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Owner's Manual

Digital

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INFORMATION FOR YOUR SAFETY!

THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (For USA)

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 televisio n 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:

Connections

Before connecting the instrume nt to other devices

, turn off the power to all units. This will help prevent ma lfunction and/or dama ge to other devices .

Location

Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious damage:

Direct sunlight

Extreme temperature or humidity

Excessive dusty or dirty location

Strong vibrations or shocks

Close to magnetic fields

Interference with other electrical devices

Radios and televisi ons placed nearby may experience reception interf erence. Operate this unit at a suitable distan ce from radios and televisi ons.

Cleaning

Clean only with a soft, dry cloth

.

Do not use paint thinners, solvents, cleaning fluids, or chemi cal-imp regnated wiping cloths .

PRECAUTIONS

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING

Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference

.

Power Supply

Please connect the designated AC adaptor to an AC outlet of the correct voltage .

Do not connect it to an AC outlet of voltage other than that for which your instrument is intended .

Unplug the AC power adaptor when not using the instrument, or during electrical storms

.

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 .

Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the user’ s authority to operate this equipment

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Handling

Do not apply excessive force to the switches or controls

.

Do not let paper, metallic, or other objects into the instrument. If this happens, remove the electric plug from the outlet. Then have the instrument inspected by qualified service personnel .

Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.

CAUTION

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 owner’ s manual. In case the function could not resume, please use the product in other location.

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Panel Controls

- Top Panel

- Rear Panel

Operation

- Select a Drum Kit

- Set Pad Voice

- Set pad volume

- Set pad pan

- Set pad midi note

- Save Kit

- Play Song

- Main Volume

- Accompaniment Volume

- Drum Off

- Tempo

- Metronome

- Hand Percussion

- Demo

- Reverb

- Record

- Playback

Input and Output

- Pedals

- Phones output

- USB jack

- AUX IN input

Voice list

Kits list

Song list

MIDI implementation chart

Specifications

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Setting up

Power Supply

Your d igital drum will run on either batteries or power adaptor. Follow the instructions below according to the power source you intend to use.

Using an AC- Adaptor

Connect the power adaptor to the DC IN jack located on the rear panel of the unit,and plug the AC power adaptor into an AC power outlet.

Do not use adaptors other than the one specified.

The technical specification of the adaptor is DC 12V output, center positive type.

12V

Using Batteries

Ac power socker

Open the battery compartment conver on the underside of the unit.

Insert six “C” size, R14, SUM-2 or equivalent batteries. When inserting the batteries, be care to follow the polarity markings in the illustration.

Note: we suggest to use the alkaline batteries.

Notes

Power will be automatically drawn from the AC adaptor if an optional AC adaptor is connected while batteries are installed in the instrument.

Caution

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.

Auto Power Off

In order to save energy, we have designed the “Automatic

Shutdown” function. With this function, this product will shutdown automatically when you have left it idle for more than 30 minutes.If you don't need this function, just press and hold the [ START /STOP] button then turn the drum on.

Using Headphones

An optional set of stereo headphones can be connected to the PHONES/OUTPUT jack located on the rear panel. when a pair of headphones is connected to the jack, the internal speakers of the unit will switch off automatically, perfect for private practice or late night playing. if you want to use an external sound system, the headphone jack can also be used to connect the dightal drum to a stereo system of mixing console.

Turn off the power on all equipment before making any connections.

The headphone is optional.

Close the battery compartment securely.

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Top panel

Drum pad (x7) Control panel

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Panel Controls

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1.POWER BUTTON

This button set the power of module on or off.

2.TEMPO + &

-

These buttons are used to change current tempo.

3.MASTER VOLUME + &

-

These buttons can be used to change the master volumes.

4.ACC. VOLUME + &

-

These buttons can be used to change the accompaniment volumes.

5.REC AND LED INDICATOR

This button can be used to start or stop recording.

6.CLICK AND LED INDICATOR

This button is used to turn on or off the metronome.

7.3-DIGIT LED

This LED is the main display device of DD315, which will show the parameters of current menu.

8.HAND PERCUSSION AND LED INDICATOR

This button can be used to turn on the hand percussion function.

9.DRUM OFF AND LED INDICATOR

This button is used to enable or disable drum off function.

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10.KIT

This button is used to enter kit menu.

11.VOICE

This button is used to enter voice or volume menu.

12.SONG

This button is used to enter song menu.

13.START/STOP

This button can be used to start or stop song playing.

14.VOLUME

This button can be used to change the volume of pad.

15.

SELECT + & -

These buttons can be used to change values (kit number, voice number, song number, etc.) when editing.

16.SAVE

This button is used to save current kit settings to a user kit.

17.PAN

This button can be used to change the pan of pad.

18.PLAY/STOP

This button can be used to start or stop recording replay.

