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Owner’s Manual
Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the Roland Percussion Sound
Module TD-6V.
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “USING THE UNIT
SAFELY” (p. 2–3) and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (p. 4–5). These sections provide
important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally,
in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature
provided by your new unit, Owner’s manual should be read in its entirety. The
manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
*
All product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
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Copyright © 2003 ROLAND CORPORATION
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any
form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.
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For the U.K.
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
For EU Countries
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug.
USING THE UNIT SAFELY
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is
incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Apparatus containing
Lithium batteries
ADVARSEL!
The
symbol alerts the user to important instructions
or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is
determined by the design contained within the
triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for
general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of death or severe
injury should the unit be used
improperly.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of injury or material
damage should the unit be used
improperly.
* Material damage refers
other adverse effects
respect to the home
furnishings, as well
animals or pets.
The
symbol alerts the user to items that must never
be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that
must not be done is indicated by the design contained
within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it
means that the unit must never be disassembled.
to damage or
caused with
and all its
to domestic
The ● symbol alerts the user to things that must be
carried out. The specific thing that must be done is
indicated by the design contained within the circle. In
the case of the symbol at left, it means that the powercord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.
VARNING
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved
fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af
samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til
leverandøren.
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en
ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av
apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt
fabrikantens instruktion.
ADVARSEL
VAROITUS
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av
batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en
tilsvarende type anbefalt av
apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til
fabrikantens instruks joner.
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on
virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan
laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo
valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of European Directive 89/336/EEC.
For the USA
001
005
• Before using this unit, make sure to read the
instructions below, and the Owner’s Manual.
• This unit should be used only with a rack or stand
that is recommended by Roland.
................................................................................................
................................................................................................
002c
006
• Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its
AC adaptor.
• When using the unit with a rack or stand recommended by Roland, the rack or stand must be
carefully placed so it is level and sure to remain
stable. If not using a rack or stand, you still need to
make sure that any location you choose for placing
the unit provides a level surface that will properly
support the unit, and keep it from wobbling.
................................................................................................
003
• Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts
within it (except when this manual provides
specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer
all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland
Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor,
as listed on the attached “Information” leaflet.
................................................................................................
004
• Never use or store the unit in places that are:
• Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct
sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating
duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or
are
• Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or
are
• Humid; or are
• Exposed to rain; or are
• Dusty; or are
• Subject to high levels of vibration.
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2
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
008c
• Be sure to use only the AC adaptor supplied with
the unit. Also, make sure the line voltage at the
installation matches the input voltage specified on
the AC adaptor’s body. Other AC adaptors may
use a different polarity, or be designed for a
different voltage, so their use could result in
damage, malfunction, or electric shock.
................................................................................................
009
• Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord,
nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage
the cord, producing severed elements and short
circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards!
................................................................................................
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.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
For Canada
NOTICE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
AVIS
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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010
101b
• This unit, either alone or in combination with an
amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be
capable of producing sound levels that could cause
permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long
period 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 immediately
stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist.
• The unit and the AC adaptor should be located so
their location or position does not interfere with
their proper ventilation.
................................................................................................
011
• Do not allow any objects (e.g., flammable material,
coins, pins); or liquids of any kind (water, soft
drinks, etc.) to penetrate the unit.
................................................................................................
101c
• This unit for use only with Roland stand (or cart).
Use with other stands (or carts) is capable of
resulting in instability causing possible injury.
................................................................................................
102d
• Always grasp only the output plug or the body of
the AC adaptor when plugging into, or unplugging
from, this unit or an outlet.
................................................................................................
103b
................................................................................................
012c
• Immediately turn the power off, remove the AC
adaptor from the outlet, and request servicing by
your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or
an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the
attached “Information” leaflet when:
• The AC adaptor or the power-supply cord has
been damaged; or
• If smoke or unusual odor occurs
• Objects have fallen into, or liquid has been
spilled onto the unit; or
• The unit has been exposed to rain (or otherwise
has become wet); or
• The unit does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance.
................................................................................................
013
• In households with small children, an adult should
provide supervision until the child is capable of
following all the rules essential for the safe
operation of the unit.
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add3
• To prevent accidents, never allow small children to
play near the drum kit.
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014
• Protect the unit from strong impact.
(Do not drop it!)
• At regular intervals, you should unplug the AC
adaptor and clean it by using a dry cloth to wipe all
dust and other accumulations away from its
prongs. Also, disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet whenever the unit is to remain unused
for an extended period of time. Any accumulation
of dust between the power plug and the power
outlet can result in poor insulation and lead to fire.
................................................................................................
104
• Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming
entangled. Also, all cords and cables should be
placed so they are out of the reach of children.
................................................................................................
106
• Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on
the unit.
................................................................................................
107d
• Never handle the AC adaptor body, or its output
plugs, with wet hands when plugging into, or
unplugging from, an outlet or this unit.
................................................................................................
108b, 108d: Selection
• Before moving the unit, disconnect the AC adaptor and
all cords coming from external devices.
If you need to move the entire drum kit at once, please
get at least one other person to help, and while keeping
it level, lift and move the whole kit slowly. Make sure to
have a firm grip, to protect yourself from injury and the
instrument from damage.
1
• Check to make sure the screws securing the unit to
the stand have not become loose. Fasten them
again securely whenever you notice any loosening.
................................................................................................
015
• Do not force the unit’s power-supply cord to share
an outlet with an unreasonable number of other
devices. Be especially careful when using extension
cords—the total power used by all devices you have
connected to the extension cord’s outlet must never
exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the
extension cord. Excessive loads can cause the
insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually
melt through.
................................................................................................
016
• Before using the unit in a foreign country, consult
with your retailer, the nearest Roland Service
Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as
listed on the attached “Information” leaflet.
................................................................................................
................................................................................................
109b
• Before cleaning the unit, turn off the power and
unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet (p. 22).
................................................................................................
110b
• Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning in
your area, disconnect the AC adaptor from the outlet.
................................................................................................
118
• Should you remove nuts, washers, screws, anchor
bolts, etc., make sure to put them in a safe place out
of children's reach, so there is no chance of them
being swallowed accidentally.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
291a
In addition to the items listed under “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” on page 2–3, please read and observe the
following:
Power Supply
Maintenance
301
401a
• Do not use this unit on the same power circuit with any
device that will generate line noise (such as an electric
motor or variable lighting system).
302
• The AC adaptor will begin to generate heat after long
hours of consecutive use. This is normal, and is not a cause
for concern.
307
• Before connecting this unit to other devices, turn off the
power to all units. This will help prevent malfunctions
and/or damage to speakers or other devices.
Placement
351
• Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment
containing large power transformers) may induce hum. To
alleviate the problem, change the orientation of this unit; or
move it farther away from the source of interference.
352a
• This device may interfere with radio and television
reception. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such
receivers.
• For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth
or one that has been slightly dampened with water. To
remove stubborn dirt, use a cloth impregnated with a mild,
non-abrasive detergent. Afterwards, be sure to wipe the
unit thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
402
• Never use benzine, thinners, alcohol or solvents of any
kind, to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or deformation.
Repairs and Data
452
• Please be aware that all data contained in the unit’s
memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs.
Important data should always be backed up in another
MIDI device (e.g., a sequencer), or written down on paper
(when possible). During repairs, due care is taken to avoid
the loss of data. However, in certain cases (such as when
circuitry related to memory itself is out of order), we regret
that it may not be possible to restore the data, and Roland
assumes no liability concerning such loss of data.
352b
• Noise may be produced if wireless communications
devices, such as cell phones, are operated in the vicinity of
this unit. Such noise could occur when receiving or initiating a call, or while conversing. Should you experience
such problems, you should relocate such wireless devices
so they are at a greater distance from this unit, or switch
them off.
354a
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near
devices that radiate heat, leave it inside an enclosed
vehicle, or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes.
Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit.
355b
• When moved from one location to another where the
temperature and/or humidity is very different, water
droplets (condensation) may form inside the unit. Damage
or malfunction may result if you attempt to use the unit in
this condition. Therefore, before using the unit, you must
allow it to stand for several hours, until the condensation
has completely evaporated.
356
• Do not allow rubber, vinyl, or similar materials to remain
on the unit for long periods of time. Such objects can
discolor or otherwise harmfully affect the finish.
add1
• To avoid possible breakdown, do not use the unit in a wet
area, such as an area exposed to rain or other moisture.
add2
• Do not put anything that contains water (e.g., flower vases)
on the unit. Also, avoid the use of insecticides, perfumes,
alcohol, nail polish, spray cans, etc., near the unit. Swiftly
wipe away any liquid that spills on the unit using a dry,
soft cloth.
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Memory Backup
501b
• This unit contains a battery which powers the unit’s
memory circuits while the main power is off. When this
battery becomes weak, the message shown below will
appear in the display. Once you see this message, have the
battery replaced with a fresh one as soon as possible to
avoid the loss of all data in memory. To have the battery
replaced, consult with your retailer, the nearest Roland
Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as
listed on the attached “Information” leaflet.
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Additional Precautions
551
• Please be aware that the contents of memory can be
irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the
improper operation of the unit. To protect yourself against
the risk of loosing important data, we recommend that you
periodically save a backup copy of important data you
have stored in the unit’s memory in another MIDI device
(e.g., a sequencer).
552
• Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents
of data that was stored in another MIDI device (e.g., a
sequencer) once it has been lost. Roland Corporation
assumes no liability concerning such loss of data.
553
• Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit’s
buttons, sliders, or other controls; and when using its jacks
and connectors. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions.
554
• Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display.
556
• When connecting / disconnecting all cables, grasp the
connector itself—never pull on the cable. This way you will
avoid causing shorts, or damage to the cable’s internal
elements.
558a
• To avoid disturbing your neighbors, try to keep the unit’s
volume at reasonable levels. You may prefer to use
headphones, so you do not need to be concerned about
those around you (especially when it is late at night).
558c
• Since sound vibrations can be transmitted through floors
and walls to a greater degree than expected, take care not
to allow such sound to become a nuisance to neighbors,
especially at night and when using headphones. Although
the drum pads and pedals are designed so there is a
minimal amount of extraneous sound produced when
they’re struck, rubber heads tend to produce louder
sounds compared to mesh heads. You can effectively
reduce much of the unwanted sound from the pads by
switching to mesh heads.
559a
• When you need to transport the unit, package it in the box
(including padding) that it came in, if possible. Otherwise,
you will need to use equivalent packaging materials.
562
• Use a cable from Roland to make the connection. If using
some other make of connection cable, please note the
following precautions.
• Some connection cables contain resistors. Do not use
cables that incorporate resistors for connecting to this
unit. The use of such cables can cause the sound level to
be extremely low, or impossible to hear. For information on cable specifications, contact the manufacturer of the cable.
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Contents
IMPORTANT NOTES..................................................................................4
Contents .....................................................................................................6
Features ...................................................................................................12
How to Use This Manual .........................................................................14
Composition of This Manual .................................................................................................. 14
Terms Used in This Manual .................................................................................................. 14
Setup Guide ................................................... 15
Panel Descriptions ..................................................................................16
Front Panel ............................................................................................................................ 16
Rear Panel ............................................................................................................................ 18
Making the Settings.................................................................................19
Mounting the TD-6V to the Stand .......................................................................................... 19
Connecting the Pads and the Pedals .................................................................................... 20
Connecting Two Pads to Trigger Inputs 5/6 (TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4)........ 21
Connecting Headphones, Audio Equipment, Amps, and Other Gear ................................... 22
Turning On/Off the Power.......................................................................23
Turning Off the Power ........................................................................................................... 24
Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset) ...................................25
Listening to the Demo Songs.................................................................27
Selecting the Pad Type ...........................................................................29
Adjusting the Sensitivity of the Pad ......................................................31
About the Pads ........................................................................................33
Trigger Inputs and the Pads You Can Use............................................................................ 33
Trigger Input Functions........................................................................................................ 33
Combinations of Pad and Trigger Type ............................................................................. 34
Recommended Parameters for the Pads ............................................................................ 35
Playing the Pads ................................................................................................................... 36
Pad Head Shots and Rim Shots ........................................................................................... 36
Cross Stick............................................................................................................................... 36
Cymbal Bow Shots/Edge Shots/Bell Shots....................................................................... 37
Cymbal Choke........................................................................................................................ 38
Hi-Hat Control Pedal ............................................................................................................. 38
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Contents
Quick Start..................................................... 39
Choosing a Drum Kit...............................................................................40
Playing While Listening to the Metronome/Click .................................41
Switching the Click On and Off.............................................................................................. 41
Adjusting the Click Volume (Level)........................................................................................ 42
Adjusting the Click Tempo..................................................................................................... 43
Playing Along with Songs ......................................................................44
Choosing a Song and Playing Back ...................................................................................... 44
Choosing a Song .................................................................................................................... 44
Playing Back a Song .............................................................................................................. 45
Adjusting the Song Volume ................................................................................................... 46
Setting the Backing Part (Melodic Instruments etc.) Volume ......................................... 46
Setting the Drums and Percussion Volume....................................................................... 46
Temporarily Changing the Tempo of a Song ........................................................................ 47
Muting the Pre-programmed Drums in Songs ....................................................................... 48
Using the Pads to Play Songs................................................................50
Playing with a CD, Tape, or MD (Using MIX IN Jack) ...........................51
Using the TD-6V As a General MIDI Sound Module .............................52
Advanced Use ................................................ 53
Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Drum Kit ............. (Kit Edit)..................54
About Drum Kits and the Drum Kit Screen ............................................................................ 54
About the Drum Kits............................................................................................................. 54
About the Drum Kit Screen.................................................................................................. 55
Choosing a Drum Kit ............................................................. (Drum Kit).............................. 55
Choosing the Pad to Edit....................................................................................................... 55
Choosing a Pad by Hitting It ............................................................................................... 55
Choosing on the TD-6V ........................................................................................................ 56
Notation Used in the Screen ................................................................................................. 56
Helpful Edit Functions ........................................................................................................... 56
Listening to an INST (Instrument) assigned to a Pad ..... (Preview) .................................. 56
Locking the Setting Screen While Editing One Instrument ... (Note Chase) ............................ 57
Choosing an Instrument ........................................................................................................ 57
About the Instruments .......................................................................................................... 57
Choosing from the Group Names ................................. (Inst Group).............................. 57
Choosing an Instrument ................................................. (Inst) .......................................... 58
Instrument Settings ............................................................... (INST).................................... 58
Adjusting the Volume of the Pad .................................. (Level) ....................................... 59
Setting the Pan Position .................................................. (Pan) .......................................... 59
Adjusting the Pitch .......................................................... (Pitch) ........................................ 59
Adjusting the Decay (Length of Sound) ....................... (Decay) ...................................... 59
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Contents
Ambience Settings ................................................................ (AMBIENCE) ......................... 60
Switching Ambience On/Off ......................................... (Ambience Switch) .................. 60
Ambience “Send” Level for Each Instrument ............. (Ambience Send Level)........... 60
Choose “Location” Where the Drums are Played ...... (Studio Type) ........................... 60
Changing the Wall Surface Material ............................. (Wall Type)............................... 61
Determine the Room Size ............................................... (Room Size) .............................. 61
Adjusting the Entire Drum Kit’s Overall Ambience .. (Ambience Level) .................... 61
Equalizer Settings ................................................................. (EQUALIZER) ....................... 62
Switching the Equalizer On/Off ................................... (Master Equalizer Switch)...... 62
Adjusting the Sound ....................................................... (High Gain, Low Gain)........... 62
Settings for Various Functions .............................................. (CONTROL) .......................... 62
Playing a Song by Hitting a Pad .................................... (Pad Pattern) ............................ 63
Control the “Level” of the Pattern
with Playing Dynamics ................................................... (Pad Pattern Velocity)............. 63
Pitch Control with the Hi-Hat Control Pedal
On/Off for Each Pad ....................................................... (Pitch Control Assign) ............ 64
MIDI Note Number for Each Pad ................................. (Note Number) ........................ 64
MIDI Gate Time for Each Pad ........................................ (Gate Time)............................... 65
Overall Drum Kit Settings ...................................................... (COMMON) ........................... 66
Overall Drum Kit Volume .............................................. (Master Volume)...................... 66
Adjusting the Volume of the Pedal Hi-Hat Sound ..... (Pedal Hi-Hat Volume) .......... 66
Setting the Range for the Pitch Control
with the Hi-Hat Control Pedal ...................................... (Pedal Pitch Control Range) .. 66
Naming the Drum Kit ..................................................... (Kit Name)................................ 67
Copying a Drum Kit ............................................................... (COPY).................................. 67
Restoring the Factory Settings for the Edited Drum Kit.................................................. 68
Switching the Order of the Drum Kits .................................... (EXCHANGE)........................ 68
Chapter 2 Making the Pad and Trigger Settings ....... (SETUP/TRIG)..........69
About the Screen Display ...................................................................................................... 69
Notation Used in the Screen................................................................................................. 69
About the Input Indicator .................................................................................................... 69
Selecting the Pad Type ......................................................... (Trigger Type) ....................... 69
Setting the Pad Sensitivity and Making Other Settings ......... (TRIGGER BASIC)................ 71
Adjusting the Pad Sensitivity ........................................ (Sensitivity) .............................. 71
Setting the Minimum Levels for the Pads .................... (Threshold)............................... 72
Adjust How Playing Dynamics Changes the Volume ... (Trigger Curve)........................ 72
Eliminate Crosstalk Between Pads ................................ (Crosstalk Cancel) ................... 73
Fine-Tuning the Trigger Parameter Settings ......................... (TRIGGER ADVANCED) ...... 73
Adjusting the Trigger Signal Detection Time .............. (Scan Time)............................... 74
Detecting Trigger Signal Attenuation
and Cancelling Incorrect Triggering ............................. (Retrigger Cancel) ................... 74
Double Triggering Prevention ....................................... (Mask Time) ............................. 74
Setting Rim Sensitivity on the PD-80R, PD-85, PD-105,
PD-120, and PD-125.......................................................... (Rim Sens)................................. 75
Using the TD-6V with Acoustic Triggers................................................................................ 75
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Contents
Chapter 3 Global Settings for the TD-6V ........... (SETUP/UTILITY,
Factory Reset).........76
Making the Global Settings ................................................... (UTILITY) .............................. 76
Display Contrast Adjustment ........................................ (LCD Contrast) ........................ 76
Percussion Part Volume Control ................................... (Percussion Part Level)........... 76
Backing Instruments Volume Control .......................... (Backing Level) ........................ 77
Muting Parts of a Song .................................................... (Mute)........................................ 77
Tuning the TD-6V ............................................................ (Master Tune)........................... 77
Preview Volume Control ................................................ (Preview Velocity)................... 78
Checking the Remaining Amount of Memory ............ (Available Memory)................ 78
Restoring the Factory Settings .............................................. (Factory Reset) ..................... 78
Chapter 4 Setting the Metronome ...................... (Click Edit) ...............79
Switching the Click On/Off ..................................................... (Click) .................................... 79
Tempo Adjustment ................................................................ (Tempo)................................. 79
Setting the Way the Click Sounds ......................................................................................... 79
Volume Adjustment ........................................................ (Click Level) ............................. 79
Setting the Time Signature ............................................. (Time Signature)...................... 80
Setting the Interval .......................................................... (Interval) ................................... 80
Selecting the Click Sound ............................................... (Inst) .......................................... 80
Stereo Position .................................................................. (Pan) .......................................... 80
Inserting a Count Before Playback or Recording .........(Play Count In, Rec Count In)..... 80
Chapter 5 Editing Songs ..................................... (SONG Edit) .............81
About Songs and the Song Screen ....................................................................................... 81
About Songs ........................................................................................................................... 81
About the Song Screen.......................................................................................................... 82
Choosing a Song ................................................................................................................... 83
Choosing from a Category ............................................. (Song Category)....................... 83
Choosing a Song .............................................................. (Song) ........................................ 83
Playing Back a Song ............................................................................................................. 83
Convenient Function for Playback...................................................................................... 83
Adjusting the Song Volume ................................................................................................... 84
Muting a Selected Part .......................................................... (Part Mute) ............................ 84
Overall Song Settings ............................................................ (COMMON) ........................... 85
Setting the Tempo ............................................................ (Tempo) .................................... 85
Selecting How the Song Plays Back (LOOP, 1SHOT, TAP) . (Play Type) ............................... 85
Playing Back the Song from the First Note/Event ..... (Quick Play) ............................. 86
Reset Time When Using Tap Playback ......................... (Reset Time) ............................. 86
Preventing Layering of Sounds in Tap Playback ........ (Tap Exclusive Switch) ........... 86
Protecting User Song Settings ........................................ (Song Lock) .............................. 86
Naming a Song ................................................................. (Song Name) ............................ 87
Part Settings .......................................................................... (PART) .................................. 87
Choosing Percussion Set and Instruments .................. (Percussion Set, Inst)............... 88
Adjusting the Part Volume ............................................. (Level) ....................................... 88
Adjusting the Stereo Position ......................................... (Pan) .......................................... 89
Adjusting the Amount of Ambience ............................. (Ambience Send Level)........... 89
Adjusting the Bend Range .............................................. (Bend Range)............................ 89
Copying a Song ..................................................................... (COPY).................................. 89
Deleting a Song ..................................................................... (DELETE).............................. 90
Erasing Performance Data in a Song .................................... (ERASE)................................ 91
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Contents
Chapter 6 Recording a Song ...................................(Realtime Recording) ..92
Preparations for Recording ................................................................................................... 92
When Recording Pad Performances ................................................................................... 92
Recording Performances by External MIDI Devices ........................................................ 92
How To Record ..................................................................... (RECORDING STANDBY).... 93
Setting the Time Signature ............................................. (Time Signature)...................... 93
Setting the Number of Measures ................................... (Length) .................................... 93
Setting the Song Tempo .................................................. (Tempo) .................................... 93
Quantize During Recording ........................................... (Quantize)................................. 94
Selecting the Recording Method
(Loop All, Loop1, Loop2, Replace)................................. (Recording Mode) ................... 94
Start Recording with a Pad or Pedal Trigger ............... (Hit Pad Start) .......................... 94
Chapter 7 Making the MIDI Settings ......................(SETUP/MIDI,
BULK DUMP) ..............95
About MIDI ............................................................................................................................ 95
MIDI Connectors ................................................................................................................... 95
MIDI Channels and Multi-timbral Sound Modules ......................................................... 95
How the Internal Sequencer Operates................................................................................ 96
Making the MIDI Settings ...................................................... (MIDI COMMON) .................. 96
Automatically Switching Instrument Settings Screens .. (Note Chase) ............................ 97
When Using as MIDI Controller
for External MIDI Device Only ...................................... (Local Control)......................... 97
Synchronizing with an External MIDI Device ............ (Sync Mode) ............................. 98
Setting Priority for Playing Drums and Percussion ... (Channel 10 Priority) .............. 98
Hi-Hat Control Pedal Data Reduction .......................... (Pedal Data Thin) .................... 99
Switch to the GM (General MIDI) Mode ...................... (GM Mode)............................... 99
Preventing the TD-6V from Switching
to GM (General MIDI) Mode ......................................... (Rx GM ON) ........................... 100
Mixing MIDI Signals Coming to the MIDI IN
with Real Time Performance on the Pads .................... (Soft Thru) .............................. 100
Set the Device ID .............................................................. (Device ID) ............................. 101
Setting the TD-6V So That Program Changes
Are Not Transmitted ....................................................... (Tx PC Sw).............................. 101
Setting the TD-6V So That Program Changes
Are Not Received ............................................................. (Rx PC Sw).............................. 101
MIDI Channel Settings for a Part ........................................... (MIDI PART)........................ 102
MIDI Messages Stop Function for Specific Parts
in GM (General MIDI) Mode .................................................. (GM PART) ......................... 102
Saving Data to an External MIDI Device ............................... (BULK DUMP)..................... 103
Returning Saved Data to the TD-6V ................................................................................. 104
Data Compatibility Between the TD-6 and the TD-6V .................................................. 104
Chapter 8 Features Using MIDI and Setting Examples ......................105
About Transmitting/Receiving Program Changes ............................................................... 105
Triggering an External Sound Device by Playing the TD-6V............................................... 105
Combining with an External MIDI Sequencer...................................................................... 106
Importing Sequence Data from an External MIDI Device
to the TD-6V’s Internal Sequencer .................................................................................... 106
Recording Your Performance to an External Sequencer................................................ 106
Using the TD-6V As a Sound Module ................................................................................. 107
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Contents
Appendices .................................................. 109
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................110
No Sound ............................................................................................................................ 110
No Sound/Low volume from Device Connected to the MIX IN Jack ................................... 112
Drum Kit Does Not Sound As Intended ............................................................................... 113
Pad Does Not Sound As Intended ...................................................................................... 113
Song Does Not Sound As Intended .................................................................................... 114
Sound is distorted................................................................................................................ 114
Problems Operating the TD-6V ........................................................................................... 115
Display Is Too Light Or Too Dark ........................................................................................ 115
Messages and Error Messages ............................................................116
System and Battery Error Messages................................................................................... 116
Messages and Error Messages Related to Sequencers and Songs ................................... 116
Messages and Error Messages Related to MIDI................................................................. 117
Drum Kit List ..........................................................................................118
Drum Instrument List ............................................................................120
Preset Percussion Set List ...................................................................124
Backing Instrument List........................................................................126
Preset Song List ....................................................................................128
Parameter List .......................................................................................130
MIDI Implementation Chart ...................................................................135
TD-6V Block Diagram ............................................................................138
Specifications ........................................................................................139
Index .......................................................................................................140
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Features
Full Palette of Internal Sounds for All Uses,
from Practice to Live Performance
■ Includes 99 Different Drum Kits
You can immediately start playing any of a variety of drum kits, just by selecting the drum kit.
Whether for practice or live performances, these kits can be applied in a wide range of situations.
■ 1, 024 Drum Instruments
You can combine different drum instruments used in a wide range of musical genres to create your
own original drum kits.
■ 170 Different Preset Songs
To get right down to practicing, you merely need to select a Preset song. Then you can play the
drum part just by muting only the Preset song’s drum performance.
You also get 100 internal songs that you can use to record your own drum performances (User
songs).
■ 262 Backing Instruments
The TD-6V’s abundance of backing instruments allow you to record in a variety of musical genres.
Rich Expression
■ Compatible with mesh head V-PADs
Roland's mesh head V-Pads, known for their natural drum-like feel, can be used with the TD-6KV,
also offering compatability with dual tom trigger
■ Cross Stick Technique Available (p. 36)
■ Play Rim Shots (p. 36), Cymbal Edge Shots (p. 37),
and Use Cymbal Choking (p. 38)
■ Pitch Control Available with the Hi-Hat Control Pedal (p. 64)
You can use the hi-hat control pedal to change the pitch of the pad instruments.
■ Compatible with tom dual triggers
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Features
Function and Operations Perfect for Live
Performances
■ Flat Top Design for Great Visibility
■ Buttons Light for Easy Operation, Even On Stage
■ Large [+] and [-] Buttons That Can Be Operated Even with
Drum Sticks
Convenient Functions for Practicing
■ Includes Metronome (Click) (p. 79)
■ Includes Part Mute Function for Muting of Specific Parts
When Playing With Preset Songs (p. 48, p. 77)
Expandability/Compatibility
■ Also Compatible With
Pads (PD-6, PD-7, PD-8, PD-9, PD-80, PD-80R, PD-85, PD-100, PD-105, PD-120, PD-125)
Cymbals (CY-6, CY-8, CY-12H, CY-12R/C, CY-14C, CY-15R)
Kick Trigger Units (KD-7, KD-8, KD-80, KD-85, KD-120)
Hi-Hat Control Pedals (FD-7, FD-8 )
■ Use the TD-6V As a MIDI Sound Module With an External
Sequencer (p. 106)
■ Support for General MIDI (p. 52, p. 99)
The TD-6V has a GM mode that can play back GM scores.
This mode includes a function allowing you to mute the sound only of a specified part during
playback of GM scores. This is a very convenient feature for practicing and playing along.
General MIDI (
) System
General MIDI is a set of recommendations which seeks to provide a way to go beyond the
limitations of proprietary designs, and standardize the MIDI capabilities of sound
generating devices. Sound generating devices and music files that meet the General MIDI
standard bear the General MIDI logo (
).
Music files bearing the General MIDI logo can be played back using any General MIDI
sound generating unit to produce essentially the same musical performance.
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How to Use This Manual
Composition of This Manual
This owner’s manual is organized as follows.
Setup Guide (p. 15)
For those using the TD-6V for the first time, this volume explains
the preparations needed for playing sounds, including how to set
up the stand, make pad settings, and turn on the TD-6V’s power.
Also provided are explanations of how to combine the TD-6V
with other optional pads for fullest utilization of the TD-6V’s
features and functions.
Quick Start (p. 39)
This contains descriptions explaining how to easily enjoy
performing with the TD-6V’s numerous internal drum kits and
Preset songs.
Advanced Use (p. 53)
The TD-6V allows you use the drum kits you like to create new
drum kits and to create songs from recordings of what you play.
This section provides detailed explanations of all of the TD6V’s functions.
• Chapter 1 Functions For Creating Drum Kits (p. 54)
Here are the settings used for creating sounds.
• Chapter 2 Functions For Correctly Performing with
the Pads (p. 69)
This describes the settings you need to make in order to
get the most expression from the TD-6V and pads.
• Chapter 3 TD-6V Settings (p. 76)
Included in this section are settings such as display
contrast and song volume that are applied to the TD-6V
as a whole.
• Chapters 4–6 Using the sequencer and related
functions (p. 79)
Found here are metronome (click) settings, as well as
song performance, recording, editing, and other settings
for sequencers.
• Chapters 7–8 MIDI Settings and Examples of How
MIDI Is Used (p. 95)
This chapter explains how to use MIDI —whether it be
for saving data to an external device, or for using the
TD-6V as a General MIDI sound module.
Appendices (p. 109)
If you run into problems, refer to “Troubleshooting” to make sure
that the settings are correct. If an error message appears during
operation, refer to “Messages and Error Messages” and take
appropriate action. This section also provides various lists, and the
MIDI implementation charts.
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Terms Used in This Manual
• Button names are enclosed in square brackets “[ ],” as in
[KIT] button.
• (p. **) indicates a reference page.
• Steps in operations may be abbreviated as described
below.
[KIT] ➝ [EDIT]
1.
Press [KIT].
2. Press [EDIT].
[SHIFT] + [KIT]
1.
While holding down [SHIFT], press [KIT].
• The functions of some buttons, such as [EDIT (SETUP)],
change if pressed while [SHIFT] is held down; the
function that is enabled when [SHIFT] is held down is
shown in parentheses.
• Symbols appearing before the beginning of sentences in
the manual have the following meanings.
These indicate cautionary notes. Be sure to read
them.
These are memos containing information
regarding settings and functions. Read it as
necessary.
These are useful hints for operation. Read it as
necessary.
These point to reference information. Read it as
necessary.
These are descriptions of terminology. Read it as
necessary.
* The explanations in this manual include illustrations that depict
what should typically be shown by the display. Note, however, that
your unit may incorporate a newer, enhanced version of the system
(e.g., includes newer sounds), so what you actually see in the
display may not always match what appears in the manual.
Setup Guide
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Setup Guide
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Panel Descriptions
Front Panel
fig.P-022
Display
Sequencer Section
The screen displays information, indicating the
drum kit name, song name, and settings etc.
• CLICK (TEMPO) Button
Turn the click on/off (p. 41).
When you hold down the [SHIFT] button and
press the [CLICK (TEMPO)] button, the
tempo settings screen appears in the display
(p. 43, p. 47).
VOLUME Knob
Adjusts the volume of the TD-6V (p. 24). Even
when headphones are connected, sound will still
be output from the various output jacks.
• REC
Button
Calls up the recording settings screen
(Recording Standby; p. 93).
• STOP
Button
Stop song playback (p. 45). When pressed
while the song is stopped, this returns you to
the beginning of the song.
• PLAY
Button
Play back the song (p. 45). Starts recording if
pressed when the TD-6V is in recording
standby mode (p. 93).
• PART MUTE Button
Mutes the performance of specified parts (p.
48).
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SONG Button
Editing section
Calls up the song’s basic settings screen (p. 82).
• EXIT Button
Returns to the previous stage screen. When
pressed a number of times, the display returns
to either the Drum Kit screen or the Song
screen.
KIT Button
Calls up the drum kit’s basic settings screen (p.
55).
•
SHIFT Button
Used in conjunction with other buttons.
Operation
[SHIFT] + [KIT]
[SHIFT] +
[
], [
]
[SHIFT] +
[CLICK (TEMPO)]
[SHIFT] +
[EDIT (SETUP)]
[SHIFT] + [SONG]
[SHIFT] +
[PLAY
]
[SHIFT] +
[STOP
]
[SHIFT] +
[PART MUTE]
[SHIFT] +
[+], [-]
Function
Gives a preview of the sound
of the instrument assigned to
the selected pad (Preview; p.
56)
• Selects the trigger input
(Trigger Select; p. 56)
• Deletes or inserts one
character when setting
drum kit names and song
names (p. 67, p. 87)
Displays the tempo settings
screen (p. 43, p. 47)
For making overall settings for
the TD-6V (Setup; p. 69, p. 76,
p. 92)
Displays the volume settings
screen for the backing
instruments (melodic and
other instruments) (p. 46)
While the song is playing
back, the buttons
corresponding to the
percussion pad drum tones
are lit (p. 45).
