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HD-100 e-drum set user manual

Musikhaus Thomann e.K.

Treppendorf 30

96138 Burgebrach

Germany

Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0 email: [email protected]

Internet: www.thomann.de

23.12.2011

Table of contents

Table of contents

1

General notes..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

2

Safety instructions.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

3

Features................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

4

Operating elements........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7

5

Setting up the drum set............................................................................................................................................................................................. 10

6

MIDI-out format............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14

7

Functions........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

8

Recording.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23

9

Playback............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 26

10

Technical specifications............................................................................................................................................................................................. 30

11

Voice list............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31

12

Pattern list........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34

13

Percussion settings...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35

14

MIDI implementation chart...................................................................................................................................................................................... 38

15

Cleaning............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40

16

Protecting the environment.................................................................................................................................................................................... 41

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General notes

1 General notes

This user manual contains important information on the safe operation of the device. Read and follow all safety notes and all instructions. Save this manual for future reference. Make sure that it is available to all persons using this device. If you sell the device to another user, be sure that they also receive this manual.

Our products are subject to a process of continuous development. We therefore reserve the right to make changes without notice.

Symbols and signal words

This section gives an overview of the symbols and signal words used in this user manual.

Signal word

DANGER!

CAUTION!

NOTICE!

Meaning

This combination of symbol and signal word indicates an immediate dangerous situation that will result in death or serious injury if it is not avoided.

This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a pos‐ sible dangerous situation that can result in minor injury if it is not avoided.

This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a pos‐ sible dangerous situation that can result in material and envi‐ ronmental damage if it is not avoided.

Warning signs Type of danger

Warning – danger zone.

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Safety instructions

2 Safety instructions

Intended use

Use the device only as described in this user manual. Any other use or use under other operating conditions is considered to be improper and may result in personal injury or property damage. No liability will be assumed for damages resulting from improper use.

This device may be used only by persons with sufficient physical, sensorial, and intellectual abilities and having corresponding knowledge and experience. Other persons may use this device only if they are supervised or instructed by a person who is responsible for their safety.

Safety

DANGER!

Danger for children

Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are disposed of properly and are not within reach of babies and young children.

Choking hazard!

Ensure that children do not detach any small parts (e.g. knobs or the like) from the unit. They could swallow the pieces and choke!

Never let children unattended use electrical devices.

CAUTION!

Possible hearing damage

With loudspeakers or headphones connected, the device can produce volume levels that may cause temporary or permanent hearing impairment.

Do not operate the device permanently at a high volume level. Decrease the volume level immediately if you experience ringing in your ears or hearing impairment.

NOTICE!

Operating conditions

This device has been designed for indoor use only. To prevent damage, never expose the device to any liquid or moisture.

Avoid direct sunlight, heavy dirt, and strong vibrations.

NOTICE!

External power supply

The device is powered by an external power supply. Before connecting the external power supply, ensure that the input voltage (AC outlet) matches the voltage rating of the device and that the AC outlet is protected by a residual current circuit breaker. Failure to do so could result in damage to the device and possibly the user.

Unplug the external power supply before electrical storms occur and when the device is unused for long periods of time to reduce the risk of electric shock or fire.

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Features

3 Features

n 100 drum and percussion sounds with high-grade resolution n 10 preset kits and 5 programmable kits n 40 built-in preset rhythms, one user pattern n

Integrated metronome with 4 selectable click sounds n

Bass pad n

Including foot pedal, double zone snare pad, 3x tom pads, ride pad, crash pad, hi-hat pads & hi-hat controller n

Headphones output & mix input n

USB connection

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4 Operating elements

Top panel

Operating elements

1 [VOLUME]

Volume control for the headphones output. Turn it clockwise to increase the volume, turn it counterclockwise to decrease the volume.

2 [+/–]

Use these buttons to increase or decrease the value of the currently selected parameter.

3 [TEMPO]

For tempo adjustment.

4 ‘Pad indicators’

During playing these indicators show the currently triggered pads.

5 [CLICK]

Button for switching the metronome function on / off.

