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DIGITAL DRUM

Instruction Manual

Congratulations!

Thank you for purchasing this digital drum module. The drum module has been developed to act and play like a drum set but with greater ease. Before you use the instrument, we recommend you to read through this manual.

Taking Care of Your Digital Drum Set

Location

Do not expose the unit to the following c o n d i t i o n s t o a v o i d d e f o r m a t i o n , d i s c o l o r a t i o n , o r m o r e s e r i o u s damage.

Direct sunlight.

H i g h t e m p e r a t u r e ( n e a r a h e a t source, or in a car during the day time).

Excessive humidity.

Handling and Transport

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.

Power Supply

Make sure to use the suitable AC adaptor, and also make sure the AC o u t l e t v o l t a g e a t y o u r c o u n t r y matches the input voltage specified on the AC adaptor`s label.

Turn the power switch OFF when the instrument is not in use.

An AC adaptor should be unplugged from the AC outlet if the instrument is not 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 reducing the sound quality, operation errors, and possibly damage.

Cleaning

Clean the unit 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

T h i s i n s t r u m e n t c o n t a i n s d i g i t a l circuitry and may cause interference i f p l a c e d t o o c l o s e t o r a d i o o r television receivers. If this occurs, move the instrument further away from the affected equipment.

Turn Power OFF When Making

Connections

To avoid damage to the instrument and other devices to which it is connected, turn the power switches of a l l r e l a t e d d e v i c e O F F p r i o r t o connecting or disconnecting cables.

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.

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Contents

Panel Controls

- Front Panel

- Rear Panel

- Side Panel

Setup

- Connect the pads and the pedal

- Connect an audio equipment

- Connect a CD player, etc.(Aux in jack)

- Connect headphones

- Connect the power supply jack

- MIDI and USB

Operation

- Switch the power ON

- Set the main volume

- Playing the pads

- Play with a metronome

- Select a drum kit

- Global reverb

Play a Song

- Select a song

- Listen to the song

- Adjust the accompaniment volume

- Adjust the drum volume

- Song source

- Mute a drum part

- Adjust the song's tempo

- Play with a click voice

- Use the lighting guide function

Create a User Drum Kit

- Set a drum voice

- Adjust the volume of the pad

- Adjust the pan of the pad

- Adjust the tuning of the pad

- Set a user drum kit voices

Utility

- Pan sensitivity

- Rim sensitivity

- Crosstalk

- Velocity curve

- Splash sensitivity

- Local

- MIDI out

- Saving setting

- Factory reset

Specifications

Voice List

Drum Kit List

Song List

Percussion Set List

MIDI Implementation Chart

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16

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14

14

14

14

15

12

12

12

13

13

11

11

11

11

11

9

9

9

10

10

7

7

7

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6

6

7

4

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5

5

18

18

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20

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Panel Controls

Front Panel

5 8 9 10 11

4

3

12

13

Master volume knob

Control the volume of phone and line output.

Turn it clockwise to increase the volume and anticlockwise to decrease it.

Pad select buttons and indicators

Select current pad. When you press them, the corresponding indicator lights up.

3 [ tempo - / + ] button

Change current tempo.

[ click ] button

Turn on or off the metronome.

[ drum off ] button and indicator

This button is used to turn on or turn off the drum voice of song.

[ start/stop ] button

Start or stop song playing.

[ song / volume ] button

Display the song number, accompaniment volume, drum volume, local/ external.

3-digit LED display

Display the parameters of current menu mode.

[ voice / volume ] button

Display the voice number, volume, pan and pitch value.

[ kit ] button

Display the drum kit number or reverb setting.

[utility] button

This button is used to enter or switch utility menu pages.

[ + ] and [ - ] buttons

These buttons are used to change the setting number of kit, voice, song and adjust the corresponding setting volume.

[ save ] button

Save current kit setting to a user kit.

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Rear Panel

Pad input jacks

Connect with pads, cymbals, hi-hat control, kick trigger.

Line output jacks (R, L/mono) made up of right channel output and left channel output which is also used as mono line output.

Side Panel

Aux.in jack

Connect with external sound source.

Power supply jack ( DC in 9V)

Connect an AC adaptor to this jack.

Power switch

Turn the power on/off.

MIDI IN and OUT connector

Connect with external sound module.

USB Port

Connect to computer.

Phones jack

Connect a pair of stereo headphones to this jack.

(Connect the headphones will not mute the output jacks.)

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Setup

Caution!

To prevent electric shock and damage to the device, make sure the power is switched OFF on the drum and all related device before making any connection.

Connect the pads and the pedal

Using the provided cables, connect each Trigger input jack on the rear panel of the module, and make sure each pad is connected to its corresponding Trigger input jack.

