Roland TD-9K2 Drum Kit Owners Manual

For EU Countries
For the U.K.
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
For the USA
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
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 interferenc e 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
television 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:
– 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.
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.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B limit.
Any unauthorized changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
For Canada
NOTICE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
AVIS
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
For C.A. US (Proposition 65)
WARNING
This product contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, including lead.
For China
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Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the
Roland Percussion Sound Module TD-9.
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled:
“USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES”
(Owner’s manual p. 4–5; p. 6–7). These sections provide
important information concerning the proper operation of
the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you
have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by
your new unit, Quick start and Owner’s manual should be
read in its entirety.
The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a
convenient reference.
Copyright © 2010 ROLAND CORPORATION
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be
reproduced in any form without the written permission of
ROLAND CORPORATION.
Roland is a registered trademark of Roland Corporation in
the United States and/or other countries.
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USING THE UNIT SAFELY
The
symbol alerts the user to important instructions
or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is
determined by the design contained within the
triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for
general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of death or severe
injury should the unit be used
improperly.
Used for instructions intended to alert
the user to the risk of injury or material
damage should the unit be used
improperly.
* Material damage refers
other adverse effects
respect to the home
furnishings, as well
animals or pets.
to damage or
caused with
and all its
to domestic
002c
•
The
symbol alerts the user to items that must never
be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that
must not be done is indicated by the design contained
within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it
means that the unit must never be disassembled.
Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its
AC adaptor.
The ● symbol alerts the user to things that must be
carried out. The specific thing that must be done is
indicated by the design contained within the circle. In
the case of the symbol at left, it means that the powercord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.
008c
•
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003
•
Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts
within it (except when this manual provides specific
instructions directing you to do so). Refer all
servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland Service
Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as
listed on the “Information” page.
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008e
•
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004
•
Never use or store the unit in places that are:
• Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct
sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating
duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or
are
• Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or
are
• Humid; or are
• Exposed to rain; or are
• Dusty; or are
• Subject to high levels of vibration.
•
•
When using the unit with a rack or stand recommended by Roland, the rack or stand must be
carefully placed so it is level and sure to remain
stable. If not using a rack or stand, you still need to
make sure that any location you choose for placing
the unit provides a level surface that will properly
support the unit, and keep it from wobbling.
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4
Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord,
nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can
damage the cord, producing severed elements and
short circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock
hazards!
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010
•
This unit should be used only with a rack or stand
that is recommended by Roland.
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006
Use only the attached power-supply cord. Also, the
supplied power cord must not be used with any
other device.
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009
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005
•
Be sure to use only the AC adaptor supplied with
the unit. Also, make sure the line voltage at the
installation matches the input voltage specified on
the AC adaptor’s body. Other AC adaptors may
use a different polarity, or be designed for a
different voltage, so their use could result in
damage, malfunction, or electric shock.
This unit, either alone or in combination with an
amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be
capable of producing sound levels that could cause
permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long
period of time at a high volume level, or at a level
that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing
loss or ringing in the ears, you should immediately
stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist.
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011
•
Do not allow any objects (e.g., flammable material,
coins, pins); or liquids of any kind (water, soft
drinks, etc.) to penetrate the unit.
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012b
•
Immediately turn the power off, remove the AC
adaptor from the outlet, and request servicing by
your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or
an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the
“Information” page when:
• The AC adaptor, the power-supply cord, or the
plug has been damaged; or
• If smoke or unusual odor occurs
• Objects have fallen into, or liquid has been
spilled onto the unit; or
• The unit has been exposed to rain (or otherwise
has become wet); or
• The unit does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance.
101b
•
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101c
•
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•
•
Protect the unit from strong impact.
(Do not drop it!)
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•
Do not force the unit’s power-supply cord to share
an outlet with an unreasonable number of other
devices. Be especially careful when using extension
cords—the total power used by all devices you have
connected to the extension cord’s outlet must never
exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the
extension cord. Excessive loads can cause the
insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually melt
through.
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016
•
Before using the unit in a foreign country, consult
with your retailer, the nearest Roland Service
Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as
listed on the “Information” page.
At regular intervals, you should unplug the AC
adaptor and clean it by using a dry cloth to wipe all
dust and other accumulations away from its prongs.
Also, disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet whenever the unit is to remain unused for an
extended period of time. Any accumulation of dust
between the power plug and the power outlet can
result in poor insulation and lead to fire.
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104
•
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015
Always grasp only the plug on the AC adaptor cord
when plugging into, or unplugging from, an outlet
or this unit.
103b
•
In households with small children, an adult should
provide supervision until the child is capable of
following all the rules essential for the safe
operation of the unit.
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014
This (TD-9) for use only with Roland stand MDS
series. Use with other stands is capable of resulting
in instability causing possible injury.
102c
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013
•
The unit and the AC adaptor should be located so
their location or position does not interfere with their
proper ventilation.
Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming
entangled. Also, all cords and cables should be
placed so they are out of the reach of children.
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106
•
Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on
the unit.
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107c
•
Never handle the AC adaptor or its plugs with wet
hands when plugging into, or unplugging from, an
outlet or this unit.
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108b
•
Before moving the unit, disconnect the AC adaptor
and all cords coming from external devices.
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109b
•
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Before cleaning the unit, turn off the power and
unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet.
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110b
•
Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning in
your area, disconnect the AC adaptor from the
outlet.
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118c
•
Keep any caps you may remove and the included
wing bolts in a safe place out of children’s reach, so
there is no chance of them being swallowed
accidentally.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
Power Supply
Maintenance
301
401a
• Do not connect this unit to same electrical outlet that is being
used by an electrical appliance that is controlled by an
inverter (such as a refrigerator, washing machine,
microwave oven, or air conditioner), or that contains a
motor. Depending on the way in which the electrical
appliance is used, power supply noise may cause this unit to
malfunction or may produce audible noise. If it is not
practical to use a separate electrical outlet, connect a power
supply noise filter between this unit and the electrical outlet.
302
• The AC adaptor will begin to generate heat after long hours
of consecutive use. This is normal, and is not a cause for
concern.
307
• Before connecting this unit to other devices, turn off the
power to all units. This will help prevent malfunctions and/or
damage to speakers or other devices.
Placement
351
• Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment
containing large power transformers) may induce hum. To
alleviate the problem, change the orientation of this unit; or
move it farther away from the source of interference.
352a
• This device may interfere with radio and television
reception. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such
receivers.
352b
• Noise may be produced if wireless communications devices,
such as cell phones, are operated in the vicinity of this unit.
Such noise could occur when receiving or initiating a call, or
while conversing. Should you experience such problems,
you should relocate such wireless devices so they are at a
greater distance from this unit, or switch them off.
354a
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near
devices that radiate heat, leave it inside an enclosed
vehicle, or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes.
Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit.
355b
• When moved from one location to another where the
temperature and/or humidity is very different, water droplets
(condensation) may form inside the unit. Damage or
malfunction may result if you attempt to use the unit in this
condition. Therefore, before using the unit, you must allow it
to stand for several hours, until the condensation has
completely evaporated.
6
• For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth or
one that has been slightly dampened with water. To remove
stubborn dirt, use a cloth impregnated with a mild, nonabrasive detergent. Afterwards, be sure to wipe the unit
thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
402
• Never use benzine, thinners, alcohol or solvents of any kind,
to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or deformation.
Repairs and Data
452
• Please be aware that all data contained in the unit’s memory
may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs. Important data
should always be backed up on a USB memory key, or
written down on paper (when possible). During repairs, due
care is taken to avoid the loss of data. However, in certain
cases (such as when circuitry related to memory itself is out
of order), we regret that it may not be possible to restore the
data, and Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss
of data.
Additional Precautions
551
• Please be aware that the contents of memory can be
irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the improper
operation of the unit. To protect yourself against the risk of
loosing important data, we recommend that you periodically
save a backup copy of important data you have stored in
the unit’s memory on a USB memory key.
552
• Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents of
data that was stored on a USB memory key once it has been
lost. Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning
such loss of data.
553
• Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit’s
buttons, sliders, or other controls; and when using its jacks
and connectors. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions.
554
• Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display.
556
• When connecting / disconnecting all cables, grasp the
connector itself—never pull on the cable. This way you will
avoid causing shorts, or damage to the cable’s internal
elements.
558a
• To avoid disturbing your neighbors, try to keep the unit’s
volume at reasonable levels. You may prefer to use
headphones, so you do not need to be concerned about
those around you (especially when it is late at night).
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IMPORTANT NOTES
558c
• Since sound vibrations can be transmitted through floors and
walls to a greater degree than expected, take care not to
allow such sound to become a nuisance to neighbors,
especially at night and when using headphones. Although
the drum pads and pedals are designed so there is a
minimal amount of extraneous sound produced when they’re
struck, rubber heads tend to produce louder sounds
compared to mesh heads. You can effectively reduce much
of the unwanted sound from the pads by switching to mesh
heads.
Using USB Memory Key
• Use USB memory key sold by Roland!
We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
704
• Carefully insert the USB memory key all the way in—until it
is firmly in place.
559a
• When you need to transport the unit, package it in the box
(including padding) that it came in, if possible. Otherwise,
you will need to use equivalent packaging materials.
562
• Some connection cables contain resistors. Do not use cables
that incorporate resistors for connecting to this unit. The use
of such cables can cause the sound level to be extremely
low, or impossible to hear. For information on cable specifications, contact the manufacturer of the cable.
................................................................................................
• MMP (Moore Microprocessor Portfolio) refers to a patent
portfolio concerned with microprocessor architecture, which
was developed by Technology Properties Limited (TPL).
Roland has licensed this technology from the TPL Group.
add
• MatrixQuest™ 2007 TEPCO UQUEST, LTD.
All rights reserved.
The TD-9’s USB functionality uses MatrixQuest middleware technology from TEPCO
UQUEST, LTD.
• Fugue © 1999-2010 Kyoto Software Research, Inc. All
rights reserved.
• All product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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705
• Never touch the terminals of the USB memory key. Also,
avoid getting the terminals dirty.
708
• USB memory key are constructed using precision components; handle the cards carefully, paying particular note to
the following.
• To prevent damage to the cards from static electricity, be
sure to discharge any static electricity from your own
body before handling the cards.
• Do not touch or allow metal to come into contact with the
contact portion of the cards.
• Do not bend, drop, or subject cards to strong shock or
vibration.
• Do not keep cards in direct sunlight, in closed vehicles,
or other such locations.
• Do not allow cards to become wet.
• Do not disassemble or modify the cards.
• Do not unplug USB memory key from the TD-9 while the USB
memory access indicator is blinking. Doing so may damage
the USB memory key or the data.
• Do not connect any device other than USB memory key to
the USB memory connector.
Some USB memory keys might have a vibration noise
when playing with TD-9.
In that case, it would be better to fix up the USB memory
key with a rubber band, or change it to some Non-Slide
type one, to get rid of the noise.
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Contents
USING THE UNIT SAFELY..................................................................................... 4
IMPORTANT NOTES ............................................................................................ 6
1. Introduction
11
TD-9 Components ............................................................................................. 12
Top and rear panels ................................................................................................... 12
Jack panel ................................................................................................................. 13
Basic concepts and operations of the TD-9 ......................................................... 14
Saving your settings.................................................................................................... 14
Buttons, dial, and knobs .............................................................................................. 14
Cursor....................................................................................................................... 14
Function buttons ([F1]–[F3]).......................................................................................... 14
Using the “+” button, “-” button, and VALUE dial............................................................ 14
Preview function ......................................................................................................... 15
Song playback........................................................................................................... 15
Using the Metronome.................................................................................................. 15
Setting the Tempo (for the metronome or song)............................................................... 15
Adjusting the display contrast ...................................................................................... 15
The upper right of the display ...................................................................................... 15
Getting ready to play........................................................................................ 16
Mounting the TD-9 on the Stand ................................................................................... 16
Connecting your audio equipment ................................................................................ 17
Turning the power on/off ............................................................................................ 18
Tensioning the pads.................................................................................................... 19
Tensioning the head of a mesh pad................................................................................... 19
2. Performing
21
Selecting a drum kit .......................................................................................... 22
Selecting a drum kit .................................................................................................... 22
About the “DRUM KIT” screen........................................................................................... 22
Activating the cross stick function.................................................................................. 22
Performance techniques .................................................................................... 23
Pads (e.g., PD-105/PD-85).......................................................................................... 23
Cymbals (e.g., CY-8, CY-13R)...................................................................................... 23
Choking a cymbal........................................................................................................... 24
Hi-Hat (CY-5, VH-11) .................................................................................................. 24
Creating a drum kit........................................................................................... 25
Selecting an instrument ............................................................................................... 25
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Contents
Editing instrument parameters ...................................................................................... 25
Using the Mixer (MIXER).............................................................................................. 27
Using the onboard effects (AMB/EQ)............................................................................ 28
Adjusting the ambience for each pad (SEND) ................................................................ 28
Naming a drum kit ..................................................................................................... 29
Copying a drum kit or instrument.................................................................................. 29
Settings that are copied ................................................................................................... 29
Copying a drum kit ......................................................................................................... 30
Copying an instrument..................................................................................................... 31
MIDI parameters for each pad & pedal ......................................................................... 32
3. Playing along with music
33
Playing with the internal songs or from a USB memory key ................................ 34
Song Function profile .................................................................................................. 34
Audio files that can be played by the TD-9 .................................................................... 34
Connecting USB memory key ....................................................................................... 34
Song selection ........................................................................................................... 35
What’s in “SONG” screen ............................................................................................... 35
Playing a song ........................................................................................................... 35
Selecting a song from USB memory key ............................................................................. 35
Setting the tempo ....................................................................................................... 36
Muting a part............................................................................................................. 36
Muting the drum part....................................................................................................... 36
Viewing song information / Editing song settings ........................................................... 37
Using the Repeat function (Repeat) ............................................................................... 37
Using the MIX IN .............................................................................................. 38
Connections............................................................................................................... 38
Playback ................................................................................................................... 38
4. Practicing
39
On Board Metronome ....................................................................................... 40
Using the metronome .................................................................................................. 40
Metronome parameters ............................................................................................... 40
Changing the tempo (TEMPO) .......................................................................................... 40
Changing the metronomes sound (CLICK INST)................................................................... 40
Changing the time signature (TIME SIGNATURE) ................................................................ 40
Quick recording and playback (QUICK REC / QUICK PLAY) ................................ 41
QUICK REC ............................................................................................................... 41
Recording and playing your performance .......................................................................... 41
Recording together with a song ........................................................................................ 41
Playback ................................................................................................................... 42
Using the Scope function (SCOPE) ...................................................................... 43
Viewing the SCOPE screen .......................................................................................... 43
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Contents
5. Advanced applications
45
Optimizing the pad settings (Trigger parameters) ............................................... 46
Specifying the type of pad [F1] (TYPE) .......................................................................... 46
Dual trigger support for each pad ..................................................................................... 46
Setting the Pad Sensitivity [F2] (BASIC) ......................................................................... 47
Detailed settings for trigger parameters [F3] (ADVNCD) .................................................. 48
[F1] (SCAN) ................................................................................................................... 48
[F2] (RIM)....................................................................................................................... 49
[F3] (HI-HAT) .................................................................................................................. 49
Connecting the VH-11 and making settings on the TD-9 ....................................................... 50
If the Clutch Was Apart from the Hi-Hat............................................................. 51
Hi-Hat Being Properly Assembled ...................................................................................... 51
MIDI-related settings ......................................................................................... 52
MIDI settings for the entire TD-9 [F1] (GLOBAL) .............................................................. 52
MIDI settings for precise expressiveness in performances [F2] (CTRL)................................. 54
Editing a percussion set [F3] (PERC).............................................................................. 55
Editing the Percussion Set................................................................................................. 55
Individual Percussion Instrument Parameters........................................................................ 55
Other settings (Utility)........................................................................................ 56
Overall settings for the TD-9 [F1] (UTILITY) ..................................................................... 56
Using a pad as a switch (Pad Switch) ................................................................................ 56
Adjusting the display contrast (LCD Contrast) ...................................................................... 56
Setting the preview velocity (Preview Velocity) .................................................................... 56
Using USB memory [F2] (USB) ..................................................................................... 57
Saving data to a USB memory key (SAVE) ......................................................................... 57
Loading data from a USB memory key back into the TD-9 (LOAD) ......................................... 59
Deleting data from a USB memory key / Formatting a USB memory key (DL/FMT) .................. 60
Restoring the factory settings [F3] (RESET)...................................................................... 61
6. Appendices
63
Error Messages................................................................................................. 64
Preset Drum Kit List ........................................................................................... 65
Preset Song List................................................................................................. 66
Drum Instrument List ......................................................................................... 67
Preset Percussion Set List ................................................................................... 71
MIDI Implementation Chart................................................................................ 72
Specifications ................................................................................................... 73
Block Diagram.................................................................................................. 74
Index ............................................................................................................... 76
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1. Introduction
11
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TD-9 Components
Top and rear panels
19
21
1
3
2
4
5
9
10
6
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
24
23
22
20
1.
