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DD-501 E-Drum Set

00022173

Version 01/2010

Users 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 , discoloration, or more serious damage.

Direct sunlight.

High temperature (near a heat source, or in a car during the day time).

Excessive humidity.

Excessive dust.

Strong vibration

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 outlet voltage at your country 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 multiplug 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

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.

Radiated Immunity

The normal function of the product may be disturbed by Strong Electro

Magnetic Interference. If so, simply reset the product to resume normal operation by following the instruction manual. In case the function could not resume, please use the product in other location.

ESD, Fast Transient and Surge may cause the unit to temporary malfunction.

Switch off and on again to resume normal operation.

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 all related d e v i c e O F F p r i o r t o c o n n e c t i n g o r 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

Setup

- Connect the Pads and the Pedals

- Connect the Power supply jack

- Connect a audio equipment

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

- Connect Headphones

- Connect a MIDI and USB device

- MIDI out format

Functions

- Switch the power ON

- Set the main volume

- Select a drum kit

- Adjust the kit volume

- Select a pad voice

- Adjust the pad volume

- Save kit

- Select a pattern

- Listen to the pattern

- Adjust the pattern volume

- Recording

- Drum off

- Adjust the pattern tempo

- Click

- Select a click sound

- Adjust the click volume

- Factory reset

- Hi-Hat control

Specifications

Voice list

Pattern list

Percussion Set List

MIDI implementation chart

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10

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11

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12-13

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9

10

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14

14

14

15

15

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16

17

18

19

20

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7

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4

4

5

Panel Controls

Front Panel

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[volume] knob

Control the volume of phone.

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

[ + ] and [ - ] buttons

Adjust the parameter of the current menu

(KIT, voice, pattern, click value, tempo value, etc.).

3 [tempo] Button

Enter the tempo adjustment mode.

Pads indicators

It shows the trigger sound in process of pattern play.

[click] Button and indicator

Turn on or off the metronome.

[drum off] Button and indicator

It is used to mute on or mute off the drum part of the song.

[start/stop] Button

Start or stop song playing.

[pattern] Button

Enter the pattern select mode and provide

MIDI output format choice.

[voice] Button

Enter the voice select mode.

[kit] Button

Enter the kit select mode.

3-digit LED

Display the parameters of current menu .

[volume] Button

Enter the volume adjustment mode and to separately adjust the kit volume, voice volume, click volume and pattern volume.

[save/rec] Button

Afford two modes:

Short pressing [save/rec] button to save the current kit setting to a user kit.

Press and hold on [save/rec] button to enter recording mode.

Power Switch

Turn the power on or off .

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Rear Panel

3

DC Input

Support DC 9V power.

Phone Jack

Connect headphone or loudspeaker.

3 Output Jacks

Support Line stereo output.

MIX Input Jacks

Connect with external sound source.

USB Port

Connect to computer or other USB host devices.

Trigger Input Jacks

Connect with kick, snare, tom1~tom3, ride, crash, hi-hat, hi-hat control triggers.

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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 with kick, snare, tom1~tom3, ride, crash, hi-hat, hi-hat control triggers.

Snare is stereo input, supports double triggering (increase edge triggering); cymbal (includes ride and crash) kick, tom, Hi-Hat are mono input, which can't response edge triggering. Hi-Hat pedal is stereo input.

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

2. The valid striking area of a cymbal pad (ride, crash or hi-hat) is half part of the pad on the player side, which

is different from other pads.

Drum Module crash ride tom 1

tom 2 hi-hat tom 3 snare

Hi-Hat control pedal

Kick Trigger

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Connect the Power supply jack

Make sure the power is switched OFF and connect the power

adaptor with the DC 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.

Connect a audio equipment

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

connect amplifiers with the Output jacks on the rear panel.

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

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

to connect with the MIX 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.

Connect Headphones

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

* Adjust the volume to a comfortable level.

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Amplifier

Connect a MIDI and USB device

1. Connect PC or other USB host devices that support USB Audio.

2. For devices with USB cable, you can choose USB Audio Device in

the device menu of the software to transfer midi data. The USB is

compatible with XP, Vista and Mac OS without any PC driver .

3. The drum module sends the MIDI data by hitting pads or stepping

pedal through USB port. But the data of the click and song

playing is not included. USB port only sends and receives

MIDI information.

Note:

Channel 11 is default percussion channel.

MIDI out format

One of the two different MIDI output formats can be selected for the Drum Module: the internal format (default setting) and the GM format.

