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Pyle Pro PTED01 Owner's Manual
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PORTABLE
Digital
Drum
Congratulations!
Thank you for purchasing this Portable Digital Drum, The Digital Drum
is developed to act and play like a drum but with greater ease. Before
you use the instrument, we recommend you to read through this manual.
Taking Care of Your Portable Digital Drum
Your Digital Drum will give you years of playing pleasure if you follow the rules shown below:
Location
Do not expose the unit to the following
conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration,
or more serious damage.
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Direct sunlight.
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High temperature (near a heat source, or in a
car during the day time).
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Excessive humidity.
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Excessive dust.
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Strong vibration
Handling and Transport
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Power Supply
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Turn the power switch OFF when the
instrument is not in use.
If an AC adaptor is used, it should be
unplugged from the AC outlet if the
instrument is not to be used for an extended
period of time.
Unplug the AC adaptor during electric
storms.
Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the same
AC outlet as appliance with high power
consumption, such as electric heaters or
ovens. Also avoid using multi-plug adaptors
since these can result in reduced sound
quality, operation errors, and possibly
damage.
Turn Power OFF When Making
Connections
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To avoid damage to the instrument and other
devices to which it is connected, turn off the
power switches of all related device prior to
connecting or disconnecting cables.
Never apply excessive force to the controls,
connectors or other parts of the instrument.
Always unplug cables by gripping the plug
firmly, but not pulling on the cable.
Disconnect all cables before moving the
instrument.
Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or placing heavy objects on the instrument can result in scratches and more serious
damage.
Cleaning
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Clean the cabinet and panel with a dry soft
cloth.
A slightly damp cloth may be used to remove
stubborn grime and dirt.
Never use cleaners such as alcohol or thinner.
Avoid placing vinyl object on top of the unit
(vinyl can stick to and discolor the surface).
Electrical Interference
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This instrument contains digital circuitry
and may cause interference if placed too
close to radio or television receivers. If this
occurs, move the instrument further away
from the affected equipment.
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.
Setting up
Power Supply
Your digital drum will run on either batteries or power adaptor. Follow the instructions below according to
Using an AC- Adaptor
Do not use adaptors other than the one specified.
The technical specification of the adaptor is DC 12V
output, center positive type.
Using Batteries
Power will be automatically drawn from the AC adaptor
if an optional AC adaptor is connected while batteries are
installed in the instrument.
It is recommended that you replace worn batteries as soon
as possible. When battery voltage drops, the display will dim
and / or the sound will become distorted, when this occurs,
replace the batteries with a complete set of six new batteries
of the same type.
NEVER mix old and new batteries, different types of batteries
(alkaline, magnesium, etc.), Batteries by different makers,
or batteries from the same maker but of different types.
Misuse may cause the instrument to become hot, result in
fire, or battery leakage.
Also, to prevent damage due to battery leakage, remove
all the batteries from the instrument when it is not to be
used for an extended period of time.
Batteries left in an unused instrument will also loose their
power overtime.
Note: we suggest to use the alkaline
batteries.
Using Headphones
PHONES
Turn off the power on all equipment before
making any connections.
KICK
HI HAT
USB
12V
Panel Controls
Top panel
5
6
7
8
9
1
18
15
19
3
10
11
12
14
16
13
17
Drum pad (x7)
Control panel
4
2
20
21
22
1.power on---off
This switch turns power on/off.
2.tempo + & -
10.kit
These buttons are used to change current tempo.
This button is used to enter kit menu.
3.master volume + & -
11.pad assign
These buttons can be used to change the master volumes.
This button is used to enter voice or volume menu.
4.acc. Volume + & -
12.song
These buttons can be used to change the accompaniment
This button is used to enter song menu.
volumes.
13.start/stop
5.rec and LED indicator
This button can be used to start or stop song playing.
This button can be used to start or stop recording.
14.volume
6.click and LED indicator
This button can be used to change the volume of pad.
This button is used to turn on or off the metronome.
15.select + & -
7.3-digit LED
These buttons can be used to change values (kit number,
This LED is the main display device of DD-305, which will
voice number, song number, etc.) When editing.
show the parameters of current menu.
16.save
8.hand percussion and LED indicator
This button is used to save current kit setting to a user kit.
This button can be used to turn on the hand percussion
17.pan
function.
This button can be used to change the pan of pad.
9.drum off and LED indicator
18.play/stop
This button is used to enable or disable drum off function.
This button can be used to start or stop recording replay.
19.reverb
This button is used to change the reverb level.
20.dial
This button can be used to change values (kit number, voice number, song number, etc.) when editing.
21.demo
This button can be used to start or stop demo song playing.