POWER button
7.
Turns the power on/off.
2.
Display
This shows the drum kit name in “normal” playing mode,
or if you select Edit, Song etc, various graphic/text
displays will appear.
3.
VOLUME knob
Adjusts the volume from the OUTPUT and PHONES jacks.
4.
QUICK REC button
Use this to record your playing.
5.
QUICK PLAY button
Play back what you recorded.
6.
MUTE button
When a song is playing back, use this button to mute
(silence) the drum part.
12
SONG button
Press this to play back a song or access song-related
settings. The “SONG” screen appears.
8.
[
] button
Press to play back or stop a song.
9.
F1–F3 buttons (function buttons)
The functions of these buttons will change depending on
the screen that is displayed.
The function name for each button is displayed at the
bottom of the screen.
10. Cursor buttons (
/
/
/
)
Use these buttons to move the cursor in the screen.
Also used as function buttons when selecting a pad or
playing back a song.
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TD-9 Components
17. SCOPE button
11. + button, - button
Use these buttons to switch drum kits or to edit a value.
Pressing the “+” button increases the value, and pressing
the “-” button decreases it.
This activates the Scope function, allowing you to view
your timing on the screen.
18. KIT button
12. VALUE dial
This dial has the same function as the “+” and “-” buttons.
Use the dial when you want to quickly change the drum kit
or value in large steps.
13. SETUP button
Use this button to make settings that affect the entire TD-9,
such as MIDI, triggering, pad sensitivity etc.
14. EXIT button
Each time you press this button, you return to the screen of
the previous level. Pressing it several times will take you to
the “DRUM KIT” screen.
Press this to access the basic KIT screen, (p. 22) ideal
when just playing the TD-9.
19. USB memory slot
For connecting USB memory key (sold separately).
20. PHONES jack
For connecting stereo headphones. Using the headphone
jack will not mute the main OUTPUT jacks.
21. TRIGGER INPUT connector
Connecting the special cable connects the pads and
pedals to the TD-9.
22. Cable hook
15. SHIFT button
Used in conjunction with other buttons. When holding it
down, the functions of other buttons will change.
Used to secure the AC adaptor cable.
23. Sound module mounting plate attachment holes
Attach the included sound module mounting plate here so
that you can attach the TD-9 to your drum stand.
16. CLICK (TEMPO) button
This starts the Metronome. Holding this button while
holding down the SHIFT button, you can edit various
parameters related to tempo and click.(sound etc)
24. Security Slot (
)
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Jack panel
1
1.
2
3
DC IN jack
4
4.
Connect the included AC adaptor here.
2.
3.
5.
MIDI OUT/THRU connector
MIDI IN connector
Use this for triggering sounds in the TD-9 via a MIDI
sequencer or pad controller (p. 46).
MIX IN jack
For connecting an external audio source such as MP3 or
CD players. All sound input here is also sent from the
OUTPUT and PHONES jacks.
6
Use this when you want to use the pads to play external
MIDI sound sources or for recording with sequencers (p.
46).
OUTPUT jacks (L/MONO, R)
All sounds of the TD-9 are output here. Use for connecting
to an amp or other external audio equipment.
If you’re working in mono, only use the L/MONO jack.
5
6.
TRIGGER IN jacks (AUX, CRASH2)
Use these jacks to add more pads.
* To adjust the volume, use the controls of the external
device connected to MIX IN.
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Basic concepts and operations of the TD-9
This section explains operations that are common to all of the
TD-9’s functionality.
Function buttons ([F1]–[F3])
Saving your settings
The TD-9 has no “Save” function to save your settings. Any
changes you make will be saved when you turn off the power.
* Be sure to turn off the power by pressing the POWER
button (p. 18).
Buttons, dial, and knobs
In this manual, references to the panel buttons, knobs and dial
are enclosed in square brackets [ ]; e.g., [SETUP].
Cursor
Cursor
The cursor is the highlighted text in the screen that indicates
what you can edit.
If there is more than one editable item in a screen, you can use
the [CURSOR] buttons to move the cursor to the item you want
to edit.
The [F1]–[F3] buttons are called “function buttons.” The bottom
line of the display indicates the name of the functions performed
by [F1]–[F3].
For example if an explanation in this manual refers to [KIT]-[F2]
(FUNC), this means that you should press [KIT] and then [F2] (in
this case, there will be an indication of “FUNC” above the [F2]
button).
Using the “+” button, “-” button,
and VALUE dial
The [+] and [-] buttons (referred to as [+/-] in this manual) and
VALUE dial (referred to as [VALUE]) are both used to edit
settings.
When this manual tells you to “use [+/-],” you can also use
[VALUE] to get the same result. Each method has the following
characteristics.
[+/-]
• The value of the setting will increase each time you press
[+], and decrease each time you press [-]. This is
convenient when you want to make fine adjustments.
• When making an on/off setting, press [+] to turn it on or
press [-] to turn it off.
• Shortcut: The value will increase rapidly if you hold down
[+] and press [-], or decrease rapidly if you hold down [-]
and press [+].
• The value will change in larger steps if you press [+/-]
while holding down [SHIFT].
[VALUE] dial
This dial lets you make large changes in a value easily.
Convenient for working with parameters that have broad value
range.
• If you turn the [VALUE] dial while holding down [SHIFT],
the value will change more rapidly.
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Basic concepts and operations of the TD-9
Preview function
By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [KIT], you can audition a
sound.
To set the preview velocity, use [SETUP]-[F3] (UTIL)-[F1] (UTIL)
(p. 56).
Setting the Tempo
(for the metronome or song)
To adjust the tempo, hold down [SHIFT] and press [CLICK
(TEMPO)] the tempo screen appears. Use the [+/-] buttons or
[VALUE] to set the tempo.
Song playback
When you press [SONG], the “Song” screen appears.
You can select a song using the [+/-] buttons or turning the
[VALUE] dial.
Adjusting the display contrast
The display’s visibility can be affected by surrounding light and
temperature. To adjust the contrast, hold down [KIT] and turn
[VALUE] to the desired setting.
* Display contrast can also be adjusted by pressing [SETUP][F3] (UTIL)-[F1] (UTIL) (p. 56).
Press [
Press again [
] to play back the song.
] to stop it.
The upper right of the display
In the screens where you make adjustments for each pad,
hitting any pad or pedal will access the edit screen for that
pad. The name of the selected pad appears in the upper right
of the display.
Using the Metronome
To start the metronome, press [CLICK (TEMPO)] and the button
lights up.
The “HEAD” or “RIM” indicator tells you whether the settings
are for the head or the rim of that pad.
To turn it off, press [CLICK (TEMPO)] once again, and the
button goes dark.
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Getting ready to play
Mounting the TD-9 on the Stand
1.
Attach the included sound module mounting plate to
the TD-9.
Use the included wing bolts to attach the plate as shown in
the illustration.
Labels indicating the pad to be connected are attached to
the cable.
Connect the pads and pedals as shown in the illustration.
* Use only the included wing boits. Using any other nuts
may cause malfunction.
* You must use the TD-9 with the sound module mounting
plate installed.
RD RDB
CR1
T2
T1
HH
T3
TD-9
SNR
KIK
• When turning the unit upside-down, get a bunch of
newspapers or magazines, and place them under the four
corners or at both ends to prevent damage to the buttons
and controls. Also, you should try to orient the unit so no
buttons or controls get damaged.
• When turning the unit upside-down, handle with care to
avoid dropping it, or allowing it to fall or tip over.
2.
Attach the TD-9 (with the sound module mounting
plate installed) to your drum stand (such as the MDS9; available separately).
3.
Connect the included cable to the TD-9’s TRIGGER
INPUT connector, and connect your pads and
pedals.
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HHC
• If you don’t connect a pad to each of the cables, make the
following settings for unconnected pads in order to prevent
malfunction.
- Turn the instrument’s Group setting OFF (p. 25).
- In the pad’s MIDI settings, turn the NOTE NUMBER
setting OFF (p. 32).
• When using any other cymbal pads than CY-13R or CY15R, no need to connect the “RDB” cable to the cymbal
pad. Keeping the cap on top of the “RDB” cable plug,
please fasten it up on the stand so that it does not disturb
your playing.
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Getting ready to play
Connecting your audio equipment
Portable
Audio Player
Stereo mini plug
1/4” Phone plug (mono)
AC Adaptor
Stereo
1/4” Phone plug
Powered
Amp, etc.
Power Cord
Stereo
Headphones
1.
Power-off all equipment before making connections.
To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or
other devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off
the power on all devices before making connections.
2.
3.
Connect the OUTPUT jacks (L/MONO, R) to your
audio system or amp. If you’re using headphones,
connect them to the PHONES jack.
Connect the included AC adaptor to the DC IN jack.
Place the AC adaptor so the side with the indicator (see
illustration) faces upwards and the side with written
information faces downwards.
Indicator
AC Outlet
Audio Set, etc.
* The indicator will light when you plug the AC adaptor into
an AC outlet.
* To prevent accidental disruption
of power to the TD-9 (should the
plug be pulled out accidentally),
and to avoid applying undue
stress to the AC adaptor jack,
anchor the power cord using
the cord hook, as shown in the
illustration.
Using the MIX IN jack allows playing along with music
from a portable audio player or other external sources.
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Getting ready to play
Turning the power on/off
* Once connections have been made (p. 17), turn on the power to the connected equipment in the order specified. Doing it in the
wrong order raises the risk of damage/malfunction to that equipment.
1.
Turn [VOLUME] all the way to the left.
If you don’t hear any sound
Check the following points.
2.
Pad and pedal connections
• Is the cable correctly connected to the TRIGGER
INPUT connector?
• Are the cables correctly connected to each pad or
pedal?
Do the same with the connected amp or audio
system.
3.
Press [POWER].
When using an amp or audio system
• Are the TD-9’s OUTPUT jacks connected correctly to
the input jacks of your amp/audio system?
• Are the input selections and volume settings correct on
that amp/audio system?
• Possible problem with the connection cables
themselves?
• Isn’t the [VOLUME] turned all the way to the left?
• Have the input select settings of your audio system or
amp been made correctly?
• Is the amp or audio system volume setting correct?
After a time, [POWER] will light.
* The TD-9 is equipped with a protection circuit and requires
a brief interval a few seconds) after powering before it will
operate normally.
When using headphones
• Are your headphones plugged into PHONES jack?
Caution when turning on the power
After you turn on the power, do NOT touch any pads or
pedals until the drum kit name (the illustration below) has
appeared in the display. Doing so can cause various
problems.
4.
Power-on the connected amp or audio system.
5.
While hitting a pad, gradually turn [VOLUME]
toward the right to adjust the volume.
Adjust the volume of the connected amp/ audio system to
the desired level.
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Turning the power off
1.
Turn the volume down on the TD-9 and any
connected equipment.
2.
Power-off the connected equipment.
3.
Hold down [POWER] until the screen indicates
“POWER OFF.”
After a moment, [POWER] goes dark.
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Getting ready to play
Tensioning the pads
Tensioning the head of a mesh pad
BEFORE using the PD-105/85 mesh pads you must adjust the
tension.
Tensioning the PD-85 head
1.
Use a drum key to make adjustments.
You can tension mesh heads the same way you do with
acoustic drums.
Use the included drum key to tighten the tuning
bolts.
Adjust the bolts so that the gap between the frame and
hoop is consistent all the way around the hoop.
As the bolts have lock bushings (to prevent them from
loosening), it will take some effort to turn them.
Adjusting the tension of the PD-105/85 head is only for
playing response and will not affect the pitch as on an
acoustic drum.
Hoop
Keep the space
even all around.
Adjusting the PD-105 head
1.
Loosen all six tuning bolts until a gap appears
between the tuning bolt and the hoop.
2.
Finger-tighten all six tuning bolts.
Frame
Tighten the tuning bolts in the numerical order shown in the
following illustration. If you firmly tighten a tuning bolt at
one location all at once, it will be impossible to stretch the
head evenly, and this may cause triggering response
problems.
Tuning bolt
Slight gap
Washer
Hoop
4
3.
1
Using the drum key, tighten each of the six tuning
bolts by two rotations.
Tighten the tuning bolts in the numerical order shown by
the following illustration.
2
3
6
4
5
1
2.
2
Tension the head evenly as you test the playing feel,
just as you would with an acoustic drum.
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HEAD MADE BY REMO U.S.A.
5
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MEMO
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2. Performing
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Selecting a drum kit
A drum kit is a combination of the sounds & settings for each
pad and pedal, as well as ambience.
About the “DRUM KIT” screen
This is the TD-9’s basic screen; it appears when you press [KIT].
Drum Kit 99
D
A
Drum Kit 1
B
Pad Settings
KICK
SNARE
TOM1
TOM2
Head
Head
Head
Head
Rim
Rim
Rim
TOM3
HI-HAT
CRASH1
CRASH2
Head
Head
Head
Head
Rim
Rim
Rim 7
Rim
RIDE
BELL
AUX
Head
Rim
C
Head
Rim
Rim
Instrument settings
Instrument, EDIT
Mixer settings
Volume, Pan
Ambience Send Level
MIDI settings
Ambience settings
ON/OFF, Room Type, Wall Type, etc.
Equalizer settings
On/off, high range and low range adjustments
2.
