Mil­lenium HD-50 E-Drum Set Owner's Manual

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HD-50

e-drum set user manual

Musikhaus Thomann

Thomann GmbH

Hans-Thomann-Straße 1

96138 Burgebrach

Germany

Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0

E-mail: [email protected]

Internet: www.thomann.de

29.04.2016, ID: 297858 (V2)

Table of contents

Table of contents

1

General information.............................................................................................................. 4

1.1 Further information........................................................................................................ 4

1.2 Notational conventions................................................................................................. 4

1.3 Symbols and signal words........................................................................................... 5

2

Safety notes............................................................................................................................... 6

3

Features....................................................................................................................................... 8

4

Scope of delivery..................................................................................................................... 9

5

Assembly.................................................................................................................................. 10

6

Installation.............................................................................................................................. 13

7

Connections and controls................................................................................................ 15

8

Operating................................................................................................................................. 18

8.1 Functions......................................................................................................................... 18

8.2 Factory settings............................................................................................................. 21

9

Technical specifications.................................................................................................... 24

10

Cleaning.................................................................................................................................... 25

11

Protecting the environment........................................................................................... 26

12

Appendix.................................................................................................................................. 27

12.1 Kit list............................................................................................................................... 27

12.2 Song-style list............................................................................................................... 27

12.3 Sound list....................................................................................................................... 27

12.4 MIDI implementation................................................................................................ 30

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General information

1 General information

This manual contains important instructions for the safe operation of the unit. Read and follow the safety instructions and all other instructions. Keep the manual for future reference. Make sure that it is available to all those using the device. If you sell the unit please make sure that the buyer also receives this manual.

Our products are subject to a process of continuous development. Thus, they are subject to change.

1.1 Further information

On our website (www.thomann.de) you will find lots of further information and details on the following points:

Download

Keyword search

Online guides

Personal consultation

Service

This manual is also available as PDF file for you to download.

Use the search function in the electronic version to find the topics of interest for you quickly.

Our online guides provide detailed information on technical basics and terms.

For personal consultation please contact our technical hotline.

If you have any problems with the device the customer service will gladly assist you.

1.2 Notational conventions

Letterings

Displays

This manual uses the following notational conventions:

The letterings for connectors and controls are marked by square brackets and italics.

Examples: [VOLUME] control, [Mono] button.

Texts and values displayed on the device are marked by quotation marks and italics.

Examples: ‘24ch’ , ‘OFF’ .

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Instructions

Cross-references

General information

The individual steps of an instruction are numbered consecutively. The result of a step is indented and highlighted by an arrow.

Example:

1.

Switch on the device.

2.

Press [Auto].

ð Automatic operation is started.

3.

Switch off the device.

References to other locations in this manual are identified by an arrow and the speci‐ fied page number. In the electronic version of the manual, you can click the crossreference to jump to the specified location.

Example: See Ä ‘Cross-references’ on page 5.

1.3 Symbols and signal words

In this section you will find an overview of the meaning of symbols and signal words that are used in this 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 possible dangerous situation that can result in minor injury if it is not avoided.

This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a possible dangerous situation that can result in mate‐ rial and environmental damage if it is not avoided.

Warning signs Type of danger

Warning – danger zone.

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Safety notes

2 Safety notes

Intended use

Safety

Drum modules are intended to be used for converting digital trigger signals from drum pads to various percussion sounds. Use the unit only as described in this 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 intel‐ lectual 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.

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 impair‐ ment.

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.

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Safety notes

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 pro‐ tected 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 193 sounds n

10 preset drum kits, 1 user kit n

10 songs n

Metronome n

Recording and playback function n

Flexible assignment of pad sounds n

Headphones, AUX IN and USB-MIDI interface n

Provisionable standby feature

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Scope of delivery

4 Scope of delivery

Verify before assembling the e-drum set that the entire delivery is included, as listed below.

n

Bottom case with bass-drum pedal and hi-hat controller n 2 × stand tube (left-hand stand tube with snare drum support) n Drum module with three toms n

2 × longer cymbal holders for ride and crash cymbals n shorter hi-hat cymbal stand n

3 × cymbal (ride, crash and hi-hat) n

Snare drum support n

Snare drum n

Complete pad cabling n

9 V power supply unit

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Assembly

5 Assembly

Loosen the wing nuts on the holder clamps before inserting the tubes. Mount the various elements in the specified sequence as shown in the illustration below.

