 1 produce sounds and be
scored, you must strike pads
from the same group as those
from the practice drum pattern
and do so in time.
More difficult than Group type
1, this setting splits each of the
toms and each of the cymbals
Group type 2 into individual groups. In addition, the hi-hat pad and the hihat controller are also treated
separately.
With this setting, you must play
All notes
the exact same practice drum
pattern as the drum module.
NOTE
• The evaluation method set using this parameter applies only to
Pad Gate training. Other types of training are not affected.
• The higher the setting, the more difficult the training.
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[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10/0]
Setting
10 seconds
30 seconds
60 seconds
90 seconds
120 seconds
150 seconds
180 seconds
300 seconds
480 seconds
600 seconds
NOTE
The timer set using this parameter applies only to Fast Blast training. Other types of training are not affected.
Setting Parameters using Menu Mode
7-3. Auto Power-Off Time
m Other Settings
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [3]  Setting
7-1. Kit Lock
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [1]  Setting
Setting
Normally, when you select a song, the drum module automatically chooses the most appropriate kit. You can, however, use the Kit Lock function to prevent this if you wish to
keep the current kit when practicing with different songs.
1.
2.
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the time until
the Auto Power-Off function (page 20) activates or you can
disable this function.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
Press number button [3] to select the Auto Power-Off
Time parameter.
4.
Set a time or disable this function using the corresponding number button ([1] to [7]). The available settings are
as follows.
3.
Press number button [1] to select the Kit Lock parameter.
4.
Set the parameter using number button [1] or [2]. The
available settings are as follows.
Number button
[1]
[2]
Number button
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Setting
Off
On
NOTE
Regardless of this parameter’s setting, you can always select a
new kit using the drum module’s control panel.
Setting
Auto Power-Off disabled
5 minutes
10 minutes
15 minutes
30 minutes
60 minutes
120 minutes
7-4. Stereo/Mono
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [4]  Setting
7-2. Voice Guidance Volume
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [2]  Setting
Setting
Setting
Using the following procedure, you can set the [PHONES/
OUTPUT] jack to output either mono or stereo sound. We
recommend that you select the Mono setting if connecting a
standard mono-audio cable to this jack in order to use your
drum module with external speakers, a mixer, or other similar equipment.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [2] to select the Voice Guidance
Volume parameter.
1.
4.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
Enter a new voice guidance volume using number buttons [1] to [10/0]. Larger setting values represent higher
volumes and vice-versa.
2.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
3.
Press number button [4] to select the Stereo/Mono
parameter.
4.
Set the parameter using number button [1] or [2]. The
available settings are as follows.
Setting
1 to 10
NOTE
Setting this parameter to [1] turns off the Voice Guidance function.
Number button
[1]
[2]
Setting
Stereo
Mono
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7-5. Initialize Kit
7-6. Initialize Song
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [5]  [1]  [1]
Using the following procedure, you can restore a kit’s
default settings.
NOTICE
When you initialize a kit, all of the changes you have made to it
will be lost. Before proceeding, therefore, you should ensure that
the kit contains no irreplaceable settings.
1.
2.
Press the [KIT] button.
3.
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [6]  [1]  [1]
Using the following procedure, you can restore a song’s
default settings.
NOTICE
When you initialize a song, all of the changes you have made to it
will be lost. Before proceeding, therefore, you should ensure that
the song contains no irreplaceable data.
1.
2.
Press the [SONG] button.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
3.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
4.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
4.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
5.
Press number button [5] to select the Initialize Kit function.
5.
Press number button [6] to select the Initialize Song
function.
Select the kit to initialize using the corresponding number button ([1] to [10/0]).
• Number button [1] will light up.
6.
• Number button [1] will light up.
6.
Press number button [1].
• Number button [1] will start to flash.
• If you do not wish to proceed with initialization, press
• The kit will be initialized.
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7.
Press number button [1].
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Press number button [1].
• Number button [1] will start to flash.
• If you do not wish to proceed with initialization, press
the [KIT] button now to exit Menu Mode.
7.
Select the song to initialize using the corresponding
number button ([1] to [10/0]).
Press number button [1].
• The song will be initialized.
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7-7. Revert to Last Power On
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [7]  [1]  [1]
Using the following procedure, you can return all of the
parameters from Kit Mode, Song Mode, and Menu Mode to
the settings they had when you last turned on the drum module.