A
B
C
Drum kit number
Drum kit name
Sub-title (style, date, etc.)
Indicates “H” for Head Shot (p. 23) or “R” for Rim
Shot.
D
* If “Preview” (p. 15) is activated, either “H” or “R”
will be displayed depending on the currently
selected pad.
Use [+/-] or turn [VALUE] to select a drum kit.
Regardless of the screen that is displayed, pressing [KIT]
will access the “DRUM KIT” screen.
* [QUICK REC] is an exception to this.
Activating the cross stick function
By pressing [F3] (XSTICK)], you can enable or disable the cross
stick function.
• Cross stick sound can be heard
Settings Affecting the Entire Drum Kit
Volume, Drum Kit Name
• Cross stick sound can not be heard
Selecting a drum kit
1.
Press [KIT].
[KIT] lights up, and the “DRUM KIT” screen appears.
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* It is effective only when you select the instrument with *X
mark for SNARE.
refer to “Drum Instrument List” (p. 67).
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Performance techniques
Pads (e.g., PD-105/PD-85)
Cymbals (e.g., CY-8, CY-13R)
Head Shot
Bow Shot
Hit only the head of the pad.
The most common method, playing the middle area of the
cymbal. It corresponds to the sound assigned to the “head” the
relative trigger input.
Head
Rim Shot
Strike the head and the rim of the pad simultaneously.
Edge Shot
When striking the edge with the shoulder of the stick (as shown
in the figure), the sound assigned to the “rim “of the connected
input will be heard.
Rim
Edge sensor
Cross Stick
When XSTICK (p. 22) is on
Only strike the rim of the pad.
Depending on the sound assigned to the rim you can play rim
shots and/or cross stick sounds.
Bell Shot (CY-12R/C, CY-13R, CY-15R)
This playing method involves striking the bell of the cymbal, and
when played as shown in the figure, the “rim” sound of the
connected input will be heard.
Rim
Rim
* It is effective only when you select the instrument with *X
mark for SNARE.
refer to “Drum Instrument List” (p. 67).
* Strike the bell somewhat strongly with the shoulder of the
stick.
* Enable the cross stick function (press [KIT] - [F3] (XSTICK)];
p. 22).
* To play the cross stick, be sure that you only strike the rim
of the pad. Place your hand on the head gently, otherwise
this may prevent the cross stick function from working
properly.
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Performance techniques
Hi-Hat (CY-5, VH-11)
Choking a cymbal
Choking (pinching) the cymbal’s edge with the hand
immediately after hitting the cymbal will mute or choke the
sound, just like with a real cymbal. The Choke function only
works when you grasp in the area (where the edge sensor is) as
shown in the figure. If you do otherwise, it will not work.
Roland logo
Edge sensor
Open/Closed
The hi-hat sound will change smoothly between open and
closed depending on pressure applied to the hi-hat control
pedal or a hi-hat stand (when using the optional VH-11).
Foot closed and foot splash sounds are possible.
Bow Shot
When playing the middle area of the hi-hat pad, the sound
assigned to the “head” will be heard.
Bow
Edge Shot
When playing the edge of the hi-hat pad with the shoulder of
the stick (as shown in the figure), the sound assigned to the
“rim” will be heard.
Edge
* Do not strike the side of the hi-had pad.
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Creating a drum kit
All sounds assigned to a drum kit can be edited for your specific purposes.
Selecting an instrument
On the TD-9, all sounds are referred to as “instruments” (INST).
1.
2.
Press [KIT]-[F1] (INST).
Hit the desired pad or use CURSOR [
select a pad.
][
] to
The edit screen for the selected pad appears.
The “INST” screen appears.
3.
Use CURSOR [ ] [
“Group” or “Inst.”
] to move the cursor to
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the instrument group
or individual instrument.
5.
Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
3.
Hit the desired pad or use CURSOR [
select a pad.
“Group”: Type of instrument (instrument group)
“Inst”:
Instrument name
Editing instrument parameters
1.
Press [KIT]-[F1] (INST).
The “INST” screen appears.
2.
] to
The edit screen for the selected pad appears.
Press [F1] (EDIT).
The “INST EDIT” screen appears.
Screen
][
Parameter
4.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select a parameter.
5.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the parameter you
selected.
6.
Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
Value
KICK
Head Tuning
-240– +240
Muffling
OFF, TAPE1–2, BLANKET. WEIGHT
SNARE
Head Tuning
-240– +240
Muffling
OFF, TAPE1–2, DOUGHNUTS1–2
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Creating a drum kit
Screen
Parameter
Value
TOM1–3
Head Tuning
-240– +240
Muffling
OFF, TAPE1–2, FELT1–2
HI-HAT
Cymbal Size
1”–40”
Fixed Hi-Hat
NORMAL, FIXED1–4
CRASH1–2
Cymbal Size
1”–40”
Sustain
1–100
RIDE
Cymbal Size
1”–40”
Sustain
1–100
BELL
Cymbal Size
1”–40”
Sustain
1–100
Other sounds
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Pitch
-240– +240
Decay
1–100
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Creating a drum kit
Using the Mixer (MIXER)
Adjusting the volume and pan (stereo position) of individual
pads/pedals.
1.
Press [KIT]-[F1] (INST).
The “INST” screen appears.
2.
If you pressed [F1] or [F2]
4-1. Hit the desired pad or use CURSOR [
select a pad.
4-2. Use CURSOR [
Press [F2] (MIXER).
][
] to
][
] to select HEAD or RIM.
][
] to select a parameter.
If you pressed [F3]
Use CURSOR [
5.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value.
6.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
Press [F1]–[F3] to select the item you want to edit.
Screen
Parameter
Value
Description
0–100
Volume of each pad
L15–CTR–R15
Pan position of each pad
Kit Volume
Pedal HH Volume
XStick Volume
0–100
0–100
0–100
XStick Threshold
0–127
Volume of the entire drum kit
Volume of the hi-hat’s foot closed sound
Volume of cross stick sound
Determines the velocity/dynamic at
which the cross-stick and open rim shot
sound will switch.
[F1] (VOLUME)
VOLUME
[F2] (PAN)
PAN
[F3] (KITVOL)
Setting this to a high value makes it easier
to get cross stick sounds. When set to
“0,” playing cross stick will produce the
open rim shot sound.
* A very high value may cause the cross
stick to sound as when playing a rim
shot.
High
Volume Levels
3.
4.
Cross Stick
Sound
Low
Soft
Rim Shot
Sound
Striking
Hard force
Cross Stick Threshold (0–127)
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Creating a drum kit
Using the onboard effects (AMB/EQ)
“Ambience” allows you to choose the environment where the drums are being played. You can adjust room size, wall material and
the position of the ambience mics. The “Equalizer” is used to adjust the overall tone.
1.
Press [KIT]-[F1] (INST).
3.
The “INST” screen appears.
2.
[F1] (AMB): Ambience
[F3] (EQ):
Equalizer
Press [F3] (AMB/EQ).
Screen
Press [F1] or [F3] to select the parameter you want to
edit.
Parameter
4.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select a parameter.
5.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value of the
parameter.
6.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
Value
[F1] (AMB)
OFF, LIVING, BATH, STUDIO, GARAGE, LOCKER, THEATER, CAVE,
GYM, DOME
TINY, SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE, HUGE
WOOD, PLASTER, GLASS
LOW, HIGH
0–100
0–100
Type
Size
Wall
Mic
Shape
Level
[F3] (EQ)
Switch
High Freq
High Gain
Low Freq
Low Gain
ON, OFF
1–8 kHz
-12– +12
20 Hz–1 kHz
-12– +12
Adjusting the ambience for each pad (SEND)
Each pad has an individual ambience send level.
3.
Press [F2] (SEND).
5.
Use CURSOR [
RIM.
6.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the ambience the send
level.
The AMBIENCE SEND screen appears.
][
] to switch between HEAD and
Value: 0–100
7.
4.
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Hit the desired pad or use CURSOR [
select a pad.
][
] to
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
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Creating a drum kit
Naming a drum kit
You can create a name of up to twelve characters for each kit.
A sub-title of up to sixteen characters can also be added below
the name. This is useful for song indications, dates, styles etc.
1.
Press [KIT]-[F2] (FUNC).
The “FUNCTION” screen appears.
Copying a drum kit or instrument
You can copy a complete drum kit or an individual instrument.
Settings that are copied
Drum Kit
Pad settings
Head
Instrument Settings
Rim
Mixer Settings
Ambience/Equalizer Settings
Global Drum Kit Settings
2.
Press [F1] (NAME).
The “DRUM KIT NAME” screen appears.
Drum kit
All settings of the drum kit will be copied.
Copied settings
Drum kit parameters
3.
Use CURSOR [ ] [ ] to move the cursor to the
drum kit name or sub-title.
4.
Use CURSOR [ ] [ ] to move the cursor to the
character that you want to edit.
5.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to change the character.
Function buttons
Function
[F1] (INSERT)
[F2] (DELETE)
[F3] (CHAR)
6.
Explanation
Inserts a space at the cursor location,
and moves subsequent characters one
place to the right.
Deletes the character at the cursor location, and moves subsequent characters one place to the left.
Switches the type of character at the
cursor location between uppercase,
lowercase, and/or numbers and symbols.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
Overall settings for the drum kit:
Volume, drum kit name
Ambience:
On/off, performance location, wall material, depth, etc.
Equalizer:
On/off, high-frequency and low-frequency settings
Pad parameters
Instrument settings:
Instrument, EDIT
Mixer:
Volume, pan
Ambience send levels
MIDI settings
Instrument
Copying an instrument only copies the pad parameters: sounds
assigned to the pad and rim.
Copied settings
• Instrument settings
* Effect and mixer settings are not copied.
The contents of the copy-destination are lost when
executing the Copy operation. Please be careful.
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Creating a drum kit
Copying a drum kit
1.
Press [KIT]-[F2] (FUNC).
5.
The “FUNCTION” screen appears.
Press [F2] or [F3].
[F2] (EXCHNG):
All contents of the copy-source and copy-destination will
be exchanged. (This is shown only if the copy-source is
“USER.”)
[F3] (COPY):
Contents of the copy-source will be overwritten onto the
copy-destination.
2.
A confirmation screen will appear.
Press [F2] (COPY).
The “COPY” screen appears.
* You can cancel by pressing [F1] (CANCEL).
3.
Press [F1] (KIT).
4.
6.
Use [CURSOR], [+/-], and [VALUE] to choose the
copy-source and copy-destination.
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
Types of copy-source
PRESET:
Preset (the ORIGINAL Roland factory settings)
USER:
User data
Backup USB: Data saved on a USB Key.
(optional)
* If you choose Backup USB, choose the backup
number from which you want to copy data.
Copy-source
Copy-destination
Exchange button
* This is shown only if the copy-source is “USER.”
• Exchange (EXCHNG) is a convenient way to rearrange
your data.
• If you want to restore the factory settings of an individual
kit, choose “PRESET” as the copy-source.
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Press [F3] (EXEC) to execute the copy or exchange.
Wait until the display indicates “Completed.”
7.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
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Creating a drum kit
Copying an instrument
1.
Press [KIT]-[F2] (FUNC).
The “FUNCTION” screen appears.
• Both the HEAD and RIM instruments will be copied.
• If you want to restore the factory settings, choose “PRESET”
as the copy-source.
• If the cursor is located at E or F, you can choose the copysource or copy-destination pad by striking a pad directly.
5.
2.
Press [F2] or [F3].
[F2] (EXCHNG):
Contents of the copy-source and copy-destination will be
exchanged. (This is shown only if the copy-source is
“USER.”)
Press [F2] (COPY).
The “COPY” screen appears.
[F3] (COPY):
The contents of the copy-source will be overwritten onto the
copy-destination.
A confirmation screen will appear.
3.
Press [F2] (INST).
4.
Use [CURSOR], [+/-], and [VALUE] to choose the
copy-source and copy-destination.
B
A
C
E
* If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
F
6.
D
A
B
C
D
E
F
Types of copy-source
PRESET:
Preset (the ORIGINAL Roland factory settings)
USER:
User data
Backup USB: Data saved on a USB Key.
(optional)
* If you choose Backup USB, choose the backup
number from which you want to copy data.
Copy-source
Copy-destination
Exchange button
* This is shown only if the copy-source is “USER.”
Copy-source pad
Copy-destination pad
Press [F3] (EXEC) to execute the copy or exchange.
When the copy or exchange is completed, the display will
indicate “Completed.”
7.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
• If you choose KICK as the copy source, only the HEAD will
be copied to the copy destination.
• In the case of RIDE, the HEAD, RIM, and BELL (all three) of
the RIDE cymbal will be copied simultaneously only if you
choose RIDE as both the copy source and copy
destination.
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Creating a drum kit
MIDI parameters for each pad & pedal
1.
3.
Press [KIT]-[F2] (FUNC).
The “FUNCTION” screen appears.
Press [F1] or [F2] to select the parameter you want to
edit.
If you pressed [F1]
4-1. Use [CURSOR] to select the pad/parameter.
4-2. While holding down [SHIFT], use CURSOR [ ] [
to switch between HEAD and RIM, or play the
desired rim/pad or pedal
2.
]
Press [F3] (MIDI).
If you pressed [F2]
Screen
Parameter
4.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select the parameter.
5.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value.
6.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
Value
Description
0–127,
OFF
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by each pad/pedal
[F1] (NOTE)
NOTE NUMBER
* If you select a note number already assigned another pad, an “*” appears on the left-side of
the note number.
[F2] (HI-HAT)
0–127,
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by bow shot of open hi-hat
OFF
0–127,
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by bow shot of closed hi-hat
HH Closed (Bow)
OFF
0–127,
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by bow edge of open hi-hat
HH Open (Edge)
OFF
0–127,
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by edge shot of open hi-hat
HH Closed (Edge)
OFF
0–127,
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by pedal hi-hat
HH Pedal
OFF
0–127,
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by cross stick
Xstick
OFF
* The HH Compatibility and HH Note# Border setting is required to transmit switches between
the open and closed hi-hat. For details, refer to p. 54.
* If you select a note number already assigned another pad, an “*” appears on the left-side of
the note number.
HH Open (Bow)
If you’re using an external MIDI device (Midi controller
pad, keyboard or sequencer) to play the TD-9’s internal
sounds, note numbers transmitted to the TD-9 will trigger
the instrument of the pad that is assigned to that note
number.
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3. Playing along with music
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Playing with the internal songs or from a
USB memory key
The TD-9 contains fifty songs of various styles. Enjoy playing the TD-9 along with them.
You can also play the TD-9 while listening to songs (audio files) saved to an optional USB memory key.
Song Function profile
The internal songs consist of “drum,” “percussion,” and “bass
and others” parts. Each part can be muted individually. The
tempo for these songs can also be adjusted.
* It is not possible to mute just the bass part.
Audio files that can be played by
the TD-9
On the following formats of Audio files, saved to your USB key,
can be used.