Note:

1. The voice of hi-hat pad hitting is controlled by hi-hat pedal. Similar to a real drum kit, the hi-hat pad functions

as an 'open hi-hat' when the pedal is stepped. When the pedal is released, it functions as a 'closed hi-hat' .

2. The valid striking area of a cymbal pad (ride, crash or hi-hat) is near the edge of the pad, which is different from

other pads.

to 7 crash to 6 ride to 8 hi-hat

Drum Module to 2 snare to 3 tom 1 to 4 tom 2 to 5 tom 3 to 1 kick to 9 hi-hat

control

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Connect an audio equipment

1. When you want to listen to the voices with an amplifier,

connect amplifiers with the Output L/MONO and R jacks on

the rear panel. (For monaural playback, use the L/MONO jack;

for stereo playback, connect both L/MONO and R jacks.)

2. The volume is adjusted with the VOLUME knob.

Connect a CD player, etc.(Aux. In jack)

1. The audio output of a CD player, or other audio source,

to connect with the AUX IN jack on the rear panel can be

mixed with the sound of the drum. This function is convenient

that let you play along with a favourite song.

2. The volume of the external signal is adjusted with the

VOLUME knob.

Connect headphones

An optional set of stereo headphones can be connected with the PHONES jack located on the side of the drum module.

* Adjust the volume to a comfortable level.

Connect the power supply jack

Make sure the power is switched OFF and connect the power adaptor with the DC IN jack on the rear panel.

Note:

1. To protect the speakers, amplifier and the drum module from

damage, rotate the volume knob to the minimum volume level

before switching the power ON.

2. Make sure the power is switched OFF when connecting drum

module with external devices.

Amplifier Amplifier

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MIDI and USB

MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, this is a world-wide standard communication interface that enables electronic musical instruments and computers (of all brands) to communicate with each other so that instructions and other data can pass between them. This exchange of information makes it possible to create a system of MIDI instruments and devices that offer far greater versatility and control than is available with isolated instruments. Whether you interface with computers, sequencers, expanders or other controllers, your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced.

MIDI connection

MIDI IN: This terminal receives MIDI data from an external

MIDI device.

MIDI OUT: This terminal transmits data from this instrument

to other MIDI devices.

USB connection the USB connector allows you to connect the module directly to your computer. It can be connected without driver installation under the Windows XP & MAC OSX environment. The module will be recognized as 'USB Audio device' to receive and transmit

MIDI messages through a single USB cable, USB is used only for MIDI messages(MIDI via USB).

Note: When the USB is connected to a computer, all MIDI messages

will be received and transmitted via USB.

LOCAL mode

From a MIDI point of view, the module is composed of two

'devices':

* A controller transmitting data: the pads and Hi-Hat control

pedal (via an internal trigger to MIDI converter)

* A sound generator receiving MIDI data (the sound module).

In normal operation (Local ON, default mode), those two devices are connected together internally, allowing the pads to play the voices from the sound module without any external connection. When setting Local mode to Local OFF mode in the Utility menu, this internal link is disconnected. The sound module receives MIDI messages via MIDI input only, not from the pads anymore. However, the pad trigger data is still sent to the MIDI output, therefore looping externally the MIDI out of the module back to its MIDI In will enable the pads to play the voices from the sound module. Local OFF mode is intended to be used when both the MIDI input and output (or the USB port) of the module are connected to a MIDI sequencer with soft thru function (which loops the MIDI data received from the MIDI output back to the MIDI input). This prevents doubling or flanging effect when playing the pads (caused by the sound generator receiving the same MIDI data both directly from the pads and back through the sequencer).

MIDI

IN

Pads Input

Digital Drum

Trigger Input

10ch

Local ON/OFF

Module Drum Voice

9ch

1-8ch

11-16ch

GM Percussion Set

GM Voice

Song

Local/External

Start/Stop/Tempo

MIDI channels

MIDI channel 10: Primary percussion channel

MIDI channel 9: Secondary percussion channel

MIDI channel 1~8, 11~16: Melody voice channels

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MIDI

OUT

Operation

Switch the power ON

After confirming all connection have been completed, rotate the volume knob to the left ( minimum volume level) before switching the power on.

Set the power switch to "on" position to switch on the power.

Display shows the kit's number and its indicator lights up.

Set the main volume

While hitting a pad, gradually rotate the volume knob until a comfortable volume level is reached.

Kit indicator

Playing the pads

Head shot

Hit only the head of pad.

Head Head

Rim shot

When playing the snare, you must strike both the head and rim of the pad.

Head

Rim

Cymbal Bow or Edge shots

Strike the bow of the pad to produce bow sounds ; And the edge sounds will be heard if you strike the edge of the pad.