6 [DRUM OFF]

Use this button to mute the drum part of a song.

7 [START/STOP]

Button to start / stop song playback.

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Operating elements

8 [PATTERN]

For selecting the patterns and for choosing the MIDI output format.

9 [VOICE]

Use this button to select the desired voice.

10 [KIT]

Button for selecting a drum kit.

11 LED display

Shows the parameters of the currently selected menu.

12 [VOLUME]

To separately adjust the volume of the drum kit, the voice, the metronome and the pattern.

13 [SAVE/REC]

Press this button briefly to store the currently selected kit as user kit. Keep this button pressed, to start the record mode.

14 [ON/OFF]

Use this button to turn the unit on and off.

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Operating elements

Rear panel

1 DC 9 V

Plug in the cable of the mains adaptor here.

2 PHONES

Here you can connect your headphones (not supplied).

3 OUTPUT

You can connect an audio system or drum monitor to this stereo output.

4 MIX IN

Connect external audio devices like MP3 or CD players to this input.

5 USB

Use this socket to connect the unit to a computer (MIDI in/out via USB).

6 Trigger inputs

Connect the individual pads to these sockets

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Setting up the drum set

5 Setting up the drum set

Unpack and check carefully there is no transportation damage before using the unit.

Establish all connections as long as the unit is switched off. Use the shortest possible high-quality cables for all connections.

Connecting pads and pedals

Connect each of the trigger inputs on the rear panel of the drum module using the supplied cables with the corresponding pad.

The snare drum is equipped with a stereo input, and thus supports double-triggering. Also for the hi-hat pedal a stereo input is available.

Notes: n

The sound of hitting the hi-hat pad is controlled by the hi-hat pedal. Similar to a real drum kit, the hi-hat sounds ‘open‘ when the pedal is released. If you step on the pedal the hi-hat sounds ‘closed’.

n The half of the pad on the players side is the effective striking area of a cymbal pad (ride, crash or hi-hat). In this respect cymbal pads differ from other pads.

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Setting up the drum set

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Setting up the drum set

Connecting the power supply

Make sure the device is switched OFF, then insert the power supply into a wall outlet and connect the adaptor cable to the DC IN socket on the rear panel of the device.

To protect the speakers, amplifier and the drum module from damage rotate the volume knob to the left stop, before switching the power ON.

Connecting audio equipment

If you want to listen to the drum voices using an amplifier, connect the input of the amp to the OUTPUT jacks on the rear panel.

Connecting a CD player, etc.

You can connect the audio output of a CD player or other audio source to the MIX IN socket on the rear panel to mix the external signals with the drum sound. This function is convenient if you want to play along with your favourite song.

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Setting up the drum set

Connecting headphones

An optional set of stereo headphones (not supplied) can be connected to the PHONES socket located on the rear of the drum module. Listening to music with high sound pressure level may cause permanent damage to your hearing. For your own protec‐ tion we recommend to adjust the volume to a comfortable level!

Connecting a MIDI / USB device

n You can connect a computer or other USB host devices that supports USB audio.

n When using devices with a USB cable, you can choose ‘USB Audio Device’ from the device menu of the software to transfer the MIDI data. The USB connection is compatible with current operating systems. A driver is not needed.

n

The drum module sends all midi data that is generated while you're playing through the USB port, except click and midi codes of the songs. The USB port only sends and receives MIDI messages.

Channel 11 is set as default percussion channel.

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MIDI-out format

6 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.

n

The internal format is used when the drum module works as a sound source (drum module must be connected to a computer or other module with USB host device by USB, and send midi data to another drum module. One drum module can‘t be con‐ nected to another drum module by USB).

n The GM format is used when some other sound source is applied (drum module to other product which supports GM format), such as a computer. If you record your own drum play to computer software with internal format, then only the drum module could recognize and playback your own song (i.e. the recorded midi file) correctly. Nevertheless, if you would like to playback your recorded midi song by any sound source device which supports GM format, we suggest you to record your own drum performance with GM format output.

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MIDI-out format

1.