Audio files
WAV
Song
1
2
3
4
5
Drum
Percussion
Bass
Others
About Song Copyright
The internal songs contained in this product are sound recordings
protected by copyright. Roland hereby grants to purchasers of this
product the permission to utilize the sound recordings contained in
this product for the creation and recording of original musical
works; provided however, the sound recordings contained in this
product may not be sampled, downloaded or otherwise rerecorded, in whole or in part, for any other purpose, including but
not limited to the transmission of all or any part of the sound
recordings via the internet or other digital or analog means of
transmission, and/or the manufacture, for sale or otherwise, of any
collection of sampled songs, on CD-ROM or equivalent means.
MP3
Sampling rate
Bit depth
Sampling rate
Bit rates
44.1 kHz
8/16/24 bit, Linear PCM
44.1 kHz
32/40/48/56/64/80/
96/112/128/160/
192/224/256/320kbps,
VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
• Save the audio files in the root directory of your USB
memory key.
• The song name will be the name of the file.
• Use single-byte alphanumeric (ASCII) characters for the file
name.
• The TD-9 can recognize files that have a name consisting
of no more than 95 characters (not including the file name
extension).
Recommended length of file name: 12 characters or less
(not including the file name extension)
• The TD-9 can recognize up to 200 audio files. Keep the
number of audio files on your USB memory key to 200 or
fewer.
• Make sure that no single file is larger than 2 GB.
Connecting USB memory key
When connecting a USB memory key, insert it all the way into
the connector without using excessive force.
The sound recordings contained in this product are the
original works of Roland Corporation. Roland is not
responsible for the use of the sound recordings contained
in this product, and assumes no liability for any
infringement of any copyright of any third party arising out
of use of the songs in this product.
• All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this material for
purposes other than private, personal enjoyment is a
violation of applicable laws.
• No data for the music that is played will be output from
MIDI OUT.
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• Use USB memory key sold by Roland!
We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
• Do not unplug USB memory key from the TD-9 while the
USB memory access indicator is blinking. Doing so may
damage the USB memory key or the data.
• Do not connect any device other than USB memory key to
the USB memory connector.
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Playing with the internal songs or from a USB memory key
Song selection
1.
Playing a song
Press [SONG].
The button will light, and the “SONG” screen appears.
1.
2.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select a song.
2.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the song you want to
play.
Press [
].
[
No.
Title
Composer
5
New Disco
19
Break Beat
20
Jump’n Bass
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Break BeatPtn
3.
] lights up and the song will begin playing.
To stop playback, press [
[
] goes dark, and you will return to the beginning
of the song.
Michael Schack
[CURSOR] functions
Button
Display
B
C
D
E
A
B
C
D
E
F
F
Song number
Indicates the number of the currently selected song.
Song name
Indicates the name of the currently selected song.
Song playback type (p. 37)
Measure number
Function
Returns to the beginning of the
song.
Pauses the song playback.
Press again to resume playback from where you paused.
[
]
[
]
[
]
Advances to the next measure.
[
]
Returns to the previous measure.
What’s in “SONG” screen
A
].
Selecting a song from USB memory key
Songs (audio files) saved on a USB memory key are shown
following the internal songs.
1.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to switch songs until the top line
of the screen shows “EXTERNAL SONG.”
* You can also hold down [SHIFT] and press [SONG] to
select external songs.
When you press [
], playback begins from the
measure shown here.
Beat
[CURSOR] functions (refer to “Playing a song”)
2.
Press [
[
].
] lights up and the song will begin playing.
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Playing with the internal songs or from a USB memory key
3.
To stop playback, press [
].
[
] goes dark, and you will return to the beginning
of the song.
[CURSOR] functions
Button
[
]
Display
Function
Returns to the beginning to
song.
Pauses the song playback.
Press again to resume playback from where you paused.
[
]
[
]
Fast-forwards the song.
[
]
Rewinds the song.
Setting the tempo
Muting a part
You can mute (silence) the playback of a specific part in a
song.
* This will not work with songs (audio files) on a USB
memory key.
1.
Press [SONG]-[F2] (MUTE).
The “PART MUTE” screen appears.
2.
Press [F1]–[F3] to mute on/off for each part.
Muting will turn on/off each time you press the button.
* This will not work for songs (audio files) in USB memory
key.
1.
Hold down [SHIFT] and [TEMPO].
The “TEMPO” screen appears.
2.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the tempo.
3.
Press [SONG] to return to the “SONG” screen or just
press [KIT].
The “INFORMATION” screen (p. 37) you can view the
standard tempo of the song.
If you’ve modified the song’s tempo and want go back to
the original tempo, adjust it in “INFORMATION” screen.
[F1]
DRUM (Drum part)
* If you mute the drum part, [MUTE] will light.
[F2]
PERC (Percussion part)
[F3]
OTHERS Bass + other parts
* Each press of the button will cycle through
the following indications.
• OTHERS muted (BASS is not muted)
• BASS/OTHERS are muted
• Mute off
Example: Muting the drum part
3.
Press [SONG] to return to the “SONG” screen.
Muting the drum part
Each time you press [MUTE], the drum part will be muted
(button is lit) or un-muted (button is dark).
* This will not work for songs (audio files) in USB memory
key.
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Playing with the internal songs or from a USB memory key
Viewing song information /
Editing song settings
1.
Press [SONG]-[F1] (INFO).
Using the Repeat function (Repeat)
This function allows you to select a specific section of a song,
and have it repeat.
The “INFORMATION” screen appears.
A
B
Repeat
2.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select a parameter.
3.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value.
4.
Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT” screen or
just press [KIT].
The minimum length for which you can specify a repeat is
one measure for the internal songs, and one second for an
audio file.
1.
Song information
Description
Song name
Number of
Length
measures
Time Signature Time signature
Length of song (hours:
Total Time
minutes: seconds)
Parameter
Name
2.
* For an internal
song
Select the song that you want to play, and press
[
].
[
] will light, and the song will begin playing.
to mark the beginning of the section you want to
repeat, press [F3] (REPEAT).
The (A) indicator will appear in the screen.
* For an audio file
(on a USB key)
Settings
Parameter
Value
Description
Song playback tempo
20–300
* The original tempo for the song is shown in parenthesis ( ).
* You can change the tempo of the song in this screen using
the [+/-] or the [VALUE] knob.
LOOP, ONESHOT
Song playback type
Type
LOOP:
Once playback reaches the end of the song, it returns to the beginning and repeats. Playback will continue until you press
[STOP].
Very convenient for practicing drums with a song.
(
) appears in the upper right of the “SONG” screen for
songs that are set to LOOP.
Tempo
ONESHOT:
One playback reaches the end of the song, it stops.
(
) appears in the upper right of the “SONG” screen for
songs that are set to ONESHOT.
Song Volume
0–100
Song volume
3.
At the end of the section you want to repeat, press
[F3] (REPEAT).
The (A)(B) indicators will appear in the screen, and
playback will repeat between points A and B.
To cancel the Repeat function, press [F3] (REPEAT) once
again.
The audio file’s Song Volume and Type settings are saved
to USB memory key when you switch off the TD-9’s power
while USB memory key is connected, or when you save
User Data (p. 57) to USB memory key.
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Using the MIX IN
By connecting a portable audio/CD player to the MIX IN jack you can play the TD-9 with your favorite songs.
You can connect other audio devices as well.
Connections
* Lower the volume of the TD-9 and your audio player before making connections.
* If a connection cable has built-in resistors, the volume level of the source connected to the TD-9 (MIX IN) may be too low. If this
occurs, use connection cables that do not contain resistors.
Portable
Audio Player
Stereo mini plug
Playback
1.
Start the music on your portable audio player.
* For details on how to use your audio player, refer to its owner’s manual.
2.
Then adjust the volume.
Sounds received at the MIX IN jack are output from the OUTPUT and PHONES jacks.
* Adjust the volume on the audio player to get the right balance between it and the TD-9.
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4. Practicing
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On Board Metronome
Practicing with the TD-9’s built in metronome will help you
perfect your tempo skills.
Changing the metronomes sound (CLICK INST)
Using the metronome
1.
Press the [CLICK (TEMPO)] button.
The [CLICK (TEMPO)] button lights up and the metronome
starts.
2.
Play along with it or press the button again to stop it.
Metronome parameters
You can change the tempo, sound, and time signature of the
metronome.
1.
Hold down [SHIFT] and press [CLICK (TEMPO)].
Parameter
Value
Description
See below
Inst
Click sound
METRONOME, CLICK, VOICE, BEEP1, BEEP2, TEK CLICK,
STICKS, CLAVES, WOOD BLOCK, COWBELL, AGOGO,
TRIANGLE, TAMBOURINE, MARACAS, CABASA
Volume of the metroVolume
0–100
nome sound
Panning of the sound
Pan
L15–CENTER–R15
The “TEMPO” screen appears.
2.
Choose the screen containing the parameter you
want to change.
Changing the time signature (TIME SIGNATURE)
Tempo:
Press [F1] (TEMPO).
Sound:
Press [F2] (INST).
Time signature: Press [F3] (TIMSIG).
* If you pressed [F1] (TEMPO), proceed to step 4.
3.
Use CURSOR [
4.
Use the [+/-] buttons or the [VALUE] knob to edit the
value.
5.
][
] to select a parameter.
Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT” screen or
just press [KIT].
Changing the tempo (TEMPO)
Parameter
Numerator: 0–15
Denominator: 2, 4, 8, 16
* If you specify a numerator of “0,” there
on the first beat.
1/2 (half note),
3/8 (dotted quarter note),
1/4 (quarter note),
Interval
1/8 (eighth note),
1/12 (eighth note triplets),
1/16 (16th note)
40
Description
Metronome’s
time signature
will be no accent
Click interval
Number of measures of count-in
added before a
song plays
Click on/off staQuick Rec
tus during
OFF, ON
Click
QUICK REC
* If this is ON, the click will always be on when [QUICK
REC] is lit.
Count In
Play
Value: 20–300
Value
Time
Signature
OFF,
1 MEAS (one measure),
2 MEAS (two measures)
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Quick recording and playback
(QUICK REC / QUICK PLAY)
The TD-9 provides a Quick Rec function that lets you easily
record your own performance, and a Quick Play function that
immediately plays back what you recorded.
This is a very useful practice tool, recording and then checking
your drumming.
Maximum number of recordable notes: approximately
32,000 notes
Recording together with a song
* First: Please select the drum kit that you want to use for
recording.
* Audio file on the USB memory key can not be recorded.
* A signal input via the MIX IN jack won’t be recorded.
1.
* The number of recordable notes will be less if your
performance includes extensive use of the hi-hat control
pedal.
Press [QUICK REC].
[QUICK REC] will light and the “QUICK REC” screen
appears.
QUICK REC
Recording and playing your performance
• At the same time, [MUTE] lights up and the song’s drum
part will be automatically muted.
• If “Quick Rec Click” (p. 40) is ON, [CLICK (TEMPO)] will
light up, and the metronome starts. You can turn it off by
pressing [CLICK (TEMPO)] and the button will go dark.
• If you press [QUICK REC] while the song is playing,
recording begins immediately.
* First: Please select the drum kit that you want to use for
recording.
* A signal input via the MIX IN jack won’t be recorded.
1.
Press [QUICK REC].
[QUICK REC] will light and the “QUICK REC” screen
appears.
2.
3.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to set the tempo.
Press [
].
Recording will begin at the same moment that the song
starts.
* If “Count In Play” (p. 40) is 1MEAS or 2MEAS, recording
begins after the one or two measure count in.
The following screen will appear.
• If “Quick Rec Click” (p. 40) is ON, [CLICK (TEMPO)] will
light up, and the metronome starts. You can turn it off by
pressing [CLICK (TEMPO)] and the button will go dark.
2.
3.
Use [+/-] or the [VALUE] knob to set the tempo.
Hit any pad/pedal and recording begins.
The following screen appears.
* Previously recorded data will be erased when a new
recording starts.
* Sounds that receive through MIDI IN can be also
recorded.
4.
Now just play & record along with the song.
5.
When you want to stop recording, press [
].
* If you exceed the maximum recording time, recording
stops automatically.
4.
To stop recording, press [QUICK REC] and the button
goes dark.
* If you exceed the maximum recording time, recording
stops automatically.
You can save your recorded performances to a USB
memory key. For details, please refer to “Saving data
recorded by Quick Rec” (p. 58).
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Quick recording and playback (QUICK REC / QUICK PLAY)
Playback
1.
Press [QUICK PLAY] and the button lights up.
The “QUICK PLAY” screen appears, and playback begins.
The following buttons correspond to various playback
functions.
Button
2.
[
]
[
]
[
[
]
]
Function
Returns to the beginning of what you have recorded.
Pauses the playback of that recorded performance.
Press this button again to resume playback
from the paused location.
Advances to the next measure.
Returns to the previous measure.
To stop playback, press [QUICK PLAY] and the
button goes dark.
When playback has finished, [QUICK PLAY] automatically
goes dark.
* [QUICK PLAY] only plays back performances recorded
using Quick Rec.
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Using the Scope function (SCOPE)
The Scope function provides an on-screen view of the timing of your drumming.
This will help you improve timing control in the tempo and time signature of your own choosing.
1.
Press [SCOPE] and the button lights up.
2.
The “SCOPE” screen appears.
Play the pads while listening to the metronome.
Your timing will be shown in the display.
* Foot-close is not shown.
• The [CLICK (TEMPO)] will light up as the metronome
begins playing.
• The grid is relative to the metronome’s time signature (p.
40).
• If you want to change the tempo or time signature please
see “Metronome parameters” (p. 40).
• You can also play back a song while using the Scope
function.
• Sounds that received through MIDI IN are also shown in
the line of “Others.”
• [F3] (ZOOM +) button
Each time you press this button, the display of one beat
will be magnified.
This lets you view one beat in greater detail.
* [F2] (ZOOM -) button
Each time you press this button, the viewing area will
expand.
This lets you view more beats at once.
3.
When you want to turn off the Scope function, press
[SCOPE] or [EXIT].
Viewing the SCOPE screen
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MEMO
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5. Advanced applications
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Optimizing the pad settings
(Trigger parameters)
1.
Press [SETUP].
2.
Press [F1] (TRIG).
[SETUP] will light and the “SETUP” screen will appear.
3.
Press [F1]–[F3] to choose the item that you want to
edit.
4.
Use [CURSOR] to select a parameter.
5.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to set the value of the
parameter.
6.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
Specifying the type of pad [F1] (TYPE)
For each trigger input, you can select the type of pad you’re
using (the trigger type) so the TD-9 will accurately receive the
signal from the pad.
Trigger type
The trigger type is a collection of parameters optimized for
specific models of pad.
In the above screen, indications such as “KD8,” “PD85,” and
“VH11” are the trigger types.
If you select the appropriate trigger type for each pad you’ve
connected, all parameters (except for Crosstalk Cancel) will be
set to the optimal values.
However, these are only the typical values, so you may need to
make fine adjustments according to how you’ve attached the
pads or the way in which you’re using them.