Jumps to songs that have not
been used (new User songs)
(p. 92)
Displays the settings screen
for muting parts (p. 77)
• For making large changes
at a time in the values of
settings
• Changes instrument groups
and song categories (p. 57,
p. 83)
• Switches uppercase and
lowercase letters and
symbols when setting
drum kit names and song
names (p. 67, p. 87)
,
Button
These switch the screen if pressed when “ ”
or “ ” is shown in the display.
You can select the trigger input by holding
down the [SHIFT] button and pressing [
]
or [
] (p. 56).
In the SONG screen, rewinding and fast
forwarding are carried out in one-measure
units (p. 45). You can select the kit in the KIT
screen.
• EDIT (SETUP) Button
Displays the drum kit or song settings screen.
By holding down the [SHIFT] button and
pressing the [EDIT (SETUP)] button, you can
make overall settings for the TD-6V.
• ENTER
Button
Switches the screen if pressed when “
shown in the display.
” is
+ (Increment) Button,
- (Decrement) Button
These are used to switch drum kits and songs
and to make changes in the settings values.
• Pressing the [+] button increases the value,
and pressing the [-] button decreases the
value.
• When making an on/off setting, [+] will turn
the setting on and [-] will turn it off.
• When [SHIFT] is held down and [+] or [-] is
pressed, settings values are then changed in
larger increments or decrements.
• When [+] is held down and then [-] is pressed,
settings values increase rapidly; when [DEC/
+] is held down and then [-] is pressed, settings
values then decrease rapidly.
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Setup Guide
Panel Descriptions
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Panel Descriptions
Rear Panel
fig.P-023
POWER Switch
HH CTRL (Hi-Hat Control) Jack
Switch turns the power on/off (p. 23).
Connect a hi-hat control pedal (FD-8) here. (p.
20)
Cord Hook
Anchor the power cord (p. 22).
AC Adaptor Jack
Connect the supplied AC adaptor to this jack (p.
22).
OUTPUT Jacks (L (MONO), R)
Connect these to your amp or audio system. For
monaural output use the L/MONO jack (p. 22).
TRIGGER INPUTS
Use these inputs to connect optional pads,
cymbals, and kick trigger units to the TD-6V (p.
20).
For more detailed information on each trigger
input, refer to “Trigger Inputs and the Pads You
Can Use” (p. 33).
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Security Slot (
)
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MIX IN Jack
Connect this to your CD, MD, cassette player, or
other similar device (p. 51).
The sound that is input to this jack will be output
from the OUTPUT jacks and the PHONES jack.
PHONES Jack
A pair of stereo headphones can be connected to
this jack (p. 22).
Even when headphones are connected, sound
will still be output from the output jacks.
MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT/THRU)
Use these connectors when using a MIDI
sequencer, MIDI keyboard, or other MIDI device
to play sounds with the TD-6V, when using the
TD-6V and pads to play sounds from an external
MIDI sound generator, or when saving the TD6V’s settings to, or loading settings from a MIDI
sequencer.
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Mounting the TD-6V to the Stand
1
Attach the stand holder (included with the optional drum stand) to the
TD-6V.
Using the screws attached to the bottom panel, attach the holder so the unit
is oriented as shown in the diagram.
Use the 8 mm screws (M5 x 8) provided with the TD-6V. Use of other
screws may result in damage to the unit.
fig.P-009.e
• When turning the unit
upside-down, get a
bunch of newspapers or
magazines, and place
them under the four
corners or at both ends
to prevent damage to
the buttons and controls.
Also, you should try to
orient the unit so no
buttons or controls get
damaged.
• When turning the unit
upside-down, handle
with care to avoid
dropping it, or allowing
it to fall or tip over.
Narrow
Wide
2
Attach the TD-6V and stand holder to the drum stand (such as the
optional MDS-3C, MDS-8C, or MDS-20).
For details on assembling the drum stand and attaching the TD-6V, refer to
the owner’s manual for the drum stand.
To attach the TD-6V to a
cymbal stand or other such
stand, you may want to
use the optional APC-33
All Purpose Clamp to
secure the stand holder. It
can be attached to a pipe of
10.5 mm–30 mm radius.
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Setup Guide
Making the Settings
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Making the Settings
Connecting the Pads and the Pedals
Using the provided cables, connect the pads, cymbal pads, hi-hat control
pedal, and kick trigger unit.
Carefully refer to the numbers shown in the illustration and connect to the
appropriate TRIGGER INPUT jacks on the TD-6V's rear panel.
Setting Example
fig.P-011.e
TRIGGER INPUT jacks
PD-85BK
20
Before using pads with
mesh heads (PD-80, PD80R, PD-85, PD-100, PD105, PD-120, PD-125, KD80, KD-85, KD-120, or RP2), be sure to adjust the
head tension. Striking the
head when the head
tension is loose may
damage the sensor. For
more information on
adjusting the head tension,
refer to the owner’s
manual for each pad.
For fullest performance
expression, make exclusive
use of Roland’s line of
optional pads (PD-6, PD-7,
PD-8, PD-9, PD-80, PD80R, PD-85, PD-100, PD105, PD-120, PD-125, and
RP-2), cymbals (CY-6, CY8, CY-12H, CY-12R/C, CY14C, and CY-15R), and
kick trigger units (KD-7,
KD-8, KD-80, KD-85, and
KD-120).
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Making the Settings
With the optional cable (PCS-31) or standard insert cable, two pads may be
connected to the trigger inputs 5/6 (TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4).
For instructions on making these settings, refer to p. 69.
fig.P-012.e
TD-6V Rear Panel
When using an optional
PCS-31 or standard "insert"
cable (Stereo to dual mono
jacks) to connect two pads
to 1 input (5/6 or 7/8) rim
shots are not be possible.
If you use a single pad
(with rim shot function)
connected via a stereo
cable, then rim shots are of
course possible.
PD-8
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Setup Guide
■ Connecting Two Pads to Trigger Inputs
5/6 (TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4)
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Making the Settings
Connecting Headphones, Audio
Equipment, Amps, and Other Gear
fig.P-010
R
L
Stereo miniature phone type
CD/MD deck, cassette player, etc.
1
Turn off the power of all devices before you make connections.
921
To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices, always
turn down the volume, and turn off the power on all devices before making
any connections.
2
3
4
22
Connect the supplied AC adaptor to the AC adaptor jack.
Connect the OUTPUT L(MONO) and R jacks on the rear panel to your
audio system or amp. If using headphones, connect them to the
PHONES jack.
Plug the AC adaptor plug into a power outlet.
To prevent the inadvertent
disruption of power to
your unit (should the plug
be pulled out accidentally),
and to avoid applying
undue stress to the AC
adaptor jack, anchor the
power cord using the cord
hook, as shown in the
illustration.
Using the TD-6V’s MIX IN
Jack, allows you to play
along with a CD or other
such sound input (p. 51).
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Turning On/Off the Power
Setup Guide
941
Once the connections have been completed (p. 22), turn on power to your
various devices in the order specified. By turning on devices in the wrong order,
you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices.
fig.P-001
1, 5
3
5
1
Turn the [VOLUME] knob completely to the left to lower the volume to
the minimum level.
2
Turn down the volume control on the connected amp or audio system.
3
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the power.
Precautions When Turning on the Power
After the power is turned on, the drum kit name (shown in the
following figure) appears in the display; do NOT press any pad
or pedal until [KIT] has lighted.
fig.P-002ai
This unit is equipped with
a protection circuit. A brief
interval (a few seconds)
after power up is required
before the unit will operate
normally.
If the hi-hat control pedal
is pressed when the power
is turned on, control of the
hi-hat’s opening and
closing will not work
correctly. Striking the pads
when turning on the
power degrades the pad
response when the pads
are struck lightly.
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Turning On/Off the Power
4
5
Turn on the power to the connected amp or audio system.
Press [SHIFT] + [KIT] (PREVIEW) or strike the pad, and while listening
to the sound, gradually bring up [VOLUME] to adjust the volume level.
Also raise the volume level of the connected amp or audio system to the
appropriate level.
No Sound Even When Pressing [SHIFT] + [KIT] (PREVIEW)
Check the following points.
When Using an Amp or Audio System
•
•
•
•
Is the amp or audio system volume setting correct?
Are the TD-6V and the amp or audio system connected correctly?
Is there a problem with any connector cable?
Have the input select settings of your audio system or amp been
made correctly?
When using headphones:
• Are the headphones connected to the [PHONES] jack?
Turning Off the Power
1
24
Completely turn down the volume of the TD-6V and any connected
external devices.
2
Turn off the power to all external devices.
3
Press the TD-6V’s [POWER] switch to turn off the power.
Caution Concerning
Volume
If the volume levels used
when striking the pads are
left unchanged when
playing back demo songs
or other songs, the volume
may increase suddenly,
which may cause ear pain
and damaged speakers.
Before playing back songs
or patterns, rotate the
[VOLUME] knob
counterclockwise to lower
the volume levels, then
readjust to a suitable
volume while listening to
the playback.
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This restores the pad and instrument settings, song data, and other
information stored in the TD-6V to the original factory settings.
fig.P-003
1
2
All data and settings
stored in the TD-6V are
lost in carrying out this
operation. Use the “Bulk
Dump” operation to save
crucial data and settings to
an external MIDI device
(SETUP/BULK DUMP/
Bulk Dump; p. 103).
For more information
about data compatibility
between the TD-6 and the
TD-6V, refer to p. 103.
4
1
While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT (SETUP)].
[EDIT (SETUP)] lights.
fig.P-004ai
2
3, 5, 6
Press [
When [SHIFT] and
[EDIT (SETUP)] are held
down when the power is
turned on, the display
jumps to the Factory Reset
screen. When carrying out
Factory Reset, read from
Step 4.
] to select “FactoryReset.”
fig.P-005_50
3
Press [ENTER
].
The Factory Reset screen appears.
fig.P-006_50
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Setup Guide
Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
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Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
4
Press [+] or [-] to select the parameter you want to restore to factory
settings.
Here, select “ALL” to restore all of the settings to the original factory
values.
ALL:
All internal settings will be restored to the factory settings.
THIS DRUM KIT:
Only the settings for the currently selected drum kit are restored to
the factory settings.
ALL DRUM KITS:
The settings for all of the TD-6V’s internal drum kits are restored to
the
factory settings.
ALL SONGS:
All of the TD-6V’s internal song data is restored to the factory
settings.
5
Press [ENTER
].
The confirmation screen appears.
Press [EXIT] to cancel the
operation.
fig.P-007_50
6
7
fig.P-008_50
26
If you’re ready to proceed, press [ENTER
operation will be executed.
], and the Factory Reset
When the Factory Reset is finished, the Completed screen appears.
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Listening to the Demo Songs
Setup Guide
The TD-6V features five demo songs demonstrating the TD-6V’s sounds and
expressive capabilities.
The drums played on the demo songs were played in real time into a
sequencer.
fig.P-029
4 3
1
5
2
1
While holding down [KIT], press [SONG].
The “DEMONSTRATION” screen appears.
fig.P-030_50
• All rights reserved.
Unauthorized use of this
material for purposes
other than private,
personal enjoyment is a
violation of applicable
laws.
• No data for the music
that is played will be
output from MIDI OUT.
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Listening to the Demo Songs
2
Press [+] or [-], or press [
] or [
] to select the song to play back.
1. How Now
Copyright © 2003, Roland Corporation
Drum kit being used: #11 “PopKit X”
2. TC R&B
Copyright © 2001, Roland Corporation
Drum kit being used: #80 “AcuStick”
Caution Concerning
Volume
If the volume levels used
when striking the pads are
left unchanged when
playing back demo songs,
the volume may increase
suddenly, which may
cause ear pain and
damaged speakers. When
playing back demo songs,
rotate [VOLUME] to the
left (counterclockwise) to
bring the volume level
back down, then while
playing back the song,
readjust the volume to an
appropriate level.
3. CREOLET1
Copyright © 2001, Roland Corporation
Drum kit being used: #1 “RoseWood”
4. CREOLET2
Copyright © 2001, Roland Corporation
Drum kit being used: #17 “Natural”
5. SNAG LTN
Copyright © 2001, Roland Corporation
Drum kit being used: #13 “Groove”
3
Press [PLAY
].
Playback of the demo songs begins, and the five demo songs are played
continuously in sequence.
4
5
28
When you want to stop the performance, press [STOP
].
When you have finished listening to the demo song, press [KIT],
[SONG] or [EXIT].
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Make the settings for the type of pads to be used (trigger type) to ensure that
the TD-6V accurately receives what is being played on the pads.
Set each trigger input as described below.
Settings optimized for the TD-6K are provided in factory settings on the
TD-6V.
fig.P-014
8
6
1
1
3
2
The following parameters
are automatically set to the
most efficient values for
each pad when you select
the trigger type.
Basic Trigger Parameters
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC; p.
71)
• Sensitivity
• Threshold
• TrigCurve
Advanced Trigger
Parameters
(SETUP/TRIG ADVNCD;
p. 73)
• Scan Time
• Retrig Cancel
• Mask Time
• Rim Sens
The trigger parameters
should be adjusted as
necessary to match the
actual state of your
configuration, and the
environment in which it is
being used.
While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT (SETUP)].
[EDIT (SETUP)] lights.
fig.P-015ai
2
Press [
] to select “TRIG BASIC.”
fig.SETUP-BASIC_50 (SETUP-BASIC)
3
Press [ENTER
].
fig.P-016_50
29
Setup Guide
Selecting the Pad Type
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Selecting the Pad Type
4
Strike the pad you wish to set.
You can also make the
selection by pressing
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
5
Trigger Type
PD-8
PD Type
PD-80R
Pad
PD-105
PD-125
KD-8
KD-7
KD-80
KD-85
KD-120
CY-8
Trigger Type
PD-125
KD-8
KD Type
CY-8
Pad
CY-6
CY-12H
CY-12R/C
CY-14C
CY-15R
RT-7K
RT-5S
RT-3T
RIM Edge
Trigger Type
CY Type
RT-7K
RT-5S
RT-3T
RIM
Press [+] or [-] to select the trigger type.
Repeat Steps 4–6 to set the trigger type for each pad.
8
Press [KIT].
[KIT] lights, and the Drum Kit screen appears.
fig.P-017ai
Strike the pads and press the pedals to check the following.
• Are sounds being played with all pads and pedals?
• Is the right instrument for each pad being played?
If the correct sound is not being played, check the pad settings once more and
refer to “Troubleshooting” (p. 110).
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] (Trigger
PD-120
7
9
] or
[SHIFT] + [
Select).
Select the most suitable trigger type from the following chart for the
pad you are using.
Pad
PD-8
PD-6
PD-7
PD-9
RP-2
PD-80
PD-80R
PD-85
PD-100
PD-120
6
[SHIFT] + [
These settings apply to
both the head and the rim.
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You may wish to adjust the sensitivity of the pads to accommodate your
personal taste and style of performing. Adjusting the TD-6V’s sensitivity
allows you to change the correlation between your playing velocity (strength)
and the response and volume of the sound.
fig.P-018
8
6
1
1
3
The sensitivity setting is
automatically set to the
most efficient values for
each pad when you select
the trigger type (p. 29).
Adjust as needed.
2, 4
While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT (SETUP)].
[EDIT (SETUP)] lights.
fig.P-019ai
2
Press [
] to select “TRIG BASIC.”
fig.SETUP-BASIC_50 (SETUP-BASIC)
3
Press [ENTER
].
31
Setup Guide
Adjusting the Sensitivity of the Pad
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Adjusting the Sensitivity of the Pad
4
Press [
] to select “Sensitivity.”
fig.P-020_50
5
You can also make the
selection by pressing
[SHIFT] + [
] or
[SHIFT] + [
Select).
] (Trigger
Strike the pad you wish to set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
These settings apply to
both the head and the rim.
6
Press [+] or [-] to adjust the sensitivity of the pads.
Here you can make a setting of 1–16.
Higher settings result in higher sensitivity, so that the pad will produce a
loud volume even when struck softly.
Lower settings result in lower sensitivity, so that the pad will produce a low
volume even when struck forcefully.
Setting the Overall Target
Set the sensitivity so that the indicator reaches the maximum position when
you play with your maximum dynamics. A flag, such as shown in the
following, is raised when the indicator reaches the maximum position
(
).
fig.P-020aai.e
Indicator
Maximum Indication
7
8
Indicator (Maximum)
Repeat Steps 5 and 6 to make any other necessary pad sensitivity
adjustments.
Press [KIT].
[KIT] lights, and the Drum Kit screen appears.
fig.P-021ai
32
With electronic drum kits,
overall volume is another
important element.
Listening at low volumes
may make it seem that
there is too little change in
volume, so you might raise
the sensitivity excessively
without really needing to.
In order to make these
settings correctly, adjust
the volume of amps or
headphones to appropriate
levels.
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About the Pads
Setup Guide
Trigger Inputs and the Pads You Can Use
Although you can use previous model pads, kick trigger units, and other
such devices with the TD-6V, there may be incompatibilities between pads
and trigger inputs, which may prevent you from being able to perform on
some pads.
■ Trigger Input Functions
The following shows the available trigger input functions.
fig.P-024.e
3
HI-HAT
2
SNARE
1
KICK
Head 3
Head 2
Head 1
Rim 3
Rim 2
Use the cable provided
with the pad to connect the
pad to the TD-6V. The rim
sound becomes
unavailable when you use
a monaural cable to
connect a pad that is
capable of playing rim
shots and chokes.
11
RIDE
10
CRASH2
9
CRASH1
7
TOM3
5
TOM2
4
TOM1
Head 11
Head 10
Head 9
Head 7
Head 5
Head 4
Rim 11
Rim 10
Rim 9
Rim 7
Rim 5
Rim 4
8
TOM4
6
AUX
Head 8
Head 6
*1
*1:
*1
By using an optional cable (the PCS-31) or standard insert cable, you can
use two pads to a single trigger input jack. In this case, the rim sounds
of “Trigger Input 5 (TOM2)” and “Trigger Input 7 (TOM 3)” become
unavailable. For more on how to make the necessary connections, refer
to p. 21.
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About the Pads
■ Combinations of Pad and Trigger Type
To enjoy full use of all the functionality offered by the TD-6V and your pads, be sure to
review the following chart and select the pads best suited for your aims.
fig.P-024a.e
Pads
Kick Trigger Units
Trigger Input Jacks
2
(SNR)
3
(HH)
4
(T1)
5
(T2)
6
(AUX)
7
(T3)
8
(T4)
9
(CR1)
10
(CR2)
11
(RD)
KD-7
KD-8
KD-80
KD-85
KD-120
Head
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PD-6
PD-100
Head
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Head
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PD-7
PD-8
PD-9
PD-80
RP-2
PD-80R
PD-85
PD-120
PD-105
PD-125
Cymbals
1
(KIK)
CY-6
CY-8
CY-12H
CY-14C
Rim, Choke
O
Head
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Head
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Rim
Head (Bow)
O
Rim (Edge),
Choke
Head (Bow)
CY-12R/C
CY-15R Rim (Edge/Bow),
Choke
*1
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
*2
O:
X:
Slash:
*1:
*2:
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Can be used.
Cannot be used.
These trigger inputs do not handle rim sounds.
When choking is applied to the CY-12R/C or the CY-15R, you can then play either
edge shots or bell shots.
TRIGGER INPUTS 6 (AUX) and 8 (TOM) can only be used when using an optional
cable (PCS-31) or standard insert cable to connect two pads to one trigger input jack.
For more detailed information, refer to the previous section.
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About the Pads
■ Recommended Parameters for the Pads
Pad
Pad
PD-8
PD-6
PD-7
PD-9
RP-2
PD-80
PD-80R
PD-85
PD-100
PD-120
PD-105
PD-125
Kick Trigger Unit
KD-8
KD-7
KD-80
KD-85
KD-120
Cymbal
CY-8
CY-6
CY-12H
CY-12R/C
CY-14C
CY-15R
Acoustic Drum Trigger RT-7K
RT-5S
RT-3T
Rim
Rim Edge
Setup Guide
The trigger parameters (except the Xtalk Cancel) are automatically set to the most efficient
values for each pad when you select the trigger type.
The trigger parameters should be adjusted as necessary to match the actual state of your
configuration, and the environment in which it is being used. Make settings for the
parameters as needed (Basic Trigger Parameters: p. 71; Advanced Trigger Parameters: p.
73).
Trigger Type
PD-8
PD Type
PD-80R
PD-120
PD-125
KD-8
KD Type
CY-8
CY Type
RT-7K
RT-5S
RT-3T
RIM
The “Xtalk Cancel (Crosstalk Cancel)” value does not change when the trigger type is
changed. It should be adjusted as necessary to match the actual state of your configuration
and the environment in which it is being used (SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Xtalk Cancel; p. 73).
• Use the “RT-7K,” “RT-5S,” or “RT-3T”setting when you use acoustic drums to sound
the TD-6V. For details refer to “Using the TD-6V with Acoustic Triggers” (p. 75).
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About the Pads
Playing the Pads
■ Pad Head Shots and Rim Shots
When you perform a head shot, the head instrument is played; rim shots
produce the sound of the rim instrument.
To play a rim shot, you must strike both the head and the rim of the pad
simultaneously.
PD-7, PD-8, PD-9, PD-80R, PD-85, PD-105, PD-120, PD-125:
Both head and rim shots are available.
PD-6, PD-80, PD-100, RP-2:
Only head shots are available
When using rim shots on
the PD-80R, PD-85, PD105, PD-120 or PD-125,
connect the pad to
TRIGGER INPUT 2
(SNARE).
fig.P-025.e
Head Shot
Rim Shot
Head
Head
Rim
Head
Head
Rim
■ Cross Stick
When you perform a cross stick, the rim instrument is played.
When using the PD-80R, PD-85, PD-105, PD-120, or PD-125 to play the cross
stick, be sure that you only strike the rim (outer edge) of the pad. Placing your
hand on the head (center area) of the pad prevents the cross stick sound from
being played properly.
• When using rim shots
on the PD-80R, PD-85,
PD-105, PD-120 or PD125, connect the pad to
TRIGGER INPUT 2
(SNARE).
• The cross stick is also
referred to as a “closed
rim shot.”
fig.P-025a.e
Rim
Rim
36
By selecting the
instruments with “XS”
after the instrument name,
playing a rim shot
produces a rim shot tone,
and cross sticking gives a
cross stick tone.
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About the Pads
■ Cymbal Bow Shots/Edge Shots/Bell Shots
CY-6, CY-12H, CY-14C:
Capable of bow shots and edge shots.
CY-12R/C, CY-15R:
In addition to bow shots, either edge shots or bell shots can be
played.
Bell shots are played by striking the bell somewhat strongly with the
shoulder of the stick.
fig.P-026.e
Bow Shot
Edge Shot
Setup Guide
When you perform a bow shot, the head instrument is played; edge shots and
bell shots produce the sound of the rim instrument.
When playing edge shots
with the CY-12R/C or CY15R, use the BOW/EDGE
output; for bell shots, use
the BOW/BELL output.
Bow
Edge
Bell Shot
Bell
CY-12R/C
CY-15R
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About the Pads
■ Cymbal Choke
By striking a pad and then squeezing the rim portion of the pad, you can
mute the note while the note is still sounding. This performance technique is
known as choking.
fig.P-027.e
Hi-Hat Control Pedal
By connecting a hi-hat control pedal (FD-8), you can obtain consecutive
control of the hi-hat’s opening and closing.
fig.P-028.e
FD-8
Open Hi-Hat:
Strike the hi-hat without pressing the pedal
Closed Hi-Hat:
Strike the hi-hat with the pedal pressed
Foot Closed:
Completely press down the pedal
Foot Open:
Press the pedal and then immediately release it
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Quick Start
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Quick Start
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Choosing a Drum Kit
The TD-6V comes with 99 preset drum kits. Now’s probably a good time for
you to try out the drum kits by selecting and playing them.
fig.Q-001
1
To see which drum sets
can be selected here, refer
to “Drum Kit List” (p. 118).
A drum kit is a collection
of settings that includes
each pad’s instrument
settings, the effect settings,
and other settings. For
details, refer to p. 54.
A drum kit performance is
recorded in preset song #1
“DRUMS.”
By switching drum kits
during playback of preset
song #1 (p. 44), you can
listen to and compare a
variety of different drum
kits.
2
1
Press [KIT].
[KIT] lights, and the “DRUM KIT” screen appears.
You can also use
fig.Q-002ai
and
in the "DRUM KIT"
screen to select drum kits.
2
Press [+] or [-] to select the drum kit.
Pattern Inadvertently Starts Playing When Pad is Struck
Drum kits feature a setting whereby a pad can be struck to start playback of
a song (Pad Pattern function; p. 63).
• To stop the song currently playing:
Press the [STOP ] button on the panel (the [PLAY
] light goes off).
• To stop the song from playing when the pad is struck:
Turn the Pad Pattern feature off (KIT/CONTROL/PadPtn; p. 63).
40
To see which drum set
using the Pad Pattern
function, refer to “Drum
Kit List” (p. 118).
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Playing While Listening to the Metronome/Click
Switching the Click On and Off
fig.Q-003.e
Click is played
Click is not played
Lit
Unlit
You can select the
instrument sound and beat
used for the click.For
details, refer to the p. 79.
Quick Start
Try using metronome (click).
You can switch the click sound on and off by pressing [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights when set to play the sound.
fig.Q-004a
1
1
Press [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights, and the click sound begins to play.
fig.Q-006
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Playing While Listening to the Metronome/Click
Adjusting the Click Volume (Level)
fig.Q-004
2
4
1
5
1, 3
Confirm that [EDIT] is not lit.
If [EDIT] lights, you can press [KIT] or [SONG] to turn it off.
fig.Q-005
2
Press [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights, and the click sound begins to play.
fig.Q-006
3
Press [EDIT].
[EDIT] lights, and the click volume settings screen appears.
fig.Q-007_50
4
5
42
Press [+] or [-] to select the volume.
When you finish making settings, press [EXIT] to end the procedure.
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Playing While Listening to the Metronome/Click
Adjusting the Click Tempo
fig.Q-008
2
4
Quick Start
1
3
1
Press [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights, and the click sound begins to play.
fig.Q-006
2
While holding down [SHIFT], press [CLICK (TEMPO)].
The Tempo screen appears.
fig.Q-009_50
3
Press [+] or [-] to select the tempo.
4
When you finish making settings, press [EXIT] to end the procedure.
The “Tempo” screen is removed from the display.
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Playing Along with Songs
Choosing a Song and Playing Back
The TD-6V features a sequencer that can record and play back
accompaniment tracks and drum performances.
This sequencer comes loaded with 170 Preset (internal) songs.
fig.Q-010
4
3
1
2
You can record songs
yourself. For details, refer
to the p. 92.
The song stops suddenly
when playing the pads:
Striking the pad set the
pad pattern function while
a song is playing back will
cause song playback to
switch to the newly
selected song. Some
“songs” are very short, a
few notes, or even one
chord. So “sudden” stops
can be caused by
accidently triggering one
of these short songs.
For more on this function,
refer to p. 63 and p. 114.
■ Choosing a Song
1
Press [SONG].
[SONG] lights, and the SONG screen appears.
fig.Q-011ai
2
44
Press [+] or [-] to select the song.
To see which songs can be
selected here, refer to
“Preset Song List” (p. 128).
By holding down [SHIFT]
and pressing [+] or [-], you
can select the song
category.
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Playing Along with Songs
■ Playing Back a Song
3
Press the [PLAY
[PLAY
] button, and the song will begin playing.
] lights.
fig.Q-012
To stop playback of the song, press [STOP
The [PLAY
].
Quick Start
4
] light goes out.
fig.Q-013
When playback of a song is stopped, you can do the following.
• Pressing [STOP ], returns you to the beginning of the song.
• Pressing [
], advances you to the next measure.
• Pressing [
], returns you to the previous measure.
Convenient Function for Playback
When playing back a Preset song, you can have the buttons corresponding to
the drums being played light up.
You can also have the buttons light even when drum tones are muted,
making this convenient for practicing with the Preset songs.
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PLAY
].
Playback of the song begins, and the buttons corresponding to the
performance of the percussion part drums light up.
Hi-Hat
High Tom
Mid Tom
Low Tom
For details, refer to p. 83.
Function is not available
with songs that have
drums recorded to the
drum kit part (p. 83). You
can't use this function with
the Preset Song #1
"Drums."
Snare
Cymbals
Kick
2. To stop the playback, press [STOP
].
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Playing Along with Songs
Adjusting the Song Volume
You can adjust the song volume to correct the drum kit volume balance.
Song volume consists of the two following adjustments.
Backing Volume:
Adjusts the volume of melodic instruments etc. other than percussion.
Percussion Part Volume:
Adjusts the volume of the drums and percussion sounds.
The volume set here is
applied to all songs.
fig.Q-016
5
1
3
2, 4
■ Setting the Backing Part (Melodic Instruments etc.) Volume
1
While holding down [SHIFT], press [SONG].
The screen for setting the volume level of the melodic instruments etc. appears.
fig.Q-018_50
2
Press [+] or [-] to select the volume.
■ Setting the Drums and Percussion Volume
3
Press [
].
The screen for setting the volume level of the drums and percussion appears.
fig.Q-017_50
46
• The volume balance
among the parts is
adjusted in the “Level”
(SONG/PART/Level; p.
88)
• Here, adjust the volume
of the percussion part.
Although drum
performances in the
Preset songs are
recorded to the
percussion part (except
for preset song #1
“DRUMS”), when you
create your own songs,
what you play on the
pads is recorded to the
drum kit part. The
volume level of the
drum kit part is adjusted
in the “MasterVolume”
(Master Volume) (KIT/
COMMON/
MasterVolume; p. 66).
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Playing Along with Songs
4
5
Press [+] or [-] to select the volume.
When you finish making settings, press [SONG] to end the procedure.
Temporarily Changing the Tempo of a Song
You can temporarily change the tempo of a song while playback is in
progress. The song returns to its preset tempo when a different song is
selected.
fig.Q-014
3
Quick Start
1
2
1
While holding down [SHIFT], press [CLICK (TEMPO)].
The Tempo settings screen appears.
fig.Q-015_50
2
Press [+] or [-] to select the tempo.
3
When you finish making settings, press [EXIT] to end the procedure.
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Playing Along with Songs
Muting the Pre-programmed Drums in Songs
You can mute just the drums recorded in a song. So you can play along.
Try this using Song #8, “FUNK ROK.”
Part Mute settings remain
in effect even when the
song is switched.
fig.Q-019
3
1
Note numbers for muted
drum sounds are
predetermined and cannot
be changed.
Refer to p. 125 for a list of
mute note numbers.
4, 5
1
2
Press [SONG].
[SONG] lights, and the SONG screen appears.
fig.Q-020ai
2
fig.Q-021_50
48
Press [+] or [-] to select Song #8.
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Playing Along with Songs
3
Press the [PLAY
[PLAY
] button, and the song will begin playing.
] lights.
fig.Q-022
4
Press [PART MUTE].
At the factory settings,
pressing [PART MUTE]
mutes only percussion part
drum tones.
5
To hear the drums, press [PART MUTE] once more.
The [PART MUTE] light goes out.
fig.Q-023a
By pressing [SHIFT] +
[PART MUTE], you can
change the part to be
muted (SETUP/UTILITY/
Mute; p. 77).
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Quick Start
[PART MUTE] lights, and the drum sound are muted.
fig.Q-023
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Using the Pads to Play Songs
The pads can also be set so that they start the performance of songs when
struck (Pad Pattern function).
This function is available only with electronic drums.
The Pad Pattern function is already selected in Drum Kit #8, “1ManBand+.”
Use this kit to try out this function.
fig.Q-024
1
• Make the following
settings when selecting
the Pad Pattern function
yourself.
“Pad Ptn (Pad Pattern)”
(KIT/CONTROL/Pad
Ptn; p. 63), “Pad Ptn
Velo (Pad Pattern
Velocity)” (KIT/
CONTROL/Pad Ptn
Velo; p. 63)
• The following are
auxiliary functions
available when you use
songs in which Tap
Playback or One Shot
Playback is specified.
“Quick Play”
(SONG/COMMON/
Quick Play; p. 86),
“Reset Time”
(SONG/COMMON/
Reset Time; p. 86),
“Tap Exc Sw (Tap
Exclusive Switch”
(SONG/COMMON/
Tap Exc Sw; p. 86)
2
1
Press [KIT].
[KIT] lights, and the “DRUM KIT” screen appears.
fig.Q-025ai
2
Press [+] or [-] to select Drum Kit #14.
fig.Q-026_50
3
Playback of the song begins when the following pads are struck.
1 KICK: You can play the bass-line note by note (step by step) with your kick drum.
9 CRASH1 Rim: The chords progress when you strike the pad.
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The following drum kits
use the Pad Pattern
function.
• #5 “LtnPerc+”
• #7 “TblaTun+”
• #8 “1ManBnd+”
•#10 “Guitars+”
Refer to “Drum Kit List” (p.
118) to find other drum
kits. (Kit names with “+”
uses the Pad Pattern
function.)
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Playing with a CD, Tape, or MD (Using MIX IN Jack)
Using the TD-6V’s MIX IN jack allows you to play along with a CD or other
external audio sources.
921
1
Make the connections as shown in the following figure.
fig.Q-027.e
CD/MD deck,
cassette player, etc.
Quick Start
Headphones,
audio equipment, amp, etc.