22.gain
This button can be used to change the gain of pad.
Rear Panel
23
PHONES
24
KICK
25
HI HAT
23.Phones jack
This jack is used to connect with headphones
24.Pedal input jacks
Kick and hi-hat pedal input jacks.
25.USB jack
This port is used to connect with external device.
26.DC input
Connect to a DC 12V.
USB
26
12V
Operation
Select a Drum Kit
Kit menu is the default menu after power on, default value
is 001.
Press [kit] button to enter kit menu. The 3-digit LED will
show the current kit number with the corresponding
menu indicator lit up. The button select [+] / [-] or [dial]
can be used to select any kit (1-30, loop) as current kit.
Set Pad Voice
Press [ pad assign ] button to enter pad assign menu.
Default value will be the voice value of crash pad based
on different kit selected. For example, if kit 001 has been
selected, then press pad assign, the value on LED will
be 96, as this is the voice value on crash pad.
If pad assign menu is selected the corresponding menu
indicator will be lit up.
In this menu, the 3-digit LED will show the voice number
of current pad, which can be selected by pressing pad
button on the top panel or by pad hitting. The button
select [+] / [-] or [dual] can be used to select any voice
(1-215, loop) for current pad.
Set pad volume
Press [ volume ] button to enter pad assign menu. If pad
assign menu is selected,the corresponding menu indicator
will be lit up
.
In this menu, the 3-digit LED will show the volume of
current pad, which can be selected by pressing pad
button on the top panel or by pad hitting. The button
select [+] / [-] or [dial] can be used to select the volume
(0-9, loop) for current pad.
Set pad pan
Press [pan] button to enter pad assign menu. If pad assign
menu is selected, the corresponding menu indicator will be
lit up.
In this menu, the 3-digit LED will show the pan of current
pad, which can be selected by pressing pad button on
the top panel or by pad hitting. The button select [+] / [ -]
or [ dial ] can be used to select the pan ( 0-9, loop ) for
current pad.
Set pad gain
Press [gain] button to enter pad assign menu. If pad assign
menu is selected, the corresponding menu indicator will be
lit up.
In this menu, the 3-digit LED will show the gain of current
pad, which can be selected by pressing pad assign button
on the top panel or by pad hitting. The button select [+] /
[-] or [ dial ] can be used to select the gain (0-9, loop) for
current pad.
Save Kit
Press [save] button to enter the kit save menu.The button
select [+] / [-] or [ dial ] can be used to select a user kit
( 21-30, loop) current kit setting. During kit selecting the
user kit number will keep flashing.
Press [ save ] button again, the current kit setting will be
saved to the selected kit. The machine will quit to the kit
menu and select this user kit as the current one, if all the
data has been saved successfully.
If saving is failed due to error, an 'Err' will appear on the
LED.
NOTE:
The unsaved kit setting will be lost after kit changing.
Play Song
Press [song] button to enter song menu. Default value
is 001, The 3-digit LED will show current song number
with corresponding menu indicator lit up. The button
select [+]/[-] or [dial] can be used to select current song
( 1-100, loop ). First 80 styles are loop playing. Press
[ start / stop ] to start or stop the song player. If song is
switched while it's playing, the new song will not start
until the end of current measure.
Each song has its own default tempo and drum kit, the
song player will initialize the current kit and current
tempo at the beginning of song playing.
Main Volume
In main volume menu, the digit on far left of LED will
display letter 'L'. The two digits on the right will display
current main volume. The button select Master Volume
[+] / [-] can be used to adjust the volume ( 0-9, not loop ).
And this value will be auto-saved after adjusted.
Accompaniment Volume
In accompaniment volume menu, the digit on far left of
LED will display letter 'A'. The two digits on the right will
display current accompaniment volume. The button
select [+] / [-] or [dial] can be used to adjust the volume
( 0-9, not loop ). This value will be auto-saved after
adjusted.
Drum Off
Pressing [ drum off ] button will enable or disable the
drum off function when a song is playing. If drum off is
enabled, the drum voice will be turned off with the drum
off indicator lit on. This function is quite useful for practicing.
Tempo
Press the tempo [+] and [-] button to enter the tempo
menu.Button [+] and [-] can be used to change current
tempo ( 30-280, not loop ), which affects the speed of
clicking, and song playing. Press both [+] and [-] will
reset current tempo to its default value (current song
tempo).
Metronome
The metronome will run once a song is playing but with
only indicator flashing. Press once on [ click ] button for
human voice counting. Press twice on [click] for clicking
sound. Press again to turn off the clicking.