Trigger Type
KD7
KD8
KD9
KD85
KD120
PD8
PD85
PD105
PD125
PDX6
PDX8
CY5
46
Used Model
KD-7
KD-8
KD-9
KD-85, KD-80
KD-120
PD-8
PD-85, PD-80R, PD-80
PD-105
PD-125
PDX-6
PDX-8
CY-5
Trigger Type
CY8
CY12C
CY12RC
CY13R
CY14C
CY15R
VH11
RT10K
RT10S
RT10T
Used Model
CY-8
CY-12C
CY-12R/C
CY-13R
CY-14C
CY-15R
VH-11
RT-10K
RT-10S
RT-10T
You can change the default trigger type settings that are
specified when you execute a Factory Reset. For details,
refer to p. 62.
Dual trigger support for each pad
Trigger Input
Mesh Pad (Dual Trigger)
KICK
–
SNARE
O
TOM 1–3
O
HI-HAT
–
CRASH 1–2
–
RIDE
–
BELL
–
AUX
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Optimizing the pad settings (Trigger parameters)
Setting the Pad Sensitivity [F2] (BASIC)
When you specify the trigger type (p. 46), the
following settings (basic trigger parameters)
are automatically set to the values
appropriate for each pad, meaning that you
will normally not need to adjust them. If you
wish to make detailed adjustments, you can
edit the following parameters.
Parameter
Trig Type
Value
refer to p. 46
Sensitivity
1–32
Threshold
0–31
The velocity monitor at the right of
the screen indicates the velocity of
the last twelve hits, starting with the
most recent.
Description
You can adjust the sensitivity of the pads to accommodate your personal playing style.
This allows you to have more dynamic control over the sound volume, based on how hard you play.
Higher sensitivity allows the pad to produce a loud volume even when played softly.
Lower sensitivity will keep the pad producing a low volume even when played forcefully.
This setting allows a trigger signal to be received only when the pad is above a determined dynamic
level (velocity). This can be used to prevent a pad from sounding because of vibrations from other pads.
In the following example, B will sound but A and C
Threshold
will not sound.
A
B
C
When set to a higher value, no sound is produced
when the pad is struck lightly.
Gradually raise the “Threshold” value while striking
the pad.
Check this and adjust accordingly. Repeat this process until you get the perfect setting for your playing
style.
This setting allows you to control the relation between playing velocity (striking force) and changes in volume. Adjust this curve until the response feels as natural as possible.
See below
LINEAR
SPLINE
The standard setting. This produces the most natural
correspondence between playing dynamics and volume change.
Extreme changes are made in response to playing dynamics.
Volume
Volume
LINEAR
SPLINE
Striking
Force
LOUD1, LOUD2
EXP1, EXP2
Curve
Compared to LINEAR, strong dynamics produce a
greater change.
Volume
Volume
EXP1
Striking
Force
Very little dynamic response, making it easy to maintain strong volume levels. If using drum triggers, these
settings help maintain stable levels.
Volume
EXP2
Striking
Force
Volume
LOUD1
LOUD2
Striking
Force
LOG1, LOG2
Compared to LINEAR, a soft playing produces a greater change.
Volume
Volume
LOG1
LOG2
Striking
Force
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Optimizing the pad settings (Trigger parameters)
Detailed settings for trigger parameters [F3] (ADVNCD)
The following parameters (Advanced Trigger Parameters) are
automatically set to the most efficient values for each pad when
you select the Trigger Type (p. 46). They don’t require
adjustment, except if you experience any of the problems that
are discussed in the explanation of each parameter.
1.
Press [F1]–[F3] to choose the item that you want to
edit.
2.
Use CURSOR [
3.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value.
4.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
][
] to chose a parameter.
[F1] (SCAN)
Parameter
Trig Type
Scan Time
Retrig Cancel
Value
Description
refer to p. 46
Specifies the detection time for the trigger signal.
Since the rise time of the trigger signal waveform may differ slightly
Scan Time
depending on the characteristics of each pad or acoustic drum trigger
(drum pickup), you may notice that identical hits (velocity) may produce sound at different volumes. If this occurs, you can adjust the
Time
“Scan Time” so that your way of playing can be detected more pre0–4.0 (ms) cisely.
While repeatedly hitting the pad at a constant force, gradually raise
the Scan Time value from 0 msec, until the resulting volume stabilizes
at the loudest level. At this setting, try both soft and loud strikes, and make sure that the volume
changes appropriately.
* As the value is set higher, the time it takes for the sound to be played increases. Set this to the
lowest value possible.
This setting prevents spurious re-triggering.
Important if you are using acoustic drum triggers. Such triggers can
produce altered waveforms, which may also cause inadvertent
A
sounding at Point A in the following figure (Re-trigger).
Time
This occurs in particular at the decaying edge of the waveform. Retrigger Cancel detects such distortion in and prevents re-triggering
from occurring.
While repeatedly striking the pad, raise the “Retrig Cancel” value
until re-triggering no longer occurs.
1–16
* While repeatedly striking the pad, raise the “Retrig Cancel” value until re-triggering no longer
occurs.
You can also eliminate this problem of re-triggering with the Mask Time setting. Mask Time does
not detect trigger signals if they occur within the specified amount of time after the previous
trigger signal was received. Re-trigger Cancel detects the attenuation of the trigger signal level,
and triggers the sound after internally determining which trigger signals were actually
generated when the head was struck, while weeding out the other false trigger signals that
need not trigger a sound.
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Optimizing the pad settings (Trigger parameters)
Parameter
Value
Mask Time
0–64 (ms)
Description
This setting prevents double triggering.
When playing a kick trigger, the beater can bounce back
Mask Time
and hit the head a second time immediately after the intended note—with acoustic drums sometimes the beater stays
against the head—this causes a single hit to “double trigger”
(two sounds instead of one). The Mask Time setting helps to
Time
prevent this. Once a pad has been hit, any additional trigger
signals occurring within the specified “Mask Time” (0–64
Sound not produced
msec) will be ignored.
Adjust the “Mask Time” value while playing the pad.
When using a kick trigger, try to let the beater bounce back and hit the head very quickly, then
raise the “Mask Time” value until there are no more sounds made by the beater rebound.
* When set to a high value, it will be difficult to play very quickly. Set this to as low a value as you can.
If two or more sounds are being produced when you strike the head just once, then adjust Retrig Cancel.
This setting cancels “crosstalk”, which means that when you play one pad you hear a sound coming
from another pad. This can happen when two pads are installed on the same stand.
In some cases you can prevent crosstalk by increasing the distance between the two mounted pads.
XTalk Cancel
0–80
In some cases you can prevent crosstalk by increasing the distance between the two mounted pads.
Crosstalk Example: If you hit the snare pad and the tom 1 also sounds
Set the snare and tom 1 to the same XTALK GROUP.
Raise the “XTALK CANCEL” for the pad being used for tom 1. The tom 1 pad will be less prone to
receive crosstalk from other pads.
* If the value is set too high, and two pads are played simultaneously, the one that is struck less forcefully
may not sound. Be careful and set this parameter to the minimum value required to prevent crosstalk.
[F2] (RIM)
Parameter
Trig Type
Rim Gain
RimShot Adj
Value
Description
refer to p. 46
When a PD-125/120/105/85/80R, PDX-8, PD-9/8/7, CY series pad, VH-11, or RT-10S is connected, you can adjust the relation between your playing velocity (force) on the rim/edge and the result0–8.0
ing volume level. Higher value allows the rim/edge to produce a loud volume even when played
softly. Lower value will keep the rim/edge producing a low volume even when played forcefully.
When a PD-125/120/105/85/80R, PDX-8, or RT-10S is connected, you can adjust the sensitivity
of the rim response.
There are some cases that you have a rim sound unexpectedly when you hit the head strongly. You
0–8.0
can improve this situation with decreasing the value of “RimShot Adjust.”
When you set the value too small, it might be difficult to play the rim sound.
[F3] (HI-HAT)
Parameter
Value
Description
Hi-Hat Type
VH11, FD8
Select the type of hi-hat controller you’re using.
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Optimizing the pad settings (Trigger parameters)
Connecting the VH-11 and making settings on the TD-9
Connections
7.
Press [F3] (ADVNCD)-[F3] (HI-HAT).
The following screen will appear.
8.
TRIGGER
OUT jack
Motion sensor
unit
CONTROL
OUT jack
Connect the
HHC cable
Parameter
Hi-Hat Type
9.
Connect the
HH cable
Verify the TD-9’s setting.
Value
VH11
While you watch the meter that’s displayed in the
right side of the screen, turn the VH-11’s VH offset
adjustment screw to adjust it.
Adjust the screw so that the black
meter.
appears in the
Settings
1.
Make sure that the VH-11 is correctly connected to
the TD-9.
2.
Set up the hi-hat, take your foot off the pedal, and
power-on the TD-9.
* It will be impossible to make the adjustment correctly if the
hi-hat is touching the motion sensor when you turn on the
power.
3.
Loosen the clutch screw, and allow the hi-hat to rest
naturally on top of the motion sensor unit.
4.
Press [SETUP]-[F1] (TRIG).
VH Offset
Adjustment
Screw
OPEN
CLOSE
The “TRIGGER TYPE” screen will appear.
5.
Use [CURSOR] to move the cursor to “H” (HI-HAT).
VH Offset Adjustment Points
6.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to choose “VH11.”
If the closed hi-hat sound is difficult to attain, rotate the VH
offset adjustment screw towards “CLOSE.”
If the open hi-hat sound is difficult to attain, rotate the
screw towards “OPEN.”
If the sound cuts off when you strike the hi-hat
forcefully, rotate the VH Offset adjustment screw
towards “OPEN.”
10. Adjust other parameters as needed.
If you don’t set up the VH-11 correctly, it may not operate
correctly.
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If the Clutch Was Apart from the Hi-Hat
If the hi-hat clutch is inadvertently removed from the hi-hat, use
the following procedure to reassemble and attach the clutch.
Hi-Hat Being Properly Assembled
fig.HH-Assy2.e
Due to the different shape, the clutch included with the hihat stand cannot be used with the VH-11. Be sure to use
the special VH-11 clutch.
Player Side
fig.HH-Assy1.e
The screw being
in this direction
Clutch Top
VH Offset Adjustment Screw
Plastic Washer
Rubber Washer
Player Side
Stopper (Upper)
Spring
Stopper (Lower)
See the direction
as it is.
Assemble these
two parts fit in
this direction
completely.
Set the screw to front.
* Orient the stopper (upper) so that it matches the groove in
the hi-hat.
fig.HH-Assy3.e
The upper end of the
screw pipe of the
stopper can be seen
3–4 mm
The VH offset
adjustment screw
being fully tightened
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MIDI-related settings
There are many possibilities when using MIDI, such as:
1.
Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] will light, and the “SETUP” screen will appear.
Use the pads to play external instruments
You can layer sounds on the TD-9 as well as play sounds from
MIDI sound modules and samplers.
Use the TD-9 as a sound module
If you’re using an external MIDI sequencer to perform with an
ensemble, you can use the TD-9 as a dedicated drum sound
module.
When used with a MIDI sound module, rather than just being
capable of using percussion sets, the TD-9 can handle an even
greater number of instruments simultaneously.
2.
Press [F2] (MIDI).
The “MIDI” screen will appear.
3.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select a parameter.
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value.
5.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
MIDI settings for the entire TD-9 [F1] (GLOBAL)
Parameter
value
Description
Tx/Rx Channel
CH 1–CH16,
OFF
Specifies the transmit/receive channel.
* If you set the drum part to “CH11,” it will be the same as the TD-9’s percussion part,
and the percussion part will no longer sound.
Tx PC
OFF, ON
Specifies whether program change messages will be transmitted to an external MIDI device
(ON) or not transmitted (OFF).
With the “ON” setting, a program number corresponding to the selected drum kit will be
transmitted when you switch drum kits on the TD-9.
Rx PC
OFF, ON
Specifies whether program change messages sent from an external MIDI device will be received (ON) or not received (OFF).
With the “ON” setting, the TD-9 will switch to the drum kit corresponding to the received
program number.
Note Chase
OFF, ON
Turns the Note Chase on/off.
This is convenient during the editing process. Received MIDI data will automatically call up
the settings screen for the relative instrument/pad, and automatically moves the cursor.
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MIDI-related settings
Parameter
Local Control
value
Description
OFF, ON
Turns the Local Control on/off.
This is required when you want to trigger sounds in an external sound module and/or record
your performance on an external MIDI sequencer, and NOT use the TD-9’s internal sounds.
If that is your need, then turn Local Control to “OFF.” When recording/using TD-9 performances on an external sequencer, turn Local Control to “OFF” and be sure the sequence’s
MIDI OUT is connected to the TD-9’s MIDI In.
The trigger signals from the pads go directly to the MIDI OUT/THRU connector.
The TD-9’s default mode is with Local Control “ON.”
If you make connections and record as shown, with a setting of Local Control “ON,” duplicate notes will be re-transmitted to the TD-9 and will not be played correctly.
Trigger
TD-9
OUT
IN
Trigger → MIDI
Converter
Pad
Local Control:
OFF
IN
OUT
MIDI Sequencer
(Soft Thru: ON)
Internal Sound Generator
Turns the Soft Thru function on/off.
This explains how you can use the Roland SPD-20 (a MIDI controller) together with the TD9’s pads to play internal sounds and an external sound module.
When Soft Thru is set to “ON,” the messages received at MIDI IN will also be transmitted
from the MIDI OUT/THRU connector.
Pad or Pedal
Soft Thru
OFF, ON
MIDI
OUT/THRU
MIDI Sound Module
MIDI
IN
SPD-20
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MIDI-related settings
MIDI settings for precise expressiveness in performances [F2] (CTRL)
Parameter
value
Description
PedalCC
OFF,
MODULATION(1),
FOOT(4),
GENERAL1(16)
Specifies the MIDI control change message used to transmit/receive the depth to
which the hi-hat pedal is pressed.
This is a setting for the MIDI messages transmitted when you’re using an external MIDI
sound module to sound the notes played by the TD-9 and pads.
TD9/TD20:
HH
Compatibility
TD-9/TD-20,
EXTERNAL
Choose this setting if you’re using just the TD-9 and pads, or if you’re using a TD series
unit such as the TD-9 or TD-20 as your MIDI sound module.
MIDI messages appropriate for the TD series will be transmitted.
EXTERNAL:
Choose this setting if you’re using an external MIDI sound module other than the TD
series.
If you choose this setting, the display will indicate “HH Note# Border.”
This setting lets you transmit MIDI messages that are appropriate for the MIDI sound
module you're using.
HH
Note# Border
0–127
The note number transmitted when you strike the hi-hat will change depending on the
amount of pressure on the hi-hat pedal.
HH Border allows you to adjust the pedal position at which the note number switches
from the open hi-hat to the closed hi-hat.
As you monitor the note number transmitted by the TD-9 and the Control Change message value, adjust the setting until the note number is switched at the pedal position
you want.
When using a VH-11 for the hi-hat, setting this value to around 80 allows you to transmit the closed hi-hat note
number when the pedal is slightly above the fully depressed position.
If you change the HH Border setting, the hi-hat of a pattern that was recorded
onto the internal sequencer by playing the pads may play back in a way that is
different from the actually recorded performance.
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MIDI-related settings
Editing a percussion set [F3] (PERC)
A collection of different percussion instruments is called a percussion set. A different percussion instrument is assigned to each note
number, and multiple instruments can be used together.