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19.REVERB

This button is used to change the reverb level.

20.PAD INDICATORS

Display the pad currently being played.

21.DEMO

This button can be used to start or stop demo song playing.

22.NOTE

This button can be used to change the midi note of pad.

Rear Panel

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23.AUXIN INPUT

This port is used to connect with the external audio device,like CD player or MP3 player.

24.PHONES JACK

This jack is used to connect with headphones

25.PEDAL INPUT JACKS

Kick and hi-hat pedal input jacks.

26.USB JACK

This port is used to connect with external device.

27.DC INPUT

Connect to a DC 12V.

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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 be used to select any kit (preset kit 1-45, user kit 46-50) as the current kit.

Set Pad Voice

Press [ VOICE ] button to enter

voice

menu.

Default value will be the voice value of the hi-hat pad based on different kit selected. For example, if kit 001 has been selected, then press voice , the value on LED will be

161, which is the voice value of the hi-hat pad.

If

voice 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, The button SELECT used to select any voice(1-265, loop) for current pad.

Set pad volume

Press [VOLUME] button to enter voice menu. If voice 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 pad hitting. The button SELECT [+] / [

-] can be used to change the volume (0-31) of the current pad.

Set pad pan

Press the [PAN] button to enter voice menu. If voice 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 pad hitting. The button

SELECT [+] / [-] can be used to change the pan(-8~+8) of the current pad.

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Set pad midi note

Press [NOTE] button to enter voice menu,If voice menu is selected, the corresponding menu indicator will be lit up.

In this menu, the 3-digit LED will show the midi note of current pad, which can be selected by pad hitting. The button SELECT [+] / [-] can be used to change the midi note (n00-n99, loop) of the current pad.

Save Kit

Press [SAVE] button to enter the kit save menu. The button SELECT [+] / [ ]

(46-50, 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.

the LED.

Note: The unsaved kit setting will be lost after kit changing.

Play Song

Press [SONG] butt on to enter song menu. Defau lt value is 001, The 3-digit LED will show current song number with cor responding menu indi cator lit up. The button SELECT [+] / [ ] can be used to select c urrent 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 measur e.

Each song has its own defaul t tempo and drum kit, the song pla yer will initialize the current kit and current tempo at the begi nning of son g 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 MASTER VOLUME

can be used to adjust the volume (0-16, not loop). And this value will be auto-saved after adjusted.

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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 can be used to adjust the volume (0

-16, not loop). This value will be autosaved 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. Drum off button cannot be manipulated while play back record.

Note: If you can't play with the song, you can decrease the tempo value, please see the [TEMPO] section.

Tempo

Press the TEMPO 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

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 77 and the kit number is 15.

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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

-

can be used to adjust the reverb level (0-3, not loop). This value will be auto-saved 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 recor ding, the vocal m etronome 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.

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Pedals

this appliance supports 1 hi-hat pedal and 1 kick pedal as input device.

Input and Output

Phones output

The phones output supports a stereo headphone as output device.

Note: the headphone is optional.

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 device.

AUX IN input

For connecting an extra audio player, for example, MP3 and so on via a stereo plug. You can enjoy playing the drum along with your favorite songs.

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Voice list

NO.