NOTICE
When you reset parameters as described below, any changes
you have made to them since last turning on the drum module will
be lost. Before proceeding, therefore, you should ensure that they
contain no irreplaceable settings.
7-8. Factory Set
Steps:
MENU ([KIT] + [SONG])  [7]  [8]  [1]  [1]
Using the following procedure, you can return all of the
parameters from Kit Mode, Song Mode, and Menu Mode to
their default settings.
NOTICE
When you reset parameters as described below, any changes
you have made to them will be lost. Before proceeding, therefore,
you should ensure that they contain no irreplaceable settings.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
1.
While holding the [KIT] button, press the [SONG] button to activate Menu Mode.
2.
2.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
Press number button [7] to select the Other Settings
parameter group.
3.
3.
Press number button [8] to select the Factory Set function.
Press number button [7] to select the Revert to Last
Power On function.
• Number button [1] will light up.
4.
4.
the [KIT] button now to exit Menu Mode.
Press number button [1].
• The parameters will be initialized.
Press number button [1].
• Number button [1] will start to flash.
• If you do not wish to proceed with initialization, press
Press number button [1].
• Number button [1] will start to flash.
• If you do not wish to proceed with initialization, press
5.
• Number button [1] will light up.
the [KIT] button now to exit Menu Mode.
5.
Press number button [1].
• The parameters will be initialized.
NOTE
You can also restore the Factory Set by turning on the drum module with the [VOLUME+] button and the [VOLUME–] button held
down. See page 20 for more details.
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Advanced Techniques
Integrating Separately Sold Accessories
As described below, you can add various accessories* to your electronic drum kit for an even more
enjoyable drumming experience. (*: Sold separately)
For DTX400K Owners
By upgrading the KU100 Kick Unit and/or the hi-hat controller included as part of the DTX400K, you can make your
electronic drum kit feel much closer to the real thing.
 Replacing the KU100 Kick Unit with a KP65
Kick Pad
1.
Assemble the KP65 Kick Pad. For details, see Step 13
on page 17.
2.
Turn off the drum module.
The KP65 Kick Pad must be connected with the drum
module turned off.
3.
Disconnect the cable from the KU100 and plug it into
the [OUT > DTX] jack on the back on the KP65.
 Replacing the bundled hi-hat controller
with an HH65 Hi-hat Controller
1.
Turn off the drum module.
The HH65 Hi-hat Controller must be connected with
the drum module turned off.
2.
Disconnect the cable from the bundled hi-hat controller
and plug it into the [OUTPUT] jack on the HH65.
3.
4.
Turn on the drum module.
5.
Play the HH65 Hi-hat Controller.
Set the hi-hat controller type to “HH65”. For more
details, see the description of the Pedal Types parameter
from Menu Mode (page 48).
For DTX430K & DTX450K Owners
 Adding a PCY90AT Cymbal Pad
4.
5.
Turn on the drum module.
6.
Play the KP65 Kick Pad.
Turn off the drum module.
The PCY90AT Cymbal Pad must be connected with the
drum module turned off.
2.
Using the cable that came with the cymbal pad, connect
it to the [PAD > IN] jack on the KP65 Kick Pad.
3.
4.
Turn on the drum module.
Set the kick type to “KP65”. For more details, see the
description of the Pedal Types parameter from Menu
Mode (page 48).
When you upgrade your KU100 to a KP65, you will need a
foot pedal to play the new kick pad.
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Play the newly added cymbal pad.
Advanced Techniques
Connecting to a Computer
Making Connections
While the drum module is highly powerful and versatile all
by itself, you can connect it to a computer via USB for even
greater convenience and flexibility. When connected in this
way, MIDI data can be freely exchanged with the computer,
allowing the drum module to be used as an input device for
music production applications. In this section, you’ll learn
how to make the necessary connections.
NOTE
• As the drum module has no built-in speakers, you will need to
connect headphones or an amplifier and speakers in order to
hear it. For details, see page 19.
• A USB cable is not included. In order to connect your drum module to a computer, choose a USB A-B cable of less than 3
meters in length.
Supported operating systems:
• Windows XP, Service Pack 3 (32-bit); Windows
Vista (32-bit), and Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit)
• Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.7
NOTICE
You may damage a computer not running one of the above operating systems by connecting the drum module to it. In addition,
there is no need to install the Yamaha USB-MIDI driver when
using one of the above operating systems.
