Roland TD-12 Percussion Sound Module Owner's Manual

Roland TD-12 Percussion Sound Module Owner's Manual
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Johannesbourg,
SOUTH AFRICA
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FAX: (011) 403 1234
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HONG KONG
Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd.
Service Division
22-32 Pun Shan Street, Tsuen
Wan, New Territories,
HONG KONG
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8th Floor, Railway Plaza, 39
Chatham Road South, T.S.T,
Kowloon, HONG KONG
TEL: 2333 1863
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339 Gil J. Puyat Avenue
Makati, Metro Manila 1200,
PHILIPPINES
TEL: (02) 899 9801
JUAN Bansbach Instrumentos
Musicales
Ave.1. Calle 11, Apartado 10237,
San Jose, COSTA RICA
TEL: 258-0211
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Ground Floor
Maritime Plaza
Barataria Trinidad W.I.
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Lilleaker N-0216 Oslo
NORWAY
TEL: 2273 0074
SWEE LEE MUSIC
COMPANY PTE. LTD.
150 Sims Drive,
SINGAPORE 387381
TEL: 6846-3676
Zeelandia Music Center Inc.
Orionweg 30
Curacao, Netherland Antilles
TEL:(305)5926866
Todo Musica S.A.
Francisco Acuna de Figueroa
1771
C.P.: 11.800
Montevideo, URUGUAY
TEL: (02) 924-2335
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#02-2148, SINGAPORE 489980
TEL: 6243-9555
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ROLAND TAIWAN
ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.
Room 5, 9fl. No. 112 Chung
Shan N.Road Sec.2, Taipei,
TAIWAN, R.O.C.
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Instrumentos Fernando Giraldez
Calle Proyecto Central No.3
Ens.La Esperilla
Santo Domingo,
Dominican Republic
TEL:(809) 683 0305
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Mas Musika
Rumichaca 822 y Zaruma
Guayaquil - Ecuador
TEL:(593-4)2302364
THAILAND
EL SALVADOR
Theera Music Co. , Ltd.
330 Verng NakornKasem, Soi 2,
Bangkok 10100, THAILAND
TEL: (02) 2248821
OMNI MUSIC
75 Avenida Norte y Final
Alameda Juan Pablo II,
Edificio No.4010 San Salvador,
EL SALVADOR
TEL: 262-0788
VIETNAM
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Suite DP-8
40 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan Street
Hochiminh City, VIETNAM
TEL: (08) 930-1969
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AUSTRALIA/
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For New Zealand
Tel: (09) 3098 715
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ARGENTINA
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ARGENTINA
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Guatemala
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A&B Music Supplies LTD
12 Webster Industrial Park
Wildey, St.Michael, Barbados
TEL: (246)430-1100
Bansbach Instrumentos
Musicales Nicaragua
Altamira D'Este Calle Principal
de la Farmacia 5ta.Avenida
1 Cuadra al Lago.#503
Managua, Nicaragua
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PANAMA
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CHILE
PARAGUAY
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Rut.: 96.919.420-1
Nataniel Cox #739, 4th Floor
Santiago - Centro, CHILE
TEL: (02) 688-9540
Distribuidora De
Instrumentos Musicales
J.E. Olear y ESQ. Manduvira
Asuncion PARAGUAY
TEL: (595) 21 492147
COLOMBIA
PERU
Centro Musical Ltda.
Cra 43 B No 25 A 41 Bododega 9
Medellin, Colombia
TEL: (574)3812529
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Distribuciones Musicales SAC
Juan Fanning 530
Miraflores
Lima - Peru
TEL: (511) 4461388
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Instrumentos Musicales
Allegro,C.A.
Av.las industrias edf.Guitar
import
#7 zona Industrial de Turumo
Caracas, Venezuela
TEL: (212) 244-1122
EUROPE
AUSTRIA
Roland Elektronische
Musikinstrumente HmbH.
Austrian Office
Eduard-Bodem-Gasse 8,
A-6020 Innsbruck, AUSTRIA
TEL: (0512) 26 44 260
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CZ-198 00 Praha 9,
CZECH REP.
TEL: (2) 666 10529
DENMARK
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Nordhavnsvej 7, Postbox 880,
DK-2100 Copenhagen
DENMARK
TEL: 3916 6200
FINLAND
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Finland
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FIN-01510 Vantaa, FINLAND
TEL: (0)9 68 24 020
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Musikinstrumente HmbH.
Oststrasse 96, 22844
Norderstedt, GERMANY
TEL: (040) 52 60090
GREECE
STOLLAS S.A.
Music Sound Light
155, New National Road
Patras 26442, GREECE
TEL: 2610 435400
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Warehouse Area ‘DEPO’ Pf.83
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HUNGARY
TEL: (23) 511011
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Avenue, Dublin 12
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ITALY
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Viale delle Industrie 8,
20020 Arese, Milano, ITALY
TEL: (02) 937-78300
POLAND
MX MUSIC SP.Z.O.O.
UL. Gibraltarska 4.
PL-03664 Warszawa POLAND
TEL: (022) 679 44 19
PORTUGAL
KUWAIT
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& SONS CO.
Abdullah Salem Street,
Safat, KUWAIT
TEL: 243-6399
LEBANON
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Portugal Office
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4050-465, Porto, PORTUGAL
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Beirut, LEBANON
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ROMANIA
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POSTAL CODE 113
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RUSSIA
Al Emadi Co. (Badie Studio &
Stores)
P.O. Box 62, Doha, QATAR
TEL: 4423-554
MuTek
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107 564 Moscow, RUSSIA
TEL: (095) 169 5043
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SWITZERLAND
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Landstrasse 5, Postfach,
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SWITZERLAND
TEL: (061) 927-8383
Owner’s Manual
SOUTH AFRICA
When you need repair service, call your nearest Roland Service Center or authorized Roland
distributor in your country as shown below.
Owner’s Manual
We’d like to take a moment to thank you for purchasing the Roland Percussion Sound Module TD-12.
201b
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” (p. 2), “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” (p. 3), and “IMPORTANT NOTES”
(p. 5). 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, Owner’s manual should be read in its
entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
P.O.Box 2154, Alkhobar 31952
SAUDI ARABIA
TEL: (03) 898 2081
SYRIA
Technical Light & Sound
Center
Rawda, Abdul Qader Jazairi St.
Bldg. No. 21, P.O.BOX 13520,
Damascus, SYRIA
TEL: (011) 223-5384
TURKEY
Ant Muzik Aletleri Ithalat Ve
Ihracat Ltd Sti
Siraselviler Caddesi
Siraselviler Pasaji No:74/20
Taksim - Istanbul, TURKEY
TEL: (0212) 2449624
UKRAINE
TIC-TAC
Mira Str. 19/108
P.O. Box 180
295400 Munkachevo,
UKRAINE
TEL: (03131) 414-40
U.A.E.
UNITED KINGDOM
Roland (U.K.) Ltd.
Atlantic Close, Swansea
Enterprise Park, SWANSEA
SA7 9FJ,
UNITED KINGDOM
TEL: (01792) 702701
Zak Electronics & Musical
Instruments Co. L.L.C.
Zabeel Road, Al Sherooq Bldg.,
No. 14, Grand Floor, Dubai,
U.A.E.
TEL: (04) 3360715
NORTH AMERICA
MIDDLE EAST
CANADA
BAHRAIN
Moon Stores
No.16, Bab Al Bahrain Avenue,
P.O.Box 247, Manama 304,
State of BAHRAIN
TEL: 17 211 005
CYPRUS
Radex Sound Equipment Ltd.
17, Diagorou Street, Nicosia,
CYPRUS
TEL: (022) 66-9426
IRAN
MOCO INC.
No.41 Nike St., Dr.Shariyati Ave.,
Roberoye Cerahe Mirdamad
Tehran, IRAN
TEL: (021) 285-4169
ISRAEL
Roland Canada Music Ltd.
(Head Office)
5480 Parkwood Way
Richmond B. C., V6V 2M4
CANADA
TEL: (604) 270 6626
Roland Canada Music Ltd.
(Toronto Office)
170 Admiral Boulevard
Mississauga On L5T 2N6
CANADA
TEL: (905) 362 9707
U. S. A.
Roland Corporation U.S.
5100 S. Eastern Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90040-2938,
U. S. A.
TEL: (323) 890 3700
Halilit P. Greenspoon & Sons
Ltd.
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Tel-Aviv-Yafo ISRAEL
TEL: (03) 6823666
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
For EU Countries
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
ATTENTION: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE PAS OUVRIR
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - When using electric products, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
8.
9.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
For the U.K.
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
GREEN-AND-YELLOW: EARTH, 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 GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the
letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
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.
Danger of explosion if battery is
incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Apparatus containing
Lithium batteries
ADVARSEL!