To prevent malfunction
and/or damage to
speakers or other devices,
always turn down the
volume, and turn off the
power on all devices
before making any
connections.
OUTPUT jack
Use the plug that
matches the device
you are listening with.
Stereo miniature phone type
MIX IN jack
TD-6V
2
When you begin playback of the CD deck or other device, the
performance is then audible through the headphones, audio
equipment, amp, or other device.
Adjust the volume level of
the playback device when
correcting the volume
balance between the CD or
other sound input and the
drum kit.
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Using the TD-6V As a General MIDI Sound Module
The TD-6V features GM mode, allowing it to play back GM scores (music
data for GM sound generators) from an External Sequencer. The TD-6V has a
function that lets you mute only the drum sounds in GM mode, making this
a very useful feature. For details, refer to “Switch to the GM (General MIDI)
Mode (GM Mode)” (p. 99) and “MIDI Messages Stop Function for Specific
Parts in GM (General MIDI) Mode (GM PART)” (p. 102).
When Using the TD-6V as a GM Sound Module (p. 99)
• The TD-6V functions as a 16-part multi-timbre sound module.
• The internal sequencer is disabled.
• Drum kit parts cannot be played using MIDI messages sent from an
external device. They can be played only by playing pads connected
to the TD-6V.
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The TD-6V can also be
used as a sound module
along with MIDI
keyboards and MIDI
sequencers (p. 107).
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Advanced Use
Advanced Use
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Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Drum Kit (Kit Edit)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
fig.01-001.e
KIT
INST (Instrument Settings) (p. 60)
Inst
You can restore drum kits with changed settings to their
original factory settings. Refer to “Restoring the Factory
Settings for the Edited Drum Kit” (p. 68).
fig.01-002.e
Level
Pan
Drum Kit #99
Pitch
Decay
AMBIENCE (Ambience Settings) (p. 62)
Drum Kit #1
Pad Settings
Ambience Switch
Ambience Send Level
Studio Type
KICK
SNARE
HI-HAT
TOM1
Head1
Head2
Head3
Head4
Rim2
Rim3
Rim4
TOM2
AUX
TOM3
TOM4
Head5
Head6
Head7
Head8
Wall Type
Room Size
Ambience Level
EQUALIZER (Equalizer Settings) (p. 64)
Rim7
Rim5
Master Equalizer Switch
High Gain
Low Gain
CONTROL (Settings for Various Functions) (p. 64)
Pad Pattern
Pad Pattern Velocity
Pitch Control Assign
Note Number
Gate Time
COMMON (Overall Drum Kit Settings) (p. 68)
CRASH1
CRASH2
RIDE
Head9
Head10
Head11
Rim9
Rim10
Rim11
Instrument Settings
Inst, Level, Pan, Pitch, Decay
Settings for Various Functions
Pad Pattern Function Settings,
Pitch Control Function Settings,
MIDI Note Number,
MIDI Gate Time
Master Volume
Pedal Hi-Hat Volume
Pitch Control Range
Drum Kit Name
COPY (Copying Drum Kits) (p. 69)
Ambience Settings
On/Off, Performance Space, Wall Surface,
Room Size, Amount of Ambience
EXCHANGE (Exchanging Drum Kits) (p. 70)
Equalizer Settings
About Drum Kits and the Drum
Kit Screen
About the Drum Kits
A drum kit is a collection of settings, including how each
pad’s sound is played, effects settings, hi-hat control pedal
settings, etc.
• There are 99 drum kits altogether.
• You can change the drum kits you like to create new
drum kits.
• Changed settings are saved automatically.
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On/Off, High Gain, Low Gain
Overall Drum Kit Settings
Overall Drum Kit Volume, Drum Kit Name,
Hi-Hat Control Pedal
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Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Drum Kit (Kit Edit)
Choosing a Drum Kit (Drum Kit)
About the Drum Kit Screen
The screen displayed when [KIT] is pressed is referred to as
the Drum Kit screen.
fig.01-003ai
When a drum kit is selected, each pad’s settings, ambience, EQ
settings, etc. are switched.
4
To see what drum kits are provided with the factory settings,
refer to the “Drum Kit List” (p. 118).
1
1
2
3
1. Press [KIT].
[KIT] lights, and the Drum Kit screen appears.
fig.01-004_50
Drum Kit Number
Displays the number of the currently selected drum kit.
2. Press [+] or [-] to select the drum kit.
Drum Kit Name
The name of the currently selected drum kit is displayed.
3
Currently Selected Pad
The trigger input number for the selected pad is indicated.
“ ” appears when a head is selected, and “
when the rim is selected.
Choosing the Pad to Edit
” appears
For instructions on selecting pads, refer to p. 55.
4
Drum Kit: 1–99
GM Mode On/Off
While in GM mode, “
” appears in the screen.
Otherwise, in normal mode, nothing is indicated. For more
detailed information about GM mode, refer to p. 99.
The following two methods can be used for selecting the pad
for which you want to make settings.
Choosing a Pad by Hitting It
1. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
fig.KIT-INST_50
2. Press [ENTER
GM Mode is normally off when the power is turned on.
].
3. Strike the pad to be set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
fig.01-006ai.e
Trigger input number
of the struck pad
You can make settings preventing the display from switching
to the instrument’s settings screen even when the pad is
struck. When the TD-6V is set so that the screen does not
switch, the trigger input number appears in brackets ([ ]). For
more detailed information, refer to “Locking the Setting
Screen While Editing One Instrument (Note Chase)” (p. 57).
fig.01-007ai
55
1
2
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Choosing on the TD-6V
1. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
fig.KIT-INST_50
Notation Used in the Screen
Trigger input numbers and names are indicated in instrument
settings screens.
fig.KIT-INST_50
2. Press [ENTER
].
The instrument selection screen appears.
fig.01-008_50
3. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [
] or [
] to
select the trigger input number for the pad
being set.
The trigger input number being selected for the set pad is
indicated in the upper right of the screen.
The trigger input numbers are shown in the following
sequence.
H01 ➝ H02 ➝ R02 ➝ H03 ➝ R03 ➝ H04 ➝ R04 ➝ H05 ➝
H06 ➝ H07 ➝ H08 ➝ H09 ➝ R09 ➝ H10 ➝ R10 ➝ H11 ➝
R11
fig.01-009ai.e
Selecting the Trigger Input Number
• Settings screens for trigger inputs to which no pad is
connected and for rim trigger inputs for which the
connected pads are not capable of producing rim sounds
are also displayed.
• Trigger Inputs 6 (AUX) and 8 (TOM4) can be used only
when two pads are connected to Trigger Input jacks 5/6
(TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4) (p. 21). In this case,
you cannot use Trigger Inputs 5 (TOM2) and 7 (TOM3).
Only the numbers for the trigger inputs being used, i.e.,
either R05 or H06, and R07 or H08, are indicated.
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Screen
Name
Screen
Name
KIK
KICK
T3
TOM3
SNR
SNARE
T4
TOM4
HH
HI-HAT
CR1
CRASH1
T1
TOM1
CR2
CRASH2
T2
TOM2
RD
RIDE
AUX
AUX
Helpful Edit Functions
Listening to an INST (Instrument)
assigned to a Pad (Preview)
Even when no pad is connected to the TD-6V, you can select
trigger input numbers and make settings while checking out
instrument sounds.
The preview velocity is set in “Preview Velo (Preview
Velocity)” (SETUP/UTILITY/Preview Velo; p. 78).
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [
select the trigger input number.
] or [
] to
The trigger input number for the selected pad is indicated
in the upper right of the screen.
2. While holding down [SHIFT], press [KIT]
You can preview instruments.
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Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Drum Kit (Kit Edit)
Locking the Setting Screen While
Editing One Instrument (Note Chase)
Note Chase is a function in which a pad is selected either by
striking the pad or when MIDI data corresponding to that pad
is received. The display automatically switches to the settings
screen when the pad settings are made.
To prevent the settings screen from switching if you happen to
tap or touch other pads while making settings, set this to
“OFF.”
If you want to set other pads with this setting remaining at
“OFF,” you can switch settings screens by holding down
[SHIFT] and pressing [
] or [
] to select the trigger input
About the Instruments
The TD-6V features 1,024 different instruments which are
categorized into 13 separate groups, such as KICK, SNARE,
and TOM.
You can individually adjust the Level, Pan, Pitch, and Decay
settings for instruments set to the pads.
Choosing from the Group Names
(Inst Group)
Find and select instruments from the Group names.
number.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
] to select “MIDI COMMON.”
To see which instrument groups can be selected here, refer to
“Drum Instrument List” (p. 120).
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
fig.SETUP-MIDICMN_50
1
2. Press [
Choosing an Instrument
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [ENTER
].
fig.KIT-INST_50
fig.01-010_50
3. Press [ENTER
4. Press [-] to select “OFF.”
Even when another pad is struck, the pad settings screen
is prevented from switching.
4. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
fig.01-012ai.e
fig.01-011_50
Instrument Group
5. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
When “Note Chase” is set to “OFF,” the trigger input
number appears in brackets ([ ]).
].
Instrument Number
Trigger Input
Number
Instrument Name
5. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [+] or [-] to select
the instrument group.
fig.01-011aai.e
Inst Group:
KICK, SNARE, TOM, HI-HAT, CRASH, RIDE,
PERC, SPECIAL, MELODIC, VOICES, REVERSE,
FIXED HI-HAT, OFF
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Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Drum Kit (Kit Edit)
Choosing an Instrument (Inst)
Select the instrument you want to sound when the pad is
struck.
Instrument Settings (INST)
You can each adjust the Level, Pan, Pitch, and Decay settings
for each instruments assigned to a pad.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
To see which instruments can be selected here, refer to “Drum
Instrument List” (p. 120).
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
fig.KIT-INST_50
No sound is played if the pads are struck when the instrument
is set to “1024 OFF.”
• When the “HI-HAT” instrument group is selected for a
pad, you can then use a hi-hat control pedal to control the
opening and closing of the hi-hat.
• When the hi-hat control pedal is pressed, the pedal hi-hat
tone automatically switches according to the instrument
set for the Trigger Input 3 (HI-HAT) head. The closed hihat (foot) can not be changed separately.
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
set.
] to select the parameter to be
fig.01-015ai.e
Parameter to set
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
fig.01-016ai.e
fig.KIT-INST_50
].
Value
4. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
fig.01-012ai.e
Instrument Group
Instrument Number
Trigger Input
Number
Instrument Name
5. Press [+] or [-] to select the instrument.
You can select the instrument group by holding down
[SHIFT] and pressing [+] or [-] (p. 57).
Inst: 1–1024
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5. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
3. Press [ENTER
] or [
7. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
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Adjusting the Volume of the Pad (Level)
Adjusting the Pitch (Pitch)
Adjusts the volume of the instrument. Raising the value will
increase the volume. With a setting of “0,” no sound is
produced.
Adjusts the pitch of the instrument. The pitch is raised the
higher the value is set. When set to “0,” the sound is played at
the instrument’s default value.
Make the adjustment here when correcting the volume
balance between instruments.
For some instruments, raising or lowering the value beyond a
certain point may not produce further change.
The pedal hi-hat volume is set in “Pedal HH Vol (Pedal HiHat Volume)” (KIT/COMMON/Pedal HH Vol; p. 66).
fig.01-019_50
fig.01-017_50
Pitch: -480–+480
Level: 0–127
This adjusts the instrument’s pan setting (the perceived
position of the sound between left and right speakers).
• Pan settings apply to both the head and rim. The rim
settings value appears in parentheses. If either the head
or rim settings are changed, the settings for the other are
changed automatically.
Adjusts the decay of the instrument’s sound. Higher settings
will result in a longer decay time. When set to “0,” the sound
is played at the instrument’s default value.
For some instruments, raising or lowering the value beyond a
certain point may not produce further change.
fig.01-020.e
Volume
fig.01-017a_50
• This setting is applied only when connected in stereo.
-31
0 +31
Decay
Time
fig.01-018_50
fig.01-021_50
Pan: L15–CENTER–R15, RANDOM, ALTERNATE
L15:
Sound is positioned at the extreme left.
CENTER:
Sound is positioned in the center.
R15:
Sound is positioned at the extreme right.
RANDOM:
The panning changes randomly each time the
pad is struck.
Decay: -31–+31
ALTERNATE: The panning alternately switches between left
and right each time the pad is struck.
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1
Setting the Pan Position (Pan)
Adjusting the Decay (Length of
Sound) (Decay)
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Ambience Settings (AMBIENCE)
Here you can choose (on a per drum kit basis) the location,
room size, wall material, etc.
1. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
2. Press [
Ambience “Send” Level for Each
Instrument (Ambience Send Level)
You can adjust the ambience level for each instrument
individually. The ambience effect deepens the higher the
value is set. When set to “0,” no ambience is applied.
Strike a pad to select it, then make the setting.
] to select “AMBIENCE.”
fig.KIT-AMB_50
The entire drum kit’s overall ambience depth is set in “Amb
Level (Ambience Level)” (KIT/AMBIENCE/Amb Level; p.
61).
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.01-025_50
fig.01-022ai.e
AmbSendLevel (Ambience Send Level):0–127
Parameter to set
Choose “Location” Where the
Drums are Played (Studio Type)
5. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.01-023ai.e
Value
6. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
The TD-6V includes nine different internal Studio Types you
can select for the drum “location.” Before you make detailed
settings, use this setting to select the basic type of acoustic
environment in which you will be playing.
fig.01-026_50
Switching Ambience On/Off
(Ambience Switch)
This switches the ambience on and off.
fig.01-024_50
Ambience Sw (Ambience Switch): OFF, ON
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Studio (Studio Type):
LIVING (Living Room), BATHROOM,
STUDIO (Recording Studio), GARAGE,
LOCKER (Locker Room), THEATER, CAVE,
GYM (Gymnasium),
STADIUM (Domed Stadium)
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Changing the Wall Surface
Material (Wall Type)
Adjusting the Entire Drum Kit’s
Overall Ambience (Ambience Level)
Select the surface material of the walls in the room in which
the drums are played.
Adjusts the amount of overall ambience level used for each
drum kit. The ambience effect deepens the higher the value is
set. When set to “0,” no ambience is applied.
fig.01-027_50
WallType (Wall Type): WOOD, PLASTER, GLASS
WOOD:
Simulates the sound of a wood-walled room producing a
warm sound.
The ambience level for each individual instrument is set in
“Amb Snd Lvl (Ambience Send Level)” (KIT/AMBIENCE/
(AmbSendLevel; p. 60).
fig.01-029_50
PLASTER:
Simulates a plaster-walled room producing a more “naturally
live” sound.
Amb Level (Ambience Level): 0–127
1
GLASS:
Simulates a glass-walled room producing a very bright
ambience.
Determine the Room Size (Room Size)
Select the size the room in which the drums are played.
fig.01-028_50
Room Size: SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE
Ambience
Send Level
Ambience
x 19
Drum Kit
Head x 11
Master
Level Volume
Pan
Studio
Wall Type
Room Size
Amb Level
Equalizer
Rim x 8
x 19
x 19
Ambience
Send Level
Part
High Gain
Low Gain
x4
Level
Pan
Part1–4
x4
x4
Ambience
Send Level
Level
Percussion
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Equalizer Settings (EQUALIZER)
A two-band equalizer (for high and low frequency ranges) is
used to adjust the sound of each drum kit.
An equalizer lets you boost or cut specified frequency ranges
to adjust the tone. You can make separate settings for the
amount of boost or cut (the gain) in the high-frequency and
low-frequency ranges.
Adjusting the Sound (High Gain,
Low Gain)
Set the amount of boost or cut (GAIN) in the high frequencies
(HIGH) and low frequencies (LOW). Raise to boost the sound,
lower to cut. The equalizer has no effect when “GAIN” is set
to “0.”
fig.01-033_50 (KIT EDIT-HighGain)
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
High Gain: -12dB–+12dB
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
] to select “EQUALIZER.”
fig.01-034_50 (KIT EDIT-LowGain)
fig.KIT-EQ_50
Low Gain: -12dB–+12dB
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.01-030ai.e
Settings for Various Functions
(CONTROL)
These are settings for a variety of different features, such as
one that lets you start a song by striking a pad (Pad Pattern
function; p. 63) and a function whereby you can use the hi-hat
control pedal to control instrument pitches (Pitch Control; p.
64), along with MIDI Note Number and MIDI Gate Time
settings.
Parameter to set
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.01-031ai.e
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
Value
7. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
] to select “CONTROL.”
fig.KIT-CTRL_50 (KIT EDIT-CTRL)
Switching the Equalizer On/Off
(Master Equalizer Switch)
Switches the equalizer on and off.
fig.01-032_50
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.01-035ai.e
Master EQ Sw (Master Equalizer Switch):
OFF, ON
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Parameter to set
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The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
7. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.01-036ai.e
Value
8. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
Playing a Song by Hitting a Pad
(Pad Pattern)
The Pad Pattern function is a feature that lets you start the
performance of pre-specified songs by striking the pads. This
function provides a very convenient way to use songs during
a live performance or when practicing.
The Song Set “LOOP” or “ONE SHOT”
LOOP: After the song is played back all the way to the end,
playback then repeats, starting at the beginning of the song.
ONE SHOT: Playback stops once the end of the song is
reached. Each time the pad is struck returns you to the
beginning of the song and starts playback.
When triggering/playing a song that is set to “LOOP” or
“ONE SHOT” mode, if you trigger another song (from a pad,
also in “LOOP” or “ONE SHOT” mode then the last song
played will have priority. Don't forget that some “songs” are
very short, a few notes, or even one chord. So “sudden” stops
can be caused by accidently triggering one of these short
songs. Always check your Pad Pattern settings.
If you have switched a song whose instrument settings are
different, the sound may be interrupted for an instant.
The Song Set “Tap”
The sounds are played back in sequence each time the pad is
struck.
If you are playing a song set “LOOP” or “ONE SHOT” and
you then play a song set to TAP playback....then you can use/
listen to both at the same time.
• To see which songs can be selected here, refer to “Preset
Song List” (p. 128).
• For the play type of the song, refer to p. 85.
• This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
• Performances using the Pad Pattern function cannot be
recorded to sequencers.
• You can select the song Category by holding down
[SHIFT] and pressing [+] or [-].
• You can preview a song by holding down [SHIFT] and
pressing [KIT].
• To prevent the sound of an instrument assigned to a pad
from playing, set the instrument’s “Level” to “0” (KIT/
INST/Level; p. 59).
• You can get a stronger response when striking the pads
by playing back with the song’s velocity changed (KIT/
CONTROL/Pad Ptn Velo; p. 63).
• The TD-6V features auxiliary functions for songs set to
One Shot Playback and Tap Playback.
For more details, refer to
“Quick Play” (SONG/COMMON/Quick Play; p. 86),
“Reset Time” (SONG/COMMON/Reset Time; p. 86),
and “Tap Exc Sw (Tap Exclusive Switch)” (SONG/
COMMON/Tap Exc Sw; p. 86).
fig.01-037ai.e
Play Type
Song Number
Song Name
1
6. Strike the pad you wish to set.
Pad Ptn (Pad Pattern): OFF, 1–270
Control the “Level” of the Pattern
with Playing Dynamics (Pad
Pattern Velocity)
When performing with the Pad Pattern function, you can have
the velocity used for playback of the song change according to
the force with which the pads are struck. When set to “OFF,”
the song is played back using the velocity specified for the
song, regardless of how strongly the pads are struck.
• This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
• When “Pad Ptn (Pad Pattern)” is set to “OFF,” a
horizontal line (
) is displayed, and you cannot make
this setting. Refer to the previous section, then after
selecting the song, make the setting.
fig.01-037a_50
fig.01-038_50
Pad Ptn Velo (Pad Pattern Velocity): OFF, ON
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Pitch Control with the Hi-Hat
Control Pedal On/Off for Each Pad
(Pitch Control Assign)
Pitch Control is a function that lets you change the pitch of an
instrument assigned to a pad according to the amount the hihat control pedal is pressed. Releasing the pedal returns the
instrument to its original pitch.
Here, make the Pitch Control on/off setting for each pad.
When set to “OFF,” the instrument’s pitch remains
unchanged.
The range over which the pitch changes is set in
“PchCtrlRange (Pitch Control Range)” (KIT/COMMON/
PchCtrlRange; p. 66).
• To prevent the pedal hi-hat sound from being played
when the hi-hat pedal is pressed, set “Pedal HH Vol
(Pedal Hi-Hat Volume)” to “0” (KIT/COMMON/Pedal
HH Vol; p. 66).
• To make pitch changes occur more smoothly, set
“PdlDataThin (Pedal Data Thin)” to “1” or “OFF”
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/PdlDataThin; p. 99).
MIDI Note Number for Each Pad
(Note Number)
In each drum kit, you can set the MIDI note numbers to be
transmitted/received by each pad.
For the hi-hat, make the setting only for the note number for
the Open Hi-Hat (default setting is 46 (A#2)). With this setting,
the closed hi-hat (initial settings value of 42 (F#2)) and pedal
hi-hat (initial settings value of 44 (G#2)) are changed together
to the open setting.
This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
When the open hi-hat note number is set to “60 (C4),” the note
number for the closed hi-hat becomes “56 (G#3)” and the note
number for the pedal hi-hat becomes “58 (A#3).”
For information on factory-set note number settings, refer to
“Drum Kit Note Numbers” (p. 125) in the “Preset Percussion
Set List.”
fig.01-041_50
fig.01-039_50
Note No. (Note Number): 0 (C -) –127 (G 9)
Pitch Ctrl (Pitch Control Assign): OFF, ON
Sounding an External MIDI Device by
Playing Pads Connected to the TD-6V
Specify the MIDI note numbers (key numbers on a keyboard)
that will be transmitted by the TD-6V when the pads are
struck.
Set this to the note number of the sound that you wish to play
on the external sound module or sampler.
Using an External MIDI Device to Play
TD-6V Drum Kit Part Sounds
(TD-6V Used As Sound Module)
Specify the note number corresponding to the pad. When the
TD-6V receives the note number specified here, the
instrument assigned to the pad is played.
On the TD-6V, the drum kit part and percussion part can both
be set to Channel 10 at the same time.
When two parts are set to channel 10, you should also set
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When Setting Multiple Pads to the Same Note
Number
When using an external MIDI device to play TD-6V drum kits,
if overlapping note numbers are received, the instrument
assigned to the pad connected to the lowest-numbered trigger
input is sounded.
When note numbers for the head and rim are duplicated, the
head instrument is played.
When the pad is struck, the note number set for the pad is
sent.
When the same note number is assigned to more than one
pad, then “ ” appears in the settings screen for the pad that
is prevented from sounding even when the Note Number is
received.
MIDI Gate Time for Each Pad
(Gate Time)
For each pad, you can specify the length of time the note will
“hold” during transmission from the MIDI OUT.
Percussion sound modules normally produce sound only in
response to “Note on” messages, and ignore “Note off”
messages. However general-purpose sound modules or
samplers do receive the note-off messages that are transmitted
and respond by turning off the sound.
At the factory settings, the Gate Time setting is set to the
minimum value, since a drum sound module will likely not
make use of it. If a sound module received this data as it is
receiving a Note OFF message, the interval will be too short,
so most sounds will not be played (or it may sound like barely
perceptible noise). To avoid this problem, set a longer gate
time for each pad that is to be played.
This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
fig.01-045_50
1
“CH10Priority (Channel 10 Priority)” to determine whether
the instrument (the drum kit part) or the percussion set
instrument (the percussion part) is to be played when the note
number is received (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/CH10Priorty;
p. 98).
fig.01-040ai
Gate Time: 0.1–8.0 sec (0.1 sec. steps)
The following appears in the display when “38 (D2)” is
specified for the head (H02) and rim (R02) of Trigger Input 2
(SNARE) and the head (H04) of Trigger Input 4 (TOM1).
fig.01-042ai.e
Trigger Input 2 (SNARE) Head
Trigger Input 2 (SNARE) Rim
Trigger Input 4 (TOM1) Head
In this case, when Note Number 38 (D2) is received, the
instrument assigned to the HEAD of TRIGGER INPUT 2
(SNARE) is played.
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Overall Drum Kit Settings
(COMMON)
Adjusting the Volume of the Pedal
Hi-Hat Sound (Pedal Hi-Hat Volume)
For each drum kit, you can adjust the volume of the pedal hihat that sound (when the hi-hat control pedal is pressed). The
higher the value is set, the greater the volume. With a setting
of “0,” no sound is produced.
Make the settings for each drum kit.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
Set the volume level of other pads with the “Level” setting
(KIT/INST/Level; p. 59).
] to select “COMMON.”
fig.KIT-CMN_50
fig.01-049_50 (KIT-COMMON-Pedal-Hat)
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
Pedal HH Vol (Pedal Hi-Hat Volume): 0–15
fig.01-046ai.e
Setting the Range for the Pitch
Control with the Hi-Hat Control
Pedal (Pedal Pitch Control Range)
Parameter to set
Pitch Control is a function that lets you change the pitch of an
instrument assigned to a pad according to the amount the hihat control pedal is pressed.
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.01-047ai.e
Releasing the pedal returns the instrument to its original pitch.
Value
7. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
Overall Drum Kit Volume
(Master Volume)
You can adjust the overall volume of the drum kit while
preserving the volume balance between each of the pads. The
higher the value is set, the greater the volume. With a setting
of “0,” no sound is produced.
The volume balance among the pads is adjusted in the “Level”
(KIT/INST/Level; p. 59).
The degree to which the pitch is to change when the hi-hat
control pedal is pressed is set in semitone (half-step)
increments from -24 (down two octaves) to +24 (up two
octaves). When set to “0,” there is no change in pitch.
Pitch Control is turned on and off in the “Pitch Ctrl (Pitch
Control)” setting (KIT/CONTROL/Pitch Ctrl; p. 64).
• To prevent the pedal hi-hat sound from being played
when the hi-hat pedal is pressed, set “Pedal HH Vol
(Pedal Hi-Hat Volume)” to “0” (KIT/COMMON/Pedal
HH Vol; p. 66).
• To have changes in pitch occur smoothly, set
“PdlDataThin (Pedal Data Thin)” to “1” or “OFF”
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/PdlDataThin; p. 99).
fig.01-050_50
fig.01-048_50
MasterVolume (Master Volume): 0–127
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PchCtrlRange (Pedal Pitch Control Range):
-24–+24
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Chapter 1 Creating Your Own Drum Kit (Kit Edit)
Naming the Drum Kit (Kit Name)
4. Press [ENTER
Each kit can be given a name of up to 8 characters.
5. Press [+] or [-] to select the copy-source drum
kit.
Press [
] or [
] to move the cursor (under bar) to the
character you want to change, then press [+] or [-] to select the
character.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [+] switches
through the following sequence: uppercase alphabet ➝
lowercase alphabet ➝ 0 ➝ ! ➝ space. Holding down
[SHIFT] and pressing [-] switches through the sequence
in reverse order.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [
] deletes the
character at the cursor position and closes the resulting
space by shifting forward the characters that follow.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [
] inserts a space
at the character at the cursor position and shifts back the
characters that follow.
].
fig.01-052ai.e
Drum Kit Number
6. Press [
Drum Kit Name
].
The copy destination drum kit selection screen appears.
7. Press [+] or [-] to select the copy-destination
drum kit.
fig.01-053ai.e
Drum Kit Number
8. Press [ENTER
Drum Kit Name
].
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
fig.01-051_50
1
fig.01-054_50
KitName (Drum Kit Name): 8 characters
The following characters may be used.
fig.lettersai.e
9. Press [ENTER
] to execute the operation.
When you have finished copying the drum kit, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.01-055_50
space
10. When you finish copying, press [KIT] to end the
procedure.
Copying a Drum Kit (COPY)
You can copy the instrument, ambience, equalizer, and all
other settings in a drum kit.
Executing this operation deletes the content of the copy
destination, so check all content carefully before carrying out
this operation.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
Src (Copy Source):
P01–P99 (Factory Setting Drum Kits),
U01–U99 (Drum Kits)
Select a drum kit marked with “ ” as the copy source (P01–
P99) to restore original factory drum kits.
Dst (Copy Destination):
U01–U99 (Drum Kits)
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
] to select “COPY.”
fig.KIT-COPY_50
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Restoring the Factory Settings for
the Edited Drum Kit
7. Press [+] or [-] to select the (second) drum kit to
be exchanged.
fig.01-057ai.e
You can restore reconfigured drum kits to their original
factory conditions.
Drum Kit Copy Function
Follow the procedure described on p. 67 to select a drum kit
marked with “
” (P01–P99) as the copy source.
Drum Kit Number
8. Press [ENTER
Drum Kit Name
].
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
fig.01-058_50
Factory Reset Function
1. Select the drum kit that you want to return to
factory conditions.
2. Follow the procedure for Factory Reset (p. 78)
to select “THIS DRUM KIT.”
9. Press [ENTER
] to execute the operation.
When you have finished exchanging the drum kits, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.01-059_50
Switching the Order of the
Drum Kits (EXCHANGE)
You can switch (exchange) the place in order of any two drum
kits.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [KIT], then [EDIT].
[KIT] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
] to select “EXCHANGE.”
fig.KIT-XCHG_50
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [+] or [-] to select the (first) drum kit to be
exchanged.
fig.01-056ai.e
Drum Kit Number
6. Press [
68
].
Drum Kit Name
10. When you finish exchanging, press [KIT] to end
the procedure.
Src (Exchange Source):
U01–U99 (Drum Kits)
Dst (Exchange Destination):
U01–U99 (Drum Kits)
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Chapter 2 Making the Pad and Trigger Settings (SETUP/TRIG)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
fig.02-001.e
SETUP
TRIGGER BASIC (Pad Sensitivity Settings) (p. 72)
Trigger Type
Sensitivity
Threshold
Selecting the Pad Type
(Trigger Type)
To ensure that the TD-6V accurately receives signals sent from
the pads, be sure to specify the trigger type (the type of pads
being used).
Set each trigger input as described below.
Trigger Curve
Crosstalk Cancel
TRIGGER ADVANCED (Detailed Pad Settings) (p. 74)
Scan Time
Retrigger Cancel
Setting the trigger type allows the TD-6V to accurately detect
the force used to strike the pads and avoid secondary
sounding of a pad (retriggering). You can also set this up for
PD-85 and PD-120 rim shots.
After making the trigger type settings, adjust the pad
sensitivity and carry out other adjustments as needed.
Mask Time
Rim Sensitivity
When you set the Trigger Type, the following parameters are
automatically set to the most efficient values.
They should be adjusted as necessary to match the actual state of
your configuration and the environment in which it is being used.
About the Screen Display
Notation Used in the Screen
Trigger input numbers and names are indicated in pad and
trigger settings screens.
Basic Trigger Parameter
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC; p. 71)
fig.SETUP-BASIC
2
• Sensitivity
• Threshold
• TrigCurve
Screen
KIK
SNR
HH
T1
T2
AUX
Name
KICK
SNARE
HI-HAT
TOM1
TOM2
AUX
Screen
T3
T4
CR1
CR2
RD
Name
TOM3
TOM4
CRASH1
CRASH2
RIDE
About the Input Indicator
The input indicator is indicated in the pad and trigger settings
screens as shown in the following. A flag is raised when the
indicator reaches the maximum position (
fig.P-020aai.e
Indicator
).
Advanced Trigger Parameter
(SETUP/TRIG ADVNCD; p. 73)
• Scan TIme
• Retrig Cancel
• Mask Time
• Rim Sens
Trigger parameters other than Trigger Type influence the
head AND the rim.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
2. Press [
] to select “TRIG BASIC.”
fig.SETUP-BASIC_50
Maximum Indication
Indicator (Maximum)
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3. Press [ENTER
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
].
fig.02-002ai.e
4. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
You can also make your selection by holding down [Shift]
and pressing [
] or [
].
When rim is selected, "Rim" becomes the set value, and
no changes can be made to the setting. Select head, then
make the settings for the head. However, using AUX and
TOM4 requires selecting the rim settings for TOM2 and
TOM3.
fig.02-003ai.e
This setting applies to both the head and rim.
5. Find the trigger type for the pad you are using
from the following chart.
Pad
PD-8
PD-6
PD-7
PD-9
RP-2
PD-80
PD-80R
PD-85
PD-100
PD-120
PD-105
PD-125
KD-8
Trigger Type
Pad
PD-8
KD-7
PD Type
KD-80
KD-85
KD-120
PD-80R
CY-8
CY-6
CY-12H
CY-12R/C
CY-14C
PD-120
CY-15R
PD-125
RT-7K
RT-5S
KD-8
RT-3T
Rim Edge
Trigger Type
KD Type
CY-8
CY Type
RT-7K
RT-5S
RT-3T
Rim
• Use the “RT-7K,” “RT-5S,” or “RT-3T”setting when you
use acoustic drums to sound the TD-6V. For details refer
to “Using the TD-6V with Acoustic Triggers” (p. 75).
There may be no improvement of conditions when nonRoland pads are used, even after changing the trigger
parameter settings. For fullest expression in performance,
we recommend the exclusive use of Roland pads.
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Value
7. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
TrigTyp (Trigger Type):
PD-8, PD Type, PD-80R, PD-120, PD-125, KD-8,
KD Type, CY-8, CY Type, RT-7K, RT-5S, RT-3T,
RIM
Connecting Two Pads to Trigger Input
5/6 (TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4)
1. With a single pad connected to each of the
trigger inputs, carry out Steps 1-3 as described
above.