Bow

Edge

Bow shot Edge shot

Cymbal choke

Choking the cymbal 's edge with the hand immediately after hitting the cymbal makes sound stop.

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Play with a metronome

There are two types of sounds: Click ( Bell and click sounds) and Vocal Counting (one, two, three, four...)

1. Press the [ click ] button to start the metronome. The beat

indicator is flashing and click sound begins to play.

2. Press the [ click ] button a second time, clicking voice will

be switched to vocal counting.

3. Press the [ click ] button again to stop the metronome.

While the metronome is playing, the display shows the current time signature. There are five time signature types available (2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/8), which can be selected by button [ + ] or [ -].

Beat indicator

Beat indicator

Adjust the volume of the click sound

Hold down the [ click ] button and press the [ + ] or [ - ] button, the display shows: " CXX" (XX= metronome volume, 00 to 16), press the press the [ + ] or [ - ] button again to adjust the volume.

Select a drum kit

The unit comes with 20 (001-020) preset drum kits and 10 user kits (021-030). (Reference kit list: page 21)

Kit

Number

Global

Reverb

1. Press [ kit ] button.

The current kit number appears and the kit indicator lights.

2. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to select drum kit number (001-050,

looped) you want to use.

Global reverb

1. In the kit number page, press the [ kit ] button to enter

the global reverb mode, the LED shows the current reverb

status("roN" for reverb on of "roF" for reverb off).

2. Press the [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to turn or of off the global

reverb effect.

3. Press the [ kit ] button again to return to the kit number page.

Reverb On

10

Kit indicator

Reverb Off

Play a Song

Select a song

This drum module has a total of 50 preset songs.

Note: The preset song setting is 001 after you slide on power.

Song

Number

Accompaniment

Volume

Drum

Volume

Local/External

Selection

External Song

Selected

1. Press [ song / volume ] button.

The song indicator lights and the current song's number appears.

2. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to select one of the song and listen to it.

Song numbers 001 - 050 are preset songs.

(Reference song list : page 21)

Listen to the song

1 . P ress [ start/stop ] button and the pad's indicator will flash

according to the song play., the song will start playback from

the beginning.

2. The song will stop when it reaches the end.

You can stop the song during playback by pressing the

[ start/stop ] button.

Song indicator

Beat indicator

Note: The pad's indicator can be lighted off by pressing

[kick] button.

Adjust the accompaniment volume

1. Press the [ song/volume ] button until "AXX" is displayed.

(XX = accompaniment volume, 00 to 32)

2. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the volume of song

accompaniment.

* It will be restored to default value on the next power on.

Adjust the drum volume

1. Press the [ song/volume ] button until "dXX" is displayed.

(XX = drums part volume, 00 to 32)

2. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the song,s drum volume.

* It will be restored to default value on the next power on.

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In song source selection page, the LED will show the current selected song source. There ' re two choices: local machine (50 song included, default setting) or external sequencer. Song playing and metronome clicking will be stopped immediately when song source switching.

1. Press [ + ] and [ - ] buttons to select the song source. Song

playing will stop immediately when switching song source.

2. When external sequencer is selected, press [ start/stop ] button

to start or stop the external sequencer.

Note: If external sequencer is selected as current song source, the menu pages of song number, accompaniment volume and drums volume will be not selectable.

Local machine

External sequencer

1. Press [ drum off ] button. The drum off indicator lights.

The drum mute function is active.

2. Press [ start/stop ] button to playback the song. The drum part

in the song will be muted.

3. To cancel the drum mute function, press [ drum off ] button

again. The drum off indicator light goes off.

* The drum mute function can be used during song playing.

Drum off indicator

Adjust the song's tempo

1. Press the [ tempo + ] or [ tempo - ] buttons. D isplay shows

the current tempo value.

2. Press the [ tempo + ] or [ tempo - ] buttons to increase or

decrease the tempo. (Tempo value in the range of 30 to 280)

* Holding down either a [ tempo +] or [ tempo - ] buttons to

change the setting in a high speed.

* Press [ tempo + ] and [ tempo - ] buttons at the same time

to reset the tempo to default value.

Note: About 2 seconds after you stop pressing the [Tempo] button, display changes to show your selected song, voice or kit number instead of tempo value.

tempo

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Play with a click voice

1. Press the [ click ] button to start the metronome. It will be

played with tempo.

2. Press the [click] second time to switch to the Vocal Counting.

3. Press the [click] the third time to stop the metronome.

Note: The click voice will not stop automatically once the song finished until you press the [ click ] button.

Use the lighting guide function

The lighting guide function provides you a valuable lesson to practice or learn the drum kit with playing the preset song.