In pattern selecting mode, press the [ PATTERN] button to enter MIDI output format choice mode.

ð The LED display then shows the current MIDI output format ‘P-N’ (default setting, internal format) or ‘--N’ (GM format).

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to select the other one.

If the internal format (P-N) is selected, program change and note information (note ON/OFF) commands will be transmitted.

When the GM format (--N) is selected, only ‘note on/off‘ commands will be transmitted.

The above setting only affects the primary percussion channel (MIDI channel 10).

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Functions

7 Functions

Switching the power ON

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

Set the power switch to ‘ON’ position to switch the power on. The display then shows the ‘Kit number’ and the ‘KIT’ indicator lights up.

Setting the overall volume

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

Selecting a drum kit

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

1.

Press the [KIT] button to enter KIT selecting mode.

ð The LED display shows the current ‘Kit number’ and the ‘KIT’ indicator lights up.

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to activate one of the drum kits (001-015).

Adjusting the kit volume

Functions

1.

In KIT selecting mode, press the [VOLUME] button to enter volume adjusting mode.

ð The volume indicator lights up and the LED display shows the current kit volume value.

2.

Adjust its value (0 to 16) by pressing the [+/–] buttons.

3.

Then press the [KIT] button again to return to the KIT selecting mode.

ð The volume indicator goes out.

Please note that in recording waiting mode, the KIT volume value can be shown on the display but it can not be adjusted.

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Functions

Selecting a pad voice

The drum module provides 108 built-in drum voices in total to choose from.

1.

Press the [VOICE] button to enter pad voice selecting mode.

ð The LED displays the current pad voice number and the ‘VOICE’ indicator lights up.

2.

In pad voice selecting mode, press [+/–] buttons to choose the voice of the current pad or cymbal (1-108).

Adjusting the pad volume

In voice selecting mode, press the [VOLUME] button to enter pad volume adjusting mode. Then the ‘VOLUME’ indicator lights up and the LED display shows the current pad volume value.

1.

Press the [+/–] buttons to adjust its value (0-16).

2.

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

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Functions

Saving a kit

1.

Press the [SAVE] button to enter KIT saving mode.

ð The LED display shows the user KIT number to save, the ‘KIT’ indicator lights up and the user KIT number flashes.

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to choose the user KIT (11-15) to save.

ð During choosing the kit, the user ‘KIT’ number will keep flashing.

3.

Press the [SAVE] button again. All current settings including the pad voice and volume are now saved under the selected user ‘Kit number’ .

When in recording mode, this function is not available to the user.

Selecting a pattern

The unit offers 41 built-in patterns (40 preset patterns and one user pattern).

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Functions

1.

Press the [PATTERN] button to enter pattern choice mode.

ð The LED display then shows the current pattern number and the pattern indicator lights up.

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to choose the current pattern number (1-41).

Listening to a pattern

1.

Press the [START/STOP] button to play the pattern.

ð Meanwhile the ‘PATTERN’ indicator flashes and shows the beat of the playing pattern. Additionally the pad indicators light up and allow -together with the trigger sound- easy learning and practising. If another pattern is selected in cur‐ rent song playing, it will start to play at the next measure.

2.

In pattern playing mode, press the [START/STOP] button to stop pattern playing.

The pattern and the MIDI IN function use the same 16 midi channels. If you use the MIDI IN function during song playback, interfer‐ ence in the device may be caused. In this case you have to reset the unit by switching the drum module off and on again.

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Functions

Adjusting the pattern volume

1.

In pattern choice mode, press the [VOLUME] button to enter pattern volume adjusting mode.

ð The LED display shows the accompaniment volume value for the current pattern. Please note that the percussion part volume can not be adjusted, it can only be muted on/off by using the [DRUM OFF] button. The volume indicator lights up.

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to adjust the pattern volume value (0-16).

3.

Then press the [PATTERN] button again to return to pattern choice mode.

ð Please note that in recording waiting mode, the pattern volume value is shown on the display but it can not be adjusted.