VARNING
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved
fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af
samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til
leverandøren.
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en
ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av
apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt
fabrikantens instruktion.
ADVARSEL
VAROITUS
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av
batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en
tilsvarende type anbefalt av
apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til
fabrikantens instruks joner.
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on
virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan
laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo
valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of European Directives EMC 89/336/EEC and LVD 73/23/EEC.
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 interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
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.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
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.
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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.
001
•
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.
to damage or
caused with
and all its
to domestic
Before using this unit, make sure to read the
instructions below, and the Owner’s Manual.
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.
008a
•
................................................................................................
001-50
•
Connect mains plug of this model to a mains
socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
................................................................................................
008e
•
................................................................................................
002a
•
Do not open or perform any internal modifications
on the unit.
................................................................................................
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.
•
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.
Use only the attached power-supply cord. Also,
the supplied power cord must not be used with
any other device.
................................................................................................
009
•
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!
................................................................................................
010
•
................................................................................................
004
The unit should be connected to a power supply
only of the type described in the operating instructions, or as marked on the bottom of unit.
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.
................................................................................................
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.
................................................................................................
................................................................................................
007
•
Make sure you always have the unit placed so it is
level and sure to remain stable. Never place it on
stands that could wobble, or on inclined surfaces.
................................................................................................
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•
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Immediately turn the power off, remove the power
cord 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 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.
101a
•
................................................................................................
102b
•
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.
014
Protect the unit from strong impact.
(Do not drop it!)
................................................................................................
015
•
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.
................................................................................................
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.
................................................................................................
026
•
Do not put anything that contains water (e.g.,
flower vases) on this unit. Also, avoid the use of
insecticides, perfumes, alcohol, nail polish, spray
cans, etc., near the unit. Swiftly wipe away any
liquid that spills on the unit using a dry, soft cloth.
................................................................................................
At regular intervals, you should unplug the power
plug 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.
................................................................................................
104
•
................................................................................................
•
Always grasp only the plug on the power-supply
cord when plugging into, or unplugging from, an
outlet or this unit.
................................................................................................
103a
•
................................................................................................
013
•
The unit should be located so that its location or
position does not interfere with its 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.
................................................................................................
106
•
Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on
the unit.
................................................................................................
107b
•
Never handle the power cord or its plugs with wet
hands when plugging into, or unplugging from, an
outlet or this unit.
................................................................................................
108a
•
Before moving the unit, disconnect the power plug
from the outlet, and pull out all cords from
external devices.
................................................................................................
109a
•
Before cleaning the unit, turn off the power and
unplug the power cord from the outlet.
................................................................................................
110a
•
Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning
in your area, pull the plug on the power cord out
of the outlet.
................................................................................................
118a
•
Should you remove screws from the bottom panel
of the unit (p. 16), keep them 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
291b
In addition to the items listed under “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” and “USING THE UNIT
SAFELY” on pages 2–4, please read and observe the following:
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.
• 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,
non-abrasive detergent. Afterwards, be sure to wipe the
unit thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
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.
308
• Although the LCD and LEDs are switched off when the
POWER switch is switched off, this does not mean that the
unit has been completely disconnected from the source of
power. If you need to turn off the power completely, first
turn off the POWER switch, then unplug the power cord
from the power outlet. For this reason, the outlet into
which you choose to connect the power cord’s plug should
be one that is within easy reach and readily accessible.
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.
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 in another
MIDI device (e.g., a sequencer), 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.
Memory Backup
501b
• This unit contains a battery which powers the unit’s
memory circuits while the main power is off. When this
battery becomes weak, the message shown below will
appear in the display. Once you see this message, have the
battery replaced with a fresh one as soon as possible to
avoid the loss of all data in memory. To have the battery
replaced, consult with your retailer, the nearest Roland
Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as
listed on the “Information” page.
“Backup Battery Low!”
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.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
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 in another MIDI device
(e.g., a sequencer).
552
• Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents
of data that was stored in the unit’s memory or in another
MIDI device (e.g., a sequencer) 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.
557
• A small amount of heat will radiate from the unit during
normal operation.
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).
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.
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
• Use a cable from Roland to make the connection. If using
some other make of connection cable, please note the
following precautions.
• 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.
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Contents
USING THE UNIT SAFELY ........................................................................3
IMPORTANT NOTES..................................................................................5
Features ...................................................................................................11
Panel Descriptions ..................................................................................13
Top Panel............................................................................................................................. 13
Rear Panel ........................................................................................................................... 15
Setting Up the Kit ....................................................................................16
Mounting the TD-12 on the Stand ................................................................................... 16
Connecting the Pads and Pedals...................................................................................... 17
Connecting Headphones, Audio Equipment, Amps, or Other Gear ......................... 18
Turning On/Off the Power .............................................................................................. 19
Connecting the Hi-Hat (VH-11) and Setting the “VH Offset” .................................... 20
Connecting the Hi-Hat ............................................................................................................................ 20
Adjusting the Offset ................................................................................................................................. 20
Adjusting Mesh Head Tension ........................................................................................ 21
Adjusting the PD-105 Head Tension ..................................................................................................... 21
Adjusting the PD-85 Head Tension ....................................................................................................... 21
Playing Methods ......................................................................................22
Pad (PD-105/PD-85).......................................................................................................... 22
Change the Nuance of the Rim Shot...................................................................................................... 22
Brush Sweeps ............................................................................................................................................ 22
Cymbal (CY-12R/C) .......................................................................................................... 22
Choke Play................................................................................................................................................. 23
Positional Sensing..................................................................................................................................... 23
Hi-Hat (VH-11/VH-12)..................................................................................................... 23
Button Operation and Displays..............................................................24
Saving Your Settings.......................................................................................................... 24
Buttons, Sliders, Dial and Knobs ..................................................................................... 24
Cursor .................................................................................................................................. 24
Function Buttons ([F1]–[F5])............................................................................................. 24
Changing Data Values....................................................................................................... 24
Choosing Pads from the TD-12’s Top Panel .................................................................. 25
Convenient [PREVIEW] Functions ........................................................................................................ 25
How to Play Patterns......................................................................................................... 25
How to Turn the Metronome (Click) On/Off................................................................ 25
How to Adjust the Tempo ................................................................................................ 26
Adjusting the Display Contrast ....................................................................................... 26
About the Display in the Upper Right of the Screen .................................................... 26
Group Faders ...................................................................................................................... 26
Listening to the Demo Song...................................................................27
Changing the Drum Kits................................................................................................... 27
Changing the Volume Balance......................................................................................... 27
Muting the Performance of the Backing Instruments and Drums ............................. 27
Turning the Metronome (Click) On/Off ........................................................................ 27
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Contents
Useful Functions to Know ......................................................................28
About the Preset Drum Kits ............................................................................................. 28
Playing Patterns to Check Drum Kit Tones ................................................................... 28
Restoring Edited Drum Kits to the Factory Default Settings ...................................... 28
Restoring All Settings to the Factory Settings ...................................................................................... 28
Restoring the Factory Settings to Individual Kits................................................................................ 28
Playing Back Patterns by Striking the Pads (Pad Pattern Function) .......................... 29
Stopping Playback of the Pattern Being Played................................................................................... 29
Disabling the Pad Pattern Function....................................................................................................... 29
Striking a Pad to Switch the Drum Kits (Pad Switch Function).................................. 29
Enabling Cross Sticks ........................................................................................................ 29
Playing Along with Patterns ............................................................................................ 29
Choosing a Pattern ................................................................................................................................... 29
Muting a Specific Part.............................................................................................................................. 29
Chapter 1. Drum Kit Settings [KIT] ........................................................30
Choosing a Drum Kit......................................................................................................... 30
About the “DRUM KIT” Screen ............................................................................................................. 30