1.
2.
Turn off the drum module.
3.
Connect the USB cable first to the drum module’s [USB
TO HOST] terminal and then to the computer.
Start up your computer.
Shut down all applications before proceeding to the
next step.
NOTE
• Information on system requirements is also provided on the
above web page.
• The USB-MIDI driver may be revised and updated without prior
notice. Before installing, please visit the above web page to confirm that you have the most up-to-date version.
 Precautions when using the [USB TO HOST]
terminal
If proper care is not taken when connecting your drum module to a computer via the [USB TO HOST] terminal, either
or both of the devices may freeze or data may become corrupted or be permanently lost. Be sure, therefore, to observe
the following precautions at this time.
If the drum module or computer should freeze, restart the
application being used, reboot the computer, or turn the
drum module off once and then back on.
NOTICE
• Use a USB A-B cable of less than 3 meters in length.
• Before connecting to a computer via the [USB TO HOST] terminal, restore it from any power-saving mode (such as Suspend,
Sleep, or Standby).
• Connect your computer via the [USB TO HOST] terminal before
turning on the drum module.
• Be sure to always perform the following steps before turning the
drum module on or off and either plugging in or unplugging the
USB cable.
* Shut down all applications.
* Ensure that no data is being sent from the drum module.
(Data is transmitted by striking the pads and by playing
songs and drum patterns.)
* When connected to a computer, allow at least 6 seconds to
pass between turning the drum module on and off and plugging in or unplugging the USB cable.
USB TO HOST terminal
(on left side)
USB
terminal
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Computer
Drum module
USB cable
4.
Turn on the drum module.
You will now be able to exchange MIDI data between
the drum module and computer.
The drum module’s MIDI Reference Manual contains the
following.
• MIDI-related reference information
• Reference material that will prove useful when making
music using the drum module and a computer
• Instructions on how to transfer songs from your computer to the drum module.
The MIDI Reference Manual is available for download as a
PDF file from the following web page below.
http://download.yamaha.com/
 Yamaha USB-MIDI driver
*: Yamaha Corporation reserves the right to modify this URL at
any time without prior notice.
In most situations, there is no need to install the Yamaha
USB-MIDI driver and the above setup procedure will suffice. If, however, your computer is having difficulty communicating with the drum module, please download the
standard Yamaha USB-MIDI driver from the following web
page and install it on your computer.
http://download.yamaha.com/
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Reference
Troubleshooting
Reference
In addition to the following, you can also find troubleshooting tips in the MIDI Reference Manual
(PDF). See page 57 for details on downloading this manual.
No sound is produced when a pad is struck, or the volume is lower than expected.
 Check connections as follows.
• Ensure that the pads are properly connected to the drum module’s trigger input jacks.
• Ensure that the drum module is properly connected to headphones or other audio equipment, such as an amplifier
and/or speakers.
• Ensure that the amplifier and/or speakers connected to the drum module are turned on and are not set to the lowest possible volume.
• Ensure that the cables for the hi-hat controller and the kick unit are not connected to each other’s jacks. (DTX400K
only; see page 17.)
• If you are using a KP65 Kick Pad, try adjusting its Level dial.
 Check the drum module’s settings as follows.
• Ensure that the drum module’s volume is not turned fully down. (See page 19)
• Try adjusting the Pad Volume parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 42)
• Try adjusting the Gain parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 49)
• Try adjusting the Pad Velocity Curve parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 46)
• Try adjusting the Crosstalk parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 47)
• Ensure that the Snare Pad Type parameter from Menu Mode is set correctly. (See page 48)
• Ensure that the Pedal Types parameter from Menu Mode is set correctly. (See page 48)
• Ensure that the Local Control parameter from Menu Mode is set correctly. (See page 44)
 If you cannot play foot closed hi-hat sounds, try the following.
• Ensure that you are operating the hi-hat controller in a firm and full manner.
• Ensure that the Double Bass Drum parameter from Menu Mode is set to “Off”. (See page 43)
• If you are using an HH65 Hi-hat Controller, set the Foot Close Position parameter from Menu Mode to a small
value. (See page 45)
Sounds or volumes are not as expected.
 If hi-hat splash sounds are not produced as expected, try the following.
• Adjust the Splash Sensitivity parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 45)
 If it is difficult to produce closed hi-hat sounds with an HH65 Hi-hat Controller, try the following.