Pattern volume only controls the accompaniment part volume of the pattern.

Hi-Hat control

n

Open hi-hat: Strike the hi-hat without stepping on the pedal.

n

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

n Closing the hi-hat: Completely step down the pedal.

n Splash: Play the hi-hat with the pedal fully stepped and then instantly release it.

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Functions

Factory reset

If you keep both [+] and [–] buttons pressed at the same time when turning the drum module on, it will be reset to the factory default settings.

The following data will be replaced by the factory data: n

All users kits (include voice and volume settings) n

All recording data.

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Recording

8 Recording

Enter the recording waiting mode

1.

Press and hold the [SAVE] button for about 2 seconds to enter user pattern recording waiting mode.

In recording waiting mode the following parameter can be adjusted: n

The ‘pattern number’ for the accompaniment n

The ‘tempo’ n

The ‘kit number’ n

The ‘drum off’ status n

‘metronome’ on/off

ð The LED display indicates the current ‘kit number’ and the ‘REC’ indicator flashes.

2.

Press the [PATTERN] button in recording waiting mode to display the pattern (---/001~040) for the automatic accompani‐ ment for recording.

3.

Select it using the [+/–] buttons.

4.

Choose ‘---’ if you'd like to record a solo drum part.

VOICE selecting function is not available in recording waiting mode.

Enter recording mode

n

No parameters can be adjusted during recording. Only [START/STOP] and [CLICK] buttons are available then.

n

During recording the original data will be replaced with the newly recorded user pattern.

n

The click sound will not be recorded.

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Recording

Press the [START/STOP] button or hit the pads to enter recording mode.

ð The ‘REC’ indicator lights up and the LED display shows the recorded measures. First, an introductory beat will be counted down. The display then shows: ‘-4, -3, -2, -1’ .

Stop recording

When the recording memory is full, the recording automatically stops and the ‘REC’ indicator goes out.

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The LED display shows ‘FUL’ . Then press the [START/STOP] button to return to ‘41’ display.

The recording capacity is about 5000 notes.

Press the [START/STOP] button during recording to stop recording.

ð The ‘REC’ indicator goes out.

The device then returns to the pattern display ‘41’ .

Quick recording

Recording

After choosing the desired drum kit and adjusting the parameters well (includes tempo, click etc.), you can start quick recording.

1.

Keep the [SAVE] button pressed for about 2 seconds to enter recording waiting mode for recording a user pattern.

2.

Hit the pads or press the [ START/STOP] button to start recording.

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Playback

9 Playback

Playback a user pattern

1.

Choose the pattern number ‘41’ .

2.

Press the [START/STOP] button to play the user pattern.

ð If there is no recording data the LED display shows ‘N-P’ .

The LED display does not show any measures.

Please also note: n

The unit does not play the user pattern in cycle.

n If you press the [DRUM OFF] button only the accompaniment will be muted, but not the recorded part.

n Pattern volume and kit volume control the accompaniment and the recorded part.

If you select another kit during the playback of a user pattern, the recorded kit data will also be changed to the currently selected kit.

DRUM OFF button

You can press the [DRUM OFF] button to mute or unmute the drum part.

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Playback

If the DRUM OFF function is activated, the drum sound of the currently playing pattern will be muted and the ‘DRUM OFF’ indi‐ cator lights up.

This function is very convenient for user practise.

Adjusting the pattern tempo

If you want to adjust the pattern tempo:

1.

Press the [TEMPO] button.

ð The LED display then temporarily shows the tempo value.

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to adjust the tempo for the metronome and pattern playback (30-280).

If you want to restore the preset value of the current pattern, press the [+] and [–] button simultaneously.

Metronome function

If you want to use the metronome function:

1.

Press the [CLICK] button to activate the metronome function.

ð The LED display shows the current time signature and the ‘CLICK’ indicator flashes.

The following 9 time signatures can be chosen: (1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 3/8, 6/8).

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to change the time signature.

3.

Press the [CLICK] button again to switch the metronome function off.