2. Select a pad by striking the pad's rim.
If using Trigger Input 5/6 (TOM2/AUX), select the
TOM2 rim; to use Trigger Input 7/8 (TOM3/4), select the
TOM3 rim.
You can also make your selection by holding down [Shift]
and pressing [
] or [
].
3. Press [-] to change the trigger input number
and name to "AUX:H06" or "TOM4:H08" and
enable AUX or TOM4.
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When connecting the pads, refer to the instructions in
“Connecting Two Pads to Trigger Inputs 5/6 (TOM2/
AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4)” (p. 21).
5. Press [+] and [-] to set the trigger type for the
pads used for AUX and TOM4.
To enable the TOM2 and TOM3 rims again, set the AUX
and TOM4 trigger type to "Rim."
If you hit a rim shot BEFORE restoring the AUX and
TOM4 trigger type to "Rim" while a PD-8 or other pad is
connected, the AUX and TOM4 sounds will play instead
of the TOM2 and TOM3 rim sounds, and the dynamic
response won't be correct. Change the settings back to
"Rim."
You can assign different instruments to TOM2 and AUX,
and TOM3 and TOM4.
Setting the Pad Sensitivity
and Making Other Settings
(TRIGGER BASIC)
You can make more detailed settings for the pad type and
sensitivity.
The following parameters (Basic Trigger Parameters except
the “Xtalk Cancel”) are automatically set to the most efficient
values for each pad when you select the “TrigTyp (Trigger
Type)” (SETUP/TRIG BASIC/TrigTyp; p. 69).
Make the settings for each parameter as needed.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
2. Press [
] to select “TRIG BASIC.”
fig.SETUP-BASIC_50
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.02-004ai.e
2
4. Disconnect the connecting cable, then connect
two pads to TRIGGER INPUT 5/6 and 7/8 using
the optional cable (PCS-31).
Parameter to set
5. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears, and the
input indicator fluctuates.
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.02-005ai.e
Value
7. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
Adjusting the Pad Sensitivity (Sensitivity)
Adjust the sensitivity of the pad to regulate the pad response.
Higher settings result in higher sensitivity, so that the pad will
produce a loud volume even when struck softly.
Adjust the “Sensitivity” value so that the strongest strikes
cause the input indicator (p. 69) to reach nearly all the way to
the maximum level.
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Adjust How Playing Dynamics
Changes the Volume (Trigger Curve)
fig.02-006_50
This setting allows to control the relation between the velocity
(striking force) and changes in volume (the dynamic curve.)
Adjust this curve until the response feels as natural as
possible.
Sensitivity: 1–16
Setting the Minimum Levels for the
Pads (Threshold)
This setting allows a trigger signal to be received only when
the pad is struck harder than a specified force. This can be
used to prevent a pad from sounding in response to
extraneous vibrations from another pad.In the following
example, B will sound but A and C will not sound.
fig.02-007.e
Threshold
A
B
C
fig.02-009_50
TrigCurve (Trigger Curve):
LINEAR, EXP1, EXP2, LOG1, LOG2, SPLINE,
LOUD1, LOUD2
LINEAR:
The standard setting. This produces the most natural correspondence
between the strength of the strike and the change in volume.
fig.02-010.e
Volume
When set to a higher value, no sound is produced when the
pad is struck lightly.
Gradually raise the “Threshold” value while striking the pad.
Check this and adjust accordingly. Repeat this process until
you get the perfect setting for your playing style.
Striking Force
LINEAR
EXP1,EXP2:
Compared to LINEAR, a strong strike will produce a greater change.
fig.02-011.e
Volume
Volume
fig.02-008_50
Threshold: 0–15
Striking Force
EXP1
EXP2
LOG1,LOG2:
Compared to LINEAR, a soft strike will produce a greater change.
fig.02-012.e
Volume
Volume
Striking Force
LOG1
72
LOG2
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SPLINE:
Extreme changes are made in response to the force used to
strike the pad.
fig.02-013.e
Volume
The pad’s settings screen is not switched when “Note Chase” is
set to “OFF” (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/Note Chase; p. 57, p. 97).
fig.02-025_50
Striking Force
LOUD1, LOUD2:
Changes made in response to the striking force are minor,
maintaining a volume level at which it is easy to play. When
using drum triggers, these settings help maintain stable levels.
fig.02-014.e (LOUD)
Volume
Volume
Striking Force
LOUD1
LOUD2
Eliminate Crosstalk Between Pads
(Crosstalk Cancel)
When two pads are mounted on the same stand, the vibration
produced by hitting one pad may trigger the sound from
another pad unintentionally (This is called crosstalk.) You
can avoid this problem by adjusting Crosstalk Cancel on the
pad that is sounding inadvertently.
If the value is set too high, then when two pads are played
simultaneously, the one that is struck less forcefully will not
sound. So be careful and set this parameter to the minimum
value required to prevent such crosstalk. With a setting of
“OFF,” crosstalk prevention does not function.
Xtalk Cancel (Crosstalk Cancel):
OFF, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65,
70, 75, 80
Fine-Tuning the Trigger
Parameter Settings
(TRIGGER ADVANCED)
The following parameters (Advanced Trigger Parameters) are
automatically set to the most efficient values for each pad
when you select the TRIGGER TYPE (SETUP/TRIG BASIC/
TrigTyp; p. 69), and don’t require adjustment, except if you
experience any of the problems that are discussed below.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT (SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
2
SPLINE
2. Press [
] to select “TRIG ADVNCD.”
fig.SETUP-ADVNCD_50 (SETUP-ADVNCD)
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.02-017ai.e
Parameter to set
In some cases, you can prevent crosstalk between two pads
you have connected by increasing the distance between the
pads.
Example:
When hitting a snare pad, the hi-hat cymbal also
sounds
Set the “Xtalk Cancel (Crosstalk Cancel) for the pad being
used for the hi-hat while striking the snare pad. Striking the
snare pad, raise the “CROSSTALK” setting for the hi-hat
cymbal pad from “OFF” through “20,” “25.”.. until crosstalk
no longer occurs. As this value is raised, the hi-hat cymbal pad
will be less prone to receive crosstalk from other pads.
5. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears, and the
input indicator fluctuates.
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.02-018ai.e
Value
7. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
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Adjusting the Trigger Signal
Detection Time (Scan Time)
Since the rise time of the trigger signal waveform may differ
slightly depending on the characteristics of each pad or
acoustic drum trigger (drum pickup), you may notice that
identical hits (velocity) may produce sound at different
volumes. If this occurs, you can adjust the “SCAN TIME” so
that your velocity of playing can be detected more precisely.
As the value is set higher, the time it takes for the sound to be
played increases.
fig.02-019.e
Scan Time
Time
played fast (roll etc.). Set this to the lowest value possible
while still ensuring that there is no retriggering.
You can also eliminate this problem of retriggering with the
Mask Time setting. Mask Time does not detect trigger signals
if they occur within the specified amount of time after the
previous trigger signal was received. Retrigger Cancel detects
the attenuation of the trigger signal level, and triggers the
sound after internally determining which trigger signals were
actually generated when the head was struck, while weeding
out the other false trigger signals that need not trigger a
sound.
Making the settings
While repeatedly striking the pad, raise the “Retrig Cancel”
value until retriggering no longer occurs.
fig.02-022_50
Making the settings
While repeatedly hitting the pad at a constant force, gradually
raise the Scan Time value from 0 msec, until the resulting
volume stabilizes at the loudest level. At this setting, try both
soft and loud strikes, and make sure that the volume changes
appropriately.
Retrig Cancel (Retrigger Cancel): 1–16
Double Triggering Prevention
(Mask Time)
fig.02-020_50
Scan Time: 0–4.0 (ms) (0.1ms steps)
Detecting Trigger Signal Attenuation
and Cancelling Incorrect Triggering
(Retrigger Cancel)
Playing snare drum pads and other devices with
commercially available acoustic drum triggers attached may
result in altered waveforms, which may also cause inadvertent
sounding at Point A in the following figure.
fig.02-021.e
On a kick pad, for example, if the beater bounces back and
strikes the pad a second time immediately after the intended
stroke—or, like with acoustic drums if you leave the bass
drum beater against the head—it can cause a single strike to
“double trigger” (two sounds instead of the intended one).
The Mask Time setting helps to prevent such problems. Once
a pad has been hit, any additional trigger signals occurring
within the specified “MASKTIME” (0–64 msec) will be
ignored.
When set to a high value, it then becomes easy for sounds to
be omitted when the kick is struck repeatedly in rapid
succession. Set this to as low a value as you can.
fig.02-023.e
Mask Time
A
Time
Time
Sound not produced
This occurs in particular at the decaying edge of the
waveform. Retrigger Cancel detects such distortion in and
prevents retriggering from occurring.
Although setting this to a high value prevents retriggering, it
then becomes easy for sounds to be omitted when the drums
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If two or more sounds are being produced when you strike the
head just once, then adjust Retrigger Cancel.
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Chapter 2 Making the Pad and Trigger Settings (SETUP/TRIG)
Making the settings
While stepping on the pad being used for the kick, raise the
“Mask Time” value until there is no more bouncing (sounds
made by the rebounding of the beater).
Using the TD-6V with Acoustic
Triggers
First, attach an RT-series drum trigger (or commercially
available acoustic drum trigger) to the acoustic drums. When
finished, proceed with the following settings.
fig.02-024_50
1. Set the trigger type to “RT-3T,” “RT-5S,” or “RT7K.”
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Trig Type; p. 69)
Setting Rim Sensitivity on the PD80R, PD-85, PD-105, PD-120, and
PD-125 (Rim Sens)
When a PD-80R, PD-85, PD-105, PD-120 or PD-125 is used
for TRIGGER INPUT 2 (SNARE), you can then adjust the Rim
Sensitivity.
Setting this to a higher value makes it easier to get rim sounds.
When set to “OFF,” playing a rim shot produces the head
instrument’s sound. Increasing the value excessively may
cause the rim instrument to sound as well when the head is
struck.
2. Set “Threshold” to “0” as a reference value.
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Threshold; p. 72)
3. Set “TrigCurve (Trigger Curve)” to “LINEAR” as
a reference value.
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/TrigCurve; p. 72)
4. Set the “Sensitivity.”
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Sensitivity; p. 71)
5. Set the “Scan Time.”
(SETUP/TRIG ADVNCD/Scan Time; p. 74)
Strike the head several times with the same force, and
adjust this parameter if the volume is uneven.
6. Set the “Retrig Cancel (Retrigger Cancel).”
(SETUP/TRIG ADVNCD/Retrig Cancel; p. 74)
This prevents multiple notes from sounding when a
drum is struck once (mainly for a snare drum or toms).
• This can be adjusted only when the Trigger Input 2
“Trigger Type (Trig Type)” is set to either “PD-80R,”
“PD-120,” or “PD-125” (SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Trig Type;
p. 69).
7. Set the “Mask Time.”
(SETUP/TRIG ADVNCD/Mask Time; p. 74)
• When the trigger type is set to something other than “PD80R,” “PD-120,” or “PD-125,” or when a trigger input
other than Trigger Input 2 is selected, a horizontal line
8. Set the “Xtalk Cancel (Crosstalk Cancel).”
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Xtalk Cancel; p. 73)
(
) appears, and you cannot make the setting.
fig.02-015_50
• You cannot adjust the rim sensitivity of the PD-7, PD-8,
and PD-9. Both rim and head use the same values.
fig.02-016_50
Rim Sens (Rim Sensitivity): OFF, 1–15
On a kick drum, this prevents two sounds instead of the
intended “one.”
This prevents other instruments with drum triggers from
sounding when a drum to which a drum trigger has been
attached is struck. If a higher value is set, and if two pads
are played simultaneously, the one that is struck less
forcefully will not sound. Set this to as low a value as you
can.
9. Set the “Threshold.”
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Threshold; p. 72)
If notes are unintentionally sounded even after you have
adjusted the “CROSSTALK” setting, adjust the
“THRESHOLD.” Setting this to a higher value may
prevent sounds from being produced when the pad is
struck lightly. Set this to as low a value as you can.
10. Set the “TrigCurve (Trigger Curve).”
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/TrigCurve; p. 72)
If changes in playing dynamics do not produce a natural
change in the volume of the TD-6V instrument, adjust
this parameter.
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2
Mask Time: 0–64ms (4ms steps)
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Chapter 3 Global Settings for the TD-6V (SETUP/UTILITY, Factory Reset)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
fig.03-001.e
SETUP
Display Contrast Adjustment
(LCD Contrast)
The display contrast is strongly influenced by the location of
the TD-6V and the lighting of the room it’s in. Adjust this
parameter when needed. A larger value results in a brighter
screen.
UTILITY (Overall Settings) (p. 77)
LCD Contrast
Percussion Part Level
Backing Level
Mute
Master Tune
fig.03-004_50
Preview Velocity
Available Memory
Factory Reset (Restoring the Factory Settings) (p. 79)
LCD Contrast: 1–16
Making the Global Settings
(UTILITY)
Percussion Part Volume Control
(Percussion Part Level)
Overall settings that apply to the entire TD-6V.
This adjusts the volume of the percussion part.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
Raising the value will increase the volume. With a setting of
“0,” no sound is produced.
[EDIT] lights.
fig.SETUP-GENERAL_50
• This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
• This volume setting is applied to all songs. Even when
songs are switched, the setting does not change.
2. Press [ENTER
].
3. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.03-002ai.e
The volume level of the drum kit part is adjusted in the
“MasterVolume (Master Volume)” (KIT/COMMON/
MasterVolume; p. 66).
fig.03-004a_50
Parameter to set
4. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.03-003ai.e
PercPrtLevel (Percussion Part Level): 0–127
Value
5. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
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Chapter 3 Global Settings for the TD-6V (SETUP/UTILITY, Factory Reset)
Backing Instruments Volume
Control (Backing Level)
This adjusts the volume of the backing part (Parts 1–4).
Raising the value will increase the volume. With a setting of
“0,” no sound is produced.
• Note numbers for muted drum instruments are
predetermined and cannot be changed. For more on
muting note numbers, refer to the “Preset Percussion Set
List” (p. 124).
• Performances using the TD-6V and pads are recorded as
a drum kit part.
fig.03-006_50
• This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
• This volume setting is applied to all songs. Even when
songs are switched, the setting does not change.
• The volume level of the drum kit part is adjusted in the
“MasterVolume (Master Volume)” (KIT/COMMON/
MasterVolume; p. 66).
• Adjust the volume level of each part to correct the
volume balance among the parts (SONG/PART/Level; p.
88).
• Hold down [SHIFT] and press [SONG] to jump to this
screen.
fig.03-005_50
Mute:
SongDrum, SongDrm/Prc, UserDrmPart, Part1,
Part2, Part3, Part4, Part1-4
SongDrum:
Mutes only the drum instruments in the percussion part (the
percussion instruments still sound). This is convenient when
performing with Preset songs.
SongDrm/Prc:
All percussion part instruments are muted.
UserDrmPart:
Mutes the performance recorded to the drum kit part. This is
convenient when you want to perform along with songs you
have recorded yourself.
Part1, Part2, Part3, Part4:
The individual parts are muted.
Part1-4:
All Parts 1–4 are muted.
3
BackingLevel (Backing Level): 0–127
Muting Parts of a Song (Mute)
Select the part that is to be muted when [PART MUTE] is
pressed. [PART MUTE] lights while the muting is in effect.
Tuning the TD-6V (Master Tune)
This tunes Parts 1–4 as a whole.
The reference pitch is 440.0 Hz.
This setting cannot be made in GM mode (p. 99).
Tuning of the drum kit part and percussion part instruments
is not affected by this setting.
Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PART MUTE] to jump to this
screen.
• This setting remains in effect even when songs are
switched and when the TD-6V is played using data from
an external MIDI device.
• All percussion instruments in the Preset songs (except for
Preset song #1 “DRUMS”) are recorded to the percussion
parts.
fig.03-007_50 (SETUP-GENERAL-MasterTune)
MasterTune (Master Tune):
415.3–466.2 (Hz) (0.1 Hz steps)
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Chapter 3 Global Settings for the TD-6V (SETUP/UTILITY, Factory Reset)
Preview Volume Control
(Preview Velocity)
2. Press [
] to select “FactoryReset”
fig.P-005_50
This sets the velocity used when an instrument is previewed.
Raising the value will increase the volume. With a setting of
“0,” no sound is produced.
3. Press [ENTER
].
The Factory Reset screen appears.
fig.03-008_50
4. Press [+] or [-] to select the parameter you want
to restore to factory settings.
fig.P-006_50
Preview Velocity: 0–127
Value
Checking the Remaining Amount of
Memory (Available Memory)
You can check the amount of available memory.
5. Press [ENTER
].
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
The confirmation screen appears.
fig.P-007_50
fig.03-009_50
AvailMemory (Available Memory): 0–100%
Restoring the Factory Settings
(Factory Reset)
6. If you’re ready to proceed, press [ENTER
and the Factory Reset operation will be
executed.
],
7. When the Factory Reset is finished, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.P-008_50
This restores the pad and instrument settings, song data, and
other information stored in the TD-6V to the original factory
settings.
All data and settings stored in the TD-6V are lost in carrying
out this operation. Use the “Bulk Dump” operation to save
crucial data and settings to an external MIDI device (SETUP/
BULK DUMP/Bulk Dump; p. 103).
When [SHIFT] and [EDIT (SETUP)] are held down when the
power is turned on, the display jumps to the Factory Reset
screen. When carrying out Factory Reset, read from step 4.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT (SETUP)] lights.
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Reset (Factory Reset):
ALL, THIS DRUM KIT, ALL DRUM KITS,
ALL SONGS
ALL:
All internal settings will be restored to the factory settings.
THIS DRUM KIT:
Only the settings for the currently selected drum kit are
restored to the factory settings.
ALL DRUM KITS:
The settings for all of the TD-6V’s internal drum kits are
restored to the
factory settings.
ALL SONGS:
All of the TD-6V’s internal song data is restored to the factory
settings.
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Chapter 4 Setting the Metronome (Click Edit)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
fig.04-004_50
fig.04-001.e
CLICK (Click Settings) (p. 80)
Click Level
Time Signature
TEMPO: 20–260
Interval
Inst
Setting the Way the Click
Sounds
Pan
Play Count In
Rec Count In
Switching the Click On/Off (Click)
You can switch the click sound on and off by pressing [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights while the click sound is set to be played.
fig.04-002.e
Click is played
Click is not played
Settings that determine how the click sounds, volume, time
signature etc.
1. Confirm that [EDIT] is not lit.
If this lights, press [KIT] or [SONG] to extinguish it.
2. Press [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights, and the click sound begins to play.
3. Press [EDIT].
4. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
Lit
Unlit
] to select the parameter you
fig.04-005ai.e
Click cannot be used in GM mode (p. 99).
Parameter to set
5. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.04-006ai.e
4
Tempo Adjustment (Tempo)
For each song selected, the tempo of the click changes to the
tempo specified for that song.
1. Press [CLICK].
[CLICK] lights, and the click sound begins to play.
Value
6. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
2. While holding down [SHIFT], press [CLICK
(TEMPO)].
The “TEMPO” screen appears.
fig.04-003_50
Volume Adjustment (Click Level)
Adjusts the volume of the click sound. Raising the value will
increase the volume. With a setting of “0,” no sound is
produced.
3. Press [+] or [-] to select the tempo.
fig.04-007_50
4. When you finish making settings, press [EXIT]
to end the procedure.
The “TEMPO” screen disappears.
Click Level: 0–127
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Chapter 4 Setting the Metronome (Click Edit)
Setting the Time Signature
(Time Signature)
Specify the time signature of the click sound.When the
numerator is set to “0,” no accent is added to the first beat. The
metronome click sound then plays at a fixed volume.
Stereo Position (Pan)
You can localize the metronome click within the stereo sound
field.
The effect set here is applied only when connected in stereo.
It is not possible to change the time signature of the metronome
clicks while a song is playing back. The metronome clicks
corresponds to the time signature of the song.
fig.04-008_50 (CLICK-Time Signature)
fig.04-011_50
Pan: L15–Center–R15
L15:
Sound is positioned at the extreme left.
CENTER: Positions the sound in the center.
Time Sig (Time Signature):
0–13/2, 0–13/4, 0–13/8, 0–13/16
Setting the Interval (Interval)
Setting How the Sound Plays (Interval).
fig.04-009_50
R15:
Sound is positioned at the extreme right.
Inserting a Count Before Playback
or Recording (Play Count In, Rec
Count In)
You can have a count sound (click) inserted before recording
or playback of a song begins.
fig.04-012_50
Interval:
1/2 (half note), 3/8 (dotted quarter note),
1/4 (quarter note), 1/8 (eighth note),
1/12 (12th note), 1/16 (16th note)
PlyCountIn (Play Count In):
OFF, 1MEAS, 2MEAS
fig.04-013_50
Selecting the Click Sound (Inst)
You can choose the sound for the metronome click. When the
parameter is set to “VOICE,” the click is sound becomes a
human voice.
fig.04-010_50
RecCountIn (Rec Count In):
OFF, 1MEAS, 2MEAS
OFF:
Playback/recording will begin without a count-in.
1MEAS:
Playback/recording begins after a 1-measure count-in.
Inst:
VOICE, CLICK, BEEP, METRONOME, CLAVES,
WOOD BLOCK, STICKS, CROSS STICK,
TRIANGLE, COWBELL, CONGA, TALKING DRM,
MARACAS, CABASA, CUICA, AGOGO,
TAMBOURINE, SNAPS, 909 SNARE, 808
COWBELL
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2MEAS:
Playback/recording begins after a 2-measure count-in.
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs
(SONG Edit)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
Using Preset Songs
fig.05-001a.e
Tempo
You cannot save any changes you make to the settings in
preset songs. While you can make temporary changes to these
settings, they revert to the settings already selected for that
preset song when another song is selected.
Play Type
Furthermore, preset songs cannot be edited or recorded.
SONG
COMMON (Overall Settings) (p. 86)
Quick Play
Reset Time
• The following appears in the display when you attempt to
change the settings. Press [EXIT] to dismiss the message.
Tap Exclusive Switch
Song Lock
Song Name
PART (Pad Settings) (p. 88)
Percussion Set/Inst
Level
• The following is displayed when the [REC
] is pressed
with a Preset song selected and select a new user song
automatically.
Pan
Ambience Send Level
Bend Range
COPY (Copying Songs) (p. 90)
DELETE (Deleting Songs) (p. 91)
ERASE (Erasing Songs) (p. 92)
If you want to change, edit, or record any preset song settings,
copy them to a user song (p. 89). When user song settings are
altered, the changes are saved automatically.
About Songs and the Song
Screen
About Songs
The TD-6V’s sequencer organizes music into six parts. The
Drum Kit part is used to record/play back what is played on
the pads. Additionally, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4 are the
four backing instrument parts (backing parts), and there is
another Percussion part.
The collective performance of these six parts is called a song.
Sequencer cannot be used in GM mode (p. 99).
Preset (Internal) Songs (Songs 1–170)
What the various parts should play has already been
recorded. The performances in Preset patterns cannot be
changed, deleted, or recorded. These songs come in handy for
backing during drum practice, or for live performances.
The sounds, phrases and songs contained in this product are
sound recordings protected by copyright. Roland hereby grants to
purchasers of this product the permission to utilize the sound
recordings contained in this product for the creation and
recording of original musical works; provided however, the
sound recordings contained in this product may not be sampled,
downloaded or otherwise re-recorded, in whole or in part, for any
other purpose, including but not limited to the transmission of all
or any part of the sound recordings via the internet or other
digital or analog means of transmission, and/or the manufacture,
for sale or otherwise, of any collection of sampled sounds, phrases
or patterns, on CD-ROM or equivalent means.
The sound recordings contained in this product are the original
works of Roland Corporation. Roland is not responsible for the
use of the sound recordings contained in this product, and
assumes no liability for any infringement of any copyright of any
third party arising out of use of the sounds, phrases and patterns
in this product.
User Songs (Songs 171–270)
These are songs that can be recorded and edited. You can
record performances exactly as they are played using the pads
or an external MIDI keyboard (Realtime Recording; p. 92).
Changes in User song settings are saved automatically.
Drum performances in the Preset songs (except song #1
“DRUMS”) are recorded to the percussion part.
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5
About Preset Song Copyright
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs (SONG Edit)
About the Song Screen
fig.05-001.e
Song #250
The screen that appears when [SONG] is pressed is called the
Song screen.
Song #1
fig.05-002ai.e
4
Overall Settings
5
Tempo, Play Type, Song Lock, Song Name
Part Settings
1
3
2
6
7
Drum Kit Part (p. 56)
1
Percussion Part
Song Category
Shows the category of the currently selected song.
Backing Part
Part1
2
Part2
Song Number
Shows the number of the currently selected song.
Part3
3
Part4
Song Name
Shows the name of the currently selected song.
Part Settings
Inst, Level, Pan*,
Ambience Send Level, Bend Range*
*: This setting cannot be made
for percussion part
Pad
5
Playback Method Setting (p. 85)
6
Measure Number
The current measure number is indicated. Pressing
Percussion Part
Part1
Part2
Beat
This indicates the song playback type.
Performance Data
Drum Kit Part
4
External
MIDI Device
[PLAY
] starts playback from the beginning of the measure
indicated here.
Part3
7
Part4
The current beat is indicated.
Beat
fig.05-003ai.e
8
Only the performance data is recorded to the drum kit part.
When the song is played back, the settings of instruments and
effects etc. of the current selected drum kit are used.
9
8
Song Lock Setting
“ ” appears with User songs that have Song Lock (p. 86) set
to “ON.”
9
“
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New User Song
” indicates a new User song.
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs (SONG Edit)
Choosing a Song
Playing Back a Song
Part settings are switched when a song is selected.
1. Select the song that you wish to play back
(foregoing paragraph).
To see which songs can be selected here, refer to “Preset Song
List” (p. 128).
2. Press [PLAY
[PLAY
].
] lights, and playback of the song begins.
3. To stop playback of the song, press [STOP
Choosing from a Category
(Song Category)
].
The [PLAY
] light goes out, and the song returns to
the beginning of the measure that was being played back.
Select songs by searching the category names.
[SONG] lights, and the SONG screen appears.
fig.05-005_50
2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [+] or [-] to select
the song category.
SONG CATEGORY:
DRUMS, ROCK, METAL, BALLAD, R&B, BLUES,
POPS, R&R, COUNTRY, JAZZ, FUSION, DANCE,
REGGAE, LATIN, BRAZIL, BASICPTN, LOOP,
1SHOT, TAP, USER
Choosing a Song (Song)
1. Press [SONG].
[SONG] lights, and the SONG screen appears.
fig.05-004_50
2. Press [+] or [-] to select the song.
SONG: 001–270
When playback of a song is stopped, you can do the following.
• Pressing [STOP
song.
], returns you to the beginning of the
• Pressing [
], advances you to the next measure.
• Pressing [
], returns you to the previous measure.
• To temporarily change the tempo of the song, hold down
[SHIFT] and press [CLICK] (p. 85).
• To insert a count before playback of the song, set
“PlyCountIn (Play Count In)” (CLICK/PlyCountIn; p. 80).
Convenient Function for Playback
During playback of a song, you can have the buttons
corresponding to the drums being played in the percussion
part light up.
You can also have the buttons light even when Part Mute (p.
84) is in use, making this convenient for practicing with the
Preset songs.
Drum Instrument Button Lit
Note Number
Kick
[PART MUTE] 35, 36
Snare
37, 38, 39, 40
[PLAY
]
Low Tom
[KIT]
41, 43
Hi-Hat
[REC]
42, 44, 46
Mid Tom
[SONG]
45, 47
Hi Tom
[CLICK]
48, 50
Cymbal
[EDIT]
49, 51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 59
Hi-Hat
High Tom
Mid Tom
Low Tom
Snare
Kick
Cymbals
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5
1. Press [SONG].
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs (SONG Edit)
3. Press [
Even when “9 Perc Only” or “10 Special” is selected for the
percussion set, the buttons still light up according to the note
numbers.
• The correspondence between the lighted buttons and
note numbers is predetermined and cannot be changed.
• This function cannot be used with songs in which drum
performances are recorded to the drum kit part.
].
The screen for setting the volume of the percussion part
appears.
fig.05-007_50
4. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
5. When you finish making settings, press [SONG]
to end the procedure.
1. Select the song to be played back (p. 83).
fig.05-008_50
2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PLAY
].
Playback of the song begins, and the buttons
corresponding to the performance of the percussion part
drums light up.
3. To stop the playback, press [STOP
BackingLevel (Backing Level): 0–127
].
fig.05-009_50
Adjusting the Song Volume
You can adjust the volume of the song in the backing parts
(Parts 1–4) and the percussion part.
Raising the value will increase the volume. With a setting of
“0,” no sound is produced.
This volume setting is applied to all songs.
• Although drum performances in the Preset songs are
recorded to the “percussion part,” when you create your
own songs, what you play on the pads is recorded to the
“drum kit part.” The volume level of the drum kit part is
adjusted in the “MasterVolume” (Master Volume) (KIT/
COMMON/MasterVolume; p. 66).
• Adjust the volume level of each part to correct the
volume balance among the parts (SONG/PART/Level; p.
88).
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [SONG].
The screen for setting the volume of the backing parts
appears.
fig.05-006_50
2. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
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PercPrtLevel (Percussion Part Level): 0–127
Muting a Selected Part
(Part Mute)
Each time [PART MUTE] is pressed the mute is alternately
turned on or off. [PART MUTE] lights when the mute is on.
At the factory settings, only percussion part drum tones are
muted.
fig.05-010.e
Muted
Not muted
Lit
Unlit
The part to be muted here is selected in “Mute” (SETUP/
UTILITY/Mute; p. 77). Hold down [SHIFT] and press [PART
MUTE] to jump to the settings screen.
Settings for muted parts are applied to all songs.
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs (SONG Edit)
Overall Song Settings (COMMON)
Make the settings for each song.
Temporarily Changing the Tempo
of a Song During Playback
You can temporarily change the tempo of a song while it
is being played back.
• If you want to save any changes made to Preset song
settings, first copy the song to a User Song before making
the changes (SONG/COPY; p. 89). Changes made to a
Preset song are only temporary, so when you select a
different song, the song reverts to its predetermined part
settings. Changes made to Preset songs cannot be saved.
• Settings of parts which have the Song Lock (SONG/
COMMON/Song Lock; p. 86) set to “ON” cannot be
changed. Make the settings after setting this to “OFF.”
When another song is selected, the song reverts to the
tempo (SONG/COMMON/Tempo) preset for that song.
This is convenient for practicing or other times when you
want to temporarily change to tempo for playback.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [CLICK].
The Tempo screen appears.
fig.05-014_50
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [SONG], then [EDIT].
[SONG] and [EDIT] light.
2. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Selecting How the Song Plays Back
(LOOP, 1SHOT, TAP) (Play Type)
fig.SONG-CMN_50
This specifies how songs will be played back. When
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
[PLAY
] is pressed or when the pad specified with the Pad
Pattern function (p. 63) is struck, then the song is played back
using the type specified here.
fig.05-011ai.e
• User songs recorded with “Quantize” (p. 94) set to “OFF”
may not play back correctly with Tap Playback.
• New songs cannot be set to “Tap.” Change this after first
recording something to the song.
Parameter to set
5. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.05-012ai.e
5
fig.05-015_50
Value
6. When you finish making settings, press [SONG]
to end the procedure.
Setting the Tempo (Tempo)
You can set the tempo for each song individually. When a song is
selected, the tempo you specify here will be set automatically.
Changes made to a Preset song are temporary, and when you select
a different song, the song reverts to its predetermined settings.
fig.05-013_50
Tempo: 20–260
PLAY TYPE: LOOP, 1SHOT, TAP
LOOP (
):
After the pattern is played back all the way to the end,
playback then repeats, starting at the beginning of the song.
Playback continues until [STOP
] is pressed.
1SHOT (ONE SHOT) (
):
Playback stops once the end of the song is reached.
When set to Pad Pattern Function (p. 63), each time the pad is
struck returns you to the beginning of the song and starts
playback.
TAP (
):
The sounds in the song are played back one by one in
sequence each time [PLAY
] is pressed.
When set to Pad Pattern Function (p. 63), the sounds are
played back in sequence each time the pad is struck.
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs (SONG Edit)
Playing Back the Song from the
First Note/Event (Quick Play)
Preventing Layering of Sounds in Tap
Playback (Tap Exclusive Switch)
This is an auxiliary function available when “LOOP” or
“1SHOT” is specified as the Play Type for the song (SONG/
COMMON/Play Type; previous section).
This is an auxiliary function available when “TAP” is specified as
the Play Type for the song (SONG/COMMON/Play Type; p. 85).
Quick Play starts playback of the pattern from the first note
(first event) even if when you recorded the pattern, you left a
pause at the beginning. For example if you had just played/
recorded freely, ignoring the tempo clock.
In Tap playback, if one sound is set to play before the previous
sound has finished playing, this setting allows you to either
have the previous sound stop and the subsequent sound start
playing (ON) or have the two sounds layered (OFF).
fig.05-018_50
When “Quick Play” is set to “ON,” stopping playback of the
song returns you to the beginning of the song.