Selecting a Drum Kit from the List [F1 (LIST)] .............................................................. 31
Kit Parameters [F2 (FUNC)] ............................................................................................. 31
Adjusting the Volume [F1 (VOLUME)] ................................................................................................ 31
Assigning a Tempo for Each Kit [F2 (TEMPO)]................................................................................... 31
Playing Brushes [F3 (BRUSH)] ............................................................................................................... 32
Disabling the Pad Pattern Function [F4 (PAD PTN)] ......................................................................... 32
Naming a Drum Kit [F3 (NAME)]................................................................................... 32
Effects On and Off Switches [F4 (FX SW)] ..................................................................... 32
Playing Cross Stick [F5 (XSTICK)]................................................................................... 32
Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST] ........................................33
Choosing a Pad to Edit...................................................................................................... 33
Choose by Hitting a Pad.......................................................................................................................... 33
Choose with the Buttons ......................................................................................................................... 33
Lock the Pad You are Editing (TRIG LOCK) [SHIFT] + [RIM] ......................................................... 33
Assign an Instrument to a Pad......................................................................................... 33
Selecting an Instrument from the List [F1 (LIST)]......................................................... 34
Editing Drum Sounds [F2 (EDIT)]................................................................................... 34
Editing an Acoustic Drum Kit (V-EDIT)............................................................................................... 34
Editing Other Instruments ...................................................................................................................... 34
Editing Procedure..................................................................................................................................... 34
Using the Compressor and EQ [F3 (COMP/EQ)]......................................................... 36
Using Pads/Pedal as Controllers [F4 (CONTROL)]..................................................... 37
Playing a Pattern by Hitting a Pad (Pad Pattern) [F1 (PATTERN)].................................................. 37
Changing the Pitch with the Hi-Hat Pedal [F2 (PDLBEND)] ............................................................ 38
MIDI Settings for Each Pad [F3 (MIDI)]................................................................................................ 38
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by Hi-Hat [F4 (HH MIDI)]........................................................... 38
MIDI Note Number transmitted by Brush Sweep/Cross Stick [F5 (BR MIDI)] ............................. 38
Chapter 3. Mixer Settings .......................................................................39
Mixer Parameters [MIXER] .............................................................................................. 39
Using Group Faders to Edit (MIX EDIT) .............................................................................................. 39
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Contents
Chapter 4. Effect Settings.......................................................................40
Effects On and Off Switches [KIT] - [F4 (FX SW)]......................................................... 40
Using the Compressor and EQ [INST] - [F3 (COMP/EQ)].......................................... 40
Compressor (COMP) ............................................................................................................................... 41
Equalizer (EQ)........................................................................................................................................... 41
Ambience [AMBIENCE] ................................................................................................... 42
Multi-Effects [SHIFT] + [AMBIENCE]............................................................................ 42
Multi-Effects Parameters ......................................................................................................................... 43
Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER].................................................44
Selecting the Pad Type [F1 (BANK)]............................................................................... 44
Trigger Inputs and Pad/Playing Methods corresponding chart ...................................................... 44
Setting the Pad Sensitivity [F2 (BASIC)]......................................................................... 45
Pad Sensitivity .......................................................................................................................................... 45
Minimum level for the pad (Threshold) ............................................................................................... 45
How Playing Dynamics Changes the Volume (Velocity Curve) ...................................................... 45
Hi-Hat Settings [F3 (HI-HAT)]......................................................................................... 46
Connecting the VH-11 and Adjusting the TD-12................................................................................. 47
Connecting the VH-12 and Adjusting the TD-12................................................................................. 48
Connecting and Setting the Hi-Hat Control Pedal (FD Series).......................................................... 48
Eliminate Crosstalk Between Pads [F4 (XTALK)] ......................................................... 49
Advanced Trigger Parameters [F5 (ADVANCE)]......................................................... 50
Trigger Signal Detection Time (Scan Time).......................................................................................... 50
Detecting Trigger Signal Attenuation (Retrigger Cancel) .................................................................. 50
Double Triggering Prevention (Mask Time) ........................................................................................ 51
Rim/Edge Dynamic Response (Rim Gain)........................................................................................... 51
Rim Shots Response (Rim Shot Adjust) ................................................................................................ 51
Cross Stick Threshold (XStick Thrshld) ................................................................................................ 51
Playing Bow, Bell, and Edge (3-Way Triggering)................................................................................ 52
Naming a Trigger Bank [F5 (Name)]..................................................................................................... 52
Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)...........................................................53
Basic Operation .................................................................................................................. 53
Choosing a Pattern [PATTERN] ...................................................................................... 54
About the “PATTERN” screen ............................................................................................................... 54
Select a Pattern from the List [F1 (LIST)]........................................................................ 54
Playing Back a Pattern [PLAY] ........................................................................................ 54
Tempo Adjustment ............................................................................................................ 55
Setting the Tempo by Hitting a Pad (Tap Tempo) .............................................................................. 55
Synchronizing with an External MIDI Device ..................................................................................... 55
Part Settings [F2 (PART)] .................................................................................................. 56
Make Settings for the Backing Part [F1 (BACKING)] ......................................................................... 56
Master Tuning........................................................................................................................................... 56
Percussion Part Settings [F2 (PERC)] .................................................................................................... 57
Percussion Set Settings ............................................................................................................................ 57
Volume/Pan Settings for Each Part [F3 (MIXER)] .............................................................................. 59
Reverb Settings for Backing Parts [F3 (MIXER)] - [F4 (REVERB)] .................................................... 59
Muting a Specific Part [F5 (MUTE)] ...................................................................................................... 60
Pattern Settings [F3 (FUNC)]............................................................................................ 60
Time Signature/Number of Measures/Tempo Settings [F1 (SETUP)]............................................ 60
Choosing a Playback Method [F2 (TYPE)] ........................................................................................... 61
Confirming the Usage Status of the TD-12’s Internal Memory [F3 (MEMORY)] ........................... 61
Naming a Pattern [F5 (NAME)] ............................................................................................................. 62
Starting and Stopping the Metronome (Click) On/Off................................................ 62
Using a Indicator as a Click (Tempo Indicator)............................................................. 62
Setting the Click ................................................................................................................. 63
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Contents
Chapter 7. Sequencer (Recording/Editing) ...........................................64
Recording a Pattern [REC]................................................................................................ 64
How to Record .......................................................................................................................................... 64
Checking the Tones and Phrases During Recording (Rehearsal)...................................................... 66
Editing a Pattern [F4 (EDIT)]............................................................................................ 67
Copying a Pattern [F1 (COPY)] .............................................................................................................. 67
Connecting Two Patterns [F2 (APPEND)]............................................................................................ 68
Erasing a pattern [F3 (ERASE)] .............................................................................................................. 68
Deleting a Pattern [F4 (DELETE)] .......................................................................................................... 69
Chapter 8. Copy Function [COPY] .........................................................70
About Copied Settings............................................................................................................................. 71
Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP] ................................72
MIDI Settings and Operations [F1 (MIDI)] .................................................................... 72
Setting the MIDI Channels for Each Part [F1 (MIDI CH)].................................................................. 72
MIDI Settings for the Entire TD-12 [F2 (GLOBAL)]............................................................................ 72
MIDI Messages for Detailed Performance Expressions [F3 (CTRL)]................................................ 74
Switching Drum Kits via MIDI (Program Change) [F4 (PROG)]...................................................... 74
Saving Data to an external MIDI Device (Bulk Dump) [F5 (BULK)]................................................ 75
Selecting Output Destinations [F2 (OUTPUT)] ............................................................. 76
Output Destination for the Drum Instruments.................................................................................... 76
Output Destination for the Sequencer Parts/Metronome Click/
Sound Input from MIX IN [F2 (OTHER)] ............................................................................................. 76
Setting the Switches [F3 (CONTROL)] ........................................................................... 76
Using Pads as Switches [F1 (PAD SW)] ................................................................................................ 76
PREVIEW Button Velocity [F2 (PREVIEW)] ........................................................................................ 77
Adjusting the Display Contrast [F3 (LCD)].......................................................................................... 77
Checking the TD-12’s Internal Program Version [F5 (VERSION)] ................................................... 77
Synchronizing Images to a TD-12 Performance [F4 (V-LINK)] .................................. 78
What is V-LINK? ...................................................................................................................................... 78
Connection Examples .............................................................................................................................. 78
Using V-LINK ........................................................................................................................................... 78
Restoring the Factory Settings [F5 (F RESET)]............................................................... 79
Chapter 10. Drum Kit Chain [CHAIN] .....................................................80
Creating a Drum Kit Chain .............................................................................................. 80
Naming a Drum Kit Chain [F5 (NAME)] ............................................................................................. 81
Playing with a Drum Kit Chain ....................................................................................... 81
Messages and Error Messages ..............................................................82
Preset Drum Kit List ................................................................................84
Preset Pattern List...................................................................................86
Drum Instrument List ..............................................................................88
Preset Percussion Set List .....................................................................92
Backing Instrument List..........................................................................94
MIDI Implementation Chart .....................................................................96
Specifications ..........................................................................................98
Block Diagram .......................................................................................100
Index .......................................................................................................102
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Improved Expression and
Tone Quality Rivalling
Acoustic Drum Sounds
The TD-12 incorporates a newly developed sound generating
engine that is based on COSM technology and is designed
specifically for use in modeling drum sounds. The velocity,
position, and interval of each hit (p. 34) is detected precisely to
achieve richly detailed and dynamic expression almost exactly
like real acoustic drums. Using the PD-125, PD-105, and PD-85
pads gives you the superior feel and response that mesh heads
provide, while tonal changes can be achieved by striking the
head at different points and by changing the part of the stick
you use when making rim shots (p. 91).
* COSM (Composite Object Sound Modeling) is a Roland
technology combining multiple sound modeling processes to
create new sounds hots.