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Playback

During pattern playback the ‘CLICK’ indicator flashes automatically according to the pattern beat, but the metronome sound will not automatically be activated.

Selecting a click sound

If you want to select a click sound:

1.

Keep the [CLICK] button pressed.

2.

Then press the [+/–] buttons to select the desired metronome sound, i.e. the ‘click’.

ð The LED display temporarily shows the currently selected click sound.

4 click sounds are available: ‘Metronome’ , ‘Beep’ , ‘Cowbell’ and ‘Voice’ . The default preset sound when activating the metronome function is ‘Metronome’ .

Adjusting the click volume

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1.

In click time signature selecting mode press the [VOLUME] button to adjust the click volume.

ð The volume indicator lights up and the LED display shows the current click volume value.

2.

Press the [+/–] buttons to select a value between 0 - 16.

3.

To return from click volume selection to time signature selection press the [CLICK] button.

Playback

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Technical specifications

10 Technical specifications

Drum pads:

Number of voices:

Drum kits:

Patterns:

Display:

Connections:

Power supply:

3 tom pads

2 cymbal pads

1 snare pad (dual trigger)

1 hi-hat

1 hi-hat control pedal

1 kick pad

108

10 preset kits

5 user kits

40 preset songs and 1 user pattern

3-digit LED display

PHONES

USB

OUTPUT

MIX IN

DC POWER

Hi-hat control

Hi-hat

Crash

Ride

Snare

Tom 1

Tom 2

Tom 3

Kick via AC mains adaptor (9 V =) e-drum set

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11

007

008

009

010

011

012

003

004

005

006

No.

KICK

001

002

024

025

026

020

021

022

023

016

017

018

019

SNARE

013

014

015

Voice list

Name

Standard Kick 1

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

Standard Snare

Standard Snare Rim

Funk Snare

Funk Snare Rim

Funk Stick

Classic Snare

Classic Snare Rim

Rock Snare

Rock Snare Rim

Brush Snare

Brush Snare Rim

Camco Snare

Camco Snare Rim

TR606 Snare

CRASH

061

062

063

064

065

066

No.

RIDE

057

058

059

060

HIHAT

067

068

069

073

074

075

076

Percussion

070

071

072

077

078

079

Name

Classic Ride

Rock Ride

Brush Ride

TR606 Ride

Tabla 001

Tabla 002

Tabla 003

Tabla 004

Tabla 005

Tabla 006

Bongo High

Bongo Low

Conga 1

Conga 2

Classic Crash

Rock Crash 1

Rock Crash 2

Brush Crash

China Crash

TR606 Crash

Classic Open Hi Hat

Rock Open Hi Hat

TR606 Open Hi Hat

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Voice list

051

052

052

053

054

047

048

049

050

043

044

045

046

039

040

041

042

035

036

037

038

031

032

033

034

No.

TOM

027

028

029

030

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 2

TR606 Tom 3

TR606 Tom 4

Name

Classic Tom 1

Classic Tom 2

Classic Tom 3

Classic Tom 4

Classic Tom 5

Classic Tom 6

Rock Tom 1

Rock Tom 2

Rock Tom 3

Rock Tom 4

Rock Tom 5

Rock Tom 6

Brush Tom 1

Hi Hat 001

Hi Hat 002

Hi Hat 003

Hi Hat 004

Hi Hat 005

Hi Hat 006

Hi Hat 007

Hi Hat 008

Hi Hat 009

Dj001

Dj002

Dj003

Dj004

Dj004

Dj005

Name

Conga 3

Timbale High

Timbale Low

Agogo High

Agogo Low

Cowbell 1

Cowbell 2

Cowbell 3

Cowbell 4

Cowbell 5

Cowbell 6

Cowbell 7

Cowbell 8

Cowbell 9

Cowbell 10

103

104

105

106

107

107

108

099

100

101

102

095

096

097

098

091

092

093

094

087

088

089

090

083

084

085

086

No.

080

081

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No.

055

056

Preset kits and default user kits

004

005

006

007

008

No.