Tap Exc SW (Tap Exclusive Switch): OFF, ON
The blank portion is played when you return to the beginning
of the song while in Loop Playback.
fig.05-016_50
Quick Play: OFF, ON
Reset Time When Using Tap
Playback (Reset Time)
This is an auxiliary function available when “TAP” is specified as
the Play Type for the song (SONG/COMMON/Play Type; p. 85).
This feature automatically returns you to the beginning of the
song if during Tap Playback the song is not played back within a
specified interval. This value sets the time from when the song
was last played back; if the set time elapses, then returns to the
beginning before it is next played back.
When performing with the Pad Pattern function, if you start
playback by striking a pad and then do not strike the pad again
within the specified interval, the song is returned to the beginning.
OFF:
The previous sound continues to play to the end, while the
subsequent sound is superimposed on it.
ON:
The previous sound stops while in progress, and the
subsequent sound starts playing.
Protecting User Song Settings
(Song Lock)
To prevent accidental erasure or editing, you can lock User songs.
If you attempt to change the settings of a song for which this
set to “ON,” a warning screen appears, and you cannot
change the settings.
However, you cannot select this during recording of a song or
when a new User song is selected by pressing [SHIFT] +
[STOP
]. Since you can also lock unused User Songs, then in
situations such as when using the TD-6V as a sound module, it’s
a good idea to lock songs when you want to save their settings.
[
] appears in the Song screen when a User Song is locked.
fig.05-018aai
If it is set to “OFF,” this function will be disabled.
fig.05-017_50
Reset Time: OFF, 0.1–8.0s (0.1 sec steps)
The settings screen does not appear when a Preset song is
selected.
fig.05-019_50
Song Lock: OFF, ON
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Naming a Song (Song Name)
You can use up to eight characters when naming a User song.
Press [
] or [
] to move the cursor (under bar) to the
character you want to change, then press [+] or [-] to select the
character.
The settings screen does not appear when a Preset song is
selected.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [+] switches
through the following sequence: uppercase alphabet ➝
lowercase alphabet ➝ 0 ➝ ! ➝ space. Holding down
[SHIFT] and pressing [-] switches through the sequence
in reverse order.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [
] deletes the
character at the cursor position and closes the resulting
space by shifting forward the characters that follow.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [
] inserts a space
the character at the cursor position and shifts back the
characters that follow.
Part Settings (PART)
Set the backing parts (Parts 1–4) and percussion part in each
song.
• Changes made to a Preset song are only temporary, and
when you select a different song, the song reverts to its
predetermined part settings. If you want to save any
changes made to Preset song settings, first copy the song
to a User Song before making the changes (SONG/
COPY; p. 89).
• Settings of parts which have the Song Lock (SONG/
COMMON/Song Lock; p. 86) set to “ON” cannot be
changed. Make the settings after setting this to “OFF.”
For the drum kit part settings, refer to Chapter 1.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [SONG], then [EDIT].
[SONG] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
fig.05-020_50
] or [
] to select the part to be set.
fig.05-021ai.e
Part to set
SngName (Song Name): 8 characters
The following characters may be used.
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
5
fig.lettersai.e
fig.05-022ai.e
space
Parameter to set
6. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.05-023ai.e
Value
7. When you finish making settings, press [SONG]
to end the procedure.
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Choosing Percussion Set and
Instruments (Percussion Set, Inst)
Select a percussion set for the percussion part and instruments
for Parts 1–4.
Variation Tone:
This is a type of tone that varies slightly from that of the
instrument number. The number of variation tones varies
with the instrument number.
Percussion Part
The TD-6V features ten Preset percussion sets that are ready to
use.
fig.05-024ai.e
Capital sounds
Instrument Number
You cannot change the content of the Preset percussion sets.
Instrument Name
To see which percussion sets can be selected here, refer to the
“Preset Percussion Set List” (p. 124).
Percussion Set:
A collection of a number of percussion instruments. A
different percussion instrument is assigned to each note
number, so multiple instruments can be used at one time.
Variation sounds
Display When a Variation
Tone is Used
Backing Inst: 1–128
Adjusting the Part Volume (Level)
fig.05-025ai.e
Percussion Set Number
Specifies the volume at each point. Raising the value will
increase the volume. With a setting of “0,” no sound is
produced.
Adjust here to balance the volume levels of the different parts.
Percussion Set Name
Set (Percussion Set): 1–10
fig.05-026_50
Parts 1–4
You can select all internal tones in sequence, including
variation tones.
You can switch instrument groups for the backing instruments
by holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [+] or [-].
To see which backing instruments and instrument groups can
be selected here, refer to the “Backing Instrument List” (p.
126).
Instrument numbers correspond to the program numbers (1–
128).
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Adjusting the Stereo Position (Pan)
Adjusts the pan (the perceived location of the sound between
the left and right speakers).
The effect set here applies only when connected in stereo.
Adjusting the Bend Range
(Bend Range)
This adjusts the degree to which the pitch of the sound is
changed when the maximum Pitch Bend is received from an
external MIDI device.
This can be set from “0” to “24” (two octaves) in semitone
steps. When set to “0,” no change is made.
Percussion parts do not feature the Pan setting.
Percussion parts do not feature the Bend range setting.
fig.05-027_50
fig.05-029_50
Pan: L15–Center–R15
L15:
Sound is positioned at the extreme left.
Bend Range: 0–24
CENTER: Sound is positioned in the center.
R15:
Sound is positioned at the extreme right.
Adjusting the Amount of Ambience
(Ambience Send Level)
You can adjust the ambience level for each part individually.
The ambience effect deepens the higher the value is set. When
set to “0,” no ambience is applied.
Copying a Song (COPY)
This is used to copy Preset songs and User songs to other User
songs.
Part instruments and volume and other settings are copied
just as they are.
Executing this operation deletes the content of the copy
destination, so check all content carefully before carrying out
this operation.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [SONG], then [EDIT].
[SONG] and [EDIT] light.
5
The specified ambience effect is applied to the currently
selected drum kit. To check how the effect sounds, select a
drum kit that has the Ambience Switch set to “ON.” (KIT/
AMBIENCE/Ambience SW; p. 60)
3. Press [
] to select “COPY.”
fig.SONG-COPY_50
fig.05-028_50
AmbSendLevel: 0–127
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [
song.
] to select the copy source
] or [
fig.05-030ai.e
Copy source song
6. Press [
].
The copy destination song selection screen appears.
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7. Press [+] or [-] to select copy destination song.
Deleting a Song (DELETE)
You can select a song that has not yet been used by
This deletes all of the song’s settings, turning the song into a
new User song.
holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [STOP
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
User songs are indicated by “
]. New
” in the display.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
fig.05-031ai.e
2. Press [SONG], then [EDIT].
[SONG] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
Copy destination song
8. Press [ENTER
] to select “DELETE.”
fig.SONG-DEL_50
].
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
fig.05-032_50
4. Press [ENTER
].
5. Press [+] or [-] to select the song to be deleted.
fig.05-034ai.e
9. Press [ENTER
] to execute the operation.
When you have finished copying the song, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.05-033_50
Song being deleted
6. Press [ENTER
].
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
10. When you finish copying, press [SONG] to end
the procedure.
Src (Copy Source): 001–270
Dst (Copy Destination): 171–270
fig.05-035_50
7. Press [ENTER
] to execute the operation.
When you have finished deleting the song, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.05-036_50
8. When you finish deleting, press [SONG] to end
the procedure.
SONG (Delete Song): 171–270
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Chapter 5 Editing Songs (SONG Edit)
Erasing Performance Data in
a Song (ERASE)
This erases the User song. Only the performance data is
erased, and the beat, measure length, parts, and the song’s
other settings are left intact. You can also erase specific parts.
1. Confirm that [CLICK] is not lit.
If this lights, press [CLICK] to extinguish it.
2. Press [SONG], then [EDIT].
[SONG] and [EDIT] light.
3. Press [
] to select “ERASE.”
fig.SONG-ERASE_50
SONG (Erase Song): 171–270
Part (Erase Part):
ALL, KIT, PERC, PART1, PART2, PART3, PART4
ALL:
The performance data for all parts is erased.
KIT:
The performance data for the drum part is erased.
PERC:
The performance data for the percussion part is erased.
PART1:
The performance data for Part 1 is erased.
PART2:
The performance data for Part 2 is erased.
PART3:
The performance data for Part 3 is erased.
4. Press [ENTER
].
PART4:
The performance data for Part 4 is erased.
5. Press [+] or [-] to select the song to be erased.
fig.05-037ai.e
Song being erased
6. Press [
].
7. Press [+] or [-] to select the part to be erased.
fig.05-038ai.e
Part being erased
].
5
8. Press [ENTER
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
fig.05-039_50
9. Press [ENTER
] to execute the operation.
When you have finished erasing the song or part, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.05-040_50
10. When you finish erasing, press [SONG] to end
the procedure.
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Chapter 6 Recording a Song (Realtime Recording)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
fig.06-001.e
RECORDING STANDBY (Recording Settings) (p. 94)
Time Signature
2. Record using the procedure described in “How
To Record (RECORDING STANDBY)” (p. 93).
Recording Performances by
External MIDI Devices
Length
Tempo
Quantize
Recording Mode
Hit Pad Start
What is played on the pads or on an external MIDI keyboard
can be recorded (Realtime Recording).
The performance of the hi-hat control pedal is also recorded.
• Sequencer cannot be used in GM mode (p. 99).
• The amount that can be recorded to the TD-6V is limited.
Please keep in mind that even though there are 100 user
songs, the amount of memory available will be determined
by how much data is recorded into each song.
• Recording the hi-hat control pedal performance data
consumes a large amount of memory. Make the settings
related to recording performance data in “PdlDataThin
(Pedal Data Thin)” (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/
PdlDataThin; p. 99).
• You can check the amount of available memory in
“AvailMemory (Available Memory)” (SETUP/UTILITY/
AvailMemory; p. 78).
1. Match the external MIDI device’s MIDI
transmission channel with the MIDI channel of
the part to be recorded.
(SETUP/MIDI PART Part CH; p. 102)
Part
Drum Kit Part
Percussion Part
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
2. Select CH10 to layer the drum kit part and
percussion part together; when recording from
an external MIDI device, then set “CH10Priority
(Channel 10 Priority)” to determine whether the
drum kit part or the percussion part is to be
recorded.
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/CH10Priority; p. 98)
3. Select the User Song to be recorded (p. 83).
You can select a new User song by holding down [SHIFT]
and pressing [STOP
Preparations for Recording
Before starting to record, first make the MIDI, part, and other
such settings.
When Recording Pad Performances
Only the performance data is recorded to the drum kit part.
Factory Preset
MIDI Channel
CH10
CH10
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
] while in the Song screen.
New User songs are indicated by “
” in the display.
If there are no new User songs available, you can delete
an unneeded song (SONG/DELETE; p. 90).
4. Select the part instrument or percussion set to
be recorded (SONG/PART/Inst; p. 88).
When the song is played back, the settings of instruments and
effects etc. of the current selected drum kit are used.
1. Select the User Song to be recorded (p. 83).
You can select a new User song by holding down [SHIFT]
and pressing [STOP
] while in the Song screen.
New User songs are indicated by “
” in the display.
If there are no new User songs available, you can delete
an unneeded song (SONG/DELETE; p. 90).
92
Program Change and Bank Select messages transmitted
from an external MIDI device are not recorded by the
sequencer. Use the TD-6V to select the part instruments.
5. Make the other settings for the part to be
recorded. (SONG/PART; p. 87)
6. Record using the procedure described in “How
To Record (RECORDING STANDBY)” (p. 93).
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Chapter 6 Recording a Song (Realtime Recording)
How To Record
(RECORDING STANDBY)
Setting the Time Signature
(Time Signature)
1. Prepare for recording using the procedure
described in “Preparations for Recording” (p. 92).
2. Press [SONG] ➝ [REC
].
[PLAY
] flashes, while [SONG], [REC
[CLICK] light up.
] and
This specifies the beat of the song to be recorded.
The time signature cannot be changed when recording
additional material to a previously recorded song.
fig.06-005_50
• If a Preset song is selected when you press [REC
],
then a new User song is selected automatically. In this
case, new User songs that have Song Lock (SONG/
COMMON/Song Lock; p. 86) set to “ON” cannot be
selected.
• If there are no new User songs available, delete any
unneeded songs (SONG/DELETE; p. 90).
• To cancel the recording, press [STOP
3. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] or [EXIT].
] to select the parameter you
Time Sig (Time Signature):
1–13/2, 1–13/4, 2–13/8, 4–13/16
Setting the Number of Measures
(Length)
This specifies the measure length in the song being recorded.
fig.06-003ai.e
When “REPLACE” is specified as the recording mode
(SONG/REC/RecMode; p. 94), the measure length setting is
unnecessary. The recorded measure length is automatically
specified as the “Length.”
Parameter to set
4. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.06-004ai.e
fig.06-006_50
Value
5. Press [PLAY
Length: 1–999
] stops flashing and remains lit, and recording
The following appears in the upper left of the screen
during recording.
fig.06-004aai
6
[PLAY
begins.
] to begin recording.
Setting the Song Tempo (Tempo)
This specifies the tempo used when recording and playing
back the song.
fig.06-007_50
To insert a count before recording, set “RecCountIn
(Recording Count In)” (CLICK/RecCountIn; p. 80).
Tempo: 20–260
6. Play with pads or MIDI keyboards to record.
7. Press [STOP
The [PLAY
] to stop recording.
] and [REC
] lights go out.
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Chapter 6 Recording a Song (Realtime Recording)
Quantize During Recording
(Quantize)
“Quantize” is a function that corrects mistakes or
discrepancies in the timing of the performance being
recorded.
Timing problems almost always occur when recording
performances using pads, a MIDI keyboard, or other
instruments. This function corrects timing mistakes and
allows you to make recordings with accurate timing.
Selecting the Recording Method
(Loop All, Loop1, Loop2, Replace)
(Recording Mode)
Selects how recording will take place.
fig.06-010_50
fig.06-008.e
First beat
Second beat
RecMode (Recording Mode):
REPLACE, LOOP ALL, LOOP 1, LOOP 2
REPLACE:
Recording continues until [STOP
] is pressed. All data
previously recorded in the all parts is erased.
Actual performance
Recorded performance
This is usually set to the shortest note appearing in the phrase
to be recorded. When set to “OFF,” the pattern is then
recorded with the timing used in performance.
Carry out the quantize when recording a song using Tap
Playback. You may be unable to play back the song correctly
with Tap Playback if quantize is set to “OFF” when the song is
recorded.
fig.06-009_50
Quantize:
(8th note),
(8th note triplets),
(16th note),
(16th note triplets),
(32nd note),
(32nd note triplets),
(64th note), OFF
LOOP ALL:
The entire song repeats, and the new material is layered onto
the previous performance.
LOOP1:
The measure starting from the point where recording begins is
repeated, and the new material is layered onto the previous
performance.
LOOP2:
The two measures starting from the point where recording
begins are repeated, and the new material is layered onto the
previous performance.
Start Recording with a Pad or
Pedal Trigger (Hit Pad Start)
This function starts the recording process the instant you
strike a pad or pedal.
The “RecCountIn (Recording Count In)” setting is disregarded
(CLICK/RecCountIn; p. 80).
fig.06-011_50
HitPadStart (Hit Pad Start): OFF, ON
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Chapter 7 Making the MIDI Settings (SETUP/MIDI, BULK DUMP)
Parameters That Can Be Set Here
MIDI OUT/THRU Connector Function
fig.07-005.e
MIDI messages are transmitted from this connector to external
MIDI devices. The TD-6V transmits pad and sequencer
performance data from the MIDI OUT/THRU connector. You
can also transmit various settings content, songs, and other
data you want to save to another device (Bulk Dump; p. 103).
SETUP
MIDI COMMON (MIDI Settings) (p. 97)
Note Chase
Local Control
Sync Mode
Channel 10 Priority
Pedal Data Thin
GM Mode
Rx GM ON
Soft Thru
Device ID
Tx PC Switch
The TD-6V MIDI OUT and MIDI THRU connectors are
combined into a single connector. The function is selected in
the “Soft Thru” setting (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/SOFT
Thru; p. 100). When “Soft Thru” is set to “ON,” pad and
sequencer performance data are transmitted to an external
device as is along with messages received at the MIDI IN
connector.
Rx PC Switch
MIDI PART (MIDI Channel Settings for a Part) (p. 102)
GM PART
(MIDI Messages Stop Function in GM Mode) (p. 103)
BULK DUMP
(Saving Data to an External MIDI Device) (p. 103)
About MIDI
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a standard
that allows performance data and other information to be
exchanged among electronic musical instruments and
computers. MIDI With a MIDI cable connecting MIDI devices
that are equipped with MIDI connectors, you can play
multiple instruments with a single keyboard, have multiple
MIDI instruments perform in ensemble, program the settings
to change automatically to match the performance as the song
progresses, and more.
While using only pads with the TD-6V, there is no need to
have any detailed knowledge of MIDI. For those who wish to
use MIDI keyboards to record patterns on the TD-6V, use it as
a sound module with external sequencers, or learn the TD-6V
at a more advanced level, the following explains such matters
related to MIDI.
As shipped from the factory, this is set to MIDI OUT.
MIDI Channels and Multi-timbral
Sound Modules
MIDI can send numerous streams of performance data over a single
MIDI cable. This is made possible by MIDI channels. MIDI channels
allow messages intended for a given instrument to be distinguished
from messages intended for another instrument. In some ways,
MIDI channels are similar to television channels. By changing
channels on a television you can view programs from many
different broadcast stations. This is because the television set has
thus been directed to selectively display only the information being
transmitted by a particular station. In the same way, MIDI also
allows a device to select the information intended for that device
out of the variety of information that is being transmitted to it.
fig.07-002.e
The cable from the antenna carries the TV
signals from many broadcast stations.
Station A
Station B
7
MIDI Connectors
The TD-6V has the following two types of MIDI connectors.
Station C
The TV is set to the channel of the station
you wish to watch.
fig.07-001
There are sixteen MIDI channels, numbered 1–16. Set the receiving
device so that it will receive only the channel that it needs to receive.
Example:
MIDI IN Connector Function
This receives MIDI messages transmitted from an external
MIDI device. When it receives MIDI messages, the TD-6V
performs a variety of actions such as playing sounds and
switching drum kits and part instruments.
Set the TD-6V to send Channel 1 and Channel 2, then set
sound module A to receive only Channel 1 and sound module
B only Channel 2. In this way, sound module A plays the
guitar part and sound module B plays the bass part.
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For playback, the performance data that has been recorded to
the sequencer is sent to the sound module, which produces
the sound. The data for each of the sequencer’s parts causes
the corresponding part in the internal sound module to be
played. When performance data is recorded, the performance
data from pads and MIDI keyboards is sent to the sequencer;
the data recorded here is then sent to the sound module for
playback.
fig.07-003.e
MIDI OUT
MIDI
Keyboard
Transmit Channel: 1, 2
MIDI THRU
Sound
Module A
MIDI IN
When recording drum kit and percussion set performance, the
performance data is sent to the drum kit part and percussion
part according to the setting of channel 10 priority (SETUP/
MIDI COMMON/CH10Priorty; p. 98).
Receive Channel: 1
Sound
Module B
MIDI IN
Receive Channel: 2
When used as a sound module, the TD-6V can receive on up
to six of the sixteen MIDI channels (16 channels in GM mode).
Sound modules like the TD-6V which can receive multiple
MIDI channels simultaneously to play different sounds on
each channel are called “multi-timbral sound modules.”
How the Internal Sequencer Operates
A sequencer is an electronic instrument used for recording and
playback of performances. The TD-6V features such a sequencer
function. The TD-6V comes with 150 different built-in
performance songs (Preset songs) which can be used for drum
practice and other purposes. You can also create your own songs.
fig.07-004.e
When using the TD-6V as a GM sound module, the internal
sequencer is disabled.
Making the MIDI Settings
(MIDI COMMON)
Make the TD-6V’s MIDI settings.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
2. Press [
] to select “MIDI COMMON.”
fig.SETUP-MIDICMN_50
External Sound Module
TD-6V
Internal Sequencer
Drum Kit Part
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] or [
wish to edit.
] to select the parameter you
fig.07-006ai.e
Pad
Percussion Part
Part 1
MIDI Keyboard
Part 2
Parameter to set
5. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.07-007ai.e
Part 3
Part 4
Value
6. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
Internal
Sound Generator
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Automatically Switching Instrument
Settings Screens (Note Chase)
When Using as MIDI Controller for
External MIDI Device Only (Local Control)
Note Chase is a function in which a pad is selected either by
striking the pad or when MIDI data corresponding to that pad
is received.
When set to “OFF,” the pad’s settings screen is prevented
from switching, even when MIDI data for a pad is received.
Here, the trigger input number appears in brackets ([ ]).
If you want to set other pads with this setting remaining at
“OFF,” you can switch settings screens by holding down [SHIFT]
This setting is required when you wish to record your pads and
internal sequencer performance on an external MIDI sequencer.
The performance data from the pads and internal sequencer,
rather than being sent directly to the sound module section (Local
Control Off), is first sent to the external sequencer, and then on to
the TD-6V’s sound module.
and pressing [
] or [
fig.07-009.e
] to select the trigger input number.
Pad
Trigger Input
fig.07-008_50
TD-6V
Note Chase: OFF, ON
Internal
Sequencer
Trigger MIDI
Converter
OUT/THRU
LocalControl:
OFF
IN
OUT
IN
Internal Sound Generator
External MIDI Sequencer
• The settings screen does not appear in GM mode.
• If you make connections and record as shown, with a
setting of Local On, duplicate notes will be re-transmitted
to the TD-6V and will not be played correctly.
fig.07-010_50
7
You can use only the TOM2 rim or AUX, and only the TOM3
rim or TOM4. You cannot select the trigger input for any pad
for which the trigger type has not been set.
Also refer to “Connecting Two Pads to Trigger Input 5/6
(TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4)” (p. 70).
LocalControl (Local Control): OFF, ON
OFF:
The pads and internal sequencer are disconnected from the
TD-6V’s internal sound generator. Striking the pads does not
cause sound to be produced by the internal sound generator.
ON:
The pads and internal sequencer are connected to the TD-6V’s
internal sound generator. Sounds are produced by the internal
sound generator when the pads are struck.
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Synchronizing with an External
MIDI Device (Sync Mode)
Setting Priority for Playing Drums
and Percussion (Channel 10 Priority)
This section discusses the settings that allow an external MIDI
sequencer and the TD-6V’s sequencer to be synchronized. The
device that is playing back is called the “master” and the
device that is synchronizing to the playback is called the
“slave.”
This setting is necessary when both drum kit part and
percussion part are simultaneously assigned to Channel 10.
When note numbers to which percussion part’s instruments
are assigned (18 (F#0)–96 (C7)) are assigned to the pads, then
select which instrument sounds are to be played when the
note number is received.
The settings screen does not appear in GM mode.
fig.07-011_50
When recording MIDI keyboard performances (p. 92) or
loading external sequencer data to the TD-6V (p. 106), the data
is stored to the sounded part according to this setting.
fig.07-012.e
CH10
Sync Mode: INT, EXT, REMOTE
INT (INTERNAL):
The TD-6V’s tempo setting is used in playback and recording.
EXT (EXTERNAL):
The TD-6V’s sequencer operates in accord with external
tempo data.
REMOTE:
Playback begins, pauses, and stops in accord with data from
the external device, but the TD-6V’s tempo setting is used for
the playback tempo.
Percussion
Part
Std 1 T2
Med16 Cr
Std 1 T1
Pop Rd
China18”
Pop Rdb
Tambrn 1
Splsh12”
Cowbell1
Quik16Cr
VibraSlp
Pop Rde
R8Bng Hi
R8Bng Lo
Conga Mt
Conga Sl
Conga Op
Note No.
48
C3
49
50
51
52
53
Drum Kit
Part
4/TOM1
9/CRASH1
4/TOM1 Rim
11/RIDE
10/CRASH2 Rim
11/RIDE Rim
54
9/CRASH1 Rim
55
56
57
10/CRASH2
58
59
60 C4
61
62
63
64
CH10 Priority
PERC
KIT
Note No.
Std 1 T2
Med16 Cr
Std 1 T1
Pop Rd
China18”
Pop Rdb
Tambrn 1
Splsh12”
Cowbell1
Quik16Cr
VibraSlp
Pop Rde
R8Bng Hi
R8Bng Lo
Conga Mt
Conga Sl
Conga Op
98
48
C3
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60 C4
61
62
63
64
4/TOM1
9/CRASH1
4/TOM1 Rim
11/RIDE
10/CRASH2 Rim
11/RIDE Rim
Tambrn 1
9/CRASH1 Rim
Cowbell1
10/CRASH2
VibraSlp
Pop Rde
R8Bng H
R8Bng Lo
Conga Mt
Conga Sl
Conga Op
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Switch to the GM (General MIDI)
Mode (GM Mode)
The settings screen does not appear in GM mode.
fig.07-013_50
The TD-6V features a GM mode—a convenient way to play
back GM score data (music files for General MIDI sound
module).
CH10Priorty (Channel 10 Priority): KIT, PERC
For more on the GM system, refer to p. 13.
KIT (Drum Kit Part):
When overlapping note numbers are received, the drum kit
part’s instrument (the pad instrument) is sounded.
To ensure proper playback of GM scores, set the TD-6V to GM
mode.
PERC (Percussion Part):
The percussion part’s instrument is always played.
Hi-Hat Control Pedal Data
Reduction (Pedal Data Thin)
This function allows you to prevent an excessive amount of
data from being transmitted from the pedal to the internal
sequencer or via the MIDI OUT.
When you want to make smooth changes in the pitch control
with the Hi-Hat control Pedal, set this to “1” or “OFF.”
Setting this to “ON” initializes the TD-6V’s internal sound
generator for use with GM, while the GM System percussion
set (Standard Set) is assigned to Part 10, and Piano 1 is
assigned to all other parts.
The TD-6V switches to GM mode at the following times.
• When Switching to GM Mode
• When it receives a GM System On message from an
external MIDI device
• When the TD-6V has received a GM System On message
as the result of playing back a song containing a GM
System On message on an external MIDI device
To mute the performance of a specific part in GM mode, you
can make the appropriate setting for “GM PART” (SETUP/
GM PART/Part Rx Sw; p. 102).
The settings screen does not appear in GM mode.
PdlDataThin (Pedal Data Thin): OFF, 1, 2
OFF:
Data sent from the pedal is not reduced.
1:
This reduces the data sent from the pedal. Usually, “1” is
selected.
2:
This reduces the data sent from the pedal. This setting results
in even less data than when “1” is selected.
[PLAY
], [STOP
], [REC
], [CLICK], and [PART
MUTE] buttons are disabled. Also, [SHIFT] + [CLICK
(TEMPO)] cannot be used.
• Some parameters cannot be set in GM mode. For more
detailed information, refer to “Parameter List” (p. 130).
• Program changes in GM mode are predetermined, and
thus cannot be changed. Use the program changes in the
“Preset Percussion Set List” (p. 124) and “Backing
Instrument List” (p. 126).
• The pan of the percussion set is based on how the set
sounds from where the drums are played. Be aware that
the panning recommended with General MIDI is
reversed.
99
7
fig.07-014_50
• You cannot use the TD-6V to make changes to the part
settings. Change the setting by sending the Control
Change Bank Select (CC0#, CC32#) and Program Change
(PC) from the external MIDI device.
• When the power is turned on, “GM Mode” is ordinarily
set to “OFF.”
• Drum kit parts cannot be played using MIDI messages
sent from an external device. They can be played only by
playing pads connected to the TD-6V.
• Sequencers cannot be used in GM mode. The [SONG],
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While in GM mode, “
” appears in the drum kit screen.
fig.07-015aai
Mixing MIDI Signals Coming to the
MIDI IN with Real Time Performance
on the Pads (Soft Thru)
This setting causes data (except for System Exclusive
messages) received at MIDI IN to be output from the MIDI
OUT/THRU connector along with the pad and sequencer
performance data.
fig.07-015_50
fig.07-016a.e
Pad
MIDI Compatible Pad
GM Mode: OFF, ON
Preventing the TD-6V from
Switching to GM (General MIDI)
Mode
(Rx GM ON)
Trigger
Input
IN
OUT/THRU
OUT
This setting prevents the TD-6V from switching to GM mode,
even when a “GM System ON message” is received from an
external MIDI device.
TD-6V
fig.07-016_50
External MIDI Sequencer
Soft Thru: ON
RX GM ON: OFF, ON
OFF:
Even when a “GM System ON message” is received, the TD6V does not switch to GM mode. If you wish to switch to GM
mode, follow the procedures described on foregoing
paragraph to switch manually.
If this setting is not used, leave it “OFF” as the trigger
response of the pads will be faster.
fig.07-017_50
ON:
When a “GM System ON message” is received, the TD-6V
switches to GM mode.
Soft Thru: OFF, ON
OFF:
Only pad and sequencer performance data is output from the
MIDI OUT/THRU connector.
GM System On Message
This is a message which switches a device to an operating
mode that is compatible with the GM system, or to
initialize a sound generator so that it will be compatible
with the GM system.
When “RX GM ON” is set to “OFF,” the GM System ON
message is ignored.
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ON:
Data received at MIDI IN is output together with the pad and
sequencer performance data from the MIDI OUT/THRU
connector.
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Set the Device ID (Device ID)
The setting described here is necessary only when you wish to
transmit separate data to two or more TD-6V units at the same
time. Do not change this setting in any other case.
Setting the TD-6V So That Program
Changes Are Not Transmitted (Tx PC Sw)
The TD-6V sends a Program Change message to external
devices when the drums kit is switched. If this is “OFF”,
Program Changes will not be transmitted.
At the factory settings, the device ID is set to “17.”
Example:
When saving data using Bulk Dump (p. 103), save using “17”
as the TD-6V Device ID. When re-transmitting this data back
to the TD-6V, it won’t receive if the Device ID is set to
something other than “17.” Even if you happen to have
another TD-6V connected, data will not be received if the
Device ID is set to something other than “17.”
fig.07-018.e (ID 16 17)
The TD-6V’s drum kit program numbers are always the same
as the drum kit numbers; this relationship is fixed, and cannot
be changed.
The settings screen does not appear in GM mode.
fig.07-020_50
Transmit Data (Device ID:17)
Tx PC Sw (Tx PC Switch): OFF, ON
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
OFF:
Program Change messages are not transmitted, even when
drums kits are switched.
ON:
Program Change messages are transmitted when drum kits
are switched.
TD-6V
Device ID: 17
External MIDI Sequencer
Setting the TD-6V So That Program
Changes Are Not Received (Rx PC Sw)
MIDI IN
Not Received
The TD-6V’s drum kit program numbers are always the same
as the drum kit numbers; this relationship is fixed, and cannot
be changed.
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TD-6V
Device ID: 16
The TD-6V’s drum kits are switched when a Program Change
message is received from an external MIDI device. When set
to “OFF,” the drum kits do not switch, even when a Program
Change message is received.
If you lose track of the Device ID setting that was used when
saving data via a bulk dump, it will no longer be possible to
reload the bulk data that was saved.
The settings screen does not appear in GM mode.
fig.07-021_50
fig.07-019_50
Rx PC Sw (Rx PC Switch): OFF, ON
Device ID: 1–32
OFF:
The drum kits are not switched, even when Program Change
messages are received from an external MIDI device.
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ON:
The drum kits are switched when Program Change messages
are received from an external MIDI device.
fig.07-023ai.e
Value
MIDI Channel Settings for a
Part (MIDI PART)
Part CH (Part Tx Rx Channel): CH 1–CH16, OFF
For each part, you can specify the channel on which the TD-6V
will receive and transmit MIDI messages.
At a setting of “1” through “16,” MIDI messages will be
transmitted and received on that channel. When set to “OFF,”
MIDI messages for that part are not transmitted.
MIDI Messages Stop Function
for Specific Parts in GM
(General MIDI) Mode (GM PART)
Drum kit parts and percussion parts can be overlaid and set to
“CH 10.” Make the “CH10Priorty (Channel 10 Priority)”
setting to determine whether the drum kit part instrument or
percussion part instrument is to be sounded when MIDI
messages are received (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/
CH10Priorty; p. 98).
In GM mode, you can make the setting that determines
whether or not MIDI messages are to be received for each
individual part.
When set to “OFF,” that part’s MIDI messages are not
received.
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
2. Press [
In GM mode (p. 99), the part’s channel is predetermined, and
thus cannot be changed.
] to select “GM PART.”
fig.SETUP-GMPRT_50 (SETUP-MIDI PART)
1. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
2. Press [
] to select “MIDI PART.”
fig.SETUP-MIDIPRT_50
When “GM Mode” is set to “ON,” “GM PART” is
displayed, and you cannot make the setting. Make the
setting after first setting “GM Mode” to “OFF” (SETUP/
MIDI COMMON/GM Mode; p. 99).
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] to select the part to be set.
] or [
When “GM Mode” is set to “OFF,” “MIDI PART” is displayed,
and you cannot make the setting.
Make the setting after first setting “GM Mode” to “ON”
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/GM Mode; p. 99).
3. Press [ENTER
].
4. Press [
] to select the part to be set.
] or [
fig.07-024ai.e
Select Part
fig.07-022ai.e
5. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
fig.07-025ai.e
Select Part
5. Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
6. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] or
[SONG] to end the procedure.
Value
6. When you finish making settings, press [KIT] to
end the procedure.