• Adjust the Foot Close Position parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 45)
 If it is difficult to produce louder and quieter foot-closed hi-hat sounds, try the following.
• Ensure that the Pedal Types parameter from Menu Mode is set correctly. (See page 48)
• If using the hi-hat controller that comes with the DTX400K, adjust the Foot Close Velocity parameter from Menu
Mode to an appropriate fixed level: This pedal does not support playing of louder and quieter foot-closed hi-hat
sounds. (See page 45)
 If pads are producing only sounds at very high volumes (i.e., high velocities), try the following.
• Adjust the sensitivity of the drum kit. (See page 23)
• Adjust the Gain parameter from Menu Mode. High settings will result in loud drum sounds. (See page 49)
• Adjust the Pad Velocity Curve parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 46)
• Ensure that you are using only the recommended Yamaha pads. (Products from other manufacturers can output
excessively large signals.)
 If the volumes of drum sounds produced by the various pads are poorly balanced, proceed as follows.
• Adjust the Pad Volume parameter from Menu Mode for each pad. (See page 42)
• Ensure that the Stereo/Mono parameter from Menu Mode is set correctly. (See page 53)
 If the drum module’s volume is not well balanced with that of the device connected to the [AUX IN] jack
(such as a portable music player), proceed as follows.
• Ensure that the volume of the connected device is set to a suitable level. (See page 19)
 If the volume of your drumming is not well balanced with that of a drum-module song, proceed as follows.
• Adjust the song volume. (See page 25)
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If you notice double triggering, crosstalk, or skipped sounds (as described below), proceed as follows.
 Double triggering—i.e., multiple sounds are produced in response to a single strike:
• If the pad or drum trigger in question features a controller for adjusting output or sensitivity, turn it down.
• Ensure that the Gain parameter from Menu Mode is not set too high. (See page 49)
 Crosstalk—i.e., a sound is produced by a pad other than the one that was struck:
• Adjust the Crosstalk parameter from Menu Mode to a suitable level for each affected pad. (See page 47)
 Skipped sounds—i.e., a pad does not produce a sound (usually during rolls or fills):
• Adjust the Crosstalk parameter from Menu Mode to a suitable level for each affected pad. (See page 47)
Other common questions
 How do I make the drum module store it settings?
• The drum module automatically stores its settings whenever you turn it off using the [
(See page 20)
] (Standby/On) button.
 How do I reset all of the drum module’s parameters to their default settings?
• You can restore default settings using the Factory Set function. (See page 20)
 How do I reset all of the drum module’s parameters to the settings they had when I last turned it on?
• You can do this using the Revert to Last Power On function. (See page 55)
 How do I stop the drum module turning off while I’m using it?
• Disable the Auto Power-Off function. (See page 20)
 How do I stop the drum module changing the current drum kit when I select a different song?
• By default, your drum module always chooses the best kit for each song. To prevent it from doing so, enable the
Kit Lock function. (See page 53)
 How do I have the drum module choose the best drum kit for each song?
• Disable the Kit Lock function. (See page 53)
 What should I do if I can’t hear the voice guidance?
• Adjust the Voice Guidance Volume parameter from Menu Mode. (See page 53)
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Data List
 Kit List
1. Maple Custom
Kit with a Maple Custom Absolute sound.
PAD
No.
SNARE
22
MapleCustom
TOM1
45
TOM2
46
TOM3
2. Oak Custom
Kit with an Oak Custom sound.
Name
PAD
No.
Name
SNARE
23
OakCustom
Maple 1 H
TOM1
51
Maple 1 M
TOM2
52
47
Maple 1 L
TOM3
RIDE
82
Warm Rd 20-1
CRASH
93
HI-HAT
113
KICK
1
MapleCustom
PAD
89
WarmCrash 16
PAD
No.
SNARE
25
HardRock
Oak H
TOM1
57
HardRock H
Oak M
TOM2
58
HardRock M
53
Oak L
TOM3
59
HardRock L
RIDE
81
Bright Rd 20
RIDE
84
Warm Ride 22
DarkCrash 18
CRASH
88
BrightCr 18
CRASH
102
China 19
Bright 14
HI-HAT
115
Dark 13
HI-HAT
116
KICK
2
OakCustom
KICK
5
HardRock
PAD
89
WarmCrash 16
PAD
94
VividCrash 18
4. Vintage
A seventies sounding kit.