1.

Put the bottom case with the bass-drum pedal and the hi-hat controller (1) on the floor. Insert the two stand tubes (2, with snare drum support) and (3) and tighten the wing nuts on the holder clamps.

2.

Insert the drum module with the three toms (4) into the stand tubes (2) and (3) and tighten the holder clamps on the wing nuts.

3.

Insert the two longer cymbal holders (5) and (6) for the ride and crash cymbals and the shorter hi-hat holder (7) into the guides provided as shown in the illus‐ tration and tighten the wing nuts on the holder clamps.

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Assembly

4.

Place the two ride and crash cymbals (8) and (9) onto the cymbal holders (5) and (6) as shown in the illustration and tighten the corresponding wing nuts.

5.

Place the hi-hat cymbal (10) onto the holder (7) as shown in the illustration and tighten the corresponding wing nut.

6.

Insert the longer end of the L-piece snare drum support (11) into the holder clamp provided on the left-hand stand tube (2) and tighten the wing nut on the holder clamp.

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Assembly

7.

Place the snare drum (12) onto the shorter end of the L-piece snare drum sup‐ port and tighten the wing nut on the holder clamp.

The assembled e-drum set should now look like the following illustration:

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Installation

6 Installation

Set-up and cabling

Connecting the bass-drum pedal and the hi-hat controller to the drum module

Set up the pads and cymbals according to your needs. In a next step, the drum module needs to be connected to the rear of the bottom case and and all triggers need to be cabled with the drum module. Please observe the labelling on the rear of the drum module and the labelling on the individual cable ends. Finally check that all cables between the pads and the drum module have been properly connected.

Hi-hat controller

Connecting the pads

Connecting the power supply

Connect the CONNECT TO BASE (10) terminal on the rear of the drum module with the CONNECT TO MODULE terminal on the rear of the bottom case using the included 6-pole cable in order to connect the bass-drum pedal and the hi-hat con‐ troller to the drum module.

n You produce a closed hi-hat sound when you pedal the hi-hat controller while hitting the hi-hat n

You produce an open hi-hat sound when you do not pedal the hi-hat controller while hitting the hi-hat n

You produce the hi-hat pedal sound when pedalling the hi-hat controller directly without hitting the hi-hat n

An open hi-hat sound changes smoothly to a closed hi-hat sound when you pedal the hi-hat controller while hitting the hi-hat.

Connect the included pad cables to the corresponding RIDE, CRASH, HI-HAT and

SNARE inputs on the rear of the drum module. The cables have different lengths.

Each cable is labelled on both ends with the corresponding pad designation.

Connect the included power supply unit to the DC 9V input on the rear of the bottom case and then insert the power plug into the socket outlet.

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Installation

Connecting USB devices

Connecting audio devices

Connecting headphones

Connect your PC (Windows Vista/XP® or Windows7, Mac) to the USB port (12) on the rear of the drum module.

Connect audio devices like CD or MP3 players, etc. to the AUX IN input (13) on the rear of the drum module.

Connect your stereo headphones to the PHONES output (14) on the rear of the drum module.

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7 Connections and controls

Drum module top view

Connections and controls

1

2

5

6

3

4

[MASTER VOLUME]

Knob control for adjusting the overall volume of the drum module.

LED display

KIT mode

PAD name

SONG mode

Displays the Song, Kit and Pad numbers and various setting parameters. In the SONG mode, the song number appears on the display. In the PAD mode, an abbreviated pad name for snare, crash, tom, etc. appears. In the KIT mode, the drum kit number appears on the display.