Part Rx Sw (Part Rx Switch): OFF, ON
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Saving Data to an External MIDI
Device (BULK DUMP)
5. Press [+] or [-] to select the content to be saved.
fig.07-027ai.e
You can save the TD-6V’s drum kits, songs, general settings,
and more to an external MIDI sequencer.
use the external sequencer as you would when recording
musical data, and perform the following steps on the TD-6V as
shown in the following diagram.
Content being saved
6. Start the recording process of the external
sequencer.
7. Press [ENTER
Bulk Dump is one kind of System Exclusive message. Be sure
to use an external MIDI sequencer that is capable of recording
System Exclusive messages. In addition, confirm that the
sequencer is not set to “Do not receive System Exclusive
messages.”
].
Press [EXIT] to cancel the operation.
fig.07-028_50
8. Press [ENTER
transmission.
] to start the data
fig.07-029_50
Setting the Device ID (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/DeviceID; p.
101) makes operation more convenient when multiple TD6V’s are connected.
For more detailed information concerning external MIDI
devices, be sure to read the owner’s manuals for the devices
you are using.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the TD-6V’s MIDI
OUT connector to the MIDI IN connector of the
external sequencer.
fig.07-026.e
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
9. When you have finished transmitting, the
Completed screen appears.
fig.07-030_50
10. Stop recording on the external sequencer.
Bulk Dump:
ALL, SETUP, ALL SONGS, ALL KITS,
KIT 01–KIT 99
ALL:
All data, including the setup (trigger, pad, and other such
settings), drum kits, and User songs are transmitted.
SETUP:
All setup data is transmitted.
ALL SONGS:
All data for User Songs 171–270 is transmitted.
External MIDI Sequencer
2. While holding down [SHIFT], press [EDIT
(SETUP)].
[EDIT] lights.
3. Press [
ALL KITS:
All data for Drum Kits 1–99 is transmitted.
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TD-6V
KIT 01–KIT 99:
Only the data for the selected drum kit is transmitted.
] to select “BULK DUMP.”
fig.SETUP-BULK_50 (SETUP-BULK DUMP)
4. Press [ENTER
].
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Returning Saved Data to the TD-6V
This returns settings that have been saved to a sequencer or
other external MIDI device back to the TD-6V.
At this time, the TD-6V’s data is overwritten. Save any data
you need to an external MIDI device before carrying out this
operation.
Set the Device ID (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/DeviceID; p.
101) used when the bulk data was saved.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the TD-6V’s MIDI IN
connector to the MIDI OUT connector of the
external sequencer.
fig.07-031.e (IN -> OUT)
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
Data Compatibility Between the
TD-6 and the TD-6V
Although it is possible to transmit and receive bulk data
between the TD-6V and the TD-6, please note the
following points regarding data compatability.
Data Transmitted
from TD-6 to TD-6V
from TD-6V to TD-6
ALL
*1 *2
*1
SETUP
*1
*1
ALL SONGS
ALL KIT
*2
KIT01–99
*2
*1 Due to the difference in the TD-6V's and TD-6's trigger
types, discrepancies between the transmitted and received
trigger types can arise.
If that occurs correct the trigger settings manually
(TRIGGER BASIC, TRIGGER ADVANCED) after data
is received.
*2 The TD-V6's TOM2 RIM and TOM3 RIM instrument
parameter is reset, preventing the sounds from being
played. Resset the instrument parameters forthese pads as
necessary.
External MIDI Sequencer
TD-6V
2. Send the settings data from the external
sequencer to the TD-6V.
The transmitted settings are reproduced.
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About Transmitting/Receiving
Program Changes
Triggering an External Sound
Device by Playing the TD-6V
Drum Kit
This sets the TD-6V so that the external MIDI sound module is
sounded when the pads are struck.
Percussion Set
Percussion set program numbers are predetermined. Refer to
the “Preset Percussion Set List” (p. 124).
Backing Part (Part 1–4) Instruments
The instrument program numbers, and controller numbers 0
and 32 are fixed. Refer to the “Backing Instrument List” (p.
126).
With this setting, both the TD-6V and the external sound
module can play simultaneously.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT
connector of the TD-6V to the MIDI IN connector
of the external MIDI device.
fig.08-001.e
MIDI OUT
If tone changes are made on an external MIDI device, the TD6V’s instruments are switched, but the change is not recorded
by the sequencer.
MIDI IN
External MIDI Sound Module,
Sampler etc.
TD-6V
2. Match the MIDI channel to be used for
transmitting data from the TD-6V and the MIDI
channel that the external MIDI device will use
for receiving the data.
(SETUP/MIDI PART/CH; p. 102)
3. Specify the note number to be transmitted from
each pad. (KIT/CONTROL/Note No.; p. 64)
Set this to the note number of the sound that you wish to
play on the external MIDI sound module or sampler.
4. Set the MIDI Gate Time.
(KIT/CONTROL/Gate Time; p. 65)
You can use different pad note number and gate time
settings in each drum kit.
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8
The drum kit program numbers are always the same as the
drum kit numbers; this relationship is fixed, and cannot be
changed.
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Combining with an External
MIDI Sequencer
Importing Sequence Data from an
External MIDI Device to the TD-6V’s
Internal Sequencer
You can load data created on another sequencer from the
MIDI IN connector and record the data on the TD-6V’s
sequencer, then use the data as a song. The backing part (Parts
1–4), percussion part, and drum kit part can be imported
simultaneously.
4. Set “Sync Mode” to “EXT” in order to
synchronize the TD-6V to the external
sequencer. (SETUP/MIDI COMMON/Sync Mode)
5. Select one of the TD-6V’s new User songs (p.
83).
You can select a new User song by holding down [SHIFT]
and pressing [STOP
] while in the Song screen.
New User songs are indicated by “
” in the display.
6. Make the settings for the TD-6V’s parts.
(SONG/PART; p. 87)
Specify the part instruments and percussion sets, volume
levels, etc.
When TD-6V’s instruments are changed from an external
MIDI device, the change is not recorded by the TD-6V’s
sequencer. Use the TD-6V to make each part’s instrument
settings.
7. Press [REC ], then make the recording
settings (p. 93).
For more on external MIDI device operations, refer to the
owner’s manuals for the devices you are using.
8. Start playback of the external MIDI device.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI IN
connector of the TD-6V to the MIDI OUT
connector of the external MIDI device.
9. When you have finished recording, stop the
recording of the external MIDI device.
Time Sig: Set the beat (time signature) to comply with
that of the loaded data.
Rec Mode:Set this to “REPLACE.”
The TD-6V automatically begins recording.
The TD-6V stops recording automatically.
fig.08-002.e
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
Recording Your Performance to an
External Sequencer
This makes the settings that allow performances of the pads to
be recorded by an external MIDI sequencer.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the TD-6V and MIDI
sequencer MIDI connectors as shown in the
following figure.
External MIDI Sequencer
TD-6V
2. Match the MIDI channel to be used for
transmitting data from the external MIDI device
and the MIDI channel that the TD-6V will use for
receiving the data.
(SETUP/MIDI PART/CH; p. 102)
3. Set “CH10Priorty (Channel 10 Priority)” as
needed when recording drum and percussion
performances.
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/CH10Priorty; p. 98)
fig.08-003.e
IN
OUT
TD-6V
OUT
IN
External MIDI Sequencer
2. Set Local Control to “OFF.”
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/LocalControl; p. 97)
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3. Match the MIDI channel to be used for
transmitting data from the TD-6V and the MIDI
channel that the external MIDI sequencer is to
use for receiving the data.
(SETUP/MIDI PART/CH; p. 102)
4. Start the recording process of the external MIDI
sequencer.
5. The performances of the pads are recorded as
they are played.
6. When you have finished playing, stop recording
with the external MIDI sequencer.
7. When playback of the external MIDI sequencer
begins, the TD-6V is played.
Using the TD-6V As a Sound
Module
Here, the TD-6V is used as a sound module. You can connect
an external MIDI sequencer and play back songs or connect a
MIDI-compatible keyboard or pads for performance.
1. Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI IN
connector of the TD-6V to the MIDI OUT
connector of the external MIDI device.
4. Select one of the TD-6V’s new User songs (p.
83).
You can select a song that has not yet been used by
holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [STOP
New User songs are indicated by “
].
” in the display.
5. Make the settings for the TD-6V’s parts.
(SONG/PART; p. 87)
Specify the part instruments and percussion sets, volume
levels, etc.
When using the TD-6V as a sound module, the sounds
you select must be assigned to a SONG as the song
parameters store which sounds you are using. Once you
select a new User song and make the settings, you can
then call up these settings just by selecting this song. You
can also prevent recording or changes to the settings by
setting “Song Lock” to “ON” (SONG/COMMON/Song
Lock; p. 86).
6. When playing the external MIDI device, the TD6V will sound.
fig.08-004.e
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
TD-6V
MIDI Keyboard, Pad
8
2. Match the MIDI channel to be used for
transmitting data from the external MIDI device
and the MIDI channel that the TD-6V will use for
receiving the data. (SETUP/MIDI PART/CH; p. 102)
3. Set “CH10Priorty (Channel 10 Priority)” as
needed when playing drum and percussion
performances with an external MIDI sequencer.
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/CH10Priorty; p. 98)
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MEMO
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Appendices
Appendices
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Troubleshooting
This section outlines points to check if you experience
problems, and what to do about them.
Is the pad connected correctly? (p. 20, p. 33)
➝ Make sure that the pad connections are correct, and that
each pad is connected to the proper input.
No Sound
No Sound
Has the [VOLUME] been lowered?
➝ Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to be sure.
Is Local control set to “OFF?”
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/LocalControl; p. 97)
➝ Use only the provided cables to connect the pads.
Is the instrument set to #1024 (OFF)?
(KIT/INST; p. 58)
➝ #1024 (OFF) is a setting used to prevent any sounds from
being played. Select an instrument numbered 1–1,023.
Cannot Make Rim Shots/
Rim Shots Not Sounding
➝ Local Control should be set to “ON” if an external
sequencer is not being used.
Do you have a pad that is capable of
producing rim shots connected to a trigger
input that is capable of handling rim shots?
No Drum Kit Sound
(p. 33)
➝ When using the PD-80R, PD-85, PD-105, PD-120 or PD-125
Is the overall drum kit volume level turned
down? (KIT/COMMON/MasterVolume; p. 66)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to set the volume.
to play rim shots, connect to Trigger Input 2 (SNARE).
➝ When using the PD-7, PD-8, PD-9, CY-6, CY-8, CY-12H,
CY-12R/C, CY-14C, or CY-15R to play rim shots (or edge/
bell shots) or choking, connect to Trigger Input 2 (SNARE),
No Sound from One or More Pads
Is the volume level of an instrument lowered?
(KIT/INST/Level; p. 59)
➝ Strike the pad that is not producing sound to switch to the
pad’s settings screen. Press [+] or [-] to set the volume.
3 (HI-HAT), 4 (TOM1), 9 (CRASH1), 10 (CRASH2), or 11
(RIDE).
➝ The PD-6, PD-80, PD-100 and RP-2 are not capable of
producing rim shots.
Is the Rim Sensitivity set to “0?” (SETUP/TRIG
ADVNCD/Rim Sens; p. 75)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
You need to set the “Rim Sens” when using the PD-80R,
PD-85, PD-105, PD-120 or PD-125 to play rim shots.
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Troubleshooting
No sounds from pads connected to
Trigger Inputs 6 (AUX) and 8
(TOM4)
Have you made correct trigger settings?
(SETUP/TRIG TYPE; p. 69)
Precautions When Turning On the Power
When the TD-6V is turned on, it carries out a check of the
pads. If you strike a pad or press the pedal anytime during
this process, the pads cannot be checked properly,
resulting in incorrect functioning of the pads.
➝ Change the settings if you are connecting two pads to
Trigger Inputs 5/6 (TOM2/AUX) and 7/8 (TOM3/4).
Volume levels for the rims of TOM2
and TOM3 not changing
Cannot Make Cross Sticks/
Cross Sticks Not Sounding
Have you made the appropriate settings for
Do you have a pad connected to a trigger
(SETUP/TRIG TYPE; p. 69)
input that is capable of handling cross sticks?
➝ To use the TOM2 and TOM3 rims, set the AUX and TOM4
(p. 33)
AUX or TOM4?
trigger types to "Rim."
➝ When using the PD-80R, PD-85, PD-105, PD-120 or PD-125
to play cross sticks, connect to Trigger Input 2 (SNARE).
Has the instrument that can be used for
playing the cross sticks been selected?
(KIT/INST; p. 58, Drum Instrument List; p. 120)
➝ Use the instrument with the “XS.”
No Sound When [SHIFT] + [KIT]
(Preview) Is Pressed
Is the [PREVIEW] button velocity set to “0?”
(SETUP/UTILITY/Preview Velo; p. 78)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Are you playing the cross stick correctly?
(p. 36)
➝ For cross stick, make sure your hand or stick does not
touch or strike the head.
No Click/Metronome Sound
Does [CLICK] light? (p. 79)
➝ Press [CLICK] to light the button.
No Sound When the Pad is Struck
Softly
Did you strike a pad or press the pedal at any
Is the click volume level set to “0?”
(CLICK/Click Level; p. 79)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
time from when the TD-6V’s power was
display?
➝ Using the procedure of p. 23, turn the power on once again
without playing any pads or pedals during the TD-6V’s
warm up.
Song Does Not Play
Is GM Mode set to “ON?”
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/GM Mode; p. 99)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to set this to “OFF.” The sequencer does not
function when the TD-6V is in GM mode.
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Appendices
turned on until the kit name appeared in the
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Troubleshooting
Are you playing a new User song?
➝ Play back a song that contains performance data.
New User songs are indicated by “
” in the display.
External Sequencer Not Playing
Even During Performance of TD-6V
and Pads
Is the part’s MIDI channel correct? Or is the
channel set to “OFF?”
Is the volume level of the backing part and
percussion part set to “0?”
(SETUP/UTILITY/PercPartLevel, BackingLevel; p.
(SETUP/MIDI PART/Part CH; p. 102)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
76, p. 77)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Press [SHIFT] + [SONG] to jump to the backing part
volume settings screen.
In GM mode, No Sound of a
Specific Part in a Performance
Is it set not to receive MIDI messages?
(SETUP/GM PART/Part Rx Sw; p. 102)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Specific Part in Song Not Being
Played
Does [PART MUTE] light? (p. 84)
➝ Press [PART MUTE] so that the light is turned off.
No Sound/Low volume from
Device Connected to the MIX
IN Jack
Is the volume level for each part set to “0?”
Could you be using a connection cable that
(SONG/PART/Level; p. 88)
contains a resistor?
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
➝ Use a connection cable that does not contain a resistor.
Is the volume level of the connected device
TD-6V Not Playing Even During
Performance of External Sequencer
or Keyboard
Is the part’s MIDI channel correct? Or is the
channel set to “OFF?” (SETUP/MIDI PART/Part
CH; p. 102)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Is the volume level for each part set to “0?”
(SONG/PART/Level; p. 88)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
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turned down completely?
➝ Refer to the owner’s manual for the device, then set the
volume.
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Troubleshooting
Drum Kit Does Not Sound As
Intended
No Equalizer Applied
Is the drum kit’s Equalizer set to “OFF?”
(KIT/EQUALIZER/Master EQ Sw; p. 62)
Pressing [SHIFT] + [KIT] (Preview)
Starts Playback of the Song
➝ Press [+] to set this to “ON.”
Is the Gain set to “0?”
Is the Pad Pattern function (a feature that
(KIT/EQUALIZER/High Gain, Low Gain; p. 62)
starts performance of songs when a pad is
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
struck) specified for the selected pad?
(KIT/CONTROL/Pad Ptn; p. 63)
Pad Does Not Sound As
Intended
➝ Press [-] to set this to “OFF.”
To stop playback of a song in progress, press [STOP
].
Pad Not Playing Correctly
No Ambience Applied
Is the trigger type setting correct?
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Trig Type; p. 69)
Is the drum kit’s Ambience set to “OFF?”
(KIT/AMBIENCE/Amb Sw; p. 60)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Is the pad’s sensitivity setting correct?
(SETUP/TRIG BASIC/Sensitivity; p. 71)
Is the drum kit’s overall Ambience level set to
“0?” (KIT/AMBIENCE/Amb Level; p. 61)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
Has the Ambience level for individual
For fullest expression in performance, we recommend the
exclusive use of Roland pads.
instruments been lowered?
➝ Strike the pad to which Ambience is not being applied to
display the settings screen for that pad. Press [+] or [-] to
make the setting.
Is the KD-80, KD-85, KD-120, PD-80, PD-80R,
PD-85, PD-100, PD-105, PD-120, PD-125 or
RP-2 head tightened uniformly?
➝ Refer to the owner’s manual for the pad you are using,
then adjust the head tension.
If pad volume or other quality is unstable, making the head
tension somewhat tighter improve stability.
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(KIT/AMBIENCE/AmbSendLevel; p. 60)
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Troubleshooting
Wrong Sound Plays
The Song Stops Suddenly When
Playing the Pads
Is there a mistake in the head and rim
selection? (p. 55)
Are you using the Pad Pattern function?
➝ With some parameters, you can make separate settings for
(KIT/CONTROL/Pad Ptn; p. 63)
the head and rim. At this time, confirm the trigger type
➝ If so, look at your settings. Or see p. 63.
appearing in the upper right of the screen, then make the
When triggering/playing a song that is set to “LOOP” or
settings.
“ONE SHOT” mode, if you trigger another song (from a
pad), also in “LOOP” or “ONE SHOT” mode then the last
Are you making the rim shot (p. 36) and cross
song played will have priority. Don't forget that some
stick (p. 36) correctly?
“songs” are very short, a few notes, or even one chord. So
➝ To play rim shots, strike the head and rim simultaneously.
“sudden” stops can be caused by accidently triggering one
For cross stick, make sure your hand or stick does not
touch or strike the head.
Song Does Not Sound As
Intended
of these short songs. Always check your Pad Pattern
settings.
Sound is distorted
Sound in Headphones Distorted
Song Sounds Odd
Sometimes, setting the headphone output too
Have the part settings been changed?
(SONG/PART; p. 87)
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the settings.
Playback Stops Immediately After
Beginning
Is the song playback type set to “TAP?”
(SONG/COMMON/Play Type; p. 85)
➝ Press [-] to set this to “LOOP” or “1SHOT.”
“TAP” refers to the convenient playback function in Pad
Pattern (tapping the pad causes the song to be played
back).
high using certain tones can make it appear
that the sound is somewhat distorted.
➝ Turn down [VOLUME] completely. This alleviates the
distortion.
Output Sound Is Distorted
Sounds may become distorted somewhat
because of certain instrument and equalizer
settings.
➝ Lower the pad’s instrument volume.
(KIT/INST/Level; p. 59)
➝ Setting the Pan (positioning) at or near the center may
suppress the distortion. (KIT/INST/Pan; p. 59)
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Troubleshooting
Problems Operating the TD-6V
Striking Pads Does Not Switch the
Settings Screen
Is the pad’s settings screen locked?
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/Note Chase; p. 57, p.
Cannot Carry Out Bulk Dump
Is the MIDI connector used to connect the MIDI
cable correct? (p. 95)
➝ If you wish to save a bulk dump on an external device,
connect the TD-6V’s MIDI OUT/THRU connector to the
external sequencer’s MIDI IN connector.
97)
Could the external MIDI device be set in such a
➝ Press [+] to set this to “ON.”
way as to cause it to decline the reception of
MIDI Exclusive messages?
You can press [SHIFT] + [
pads’ settings screens.
] or [
] to switch to other
➝ Refer to the owner’s manual for the external MIDI device,
then set it so that the reception of System Exclusive data is
enabled.
Song Screen Not Displayed
Is GM Mode set to “ON?”
System exclusive data is data unique to individual devices,
so verify all settings.
(SETUP/MIDI COMMON/GM Mode; p. 99)
➝ Press [-] to set this to “OFF.” The sequencer does not
function when the TD-6V is in GM mode.
Display Is Too Light Or Too
Dark
Cannot Record or Edit User Song
Is the display contrast properly adjusted?
Is Song Lock set to “ON?”
➝ Press [+] or [-] to make the setting.
(SETUP/UTILITY/LCD Contrast; p. 76)
(SONG/COMMON/Song Lock; p. 86)
The visibility of the display will change depending on the
viewing angle and on room lighting conditions. The
visibility of the display will change depending on the
viewing angle and on room lighting conditions.
Appendices
➝ Press [-] to set this to “OFF.”
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Messages and Error Messages
This section explains the meaning of the various error
messages and other messages that the TD-6V may display,
and describes the measures to take when these appear.
When [EXIT] appears as shown in the following figure, you
can press [EXIT] to dismiss the message.
fig.e-001_50
Backup Battery Low!
fig.e-004_50
The internal backup battery of the TD-6V (a battery that
maintains data in the user memory) has run down.
Contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service center to have
the battery replaced.
System and Battery Error
Messages
Messages and Error Messages
Related to Sequencers and
Songs
System Error!
fig.e-002_50
DATA OVERLOAD!
fig.e-008_50
A problem has occurred with the internal system. Consult
your Roland dealer or nearest Roland Service Center.
Backup NG! Execute Reset All!
Song contained an excessive amount of data, and as a result
could not be output successfully from MIDI OUT.
Try eliminating a track that has too much data.
fig.e-003_50
999 Measure Maximum!
fig.e-009_50
Data in the TD-6V’s memory may be corrupted.
The TD-6V’s internal backup battery (the battery used for
saving User memory data) is fully drained; internal data has
been lost.
Consult your dealer or a nearby Roland service station to have
the battery replaced.
You can use the TD-6V temporarily by following the
instructions appearing in the display.
1. Press [ENTER
The maximum number of measures for one song has been
exceeded, and as a result no more can be recorded to the song.
Not Enough Memory!
fig.e-010_50
].
Song recording or editing could not be carried out because
there was not enough internal memory.
fig.e-003a_50
Try deleting songs that are no longer needed (SONG/
DELETE; p. 90).
2. Press [ENTER
] once again.
Factory Reset is executed, enabling you to use the TD-6V
temporarily.
Changes Not Saved! Preset Song!
Carrying out a Factory Reset deletes all of the current TD-6V’s
data and settings, and returns them to the original factory
settings.
This is a Preset song; changes to settings are not saved.
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fig.e-011_50
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Messages and Error Messages
Song Lock ON!
fig.e-012_50
Song Lock is on for this song; it cannot be edited or recorded.
Set Song Lock to “OFF” (SONG/COMMON/Song Lock; p.
86).
Empty Song!
fig.e-013_50
Messages and Error Messages
Related to MIDI
MIDI Offline!
fig.e-005_50
Something has caused a break in communication with the
external MIDI device.
Check that MIDI cables have not been disconnected or broken.
This song contains no performance data; it cannot be edited.
Checksum Error!
fig.e-006_50
No Empty Song!
fig.e-014_50
The checksum value of a system exclusive message was
incorrect.
There are no empty songs for recording.
Try deleting songs that are no longer needed (SONG/
DELETE; p. 90).
Correct the checksum value.
MIDI Buffer Full!
fig.e-007_50
New User Song Selected!
fig.e-015_50
A large amount of MIDI messages were received, and could
not be processed completely.
This is displayed when the following operations are carried
out.
• When pressing [SHIFT] + [STOP
] in the song screen
or the screen for selecting the copy destination in song
copy
• When [REC
] is pressed with a Preset song selected
Confirm that the external MIDI device is properly connected
(p. 105). If this does not resolve the problem, reduce the
amount of MIDI messages being transmitted to the TD-6V.
Data Transmitting... Please, Wait.
fig.e-017_50
Bulk data is being transmitted in response to an external
request for transmission.
Preset Song!
Bulk Data Transmit Aborted!
fig.e-015_50
fig.e-018_50
This is the preset song; the settings cannot be changed.
The bulk dump has been cancelled.
Appendices
Select a new User song automatically.
Data Receiving... Please, Wait.
fig.e-019_50
Bulk data is being received. Do not turn off the power.
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Drum Kit List
No.
Drum Kit Name
Remark
RoseWood
BeeBop X
Yo Yo
RokCncrt
LtnPerc+
6
7
8
Orch Set
TblaTun+
1ManBnd+
9
10
Scary
Guitars+
x-stick
Pad Pattern
(SNR_H,CR1_R)
PopKit X
Brushes
Groove
Rock It!
Birch
Ballad X
Natural
SteelSnr
TKO
Percussion Kits
20
21
22
23
Far Away
TmbleKit
BongoKit
CongaKit
24
Melody
36
37
38
39
40
HevyRock
DenkiRok
Rocker X
HevyMetl
Wt Room
Pad Pattern (HH_H)
41
RockBnd+
42
“A”Team+
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
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TR-808
Tekno
Mexi-Mix
Electro
TR-909
909Mix
808...9!
Jungle
ElecBoom
Science!
Aco&Elec
x-stick
43
SynBass+
44
DrmSolo+
45
BIGBand+
46
47
Ksnowki+
RimSong+
48
Drm’nBs+
49
Tabla+
50
LtnSqnc+
51
808Mix+
x-stick
x-stick
Pad Pattern
(T2_R, AUX, T4)
Pad Pattern (CR1_R)
Sequence Kits
Voice Kits
Electronic Kits I
Remark
Rock Melodic Kits
Pad Pattern (RD_H,RD_R)
Pad Pattern
(KIK,CR1_R,CR2_R)
Acoustic Drum Kits I
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Drum Kit Name
Rock Kits
Featured Kits
1
2
3
4
5
No.
52
53
Voices
“Scat”
Effect Kits
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
SlowTape
LowFi
Kids
PedalEFX
Gate
JunkYard
Cartoon
Pad Pattern
(KIK, CR1_H, CR1_R,
CR2-H, RD_H)
Pad Pattern
(KIK, T1_R, T2-R, T3_R)
Pad Pattern
(KIK, CR1_H,
CR1_R, CR2_R, AUX)
Pad Pattern (CR1_R)
Pad Pattern
(T1_R, T2_R, T3_R,
CR1_R, CR2_R, AUX)
Pad Pattern
(CR2_H, CR2_R)
Pad Pattern
(CR1_R, RD_H)
Pad Pattern
(CR1_R, CR2_R)
Pad Pattern (CR2_R)
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Drum Kit List
No.
Drum Kit Name
Remark
Jazz Kits
61
62
63
64
HipHop
R&B1
R&B2
Dance808
Funk Kits
69
70
71
JazzFunk
PowrFusn
Pocket
Ambience Kits
72
73
74
75
76
77
Dome
JzThet X
TileRoom
GigaHall
Cave
Dry&Wet
Drum Kit Name
Remark
Acoustic Drum Kits II
BrshSwel
Jazz
Sizzle
JazzOne
Electronic Kits II
65
66
67
68
No.
x-stick
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
DoubleHH
AJ Fusn
AcuStick
AppleStr
Crack!
Buzz
Ringer
Slip
Fibre
Oyster
Gospel
CopprSnr
BrassSnr
BrikHous
Studio1
Studio2
94
95
96
97
98
99
Roto Kit
Standrd1
Standrd2
Room
Power
User Kit
No.:
Drum Kit Number (Program Number)
+:
Pad Pattern:
The pad pattern function (p. 63) is set for the pads within the parentheses ( ).
(KIK = Kick, SNR = Snare, HH = Hi-Hat, T = Tom, CR = Crash, RD = Ride, H = Head, R = Rim)
x-stick:
A velocity switching “snare rim” sound, that when played softly produces a cross stick sound, and when played harder
produces a rim shot sound.
You can use cross sticks when using a rim-capable pad for the snare (Trigger Input 2).
No62 Jazz, No.95 Standrd1– No.98 Power:
This kit has the instruments in each percussion set assigned to the pads.
Appendices
No.99 User Kit:
Parameters including volume etc. are set to standard values.
Use this when creating a kit from scratch.
You can restore an edited drum kit to its factory settings. For more information, refer to “Restoring the Factory Settings
for the Edited Drum Kit” (p. 68).
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Drum Instrument List
No.
Name
KICK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
DblHeadK
Sharp K
Acous K
Meat
K
R8 Low K
R8 Dry K
WdBeatrK
Open
K
VintageK
26"DeepK
ThickHdK
Round K
Medium K
BigRoomK
Big
K
BigLow K
Studio1K
Studio2K
Studio3K
Studio4K
Studio5K
Studio6K
Studio7K
Studio8K
Buzz 1 K
Buzz 2 K
Buzz 3 K
Buzz 4 K
Buzz 5 K
Room 1 K
Room 2 K
Room 3 K
Room 4 K
Room 5 K
Room 6 K
Room 7 K
Amb 1 K
Amb 2 K
Amb 3 K
Amb 4 K
Solid1 K
Solid2 K
Solid3 K
Jazz 1 K
Jazz 2 K
18"JazzK
BrshHitK
Wood 1 K
Wood 2 K
Wood 3 K
Wood 4 K
Maple1 K
Maple2 K
Oak
K
Birch K
RoseWodK
OnePly K
Oyster K
Dry
K
DryMed K
DryHardK
DeepDryK
Fusion K
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Remark
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
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
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
SandBagK
BsktBalK
Mondo K
MdVrb1 K
MdVrb2 K
Sizzle K
Box
K
Ninja K
Dance K
House K
Pillow K
Rap
K
TR808 K
808HardK
808BoomK
808NoizK
TR909 K
909WoodK
909HdAtK
ElephntK
Cattle K
Door
K
Punch K
MachineK
Broken K
BendUp K
HrdNoizK
R8SolidK
ThinHedK
Tight K
Chunk K
Gate
K
Giant K
Inside K
Std1 1 K
Std1 2 K
Std2 1 K
Std2 2 K
Room 8 K
Room 9 K
Power K1
Power K2
Jazz 3 K
Jazz 4 K
Brush K
Elec 1 K
Elec 2 K
ElBend K
Plastk1K
Plastk2K
Gabba K
Gabba2 K
Tail
K
Jungle K
HipHop K
LoFi 1 K
LoFi 2 K
LoFi 3 K
LoFi 4 K
Noisy K
Splat K
Scrach1K
Scrach2K
Hi-Q
K
Space K
SynBassK
SNARE
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
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
Custom S
Cstm RS
CstmBr S
CstmBrRS
CstmSt S
CstmStRS
Picolo1S
Pco1 RS
Pco1Br S
Pco1BrRS
Pco1St S
Pco1StRS
Picolo2S
Pco2 RS
Pco2Br S
Pco2BrRS
Pco2St S
Pco2StRS
Picolo3S
Pco3 RS
Pco3Br S
Pco3BrRS
Pco3St S
Pco3StRS
Medium1S
Med1 RS
Med1 XS *x-stick
Med1Br S
Med1BrRS
Med1BrXS *x-stick
Med1St S
Med1StRS
Med1StXS *x-stick
Medium2S
Med2 RS
Med2Br S
Med2BrRS
Med2St S
Med2StRS
Medium3S
Med3 RS
Med3Br S
Med3BrRS
Med3St S
Med3StRS
Medium4S
Med4 RS
Med4Br S
Med4BrRS
Med4St S
Med4StRS
Fat1
S
Fat1 RS
Fat1Br S
Fat1BrRS
Fat1St S
Fat1StRS
Fat2
S
Fat2 RS
Fat2Br S
Fat2BrRS
Fat2St S
Fat2StRS
AcusticS
Acus RS
AcusBr S
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
AcusBrRS
AcusSt S
AcusStRS
VintageS
Vntg RS
VntgBr S
VntgBrRS
VntgSt S
VntgStRS
Comp
S
Comp RS
CompBr S
CompBrRS
CompSt S
CompStRS
Jazz
S
Jazz RS
Jazz XS *x-stick
JazzBr S
JazzBrRS
JazzBrXS *x-stick
JazzSt S
JazzStRS
JazzStXS *x-stick
Dirty S
Drty RS
DrtyBr S
DrtyBrRS
DrtySt S
DrtyStRS
13"
S
13"
RS
Birch S
Birch RS
TD7Mpl S
TD7MplRS
Ballad S
Brush1 S
Brush2 S
Brush3 S
Brsh Tap
Brsh Slp
Brsh Swl
BrshTmbS
MIDIBr1S
MIDIBr2S
MIDIBr3S
Boston S
BostonRS
Bronze S
Brnz RS
Bronze2S
Brnz2 RS
Birch2 S
Copper S
Copper2S
10"
S
L.A.