Hand Percussion
Press [hand perc] button to enter the hand percussion
mode with the hand mode indicator lit up. The song
number is 5 and the kit number is 21.
Demo
Press [demo] button to start or stop demo song playing.
The 3-digit LED will display dE , you can also press
[ start / stop ] button to stop demo song playing.
Reverb
Press [ reverb ] button to enter reverb function. In this
menu, the digit on far left of LED will display letter 'R'.
The two digits on the right will display current reverb level.
The button select [+] / [-] or [dial] can be used to adjust
the reverb level (0-3, not loop). This value will be autosaved after adjusted.
Record
Prepare to Record
Select the desired song, drum kit, tempo, drum off setting,
and reverb settings.
Start Recording
Press the [rec] button, the light start flashing.
Press the [start/stop] button or strike the pad, the light stop
flashing and the recording process starts.
Stop Recording
To stop recording, press the [start / stop] button or [ rec ]
button. The record indicator will turn off. If the memory is
full, "FL" will appear on the display and recording process
stops automatically.
Note: When you start the recording, the vocal metronome also
starts to count. But the sound of the vocal will not be record.
To stop the metronome, press the [click] button.
Playback
Press the [play/stop] button will start or stop playing
recorded song.
Note: When you record a new song, it will replace the previous
recording.
The song data recorded will be lost when you turn off the power.
Input and Output
Pedals
this appliance supports 1 hi-hat pedal and 1 kick pedal as
input device.
PHONES
KICK
HI HAT
USB
12V
Phones output
The phones output supports a stereo headphones as
output device.
PHONES
USB jack
this appliance will output all the MIDI codes generated by
pads hitting or pedal stepping via the MIDI output connector.
clicking and the MIDI codes in songs are excluded. It's
also receive the MIDI data from external device.
KICK
HI HAT
USB
12V
Appendix
Voice list
NO...
NAME
NO..
NAME
NO..
NAME
Kick KIT
35
Pop
Snare 001
70
Acoustic Tom 004
1
Rock Kick 001
36
Pop
Snare 002
71
Acoustic Tom 005
2
Rock Kick 002
37
Pop
Snare 003
72
Acoustic Tom 006
3
Rock Kick 003
38
Acoustic Snare 001
4
Standard Kick 001
39
Acoustic Snare 002
73
Standard Hihat Close
5
Standard Kick 002
40
Acoustic Snare 003
74
Standard Hihat Pad
6
Standard Kick 003
41
Acoustic Snare 004
75
Standard Hihat Open
7
Standard Kick 004
42
Acoustic Snare 005
76
Analog Hihat Close
8
Pop Kick 001
Tom KIT
77
Analog Hihat Pad
9
Pop Kick 002
43
Standard Tom 001
78
Analog Hihat Open
10
Pop Kick 003
44
Standard Tom 002
79
Shakable
11
Acoustic Kick 001
45
Standard Tom 003
80
Rock Hihat Close
12
Acoustic Kick 002
46
Standard Tom 004
81
Rock Hihat Pad
13
Acoustic Kick 003
47
Standard Tom 005
82
Rock Hihat Open
14
Acoustic Kick 004
48
Standard Tom 006
83
Acoustic Hihat Close
15
Acoustic Kick 005
49
Room Tom 001
84
Acoustic Hihat Pad
16
Acoustic Kick 006
50
Room Tom 002
85
Acoustic Hihat Open
17
Acoustic Kick 007
51
Room Tom 003
18
Acoustic Kick 008
52
Room Tom 004
86
Standard Crash001
19
Acoustic Kick 009
53
Room Tom 005
87
Standard Crash002
20
Acoustic Kick 010
54
Room Tom 006
88
Standard Crash003
21
Acoustic Kick 011
55
Electronic Tom 001
89
Analog Ride001
Snare KIT
56
Electronic Tom 002
90
China Crash
22
Standard Snare 001
57
Electronic Tom 003
91
Splash001
23
Standard Snare 002
58
Electronic Tom 004
92
Standard Ride 001
24
Standard Snare 003
59
Electronic Tom 005
93
Rock Crash
25
Standard Snare 004
60
Electronic Tom 006
94
Standard Ride 002
26
Standard Snare 005
61
Analog
Tom 001
95
Electronic Crash
27
Standard Snare 006
62
Analog
Tom 002
96
Splash002
28
Brush
Snare 001
63
Analog
Tom 003
97
Ride Bell
29
Brush
Snare 002
64
Analog
Tom 004
30
Standard Stick 001
65
Analog
Tom 005
98
Vibraslap
31
Standard Stick 002
66
Analog
Tom 006
99
Hand
32
Rock
Snare 001
67
Acoustic Tom 001
100
Tambourine
33
Rock
Snare 002
68
Acoustic Tom 002
101
Stcowb
34
Rock
Snare 003
69
Acoustic Tom 003
102
Mutecowb
Hihat KIT
Crash KIT
Panel KIT
NO...