[TEMPO / TAP]

Adjusts the tempo of the click and of the song playback.

[KIT]

Opens the Kit menu and/or the Setup mode to adjust different parameters and to switch on and off the standby feature.

[CLICK]

Turns the metronome on and off and opens the click menu.

[TRIGGER] LED

Lights up when trigger pulses are generated.

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7

Connections and controls

8

9

[REC/PLAY]

Allows you to record and play back your performance.

[SONG]

Controls the selection and playback of songs.

[–] / [+]

Buttons to navigate through the ten drum kits, select parameters, sounds, etc.

Rear of the drum module

10

11

12

13

14

[CONNECT TO BASE]

6-pole input for connecting the bass-drum pedal and hi-hat controller to the drum module using the included cable.

Trigger input jacks for [RIDE], [CRASH], [HI-HAT] and [SNARE]

Input jacks for connecting the pads using the included cables.

[USB]

USB port for connecting a PC with USB-MIDI interface.

[AUX IN]

Input jack (3.5-mm stereo mini jack) for connecting audio devices, such as CD, MP3 players, etc.

[PHONES]

Headphones (3.5-mm stereo mini jack) e-drum set

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Connections and controls

Rear of the bottom case

15

16

17

[ POWER ON / OFF]

Main switch to turn the device on and off.

[DC 9V]

Connecting socket for power supply unit.

[CONNECT TO MODULE]

6-pole input for connecting the bass-drum pedal and hi-hat controller to the drum module using the included cable.

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Operating

8 Operating

8.1 Functions

Switching on

Check all cable connections for correct fit before turning on.

Before switching on, turn the [MASTER VOLUME] control of the drum module to minimum.

Use the [POWER ON/OFF] switch on the rear of the bottom case to switch on the drum module.

Adjusting the volume

Selecting a drum kit

KIT button

To set the volume, hit a pad while slowly turning the [MASTER VOLUME] control clock‐ wise.

A drum kit is a compilation in which a certain sound and several sound parameters are assigned to each trigger. Selecting different drum kits lets you customise the sound of your e-drum sets in seconds to the desired music genre. In addition to the ten preset drum kits you can create and save your own user kit (for more information,

see Ä Chapter 12.1 ‘Kit list’ on page 27.

1.

Press [KIT]. The display shows the number of the first preset drum kit.

2.

Use the [–] / [+] keys to select the desired drum kit. Value range: ‘001’ to ‘010’ .

Press the [KIT] and [+] or [–] buttons simultaneously to adjust the pad volume.

You also can select the individual pads by hitting them. Value range: ‘0’ to

‘127’ .

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Selecting a sound

CLICK button

Operating

Press [KIT] and [REC/PLAY] simultaneously, then hit a pad for which you want to change the sound and use the [+] or [–] button to select the sound.

Example: Selecting a sound for tom 1

1.

Press [KIT] and [REC/PLAY] simultaneously. The LED display shows the selected pad. Hit tom 1, and the LED display will show tom 1.

2.

Hit another pad and select its sound using the [+] or [–] buttons.

3.

You can also press [CLICK] to listen to the sound.

4.

Finally press the [REC/PLAY] button to save your settings in the user kit.

5.

Press any other key to exit the menu.

1.

Click type

Press [CLICK] for two seconds to enter the metronome type menu, then use the

[+] or [–] buttons to select the click type. Value range: ‘1/4’ , ‘2/4’ , ‘3/4’ , ‘4/4’ ,

‘6/4’ , ‘3/8’ , ‘6/8’ , ‘12/8’ . Default setting: ‘4/4’ .

2.

Click sound

When the click is activated press and hold [CLICK], then use the [+] or [–] but‐ tons to select the click sound. Value range: ‘001’ to ‘003’ .

3.

Click volume

When the click is deactivated press and hold [CLICK], then use the [+] or [–] buttons to select the click volume. Value range: ‘001’ to ‘032’ .