The internal format is used when the Drum Module works as sound source ( Drum Module must connect to computer or other

Module with USB host device by USB, and send midi data to another Drum Module. One Drum Module can't connect to another

Drum Module by USB ).

Drum Module

The GM format is used when some other sound source applied

(Drum Module to other product which support GM format), such as computer.

If you record your own drum play to PC software with internal format, then only the drum module could recognize and playback your own song(recorded midi file) correctly.

Nevertheless, if you would like to playback your recorded midi song in any sound source device which support GM format ,we suggest you to record your own drum performance with GM format output.

In pattern selecting mode, press [pattern] button to enter MIDI output format choice mode, LED displays that the current MIDI output format “P-N”(default setting, internal format) or “--N”(GM format), it can be switched by pressing [+] and [-] button.

Drum Module internal format

GM format other MIDI device with USB host internal format

If the internal format (P-N) is selected, which means “program change” and “note on/off” be transmitted. When the GM format

(--N) is selected, which means only 'note on/off' will be transmitted.

Note:

The above setting only affect to the primary percussion channel.

(MIDI channel 10)

GM format

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Functions

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.

Kit indicator

Set the main volume

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

Select a drum kit

The unit comes with 10 (001-010) preset drum kits and 5 user kits (011-015).

Press [kit] button to enter KIT selecting mode, 3-digit LED displays the current KIT number and KIT indicator lights up.

In kit selecting mode, press [+] or [-] button to choose any

KIT(001-015,in cycle) as the current KIT.

Adjust the kit volume

In KIT selecting mode, press [volume] button to enter volume adjusting mode, volume indicator lights, 3-digit LED displays the current kit volume value, adjust its value by pressing [+] and [-] button. (0-16, not in cycle); Then press [kit] button again to enter KIT selecting mode and volume indicator off.

Be note that in recording waiting mode, the KIT volume value could be shown on LED but it could not be adjusted.

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Kit indicator

Kit indicator

Volume indicator lights

Select a pad voice

It provides 108 built-in drum voices in all to choose.

Press [voice] button to enter pad voice selecting mode,

3-digit LED displays the current pad voice number and voice indicator lights.

In the pad voice selecting mode, press [+] and [-] button to choose the voice of current pad or cymbal (1-108, in cycle).

Adjust the pad volume

In voice selecting mode, press [volume] button to enter pad volume adjusting mode, volume indicator lights,

3-digit LED displays the current pad volume value.

Press [+] and [-] button to adjust its value (0-16, not in cycle).

Press [voice] button again to enter voice selecting mode.

Save kit

Press [save] button to enter KIT saving mode, 3-digit

LED displays the user KIT number to save, KIT indicator lights and user KIT number flash.

Press [+] and [-] button to choose the user KIT (11-15, in cycle) to save. During choosing the KIT, the user KIT number will be kept flashing.

Press [save] button again, the current KIT setting

(includes all pads voice numbers and volume ) is saved into the chosen user KIT.

When in recording mode, the user are not allowed to use this function.

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Voice indicator

Voice indicator

Volume indicator lights

Kit indicator flash

Select a pattern

It offer 41 built-in patterns (40 preset patterns and one user pattern).

Press [pattern] button to enter pattern choice mode,

3-digit LED displays the current pattern number and pattern indicator lights.

Press [+] and [-] button to choose the current pattern number (1-41, in cycle).

Listen to the pattern

Press [start/stop] button to start/stop pattern playing.

In process of pattern playing, click indicator lights and flash, which shows the beat of the playing pattern, and the pad indicators lights in accompany with the variable trigger sound in process of pattern play, for easy learning and practsing. If another pattern be selected in current song playing, it will start to play at the next measure.

In pattern playing mode, press [start/stop] button to stop pattern play.

Note:

The pattern and the MIDI IN use the same 16 midi channels, when you use MIDI IN to play a song, it maybe affect the built-in pattern playing. So you must reset the drum module.

Adjust the pattern volume

In pattern choice mode, press [volume] button to enter pattern volume adjusting mode,3-digit LED displays the accompaniment volume value of current pattern (be note that the percussion part volume can not be adjusted, it just could be mute on/off by using [drum off] button), and volume indicator lights, press [+] and [-] button to adjust pattern volume value (0-16, not in cycle). Then press

[pattern] button again to enter pattern choice mode.