Name

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3

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KICK

1 22''Acoustic Kick

24''Standard Kick

Brush Kick

Rock Kick

Jazz Kick

Room Kick

Fusion Kick

1970's Kick

Vintage Kick

HipHop Kick

Reggae Kick

Old School Kick

Lo-Fi Kick

Junkyard Kick

Noise Kick

Drum & Bass Kick

808 Kick

909 Kick

Electronic Kick 1

Dance Kick

FX Mix Kick

Techno Kick

Electronic Kick 2

24 Magic Kick

SNARE

25 14'' Acoustic Snare

14'' Standard Snare

14'' Funk Snare

Brush Snare

14'' Jazz Snare

14'' Rock Snare

13'' Damped Snare

Orchestra Snare

Orchestra Snare Rim

Room Snare

Fusion Snare

Big Band Snare

Vintage Snare

Live Snare

Reggae Snare

R&B Snare 1

808 Snare

909 Snare

R&B Snare 2

Electronic Snare

Power Snare

Dance Snare

Old School Snare

House Snare

Lo-Fi Snare

Junkyard Snare

Noise Snare

Drum & Bass Snare

Techno Snare

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63

Tom

64

Techno Snare Rim

Magic Snare

Acoustic Snare Stick

Standard Snare Stick

Brush Snare Stick

Rock Snare Stick

Live Snare Stick

Room Snare Stick

Fusion Snare Stick

Brush Swirl

Acoustic Tom 1

Acoustic Tom 2

Acoustic Tom 3

Acoustic Tom 4

Acoustic Tom 5

Acoustic Tom 6

Brush Tom 1

Brush Tom 2

Brush Tom 3

Brush Tom 4

Brush Tom 5

Brush Tom 6

Jazz Tom 1

Jazz Tom 2

Jazz Tom 3

Jazz Tom 4

Jazz Tom 5

Jazz Tom 6

808 Tom 1

808 Tom 2

808 Tom 3

808 Tom 4

808 Tom 5

808 Tom 6

909 Tom 1

909 Tom 2

909 Tom 3

909 Tom 4

909 Tom 5

909 Tom 6

Electronic Tom 1

Electronic Tom 2

Electronic Tom 3

Electronic Tom 4

Electronic Tom 5

Electronic Tom 6

Power Tom 1

Power Tom 2

Power Tom 3

Power Tom 4

Power Tom 5

Power Tom 6

Lo-Fi Tom 1

Lo-Fi Tom 2

Lo-Fi Tom 3

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85

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Lo-Fi Tom 4

Lo-Fi Tom 5

Lo-Fi Tom 6

Junkyard Tom 1

Junkyard Tom 2

Junkyard Tom 3

Junkyard Tom 4

Junkyard Tom 5

Junkyard Tom 6

Noise Tom 1

Noise Tom 2

Noise Tom 3

Noise Tom 4

Noise Tom 5

Noise Tom 6

Techno Tom 1

Techno Tom 2

Techno Tom 3

Techno Tom 4

Techno Tom 5

Techno Tom 6

Magic Tom 1

Magic Tom 2

Magic Tom 3

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139

133 Magic Tom 4

Ride

134 20'' Funk Ride

808 Ride

Ride

House Ride

Lo-Fi Ride

Junkyard Ride

140 Noise Ride

Crash

141 16'' Acoustic Crash

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158

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160

161

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144

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146

147

148

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150

151

16'' Acoustic Crash Edge

16'' Rock Crash

16'' Rock Crash Edge

808Crash

909Crash

Electronic Crash

Brush Crash

Lo-Fi Crash

China

Splash

Hihat

152 14'' Acoustic Hi-hat Close

14'' Acoustic Hi-hat Open

14'' Acoustic Hi-hat Edge Close

14'' Acoustic Hi-hat Edge Open

14'' Acoustic Hi-hat Pedal

14'' Acoustic Hi-hat Splash

Rock Hi-hat Close

Rock Hi-hat Open

Fusion Hi-hat Close

Fusion Hi-hat Open

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808 Hi-hat Close

808 Hi-hat Open

808 Hi-hat Pedal

808 Hi-hat Splash

909 Hi-hat Close

909 Hi-hat Open

909 Hi-hat Pedal

909 Hi-hat Splash

Dance Hi-hat Close

Dance Hi-hat Open

Dance Hi-hat Pedal

Dance Hi-hat Splash

Lo-Fi Hi-hat Close

Lo-Fi Hi-hat Open

Lo-Fi Hi-hat Edge

Lo-Fi Hi-hat Pedal

178 Lo-Fi Hi-hat Splash

PERCUSSION 1

179 Nan Bang

Da Mu Yu

Xiao Bo

Xiao Luo

Peng Lin

Maracas

Metronome Bell

Vibra-slap

Synthesis Pecussion

High Q

Low Q

Mute Hi Conga

Open Hi Conga

Low Conga

High Bongo

Low Bongo

High Agogo

Low Agogo

Claves

Jingle Bell

Cowbell

Tambourine

Cabasa

Long Guiro

Short Guiro

Vibraphone C3

Vibraphone Db3

Vibraphone D3

Vibraphone Eb3

Vibraphone E3

Vibraphone F3

Vibraphone Gb3

Vibraphone G3

Vibraphone Ab3

Vibraphone A3

Vibraphone Bb3

Vibraphone B3

Vibraphone C4

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Vibraphone Db4

Vibraphone D4

Vibraphone Eb4

Vibraphone E4

Vibraphone F4

Vibraphone Gb4

Vibraphone G4

Vibraphone Ab4

Vibraphone A4

Vibraphone Bb4

Vibraphone B4

Vibraphone C5

Vibraphone Db5

Voice List

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242

Vibraphone D5

Vibraphone Eb5

Vibraphone E5

Vibraphone F5

Vibraphone Gb5

Vibraphone G5

Vibraphone Ab5

Vibraphone A5

Vibraphone Bb5

Vibraphone B5

Vibraphone C6

Orchestra Timp C2

Orchestra Timp Db2

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246

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250

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252

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254

255

Orchestra Timp D2

Orchestra Timp Eb2

Orchestra Timp E2

Orchestra Timp F2

Orchestra Timp Gb2

Orchestra Timp G2

Orchestra Timp Ab2

Orchestra Timp A2

Orchestra Timp Bb2

Orchestra Timp B2

Orchestra Timp C3

Orchestra Timp Db3