The percussion part is to CH11 (fixed).
Editing the Percussion Set
Select an instrument for each note number.
1.
Press [SETUP]-[F2] (MIDI).
The “MIDI” screen will appear.
2.
3.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select a note number.
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select an instrument.
Press [F2] (PERC).
The “PERCUSSION SET EDIT” screen appears.
You can get a preview by holding down [SHIFT] and
pressing [KIT].
Individual Percussion Instrument Parameters
Set the volume, pan, pitch, decay, etc. for each percussion instrument.
1.
2.
In the “PERCUSSION SET EDIT” screen, select the
instrument whose settings you want to edit.
Press [F1] (EDIT).
The “PERCUSSION INST EDIT” screen appears.
3.
Use CURSOR [
][
] to select the parameter.
* You can use CURSOR [
4.
][
] to switch note numbers.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to edit the value.
You can get a preview by holding down [SHIFT] and
pressing [KIT].
5.
Press [EXIT] several times to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen or just press [KIT].
Parameter
value
Description
Instrument
001–533
Selects the instrument that will be assigned to the currently selected note number.
Volume
0–100
Specifies the volume of each instrument.
Pan
L15–CENTER–R15
Specifies the panning of each instrument.
Pitch
-240– +240
Specifies the pitch of each instrument.
Decay
1–100
Specifies the duration (decay time) of each instrument.
Amb Send Level
0–100
Specifies the ambience depth of each instrument.
CC
0–127
Adjusts the openness of the hi-hat.
* This is valid only if the Instrument is “HH.”
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Other settings (Utility)
1.
Press [SETUP]-[F3] (UTIL).
2.
Press [F1]–[F3] to choose the item you want to edit.
The “UTILITY” menu screen appears.
Overall settings for the TD-9 [F1] (UTILITY)
“UTILITY” screen
Adjusting the display contrast (LCD Contrast)
The visibility of the display can be affected by the viewing
angle or the brightness of the room. If you have difficulty
reading the display, adjust the contrast as follows.
1.
Using a pad as a switch (Pad Switch)
2.
Use CURSOR [ ] [ ] to move the cursor to “AUX
Head” or “AUX Rim.”
2.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the function that you
want to control.
Function
OFF
KIT INC
KIT DEC
SONG START
SONG STOP
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Description
Disables the pad switch function.
Selects the next kit.
Selects the previous kit.
Starts song playback.
Stops song playback.
] to move the cursor “LCD
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the contrast.
You can also adjust the contrast by holding down [KIT]
and turning [VALUE].
* This setting is valid only in the DRUM KIT screen and the
SONG screen.
1.
][
Value: 1–16
A pad connected to the TRIGGER IN AUX jack can function as
a switch to change drum kits or to start/stop a song.
You must select the correct trigger type (p. 46) for the pad
that’s connected.
Use CURSOR [
Contrast.”
Setting the preview velocity (Preview Velocity)
By holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [KIT] you can play an
instrument to preview (audition) its settings.
Here’s how to set the velocity (volume) of the preview function.
1.
Use CURSOR [ ] [
“Preview Velocity.”
2.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the preview velocity.
Value: 1–127
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Other settings (Utility)
Using USB memory [F2] (USB)
“USB UTILITY” screen
Saving data to a USB memory key (SAVE)
* If you select a number where data has already been saved
and then press [F3] (SAVE), a message will ask you to
confirm it’s OK to overwrite the existing data. If you want
to overwrite the existing data, press [F3] (OK). If you
decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL) and select a
different save-destination number.
Next you may assign a name to the data that will be
saved. If you don’t need to assign a name, proceed to step
9.
5.
Press [F2] (NAME).
The “BACKUP DATA NAME” screen will appear.
You can assign a name (backup name) of up to eight
characters.
Here’s how to save TD-9 data to a USB memory key.
Data that will be saved
• Backup data: TD-9 settings (drum kit and setup settings)
• Performance data recorded using Quick Rec function
Saving backup data
1.
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F1] (SAVE).
The “UTILITY USB SAVE” screen appears.
6.
Use CURSOR [ ] [ ] to move the cursor to the
character that you want to change.
7.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the desired character.
Function buttons
Function
2.
[F1] (INSERT)
Press [F1] (BACKUP).
The “SAVE BACKUP DATA” screen appears.
[F2] (DELETE)
[F3] (CHAR)
8.
3.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to specify the save-destination
number.
Vacant numbers are indicated as (EMPTY).
4.
Press [F3] (SAVE).
A confirmation screen appears.
9.
Description
Inserts a space at the cursor location
and moves the subsequent characters
one place to the right.
Deletes the character at the cursor location, and moves the subsequent characters one place to the left.
Switches the type of character at the
cursor location between uppercase,
lowercase, and numerals and symbols.
When you’ve completed the name, press [EXIT] to
return to the previous screen.
Press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When data has been saved, the display says “Completed”
and you’ll return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
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Other settings (Utility)
Saving data recorded by Quick Rec
1.
5.
Press [F2] (NAME).
The “QUICK REC DATA NAME” screen will appear.
You can write a name of up to eight characters.
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F1] (SAVE).
The “UTILITY USB SAVE” screen appears.
2.
6.
Use CURSOR [ ] [ ] to move the cursor to the
character that you want to change.
7.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the desired character.
Press [F2] (Q REC).
The “SAVE QUICK REC DATA” screen appears.
Function buttons
Function
[F1] (INSERT)
3.
[F2] (DELETE)
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the save-destination
number.
Vacant numbers are indicated as (EMPTY).
4.
[F3] (CHAR)
Press [F3] (SAVE).
A confirmation screen appears.
8.
9.
Description
Inserts a space at the cursor location
and moves the subsequent characters
one place to the right.
Deletes the character at the cursor location, and moves the subsequent characters one place to the left.
Switches the type of character at the
cursor location between uppercase,
lowercase, and numerals and symbols.
When you’ve completed the name, press [EXIT] to
return to the previous screen.
Press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When data has been saved, the display says “Completed”
and you’ll return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
* If you select a number where data has already been saved
and then press [F3] (SAVE), a message will ask you to
confirm it’s OK to overwrite the existing data. If you want
to overwrite the existing data, press [F3] (OK). If you
decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL) and select a
different save-destination number.
Next you may write a name about the data that will be
saved. If you don’t need a comment, proceed to step 9.
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Other settings (Utility)
Loading data from a USB memory key back into the TD-9 (LOAD)
Data you’ve saved on a USB memory key can be loaded back
into the TD-9. This is called “Load.”
Loading Quick Rec data
1.
Loading backup data
1.
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F2] (LOAD).
The “UTILITY USB LOAD” screen appears.
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F2] (LOAD).
The “UTILITY USB LOAD” screen appears.
2.
Press [F2] (Q REC).
The “LOAD QUICK REC DATA” screen appears.
2.
Press [F1] (BACKUP).
The “LOAD BACKUP DATA” screen appears.
3.
Use CURSOR [
Data.”
][
] to move the cursor to “Load
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the specific data that
will be loaded into the TD-9.
3.
Use CURSOR [
“Number.”
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the specific data that
will be loaded into the TD-9.
5.
][
] to move the cursor
Press [F3] (LOAD).
A confirmation screen appears.
ALL:
All settings
KIT:
Drum kits
SETUP: Setup settings
5.
Use CURSOR [
“Number.”
][
] to move the cursor to
6.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the specific data that
will be loaded into the TD-9.
7.
Press [F3] (LOAD).
A confirmation screen appears.
8.
6.
To load the data, press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When data has been loaded, the display says
“Completed” and you’ll return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
To load the data, press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When data has been loaded, the display says
“Completed” and you’ll return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
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Other settings (Utility)
Deleting data from a USB memory key / Formatting a USB memory key (DL/FMT)
How to delete saved data from USB memory key and formatting
the USB memory key.
Deleting Quick Rec data
1.
The “USB DELETE/FORMAT” screen appears.
Deleting backup data
1.
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F3] (DL/FMT).
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F3] (DL/FMT).
The “USB DELETE/FORMAT” screen appears.
2.
Press [F2] (Q REC).
The “DELETE QUICK REC DATA” screen appears.
2.
Press [F1] (BACKUP).
The “DELETE BACKUP DATA” screen appears.
3.
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the specific data that
you want to delete.
3.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the specific data that
you want to delete.
4.
Press [F3] (DELETE).
A confirmation screen appears.
Press [F3] (DELETE).
A confirmation screen appears.
5.
5.
To delete the data, press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When data has been deleted, the display says
“Completed” and you’ll return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
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To delete the data, press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When data has been deleted, the display says
“Completed” and you’ll return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
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Other settings (Utility)
Formatting a USB memory key
When executing the Format operation, all data on the USB
memory key (backup data, Quick Rec data, and audio
files) will be lost.
1.
Restoring the factory settings
[F3] (RESET)
The “Factory Reset” operation returns all settings of all pads
and instruments stored in the TD-9 to their factory-set condition.
In the “USB UTILITY” screen, press [F3] (DL/FMT).
• All data and settings in the TD-9 will be lost. If you want to
keep any of your data or settings, save them to USB
memory before you continue.
• If you want to retain the Song Volume and Type settings (p.
37) of the audio files in USB memory key, disconnect the
USB memory key before you execute the Factory Reset. If
you execute the Factory Reset while USB memory key is
connected, the audio file settings will be lost.
The “USB DELETE/FORMAT” screen appears.
2.
Press [F3] (FORMAT).
The “USB FORMAT” screen appears.
3.
Press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
A confirmation screen appears.
4.
To execute the Format operation, press [F3] (OK).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When formatting is done, the screen will indicate
“Completed” and you will return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
1.
In the “UTILITY” menu screen, press [F3] (RESET).
The “FACTORY RESET” screen appears.
2.
Press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
A confirmation screen appears.
3.
To execute the factory reset, press [F3] (OK).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
When the factory reset is finished, the screen will indicate
“Completed” and you will return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
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Other settings (Utility)
Changing the default trigger type
You can change the default trigger type values that will be
assigned when a Factory Reset is executed.
Normally, you will not need to change this, but if the drum
system you’re using has different pads and trigger types,
you can change the settings as follows.
1.
Turn off the power.
2.
Press [POWER] to turn on the power. Then, while
“Roland” is showing in the screen, press both
[SHIFT] and [SETUP] simultaneously.
The “DEFAULT TRIG SETTING” screen appears.
3.
4.
Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the drum system
you're using.
5.
To carry out the change in default trigger type,
press [F3] (EXEC).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
Once the change has been completed, you’re returned
to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
TD-9KX2 default values
TD-9K2 default values
TD-9KX default values
Press [F3] (WRITE).
If you decide to cancel, press [F1] (CANCEL).
A confirmation screen appears.
TD-9K default values
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6. Appendices
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Error Messages
If an error message appears in the TD-9’s screen, the TD-9 has failed to operate correctly for some reason, or an incorrect operation
has been performed. Please take the appropriate action described here.
Message
Meaning
Action
MIDI-related error messages
MIDI Offline!
A MIDI cable was disconnected. (Or communication with the external MIDI device stopped
for some reason.)
Make sure that MIDI cables have not been
pulled out or broken.
MIDI Com Error!!
A problem has occurred with the internal system.
Contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service center.
Receive buffer full!
A large amount of MIDI messages were received in a short time, and could not be processed completely.
Confirm that the external MIDI device is properly connected. If the problem persists, reduce
the amount of MIDI messages sent to the TD-9.
Transmit buffer full!
The TD-9 was attempting to transmit more data
than could be correctly output from MIDI OUT.
Reduce the amount of data that is being transmitted.
USB-related error messages
Connect your USB memory key to the USB
memory connector.
USB memory not Ready!
USB memory key is not connected.
No file!
The specified data does not exist in USB memory key.
USB Memory Full
The USB memory key does not have sufficient
free space.
Broken Data!!
The saved data is damaged.
Decrease the number of
wav files.
The speed of access to USB memory key has
slowed down because the number of files has
increased.
Decrease the number of files.
Check USB memory!
The USB memory key is not operating correctly.
Check the USB memory key.
Remove the USB device!
Either a USB device not usable by the TD-9 is
connected, or foreign matter has entered the
USB memory connector, causing a short.
Immediately disconnect the device, and check
that no foreign matter has entered the USB
memory connector.
Delete unneeded data.
QUICK REC-related error messages
Memory Full!
No more memory capacity for Quick Rec.
Save your recording data on the USB memory
key, and then start further recording.
System-related error messages
Unknown System Error
64
A problem has occurred with the internal system.
Contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service center.
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Preset Drum Kit List
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Name
V-Tour
Second
Funky
JAZZ
Heavy
ROCK
NeoFunk
Thrash
METAL
Jungle
2ndHi-Hat
Breaker
Shorty
Stomp!!
Unplug
+Percussion
Swing
JAZZ
Post Punk
Lite Pop
+Tambourine
AcidJazz
Rock
BALLAD
Shuffle
BLUES
ClubBeat
Hybrid
Jump'n
BASS
Bossa
LOUNGE
Lite Bop
2ndSnare
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Name
Alterna
BluesRock
R&B
Ballad
Blues
ROCK
LowRock
+SFX
JazzHop
Ambient
Drum'n Bass
Tech
HOUSE
Jazz
Contemporary
70'sHard
Soulful
60's-70's
Metal
Progressive
NewWave
+Synth
Solid
FUNK
Prog
ROCK
Dark
METAL
DigiDrum
Ska
=GATE=
80's Dance
Latin
Percussion
Horizon
No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
Name
V-Tour
Studio
CoolJazz
Double
BASS
Compact
18”Kick
Acoustic
House
+LatinPerc
Ambient
ChillOut
Junk
INDUSTRIAL
TightHit
2ndHi-Hat
Brushes
Ballad
Reverb
Big Rock
Stadium
Modern
JAZZ
JazzyBop
Sizzle
Fusion
Alterna
Rock/Punk
Blast
Mixture
Groove
Vintage
30’s-40’s
No.
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
Name
JazzFunk
90’sRock
80’sRock
70’sRock
Dry Pop
Lo-Fi
FunkyDry
No.