Be note that in recording waiting mode, the pattern volume value could be shown on LED but it could not be adjusted.

Note: pattern volume only control the accompaniment part volume of the pattern.

Pattern indicator

Pattern indicator click indicator lights and flash, show pattern is playing

Pattern indicator

Volume indicator lights

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Recording

Enter the Recording Waiting Mode

Press and hold [save] button more than 2 seconds, to enter user pattern recording waiting mode,3-digit LED displays KIT number and REC indicator flashes.

In recording waiting mode, the correspondent parameter can be adjusted.

Adjust pattern number as accompaniment.

Adjust tempo value.

Adjust KIT number.

Switch drum off status.

Turn on/off click light and flash press and hold more than 2 seconds

In the Recording Waiting Mode, press [pattern] to show the pattern (---~001~040) as accompaniment for recording. Use [+] or [-]to select the accompaniment, if “---” be selected, that means the user would like to record a solo drum part.

Note:

VOICE selecting function are not allowed for user in recording waiting mode and time signature.

Enter Recording Mode

Press [start/stop] button or hit pads to enter recording mode, then REC indicator lights all along, 3-digit LED displays recording measures.

During recording, the original data will be covered

with the newly recorded user pattern.

One measure introductory beat (such as 4/4,display:

-4,-3, -2, -1).

All parameter could not be adjusted in process of

recording. Only "START/STOP" and "CLICK" button

are valid during recording.

Click would not be recorded.

light all along

Stop Recording

When recording is full, it will automatically stop recording, and REC indicator goes out, 3-digit LED displays 'ful', then press [start/stop] button to returns to NO.41

PATTERN display.

go out

During recording, if press [start/stop] button, it will stop recording, REC indicator goes out, then it returns to

NO.41 PATTERN display.

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Playback User Pattern

Choose the pattern number 41, press [start/stop] button to play user pattern.

If there is no recording data, 3-digit LED displays

“N-P”.

The user are allowed to change pattern volume and

tempo value when playing user pattern.

Response pads operations realistically.

No measures displayed on LED.

It plays the user pattern not in cycle

When using [Drum off] button, it just mute the drum

part of the accompaniment and will not mute the

recorded part.

Pattern volume and Kit volume only control the

corresponding part of the accompaniment.

Note:

If the user selecting another kit when playbacking the user pattern, the recorded kit data will also be changed to the current selected kit.

Recording notes light and flash

The recording capacity is about 5000 notes.

Quick recording

After choosing a favorite KIT and adjusting the parameter well,(includes tempo, click ……), the user could easily press and hold [save] button to enter recording waiting mode, then hit pads or press

[start/stop] button to start recording.

press and hold more than 2 seconds

Drum off

Press [drum off] button to mute on/off the drum part.

If “drum off” activated, the drum sound of the current playing pattern will be muted and “drum off” indicator lights. This function is convenient for user pracitise.

drum off indicator lights

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Adjust the pattern tempo

Press [tempo] button to enter tempo adjustment mode,

3-digit LED temporarily displays TEMPO value.

Press [+] and [-] button to change the tempo of click and pattern playing (30-280, not in cycle).

Press [+] and [-] button at the same time, to reset to the default value(the current pattern default tempo).

Click

Press [click] button to turn on/off click , 3-digit LED displays the current time signature, and the click indicator lights and flash, press [+] and [-] button to change the current time signature. Press [click] button again to turn off click.

9 kinds of time signature can be chosen (1/4, 2/4, 3/4,

4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4,3/8, 6/8)

As pattern playing, the click indicator automatically flash according the pattern beat, but the click sound will not be turned on automatically.

click indicator lights

Select a click sound

Press and hold [click] button, then press [+] or [-] button to adjust the click sound, 3-digit LED temporarily displays the current click sound 'CLX'.

The drum module supports 4 click sounds: metronome, beep, cowbell and voice. When turn on the click , the default sound is “metronome” .

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Adjust the click volume

In click time signature choice mode, press [volume] button to enter click volume adjusting mode, volume indicator lights, 3-digit LED displays the click current volume value; Its volume value can be, adjusted by pressing [+] and [-] button (0-16 not in cycle).

Return click time signature choice mode

In click volume adjusting mode, press [click] button to exit volume adjusting mode, return to click time signature choice mode.

Factory reset

Press [+] and [-] button at the same time to turn on the drum module, it resets to factory setting. The following data will be replaced to the factory data:

All users kits (include voice, volume setting).