1. Select the song number you want to practice.

2. Press [ drum off ] button.

3. Press [ start/stop ] button to start song play.

4. Strike the pad in accordance with the lighting of pad's

indicators.

* During song playing, you can change the Tempo (speed).

* Press the [ kick / light on/off ] button to turn off

all the pad's indicator.

Press the [ kick / light on/off ] button again to

turn on all the pad's indicator.

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Create a User Drum Kit

Set a drum voice

The unit comes with 307 high quality percussion sounds that you can assign to any of the drum pad, 3 cymbals, hi-hat control and bass drum. This way you can create your own drum kit that consists of the voice you want. (Reference voice list : page 20)

The kit number 021-050 is use for saving your own drum kit.

Voice

Number

Volume Pan Tuning

1. Press [ voice ] button.

The voice indicator lights and the display shows the voice

number of this pad.

2. Press [ pad ] button or hit the pad you want to set. The pad

indicator light and display shows the current voice number

of lighting pad.

3. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to select the voice number you want

to assign.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for to set the voice for another pad or

bass drum.

Note: When the snare pad is selected, press the [ rim ] button to select the snare rim ( or strike the rim of the snare pad.)

When the cymbal pad (crash or ride) is selected, press the [ rim ] button to select the edge shot.

Adjust the volume of the pad

This unit allows you to adjust the volume of every voices in the kit that let you control the individual level (volume) of the pads or bass drum.

1. Press the [ voice / volume ] button to select the volume

level setting display shows : " L XX".

(XX = level value, 00 to 32)

The pad button indicator lights and display shows the

current volume level of lighting pad.

2. Press the [ PAD ] button or kit the percussion pad you

want to adjust.

3. Press the [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to increase or decrease the

volume. While you are adjusting, hit the corresponding pad

and listen carefully the sound level until reaching the level

you want.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 to adjust the volume of other pad

voices.

Voice indicator

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Adjust the pan of the pad

1. Press the [ voice ] button until the LED display shows :

"PXX". (XX = Pan value, -8 to 8). The pad button indicator

lights and display shows the current value of lighting pad.

2. Press the [ PAD ] button or hit the percussion pad you

want to adjust.

3. Press the [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the level of the

current pad.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 to adjust the level of other pad.

Note: P-8 (left) -- 0 (center) -- P8 (right)

Adjust the tuning of the pad

1. Press the [ voice ] button until the LED display shows :

"tXX". (XX = Tuning value, -8 to 8). The pad button indicator

lights and display shows the current value of lighting pad.

2. Press the [ PAD ] button or hit the percussion pad you

want to adjust.

3. Press the [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the tuning of the

current pad.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 to adjust the level of other pad.

Note: P-8 (left) -- 0 (center) -- P8 (right)

Set a user drum kit

Once completing to your own drum kit, you have to save them in the unit; otherwise your drum kit will be erased when you turn off the unit.

1. Press [ voice ] button.

The kit number 021 appears and is flashing.

2. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to set the kit number (021-050) for

saving your drum kit.

3. Press [ save ] button again. The flashing kit number stops.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for to set the other user kits.

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Utility

Press [ utility ] button will enter utility menu and switch all utility menu pages in turn.

Gain Rim

Sensitivity

Crosstalk Curve Splash

Seneitivity

Pad sensitivity

You can adjust the sensitivity(gain) of the inputs from pads.

1. Press the [ utility ] button until the display shows: "EXX",

the pad sensitivity value is indicated. (XX=gain level value,

01 to 16)

2. Press [ pad ] button or hit the pad you want to set.

The pad indicator light .

3. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the sensitivity of pads.

Range : 01-16

Large values will produce a high sensitivity even if the pad

is hit softly.

Lower values will producing a low sensitivity even if the pad

is hit forcefully.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for to set the voice for another pad or

bass drum.

Note: If turn off the power without save, you will lose the changes you have just made.

Local

On/Off

MIDI Out

Format

Rim sensitivity

Rim sensitivity(gain) of dual triggers (snare, crash and ride) can be adjusted to balance the head-rim velocities.

Display shows: "rEX", (X=rim sensitivity level, 1 to 8).

1. Press the [ utility ] button until display shows: "rEX",

the rim sensitivity level is indicated.

(X=rim sensitivity level value, 1 to 8)

2. Press [ snare ], [ crash ] or [ ride ] button, then press [ rim ]

button to adjust the rim sensitivity.

3. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the rim sensitivity.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for to set the voice for another pad or

bass drum.

Note: A bar will be shown instead of the sensitivity level if rim triggering is not supported by current selected pad.

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Crosstalk

1. Press the [ utility ] button until display shows: "oXX", the crosstalk

value is indicated. (XX=crosstalk value, 01 to 16).

2. Press [ pad ] button or hit the pad you want to set.

The pad indicator light .

3. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the setting.

This effect can be eliminated by setting this parameter to a higher

value on the pad that is sounding inadvertently.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for to set the voice for another pad or

bass drum.

Velocity curve

This setting allows to control the relation between the velocity

(Striking force) and the loudness (the dynamic curve).

1. Press the [ utility ] button until display shows: "CUX", the curve

number is indicated. (X=curve number, 1 to 6).

2. Press [ pad ] button or hit the pad you want to set.

The pad indicator light .

3. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the setting.

4. Repeat step 2 and 3 for to set the voice for another pad or

bass drum.

Loudness Loudness Loudness Loudness Loudness Loudness

Striking force

Curve 1

Striking force

Curve 2

Striking force

Curve 3

Striking force

Curve 4

Striking force

Curve 5

Striking force

Curve 6

Splash sensitivity

This setting controls the sensitivity of the foot splash.

1. Press the [ utility ] button until display shows: "FXX", the value

number is indicated. (XX= value, -4 to 4).

2. Press [ + ] or [ - ] buttons to adjust the setting.

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Local

Local control on is the default function mode, display shows: "LoN".

The internal link between pad triggers and sound generator will be broken when local control is turned off, display show: "LoF".

In local control off mode, the sound module will receive MIDI messages via MIDI input only. But the functions of panel preview, clicking and song player are still available in this mode.

Local On

Local Off

MIDI output

One of the two different MIDI output formats can be select for the

Digital Drum: the internal format (default setting) and the GM format.

The internal format is used when the Digital Drum works as sound module (Digital Drum to Digital Drum); The GM format is used when some other sound module applied (the Digital Drum to other product), such as computer.

When the internal format is selected, the LED shows: "P-N", which means program change and then note-on/off' (program change will always be transmitted for internal voice bank addressing).

When the GM format is selected, the LED shows: "--N", which means only the 'note-on/off' will be transmitted (GM percussion note arrangement, program change not supported!).

NOTE: This setting will only affect the primary percussion channel

(MIDI channel 10).

Internal format

GM format

Saving setting

Setting all the data (gain, rim sensitivity, crosstalk, velocity curve and splash sensitivity), you can save them into built-inmemory, press the

[ save ] button to store all settings.

Note: If turn off the power without saving, you will lose the changes you have just made.

Factory reset

This drum module will reset its to initial settings.

Beware all data will be lost.

1. Turn the power off.

2. Turn on the power while holding the [ tempo - ] and [ tempo + ]

Buttons

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Specifications

Drum Pad:

Voices:

Drum kits:

Song:

Controls:

Display:

Connections:

4 drum pads , 3 cymbal pads ,1 hi-hat control pedal , 1 kick trigger

307 voices

20 preset kits, 30 user kits

50 preset songs

MIDI IN / OUT, POWER SWITCH, USB, PHONES, START/STOP, SAVE,

KIT, VOICE/VOLUME, SONG/VOLUME, DRUM OFF, CLICK, HI-HAT,

CRASH, RIDE, HI-HAT CONTROL, SNARE, TOM 1, TOM 2, TOM3,

KICK, VOLUME, + / -, TEMPO + / -

LED display

Hi-hat control

Hi-hat

Crash

Ride

Snare

Tom 1

Tom 2

Tom 3

Kick

Output (R & L/MONO)

Aux in

Power Supply:

AC adaptor ( 9V)