S
London S
Ring
S
Ring RS
Rock
S
Rock RS
R8MapleS
R8Mpl RS
BigShotS
Std1 1 S
Std1 2 S
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Std2 1 S
Std2 2 S
Room 1 S
Room 2 S
Power1 S
Power2 S
Gate
S
Jazz 2 S
Jazz 3 S
Funk
S
Funk RS
Bop
S
Bop
RS
Picolo5S
Pco5 RS
Picolo6S
Pco6 RS
Medium5S
Med5 RS
Medium6S
Med6 RS
Medium7S
Med7 RS
Medium8S
Med8 RS
Fat3
S
Fat3 RS
Fat4
S
Fat4 RS
DynamicS
Dynmc RS
Roll
S
Buzz
S
Dopin1 S
Dopin2 S
Reggae S
Cruddy S
Dance1 S
Dance2 S
House S
HousDpnS
Clap! S
Whack S
TR808 S
TR909 S
Elec 1 S
Elec 2 S
Elec 3 S
ElNoiz S
HipHop1S
HipHop2S
LoFi
S
LoFi RS
Radio S
CrsStk 1
CrsStk 2
CrsStk 3
CrsStk 4
CrsStk 5
CrsStk 6
808Crstk
TOM
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
OysterT1
OysterT2
OysterT3
OysterT4
Comp T1
Comp T2
Comp T3
Comp T4
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
Fibre T1
Fibre T2
Fibre T3
Fibre T4
Dry1 T1
Dry1 T2
Dry1 T3
Dry1 T4
Dry2 T1
Dry2 T2
Dry2 T3
Dry2 T4
Maple T1
Maple T2
Maple T3
Maple T4
Rose T1
Rose T2
Rose T3
Rose T4
SakuraT1
SakuraT2
SakuraT3
SakuraT4
Jazz1 T1
Jazz1 T2
Jazz1 T3
Jazz1 T4
Jazz2 T1
Jazz2 T2
Jazz2 T3
Jazz2 T4
Buzz1 T1
Buzz1 T2
Buzz1 T3
Buzz1 T4
Buzz2 T1
Buzz2 T2
Buzz2 T3
Buzz2 T4
Buzz3 T1
Buzz3 T2
Buzz3 T3
Buzz3 T4
Buzz4 T1
Buzz4 T2
Buzz4 T3
Buzz4 T4
NatralT1
NatralT2
NatralT3
NatralT4
Natrl2T1
Natrl2T2
Natrl2T3
Natrl2T4
StudioT1
StudioT2
StudioT3
StudioT4
Slap T1
Slap T2
Slap T3
Slap T4
Room1 T1
Room1 T2
Room1 T3
Room1 T4
Room2 T1
Room2 T2
Room2 T3
Room2 T4
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
Room3 T1
Room3 T2
Room3 T3
Room3 T4
Room4 T1
Room4 T2
Room4 T3
Room4 T4
Room5 T1
Room5 T2
Room5 T3
Room5 T4
Big
T1
Big
T2
Big
T3
Big
T4
Rock T1
Rock T2
Rock T3
Rock T4
Punch T1
Punch T2
Punch T3
Punch T4
Oak
T1
Oak
T2
Oak
T3
Oak
T4
Balsa T1
Balsa T2
Balsa T3
Balsa T4
VintgeT1
VintgeT2
VintgeT3
VintgeT4
Brsh1 T1
Brsh1 T2
Brsh1 T3
Brsh1 T4
Brsh2 T1
Brsh2 T2
Brsh2 T3
Brsh2 T4
Dark T1
Dark T2
Dark T3
Dark T4
AttackT1
AttackT2
AttackT3
AttackT4
Hall T1
Hall T2
Hall T3
Hall T4
Birch T1
Birch T2
Birch T3
Birch T4
Beech T1
Beech T2
Beech T3
Beech T4
Micro T1
Micro T2
Micro T3
Micro T4
Bend T1
Bend T2
Bend T3
Bend T4
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
Bowl T1
Bowl T2
Bowl T3
Bowl T4
Dirty T1
Dirty T2
Dirty T3
Dirty T4
Std 1 T1
Std 1 T2
Std 1 T3
Std 1 T4
Std 1 T5
Std 1 T6
Std 2 T1
Std 2 T2
Std 2 T3
Std 2 T4
Std 2 T5
Std 2 T6
Room6 T1
Room6 T2
Room6 T3
Room6 T4
Room6 T5
Room6 T6
Power T1
Power T2
Power T3
Power T4
Power T5
Power T6
Jazz3 T1
Jazz3 T2
Jazz3 T3
Jazz3 T4
Jazz3 T5
Jazz3 T6
Brsh3 T1
Brsh3 T2
Brsh3 T3
Brsh3 T4
Brsh3 T5
Brsh3 T6
Gate T1
Gate T2
Gate T3
Gate T4
LoFi T1
LoFi T2
LoFi T3
LoFi T4
ElBendT1
ElBendT2
ElBendT3
ElBendT4
ElBnd2T1
ElBnd2T2
ElBnd2T3
ElBnd2T4
ElBnd3T1
ElBnd3T2
ElBnd3T3
ElBnd3T4
ElNoisT1
ElNoisT2
ElNoisT3
ElNoisT4
ElDualT1
ElDualT2
ElDualT3
ElDualT4
Appendices
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
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No.
Name
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
Elec
Elec
Elec
Elec
Elec
Elec
TR808
TR808
TR808
TR808
TR808
TR808
Remark
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
HI-HAT
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
Pure HH
PureEgHH
BrightHH
BritEgHH
Jazz HH
JazzEgHH
Thin HH
ThinEgHH
Heavy HH
HevyEgHH
Light HH
LigtEgHH
Dark HH
DarkEgHH
12"
HH
12"Eg HH
13"
HH
13"Eg HH
14"
HH
14"Eg HH
15"
HH
15"Eg HH
Brush1HH
Brush2HH
SizzleHH
Sizle2HH
Voice HH
HandC HH
TambrnHH
MaracsHH
TR808 HH
TR909 HH
CR78 HH
Mtl808HH
Mtl909HH
Mtl78 HH
LoFi1 HH
LoFi2 HH
CRASH
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
Med14 Cr
Med16 Cr
Med18 Cr
Quik16Cr
Quik18Cr
Thin16Cr
Thin18Cr
Brsh1 Cr
Brsh2 Cr
SzlBr Cr
Swell Cr
Splsh 6"
Splsh 8"
Splsh10"
122
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
PERCUSSION
Splsh12"
Cup
4"
Cup
6"
HdSpl 8"
HdSpl10"
China10"
China12"
China18"
China20"
SzlChina
SwlChina
PgyzBack
PgyCrsh1
PgyCrsh2
PgyCrsh3
PgSplsh1
PgSplsh2
PhaseCym
Elec Cr
TR808 Cr
LoFi1 Cr
LoFi2 Cr
RIDE
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
Jazz Rd
Jazz RdE
Jazz RdB
Jazz RdX
Pop Rd
Pop RdE
Pop RdB
Pop RdX
Rock Rd
Rock RdE
Rock RdB
Rock RdX
Lite Rd
Lite RdE
Lite RdB
Lite RdX
CrashRd
CrashRdE
DkCrsRd
DkCrsRdE
Brsh1 Rd
Brsh2 Rd
SzlBr Rd
Szl1 Rd
Szl1 RdE
Szl1 RdB
Szl1 RdX
Szl2 Rd
Szl2 RdE
Szl2 RdB
Szl2 RdX
Szl3 Rd
Szl3 RdE
Szl3 RdB
Szl3 RdX
Szl4 Rd
Pgy Rd1
Pgy Rd1B
Pgy Rd1X
Pgy Rd2
Pgy Rd2B
Pgy Rd2X
LoFi Rd
LoFi RdE
LoFi RdB
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
*Bow/Bell
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
R8Bng Hi
R8Bng Lo
R8Bng2Hi
R8Bng2Lo
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Bongo2Hi
Bongo2Lo
R8Cng Mt
R8Cng Hi
R8Cng Lo
Conga Mt
Conga Sl
Conga Op
Conga Lo
CngMt VS
CngSl VS
Cowbell1
Cowbell2
CowblDuo
Claves
GiroLng1
GuiroSht
GiroLng2
Guiro VS
Maracas
Shaker
SmlShakr
Tambrn 1
Tambrn 2
Tambrn 3
Tambrn 4
Tmbl1 Hi
Tmbl1 Rm
Tmbl1 Lo
Paila
Tmbl2 Hi
Tmbl2 Lo
VibraSlp
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Agogo2Hi
Agogo2Lo
CabasaUp
CabasaDw
CabasaVS
CuicaMt1
Cuica Op
Cuica Lo
CuicaMt2
PandroMt
PandroOp
PandroSl
PandroVS
SurdoHMt
SurdoHOp
SurdoHVS
SurdoLMt
SurdoLOp
SurdoLVS
Whistle
Whisl Sh
Caxixi
Tabla Na
TablaTin
TablaTun
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Baya Ge
Baya Ka
750
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
Baya Gin
Baya Sld
Pot Drum
PotDr Mt
PotDr VS
TalkinDr
ThaiGong
ThaiGng2
BellTree
TinyGong
Gong
TemplBel
Wa-Daiko
Taiko
Sleibell
TreeChim
TringlOp
TringlMt
TringlVS
R70TriOp
R70TriMt
R70TriVS
Castanet
WdBlk Hi
WdBlk Lo
ConcrtBD
ConBD Mt
Hand Cym
HndCymMt
TimpaniG
TimpaniC
TimpaniE
PercHit1
PercHit2
Orch Maj
Orch Min
Orch Dim
Kick/Rol
Kick/Cym
OrchRoll
OrchChok
Hit Roll
Finale
808Clap
808Cwbl1
808Cwbl2
808Marcs
808Clavs
808Conga
909RIM
909CLAP
78Cowbel
78Guiro
78GiroSt
78Maracs
78MBeat
78Tambrn
78Bongo
78Claves
78Rim
55Claves
SPECIAL
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
Applause
Encore
Bird
Dog
Bubbles
Heart Bt
Telephon
Punch
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KungFoo
Pistol
Gun Shot
Glass
Hammer
Bucket
Barrel
TrashCan
Af Stomp
Bounce
CuicaHit
Monster
AirDrive
Car Door
Car Cell
CarEngin
Car Horn
Helicptr
Thunder
Bomb
Sticks
Click
Tamb FX
Tek Clik
Beep Hi
Beep Low
MetroBel
MetroClk
Snaps
Clap
NoizClap
Tek Noiz
Mtl Slap
R8 Slap
Vocoder1
Vocoder2
Vocoder3
DynScrch
Scrach 1
Scrach 2
Scrach 3
Scrach 4
Scrach 5
Scrach 6
ScrchLP
Phil Hit
LoFi Hit
Hi-Q
Hoo...
DaoDrill
Scrape
Martian
CoroCoro
CoroBend
Burt
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
Boing 1
Boing 2
TeknoBrd
Nantoka!
ElecBird
MtlBend1
MtlBend2
MtlNoise
MtlPhase
Laser
Mystery
TimeTrip
Kick Amb
SnareAmb
Tom Amb
MELODIC
889
890
891
892
893
894
895
896
897
898
899
900
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
Kalimba
Steel Dr
Glcknspl
Vibraphn
Marimba
Xylophon
Tublrbel
Celesta
Saw Wave
TB Bass
SlapBass
Gt Slide
GtScrach
GuitDist
GuitBs 1
GuitBs 2
CutGtDwn
CutGtUp
FletNoiz
Bs Slide
WahGtDw1
WahGtUp1
WahGtDw2
WahGtUp2
Shami VS
Brass VS
StrngsVS
Pizicato
TeknoHit
FunkHit1
FunkHit2
FunkHit3
VOICE
921
922
923
Lady Ahh
Aoouu!
Hooh!
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
931
932
933
934
935
936
937
938
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
946
947
948
949
950
951
952
953
954
955
956
957
958
959
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
967
968
969
970
971
Haa!
SayYeah!
Yeah
Ahhh
Haaa
Achaa!
Nope!
Bap
Dat
BapDatVS
Doot
DaoFall1
DaoFall2
DaoFall3
DaoFall4
DoDat VS
DoDao VS
Scat1 VS
Scat2 VS
Scat3 VS
Scat4 VS
Scat5 VS
Voice K
VoiceLoK
Voice S
Voice T1
Voice T2
Voice T3
Voice T4
Voice Cr
Count 1
Count 2
Count 3
Count 4
Count 5
Count 6
Count 7
Count 8
Count 9
Count 10
Count 11
Count 12
Count 13
CountAnd
Count E
Count A
Count Ti
Count Ta
REVERSE
972
973
974
975
976
RvsKick1
RvsKick2
RvsSnr 1
RvsSnr 2
RvsTom
977
978
979
980
981
982
983
984
985
986
987
988
989
RvsCrsh1
RvsCrsh2
RvsChina
RvsBelTr
Rvs Hi-Q
RvsMFaze
RvsAirDr
RvsBoin1
RvsBoin2
Rvs Bend
RvsVocod
RvsCarcl
RvsEngin
FIXED HI-HAT
990
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
Std1
Std1
Std1
Std1
Std1
Std2
Std2
Std2
Std2
Room
Room
Room
Room
Room
Powr
Powr
Powr
Powr
Brsh
Brsh
Brsh
Brsh
Elec
Elec
Elec
808
808
808
808
808
LoFi
LoFi
LoFi
LoFi
CH
ECH
OH
EOH
PdH
CH
ECH
OH
PdH
CH
ECH
OH
EOH
PdH
CH
ECH
OH
PdH
CH
ECH
OH
PdH
CH
OH
PdH
CH
ECH
OH
EOH
PdH
CH
OH
EOH
PdH
OFF
1024 OFF
*x-stick (XS):
A velocity switching “snare rim” sound, that when played softly produces a cross stick sound, and when played
harder, produces a rim shot sound.
*Bow/Bell (RdX):
A “cross-faded” type of sounds. With velocity, you can control “bow” and “bell” sound.
RS:
Rim shot sound
VS:
Velocity switching sound
Inst Group “FIXED HI-HAT”:
These are hi-hat sounds that cannot be controlled by the hi-hat control pedal.
123
Appendices
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850
851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
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Note No.
18
19
20
21
22
23
C1 24
25
26
28
29
27
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
40
41
39
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
52
53
51
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
64
65
63
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
76
77
75
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
88
89
87
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
124
1. Stndard 1
PC100 Voices
2. Stndard 2
PC101
3. Room
PC102
4. Power
PC103
5. Electronic
PC104
6. 808/909
PC105
Bs Slide
GtScrach
Gt Slide
CutGtDwn
CutGtUp
WahGtDw1
WahGtUp1
WahGtDw2
WahGtUp2
Hi-Q
Mtl Slap
Scrach 3
Scrach 2
Sticks
Click
MetroClk
MetroBel
Std1 2 K
Std1 1 K
CrsStk 3
Std1 1 S
Clap
Std1 2 S
Std 1 T6
Std1 CH
Std 1 T5
Std1 PdH
Std 1 T4
Std1 EOH
Std 1 T3
Std 1 T2
Med16 Cr
Std 1 T1
Pop Rd
China18"
Pop RdB
Tambrn 1
Splsh12"
Cowbell1
Quik16Cr
VibraSlp
Pop RdE
R8Bng Hi
R8Bng Lo
Conga Mt
Conga Sl
Conga Op
Tmbl1 Rm
Tmbl1 Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
CabasaUp
Maracas
Whisl Sh
Whistle
GuiroSht
GiroLng1
Claves
WdBlk Hi
WdBlk Lo
CuicaMt1
Cuica Op
TringlMt
TringlOp
Shaker
Sleibell
BellTree
Castanet
SurdoLMt
SurdoLOp
OFF
R8Cng Hi
TinyGong
Gong
PandroMt
PandroOp
PandroSl
TreeChim
Caxixi
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Std2 2 K
Std2 1 K
←
Std2 1 S
←
Std2 2 S
Std 2 T6
Std2 CH
Std 2 T5
Std2 PdH
Std 2 T47
Std2 OH
Std 2 T3
Std 2 T2
←
Std 2 T1
Jazz Rd
←
Jazz RdB
←
←
Cowbell2
←
←
Jazz RdE
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Room 9 K
Room 8 K
CrsStk 1
Room 1 S
←
Room 2 S
Room6 T6
Room CH
Room6 T5
Room PdH
Room6 T4
Room EOH
Room6 T3
Room6 T2
←
Room6 T1
Pop Rd
←
Pop RdB
←
←
←
←
←
Pop RdE
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Power K2
Power K1
←
Power1 S
←
Power2 S
Power T6
Powr CH
Power T5
Powr PdH
Power T4
Powr OH
Power T3
Power T2
←
Power T1
Jazz Rd
←
Jazz RdB
←
←
←
←
←
Jazz RdE
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Elec 2 K
Elec 1 K
CrsStk 3
Elec 1 S
←
Gate
S
Elec T6
Elec CH
Elec T5
Elec PdH
Elec T4
Elec OH
Elec T3
Elec T2
←
Elec T1
Pop Rd
RvsCrsh2
Pop RdB
←
←
Cowbell1
←
←
Pop RdE
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
TR909 K
TR808 K
808Crstk
TR808 S
808Clap
TR909 S
TR808 T6
808 ECH
TR808 T5
808 PdH
TR808 T4
808 EOH
TR808 T3
TR808 T2
TR808 CR
TR808 T1
←
China18”
←
78Tambrn
←
808Cwbl1
←
←
←
78Bongo
78Bongo
808Conga
808Conga
808Conga
←
←
←
←
←
808Marcs
←
←
78GiroSt
78Guiro
808Clavs
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
4
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
0
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
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C1 24
25
26
28
29
27
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
40
41
39
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
52
53
51
54
55
56
57
58
59
C4 60
61
62
64
65
63
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
76
77
75
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
88
89
87
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
7. Jazz
PC106
8. Brush
PC107
9. Perc Only
PC108
10. Special
PC109
Bs Slide
GtScrach
Gt Slide
CutGtDwn
CutGtUp
WahGtDw1
WahGtUp1
WahGtDw2
WahGtUp2
Hi-Q
Mtl Slap
Scrach 3
Scrach 2
Sticks
Click
MetroClk
MetroBel
Jazz 4 K
Jazz 3 K
CrsStk 3
Jazz 2 S
Clap
Jazz 3 S
Jazz3 T6
Std1 CH
Jazz3 T5
Std1 PdH
Jazz3 T4
Std1 EOH
Jazz3 T3
Jazz3 T2
Med16 Cr
Jazz3 T1
Jazz Rd
China18"
Jazz RdB
Tambrn 1
Splsh12"
Cowbell2
Quik16Cr
VibraSlp
Jazz RdE
R8Bng Hi
R8Bng Lo
Conga Mt
Conga Sl
Conga Op
Tmbl1 Rm
Tmbl1 Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
CabasaUp
Maracas
Whisl Sh
Whistle
GuiroSht
GiroLng1
Claves
WdBlk Hi
WdBlk Lo
CuicaMt1
Cuica Op
TringlMt
TringlOp
Shaker
Sleibell
BellTree
Castanet
SurdoLMt
SurdoLOp
OFF
R8Cng Hi
TinyGong
Gong
PandroMt
PandroOp
PandroSl
TreeChim
Caxixi
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Std2 2 K
Brush K
←
Brsh Tap
Brsh Slp
Brsh Swl
Brsh3 T6
Brsh CH
Brsh3 T5
Brsh PdH
Brsh3 T4
Brsh OH
Brsh3 T3
Brsh3 T2
Brsh1 Cr
Brsh3 T1
Brsh1 Rd
←
←
←
←
←
Brsh1 Cr
←
Jazz Rd
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
R8Bng2Hi
R8Bng2Lo
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Bongo2Hi
Bongo2Lo
R8Cng Mt
R8Cng Hi
R8Cng Lo
CowblDuo
Tambrn 2
Tambrn 3
Tmbl2 Hi
Tmbl2 Lo
Paila
Tabla Na
TablaTin
TablaTun
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Baya Ge
Baya Ka
Baya Gin
Baya Sld
Pot Drum
PotDr Mt
TalkinDr
ThaiGng2
TinyGong
Gong
TemplBel
Wa-Daiko
Taiko
R70TriOp
R70TriMt
TimpaniG
TimpaniG
TimpaniG
TimpaniG
TimpaniG
TimpaniC
TimpaniC
TimpaniC
ThaiGong
ThaiGong
ThaiGong
ThaiGong
PercHit1
PercHit2
Orch Maj
Orch Min
Orch Dim
Kick/Rol
Kick/Cym
OrchRoll
OrchChok
Hit Roll
Finale
Applause
Encore
TreeChim
808Clap
808Cwbl1
808Cwbl2
808Marcs
808Clavs
808Conga
909RIM
909CLAP
78Cowbel
78Guiro
78GiroSt
78Maracs
78MBeat
78Tambrn
78Bongo
78Claves
78Rim
55Claves
FunkHit2
FunkHit2
FunkHit2
FunkHit2
FunkHit3
FunkHit3
FunkHit3
FunkHit3
FunkHit1
FunkHit1
FunkHit1
FunkHit1
TeknoHit
TeknoHit
TeknoHit
TeknoHit
Heart Bt
Glass
Pistol
ScrchLP
Phil Hit
LoFi Hit
Boing 1
Monster
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Bomb
Thunder
Car Door
Car Cell
CarEngin
Car Horn
Helicptr
Gt Slide
GtScrach
GuitDist
GuitBs 1
GuitBs 2
FletNoiz
Shami VS
Brass VS
StrngsVS
StrngsVS
StrngsVS
Pizicato
RvsKick1
RvsSnr 2
RvsCrsh2
RvsChina
Lady Ahh
Aoouu!
Hooh!
Haa!
SayYeah!
Yeah
Ahhh
Haaa
Achaa!
Nope!
Bap
Dat
Scat3 VS
Doot
DaoFall1
DaoFall2
DaoFall3
DaoFall4
DoDat VS
DoDat VS
DoDat VS
DoDao VS
Scat1 VS
Scat2 VS
Scat2 VS
Scat2 VS
Scat4 VS
Mute
Drum Kit
Note Numbers
The note numbers assigned
to each trigger inputs
TRIG 3 (HI-HAT)CLOSE RIM
TRIG 3 (HI-HAT)OPEN RIM
TRIG 8 (TOM4)
TRIG 6 (AUX)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
TRIG 1 (KICK1)
TRIG 2 (SNARE)
TRIG 2 (SNARE) RIM
TRIG 7 (TOM3)
TRIG 3 (HI-HAT) CLOSED
TRIG 3 (HI-HAT) PEDAL
TRIG 5 (TOM2)
TRIG 3 (HI-HAT) OPEN
TRIG
TRIG
TRIG
TRIG
TRIG
TRIG
4 (TOM1)
9 (CRASH1)
4 (TOM1) RIM
11 (RIDE)
10 (CRASH2) RIM
11 (RIDE) RIM
*
TRIG 9 (CRASH1) RIM
*
TRIG 10 (CRASH2)
*
PC: Program Number
←: Same as the left
Voices:
Number of voice used
*:
Note number for muted
drum sounds when
muting only the drum
instruments of the
percussion part.
In GM Mode, “Standard
1” is assigned.
Appendices
Note No.
18
19
20
21
22
23
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PC
CC0 Name
PIANO
1
0
8
16
Piano 1
Piano 1w
Piano 1d
1
2
1
2
0
8
Piano 2
Piano 2w
1
2
3
0
8
Piano 3
Piano 3w
1
2
4
0
8
Honky-tonk
Honky-tonk w
2
2
E. PIANO
5
6
0
8
24
64
65
0
64
E.Piano 1
Detuned EP 1
60’s E.Piano
FM+SA EP
Hard Rhodes
E.Piano 2
Bright FM EP
1
2
1
2
2
8
0
8
16
21
Church Org.1
Church Org.2
Church Org.3
1
2
2
0
Reed Organ
1
22
0
8
Accordion Fr
Accordion It
2
2
23
0
Harmonica
1
24
0
Bandoneon
2
25
0
Nylon-str.Gt
1
26
0
8
64
Steel-str.Gt
12-str.Gt
Nylon+Steel
1
2
2
27
0
8
Jazz Gt.
Hawaiian Gt.
1
1
28
0
8
Clean Gt.
Chorus Gt.
1
2
0
64
65
66
67
0
64
Muted Gt.
Muted Gt.2
Pop Gt.
Funk Gt.
Funk Gt.2
Overdrive Gt
Fdbk.Odrv.Gt
1
2
1
1*
1*
1
2
0
8
64
65
66
67
DistortionGt
Feedback Gt.
Heavy Gt.
Fdbk. Hvy.Gt
Muted Dis.Gt
Rock Rhythm
1
2
1
2
1
2
0
8
Gt.Harmonics
Gt. Feedback
1
1
29
30
0
8
16
24
Harpsichord
Coupled Hps.
Harpsi.w
Harpsi.o
1
2
2
2
0
64
Clav.
Funk Clav.
1
2
31
32
CHROMATIC PERCUSSION
9
0
Celesta
0
Glockenspiel
1
11
0
Music Box
1
BASS
12
0
8
Vibraphone
Vib.w
1
2
33
13
0
Marimba
1
14
0
Xylophone
1
15
0
8
9
Tubular-bell
Church Bell
Carillon
1
1
1
0
Santur
1
ORGAN
17
0
8
16
32
64
65
Organ 1
Detuned Or.1
60's Organ 1
Organ 4
SC88 Organ 4
Even Bar
1
2
1
2
1
2
18
0
8
32
Organ 2
Detuned Or.2
Organ 5
1
2
2
19
0
Organ 3
2
126
39
0
1
8
64
65
66
Synth Bass 1
SynthBass101
Synth Bass 3
TB303 Bs 1
TB303 Bs 2
TB303 Bs 3
1
1
1
1
1
1
40
0
16
64
65
66
67
Synth Bass 2
Rubber Bass
SH101 Bs 1
SH101 Bs 2
SH101 Bs 3
Modular Bass
2
2
1
1
1
2
ORCHESTRA
41
0
8
Violin
Slow Violin
1
1
42
0
Viola
1
43
0
Cello
1
44
0
Contrabass
1
45
0
Tremolo Str
1
46
0
PizzicatoStr
1
47
0
Harp
1
48
0
Timpani
1
STRINGS
49
0
8
Strings
Orchestra
1
2
50
0
Slow Strings
1
51
0
8
64
65
Syn.Strings1
Syn.Strings3
Syn.Strings4
OB Strings
1
2
2
2
52
0
Syn.Strings2
2
53
0
32
Choir Aahs
Choir Aahs 2
1
1
54
0
Voice Oohs
1
55
0
SynVox
1
56
0
OrchestraHit
2
*: VELOCITY SWITCH
The tone switches at velocity 116.
1
10
16
SYN. BASS
GUITAR
2
2
CLAVI
7
20
Voices
34
0
64
Acoustic Bs.
Elctrc.Ac.Bs
2
2
0
64
65
Fingered Bs.
Funk Bass
Reggae Bass
1
2
2
35
0
64
65
Picked Bs.
Mute PickBs1
Mute PickBs2
1
1
1
BRASS
57
0
Trumpet
1
36
0
Fretless Bs.
1
58
37
0
64
65
66
Slap
Slap
Reso
Slap
Bass 1
Bass 3
Slap
Bass 4
1
1
1
1
0
1
Trombone
Trombone 2
1
2
59
0
Tuba
1
60
0
MutedTrumpet
1
Slap Bass 2
1
61
0
1
French Horn
Fr.Horn 2
2
2
62
0
8
Brass 1
Brass 2
1
2
38
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64
SYN. PAD
0
8
16
64
65
66
67
Synth Brass1
Synth Brass3
AnalogBrass1
Synth Brass5
Poly Brass
Quack Brass
Octave Brass
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0
8
16
64
65
66
Synth Brass2
Synth Brass4
AnalogBrass2
Soft Brass
Velo Brass 1
Velo Brass 2
2
1
2
2
2
2
REED
Fantasia
2
119
0
64
65
Warm Pad
Thick Pad
Horn Pad
1
2
2
0
8
9
Synth Drum
808 Tom
Elec Perc.
1
1
1
120
0
Reverse Cym.
1
91
0
64
Polysynth
80's PolySyn
2
2
92
0
Space Voice
1
93
0
Bowed Glass
2
94
0
64
Metal Pad
Panner Pad
2
2
95
0
Halo Pad
2
96
0
64
65
Sweep Pad
Polar Pad
Converge
1
1
1
1
66
0
Alto Sax
1
67
0
Tenor Sax
1
68
0
Baritone Sax
1
97
0
69
0
Oboe
1
98
70
0
English Horn
1
71
0
Bassoon
1
72
0
Clarinet
1
Piccolo
1
74
0
Flute
1
75
0
Recorder
1
76
0
Pan Flute
1
77
0
Bottle Blow
2
78
0
Shakuhachi
2
79
0
Whistle
1
80
0
Ocarina
1
0
1
8
Square Wave
Square
Sine Wave
2
1
1
0
1
8
64
65
Saw Wave
Saw
Doctor Solo
Big Lead
Waspy Synth
2
1
2
2
2
83
0
Syn.Calliope
2
84
0
Chiffer Lead
2
85
0
64
65
66
Charang
Dist. Lead 1
Dist. Lead 2
Funk Lead
2
2
2
2
82
GUITAR BASS FX
121
0
1
64
65
66
67
Gt.FretNoise
Gt.Cut Noise
Wah Brush Gt
Gt. Slide
Gt. Scratch
Bass Slide
1
1
1
1
1
1
122
0
1
Breath Noise
Fl.Key Click
1
1
123
0
1
2
3
5
Seashore
Rain
Thunder
Wind
Bubble
1
1
1
1
2
124
0
1
3
Bird
Dog
Bird 2
2
1
1
125
0
1
3
5
Telephone 1
Telephone 2
Door
Wind Chimes
1
1
1
2
126
0
2
9
64
Helicopter
Car-Stop
Burst Noise
Space Tri.
1
1
2
1
127
0
3
Applause
Punch
2
1
128
0
2
3
Gun Shot
Lasergun
Explosion
1
1
2
SFX
SYN. SFX
Ice Rain
2
0
64
65
Soundtrack
Ancestral
Prologue
2
2
2
99
0
1
Crystal
Syn Mallet
2
1
100
0
Atmosphere
2
101
0
Brightness
2
102
0
Goblin
2
103
0
1
2
64
65
66
Echo Drops
Echo Bell
Echo Pan
Echo Pan 2
Big Panner
Reso Panner
1
2
2
2
2
2
Star Theme
2
104
0
ETHNIC MISC
105
0
1
Sitar
Sitar 2
1
2
106
0
Banjo
1
107
0
Shamisen
1
108
0
8
Koto
Taisho Koto
1
2
109
0
Kalimba
1
110
0
Bagpipe
1
111
0
Fiddle
1
112
0
Shanai
1
SYN. LEAD
81
1
1
0
Soprano Sax
0
Melo. Tom 1
Melo. Tom 2
90
0
73
0
8
89
65
PIPE
118
PERCUSSIVE
113
0
Tinkle Bell
1
114
0
Agogo
1
86
0
Solo Vox
2
115
0
Steel Drums
1
87
0
64
5th Saw Wave
Big Fives
2
2
116
0
8
Woodblock
Castanets
1
1
88
0
64
65
Bass & Lead
Big & Raw
Fat & Perky
2
2
2
117
0
8
Taiko
Concert BD
1
1
PC:
Program Number
(Instrument Number)
CC:
Value of control change
number 0
Voices: Number of voices used
• To switch instruments from the
external MIDI device, send “0”
on the CC32# (Control Change
Bank Select) from the external
MIDI device to the TD-6V.
• The value of the CC32# (Control
Change Bank Select) that the
TD-6V transmits is always “0.”
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Preset Song List
No.
Song Name
Time Sig Length
Tempo
Type
DRUMS
4/4
8
124
LOOP
US ROCK
ACO ROCK
8BT'ROK1
8BT'ROK2
MED ROK
SHFL ROK
FUNK ROK
SLOW ROK
URBAN
UPBEAT
TRIPLETS
16BT'ROK
CYBER
HARDROCK
FNKYHR
BOOGIE
HARD POP
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
35
26
36
30
24
26
32
20
29
33
35
31
30
22
20
48
38
128
120
114
140
109
126
100
72
113
100
105
86
129
195
100
216
175
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
DRUMS
1
METAL
19
20
EARLYMTL
THRASH
4/4
4/4
24
32
120
195
1SHOT
1SHOT
6/8
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
28
24
24
15
29
50
65
64
65
75
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
BALLAD
21
22
23
24
25
6/8BLD
POPBLD
ROCK BLD
PIANOBLD
16BT'BLD
Song Name
Time Sig Length
Tempo
Type
ROCKABLY
ROCKIN'
SURF ROK
4/4
4/4
4/4
21
32
24
96
170
150
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
BLUEGRSS
CNTRYBLD
CNTRYROK
4/4
4/4
4/4
22
36
37
142
104
125
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
SWING1
SWING2
JAZZ WLZ
JAZZ BLD
LATINJAZ
6/8 JAZZ
SMTHJAZZ
BIGBAND
4/4
4/4
3/4
4/4
4/4
6/8
4/4
4/4
39
37
51
42
37
35
39
32
200
192
110
110
167
93
183
130
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
3/4
4/4
4/4
18
29
22
27
37
41
24
46
25
25
95
96
85
86
130
120
112
123
82
100
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
37
35
34
24
23
25
20
24
24
24
23
90
132
122
105
113
102
102
125
86
96
118
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
22
29
20
24
27
96
142
132
125
192
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
R&R
ROCK
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
No.
45
46
47
COUNTRY
48
49
50
JAZZ
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
FUSION
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
FUSE
ACID FS
SLOW FS
MED SHFL
UP SHFL
FUNK FS1
FUNK FS2
3/4 FS
BGM FS
CTMP'FS
DANCE
R&B
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
OLD R&B1
OLD R&B2
OLD R&B3
OLD R&B4
R&B SHFL
R&B HOP1
R&B HOP2
SMTH GRV
SHFL GRV
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
27
28
25
22
23
35
42
24
26
154
148
150
82
112
96
93
73
96
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
BLUES1
BLUES2
BLUES3
4/4
4/4
4/4
30
36
21
67
113
55
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
BGM POP
REFRESH
DANCEPOP
POP ROCK
ACOUSPOP
ELEC POP
POP WLTZ
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
3/4
27
25
25
38
20
25
26
88
89
120
123
89
100
120
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
HIPHOP
EUROBEAT
HOUSE
FUNK1
FUNK2
FUNK3
808HPHOP
JAZZFUNK
ACIDFUNK
HPHPJAZZ
TEKPOP
BLUES
35
36
37
POPS
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
128
REGGAE
80
81
82
83
84
REGGAE1
REGGAE2
REGGAE3
REGGAE4
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Preset Song List
No.