5. Funk
Kit with a high-pitched snare.
PAD
No.
SNARE
27
Vintage
Name
PAD
No.
SNARE
26
Funk
TOM1
60
TOM2
61
Vintage H
TOM1
54
Vintage M
TOM2
55
TOM3
62
Vintage L
TOM3
RIDE
86
Vintage Rd 22
RIDE
Name
Dark 14
6. Session
Dry sounding kit with a deep snare.
Name
PAD
No.
SNARE
24
DeepOak
Name
Birch H
TOM1
48
Maple 2 H
Birch M
TOM2
49
Maple 2 M
56
Birch L
TOM3
50
Maple 2 L
83
Warm Rd 20-2
RIDE
83
Warm Rd 20-2
DarkCrash 17
CRASH
97
VintageCr 16
CRASH
91
DarkCrash 16
CRASH
92
HI-HAT
118
Vintage 14
HI-HAT
117
Vivid 13
HI-HAT
112
KICK
6
Vintage 24
KICK
4
Birch 22
KICK
3
Oak 22
PAD
98
VintageCr 18
PAD
96
ThinCrash 16
PAD
90
WarmCrash 18
7. Jazz
Ideal kit for jazz drumming.
PAD
No.
SNARE
28
Jazz
TOM1
63
TOM2
64
TOM3
8. R&B
Electronic sounding kit.
Name
PAD
No.
39
HipHop 1
Jazz H
TOM1
69
Jazz M
TOM2
70
65
Jazz L
TOM3
11
RIDE
82
Warm Rd 20-1
RIDE
CRASH
85
Mellow Rd 18
HI-HAT
114
Bright 15
KICK
8
Jazz
PAD
87
Sizzle Ride
PAD
No.
SNARE
151
Cajon
Name
TOM1
130
Bongo H
TOM2
139
Cowbell 1 SW
TOM3
129
Conga L
RIDE
149
Shaker 2
CRASH
99
Splash 10
HI-HAT
120
Percussion 2
KICK
7
PAD
103
Vintage 18
Trash
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9. Marching
Ideal kit for marching music.
SNARE
10. Percussion
Kit containing a range of percussion
sounds.
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3. Hard Rock
Rock kit with a double bass drum.
Name
PAD
No.
SNARE
29
FieldSnare
Name
T8-1 H
TOM1
67
Marching M
T8-1 M
TOM2
66
Marching H
T8-3
TOM3
68
Marching L
109
R&B Ride
RIDE
105
Hand Mute
CRASH
100
Splash 12
CRASH
104
Hand Open
HI-HAT
126
R&B
HI-HAT
119
Percussion 1
KICK
18
HipHop 1
KICK
160
GranCasaOpen
PAD
99
Splash 10
PAD
95
HeavyCrash 18
 Song List
No.
Name
1
8beat Basic
Description
Suitable for practicing standard eight-beat songs.
2
Hard Rock
Slightly up-tempo hard rock from the 70s.
3
Electro Pop
Electronic pop with a kick on every beat.
4
Rock Shuffle
Rock tune with a swung rhythm.
5
Heavy Metal
A metal-type song using a double-bass drum.
6
16beat Rock
A rock song perfect for practicing 16-beat rhythms.
7
Funk Rock
Funky sounding rock song with a mid-tempo beat.
8
8beat Funk
Funk tune based on an eight-beat rhythm.
9
Slow Blues
Bluesy song with a laid back tempo.
10
4beat Jazz
Mid-tempo jazz tune with a four-beat rhythm.