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Operating

REC/PLAY button

SONG button

1.

Recording

Press and hold [REC/PLAY] for two seconds. The metronome does a one-bar precount before recording starts.

2.

Playing record

Press [REC/PLAY] to play back your recording. Press [REC/PLAY] again to stop playback.

Your drum module provides 10 preset songs. Press [SONG] and [KIT] simultaneously to enter the SONG mode.

1.

Switching the percussion track on and off

In the SONG mode, press and hold [SONG] for two seconds. The LED display shows ‘oN’ or ‘oFF’ .

n

‘oN’

The percussion track of the song is switched on.

n

‘oFF’

The percussion track of the song is muted.

2.

Selecting a song

Press [SONG], then use the [+] or [–] buttons to select any of the ten songs.

3.

Song volume

In the SONG mode, press and hold [SONG], then use the [+] or [–] buttons to select the song volume. Value range: ‘000’ to ‘032’ .

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TEMPO/TAP button

Operating

There are two way you can adjust the tempo using the [TEMPO/TAP] button:

1.

Press [TEMPO/TAP]. The LED display shows the currently set tempo that you can adjust by means of the [+] or [–] buttons. Value range: ‘020’ to ‘240’ .

2.

Press and hold [TEMPO/TAP] for two seconds to enter the TAP mode. The LED display is flashing.

Hit four times rhythmically on a pad to change the tempo. The value is deter‐ mined by the time interval between the last two hits.

8.2 Factory settings

8.2.1 Reset to factory defaults

To reset the drum module to its factory defaults, do the following:

1.

Use the POWER ON/OFF switch on the rear of the bottom case to switch off the drum module.

2.

Press and hold the [+] and [–] buttons on the drum module simultaneously with one hand an turn on the drum module using the POWER ON/OFF switch on the rear of the bottom case.

This will reset your drum module to the factory defaults and delete all your set‐ tings.

8.2.2 Setup mode

In this setup mode, you can adjust some global parameters according to your wishes and expectations. To enter the setup mode, switch off the drum module, then press and hold [KIT] while you switch it on again.

1.

To switch off the standby feature, press and hold the [REC/PLAY] button until the display shows ‘SoF’ .

ð The standby feature is disabled.

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Operating

2.

To switch on the standby feature, press and hold the [REC/PLAY] button until the display shows ‘SoN’ .

ð If the module is not being used and there is no signal input for 30 minutes, it will automatically enter standby mode.

The standby feature is enabled by default when the module is turned on.

3.

Press [TEMPO/TAP] and use the [+] or [–] buttons to set the sensitivity. Value range: ‘001’ to ‘008’ .

4.

Press [KIT] and use the [+] or [–] buttons to set the trigger threshold. Value range: ‘001’ to ‘050’ .

5.

Press [SONG] and use the [+] or [–] buttons to set the velocity curve. There are four possible settings: ‘NORM’ (normal), ‘DYNM’ (dynamic) ‘EASY’ and ‘FIXD’

(fixed).

6.

Press [CLICK] and use the [+] or [–] buttons to set the cross-talk value ‘XTALK’ .

Value range: ‘001’ to ‘080’ .

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7.

Press [REC/PLAY] to save your settings.

Operating

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Technical specifications

9 Technical specifications

Pads

Sounds

Drum kits

Songs

Connections

Operating supply voltage

Seven drum pads with touch response including bass-drum pedal and hihat controller

193

10 preset drum kits

1 user kit

10

CONNECT TO BASE (connection to bass-drum pedal and hi-hat controller)

RIDE, CRASH, HI-HAT, SNARE (connection for included pad cables)

USB-MIDI

AUX IN ( (3.5-mm stereo mini jack))

Headphones ( (3.5-mm stereo mini jack)

9 V power supply unit , 800 mA

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10 Cleaning

Device parts

Cleaning

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

11 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 of these materials with your normal household waste, but make sure that they are collected for recycling. Please follow the notes and markings on the packaging.