Song Name
Time Sig Length
Tempo
Type
No.
LATIN1
LATIN2
LATIN3
MAMBO
MERENGUE
SALSA1
SALSA2
SALSA3
SONGO
TJANO
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
41
41
33
36
36
30
25
47
24
24
120
108
130
182
207
115
102
165
109
89
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
4/4
4/4
4/4
27
20
28
85
152
136
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
8BEAT1
8BEAT2
8BEAT3
SHUFFL1
SHUFFL2
SLOW1
SLOW2
R&B1
R&B2
BLUES
POP X
DIXIE
FUNK1
FUNK2
16BEAT1
16BEAT2
HIPHOP2
AMBIENT1
AMBIENT2
TRANCE
RAVE
REGGAE5
BOSSA BT
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
8
16
8
8
8
4
8
8
8
12
8
8
8
8
4
4
4
8
8
8
8
8
4
118
140
113
120
108
69
64
100
104
120
124
162
90
106
120
112
101
96
120
132
132
122
120
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
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
170
4/4SHAKR
6/8SHAKR
LATN PTN
CLAVES
TABLA
SITRDRON
4/4
6/8
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
1
1
2
1
2
1
86
120
120
120
128
89
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
LOOP
DRUMFILL
DBL BASS
ROLL T1
ROLL T2
ROLL T3
LATNFILL
ROLLBNGO
SPANISH
BRS FALL
ENCORE
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
7
120
130
130
130
130
120
117
123
120
120
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
1SHOT
LATIN
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
BOSSA
SAMBA1
SAMBA2
BASICPTN
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
Time Sig Length
Tempo
Type
SAMBA
ACO BASS
BRS SECT
GRV BASS
GRV PAD
GRV CHRD
ADLBSOLO
JAZZEND1
JAZZEND2
FUNK BRK
FUNKEND1
FUNKEND2
SITARRAG
SANTUR
STRINGS
RESOBASS
SYNCHRD1
SYNCHRD2
A_GTRTAP
E_GTRTAP
D_GTRTAP
C_GTRTAP
G_GTRTAP
A_STRUM
GTRCHRD1
GTRCHRD2
PAD&BASS
ACO GTR
WAH GTR
CUT GTR
VOICES
ANLGPERC
SFX TAP
CAR CELL
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
120
160
160
120
120
120
120
60
100
130
130
130
100
128
128
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
80
86
120
120
120
120
120
120
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
TAP
BRAZIL
95
96
97
Song Name
1
4
5
2
2
1
16
6
4
1
2
3
17
3
8
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
8
6
1
1
2
1
5
3
LOOP
121
122
123
124
125
126
Appendices
1SHOT
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
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Parameter List
Drum Kit Parameters
KIT
Parameter
Drum Kit (p. 55)
Drum Kit
Value
1–99
KIT/INST
Parameter
Inst (p. 58)
Inst Group (p. 57)
Instrument
Instrument Group
Level (p. 59)
Pan (p. 59)
Pitch (p. 59)
Decay (p. 59)
Level
Pan
Pitch
Decay
Value
1–1024
KICK, SNARE, TOM, HI-HAT, CRASH, RIDE, PERC,
SPECIAL, MELODIC, VOICES, REVERSE,
FIXED HI-HAT, OFF
0–127
L15–CENTER–R15, RANDOM, ALTERNATE
-480–+480
-31–+31
KIT/AMBIENCE
Parameter
Ambience Sw (p. 60)
AmbSendLevel (p. 60)
Studio (p. 60)
Ambience Switch
Ambience Send Level
Studio Type
WallType (p. 61)
Room Size (p. 61)
Amb Level (p. 61)
Wall Type
Room Size
Ambience Level
Value
OFF, ON
0–127
LIVING, BATHROOM, STUDIO, GARAGE, LOCKER,
THEATER, CAVE, GYM, STADIUM
WOOD, PLASTER, GLASS
SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE
0–127
Master Equalizer Switch
High Gain
Low Gain
Value
OFF, ON
-12dB–+12dB
-12dB–+12dB
Pad Pattern
Pad Pattern Velocity
Pitch Control Assign
Note Number
Gate Time
Value
OFF, 1–270
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
0 (C -)–127 (G 9)
0.1sec–8.0sec (0.1 sec steps)
KIT/EQUALIZER
Parameter
Master EQ Sw (p. 62)
High Gain (p. 62)
Low Gain (p. 62)
KIT/CONTROL
Parameter
Pad Ptn (p. 63)
Pad Ptn Velo (p. 63)
Pitch Ctrl (p. 64)
Note No. (p. 64)
Gate Time (p. 65)
+:
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
KIT/COMMON
Parameter
MasterVolume (p. 66)
Pedal HH Vol (p. 66)
PchCtrlRange (p. 66)
KitName (p. 67)
Master Volume
Pedal Hi-Hat Volume
Pitch Control Range
Drum Kit Name
Value
0–127
0–15
-24–+24
8 characters (*1)
*1:
space
130
+
+
+
+
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Parameter List
KIT/COPY
Parameter
Src (p. 67)
Dst (p. 67)
Copy Source
Copy Destination
Value
P01–P99, U01–U99
U01–U99
Exchange Source
Exchange Destination
Value
P01–P99, U01–U99
U01–U99
KIT/EXCHANGE
Parameter
Src (p. 68)
Dst (p. 68)
Song Parameters
SONG
Parameter
Song (p. 83)
Song Category (p. 83)
+:
Song
Song Category
Value
001–270
DRUMS, ROCK, METAL, BALLAD, R&B, BLUES, POPS,
R&R, COUNTRY, JAZZ, FUSION, DANCE, REGGAE,
LATIN, BRAZIL, BASICPTN, LOOP, 1SHOT, TAP, USER
+
+
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
SONG/COMMON
Parameter
Tempo (p. 85)
Play Type (p. 85)
Quick Play (p. 86)
Reset Time (p. 86)
Tap Exc Sw (p. 86)
Song Lock (p. 86)
SngName (p. 87)
Tempo
Play Type
Quick Play
Reset Time
Tap Exclusive Switch
Song Lock
Song Name
Value
20–260
LOOP, 1SHOT, TAP
OFF, ON
OFF, 0.1s–8.0s (0.1 sec steps)
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
8 characters (*1)
+
+
+
+
+
#
#
+: This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
#: This setting cannot be made when the preset song is selected.
*1:
space
SONG/PART:Perc
Parameter
Set (p. 88)
Level (p. 88)
AmbSendLevel (p. 89)
+:
Percussion Set
Level
Ambience Send Level
Value
1–10
0–127
0–127
+
+
+
Value
1–128
0–127
L15–CENTER–R15
0–127
0–24
+
+
+
+
+
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
Parameter
Inst (p. 88)
Level (p. 88)
Pan (p. 89)
AmbSendLevel (p. 89)
Bend Range (p. 89)
+:
Instrument
Level
Pan
Ambience Send Level
Bend Range
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
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Parameter List
SONG/COPY
Parameter
Src (p. 89)
Dst (p. 89)
+:
Copy Source
Copy Destination
Value
001–270
171–270
+
+
Value
171–270
+
Value
171–270
ALL, KIT, PERC, PART1, PART2, PART3, PART4
+
+
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
SONG/DELETE
Parameter
Song (p. 90)
+:
Delete Song
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
SONG/ERASE
Parameter
Song (p. 91)
Part (p. 91)
+:
Erase Song
Erase Part
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
Setup Parameters
SETUP/UTILITY
+:
Parameter
LCD Contrast (p. 76)
PercPrtLevel (p. 76)
Backing Level (p. 77)
Mute (p. 77)
LCD Contrast
Percussion Part Level
Backing Level
Mute
Master Tune (p. 77)
Preview Velo (p. 78)
AvailMemory (p. 78)
Master Tune
Preview Velocity
Available Memory
Value
1–16
0–127
0–127
SongDrum, SongDrm/Prc, UserDrmPart, Part1, Part2,
Part3, Part4, Part1-4
415.3–466.2 (0.1 Hz steps)
0–127
0–100% (check only)
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
SETUP/TRIG BASIC
Parameter
TrigTyp (p. 69)
Trigger Type
Secsitivity (p. 71)
Threshold (p. 72)
TrigCurve (p. 72)
Sensitivity
Threshold
Trigger Curve
Xtalk Cancel (p. 73)
Crosstalk Cancel
Value
PD-8, PD Type, PD-80R, PD-120, PD-125, KD-8, KD Type,
CY-8, CY Type, RT-7K, RT-5S, RT-3T, RIM
1–16
0–15
LINEAR, EXP1, EXP2, LOG1, LOG2, SPLINE, LOUD1,
LOUD2
OFF, 20–80 (5 steps)
Scan Time
Retrigger Cancel
Mask Time
Rim Sensitivity
Value
0–4.0ms (0.1 ms steps)
1–16
0–64ms (4ms steps)
OFF, 1–15
SETUP/TRIG ADVNCD
Parameter
Scan Time (p. 74)
Retrig Cancel (p. 74)
Mask Time (p. 74)
Rim Sens (p. 75)
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+
+
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Parameter List
SETUP/MIDI COMMON
Parameter
Note Chase (p. 97)
Local Control (p. 97)
Sync Mode (p. 98)
CH10Priorty (p. 98)
PdlDataThin (p. 99)
GM Mode (p. 99)
Rx GM ON (p. 100)
Soft Thru (p. 100)
Device ID (p. 101)
Tx PC Sw (p. 101)
Rx PC Sw (p. 101)
+:
Note Chase
Local Control
Sync Mode
Channel 10 Priority
Pedal Data Thin
GM Mode
Rx GM On
Soft Thru
Device ID
Tx PC Switch
Rx PC Switch
Value
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
INT, EXT, REMOTE
KIT, PERC
OFF, 1, 2
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
1–32
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
+
+
+
+
+
+
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
SETUP/MIDI PART
Parameter
KitPart CH (p. 102)
PercPart CH (p. 102)
Part1 CH (p. 102)
Part2 CH (p. 102)
Part3 CH (p. 102)
Part4 CH (p. 102)
+:
Drum Kit Part MIDI Channel
Percussion Part MIDI Channel
Part 1 MIDI Channel
Part 2 MIDI Channel
Part 3 MIDI Channel
Part 4 MIDI Channel
Value
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
+
+
+
+
+
+
Value
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
-
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
SETUP/GM PART
Parameter
Part1 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part2 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part3 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part4 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part5 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part6 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part7 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part8 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part9 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part10 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part11 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part12 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part13 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part14 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part15 Rx Sw (p. 102)
Part16 Rx Sw (p. 102)
-:
Part 1 Rx Switch
Part 2 Rx Switch
Part 3 Rx Switch
Part 4 Rx Switch
Part 5 Rx Switch
Part 6 Rx Switch
Part 7 Rx Switch
Part 8 Rx Switch
Part 9 Rx Switch
Part 10 Rx Switch
Part 11 Rx Switch
Part 12 Rx Switch
Part 13 Rx Switch
Part 14 Rx Switch
Part 15 Rx Switch
Part 16 Rx Switch
This setting can be made in GM mode only.
SETUP/BULK DUMP
Parameter
Bulk Dump (p. 103)
Bulk Dump
Value
ALL, SETUP, ALL SONGS, ALL KITS, KIT 01–KIT 99
Factory Reset
Value
ALL, THIS DRUM KIT, ALL DRUM KITS, ALL SONGS
Parameter
Reset (p. 78)
Appendices
SETUP/FactoryReset
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Parameter List
Click Parameters
CLICK
+:
Parameter
Click Level (p. 79)
Time Sig (p. 80)
Interval (p. 80)
Inst (p. 80)
Click Level
Time Signature
Interval
Inst
Pan (p. 80)
PlyCountIn (p. 80)
RecCountIn (p. 80)
Pan
Play Count In
Recording Count In
Value
0–127
0–13/2, 0–13/4, 0–13/8, 0–13/16
1/2, 3/8, 1/4, 4/8, 1/12, 1/16
VOICE, CLICK, BEEP, METRONOME, CLAVES,
WOOD BLOCK, STICKS, CROSS STICK, TRIANGLE,
COWBELL, CONGA, TALKING DRM, MARACAS,
CABASA, CUICA, AGOGO, TAMBOURINE, SNAPS, 909
SNARE, 808 COWBELL
L15–CENTER–R15
OFF, 1MEAS, 2MEAS
OFF, 1MEAS, 2MEAS
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
Song Recording
Recording Standby
+:
Parameter
Time Sig (p. 93)
Length (p. 93)
Tempo (p. 93)
Quantize (p. 94)
Time Signature
Length
Tempo
Quantize
Rec Mode (p. 94)
HitPadStart (p. 94)
Recording Mode
Hit Pad Start
Value
1–13/2, 1–13/4, 1–13/8, 1–13/16
1–999
20–260
(8th note),
(8th note triplets),
(16th note),
(16th note triplets),
(32nd note),
(32nd note triplets),
(64th note), OFF
REPLACE, LOOP ALL, LOOP 1, LOOP 2
OFF, ON
+
+
+
+
+
+
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
Tempo
Tempo
Parameter
Tempo (p. 79, p. 85)
+:
Tempo
This setting cannot be made in GM mode.
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Value
20–260
+
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MIDI Implementation Chart
PERCUSSION SOUND MODULE (NORMAL MODE (Expect SEQUENCER SECTION)) Date : Oct. 24, 2003
MIDI Implementation Chart
Transmitted
Function...
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode 3
X
Mode 3
X
**************
**************
0–127
0–127
0–127
0–127
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
Note
Number : True Voice
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
After
Touch
Key's
Channel's
O
X
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
4
6
7
10
11
64
91
100, 101
Control
Change
*1
X
O
*3
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
*3
O
0–127
System Exclusive
O
O
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
X
X
X
X
X
: Clock
System
Real Time : Commands
X
X
X
X
: True Number
X
: All Sound Off
: Reset All Controllers X
Aux
X
: Local On/Off
Messages : All Notes Off
X
O
: Active Sensing
X
: System Reset
Notes
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Memorized (Non-Volatile)
*1
O
0–127
Program
Change
Remarks
O
X
*1
Version : 1.00
*1
*3
*2
*3
*3
*2
*3
Bank select
Modulation
Foot control
Data entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
Hold 1
Effect 1 (Reverb Send Level)
RPN LSB, MSB
Program No. 1–128
O (120, 126, 127)
O
X
O (123–127)
O
X
Appendices
Model TD-6V
* 1 Drum kit part only.
* 2 Percussion part and backing part only.
* 3 Backing part only.
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
O : Yes
X : No
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PERCUSSION SOUND MODULE (NORMAL MODE (SEQUENCER SECTION))
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model TD-6V
Transmitted
Function...
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode 3
X
X
X
**************
**************
0–127
0–127
0–127
0–127
Note
Number : True Voice
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
After
Touch
Key's
Channel's
X
X
X
X
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
4
6
7
10
11
64
91
100, 101
Control
Change
Program
Change
: True Number
O
*3
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
*3 *4 *5
*3
*2 *4
*3
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
O
0–127
*4 *5
X
*1
*3
*2 *4
*3 *4
O
O (do not record)
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
X
X
X
X
X
: Clock
System
Real Time : Commands
O
O
X
X
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
136
Remarks
Memorized (Non-Volatile)
*3
*1
*3
Bank select
Modulation
Foot control
Data entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
Hold 1
Effect 1 (Reverb Send Level)
RPN LSB, MSB
*6
*7
O
O
X
O (123–127)
O (do not record)
X
X
: All Sound Off
: Reset All Controllers X
Aux
X
: Local On/Off
Messages : All Notes Off
X
O
: Active Sensing
X
: System Reset
*1
*2
*3
*4
Version : 1.00
Program No. 1–128
System Exclusive
Notes
Date : Oct. 24, 2003
Drum kit part only.
*5 Transmits when instruments are selected for parts.
Percussion part and backing part only. *6 Receives when Sync Mode setting is "EXT".
Backing part only.
*7 Receives when Sync Mode setting is
Transmits when song is selected.
"EXT" or "REMOTE".
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
O : Yes
X : No
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PERCUSSION SOUND MODULE (General MIDI MODE)
MIDI Implementation Chart
Transmitted
Function...
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
X
X
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
X
X
Mode 3
X
**************
**************
Note
Number : True Voice
X
**************
0–127
0–127
Remarks
Memorized (Non-Volatile)
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
X
X
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
After
Touch
Key's
Channel's
X
X
X
O
*1
X
O
*1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
**************
O
0–127
System Exclusive
O
O
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
X
X
X
X
X
: Clock
System
Real Time : Commands
X
X
X
X
X
: All Sound Off
: Reset All Controllers X
Aux
X
: Local On/Off
Messages : All Notes Off
X
O
: Active Sensing
X
: System Reset
O
O
X
O
O
X
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
4
6
7
10
11
64
91
100, 101
Control
Change
Program
Change
: True Number
Notes
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
Version : 1.00
*1
*1
*1
*1
*1
Bank select
Modulation
Foot control
Data entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
Hold 1
Effect 1 (Reverb Send Level)
RPN LSB, MSB
Program No. 1–128
Appendices
Model TD-6V
*1 Not received on Channel 10
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
O : Yes
X : No
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138
Inst
Part4
CLICK
Inst
CLICK/
Inst
Perc Set
Inst
Part3
Percussion
Inst
Part2
SONG/
PART/
Level
SONG/
PART/
Inst,
Perc Set
Level
CLICK/
Click Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
Level
KIT/
INST/
Level
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Inst
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
Head
Rim
Head
Head
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
Head
KIT/
INST/
Inst
Part1
11 RIDE
10 CRASH2
9 CRASH1
8 TOM4
7 TOM3
6 AUX
5 TOM2
4 TOM1
3 HI-HAT
2 SNARE
1 KICK
Drum Kit
PercPart
Level
Backing
Level
SETUP/
COMMON/
BackingLevel,
PercPrtLevel
Master
Volume
KIT/
COMMON/
MasterVolume
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
SONG/
PART/
AmbSendLevel
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
KIT/
AMBIENCE/
AmbSendLevel
CLICK/Pan
SONG/PART/Pan
Studio
Wall Type
Room Size
Level
Ambience
KIT/AMBIENCE
KIT/
INST/
Pan
High Gain
Low Gain
Master
Equalizer
KIT/
EQUALIZER
PHONES
R
OUTPUT
L(MONO)
TD-6V
Block Diagram
Volume
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Specifications
TD-6V: Percussion Sound Module (Conforms to General MIDI System)
Maximum Polyphony
Power Supply
64 Voices
AC Adaptor (DC 9 V)
Instruments
Current Draw
Drum Instruments:
1,024
Backing Instruments:
262
1,000 mA
Dimensions
Drum Kits
266 (W) x 199 (D) x 75 (H) mm
99
10-1/2 (W) x 7-7/8 (D) x 3 (H) inches
Effect Types
Weight
Ambience
1.1 kg / 2 lbs 7 oz (excluding AC Adaptor)
2-Band Master Equalizer
Accessories
Sequencer
Preset Songs:
170
User Songs:
100
Parts:
6
Play Functions:
One shot, Loop, Tap
Tempo:
20–260
Resolution:
192 ticks per quarter note
Recording Method:
Realtime Recording
Maximum Note Storage:
approx. 12,000 Notes
Owner's Manual, AC Adaptor (ACI/ACB Series),
Screws (M5 x 8) x 4
Options
Pads (PD-6, PD-7, PD-8, PD-9, PD-80, PD-80R, PD-85,
PD-100, PD-105, PD-120, PD-125, RP-2)
Cymbals (CY-6, CY-8, CY-12H, CY-12R/C, CY-14C, CY15R)
Kick Trigger Units (KD-7, KD-8, KD-80, KD-85, KD-120)
Hi-Hat Control Pedals (FD-7, FD-8)
Display
Stands (MDS-3C, MDS-6, MDS-8C, MDS-10, MDS-20)
Cymbal Mounts (MDY-7U, MDY-10U)
20 characters, 2 lines (backlit LCD)
Pad Mounts (MDH-7U, MDH-10U)
Trigger Input Jacks: 9 (11 Inputs)
Hi-Hat Control Jack
984
*
Output Jacks (L/MONO, R)
Phones Jack (stereo miniature phone type)
Mix in Jack (stereo miniature phone type)
MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT/THRU)
962a
*
Output Impedance
1.0 k ohms
A separate publication titled “MIDI Implementation” is also
available. It provides complete details concerning the way
MIDI has been implemented on this unit. If you should require
this publication (such as when you intend to carry out bytelevel programming), please contact the nearest Roland Service
Center or authorized Roland distributor.
In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/
or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior
notice.
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Appendices
Connectors
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Index
A
AC Adaptor Jack .....................................................................
Acoustic Drum Trigger ..........................................................
Advanced Trigger Parameter ................................................
Amb Level (Ambience Level) ...............................................
AMBIENCE ..............................................................................
Ambience Sw (Ambience Switch) ........................................
AmbSendLevel (Ambience Send Level)
Drum Instrument .............................................................
Part1–Part4 ........................................................................
Percussion Part .................................................................
AvailMemory (Available Memory) ......................................
D
18
75
73
61
60
60
60
89
89
78
B
Backing Instrument List ....................................................... 126
Backing Part ............................................................................. 77
BackingLevel (Backing Level) ............................................... 77
Basic Trigger Parameter ......................................................... 71
Bell Shots .................................................................................. 37
Bend Range .............................................................................. 89
Bow Shots ................................................................................. 37
Bulk Dump
Recieving ......................................................................... 104
Transmitting ................................................................... 103
C
CH10Priorty (Channel 10 Priority) ....................................... 98
Channel 10 Priority ................................................................. 98
CLICK (TEMPO) Button ........................................................ 16
Click Level ......................................................................... 42, 79
Click On/Off ..................................................................... 41, 79
COMMON
Drum Kit ........................................................................... 66
Song ................................................................................... 85
Copy
Drum Kit ........................................................................... 67
Song ................................................................................... 89
Cord Hook ............................................................................... 18
Count In .................................................................................... 80
Cross Stick ................................................................................ 36
Crosstalk Cancel ...................................................................... 73
Cymbal Choke ......................................................................... 38
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Decay ........................................................................................ 59
Delete ........................................................................................ 90
Demo Songs ............................................................................. 27
Device ID ................................................................................ 101
Display ...................................................................................... 16
Drum Instrument List .......................................................... 120
Drum Kit ...................................................................... 40, 54–55
Drum Kit List ......................................................................... 118
Drum Kit Name ....................................................................... 67
Drum Kit Screen ...................................................................... 55
E
Edge Shots ................................................................................ 37
EDIT (SETUP) Button ............................................................. 17
ENTER Button ......................................................................... 17
EQUALIZER ............................................................................ 62
Erase .......................................................................................... 91
Error Message ........................................................................ 116
EXCHANGE ............................................................................ 68
EXIT Button .............................................................................. 17
F
Factory Reset ...................................................................... 25, 78
Front Panel ............................................................................... 16
G
Gain ........................................................................................... 62
Gate Time ................................................................................. 65
General MIDI system .............................................................. 13
GM Mode (General MIDI Mode) .......................................... 99
GM Part .................................................................................. 102
GM System On Message ...................................................... 100
H
Head Shots ...............................................................................
HH CTRL Jack .........................................................................
High Gain .................................................................................
Hi-Hat Control Pedal .............................................................
HitPadStart (Hit Pad Start) ....................................................
36
18
62
38
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I
M
INC/+, DEC/- Button ............................................................ 17
Indicator ............................................................................. 32, 69
INST .......................................................................................... 58
Inst Group ................................................................................ 57
Instrument
Click ................................................................................... 80
Drum Kit ........................................................................... 58
Part1–Part4 ........................................................................ 88
Instruments
Drum Kit ........................................................................... 57
Internal Sequencer .................................................................. 96
Interval ..................................................................................... 80
Mask Time ................................................................................ 74
Master EQ Sw (Master Equalizer Switch) ........................... 62
Master Tune ............................................................................. 77
Master Volume (Master Volume) ......................................... 66
Message .................................................................................. 116
Metronome ............................................................................... 41
MIDI .......................................................................................... 95
MIDI Channel ........................................................................ 102
MIDI COMMON ..................................................................... 96
MIDI Connectors ............................................................... 18, 95
MIDI PART ............................................................................ 102
MIDI Settings ........................................................................... 96
MIX IN Jack ........................................................................ 18, 51
Mute .............................................................................. 48, 77, 84
K
KIT
AMBIENCE .......................................................................
COMMON ........................................................................
CONTROL ........................................................................
COPY .................................................................................
EQUALIZER .....................................................................
EXCHANGE .....................................................................
INST ...................................................................................
KIT Button ................................................................................
KitName (Drum Kit Name) ...................................................
60
66
62
67
62
68
58
17
67
N
Name
Drum Kit ........................................................................... 67
Song ................................................................................... 87
Note Chase ......................................................................... 57, 97
Note No. (Note Number) ....................................................... 64
O
OUTPUT Jacks ......................................................................... 18
L
LCD Contrast ........................................................................... 76
Length ....................................................................................... 93
Level
Backing Part ................................................................ 46, 77
Click ............................................................................. 42, 79
Drum Instrument ............................................................. 59
Part1–Part4 ........................................................................ 88
Percussion Part ........................................................... 46, 76
Percussion Set ................................................................... 88
Preview .............................................................................. 78
List
Backing Instrument ....................................................... 126
Drum Instrument ........................................................... 120
Drum Kit ......................................................................... 118
Parameter ........................................................................ 130
Preset Percussion Set ..................................................... 124
Preset Song ...................................................................... 128
LocalControl (Local Control) ................................................ 97
Low Gain .................................................................................. 62
P
Pad Pattern ......................................................................... 50, 63
Pad Ptn (Pad Pattern) ............................................................. 63
Pad Ptn Velo (Pad Pattern Velocity) .................................... 63
Pan
Click ................................................................................... 80
Drum Instrument ............................................................. 59
Part1–Part4 ........................................................................ 89
Parameter List ........................................................................ 130
PART ......................................................................................... 87
Part CH (Part Tx Rx Channel) ............................................. 102
PART MUTE Button ............................................................... 16
Part Rx Sw (Part Rx Switch) ................................................ 102
PchCtrlRange (Pedal Pitch Control Range) ......................... 66
PdlDataThin (Pedal Data Thin) ............................................ 99
Pedal Data Thin ....................................................................... 99
Pedal HH Vol(Pedal Hi-Hat Volume) ................................. 66
Pedal Pitch Control Range ..................................................... 66
PercPrtLevel (Percussion Part Level) ................................... 76
Percussion Part Level ............................................................. 76
Percussion Set .......................................................................... 88
PHONES Jack .......................................................................... 18
Pitch .......................................................................................... 59
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Index
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Index
Pitch Ctrl (Pitch Control Assign) .......................................... 64
PLAY Button ............................................................................ 16
Play Type .................................................................................. 85
Playback ................................................................................... 83
PlyCountIn (Play Count In) ................................................... 80
Power
Turning Off ....................................................................... 24
Turning On ....................................................................... 23
POWER Switch ........................................................................ 18
Preset Percussion Set List .................................................... 124
Preset Song ............................................................................... 81
Preset Song List ..................................................................... 128
Preview ..................................................................................... 56
Preview Velo (Preview Velocity) .......................................... 78
Program Change
Transmitting/Receiving Program Changes ............... 105
Q
Quantize ................................................................................... 94
Quick Play ................................................................................ 86
R
Rear Panel ................................................................................ 18
REC Button .............................................................................. 16
RecCountIn (Rec Count In) ................................................... 80
RecMode (Recording Mode) ................................................. 94
Recommended Parameters for the Pads .............................. 35
Reset (Factory Reset) .............................................................. 78
Reset Time ................................................................................ 86
Restoring the Factory Settings ........................................ 25, 78
Retrig Cancel (Retrigger Cancel) .......................................... 74
Rim Sens ................................................................................... 75
Rim Shots ................................................................................. 36
Room Size ................................................................................. 61
Rx GM On .............................................................................. 100
Rx PC Sw (Rx PC Switch) .................................................... 101
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S
Scan Time ................................................................................. 74
SECURITY LOCK ................................................................... 18
Sensitivity ........................................................................... 31, 71
Set (Percussion Set) ................................................................. 88
SETUP
BULK DUMP .................................................................. 103
FactoryReset ...................................................................... 78
GM PART ........................................................................ 102
MIDI COMMON .............................................................. 96
MIDI PART ..................................................................... 102
TRIG ADVNCD ............................................................... 73
TRIG BASIC ...................................................................... 71
UTILITY ............................................................................. 76
SHIFT Button ........................................................................... 17
SngName (Song Name) .......................................................... 87
Soft Thru ................................................................................. 100
SONG
COMMON ........................................................................ 85
COPY ................................................................................. 89
DELETE ............................................................................. 90
ERASE ................................................................................ 91
PART .................................................................................. 87
Song ..................................................................................... 44, 81
SONG Button ........................................................................... 17
Song Category ......................................................................... 83
Song Lock ................................................................................. 86
Song Name ............................................................................... 87
Song Screen .............................................................................. 82
Stand Holder ............................................................................ 19
STOP Button ............................................................................ 16
Studio Type .............................................................................. 60
Sync Mode ................................................................................ 98
T
Tap Exc Sw (Tap Exclusive Switch) ..................................... 86
Tempo
Click ............................................................................. 43, 79
Song ....................................................................... 47, 85, 93
Threshold ................................................................................. 72
Time Sig (Time Signature)
Click ................................................................................... 80
Song ................................................................................... 93
TRIG ADVNCD ....................................................................... 73
TRIG BASIC ............................................................................. 71
TrigCurve (Trigger Curve) .................................................... 72
Trigger Input Functions ......................................................... 33
TRIGGER INPUTS .................................................................. 18
TrigTyp (Trigger Type) .................................................... 29, 69
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 110
Tx PC Sw (Tx PC Switch) ..................................................... 101
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Index
U
User Song ................................................................................. 81
UTILITY .................................................................................... 76
Index
V
Variation Tone ......................................................................... 88
Volume
Backing Part ................................................................ 46, 77
Click ................................................................................... 42
Drum Instrument ............................................................. 59
Part1–Part4 ........................................................................ 88
Percussion Part ........................................................... 46, 76
Preview .............................................................................. 78
Song ................................................................................... 46
VOLUME Knob ....................................................................... 16
W
WallType (Wall Type) ............................................................ 61
X
Xtalk Cancel (Crosstalk Cancel) ............................................ 73
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For the U.K.
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
For EU Countries
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug.
USING THE UNIT SAFELY
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is
incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Apparatus containing
Lithium batteries
ADVARSEL!
The
symbol alerts the user to important instructions
or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is
determined by the design contained within the
triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for
general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of death or severe
injury should the unit be used
improperly.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of injury or material
damage should the unit be used
improperly.
* Material damage refers
other adverse effects
respect to the home
furnishings, as well
animals or pets.
The
symbol alerts the user to items that must never
be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that
must not be done is indicated by the design contained
within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it
means that the unit must never be disassembled.
to damage or
caused with
and all its
to domestic
The ● symbol alerts the user to things that must be
carried out. The specific thing that must be done is
indicated by the design contained within the circle. In
the case of the symbol at left, it means that the powercord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.
VARNING
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved
fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af
samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til
leverandøren.
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en
ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av
apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt
fabrikantens instruktion.
ADVARSEL
VAROITUS
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av
batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en
tilsvarende type anbefalt av
apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til
fabrikantens instruks joner.
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on
virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan
laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo
valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of European Directive 89/336/EEC.
For the USA
001
005
• Before using this unit, make sure to read the
instructions below, and the Owner’s Manual.
• This unit should be used only with a rack or stand
that is recommended by Roland.
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006
• Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its
AC adaptor.
• When using the unit with a rack or stand recommended by Roland, the rack or stand must be
carefully placed so it is level and sure to remain
stable. If not using a rack or stand, you still need to
make sure that any location you choose for placing
the unit provides a level surface that will properly
support the unit, and keep it from wobbling.
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003
• Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts
within it (except when this manual provides
specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer
all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland
Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor,
as listed on the attached “Information” leaflet.
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004
• Never use or store the unit in places that are:
• Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct
sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating
duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or
are
• Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or
are
• Humid; or are
• Exposed to rain; or are
• Dusty; or are
• Subject to high levels of vibration.
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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• Be sure to use only the AC adaptor supplied with
the unit. Also, make sure the line voltage at the
installation matches the input voltage specified on
the AC adaptor’s body. Other AC adaptors may
use a different polarity, or be designed for a
different voltage, so their use could result in
damage, malfunction, or electric shock.
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• Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord,
nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage
the cord, producing severed elements and short
circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards!
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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.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
For Canada
NOTICE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
AVIS
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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Owner's Manual
Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the Roland Percussion Sound
Module TD-6KV.
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “USING THE UNIT
SAFELY” (p. 2–3) and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (p. 4–5). These sections provide
important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally,
in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature
provided by your new unit, Owner’s manual should be read in its entirety. The
manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
*
All product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
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All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any
form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.
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