* Positional detection is possible on snare drums (head/rim),
toms (rim) and ride cymbals (bow).
560 Drum Sounds, 262
Backup Instrument Sounds
The TD-12 provides a wealth of high-quality instrument
sounds covering every type of music. This module faithfully
reproduces the great power and density of the kick, snare, and
tom drums sounds. Delicate reverberations and lush sustain
from the cymbals lend greater presence to your performances.
The TD-12 even includes splash and Chinese cymbal sounds,
which are now indispensable in popular music (p. 88).
Drummer-Friendly Interface
You will enjoy the fact you can create your sound with the
TD-12 just as you would with acoustic drums, selecting and
tuning heads, muffling (muting) as you play, and so on.
Furthermore, the parameters you set and their corresponding
images are displayed using graphics and icons, for settings
that are easy and intuitive to make.
Overview
Features
Use Up to Twelve Pads
Simultaneously
With the ability to handle up to twelve pads simultaneously,
the TD-12 can thus be used in large-scale setups. In addition,
the TD-12 lets you switch drum kits with the pads (Pad
Switch; p. 76) and use the pads to play back patterns (Pad
Pattern; p. 37), which, along with its many other advanced
functions, gives you plenty of room to expand.
Simulate Drum Kits Up to the
Point You Actually Start
Making Sounds
You can simulate sounds at all stages of the creative process,
from selecting the raw drum sounds to making the ambience
settings to adding effects and mixing, for flexible use even in
recording and live performances. The even more powerful VEditing doesn’t merely let you select basic sonic material and
set adjustments like muffling, it gives you the freedom to edit
your sounds in a wide variety of ways, including changing
cymbal sizes, adding sizzles, adjusting the snare buzz
resonance, and more (p. 34). You can then save configurations
of settings as drum kits which can be called up immediately
whenever needed.
V-Hi-Hat Compatibility
By including the VH-11 V-Hi-Hat, which features a singlepiece construction, you can perform with a natural feel. Using
the VH-12 two-piece hi-hat, you can add pressure to the pedal
when the hi-hat is closed to create further changes in the tone
(p. 23).
Perform Using Brushes
The TD-12 can be used with the brush-capable PD-125, PD105, and PD-85 pads (only nylon brushes can be used with
these pads) (p. 32).
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Features
Includes Specially Selected
Drum Effects
The three-band equalizer and compressor can be used with
each of the head and rim instruments assigned to the 1–12
trigger inputs (p. 40). Also included are flanger, chorus, delay,
phaser, and other multi-effects that can be applied to the
entire kit (p. 42). The TD-12 also features an Ambience
function, which lets you control the “performance
environment” through adjustments to room size, wall
materials, ambience mic position, and other factors (p. 42).
Functions For Stage
The group faders are located on the top panel so you can make
quick volume adjustments as needed during performances (p.
26). The TD-12 also offers superior functionality and
operability. For example, you can call up drum kits in any
desired order (Drum Kit Chain, p. 80), the +/- buttons are
large enough to be pressed with a drum stick, you can route
the click sound so that it is output only through the
headphones (p. 76), and there’s even an audio input for
monitoring (MIX IN jack). The MIX EDIT function allows you
to edit the volume, Ambience send level, and other levels
instantly with the group faders (p. 39).
Easy-To-Use Sequencer
Tasks like playing back patterns and recording pad
performances and hi-hat control adjustments are a snap. In
addition to the drums, preset backing patterns featuring four
backing parts and percussion parts allow you to practice
ensemble, while using a MIDI keyboard or other such input
further allows you to create your own backing patterns.
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Advanced Tempo Functions
You can check the indicator to confirm each kit’s preset tempo
before calling out the count (p. 62). You can also set pattern
and click tempos to the tempo at which you tap the pads (Tap
Tempo; p. 55).
MIDI Sound Module
Potentials
The TD-12 includes percussion sets allowing the unit to be
used as a dedicated rhythm sound module. In addition to
twelve types of drum sound modules for use with pads, the
dedicated percussion note map allows you to make use of 128
different instrument sounds simultaneously.
V-LINK function
V-LINK (
) is a function that allows music and
images to be performed together. By using MIDI to connect
two or more V-LINK compatible devices, you can easily enjoy
performing a wide range of visual effects that are linked to the
expressive elements of a music performance. By using the TD12 and Edirol DV-7PR together, connected pads can be used to
switch the Edirol DV-7PR’s images (clips/palettes) (p. 78).
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Overview
Panel Descriptions
Top Panel
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1
3
2
14
15
16
17
4
5
6
8
7
11
9
18
19
20
12
13
10
21
22
1. Trigger Indicator
This lights up each time a trigger signal is received from a
pad. It monitors the pad connection and is helpful when
customizing trigger parameters.
2. LED Display
Displays the Kit number (currently selected drum kit).
3. Graphic Display
During normal performance, you see the kit name and
other information. When editing, relative graphics and
text will appear depending on the edit mode you are in.
4. CHAIN Button
A Chain allows you to set up a customized order for
playing your kits. There are 16 Chains (32 steps each).
Chains can be named also (p. 80).
5. SETUP (COPY) Button
For access to functions that affect the TD-12 globally,
such as MIDI parameters etc. (p. 72)
You can copy drum kit, instrument, and other settings by
pressing this button together with the SHIFT button (p.
70).
* In this owner’s manual, this will be referred to as “the display.”
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Panel Descriptions
6. TRIGGER Button
For access to trigger parameters (p. 44).
7. EXIT Button
Press this to return to the previous screen. Repeated
pressing takes you back to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
8. F1–F5 Buttons (Function Buttons)
These buttons change their function depending on the
contents of the display. The lower part of the display will
indicate the function of each button (p. 24).
9. SHIFT Button
Used in combination with other buttons. How this
functions is explained in respective parts of this manual.
10. GROUP FADERS
The faders are switchable, allowing you to adjust the
volume of the kick, snare, toms, hi-hat, cymbals,
percussion and backing instruments, and the click sound
(p. 26).
11. SEQUENCER
These provide access to and control of sequencer
functions (pattern playback/recording, Percussion set)
etc. (p. 53, p. 64)
12. DRUM KIT
These buttons take you to the screens for creating or
editing a drum kit. (p. 33, p. 39, p. 40).
13. KIT Button
One touch brings you back to the basic display screen. It
works from any Edit mode as well.
14. MIX IN Knob
Adjusts the level of the audio source connected to the
MIX IN jack. This sound is output from the MASTER
OUT jacks and/or the PHONES jack. Other possibilities
(p. 76).
15. PHONES Knob
Adjusts the headphone volume. Plugging in headphones
does not affect the master output (like other audio
device.)
16. MASTER Knob
Adjusts the volume of the MASTER OUT jacks.
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17. CURSOR (TRIG) Buttons
Used to move the cursor in the display (p. 24).
You can select the pad (trigger number) you want to
make settings for by pressing this button together with
the SHIFT button. You can also use the PREVIEW button
to check the sound of the instrument assigned to the
selected pad.
* When you connect a pad to the TD-12, you can then tap the
pad to select it as the pad for which settings are made.
18. VALUE Dial
This dial functions like the + and - buttons. Use it to scroll
quickly or make large changes in edited values (p. 24).
19. RIM (TRIG LOCK) Button
Press this to select the rim of a pad. (RIM button lights.)
(p. 25).
By pressing this button together with the SHIFT button,
you can prevent the screen from being switched
inadvertently even if you hit another pad when editing
instruments (Trigger Lock; p. 33).
20. PREVIEW Button
This button allows you to audition an instrument after
you have chosen it with the CURSOR (TRIG) buttons or
after you have played a pad/pedal (p. 25).
21. + Button, - Button
These buttons are used to switch drum kits or to change
values when editing. The + button increases the value,
and the - button decreases it (p. 24). You can also use the
tip of your drum stick to press them.
* Never hit them with a stick as this can cause malfunctions.
22. PHONES Jack
A pair of stereo headphones can be connected to this jack.
Connecting the headphones will not mute the output
from the MASTER OUT jacks (p. 18).
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Panel Descriptions
Overview
Rear Panel
fig.rear_50
1
2
3
4
1. POWER Switch
This switch turns the power on/off.
2. AC Inlet
Connect the included AC power cable to this inlet.
* For details on the power consumption, refer to p. 99.
The unit should be connected to a power source
only of the type marked on the bottom of the
unit.
3. TRIGGER INPUT Jacks
Here is where you plug in pads, kick triggers, or acoustic
triggers. With dual trigger pads (PD-125/105/85/8),
cymbals (CY series), and a hi-hat (VH-11/12), use a stereo
(TRS) cable (p. 17).
4. MIDI OUT/THRU Connector
For using the TD-12/pads to play sounds in an external
MIDI sound module, or recording/saving data to an
external MIDI sequencer (pp. 72–75).