Orchestra Timp D3

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258

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260

261

262

263

264

265

Orchestra Timp Eb3

Orchestra Timp E3

Orchestra Timp F3

Orchestra Timp Gb3

Orchestra Timp G3

Orchestra Timp Ab3

Orchestra Timp A3

Orchestra Timp Bb3

Orchestra Timp B3

Orchestra Timp C4

Kit List

Name

Standard

Hard Rock

Ballad

Acoustic

Funk Band

Funk

Jazz Brush

Dance

Rock

Jazz

808

909

Latin

Room

Percussion 1

Metal

Vibraphone

Electronic

Reggae

Fusion 1

Drum & Bass

Pop

Brush

World

Orchestra

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8

9

10

11

6

7

4

5

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2

3

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21

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16

17

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19

24

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38

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41

34

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30

31

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33

26

27

28

29

46

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48

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50

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43

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45

Ska

Songo

Lo-Fi

1970's

HipHop

Big Band

Old School

R&B

Magic

Live

House

Jazz Latin

Fusion 2

Percussion 2

Teckno

Vintage

Junkyard

Noise

Studio 1

Studio 2

User 1(Standard)

User 2(Hard Rock)

User 3(Ballad)

User 4(Acoustic)

User 5(Funk Band)

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Song List

D N'B2

Break beat2

ClassicRock

HeavyRock

RockBallad

RockNRoll

Punk

Rock

80's Metal

Shuffle

60's rock

Smaba1

BossaNova

Salsa

Ska

Reggae1

Reggae2

Reggae3

LatinRock1

Swing

Bebop

3/4 jazz

Jazz latin jazz1 latin jazz2

Dance 1

DiscoHouse

Trance

TripHop

DrumNBass

BreakBeat1

Dancefunk

Hiphop

Dance2

D N'B1

Name

BluesFunk

NuJazzFunk funk1 funk2 funk3 funk4 pop funk1 pop funk2

RetroFunk

Fusion1

Fusion2

Fusion3

Fusion4

Fusion5

Fusion6

CoolJazz

BigBand1

BigBand2

BigBand3

BigBand4

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36

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31

32

33

34

51

52

53

54

55

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48

49

50

27

28

29

30

23

24

25

26

19

20

21

22

15

16

17

18

11

12

13

14

7

8

9

10

5

6

3

4

NO.

1

2

LatinRock2

Mambo

Samba2

Latin pop

Gtr Bossa

LatinDance1

LatinDance2

R&B1

R&B2

JazzyFunk

Blues

Country

CountryPop

Country Blues

Ballad1

BritPop

8BeatPop1

60'sPop

8 Beat 1

8 Beat 2

8 beat ballad 1

8 beat ballad 2

16 beat ballad 1

16 beat ballad 2 world funk1 funk2 modern jazz big band swing slow fusion country latinjazz reggae latin boogie disco d n'b metal hardrock

8 beat 1

8 beat 2

16 beat 1 funk 3 funk 4

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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

92

93

94

95

88

89

90

91

96

97

98

99

100

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MIDI Implementation Chart

Mode Messages

Altered

Note

Function

Basic Default

Default

Note off

Channel Changed

Number : True voice

Velocity : Note on

Transmitted

10ch

×

×

×

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27-88

***********

O 9nH,V=1-127

× (9nH,V=0)

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

0—127

Recognized

1-16ch

×

1

×

×

0—127

0—127

O 9nH,V=1-127

× (9nH,V=0;

8nH,V=0-127)

×

×

O

Remarks

Touch Ch's

Pitch Bend

Control 0

1

5

7

10

11

20

64

65

66

67

80

81

91

93

120

121

123

Program

Change : true

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

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System Exclusive

O

System : Song Position

: Song Select

Common : Tune

System : Song Position

: Song Select

Common : Tune

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

System : Clock

Real Time : Commands

: Start

: Stop

Aux : LOCAL ON/OFF

: All Notes Off

Messages : Active sense

: Reset

×

×

×

×

×

O

O

O

Mode 1: OMNI ON , POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON , MONO 〇 : YES

Mode 3: OMNI OFF , POLY Mode 4 : OMNI OFF , MONO × : NO

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

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Specifications

Main features:

Hand-percussion:

Metronome:

Dimensions:

Net Weight:

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).

45 preset drum kits,5 user drum kits.

265 percussion voices and 128 GM voices, 16M bytes voice data

100 songs (include 80 styles and 20 songs).

1 demo song

1 track recording use your hand to strike pads.

2 different voices.

500(L)×370(W)×157.4(H)mm

3.3kg

*Specifications may be changed or modified at any time without prior notice

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