Data List
 Voice List
Kick
Tom
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
MapleCustom
OakCustom
Oak 22
Birch 22
HardRock
Vintage 24
Vintage 18
Jazz
T8-1
T8-2
T8-3
T9-1
T9-2
T9 Hard
Electric
ElectricComp
ElectricClick
HipHop 1
HipHop 2
Break
DnB
Snare
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
MapleCustom
OakCustom
DeepOak
HardRock
Funk
Vintage
Jazz
FieldSnare
T8-1
T8-1 Clap
T8-2
T8-2 Clap
T9-1
T9-1 Clap
T9-2
T9-2 Clap
Analog
HipHop 1
HipHop 2
HipHop 3
R&B
Break
DnB
Maple 1 H
Maple 1 M
Maple 1 L
Maple 2 H
Maple 2 M
Maple 2 L
Oak H
Oak M
Oak L
Birch H
Birch M
Birch L
HardRock H
HardRock M
HardRock L
Vintage H
Vintage M
Vintage L
Jazz H
Jazz M
Jazz L
Marching H
Marching M
Marching L
T8-1 H
T8-1 M
T8-1 L
T8-2 H
T8-2 M
T8-2 L
T9-1 H
T9-1 M
T9-1 L
SynthTom H
SynthTom M
SynthTom L
Cymbal
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
Percussion
Bright Rd 20
Warm Rd 20-1
Warm Rd 20-2
Warm Ride 22
Mellow Rd 18
Vintage Rd 22
Sizzle Ride
BrightCr 18
WarmCrash 16
WarmCrash 18
DarkCrash 16
DarkCrash 17
DarkCrash 18
VividCrash 18
HeavyCrash 18
ThinCrash 16
VintageCr 16
VintageCr 18
Splash 10
Splash 12
China 17
China 19
Trash
Hand Open
Hand Mute
Hand SW
T8 Ride
T9 Ride
R&B Ride
T8 Crash
SynthCrash
Hi-Hat
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
Bright 13
Bright 14
Bright 15
Dark 13
Dark 14
Vivid 13
Vintage 14
Percussion 1
Percussion 2
T8-1
T8-2
T9-1
T9-2
Analog
R&B
DnB
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
Conga H
Conga L
Bongo H
Bongo L
Timbales H
Timbales L
PandeiroShake
Pandeiro Tap
PandeiroSlide
Tambourine 1
Tambourine 2
Cowbell 1 SW
Cowbell 2
Cowbell 3
Claves
Maracas
Triangle Open
Triangle Mute
WoodBlock H
WoodBlock L
Shaker 1
Shaker 2
Djembe
Cajon
Tabla Na 1
Tabla Na 2
Bayan Ge
Taiko Don
Taiko Ka
WindChime
Whistle S
Whistle L
GranCasaOpen
Metronome 1
Metronome 2
Clap
T9 Clap
Analog Clap 1
Analog Clap 2
HipHop Clap
AnalogCowbell
AnalogClaves
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 Drum Score
There are many different types of drum score commercially available, but we’ve chosen the following common format for the
examples below.
Hi-Hat Cymbal (H.H.)
Ride Cymbal (RIDE)
Hi-Hat (H.H.)
Open Close
Crash Cymbal
Snare Drum
Snare Drum
(Brush Slap)
High Tom
Low Tom
High
Hi-Hat Cymbal (PEDAL)
Bass Drum
 Scores for Groove Tracker and Pad Gate Training
q 8beat Basic
Control Pads : Cymbal + hi-hat 1
102
w Hard Rock
Control Pads : Cymbal + hi-hat 1
170
e Electro Pop
r Rock Shuffle
Advance Step :
Control Pads : Cymbal + hi-hat 1
146
DTX400K/DTX430K/DTX450K
Advance Step :
Control Pad : Kick
125
62
Advance Step :
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Advance Step :
Mid Tom
Low
Data List
t Heavy Metal
Control Pad : Kick
256
y 16beat Rock
Advance Step :
Control Pads : Snare + hi-hat
148
u Funk Rock
Advance Step :
Control Pad : Kick
107
i 8beat Funk
Advance Step :
Control Pads : Cymbal + hi-hat 1
116
o Slow Blues
Advance Step :
Control Pads : Cymbal + hi-hat 1
56
!0 4beat Jazz
Advance Step :
3
Control Pad : Kick
132
Advance Step :
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Specifications
 Drum module
Tone generator
Click-track
Type
AWM2
Maximum polyphony
32 notes
Voices
Drum and percussion: 169
Keyboard: 128
Drum kits
10 (all of which may be edited and overwritten)
Songs
10
Reverb
9 types
Tempo
30 to 300 BPM (Tap Tempo and Voice Guidance functions)
Beats
1/4 to 9/4
Jacks and terminals
SNARE (mini stereo audio)
TOM1 (mini mono audio)
TOM2 (mini mono audio)
TOM3 (mini mono audio)
RIDE (mini mono audio)
CRASH (mini mono audio)
HI-HAT (mini mono audio)
HI-HAT CTL (mini stereo audio)
KICK/PAD (mini stereo audio)
[USB TO HOST] ports
[AUX IN] jack (mini stereo audio)
PHONES/OUTPUT (standard stereo audio)
DC IN
Power consumption
5W
Power adaptor
PA-130 or equivalent
Dimensions and weight
240 x 188 x 68 mm, 0.5kg
Other
* Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corporation reserves the right to modify
products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment, and options may not be the same in every
locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
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Symbols
[ ] connector................. 22
[ ] (metronome) button.................. 21
[ ] button ..................................21
[ ] (Standby/On) button ................. 21
[AUX IN] jack ...................................22
[DRUM MUTE] button .....................21
[HI-HAT CTL] jack ...........................22
[KICK/PAD] jack ..............................22
[KIT] button...................................... 21
[PHONES/OUTPUT] jack ................ 22
[SONG] button.................................21
[TEMPO] buttons.............................21
[TRAINING] button ..........................21
[USB TO HOST] terminal .......... 22, 57
[VOLUME] buttons ..........................21
A
Assembly.........................................11