5
6
7
8
9
6. MIX IN Jack
Used for connecting any external audio source (p. 18).
This audio signal will be output from the MASTER OUT
jacks and/or PHONES jack. Other signal routing
possibilities (p. 76).
7. DIRECT OUT Jacks
Individual outputs have a variety of uses. The TD-12
offers many options. See the SETUP screen (p. 76).
8. MASTER OUT Jacks
For connecting to your amp/audio system. For monaural
output, use the MASTER OUT L (MONO) jack.
9. Security Slot (
)
For retail store use.
http://www.kensington.com/
5. MIDI IN Connector
To connect an external MIDI source (sequencer, pad
controller, keyboard, computer, etc.) to play the TD-12’s
sounds, or to load data (pp. 72–75).
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Setting Up the Kit
Mounting the TD-12 on the Stand
1. Attach the stand holder (included with the optional drum stand) to the TD-12.
Using the screws attached to the bottom panel, attach the holder so the unit is oriented as shown in the diagram.
* ONLY use the 12 mm screws (M5 x 12) provided with the TD-12. Other screws may damage the unit.
fig.StandHolder.e
Wide
Narrow
928, 929
• 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-12 and stand holder to the drum stand (such as the optional MDS-12).
See the owner’s manual for the stand for details on assembling the drum stand and attaching the TD-12.
005
This unit should be used only with a stand that is recommended by Roland.
006
When using the unit with a 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.
101c
This TD-12 for use only with Roland stand MDS series. Use with other stands is capable of resulting in instability
causing possible injury.
The optional APC-33 All Purpose Clamp can be attached to a pipe of 10.5–28.6 mm radius in case you
want to mount the TD-12 on a cymbal stand or other such stand.
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Setting Up the Kit
Overview
Connecting the Pads and Pedals
Using the provided cables, connect the pads, cymbals, hi-hat, and kick trigger pad.
* When mounting a TD-12 on an MDS-12 drum stand, use the built-in connection cables.
Set Up Example
fig.Kit.e
TD-12 Rear Panel
7 / CRASH 1 (BOW/EDGE)
CY-12R/C
6 / HI-HAT (TRIGGER OUT)
HH CTRL (CTRL OUT)
VH-11
3 / TOM 1
9 / RIDE (BOW/BELL)
10 / EDGE (BOW/EDGE)
4 / TOM 2
PD-85
CY-12R/C
PD-85
TD-12
5 / TOM 3
PD-105
2 / SNARE
PD-85
KD-85
1 / KICK
The HI-HAT and RIDE cymbal use two cables each. See p. 20 and p. 52.
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Setting Up the Kit
Connecting Headphones, Audio Equipment, Amps, or Other
Gear
fig.Connect.e
Speakers with built-in amp etc.
L
CD/MD player etc.
R
Stereo set etc.
Phone type
Stereo phone type
TD-12 Rear Panel
Stereo phone type
TD-12 Front Panel
1. Turn off the power of all devices before you
make connections.
The TD-12’s MIX IN jack allows you to play along with a
CD or other audio sources.
921
* 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 any connections.
2. Connect the MASTER OUT L (MONO) and R
jacks on the rear panel to your audio system or
amp. Headphones should ONLY be connected
to the PHONES jack.
3. Connect the supplied power cord to the AC
inlet.
4. Plug the power cord plug into a power outlet.
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• To adjust the volume of the device connected to the MIX
IN jack, turn the [MIX IN] knob on the TD-12’s top panel.
• The sound input from the MIX IN jack can be output
from the MASTER OUT, PHONES, or DIRECT OUT 1/2
jacks (p. 76).
926a
* When connection cables with resistors are used, the volume
level of equipment connected to the MIX IN jack may be low. If
this happens, use connection cables that do not contain
resistors, such as those from the Roland PCS series.
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Setting Up the Kit
941
* Once the connections have been completed (p. 17, p. 18), turn
on power to your various devices in the order specified. By
turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing
malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices.
No Sound When Hitting the Pads or Using the
Pedals?
Overview
Turning On/Off the Power
Check the following points.
When Using an Amp or Audio System
• Is the amp or audio system connected to the TD-12’s
MASTER OUT jacks?
fig.VolMin
• Is the input of the amp or audio system properly
connected?
• Is there a problem with any connection cables?
• Is the volume turned down in the [GROUP
FADERS] sliders?
1. Turn the [MASTER] and [PHONES] completely
to the left to lower the volume to “0.”
• Is [MASTER] turned completely to the left?
2. Turn down the volume control on the
connected amp or audio system.
• Is the amp or audio system volume setting correct?
3. Push the [POWER] switch on the TD-12’s rear
panel to turn on the power.
• Have the input select settings of your audio system
or amp been made correctly?
When Using Headphones
• Are the headphones connected to the PHONES jack?
fig.PowerOn.e
• Is [PHONES] turned completely to the left?
Lower Position
ON
942
* This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval
(a few seconds) after power up is required before the unit will
operate normally.
Precautions When Turning on the
Power
After the power is turned on, do NOT hit any pads or
step on the pedals until the drum kit name (following
figure) appears in the display. Doing so can cause
triggering problems.
Turning Off the Power
1. Completely turn down the volume of the TD-12
and any connected external devices.
2. Turn off the power to all external devices.
3. Push the [POWER] switch on the TD-12’s rear
panel to turn off the power.
945
* If you need to turn off the power completely, first turn off the
POWER switch, then unplug the power cord from the power
outlet. Refer to Power Supply (p. 5).
fig.00-006
4. Turn on the power to the connected amp or
audio system.
5. While hitting a pad, gradually turn [MASTER]
(or [PHONES]) to the right to adjust the volume
level.
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Setting Up the Kit
7. Press [F3 (HI-HAT)].
Connecting the Hi-Hat (VH-11)
and Setting the “VH Offset”
The “TRIGGER HI-HAT” screen appears.
fig.05-VH11-Offset2
When using the VH-12, the “VH Offset” needs to be set up.
Connecting the Hi-Hat
8. Confirm the TD-12’s settings.
fig.VH-Connect.e
Parameter
Hi-Hat Type
CC Max
CC Resolution
Value
VH11/FD
90
NORMAL
9. While reading the meter displayed on the right
side of the TD-12’s screen, adjust the offset
with the VH-11’s VH offset adjustment screw.
TRIGGER
OUTPUT
jack
CONTROL
OUTPUT
jack
to the
TD-12’s
HH CTRL jack
Adjust the offset so that a black
meter.
appears in the
fig.05-VH11-Offset3
to the
TD-12’s
TRIGGER INPUT
HI-HAT jack
fig.Offset.e
Adjusting the Offset
1. Confirm that the VH-11 and TD-12 are
connected properly.
2. After making sure that the hi-hat is not touching
the motion sensor unit at all, turn on the power
to the TD-12.
* The offset cannot be adjusted correctly if the hi-hat is making
contact with the motion sensor unit when the power is turned on.
3. Loosen the clutch screw and let the hi-hat rest
naturally on the motion sensor unit.
VH Offset
Adjustment
Screw
OPEN
CLOSE
VH Offset Adjustment Points
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.”
4. Press [TRIGGER] - [F1 (BANK)].
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER BANK” screen
appears.
5. Press [CURSOR] to move the cursor to the
trigger type for TRIGGER INPUT 6.
If the sound cuts off when you strike the hi-hat
forcefully, rotate the VH Offset adjustment screw
towards “OPEN.”
6. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select “VH11.”
fig.05-VH11-Offset1
If you need, make further adjustments to the parameters.
Hi-Hat Settings [F3 (HI-HAT)] (p. 46)
If you do not make VH-11’s setting correctly, it may cause
malfunction. For details, refer to the VH-11 owner’s
manual.
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The band has a width of 7 mm.
Use this for adjusting the head tension.
Setting Up the Kit
7 mm
Adjusting Mesh Head
Tension
Heads MUST BE TUNED BEFORE PLAYING.
When adjusting, use a tuning key.
Like with an acoustic drum, accurate and equal head tension
is needed for correct triggering response.
Overview
Adjusting the PD-85 Head Tension
1. Use the included tuning key to tighten the
tuning bolts.
Tighten the bolts until there is a space of approximately 7
mm between the frame and the hoop.
* The setup includes a lock bushing (to prevent loosening), so the
bolt should be tightened fairly securely.
fig.PD85-Adjust.e
Hoop
On the PD-105/85, adjusting the head tension affects only
the head response, and not the pitch of the sound, as it
would on an acoustic drum.
7mm
Adjusting the PD-105 Head Tension
1. Loosen the tuning bolts until a slight gap is
produced.
2. Tighten all tuning bolts by fingers, as tightly as
you can.
fig.PD105-Nut.e
Tuning bolt
Washer
Slight gap
Frame
A black, 7 mm strip is printed at the edge of this page.