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Voice List

No. Name

033

034

035

036

037

038

027

028

029

030

031

032

021

022

023

024

025

026

015

016

017

018

019

020

010

011

012

013

014

KICK

001 Standard Kick 1

002

003

004

005

Standard Kick 2

Rock Kick 1

Rock Kick 2

Rock Kick 3

006

007

008

009

Room Kick 1

Room Kick 2

Jazz Kick 1

Jazz Kick 2

Jazz Kick 3

Bigband Kick

Funk Kick

Fusion Kick

Hiphop Kick 1

Hiphop Kick 2

Hiphop Kick 3

Hiphop Kick 4

1969s Kick

1971s Kick

1976s Kick

Pwrbd Kick

R&B Kick

House Kick 1

House Kick 2

House Kick 3

Drumbass Kick

808 Kick

909 Kick

Electronic Kick

Step Kick

Teckno Kick

Voic Kick

Lowfi Kick

Junkyard Kick

Disco Kick

Industry Kick

Noise Kick

Cartoon Kick

No. Name

SNARE

Star Snare 1

Star Snare Rim

Standard Snare 1

Standard Snare Rim

Standard Snare 2

Rock Snare 1

Rock Snare Stick

Rock Snare 2

Rock Snare 3

Room Snare 1

Room Snare Rim

Room Snare 2

Jazz Snare 1

Jazz Snare 1 Rim

Jazz Snare 2

Jazz Snare 2 Rim

Jazzlatin Snare

Bush Snare

Bigband Snare

Funk Snare 1

Funk Snare Stick

Funk Snare 2

Fusion Snare

Fusion Snare Stick

Pwrbd Snare

Hiphop Snare 1

Hiphop Snare 2

Ringo Snare

Ringo Snare Rim

Lowfi Snare

Lowfi Snare Stick

506 Snare

506 Snare Rim

506 Low Snare

506 Low Snare Rim

1969s Snare

1969s Snare Stick

1971s Snare

1971s Snare Stick

1976s Snare

1976s Snare Stick

R&B Snare

R&B Snare Stick

House Snare 1

House Snare Rim

House Snare 2

Step Snare

Step Snare Stick

Teckno Snare 1

Teckno Snare 2

Drumbass Snare

808 Snare

909 Snare

Electronic Snare

Junkyard Snare

Junkyard Snare Stick

Noise Snare

Industry Snare

Industry Snare Stick

Voice Snare

Voice Snare Stick

Cartoon Snare

079

080

081

082

083

084

073

074

075

076

077

078

085

086

087

088

089

096

097

098

099

100

090

091

092

093

094

095

062

063

064

065

066

067

056

057

058

059

060

061

068

069

070

071

072

045

046

047

048

049

050

039

040

041

042

043

044

051

052

053

054

055

No. Name

Brush Tom 4

Brush Tom 5

Brush Tom 6

Funk Tom 1

Funk Tom 2

Funk Tom 3

Fusion Tom 1

Fusion Tom 2

Fusion Tom 3

1969s Tom 1

1969s Tom 2

1969s Tom 3

1971s Tom 1

1971s Tom 2

1971s Tom 3

1976s Tom 1

1976s Tom 2

1976s Tom 3

Old Tom 1

Old Tom 2

Old Tom 3

Hiphop Tom 1

Hiphop Tom 2

Hiphop Tom 3

Hiphop Tom 4

Hiphop Tom 5

Hiphop Tom 6

808 Tom 1

808 Tom 2

808 Tom 3

808 Tom 4

808 Tom 5

808 Tom 6

Electronic Tom 1

Electronic Tom 2

Electronic Tom 3

Electronic Tom 4

Electronic Tom 5

Electronic Tom 6

Step Tom 1

Step Tom 2

Step Tom 3

909 Tom 1

909 Tom 2

909 Tom 3

TOM

Standard Tom 1

Standard Tom 2

Standard Tom 3

Standard Tom 4

Standard Tom 5

Standard Tom 6

Rock Tom 1

Rock Tom 2

Rock Tom 3

Rock Tom 4

Rock Tom 5

Rock Tom 6

Room Tom 1

Room Tom 2

Room Tom 3

Room Tom 4

Room Tom 5

Room Tom 6

Jazz Tom 1

Jazz Tom 2

Jazz Tom 3

Jazz Tom 4

Jazz Tom 5

Jazz Tom 6

Brush Tom 1

Brush Tom 2

Brush Tom 3

151

152

153

154

155

156

145

146

147

148

149

150

157

158

159

160

161

168

169

170

171

172

162

163

164

165

166

167

134

135

136

137

138

139

128

129

130

131

132

133

140

141

142

143

144

117

118

119

120

121

122

111

112

113

114

115

116

123

124