001

002

003

Name

Rock

Pop

Funk

Brush

Jazz

Table

Latin

Name

TR606 Tom 5

TR606 Tom 6

Standard

No.

012

013

014

015

No.

009

010

011

Numbers 001~010 stand for preset kits, numbers 011~015 stand for user kits.

Name

Name

TR606

DJ

User kit1 (Standard)

User kit2 (Rock)

User kit3 (Pop)

User kit4 (Funk)

User kit5 (Brush)

Voice list

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012

013

014

015

008

009

010

011

004

005

006

007

Nr.

001

002

003

016

017

018

019

020

021

Pattern list

12 Pattern list

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

033

034

035

036

029

030

031

032

025

026

027

028

Nr.

022

023

024

037

038

039

040

041

Pattern

Fusion2

Jazz1

Guitar Bossa

Break Beat

World1

Funk3

Latin Jazz3

Latin Pop2

Reggae1

World2

Latin

Bossa

Samba2

3/4Pop

Pop2

Jazz2

Reggae2

Reggae3

Latin Rock2

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Percussion settings

13 Percussion settings

35

36

37

38

30

31

32

33

Prg.-

Nr.

27

28

29

34

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

Standard

(PC0)

High Q

Slap

Scratch Push -

-

-

Rock (PC1) Pop (PC2)

-

-

-

Scratch Pull -

Sticks -

-

-

Square Click

Metronome

Click

Metronome

Bell

-

-

-

-

-

-

STD Kick 2

STD Kick 2

Side Stick

STD Snare

Hand Clap

STD Snare

Rim

STD Low

Tom 2

Closed Hi-

Hat

STD Low

Tom 1

Pedal Hi-Hat -

STD Mid Tom

2

Open Hi-Hat -

-

-

-

Rock Kick

-

Rock Snare

Rim

Rock Low

Tom 2

Rock Low

Tom 1

Rock Mid

Tom 2

-

-

-

-

-

Pop Kick

Rock Snare Pop Snare

Drum

-

Pop Snare

Rim

Pop Low

Tom 2

Pop Low

Tom 1

Pop Mid Tom

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Funk (PC3)

Funk Kick

Funk Snare

Funk Snare

Rim

Funk Low

Tom 2

Funk Low

Tom 1

Funk Mid

Tom 2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Brush (PC4) Jazz (PC5)

Brush Kick

Brush Snare

Brush Snare

Rim

Brush Low

Tom 2

Brush Low

Tom 1

Brush Mid

Tom 2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Jazz Kick

Jazz Snare

Jazz Snare

Rim

Jazz Low

Tom 2

Jazz Low

Tom 1

Jazz Mid

Tom 2

STD Mid Tom

1

STD Hi Tom

2

Rock Mid

Tom 1

Rock Hi Tom

2

Pop Mid Tom

1

Funk Mid

Tom 1

Pop Hi Tom 2 Funk Hi Tom

2

Brush Mid

Tom 1

Brush Hi Tom

2

Jazz Mid

Tom 1

Jazz Hi Tom

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

606 (PC6)

TR606 Kick

TR606 Snare -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

DJ (PC7)

-

TR606 Snare

Rim

TR606 Low

Tom 2

TR606

Closed Hi-

Hat

TR606 Low

Tom 1

TR606 Pedal

Hi-Hat

TR606 Mid

Tom 2

TR606 Open

Hi-Hat

TR606 Mid

Tom 1

TR606 Hi

Tom 2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Dj Mix 5

Dj Mix 4

Dj Mix 3

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Percussion settings

53

54

55

60

61

62

68

69

70

71

64

65

66

67

72

73

74

Prg.-

Nr.