Use this as a reference when making the adjustment.
Tighten each tuning bolt one by one, observing the
numerical order shown in the diagram. Do not firmly
tighten a single tuning bolt by itself. Doing so will make
it impossible to tension the head evenly, and will cause
malfunctions.
fig.PD85-Bolt
Hoop
3. Using the tuning key, turn the tuning bolts two
full revolutions each, thus tightening them.
3
1
Tighten each tuning bolt one by one, observing the
numerical order shown in the figure.
5
fig.PD105-BoltOrder
1
3
4
HEAD MADE BY REMO U.S.A.
2
5
2. Fine-tune the adjustment while continuing to
check the pad feel and response.
6
4
2
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Playing Methods
fig.Play-Shallow.e
Shallow Rim Shot
Pad (PD-105/PD-85)
Simultaneously strike the head near
the rim and the rim itself.
fig.Play-Head.e
Head Shot
Hit only the head of the pad.
With certain snare sounds,
playing position will change
the nuance of the sound.
* Select an instrument from the
Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*P” appended to the name.
Head
Rim
Brush Sweeps
Head
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*P” appended to the name.
fig.Play-Rim.e
Rim Shot
You can express a sweep sound using brushes (brush sweeps).
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*BRUSH” appended to the name.
* Enable brush performances with the drum kit (press [KIT] - [F2
Strike the head and the rim of
the pad simultaneously.
(FUNC)] - [F3 (BRUSH)], Brush Switch = ON; p. 32).
Head
Rim
fig.Play-Cross.e
Cross Stick
Only strike the rim of the pad.
Rim
Depending on the instrument
assigned to the rim you can
play rim shots and/or cross
stick sounds.
Rim
When using brushes, be sure to use nylon brushes. Using
metal brushes will not only scratch the head, but can also
be hazardous, since the tip of the brush may catch in the
mesh of the net.
Cymbal (CY-12R/C)
Bow Shot
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*X” appended to the name.
* Enable cross sticks with the drum kit (press [KIT] - [F5
(XSTICK)]; p. 32).
This is the most common playing method, playing the middle
area of the cymbal. It corresponds to the sound of the “headside” of the connected trigger input.
fig.Play-CYBow
* To play the cross stick, be sure that you only strike the rim of
the pad. Placing your hand on the head of the pad might
prevent the cross stick sound from being played properly.
Change the Nuance of the Rim Shot
With certain snare and tom sounds, slight changes in the way
you play rim shots changes the nuance.
fig.Play-Rim.e
This playing method involves striking the edge with the
shoulder of the stick. When played as shown in the figure, the
“rim-side” sound of the connected input is triggered.
Normal Rim Shot
(Open Rim Shot)
Strike the head and rim
simultaneously.
Edge Shot
fig.Play-CYEdge.e
Head
Rim
Edge sensor
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Playing Methods
Bell Shot
fig.Play-Bell
Hi-Hat (VH-11/VH-12)
Overview
This playing method involves striking the bell. When played
as shown in the figure, the “rim-side” sound of the connected
input is triggered.
Open/Closed
The hi-hat tone changes smoothly and continuously from
open to closed in response to how far the pedal is pressed.
You can also play the foot closed sound (playing the hi-hat
with the pedal completely pressed down) and foot splash
sound (playing the hi-hat with the pedal fully pressed and
then instantly opening it).
* Strike the bell somewhat strongly with the shoulder of the stick.
Pressure (VH-12 Only)
When you strike the hi-hat while pressing on the pedal with
the hi-hat closed, you can then change the closed tone in
response to the pressure you place on the pedal.
Choke Play
Choking (pinching) the cymbal’s edge with the hand
immediately after hitting the cymbal makes the sound stop.
Choke the location of the edge sensor shown in the figure. If
you choke an area where there is no sensor, the sound does
not stop.
Bow Shot
This playing method involves striking the middle area of the
top hi-hat. It corresponds to the sound of the “head-side” of
the connected trigger input.
fig.Play-VHBow
fig.Play-Choke.e
Roland logo
Edge sensor
Positional Sensing
fig.Play-CYPosi
Edge Shot
This playing method involves striking the edge of the top hihat with the shoulder of the stick. When played as shown in
the figure, the “rim-side” sound of the connected trigger input
is triggered.
fig.Play-VHEdge.e
With certain ride sounds, playing position will change the
nuance of the sound.
* Only TRIGGER INPUT 9 RIDE corresponds to the positional
sensing.
Edge Sensor
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*P” appended to the name.
* Do not strike the bottom hi-hat or the underside of the top hihat.
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Button Operation and Displays
Operations common to all aspects TD-12 operations.
Saving Your Settings
Changing Data Values
fig.00-004_40
Every time you change a value during the editing process, it’s
automatically stored in the TD-12’s memory. There’s no
“write/save” process.
Buttons, Sliders, Dial and
Knobs
References for top panel buttons, sliders, dial and knobs will
be printed in square brackets [ ]; e.g., [SETUP].
[+] and [-] (referred to in this manual as [+/-]) and the
[VALUE] dial are both used to change the values of settings.
Both methods have advantages.
[+/-]
• Each time [+] is pressed, the value increases. Each time [-]
is pressed, the value decreases. This is convenient for fine
adjustments.
Cursor
• When making an on/off setting, [+] will turn the setting
on and [-] will turn it off.
fig.00-001e_70
• If you hold down [+] and press [-], the value will increase
rapidly. If you hold down [-] and press [+], the value will
decrease rapidly.
Cursor
Cursor refers to the highlighted characters indicating an onscreen parameter that can be set. When there is more than one
possibility within the screen, use the [CURSOR] buttons to
move it.
fig.00-002_50
Function Buttons ([F1]–[F5])
fig.00-003_50
The [F1]–[F5] buttons are called “function buttons.” The
bottom part of the display will show the names of the
functions available for [F1]–[F5]. For example, if this owner’s
manual makes reference to [INST] - [F2 (EDIT)], press [INST],
and then press [F2] (in this case, “EDIT” is displayed above
[F2]).
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[VALUE] dial
The dial allows you to make major changes to the value
quickly. If you hold down [SHIFT] and turn [VALUE], the
value will change even more rapidly.
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Choosing Pads from the TD12’s Top Panel
fig.00-007_70
Changing the Tone Through the Strike
Position and Rim Shot Nuance and
Confirming the Closed Hi-Hat Tone
You can change the tone by changing the strike position and
rim shot nuance and confirm the closed hi-hat tone by holding
down [SHIFT] and pressing [PREVIEW].
Corresponding Inputs and Tone Changes That Can
Be Checked
INPUT
2 SNARE
3 TOM 1–
5 TOM 3
6 HI-HAT
9 RIDE
The [CURSOR] (TRIG) buttons can be used to select the pad/
trigger input to be edited without needing to hit a pad.
11 AUX 1,
12 AUX 2
Head
Rim
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
(Bow)
Rim
Effect
Tone Change from Strike Position
Rim Shot Nuance
Rim Shot Nuance
Closed Hi-Hat Tone
Closed Hi-Hat Tone
Tone Change from Strike Position
Rim Shot Nuance
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [CURSOR (left)]:
The next lower-numbered trigger will be selected.
• Holding down [SHIFT] and pressing [CURSOR (right)]:
The next higher-numbered trigger will be selected.
How to Play Patterns
fig.06-003_70
If you are using a rim-capable pad, [RIM] selects whether the
settings being made are for the head or the rim. When [RIM] is
lit, it indicates that the rim is selected.
Holding down [SHIFT] as you press [RIM] locks the pad
(trigger) being set, so that the pad being set is not switched
even if another pad is touched. [RIM] flashes when a pad is
locked. To cancel the lock, hold down [SHIFT] and press
[RIM] once again.
Pressing [PATTERN]. The basic screen for the sequencer
appears.
Press [+/-] or turn [VALUE] in this screen to choose a pattern.
Or press [F1 (LIST)] to choose from the pattern list.
fig.06-001
* You can switch between the head and rim of the pad being set,
even when [RIM] is flashing, by holding down [SHIFT] and
pressing [CURSOR (left/right)].
By using these functions together with [PREVIEW], you can
edit the TD-12 only.
Press [PLAY] to start playback of the pattern.
Press [STOP] to stop playback.
Convenient [PREVIEW] Functions
Checking the Tone While Changing the
Velocity
You can toggle between three velocity (volume) levels by
holding down [KIT] and pressing [PREVIEW].
Set the three velocity levels by pressing [SETUP] - F3
(CONTROL)] - [F2 (PREVIEW)] (p. 77).
Press [STOP] again to return to the top of the pattern.
How to Turn the Metronome
(Click) On/Off
Hold down [SHIFT] and press [TEMPO] to turn ON and OFF.