NAME
NO..
NAME
NO..
NAME
103
Mute Hi Conga
141
Tambourine001
178
SFX033
104
Open Hi Conga
142
Tambourine002
179
SFX034
105
Low Conga
143
Tambourine003
180
SFX035
106
Hi Bongo
144
Tambourine004
181
SFX036
107
Low Bongo
145
Tambourine005
182
SFX037
108
High Timbale
Sfx KIT
183
SFX038
109
Low Timbale
146
SFX001
184
SFX039
110
High Agogo
147
SFX002
185
SFX040
111
Low Agogo
148
SFX003
186
SFX041
112
Cabasa
149
SFX004
187
SFX042
113
Shaker
150
SFX005
188
SFX043
114
Claves
151
SFX006
189
SFX044
115
Mute Triangle
152
SFX007
190
SFX045
116
Open Triangle
153
SFX008
191
SFX046
117
Short Guiro
154
SFX009
192
SFX047
118
Long Guiro
155
SFX010
193
SFX048
119
Mute Cuica
156
SFX011
194
SFX049
120
Open Cuica
157
SFX012
195
SFX050
121
Mute Surdo
158
SFX013
196
SFX051
122
Open Surdo
159
SFX014
197
SFX052
123
Maracas
160
SFX015
198
SFX053
124
HighQ
161
SFX016
199
SFX054
125
Slap
162
SFX017
200
SFX055
126
Scratch Push
163
SFX018
201
SFX056
127
Scral
164
SFX019
202
SFX057
128
One
165
SFX020
203
SFX058
129
Two
166
SFX021
204
SFX059
130
Three
167
SFX022
205
SFX060
131
Four
168
SFX023
206
SFX061
132
Cartoon001
169
SFX024
207
SFX062
133
Cartoon002
170
SFX025
208
SFX063
134
Cartoon003
171
SFX026
209
SFX064
135
Cartoon004
172
SFX027
210
SFX065
136
Cartoon005
173
SFX028
211
SFX066
137
Cartoon006
174
SFX029
212
SFX067
138
Laugh
175
SFX030
213
SFX068
139
Metronome1
176
SFX031
214
SFX069
140
Metronome2
177
SFX032
215
SFX070
Kits list
NO.
NAME
NO.
NAME
01
Pop1
16
Jazz2
02
Pop2
17
Funk
03
Standard 1
18
Clave
04
Room
19
Drum Bass
05
Rock 1
20
Hip Hop
06
Electronic
21
Conga1
07
Analog
22
Conga2
08
Jazz 1
23
Timbales
09
Brush
24
Latin
10
Standard 2
25
Funk
11
Rock2
26
User 1 (pop1)
12
Boss
27
User 2 (pop2)
13
Rock3
28
User 3 (Standard1)
14
Standard 3
29
User 4 (Room)
15
Rock4
30
User 5 (Rock1)
Song list
NO..
KIT
NAME
BEAT
Intro
01
01
Intro
4/4
8 Beat
NO..
KIT
NAME
16
05
Hard Rock2
4/4
17
07
16 Beat 1
4/4
18
03
16 Beat 2
4/4
BEAT
02
03
8 Beat2
4/4
19
01
16 Beat 3
4/4
03
02
8 Beat3
4/4
20
07
16 Beat 4
4/4
04
05
8 Beat4
4/4
21
04
16 Beat 5
4/4
05
21
8 Beat5
4/4
22
02
16 Beat 6
4/4
06
21
8 Beat Ballad1
4/4
23
01
16 Beat 7
4/4
07
21
8 Beat Ballad2
4/4
24
21
16 Beat Ballad 1
4/4
08
01
8 Beat Ballad3
4/4
25
21
16 Beat Ballad 2
4/4
09
03
Soft Rock
4/4
26
05
16 Beat Ballad 3
4/4
10
04
Rock1
4/4
27
03
16 Beat Ballad 4
4/4
11
05
Rock2
4/4
28
01
16 Beat Ballad 5
4/4
12
03
Rock3
4/4
29
03
16 Beat Funk 1
4/4
13
01
Rock4
4/4
30
01
16 Beat Funk 2
4/4
14
02
Rock5
4/4
15
05
Hard Rock1
4/4
NO..
KIT
NAME
BEAT
NO..