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
NewDisco
88
TripHop
89
HipHop
OldSchool
90
Drum'nBs
91
Break
92
BEAT
Nu Jazz
BrokenBeat
93
Abstract
94
Gimmick
95
BreakBeat
Minimal
HOUSE
Reggae
+Timbale
Latin
FootClave
World1
Cajon,Djembe
96
97
98
99
Name
Samba
Batucada
Symphony
OrchHits
SteelDrm
CMajorScale
Trancy
Electron
Electronica
EleDrums
ClassicElec
TR-808
TR-909
Voices
HumanBeatBox
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
User Kit
World2
Tabla,Baya
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Preset Song List
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Alterna Rock
26
FunkSolo Ptn
2
Cool Jazz
27
ProgSolo Ptn
3
Neo Funk
28
MedPops Ptn
4
Medium Pops
29
70’sHard Ptn
5
New Disco
30
ContempJzPtn
6
Heavy Rock
31
Mixture Ptn
7
Rock Ballad
32
HeavyRockPtn
8
Mixture Rock
33
AcidJazz Ptn
9
70’s Hard
34
R&B Ptn
10
Prog Rock
35
BreakBeatPtn
11
ShuffleBlues
36
NorthSoulPtn
12
Acid Jazz
37
Ska Ptn
13
Contemp Jazz
38
Alt Rock Ptn
14
Jazzy Funk
39
SouthSoulPtn
15
Fusion
40
BossaNovaPtn
16
Urban R&B
41
Samba
17
NorthernSoul
42
Flamenco12/8
18
SouthernSoul
43
Djembe
19
Break Beat
44
AfroCuban6/8
20
Jump’n Bass
45
Salsa
21
Post Punk
46
Mambo
22
Thrash Metal
47
Son 3-2
23
Ska
48
Son 2-3
24
Bossa Nova
49
Rumba 3-2
25
JazzSolo Ptn
50
Rumba 2-3
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Drum Instrument List
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
39 ShortNoise K
78 30'sBrass S
118 CrossStick3
157 TR808 SR*X
Maple K
40 Dance K
79 30'sBrass SR*X
119 CrossStick4
158 TR808 XStick
2
Custom K
41 House K
80 Medium S
120 CrossStick5
159 TR909 S
3
Birch K
42 Hip K
81 Medium SR*X
121 VintBright S
160 TR909 SR*X
4
Shallow K
43 NuHip K
82 MediumSt S
122 VintBrightSR
161 TR909 XStick
5
Medium K
44 Dirty K
83 MediumSt SR*X
123 LiteSteel S
162 Elec1 S
6
Studio K
45 Rap K
84 MediumBr S
124 LiteSteel SR
163 Elec2 S
7
Wood K
46 Giant K
85 MediumBr SR*X
125 LiteBrass S
Soft K
47 Lo-Fi K
86 Vintage S
126 LiteBrass SR
164 10"Maple T1
Vintage K
48 Blow K
87 Vintage SR*X
127 12"Maple S
165 10"Maple T1R
10 Oak K
49 Dororo K
88 VintCustom S
128 12"Maple SR
166 12"Maple T2
11 RoseWood K
50 Rumble K
89 VintCustomSR*X
129 Loose S
167 12"Maple T2R
12 26"Deep K
51 Ambient K
90 Birch S
130 Loose SR
168 14"Maple T3
13 18"Hybrid K
52 Destroyer K
91 Birch SR*X
131 7.0"Deep S
169 14"Maple T3R
14 OnePly K
53 Ninja K
92 WhiteAsh S
132 7.0"Deep SR
170 16"Maple T4
15 Plugged K
54 80'sHard K
93 WhiteAsh SR*X
133 Sustain S
171 16"Maple T4R
16 Heavy K
55 Gate K
94 PiccoloSt S
134 Sustain SR
172 10"Birch T1
17 Dry K
56 Phase K
95 PiccoloSt SR*X
135 TightBuzz S
173 10"Birch T1R
18 Meat K
57 Reverse K
96 PiccoloBr S
136 TightBuzz SR
174 12"Birch T2
19 Buzz K
58 Industrial K
97 PiccoloBr SR*X
SNARE OTHER
175 12"Birch T2R
20 Bop K
59 Door K
98 13" S
137 Whack S
176 14"Birch T3
21 R8Low K
60 Chunk K
99 13" SR*X
138 Cruddy S
177 14"Birch T3R
22 R8Dry K
61 Voice K
100 Dry S
139 HardComp S
178 16"Birch T4
23 Blast K
62 TR808 K
101 Dry SR*X
140 ShortBuzz S
179 16"Birch T4R
24 SolidMaple K
63 TR808Boom K
102 Fat S
141 Dance S
180 12"Custom T1
25 24"Loose K
64 TR909 K
103 Fat SR*X
142 Hip S
181 12"CustomT1R
26 24"LooseK /M
65 TR909Wood K
104 FatBr S
143 BreakBeat S
182 14"Custom T2
27 Thin K
66 TR909Hard K
105 FatBr SR*X
144 House S
183 14"CustomT2R
28 Coated K
67 Elec K
106 Heavy S
145 Garage S
184 16"Custom T3
29 Coated K /M
68 ElecBend K
107 Heavy SR*X
146 HouseDpn S
185 16"CustomT3R
30 24"Solid K
69 Elephant K
108 Dirty S
147 Clap S
186 18"Custom T4
31 24"SolidK /M
70 Gabba K
109 Dirty SR*X
148 Punch S
187 18"CustomT4R
32 18"Buzz K
71 Space K
110 Brush S
149 Radio S
188 12"Coated T1
111 Brush SR*X
150 NoisyXStickS
189 12"CoatedT1R
72 Custom S
112 Copper S
151 DenseClick S
190 14"Coated T2
35 18"FloorT K
73 Custom SR*X
113 Copper SR*X
152 Gate S
191 14"CoatedT2R
36 Muted K
74 VintMaple S
114 Reggae S
153 Reverse S
192 16"Coated T3
75 VintMaple SR*X
115 Reggae SR*X
154 Industrial S
193 16"CoatedT3R
76 SolidMaple S
116 CrossStick1
155 Voice S
194 18"Coated T4
77 SolidMapleSR*X
117 CrossStick2
156 TR808 S
195 18"CoatedT4R
KICK
1
8
9
33 18"Maple K
34 18"MapleK /M
37 LiteBuzz K
KICK OTHER
38 Tight K
SNARE
TOM
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Drum Instrument List
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
196 Beech T1
239 Brush T4
280 TR909 T1
320 16"Dark CrE
360 22"Clean RdB
197 Beech T2
240 10"PluggedT1
281 TR909 T2
321 18"Dark CrBw
361 20"Bright Rd
198 Beech T3
241 12"PluggedT2
282 TR909 T3
322 18"Dark CrE
362 20"BrightRdE
199 Beech T4
242 13"PluggedT3
283 TR909 T4
323 16"Thin CrBw
363 20"BrightRdB
200 Oyster T1
243 16"PluggedT4
284 Elec T1
324 16"Thin CrE
364 24"Heavy Rd
201 Oyster T2
244 Buzz T1
285 Elec T2
325 18"Thin CrBw
365 24"Heavy RdE
202 Oyster T3
245 Buzz T2
286 Elec T3
326 18"Thin CrE
366 24"Heavy RdB
203 Oyster T4
246 Buzz T3
287 Elec T4
327 16"PaperCrBw
367 20"Oldies Rd
204 Rose T1
247 Buzz T4
288 ElecBend T1
328 16"Paper CrE
368 20"OldiesRdE
205 Rose T2
248 Big T1
289 ElecBend T2
329 18"PaperCrBw
369 20"OldiesRdB
206 Rose T3
249 Big T2
290 ElecBend T3
330 18"Paper CrE
370 20"Sizzle Rd
207 Rose T4
250 Big T3
291 ElecBend T4
331 16"Fast CrBw
371 20"SizzleRdE
332 16"Fast CrE
372 20"SizzleRdB
373 20"Brush Rd
208 Vintage T1
251 Big T4
209 Vintage T2
252 TomRimClick1
292 Custom HH
333 18"Fast CrBw
HI-HAT
210 Vintage T3
253 TomRimClick2
293 Custom HHE
334 18"Fast CrE
374 20"Brush RdE
211 Vintage T4
254 TomRimClick3
294 Dark HH
335 16"PowerCrBw
375 20"Brush RdB
212 Booth T1
255 TomRimClick4
295 Dark HHE
336 16"Power CrE
376 18"Crash Rd
377 18"Crash RdE
213 Booth T2
TOM OTHER
296 Oldies HH
337 18"PowerCrBw
214 Booth T3
256 Gate T1
297 Oldies HHE
338 18"Power CrE
378 ShortTail Rd
379 ShortTailRdE
215 Booth T4
257 Gate T2
298 Brush HH
339 16"Mallet Cr
216 Dry T1
258 Gate T3
299 TambourineHH
340 16"Brush Cr
380 ShortTailRdB
381 Lo-Fi Rd
382 Lo-Fi RdE
217 Dry T2
259 Gate T4
300 TambourinHHE
341 18"Brush Cr
342 18"BrshSzlCr
218 Dry T3
260 Dirty T1
301 Clave HH
219 Dry T4
261 Dirty T2
302 Clave HHE
220 Fiber T1
262 Dirty T3
303 Club HH
343 10"Medium Sp
221 Fiber T2
263 Dirty T4
304 Club HHE
344 10"MediumSpE
384 Lo-Fi Cr
222 Fiber T3
264 Lo-Fi T1
305 Industry HH
345 10"Rude Sp
385 Sweep Cr
223 Fiber T4
265 Lo-Fi T2
306 Industry HHE
346 10"Rude SpE
386 Phase Cr
224 Slap T1
266 Lo-Fi T3
307 Lo-Fi HH
347 12"Thin Sp
387 Ambient Cr
225 Slap T2
267 Lo-Fi T4
308 Lo-Fi HHE
348 6"Cup
388 Reverse Cr
226 Slap T3
268 Jet T1
309 Jingle HH
349 18"Medium Ch
389 Reverse Ch
227 Slap T4
269 Jet T2
310 Jingle HHE
350 18"MediumChE
390 Reverse Rd
228 10"Roto T1
270 Jet T3
311 HandCym HH
351 20"Heavy Ch
391 Voice Cr
229 12"Roto T2
271 Jet T4
312 Voice HH
352 16"Swish
392 TR808 Cr
230 14"Roto T3
272 Voice T1
313 Voice HHE
353 19"PiggyBack
393 Elec Cr
231 19"Roto T4
273 Voice T2
314 TR808 HH
354 Piggy-Crash
232 Oct T1
274 Voice T3
315 TR909 HH
233 Oct T2
275 Voice T4
316 CR78 HH
234 Oct T3
355 20"Custom Rd
395 Bongo Lo
276 TR808 T1
317 Metal78 HH
235 Oct T4
356 20"CustomRdE
396 Conga Open
277 TR808 T2
318 Maracas HH
236 Brush T1
357 20"CustomRdB
397 Conga Mute
278 TR808 T3
237 Brush T2
358 22"Clean Rd
398 Conga Slap
279 TR808 T4
359 22"Clean RdE
399 Conga Lo
238 Brush T3
68
CRASH
319 16"Dark CrBw
SPLASH/CHINA
RIDE
383 Lo-Fi RdB
CYMBAL OTHER
PERCUSSION
394 Bongo Hi
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Drum Instrument List
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
400 Timbale Hi
443 AfricaJingle
486 808Claves
527 AfroStomp
401 Timbale Rim
444 Bendir
487 808Conga
528 CarDoor
402 Timbale Lo
445 PotDrum
488 78Cowbell
529 RandomProp
403 TimbalePaila
446 PotDrum Mute
489 78Guiro
530 Bomb
404 Cajon Open
447 Tabla Na
490 78Maracas
531 Thunder
405 Cajon Slap
448 Tabla Te
491 78Tambourine
532 Laser
406 Cajon Bass
449 Tabla Ti
492 78Bongo
533 Martian
407 Cowbell1
450 Tabla Tin
493 78Claves
534 Nantoka!
408 Cowbell1 Tip
451 Tabla Tun
SOUND EFFECT
409 Cowbell2
452 Baya Ge
494 Sticks
536 Mystery
410 Cowbell3
453 Baya Gin
495 Click
537 Chemistry
411 Claves
454 Baya Ka
496 TekClick
538 OrchHit Maj
412 Maracas
455 Baya Slide
497 Metro Click
539 OrchHit Min
413 Shaker
456 Sagat Mt/Op
498 Metro Bell
540 Reverse Bell
535 Hoo...
414 SmallShaker
457 TempleBell
499 Beep
541 Reverse Voco
415 Tambourine1
458 TempleBlock
500 Pyon
542 Voice-Yeah
416 Tambourine2
459 Taiko
501 HI-Q
543 Voice-Ahhh
417 Tambourine3
460 Wa-Daiko
502 MetalNoise
544 Voice-Haaa
418 Guiro Long
461 ConcertBD
503 MetalPhase
545 Voice-Dat
419 Guiro Short
462 ConcertBD Mt
504 SuperLow
546 Voice-Doot
420 RainStick
463 Timpani G
505 Clap1
547 Voice-Boom
421 VibraSlap
464 Timpani C
506 Clap2
548 Voice-Tun
422 Quijada
465 HandCymbal
507 HouseClap
549 808Clap
423 Cabasa
466 HandCym Mute
508 BuzzClap
550 909Clap
424 Surdo Open
467 Castanet
509 NoizeClap
551 78MBeat
425 Surdo Mute
468 WoodBlock Hi
510 MetalClap
552 Sin 440Hz
426 SurdoL Mt/Op
469 WoodBlock Lo
511 MetalSlap
427 PandeiroThmb
470 Triangle
512 Snaps
428 PandeiroSlap
471 TrianglCl/Op
513 Snappin'
429 PandeiroJngl
472 Crotale
514 Scratch1
430 RepiniqueM/O
473 BellTree
515 Scratch2
431 RepiniqueRim
474 Sleighbell
516 Scratch3
432 Agogo Hi
475 TreeChimes
517 Stamp
433 Agogo Lo
476 TinyGong
518 Ratchet
434 Whistle
477 Gong
519 AirDrive
435 WhistleShort
478 SteelDrum
520 Hammer
436 Caxixi
479 Glockenspiel
521 Barrel
437 Cuica Hi
480 Kalimba
522 TrashCan
438 Cuica Lo
481 Marimba
523 CoroCoro
439 Djembe
482 Vibraphone
524 Bubbles
440 Djembe Slap
483 808Cowbell1
525 Punch
441 Djembe Bass
484 808Cowbell2
526 HeartBeat
442 MetalCrasher
485 808Maracas
OFF
553 OFF
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Drum Instrument List
About Remarks
*X (Cross Stick):
When the XSTICK is turned ON, it makes possible to use both
“Rim Shot” and “Cross Stick” on the rim.
About Kick Instruments
/M: When playing these sounds very hard, the result will be the
same as when you leave the beater against the head of an
acoustic bass drum.
About Snare/Tom Instruments
The last letter of each instrument name means the sound of head
shot, or rim shot.
(Example)
S:
SR:
T1:
T1R:
head sound of Snare
rim sound of Snare
head sound of Tom 1
rim sound of Tom 1
About Cymbal Instruments
The last letter of each instrument name means the sound of bow
shot, edge shot, or bell shot.
(Example)
HH:
HHE:
CrBw:
CrE:
Rd:
RdB:
RdE:
70
bow sound of hi-hat
edge sound of hi-hat
bow sound of crash
edge sound of crash
bow sound of ride
bell sound of ride
edge sound of ride
Copyright
When you purchase the TD-9 percussion sound module
from an authorized Roland dealer, the included sounds
are licensed, not sold, to you by Roland Corporation, for
commercial use in music production, public performance,
broadcast, etc.
You may use any of the included sounds in a commercial
or non-commercial recording without paying any
additional license fees. However, you must strictly
adhere to the following crediting guidelines on any music
recording that utilize material from TD-9.
Reproduction or duplication of any of the sound
contained in the TD-9, either as they exist on this sound
module or by any means of reformatting, mixing,
filtering, re-synthesizing, processing or otherwise editing
for use in another product or for re-sale, is strictly
prohibited without the express written consent of Roland.