* The [TEMPO] indicator can also be used as a visual
metronome (p. 62).
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Overview
Button Operation and Displays
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Button Operation and Displays
How to Adjust the Tempo
fig.06-Tempo1_70
Group Faders
fig.00-009
To adjust the tempo of the sequencer and click, use [+/-] or
[VALUE] in the screen displayed by pressing [TEMPO].
Adjusting the Display
Contrast
Display contrast can be influenced by location and lighting.
When needed, adjust the display contrast by:
holding down [KIT] and turning [VALUE].
* You can also adjust it in the screen displayed by pressing
[SETUP] - [F3 (CONTROL)] - [F3 (LCD)] (p. 77).
About the Display in the
Upper Right of the Screen
fig.00-005_70
Many edit screens require you to hit a pad or press the
[PREVIEW] button to access the parameters you want. The
upper right of the display will show the number and trigger
input jack name of the corresponding pad. The first character
(“H” or “R”) stands for Head or Rim. ([RIM] lights up when
played.)
You can use the CURSOR (TRIG) buttons and [PREVIEW] to
get the same results. In cases where settings for the head and
rim can be edited separately, the following characters will also
be displayed.
fig.00-006_70
Use [GROUP FADERS] sliders to adjust the volume.
If you press the [FADER] button, the function of the faders
will change as is explained in the chart below. An LED will
light up at the upper and lower right of the faders to indicate
which set of sounds is active.
• When upper indicator is lit, you can adjust the volume of
following trigger inputs.
KICK
SNARE
TOMS
HI-HAT
CRASH
RIDE
1 KICK
2 SNARE
3 TOM 1, 4 TOM 2, 5 TOM 3
6 HI-HAT
7 CRASH 1, 8 CRASH 2
9 RIDE, 10 EDGE
• When lower indicator is lit, you can adjust the volume of
following trigger inputs and sequencer parts.
AUX 1
AUX 2
(none)
PERC
BACKING
CLICK
11 AUX 1
12 AUX 2
–
Percussion part (p. 57)
Backing part (p. 56)
Metronome click (p. 62)
Example: Adjusting the Snare Volume
1. Press [FADER] so the upper indicator is lit.
2. Move the [GROUP FADERS] [SNARE] slider.
The slider position shows the current snare volume.
* After switching with [FADER], the values for the [GROUP
FADERS] sliders may not reflect the actual volume of the
sound assigned to that fader. So after switching, be sure to
move the faders a bit before making your setting.
* This will NOT affect the independent volume balance for each
kit in: Mixer Settings (p. 39).
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Overview
Listening to the Demo Song
The internal demo song features the TD-12’s expressive
capabilities and top quality sounds. The drums on this song
were recorded from the TD-12 system to a sequencer in real
time.
You can change the drum kit used to play the demo songs.
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [CHAIN].
1. Press [CURSOR (down)] to move the cursor to
“Kit.”
The “DEMONSTRATION” screen appears.
fig.Demo_70
Changing the Drum Kits
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select a drum kit.
* Demo songs are normally played using factory preset drum
kits.
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select a song.
Changing the Volume
Balance
3. Press [F5 (PLAY)].
Playback begins; the three demo songs are played back
repeatedly.
4. Press [F4 (STOP)] to stop the demo song.
5. Press [EXIT] or [KIT] to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen.
You can change the volume balance with [GROUP FADERS]
(p. 26).
Muting the Performance of
the Backing Instruments and
Drums
As drums are used to play the demo songs, you can mute
drum parts.
Caution Concerning Volume
When playing back the demo song, turn [MASTER] and
[PHONES] to the left (counterclockwise) to bring the
volume level down. The sound levels (volume) of the
instruments may be louder when the demo song is
played back.
[F1 (DRUMS)]
You can MUTE the entire drum track.
[F2 (BACKING)]
You can MUTE all the backing instruments.
Turning the Metronome
(Click) On/Off
Demo Song
Hatter
Copyright © 2005, Roland US
Brisa
Copyright © 2005, Roland US
Cluster Hang
Copyright © 2004, Roland US
981a
* All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this material for
purposes other than private, personal enjoyment is a violation
of applicable laws.
982
* No data for the music that is played will be output from MIDI
OUT.
You can have the metronome click sound in time with the
demo songs.
1. Start by setting the click instrument and count
(p. 63).
2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [CHAIN].
The “DEMONSTRATION” screen appears.
3. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [TEMPO] to turn
the metronome click (p. 62) on/off.
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Useful Functions to Know
About the Preset Drum Kits
The TD-12 is shipped from the factory with 50 pre-loaded
drum kits. These drum kits are referred to as Preset Drum
Kits.
The features of each preset drum kit, pad pattern function
settings, and other information is listed in the Preset Drum
Kit List (p. 84). Look through this list to find the kit you want
to use.
Playing Patterns to Check
Drum Kit Tones
The preset patterns offer a convenient way to check the drum
kit sounds.
By selecting instruments and then playing back patterns with
these instruments, you can confirm the sounds of instrument
combinations; for example, kick and snare or snare and tom.
No.
1
Name
DrumPreview1
2
DrumPreview2
3
DrumFill 1
4
DrumFill 2
Use
To check the kick, snare, and hihat sounds
To check the kick, snare, and ride
cymbal sounds
To check the tom and crash cymbal sounds
To check the tom and crash cymbal sounds
* You can use the [GROUP FADERS] to change the volume
balance and mute any unneeded instrument sounds.
Restoring Edited Drum Kits to
the Factory Default Settings
Restoring All Settings to the Factory
Settings
This restores the TD-12 to the original factory settings
(Factory Reset).
All data and settings stored in the TD-12 are lost in
carrying out this operation. So if necessary, save your
data to an external MIDI device before executing the
factory reset.
(Bulk Dump; [SETUP] - [F1 (MIDI)] -[F5 (BULK)]; p. 75)
1. Press [SETUP] - [F5 (F RESET)].
[SETUP] lights, and the “FACTORY RESET” screen
appears.
2. Press [F5 (RESET)].
The confirmation screen appears.
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
3. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)] to execute Factory
Reset.
When Factory Reset is finished, the “DRUM KIT” screen
appears.
Restoring the Factory Settings to
Individual Kits
When resetting individual drum kits whose instrument and/
or effect settings have been changed to the original factory
settings, use the Copy function (p. 70).
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “COPY” screen appears.
2. Press [F1 (KIT)].
fig.00-CopyKit_70
A
B
C
A: copy-source type (PRESET or USER)
B: copy-source
C: copy-destination
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3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select “PRESET” for the
copy-source type.
4. Use [CURSOR], [+/-], or [VALUE] to select the
copy-source kit and the copy-destination kit.
5. Press [F5 (COPY)].
The confirmation screen appears.
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
6. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)] to carry out.
Playing Back Patterns by
Striking the Pads
(Pad Pattern Function)
You can set up a pattern beforehand and then strike a pad to
start the performance of the pattern (press [INST] - [F4
(CONTROL)] - [F1 (PATTERN)]; p. 37).
Some factory set drum kits (Preset drum kits) have this
function set.
* When playing back patterns with recorded drum kit
performances or demo songs, the patterns assigned to the pads
are not played back, even if the Pad Pattern function is enabled
for the selected drum kit.
Striking a Pad to Switch the
Drum Kits
(Pad Switch Function)
You can switch drum kits and patterns by striking the pads
connected to AUX 1 and AUX 2 (press [SETUP] - [F3
(CONTROL)] - [F1 (PAD SW)]; p. 76).
Enabling Cross Sticks
1. Press [KIT].
2. Press [F5 (XSTICK)].
The cross-stick sound is alternately switched on and off
each time you press this.
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*X” appended to the name.
Playing Along with Patterns
Choosing a Pattern
* Performances using the Pad Pattern function cannot be
recorded to sequencers.
1. Press [PATTERN].
* With Pad Pattern, performance of the pattern starts only when
the pad is struck with sufficient force.
If the pad is struck weakly, only the instrument sound assigned
to the pad is played; the pattern is not played back.
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern.
Stopping Playback of the Pattern
Being Played
Press [STOP].
Disabling the Pad Pattern Function
[PATTERN] lights, and the “PATTERN” screen appears.
3. Press [PLAY].
[PLAY] lights, and playback of the pattern begins.
Muting a Specific Part
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)] - [F5 (MUTE)].
The “PART MUTE” screen appears.
2. Press [F1]–[F5] to turn each part muted or
played.
You can switch off the Pad Pattern function for the entire kit,
without having to individually change the settings for each
pad.
Set PadPtn Master Sw (press [KIT] - [F2 (FUNC)] - [F4 (PAD
PTN)]; p. 32) to “ALL PADS OFF.”