KIT
NAME
BEAT
Swing
Dance
31
07
Dance 1
4/4
67
09
Swing 1
4/4
32
07
Dance 2
4/4
68
09
Swing 2
4/4
33
01
Dance 3
4/4
69
08
Swing 3
4/4
34
06
Dance 4
4/4
35
04
Dance 5
4/4
70
12
Waltz
4/4
36
07
Dance 6
4/4
71
02
3/4 Ballad
4/4
72
03
Swing Blues
4/4
Rap
Others
37
03
Rap 1
4/4
73
02
Blues
4/4
38
01
Rap 2
4/4
74
01
March 1
4/4
39
03
Rap 3
4/4
75
01
March 2
4/4
76
03
R&B
4/4
77
01
Hip-Hop
4/4
78
03
Funk
4/4
79
12
Country
4/4
80
09
Big Band
4/4
Bounce
40
04
Bounce 1
4/4
41
03
Bounce 2
4/4
42
01
Bounce 3
4/4
Shuffle
43
03
Shuffle 1
4/4
44
02
Shuffle 2
4/4
45
03
Shuffle 3
4/4
46
01
Shuffle 4
4/4
47
05
Shuffle 5
4/4
48
04
Shuffle 6
4/4
49
03
Shuffle 7
4/4
Slow Rock
50
03
Slow Rock 1
4/4
51
04
Slow Rock 2
4/4
52
01
Slow Rock 3
4/4
53
04
Slow Rock 4
4/4
Latin
8beat
81
03
8 Beat 1
4/4
82
05
8 Beat 2
4/4
83
03
Ballad
4/4
84
05
Hard Rock 1
4/4
85
05
Hard Rock 2
4/4
86
01
Hard Rock 3
4/4
87
03
Pop Dance 1
4/4
88
07
Pop Dance 2
4/4
89
03
R&B
4/4
16 beat
90
01
16 beat
4/4
91
03
Fusion
4/4
Funk
54
03
Reggae 1
4/4
55
23
Reggae 2
4/4
92
02
Funk 1
4/4
56
12
Bossa Nova 1
4/4
93
03
Funk 2
4/4
57
12
Bossa Nova 2
4/4
58
03
Samba
4/4
94
04
Shuffle 1
4/4
59
01
Salsa
4/4
95
03
Shuffle 2
4/4
60
03
Latin Rock
4/4
96
03
16 Beat Shuffle
4/4
61
03
Cha-Cha
4/4
97
01
16 Beat Triplet
4/4
62
12
Mambo
4/4
63
12
Rhumba 1
4/4
98
03
Reggae
4/4
64
12
Rhumba 2
4/4
99
12
Bossa Nova
4/4
65
12
Rhumba 2
4/4
100
08
Big Band
4/4
66
01
Tango
4/4
Shuffle
Others
MIDI Implementation Chart
Function
Transmitted
10ch
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Note
Number : True voice
Velocity : Note on
Note off
After
Touch
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27-88
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O 9nH,V=1-127
(9nH,V=0
System
Common
127
127
O 9nH,V=1-127
(9nH,V=0;
8nH,V=0-127)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
0
1
5
7
10
11
20
64
65
66
67
80
81
91
93
120
121
123
Bank select
Modulation
Portamento time
Volume
Pan
Expression
Rhythm allocation
Sustain Pedal
Portamento on/off
Sostenuto Pedal
Soft Pedal
Reverb Program
Chorus Program
Reverb level
Chorus level
All Sound Off
Reset all controllers
All notes off
O
0 127
: true
System Exclusive
Common
0
0
key's
Ch's
Control
System
1-16ch
1
Pitch Bend
Program
Change
Remarks
Recognized
***********
O
: Song Position
: Song Select
: Tune
: Song Position
: Song Select
: Tune
System
: Clock
Real Time : Commands
: Start
: Stop
Aux
: LOCAL ON/OFF
: All Notes Off
Messages : Active sense
: Reset
Mode 1: OMNI ON , POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF , POLY
O
O
O
Mode 2 : OMNI ON , MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF , MONO
: YES
: NO
Specifications
Main features:
7 drum pads with touch sensitivity and two pedals (kick and hi-hat)
3-digit LED displays
1 phones output and 1 USB jack (MIDI IN/OUT).
25 preset drum kits,5 user drum kits.
215 percussion voices and 128 GM voices, 8M bytes voice data
100 songs (include 80 styles and 20 songs).
1 demo song
1 track recording
Hand-percussion:
use your hand to strike pads.
Metronome:
2 different voices.
Dimensions:
500(L)
Net Weight:
3.3kg
370(W)
157.4(H)mm
*Specifications may be changed or modified at any time without prior notice
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