125

126

127

101

102

103

104

105

106

107

108

109

110

No. Name No. Name

241

242

243

244

245

246

247

248

249

250

Junkyard Crash 1

Junkyard Crash 2

Noise Crash 1

Noise Crash 2

SFX Crash 1

SFX Crash 2

Industry Crash

Industry Crash Bell

Standard Crash 4

Standard Crash 5

251

252

253

254

255

256

257

258

259

260

261

262

263

264

265

HI-HAT

Standard Hi-hat

Standard Hi-hat 2

Rock Hi-hat

Pop Hi-hat

Brush Hi-hat

1969s Hi-hat

Ska Hi-hat

House Hi-hat

808 Hi-hat

909 Hi-hat

Cartoon Hi-hat

Voices Hi-hat

Junkyard Hi-hat

Noise Hi-hat

Industry Hi-hat

PERCUSSION

High Q

Slap

Scratch Push

DJ SFX

Sticks

Square Click

Metro Click

Metro Bell

Standard Clap

Tambourine

Standard Cow Bell

Mute Cow Bell

Rock Cow Bell

Vibraslap

Hi Bongo

Low Bongo

Mute Hi Conga

Open Hi Conga

Low Conga

High Timbale

Low Timbale

High Agogo

Low Agogo

Cabasa

Maracas

Short Whistle

Long Whistle

Short Guiro

Long Guiro

Claves

Hi Wood Block

Low Wood Block

Mute Cuica

Open Cuica

Mute Triangle

Open Triangle

Shaker

Jingle Bell

Belltree

Castanets

Mute Surdo

Open Surdo

296

297

298

299

300

301

290

291

292

293

294

295

302

303

304

305

306

307

279

280

281

282

283

284

273

274

275

276

277

278

285

286

287

288

289

266

267

268

269

270

271

272

215

216

217

218

219

220

221

222

223

224

225

226

227

228

229

236

237

238

239

240

230

231

232

233

234

235

207

208

209

210

211

201

202

203

204

205

206

212

213

214

195

196

197

198

199

200

189

190

191

192

193

194

173

174

175

176

177

178

179

180

181

182

183

184

185

186

187

188

Cartoon Tom 1

Cartoon Tom 2

Cartoon Tom 3

Junkyard Tom 1

Junkyard Tom 2

Junkyard Tom 3

Noise Tom 1

Noise Tom 2

Noise Tom 3

Voices Tom 1

Voices Tom 2

Voices Tom 3

Industry Tom 1

Industry Tom 2

Industry Tom 3

Timpani

RIDE

Standard Ride20"

Standard Ride21"

Standard Ride21" Bell

Rock Ride21"

Rock Ride21" Bell

Bigband Ride

Bigband Ride Bell

Jazz Ride Bell

Step Ride

Step Ride Bell

1969s Ride

1969s Ride Bell

Pop Ride

Ska Ride

Orchestra Ride

Teckno Ride 1

Teckno Ride 2

Junkyard Ride 1

Junkyard Ride 2

Cartoon Ride

Voices Ride

Standard Ride21" Rim

Rock Ride21" Rim

1969s Ride Rim

Pop Ride Rim

Ska Ride Rim

CRASH

Standard Crash 1

Standard Crash 2

Standard Crash 3

Standard Crash 1 Bell

Standard Crash 2 Bell

Standard China

Standard Splash8"

Standard Splash8" Bell

Rock Crash20"

Rock Splash8"

Jazz Splash10"

Jazz Splash10" Bell

Hiphop Crash

Hiphop Crash Bell

China Crash

China Carsh Bell

Orchestar Crash 1

Orchestar Crash 2

Orchestar Crash Bell

Mute Crash Bell

Drumbass Crash 1

Drumbass Crash 2

808 Crash 1

808 Carsh 2

909 Crash 1

909 Crash 2

20

Drum Kit List

No. Name

001 Fusion

002

003

004

Standard

Room

Rock

005

006

007

021

022

023

024

025

026

027

028

029

030

Hiphop

Electronic

Cartoon

M-box

Step

Industry

Lowfi

Metal

Pop-rock

Fusion

Standard

Room

Rock

031

032

033

034

035

036

037

038

039

040

No. Name

008 House

009

010

011

Jazz

Brush

1969songo

012

013

014

1971s

1976disco

909

Hiphop

Electronic

Cartoon

House

Jazz

Brush

1969songo

1971s

1976disco

909

Note: Kit 1~20 are preset kits and kit 21~50 are user kits.