Clear recording data.

volume indicator lights volume lights press at the same time

Hi-Hat control

Open Hi-Hat: Strike the hi-hat without stepping the pedal.

Closed Hi-Hat: Strike the hi-hat with the pedal stepped.

Foot Closed: Completely step down the pedal.

Splash: play the hi-hat with the pedal fully stepped and

then instantly releasing it.

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Specifications

Drum Pad:

Voices:

Drum kits:

Patterns:

Controls:

Display:

Connections:

3 tom pads , 2 cymbal pads ,1 snare pad(dual trigger),

1 hi-hat control pedal , 1 hi-hat, 1 kick

108 voices

10 preset kits, 5 user kits

40 preset songs and 1 user pattern

POWER SWITCH, START/STOP, SAVE/RECORD, KIT, PATTERN,

VOICE, KIT/VOICE/PATTERN/CLICK VOLUME, DRUM OFF, CLICK,

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

TOM3, KICK, RECORD LIGHT, VOLUME + / -, TEMPO, +/-

LED display

PHONES

USB

OUTPUT

MIX IN

DC POWER

Hi-hat control

Hi-hat

Crash

Ride

Snare

Tom 1

Tom 2

Tom 3

Kick

Power Supply: AC adaptor ( 9V)

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Voice List

No.

NAME

008

009

010

011

012

KICK

001 Standard Kick 1

002

003

004

005

006

007

Standard Kick 2

Classic Kick 1

Classic Kick 2

Rock Kick

Camco Kick 1

Camco Kick 2

Acoustic Kick 1

Acoustic Kick 2

Acoustic Kick 3

Acoustic Kick 4

TR606 Kick

SNARE

013

014

015

016

Standard Snare

Standard Snare Rim

Funk Snare

Funk Snare Rim

017

018

019

020

021

Funk Stick

Classic Snare

Classic Snare Rim

Rock Snare

Rock Snare Rim

022

023

Brush Snare

Brush Snare Rim

Camco Snare 024

025

026

Camco Snare rim

TR606 Snare

TOM

027

028

029

030

031

Classic Tom 1

Classic Tom 2

Classic Tom 3

032

033

034

035

Classic Tom 4

Classic Tom 5

Classic Tom 6

Rock Tom 1

Rock Tom 2

Rock Tom 3

No.

NAME

046

047

048

049

050

051

052

053

054

055

056

041

042

043

044

045

036

037

038

039

040

Rock Tom 4

Rock Tom 5

Rock Tom 6

Brush Tom 1

Brush Tom 2

Brush Tom 3

Brush Tom 4

Brush Tom 5

Brush Tom 6

Camco Tom 1

Camco Tom 2

Camco Tom 3

Camco Tom 4

Camco Tom 5

Camco Tom 6

TR606 Tom 1

TR606 Tom 2

TR606 Tom 3

TR606 Tom 4

TR606 Tom 5

TR606 Tom 6

RIDE

057

058

059

Classic Ride

Rock Ride

Brush Ride

060 TR606 Ride

CRASH

061 Classic Crash

062

063

Rock Crash 1

Rock Crash 2

Brush Crash 064

065

066

China Crash

TR606 Crash

HIHAT

067 Classic Open Hi hat

068 Rock Open Hi hat

069 TR606 Open Hi hat

Preset KIT and Default user KIT

No.

KIT No.

001

002

003

004

005

006

007

008

Standard

Rock

Pop

Funk

Brush

Jazz

Table

Latin

KIT

009

010

011

012

013

014

015

TR606

DJ

User kit1 (Standard)

User kit2 (Rock)

User kit3 (Pop)

User kit4 (Funk)

User kit5 (Brush)

Note:

Number 001~010 are preset kits, number 011~015 are users kits.

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No.

NAME

Percussion

070 Tabla 001

Tabla 002 071

372

073

Tabla 003

Tabla 004

099

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

093

094

095

096

097

098

074

075

076

077

078

079

Tabla 005

Tabla 006

Bongo High

Bongo Low

Conga 1

Conga 2

080

081

082

083

Conga 3

Timbale High

Timbale Low

Agogo High

084

085

086

087

088

Cowbell 2

Cowbell 3

Cowbell 4

089

090

091

092

Agogo Low

Cowbell 1

Cowbell 5

Cowbell 6

Cowbell 7

Cowbell 8

Cowbell 9

Cowbell 10

Hi Hat 001

Hi Hat 002

Hi Hat 003

Hi Hat 004

Hi Hat 005

107

108

Hi Hat 006

Hi Hat 007

Hi Hat 008

Hi Hat 009

Dj001

Dj002

Dj003

Dj004

Dj005

Pattern List

No.