Disposal of your old device

This product is subject to the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Directive (WEEE). Do not dispose with your normal household waste.

Dispose of 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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12 Appendix

12.1 Kit list

4

5

6

2

3

No.

1

Name

Acoustic_kit_1

Acoustic_kit_2

Room_kit NL

Rock_kit

Dance_club_kit

Jazz_kit

12.2 Song-style list

No.

01

02

03

04

05

Name

Rock Shuffle

Surf Pop

Techno

60's Rock

Hard Rock

12.3 Sound list

Group 1: Kick Drums

Acoustic_kick_01

Acoustic_kick_02

Room_kick_01

Room_kick_02

Rock_kick_01

Jazz_kick_01

Early_RnB_kick

Compressed_kick

Latin_kick

Pop_kick_02

Trash_kick

Rock_kick_03

Brush_kick

Modern_RnB_kick

Boom_snap_kick

Rock_kick_02

No.

7

8

9

10

11

Name

Electronic_kit

Analog_kit

Latin_kit

Modern R&B

User kit

No.

06

07

08

09

10

Name

Pop Bossa

80's Rock

16 Beat

Pop Shuffle

Guitar Pop

Rock_kick_04

Rock_kick_05

Electronic_kick_01

Electronic_kick_02

Analog_kick

Drum_machine_kick

Appendix

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Appendix

Group 2: Snare Drums

Acoustic_snr_01

SPic_snr_01c

SPic_snr_02f

Room_snr_01_6L

Room_snr_02

Rock_snr_01

Rock_snr_06

Cpmpressed_snr_6L

Jazz_snr_01

Acoustic_snr_02

Boom_snap_snr

Trash_snare

Pop_snr_02

Group 3: Toms

Acoustic_tom_H_01

Acoustic_tom_M_01

Acoustic_tom_L_01

Acoustic_tom_H_02

Acoustic_tom_M_02

Acoustic_tom_L_02

Room_tom_H_01

Room_tom_M_01

Room_tom_L_01

Compressed_tom_H

Compressed_tom_M

Compressed_tom_L

Rock_tom_H_01

Reggae-pop_snr

Brush_snr_01

Early_RnB_snare

Pop_snr_01

Latin_snr+tambourine

Electro-pop_snr

Rap-hop_snr

Analog-snr_01

Modern_RnB_snr

Rock_snr_03

Electronic_snr_01

Drum_machine_snr_01+1

8-oh_snr_+1

Rock_tom_M_01

Rock_tom_L_01_6L

Rock_tom_H_03

Rock_tom_M_03

Rock_tom_L_02

Pop_tom_H_01

Pop_tom_M_01

Pop_tom_L_01

Boom_snap_tom_H

Boom_snap_tom_M

Boom_snap_tom_L

DW_high_tom

DW_mid_tom

Dance_club_snr+2

9-oh_snr_+2-5

Drum_box_snr+5

Acoustic_xstick_01

SPic_xtk-01

Rock_xstick_01

Jazz_xstick_01

Room_xstick

Modern_RnB_xstick

Electronic_xstick_01

Crunch_xstick

Analog_xstick

Drum_machine_xstick

DW_low_tom

Rock_tom_H_04

Rock_tom_M_02_6L

Rock_tom_L_03

Modern_RnB_tom_h

Modern_RnB_tom_m

Modern_RnB_tom_L

Jazz_tom_H_01

Jazz_tom_M_01

Jazz_tom_L_01

Brush_tom_H

Brush_tom_M

Brush_tom_L e-drum set

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Group 3: Toms

Latin_tom+conga_M

Latin_tom+conga_L

Electronic_tom_H_01

Electronic_tom_M_01

Electronic_tom_L_01

Group 4: Cymbals

cr_49_crash cr_49_crash_1L

Rap-hop_crash

Brush_crash_-3

Rock_crash_02

Crunch_crash-7

Cym_crash_18

Cym_crash_18_-4

Group 5: Hi-hats

Brush_hat_cl_01

Brush_hat_foot_01

Brush_hat_op_01

Acoustic_hat_cl_2

Acoustic_hat_foot_2

Acoustic_hat_op_2

Room_hat_cl

Room_hat_foot

Room_hat_op

Rock_hat_cl_01_6L

Rock_hat_foot_01