No. Name

015 Drumbass

016

017

018

019

020

Funk

Hiphop-3

Huose-2

Vintage

Junkyard

041

042

043

044

045

046

047

048

049

050

Drumbass

Funk

Hiphop-3

Huose-2

Vintage

Junkyard

M-box

Step

Industry

Lowfi

Song List

011

012

013

014

015

016

017

No. Name

001 Funk 1

002

003

004

005

006

007

008

009

010

Fusion 1

Latin Jazz

Dance

Big Band

Slow Fusion

Samba

Modern Jazz

Country

Reggae

Salsa

Bluegrass

Mambo

Beguine

Drum 'n Bass

Jazz

Bossa

028

029

030

031

032

033

034

No. Name

018 Pop

019

020

021

022

023

024

025

026

027

Rock 'n Roll 1

House

Hip Hop

6/8 Ballad

Ballad 1

Boogie

Punk

Rock 'n Roll 2

Metal

16 Beat

Rhumba

Shuffle

Swing

Blues 1

Blues 2

Fusion 2

045

046

047

048

049

050

No. Name

035 Funk 2

036

037

038

039

040

041

042

043

044

Acid Fusion

Folk Pop

Latin

Ballad 2

Disco

8 Beat

Funk 3

Slow Rock

R&B 1

R&B 2

6/8 R&B

Pop Rock

Hard Rock

Pop Ballad

New Age

21

Percussion Set List

84

85

86

87

80

81

82

83

76

77

78

79

72

73

74

75

68

69

70

71

64

65

66

67

60

61

62

63

56

57

58

59

52

53

54

55

48

49

50

51

44

45

46

47

40

41

42

43

36

37

38

39

32

33

34

35

27

28

29

30

31

G#5

A 5

A#5

B 5

C 6

C#6

D 6

D#6

C 5

C#5

D 5

D#5

E 5

F 5

F#5

G 5

E 4

F 4

F#4

G 4

G#4

A 4

A#4

B 4

G#3

A 3

A#3

B 3

C 4

C#4

D 4

D#4

C 3

C#3

D 3

D#3

E 3

F 3

F#3

G 3

E 2

F 2

F#2

G 2

G#2

A 2

A#2

B 2

G#1

A 1

A#1

B 1

C 2

C#2

D 2

D#2

D#1

E 1

F 1

F#1

G 1

Standard Room Rock Electronic 808

Cowbell

Crash Cymbal 2

Vibraslap

Ride Cymbal 2

Hi Bongo

Low Bongo

Mute Hi Conga

Open Hi Conga

Low Conga

High Timbale

Low Timbale

High Agogo

Low Agogo

Cabasa

Maracas

Short Whistle

Long Whistle

Short Guiro

Long Guiro

Claves

Hi Wood Block

Low Wood Block

Mute Cuica

Open Cuica

Mute Triangle

Open Triangle

Shaker

Jingle Bell

Belltree

Castanets

Mute Surdo

Open Surdo

High Q

Slap

Scratch Push

Scratch Pull

Sticks

Square Click

Metronome Click

Metronome Bell

Acoustic Bass Drum

Bass Drum 1

Side Stick

Acoustic Snare

Hand Clap

Electric Snare

Low Floor Tom

Closed Hi-Hat

High Floor Tom

Pedal Hi-Hat

Low Tom

Open Hi-Hat

Low-Mid Tom

Hi-Mid Tom

Crash Cymbal 1

High Tom

Ride Cymbal 1

Chinese Cymbal

Ride Bell

Tambourine

Splash Cymabl

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Room Low Tom 1

<

Room Mid Tom 2

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

Rock Kick Drum

<

Rock Snare Drum

<

<

<

Rock Low Tom 1

<

Rock Mid Tom 2

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

El Kick Drum

<

El Snare Drum

<

<

El Low Tom 2

<

El Low Tom 1

<

El Mid Tom 2

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

<

808 Kick Drum

<

808 Snare Drum

<

<

808 Low Tom 2

<

808 Low Tom 1

<

808 Mid Tom 2

<

Room Mid Tom 1

Room Hi Tom 2

Rock Mid Tom 1

Rock Hi Tom 2

El Mid Tom 1

El Hi Tom 2

808 Mid Tom 1

808 Hi Tom 2

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Room Hi Tom 1 Rock Hi Tom 1 El Hi Tom 1 808Hi Tom 1

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Jazz Brush Orchestra

<

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Concert Cymbal 2

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Concert Cymbal 1

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Closed Hi-Hat 2

Pedal Hi-Hat

Open Hi-Hat 2

Ride Cymbal 1

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Concert BD 2

Concert BD 1

<

Concert SD

Castanets

Concert SD

Timpani F

Timpani F#

Timpani G

Timpani G#

Timpani A

Timpani A#

Timpani B

Timpani c

Timpani c#

Timpani d

Timpani d#

Timpani e

Timpani f

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Jazz Kick 2

Jazz Kick 1

<

808 Snare Drum

<

<

<

Jazz Kick 2

Jazz Kick 1

<

Brush Tap

Brush Slap <

<

808 Low Tom 2

<

Brush Swirl

Brush Low Tom 2

808 Low Tom 1

<

808 Mid Tom 2

<

<

Brush Low Tom 1

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Brush Mid Tom 2

<

808 Mid Tom 1

808 Hi Tom 2

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Brush Mid Tom 1

Brush Hi Tom 2

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808Hi Tom 1 Brush Hi Tom 1

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22

MIDI Implementation Chart

10 ch

Default X

Mode Messages X

Altered **************

Note 0-127

Number: True voice **************

Velocity Note on O 9 9 H , V= 1-127

Note off O (9 9H. V= 0)

After Key 's X

Touch Channel's X

Program Change O O

O

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

1-16

X

X

X

**************

0-127

0-127

0-127

0-127

X

X

O

Bank Select

Modulation

Portamento Time

Data Entry

Volume

Pan

Expression

Sustain Pedal

Portamento ON/OFF

Sostenuto Pedal

Soft Pedal

Reverb Program

Chorus Program

Reverb Level

Chorus Level

All Sound OFF

Reset All Controller

All Notes OFF

START and STOP only

O : YES

X : NO

23

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