Auto Power-Off................................20
Auto Power-Off Time.......................53
B
Base support ...........................8, 9, 10
Beats ...............................................41
C
Cable band .............................. 8, 9, 10
Change Up ...................................... 34
Close ...............................................24
Closed rim shots..............................24
Clutch Position ................................45
Computer.........................................57
Control Panel...................................21
Cord clip ....................................19, 22
Cross sticking ..................................24
Crosstalk .........................................47
Cymbal holder .........................8, 9, 10
Cymbal pad ............................. 8, 9, 10
Cymbal/hi-hat pad ...................8, 9, 10
D
Data List ..........................................60
Difficulty Level ...........................31, 50
Double Bass Drum ..........................43
Drum module...........................8, 9, 10
Drum Score ..................................... 62
E
Easy Session...................................35
External source ...............................22
F
Factory Set ................................ 20, 55
Fast Blast ........................................39
Fast Blast Timer ..............................52
First tom pad ...........................8, 9, 10
First/second tom part...............8, 9, 10
Foot Close Position .........................45
Foot Close Velocity .........................45
Foot closed...................................... 24
FP6110A .....................................9, 10
G
Gain.................................................49
Groove Check .................................30
Groove Tracker ............................... 36
Groove Tracker Advance Step........ 51
Groove Tracker Control Pad(s) ....... 51
Groove Tracker Return Time .......... 50
H
Have fun with drum patterns ........... 29
Head shots ...................................... 24
Headphone ..................................... 19
Hexagonal rod................................. 10
HH65............................... 9, 10, 24, 56
Hi-hat Controller ...................... 8, 9, 10
Hi-hat Cymbal ................................. 24
Hi-hat holder ........................... 8, 9, 10
Hi-hat pad ............................... 8, 9, 10
Hi-hat Settings ................................ 45
Hi-hat splash ................................... 24
I
Ignore Timing .................................. 50
Initialize Kit ...................................... 54
Initialize Song.................................. 54
K
Kick Unit...................................... 8, 56
Kick Velocity.................................... 46
Kit.................................................... 23
Kit List ............................................. 60
Kit Lock ........................................... 53
Kit Settings ...................................... 42
KP65 ..................................... 9, 10, 56
KU100 ......................................... 8, 56
L
Learn new drum patterns ................ 29
Left arm................................... 8, 9, 10
Left side .......................................... 22
Local Control ................................... 44
Looping Part.................................... 26
Pad Sound ...................................... 42
Pad Velocity Curve ......................... 46
Pad Volume .................................... 42
Part Mute ........................................ 38
Pattern ............................................ 41
PCY90AT........................................ 56
Pedal Types.................................... 48
Play as wildly as you can................ 29
Power adaptor .................. 8, 9, 10, 19
Practice song .................................. 25
R
Reverb ............................................ 43
Revert to Last Power On ................ 55
Rhythm Gate................................... 31
Right side........................................ 22
Rim 1 .............................................. 24
Rim 2 .............................................. 24
S
S wing bolt ...................................... 10
Score .............................................. 62
Scoring function .............................. 29
Second tom pad...................... 8, 9, 10
Sensitivity........................................ 23
Separately Sold Accessories .......... 56
Snare pad ......................... 8, 9, 10, 24
Snare Pad Type.............................. 48
Song ............................................... 25
Song List......................................... 60
Song parts ...................................... 25
Sound ............................................. 41
Speaker .......................................... 19
Splash Sensitivity............................ 45