Rock_hat_op_01_6L

Electronic_tom_H_02

Electronic_tom_M_02

Electronic_tom_L_02

Analog_tom_H

Analog_tom_M

Cym_splash_03+6

9-oh_crash

Boom_snap_crash

Dance_club_ride

Analog_crash

Electronic_crash_01

Sizzle_ride+bell

Cymbal_ride_bell

Rock_hat_cl_03

Rock_hat_foot_02

Rock_hat_op_03

Compressed_hat_cl_6Lv2

Cym_hat_foot_+0

Compressed_hat_op_6Lv2

Cympal_hat_cl_6L+1-37

Cymbal_foot_+1-37

Cymbal_hat_op_6L+1-37

Snappy_brush_hat_cl

Snappy_brush_hat_foot

Snappy_brush_hat_op

Analog_tom_L

Drum_machine_tom_H

Drum_machine_tom_M

Drum_machine_tom_L

Appendix

Room_ride

Acoustic_ride_02

Latin_ride+cowbell

Electronic_ride_02

Analog_ride

Drum_machine_ride

Electronic_ride_01

Electronic_hat_cl_01

Electronic_hat_foot_01

Electronic_hat_op_01

Analog_hat_cl

Analog_hat_foot

Analog_hat_op

Drum_machine_hat_cl

Drum_machine_hat_foot

Drum_machine_hat_op

Modern_RnB_hat_cl

Modern_RnB_hat_foot

Modern_Rnb_hat_op

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Appendix

Group 6: Percussion

Agogo_H

Agogo_L

Latin_tom_agogo_H

Conga_H

Conga_L

Hand-claps

Timbale_H

12.4 MIDI implementation

Function

Basic Channel

Mode

Default

Changed

Default

Messages

Altered

Note Number

Velocity Note

True voice

Note ON

Note OFF

After Touch

Pitch Bend

Timbale_L

Triangle_mute

Triangle_open

Triangle_op+mt

Woodblock_H

Woodblock_L

Latin_xstick_woodblocks

Shaker_01

Tambourine_down

Tambourine_up

Tambourine_up+down

Cowbell

8-oh_cowbell

Transmitted

1-16

1-16 each

Mode 3

No

********

0 – 127

********

Yes, 99H, v = 1 – 127

Yes, 89H, v = 0

No

No

Recognized

1-16

1-16 each

Mode 3

No

No

0 – 127

0 – 127

Yes, 9nH, v = 1 – 127

Yes, 8nH, v = 0 or 8nH –

127

No

Yes

Remarks

Memorized e-drum set

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Function

Control Change

Program Change

System Exclusive

System Common

Aux Messages

MIDI channel modes

Appendix

7

10

11

64

5

6

0,32

1

65

66

67

80, 81

91, 93

100, 101

121

True #

Song Position Pointer

Song Select

Tune Request

Local ON/OFF

ALL Notes OFF

Active Sensing

System Reset

Transmitted

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

0 – 10

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

No

No

Recognized

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (*1)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

0 – 127

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Remarks

Bank Select

Modulation

Portamento Time

Data Entry

Volume

Pan

Expression

Sustain

Portamento

Sostenuto

Soft Pedal

DSP Type

DSP Depth

RPN LSB, MSB

Reset All Controllers

All Notes Off is sent as All

Sounds Off (CC# 120)

*1: Registered parameter number: #0: Pitch sensitivity, #1: Fine tuning, #2: Coarse tuning

OMNI ON

OMNI OFF

POLY

Mode 1

Mode 3

MONO ON

Mode 2

Mode 4

HD-50

31

Notes

32 e-drum set

Notes

HD-50

33

Notes

34 e-drum set

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