011

012

013

014

015

016

017

018

019

020

021

006

007

008

009

010

001

002

003

004

005

PATTERN

Fusion1

Latin Jazz1

Funk1

Latin Pop1

60's Rock

Big Band1

Drum N'Bass

Ballad

Swing

Pop1

Funk2

Latin Jazz2

Pop Funk1

Latin Rock1

Big Band2

Pop Ballad

Pop Funk2

3/4Jazz

Pop Bossa

Samba1

6/8Ballad

No.

PATTERN

022

023

024

025

026

Fusion2

Jazz1

Guitar Bossa

Break Beat

World1

027

028

029

030

Funk3

Latin Jazz3

Latin Pop2

Reggae1

031

032

033

034

035

World2

Latin

Bossa

Samba2

3/4Pop

Pop2 036

037

038

039

040

041

Jazz2

Reggae2

Reggae3

Latin Rock2

User Pattern

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Percussion Set List

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Pop Low Tom 2

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Pop Mid Tom 2

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Pop Hi Tom 2

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27 High Q

28 Slap

29 Scratch Push

30 Scratch Pull

31 Sticks

32 Square Click

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Metronome Click

Metronome Bell

35 STD Kick 2

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36 STD Kick 2

37 Side Stick

38 STD Snare

39 Hand Clap

40 STD Snare Rim

41 STD Low Tom 2

42 Closed Hi-Hat

43 STD Low Tom 1

44 Pedal Hi-Hat

45 STD Mid Tom 2

46 Open Hi-Hat

47 STD Mid Tom 1

48 STD Hi Tom 2

49 Crash Cymbal 1

50 STD Hi Tom 1

51 Standard Ride

52 Chinese Cymbal

53 Ride Bell

54

55

Tambourine

Splash Cymbal

56 Cowbell

57 Crash Cymbal 2

58 Vibraslap

59 Ride Cymbal 2

60 Hi Bongo

61 Low Bongo

62 Mute Hi Conga

63 Open Hi Conga

64 Low Conga

65 High Timbale

66 Low Timbale

67 High Agogo

68 Low Agogo

69 Cabasa

70

71

Maracas

Short Whistle

72 Long Whistle

73 Short Guiro

74 Long Guiro

75 Claves

76 Hi Wood Block

77

78

Low Wood Block

Mute Cuica

79 Open Cuica

80 Mute Triangle

81 Open Triangle

82 Shaker

83 Jingle Bell

84 Belltree

85 Castanets

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Mute Surdo

Open Surdo

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Brush Kick

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Dj Mix 4

Dj Mix 3

Dj Mix 2

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Dj Mix 1

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Jazz Kick

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TR606 Kick

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TR606 Snare Jazz Snare

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Jazz Sanre Rim

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Tr606 Snare Rim

Jazz Low Tom 2 TR606 Low Tom 2

<TR606 Closed Hi-Hat

Jazz low tom 1

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TR606 Low Tom1

TR606 Pedal Hi-Hat

TR606 Mid Tom 2

TR606 Open Hi-Hat

Jazz Mid Tom 2

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Jazz Mid Tom 1

Jazz Hi Tom 2

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Jazz Hi Tom 1

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TR606 Mid Tom 1

TR606 Hi Tom 2 tr606 crash cymbal1

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DJ(PC7)

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19

MIDI Implementation Chart

Remarks

Channel

Velocity

Changed

Note on

After Key's

Touch Channel's

X

X

1-16

X

***********

0-127

0-127

O

O

X

X

O

O

Change 1 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

O

System Exclusive

Messages O

: Reset X

Note 1: Reverb program vv=00H to 07H (default 04H)

00H : Room1 01H : Room2

02H : Room3 03H : Hall1

04H : Hall2 05H : Plate

06H : Delay 07H : Pan delay

O : YES X : NO

20

O

O

X

X

X

X

X

X

O

X

X

Note2: Chorus program vv=00H to 07H (default 02H)

00H : Chorus1 01H : Chorus2

02H : Chorus3 03H : Chorus4

04H : Feedback 05H : Flanger

06H : Short delay 07H : FB delay

Note3: Just respond 3 type of RPN 000~002.

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