Stereo/Mono ................................... 53
Store ............................................... 20
T
Measure Break................................ 32
Menu Mode ..................................... 40
Metronome ...................................... 27
Metronome Settings ........................ 41
MIDI Reference Manual .............. 6, 57
MIDI Settings .................................. 44
Minimum Level ................................ 49
Music Player ................................... 19
Mute ................................................ 26
Tapping the tempo.......................... 28
Tempo............................................. 27
Tempo Up/Down............................. 33
Third tom part ......................... 8, 9, 10
Timer............................................... 49
TP70S....................................... 10, 24
Training Mode................................. 29
Training Settings............................. 49
Trigger input jacks .......................... 22
Trigger Settings .............................. 46
Tuning key .............................. 8, 9, 10
N
U
M
Nine-channel snake cable....... 8, 9, 10
Note Number................................... 44
Number Button Lighting Pattern...... 42
Number buttons .............................. 21
O
Open ............................................... 24
Open rim shots................................ 24
Other Settings ................................. 53
P
Package Contents................... 8, 9, 10
Pad Gate......................................... 37
Pad Gate Group.............................. 52
Pad Panning ................................... 43
USB-MIDI driver.............................. 57
V
Vertical support....................... 8, 9, 10
Voice Guidance ........................ 27, 29
Voice Guidance Volume ................. 53
Voice List ........................................ 61
Volume............................................ 19
W
Wing bolt........................................... 8
Work on your rhythm ...................... 29
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Room 37, bld. 7, Kievskaya street, Moscow,
121059, Russia
Tel: 495 626 5005
OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: +49-4101-3030
AFRICA
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu,
Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2313
MIDDLE EAST
TURKEY/CYPRUS
Yamaha Music Europe GmbH
Siemensstraße 22-34, 25462 Rellingen, Germany
Tel: 04101-3030
OTHER COUNTRIES
Yamaha Music Gulf FZE
LOB 16-513, P.O.Box 17328, Jubel Ali,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971-4-881-5868
ASIA
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Yamaha Music & Electronics (China) Co.,Ltd.
2F, Yunhedasha, 1818 Xinzha-lu, Jingan-qu,
Shanghai, China
Tel: 021-6247-2211
HONG KONG
Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd.
11/F., Silvercord Tower 1, 30 Canton Road,
Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 2737-7688
INDIA
Yamaha Music India Pvt. Ltd.
Spazedge building, Ground Floor, Tower A, Sector 47,
Gurgaon- Sohna Road, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
Tel: 0124-485-3300
INDONESIA
PT. Yamaha Musik Indonesia (Distributor)
PT. Nusantik
Gedung Yamaha Music Center, Jalan Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav. 4, Jakarta 12930, Indonesia
Tel: 021-520-2577
KOREA
Yamaha Music Korea Ltd.
8F, 9F, Dongsung Bldg. 158-9 Samsung-Dong, Kangnam-Gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel: 02-3467-3300
MALAYSIA
Yamaha Music (Malaysia) Sdn., Bhd.
Lot 8, Jalan Perbandaran, 47301 Kelana Jaya,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 03-78030900
PHILIPPINES
Yupangco Music Corporation
339 Gil J. Puyat Avenue, P.O. Box 885 MCPO,
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: 819-7551
SINGAPORE
Yamaha Music (Asia) PRIVATE LIMITED
Blk 202 Hougang Street 21, #02-00,
Singapore 530202, Singapore
Tel: 6747-4374
TAIWAN
Yamaha KHS Music Co., Ltd.
3F, #6, Sec.2, Nan Jing E. Rd. Taipei.
Taiwan 104, R.O.C.
Tel: 02-2511-8688
THAILAND
Siam Music Yamaha Co., Ltd.
4, 6, 15 and 16th floor, Siam Motors Building,
891/1 Rama 1 Road, Wangmai,
Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: 02-215-2622
OTHER ASIAN COUNTRIES
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu,
Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2313
OCEANIA
AUSTRALIA
Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd.
Level 1, 99 Queensbridge Street, Southbank,
Victoria 3006, Australia
Tel: 3-9693-5111
NEW ZEALAND
Music Works LTD
P.O.BOX 6246 Wellesley, Auckland 4680,
New Zealand
Tel: 9-634-0099
COUNTRIES AND TRUST
TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC OCEAN
Yamaha Corporation,
Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing Group
Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu,
Japan 430-8650
Tel: +81-53-460-2313
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