All unauthorized giving, trading, lending, renting, reissue, re-distribution or re-sale of the sounds included in
the TD-9 are expressly prohibited.
In Plain English: Be creative in your application of the TD9 sounds, and keep this sounds for your use only. DO
NOT COPY IT.
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Preset Percussion Set List
Note No.
C-1 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
C0 12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
C1 24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
C2 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
C3 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
Name
Volume
Pan
Pitch
decay
Tambourine1
Tambourine2
AfricaJingle
MetalCrasher
Bendir
RainStick
78Guiro
78Tambourine
808Clap
808Cowbell1
808Maracas
909Clap
HI-Q
MetalSlap
Scratch1
Scratch3
Sticks
Click
Metro Click
Metro Bell
Clap1
VibraSlap
Custom HHE
OFF
Beep
Crotale
Custom HHE
16"Maple T4
16"Maple T4R
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
Cowbell1
Cowbell2
Custom K
Maple K
CrossStick1
Custom S
16"Maple T4R
Custom SR
16"Maple T4
Custom HH
14"Maple T3
Custom HHE
12"Maple T2
Custom HH
12"Maple T2R
10"Maple T1
16"Fast CrBw
10"Maple T1R
20"Custom Rd
18"Power CrE
20"CustomRdB
Tambourine1
16"Fast CrE
Cowbell3
18"PowerCrBw
14"Maple T3R
20"CustomRdE
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
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CENTER
CENTER
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CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
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CENTER
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CENTER
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CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Amb
Send
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
127
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
127
0
80
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Note No.
C4 60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
C5 72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
C6 84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
C7 96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
C8 108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
C9 120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
Name
Volume
Pan
Pitch
decay
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Conga Open
Conga Slap
Conga Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Cabasa
Maracas
WhistleShort
Whistle
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Claves
WoodBlock Hi
WoodBlock Lo
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
TrianglCl/Op
Triangle
Shaker
Sleighbell
BellTree
Castanet
Surdo Mute
Surdo Open
RepiniqueRim
RepiniqueM/O
Conga Mute
Conga Lo
PandeiroJngl
PandeiroThmb
PandeiroSlap
TreeChimes
Crotale
Gong
Cajon Bass
Cajon Open
Cajon Slap
Cowbell1 Tip
WoodBlock Hi
Caxixi
Timbale Rim
TimbalePaila
Cuica Hi
Surdo Open
Surdo Mute
PotDrum
Quijada
PotDrum Mute
Djembe
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
Taiko
Wa-Daiko
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
ConcertBD
HandCymbal
OFF
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
CENTER
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
40
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Amb
Send
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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MIDI Implementation Chart
PERCUSSION SOUND MODULE
Date : Dec. 1, 2007
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model TD-9
Transmitted
Function...
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
1–16, OFF
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode 3
X
Mode 3
X
**************
**************
0–127
**************
0–127
0–127
Note
Number : True Voice
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
O
O
After
Touch
Key’s
Channel’s
O
X
O
X
X
X
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
4
16
*2
*3
*3
*3
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Control
Change
Version : 1.00
Remarks
*1
Memorized
Memorized
*2
*3
*3
*3
Bank Select
Modulation
Foot Controller
General Purpose
Controller 1
**************
O 0–49
0–49
*2 *4
Program No. 1–50 (fixed)
System Exclusive
O
O
Device ID = 17 (10H)
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
X
X
X
X
X
: Clock
System
Real Time : Commands
X
X
X
X
Program
Change
O 0–49
: True Number
O (120)
O
X
O (123–127)
O
X
X
: All Sound Off
: Reset All Controllers X
Aux
X
: Local On/Off
Messages : All Notes Off
X
O
: Active Sensing
X
: System Reset
Notes
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
72
*1
*2
*3
*4
The channel of percussion part is fixed at 11.
DRUM part only.
One is selected as the hi-hat control pedal.
O X is selectable.
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
O : Yes
X : No
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Specifications
TD-9: Percussion Sound Module
● Instruments
Drum Instruments: 522
● Drum Kits
50
● Instrument Parameters
KICK:
Head Tuning, Muffling
SNARE:
Head Tuning, Muffling
TOM:
Head Tuning, Muffling
HI-HAT:
Cymbal Size, Fixed Hi-Hat
CYMBAL:
Cymbal Size, Sustain
● Quick Rec
Resolution: 480 ticks per quarter note
Recording Method: Real-time
Maximum Note Storage:
approx. 32,000 notes
● File Format
Audio File: WAV/MP3
● Display
64 x 128 dots Graphic Type LCD
(backlit LCD)
● Connectors
Trigger Input connector (DB-25 type)
(Kick, Snare, Tom1, Tom2, Tom3,
Hi-Hat, Crash1, Ride, Ride Bell,
Hi-Hat Control)
Others:
Pitch, Decay
Extra Trigger Input Jacks: 2
(CRASH2,AUX)
(Stereo 1/4 inch phone type)
● Effect Types
Output Jacks (L (MONO), R)
(Stereo 1/4 inch phone type)
Ambience (9 Types)
2-Band Equalizer
● Ambience Parameters
Room Type, Room Size, Wall Type,
Mic Position, Room Shape
● Mixer Parameters
Volume, Pan
● Percussion Set
1
● Song
Preset Songs: 50
Parts: 4
Play Functions:
One shot, Loop, Repeat
Tempo: 20–300
● Weight
850 g / 1 lb 14 oz
(excluding AC Adaptor)
● Accessories
Owner’s Manual
Quick Start
AC Adaptor (PSB-1U)
Special Connection Cable
Wing Bolt (M5 x 10) x 2
Sound Module Mounting Plate
● Options
Pads:
PD series, PDX series
Cymbals:
CY series
Kick Triggers: KD series
Hi-Hats: VH-11
Hi-Hat Control Pedal: FD-8
Stand: MDS- seriese
Cymbal Mount: MDY series
Phones Jack
(Stereo 1/4 inch phone type)
Pad Mount: MDH series
Mix in Jack
(stereo miniature phone type)
Acoustic Drum Trigger:
RT-10K, RT-10S, RT-10T
MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT/THRU)
Personal Drum Monitor:
PM-10, PM-30
USB Connector (for USB memory key)
V-Drums Accessory Package: DAP-3
● Output Impedance
V-Drums Mat: TDM-20, TDM-10
1.0 kΩ
● Power Supply
AC Adaptor (DC 9 V)
* In the interest of product improvement,
the specifications and/or appearance
of this unit are subject to change
without prior notice.
● Current Draw
500 mA
● Dimensions
160 (W) x 88.5 (D) x 259.5 (H) mm
6-5/16 (W) x 3-1/2 (D) x 10-1/4 (H)
inches
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Block Diagram
Drum Kit
KICK
Head
Head
SNARE
Rim
KIT/
EDIT/
Inst
KIT/
EDIT/
MIXER/
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
KIT/
EDIT/
AMB/EQ/
AMB SEND
KIT/
EDIT/
KITVOL/
Kit Volume
KIT/
EDIT/
MIXER/
Pan
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
XStick
KIT/
EDIT/
MIXER/
KITVOL/
XStick Volume
Volume
Head
TOM1
Rim
Head
TOM2
Rim
Head
TOM3
Rim
Head
HI-HAT
Rim
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Pedal
Head
CRASH1
Rim
Head
CRASH2
Rim
Head
RIDE
BELL
Rim
Rim
Head
AUX
Rim
Amb Send Level
KIT/
INST/
AMB/EQ
AMB
Amb Send Level
Ambienc
Amb Send Level
KIT
Volume
Type
Size
Wall
Mic
Shape
Level
KIT/
EDIT/
KITVOL/
Pedal HH Volume
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Inst
Volume
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
Amb Send Level
SETUP/
MIDI/
PERC/
EDIT/
Volume
Percussion
Perc Set
SETUP/
MIDI/
PERC/
EDIT/
Pan
Volume
Amb Send Level
SONG/
INFO/
Song Volume
Drum
Song
*1
KIT
Amb Send Level
*1
Others
Volume
Bass
*1 The settings of the currently selected drum kit are used.
Percussion
EXTERNAL SONG/
INFO/
Song Volume
External Song
Click
74
Volume
TEMPO/
INST/
Inst
Inst
TEMPO/
INST/
Volume
Volume
TEMPO/
INST/
Pan
kit are used.
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MIX IN
KIT/
INST/
AMB/EQ/
EQ
Equalizer
High Freq
High Gain
Low Freq
Low Gain
Volume
L/MONO
OUTPUT
R
KIT/
INST/
AMB/EQ/
AMB
Ambience
Type
Size
Wall
Mic
Shape
Level
PHONES
TD-9
Block Diagram
/
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Index
Symbols
+/- ........................................ 13–14
A
A ................................................ 37
Advanced Trigger Parameters ........ 48
AMB ........................................... 28
Amb Send Level ........................... 54
AMB/EQ ..................................... 28
Ambience .................................... 28
AMBIENCE SEND ........................ 28
Audio Files ............................. 34–35
AUX ............................................ 13
B
B ................................................ 37
Basic Trigger Parameters ............... 47
Bass Part ............................... 34, 36
Bell Shot ...................................... 23
Block Diagram ............................. 74
Bow Shot ................................ 23–24
C
CC ............................................. 54
CHAR .............................. 29, 56–57
Choking ...................................... 24
CLICK (TEMPO) ...................... 13, 40
Closed Hi-Hat .............................. 24
Copy ..................................... 30–31
Copying
Drum Kit .................................. 30
Instrument ................................. 31
Count In Play ............................... 40
CRASH2 ...................................... 13
Cross Stick .............................. 22–23
Crosstalk ..................................... 49
Cursor ......................................... 14
DELETE ............................. 29, 56–57
Deleting
Backup data ............................. 59
Quick Rec data ......................... 59
Display Contrast ..................... 15, 55
DRUM ......................................... 36
Drum Instrument ............................ 67
DRUM KIT .................................... 22
Drum Kit ...................................... 22
Drum Part .............................. 34, 36
E
Edge Shot ............................... 23–24
EQ ............................................. 28
Equalizer ..................................... 28
EXIT ............................................ 13
EXTERNAL SONG ........................ 35
F
Factory Reset ................................
Fixed Hi-Hat .................................
Formatting
USB Memory Key ......................
Function Buttons (F1/F2/F3) .... 12,
60
26
60
14
G
Group ......................................... 25
H
Cursor Buttons ( / / / ) ... 12, 14
Curve .......................................... 47
Cymbal Size ................................ 26
Head Tuning ........................... 25–26
HH Closed (Bow) .......................... 32
HH Closed (Edge) ......................... 32
HH Compatibility .......................... 53
HH Note# Border ......................... 53
HH Open (Bow) ........................... 32
HH Open (Edge) .......................... 32
HH Pedal ..................................... 32
High Freq .................................... 28
High Gain ................................... 28
Hi-Hat Type ................................. 49
D
I
DC IN ......................................... 13
Decay ................................... 26, 54
Default Trigger Type ..................... 61
INSERT ............................. 29, 56–57
INST ........................................... 25
Inst ....................................... 25, 40
76
Instrument .............................. 25, 54
Interval ......................................... 40
K
KIT ............................................... 13
Kit Volume .................................... 27
L
LCD Contrast .................................
Length ..........................................
Level ............................................
Loading
Backup data ..............................
Quick Rec data ..........................
Local Control ................................
LOOP ...........................................
Low Freq ......................................
Low Gain .....................................
55
37
28
58
58
52
37
28
28
M
Mask Time .................................... 49
Mesh Pad ..................................... 19
Metronome ............................ 15, 40
Metronome’s sound ....................... 40
Mic .............................................. 28
MIDI ............................... 32, 51, 72
MIDI IN ........................................ 13
MIDI OUT/THRU ........................... 13
MIX IN .................................. 13, 38
MIXER .......................................... 27
Muffling ................................. 25–26
MUTE ........................................... 12
Mute ............................................ 36
N
Name ..........................................
Naming
Backup name ............................
Drum Kit ...................................
Quick Rec data ..........................
Note Chase ..................................
NOTE NUMBER ............................
Note Number ...............................
37
56
29
57
51
32
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Index
O
S
ONESHOT ..................................
Open Hi-Hat ................................
OTHERS ......................................
Others Part ............................ 34,
OUTPUT ......................................
37
24
36
36
13
P
Pad Switch ..................................
PAN ...........................................
Pan ....................................... 40,
PD-105 .......................................
PD-85 .........................................
Pedal HH Volume .........................
PedalCC ......................................
PERC ...........................................
Percussion Instruments ...................
Percussion Part ....................... 34,
Percussion Set ..............................
PHONES .....................................
Pitch ..................................... 26,
55
27
54
19
19
27
53
36
54
36
54
13
54
........................................ 12
Playback
Quick Rec data .........................
Song ................................. 15,
Playing
Quick Rec data .........................
Song .......................................
POWER .......................................
Preview .......................................
Preview Velocity ...........................
42
35
42
35
12
15
55
Q
QUICK PLAY ................................
Quick Play ...................................
QUICK REC .................................
Quick Rec ....................................
Quick Rec Click ............................
12
41
12
41
40
R
Repeat ........................................
Retrig Cancel ...............................
Rim Gain .....................................
Rim Shot ......................................
RimShot Adj .................................
Rx PC ..........................................
37
48
49
23
49
51
Save ...........................................
Saving
Backup data .............................
Quick Rec data .........................
Saving your settings ......................
SCOPE ........................................
Scope .........................................
SEND ..........................................
Sensitivity ....................................
SETUP .........................................
Shape .........................................
SHIFT ..........................................
Size ............................................
Soft Thru ......................................
SONG ........................................
Song Information ..........................
Song Settings ...............................
Song Volume ...............................
Sustain ........................................
Switch .........................................
W
14
Wall ............................................ 28
56
57
14
13
43
28
47
13
28
13
28
52
12
37
37
37
26
28
X
XSTICK ................................... 22–23
Xstick ........................................... 32
XStick Threshold ............................ 27
XStick Volume ............................... 27
XTalk Cancel ................................. 49
Z
ZOOM - ....................................... 43
ZOOM + ...................................... 43
T
Tempo .............................. 36–37, 40
Threshold ..................................... 47
Time Signature ....................... 37, 40
Total Time .................................... 37
TRIG TYPE ................................... 46
Trig Type ................................ 47–48
TRIGGER IN ................................. 13
TRIGGER INPUT ........................... 13
Trigger Type ................................ 46
Tx PC .......................................... 51
Tx/Rx Channel ............................. 51
Type ..................................... 28, 37
U
USB ............................................ 13
USB Memory Key .... 7, 13, 34–35, 56
V
VALUE Dial ..................................
VALUE dial ..................................
VH-11 .........................................
VOLUME ............................... 12,
Volume .................................. 40,
13
14
50
27
54
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78
For EU Countries
For the U.K.
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
For the USA
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
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 interferenc e 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
television 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:
– 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.
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.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B limit.
Any unauthorized changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
For Canada
NOTICE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
AVIS
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
For C.A. US (Proposition 65)
WARNING
This product contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, including lead.
For China
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