49

50

51

52

56

57

58

59

63

Standard

(PC0)

Crash

Cymbal 1

STD Hi Tom

1

Standard

Ride

Chinese

Cymbal

Ride Bell

Tambourine -

-

Splash

Cymbal

Cowbell

-

-

-

Crash

Cymbal 2

Vibraslap

Ride Cymbal

2

-

-

Hi Bongo

Low Bongo -

-

Mute Hi

Conga

Open Hi

Conga

-

-

Rock (PC1) Pop (PC2)

Rock Hi Tom

1

Rock Ride

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Funk (PC3)

Pop Hi Tom 1 Funk Hi Tom

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Brush (PC4) Jazz (PC5)

Brush Hi Tom

1

Brush Ride

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Jazz Hi Tom

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

606 (PC6)

TR606 Crash

Cymbal 1

TR606 Hi

Tom 1

Low Conga -

High Timbale -

Low Timbale -

High Agogo -

Low Agogo -

Cabasa -

Maracas

Short Whistle -

-

Long Whistle -

Short Guiro -

Long Guiro -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

DJ (PC7)

Dj Mix 2

Dj Mix 1 e-drum set

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Percussion settings

Prg.-

Nr.

75

76

77

78

79

80

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

Standard

(PC0)

Claves

Hi Wood

Block

Low Wood

Block

Mute Cuica -

Open Cuica -

Mute Tri‐ angle

Open Tri‐ angle

-

Shaker

Jingle Bell

Belltree

Castanets

Mute Surdo -

Open Surdo -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Rock (PC1) Pop (PC2)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Funk (PC3)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Brush (PC4) Jazz (PC5)

Boxes marked with ‘-’ have the same assignment as listed in column Standard (PC0).

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

606 (PC6)

-

-

-

-

-

-

DJ (PC7)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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MIDI implementation chart

14 MIDI implementation chart

Function

Basic Channel

Mode

Note Number

Velocity Note

After Touch

Pitch Bend

Control Change

81

91

93

120

121

123

7

10

11

64

5

6

0

1

65

66

67

80

Default

Changed

Default

Messages

Altered

True voice

Note ON

Note OFF

Keys

Channels

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Transmitted

ch 10

No

No

Yes

********

0~127

********

Yes (99H, V:

0~127)

No

No

No

No

Yes (99H, V: 0)

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Received

1-16

No

No

No

********

0~127

0~127

Yes

Remarks

Bank Select

Modulation

Portamento Time

Data Entry

Volume

Pan

Expression

Sustain Pedal

Portamento ON/OFF

Sostenuto Pedal

Soft Pedal

Reverb Program

1)

Chorus Program 2)

Reverb Level

Chorus Level

All Sound Off

Reset All Controllers

All Notes Off e-drum set

38

Function

Program Change

System Exclusive

System Common Song Position

Song Select

Tune

System Clock

Real Time Commands

Aux Messages Local ON/OFF*

ALL Notes OFF

Active Sensing

System Reset

Table note 1 n

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

Table note 2 n

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

Table note 3 n

Just respond 3 type of RPN 000~002.

No

No

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

Transmitted

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

No

Received

Yes

Yes

No

MIDI implementation chart

Remarks

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Cleaning

15 Cleaning

Components

Clean the accessible parts of the device regularly. The frequency of cleaning depends on the operating environment: moist, smoky or particularly dirty environments may cause a higher accumulation of dirt on the components of the device.

n

Use a dry soft cloth for cleaning.

n

Remove stubborn stains with a slightly damp cloth.

n

Never use cleaners containing alcohol or thinner.

n

Never put any vinyl items on the device, as vinyl can stick to the surface or lead to its discolouration.

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Protecting the environment

16 Protecting the environment

Disposal of the packaging material

For the transport and protective packaging, environmentally friendly materials have been chosen that can be supplied to normal recycling.

Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are properly disposed of.

Do not just dispose these materials with your normal household waste, but make sure that they are fed to a recovery. Please follow the notes and markings on the packaging.

Disposal of your old device

This device is subject to the European directive 2002/96/EC.

Do not dispose the device with your normal household waste.

Dispose this device through an approved waste disposal firm or through your local waste facility. When discarding the device, comply with the rules and regulations that apply in your country. If in doubt, consult your local waste disposal facility.

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Notes

42 e-drum set

Musikhaus Thomann e.K. · Treppendorf 30 · 96138 Burgebrach · Germany · www.thomann.de

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