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Overview
Useful Functions to Know
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Chapter 1. Drum Kit Settings [KIT]
A “drum kit” refers to a configuration of settings that include
the sounds played with each pad, the hi-hat used, effect
settings, and so on.
fig.01-KitParam.e
Choosing a Drum Kit
1. Press [KIT].
Drum Kit 50
[KIT] lights, and the “DRUM KIT” screen appears.
fig.01-001*_70
Drum Kit 1
Pad settings
KICK
SNARE
TOM1
TOM2
Head 1
Head 2
Head 3
Head 4
Rim 1
Rim 2
Rim 3
Rim 4
TOM3
HI-HAT
CRASH1
CRASH2
Head 5
Head 6
Head 7
Head 8
Rim 5
Rim 6
Rim 7
Rim 8
RIDE
EDGE
AUX1
AUX2
Head 9
Head 10
Head 11
Head 12
Rim 9
Rim 10
Rim 11
Rim 12
Instrument settings
Instrument, V-EDIT/EDIT
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select drum kits.
Pads can be programmed to make selections (p. 76).
The selected or current kit number is indicated at all
times in the LED display at the left of the LCD display.
About the “DRUM KIT” Screen
fig.01-001_70
Mixer settings
Volume, Pan, Minimum Volume
A
Effects settings
Compressor, Equalizer settings
Ambience/Multi-Effects Send Level
Various Function Settings
Pad Pattern setttings
Pitch Control function settings, MIDI settings
B
A: Drum Kit Name
B: Overall Kit Effects On/Off status (p. 40)
Ambience settings
ON/OFF, Room Type, Wall Type, etc.
Multi-Effects settings
ON/OFF, Type, effect level, etc.
Settings Affecting the Entire Drum Kit
Volume, Drum Kit Name, MIDI settings, etc.
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Pressing [KIT] always takes you back to the “DRUM KIT”
screen, from any Edit mode in the TD-12.
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Chapter 1. Drum Kit Settings [KIT]
You can select a drum kit by accessing the list of available kits.
fig.01-002_70
Assigning a Tempo for Each Kit
[F2 (TEMPO)]
Each kit can have an individual tempo setting.
When you select a kit of which Kit Tempo is set to “ON,” the
tempo you define here will be set automatically.
fig.01-004_70
1. Press [KIT] - [F1 (LIST)].
The “DRUM KIT LIST” screen appears.
2. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR] to select a
drum kit.
Parameter
Kit Tempo
Value
OFF, ON
Tempo
20–260
Description
OFF: tempo is not defined
ON: tempo is defined
defined tempo
Function Buttons
[F1 (< PAGE)]
The previous page of the list appears.
[F2 (PAGE >)]
The next page of the list appears.
When you select a kit of which Kit Tempo is set to “ON,”
the current tempo appears in the upper right of the
display.
fig.01-004a_70
3. Press [EXIT] (or just press [KIT]) to return to the
“DRUM KIT” screen.
Kit Parameters [F2 (FUNC)]
1. Press [KIT] - [F2 (FUNC)].
2. Press [F1]–[F4] and [CURSOR (up/down)] to
select the parameter.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Adjusting the Volume [F1 (VOLUME)]
Confirming the Tempo Before
Giving the Count
First, set up the drum kits for each song to be performed
with the tempos set in advance.
Setting the Tempo indicator (p. 62) to “ON” then allows
you to confirm the song tempo each time you switch the
drum kit. You can also check the tempo with the click
sound.
fig.01-003_70
Parameter
Kit Volume
Value
0–127
Pedal HH Volume
0–127
XStick Volume
0–127
Description
Volume of the entire drum
kit
Volume of the hi-hat’s foot
closed sound
Volume of cross stick sound
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Chapter 1
[KIT]
Selecting a Drum Kit from the
List [F1 (LIST)]
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Chapter 1. Drum Kit Settings [KIT]
1. Press [KIT] - [F3 (NAME)].
Playing Brushes [F3 (BRUSH)]
In each kit, you can choose whether sticks or brushes will be
used.
fig.01-005_70
The “DRUM KIT NAME” screen appears.
2. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to move the cursor
to the character to be changed.
3. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
change the character.
Function Buttons
Parameter
Brush
Switch
Value
OFF, ON
Description
OFF: for using sticks
ON: for using brushes
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*BRUSH” appended to the name.
When Brush Switch is set to “ON,” the brush icon
appears in the “DRUM KIT” screen.
fig.01-005_70
[F1 (INSERT)]: A blank space is inserted at the cursor
position, and characters after this point are
moved to the right one space.
[F2 (DELETE)]: Character at the cursor position is deleted,
and characters after this point are moved to
the left one space.
[F3 (SPACE)]: Character at the cursor position is replaced
by a blank space.
[F4 (CHAR)]: Type of character at the cursor position
changes between uppercase/lowercase
alphabet, or numbers and symbols.
Effects On and Off Switches
[F4 (FX SW)]
These switches allow you to turn all individual effects on/off
within each drum kit.
fig.04-001_70
Disabling the Pad Pattern Function
[F4 (PAD PTN)]
You can switch the Pad Pattern function setting on and off for
each individual kit.
fig.01-PadPtnSw_70
Refer to Effects On and Off Switches [KIT] - [F4 (FX
SW)] (p. 40).
Parameter
PadPtn
Master Sw
Value and Description
ALL PADS OFF:
Pad Pattern function not used
ON:
Pad Pattern function used
Playing Cross Stick
[F5 (XSTICK)]
In each kit, you can choose to use/not use cross stick by
pressing [F5 (XSTICK)] in the “DRUM KIT” screen.
You can also switch this with the pads (p. 76).
Naming a Drum Kit
[F3 (NAME)]
Each kit’s name can use up to 12 characters.
fig.01-005_70
• Cross-stick sound played
fig.01-007_70
• Cross-stick sound not played
fig.01-008_70
* Select an instrument from the Drum Instrument List (p. 88)
with “*X” appended to the name.
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Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST]
Choosing a Pad to Edit
There are two basic ways to select the sound you want to edit.
Lock the Pad You are Editing
(TRIG LOCK) [SHIFT] + [RIM]
When editing instruments, you can prevent the screen from
being switched inadvertently even if you hit another pad.
1. Select the pad to be locked.
Choose by Hitting a Pad
1. Press [INST].
[INST] lights, and the “INST” screen appears.
fig.02-001_70
The settings screen for the pad appears.
2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [RIM] to make it
flash.
The pad is locked and other pads cannot be selected.
3. To release the lock, hold down [SHIFT] and
press [RIM] to make it stop flashing.
* You can change the pad to be locked by using buttons even if
the [RIM] is flashing.
2. Strike a pad.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears.
To select a pad’s rim, strike the rim.
Choose with the Buttons
Assign an Instrument to a
Pad
All the TD-12 sounds are referred to as instruments (INST).
fig.02-001_70
1. Press [INST].
[INST] lights, and the “INST” screen appears.
2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [CURSOR (left/
right)] to select the trigger input number.
The trigger input number is indicated in the upper part of
the screen.
3. Press [RIM] to select the head or rim.
Head:
[RIM] is unlit.
Rim:
[RIM] is lit.
fig.02-002_70
1. Press [INST].
[INST] lights, and the “INST” screen appears.
“Group”: Type of instrument (Inst Group)
“Inst”:
Name of instrument (Inst Name)
2. Strike a pad.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears.
3. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to move the cursor
to “Group” or “Inst.”
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the Inst group/
instrument.
When MIDI Note Number (p. 38) corresponding to a pad
is received, the pad is selected and shown in the screen.
5. Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
Pressing [F5 (H & R)], you can choose to set the head and
rim simultaneously or individually. When you select the
head and rim simultaneously, the rim’s instrument
number is one bigger than head.
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Chapter 2
[INST]
Here’s how to select and edit sounds, such as the snare drum
and kick drum.
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Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST]
Selecting an Instrument from
the List [F1 (LIST)]
Here you can select from the list of all available instruments.
Editing Drum Sounds
[F2 (EDIT)]
Editing methods differ according to the type of instrument.
fig.02-003_70
Editing an Acoustic Drum Kit (V-EDIT)
V-EDIT allows you to select a head type, shell depth, muffling,
etc. Please see the charts on next page.
1. Press [INST] - [F1 (LIST)].
The “INST LIST” screen appears.
2. Strike a pad.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears.
3. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR] to select the
instrument.
When V-EDIT Can Be Used
V-EDIT is possible in the following instrument groups
“KICK,” “SNARE,” “TOM,” “HI-HAT,” “CRASH,”
“SPLASH,” “CHINA,” or “RIDE.”
The following icon appears to indicate instruments which
are V-EDIT compatible.
fig.02-004_70
Function Buttons
[F1 (< PAGE)]
The previous page of the list appears.
[F2 (PAGE >)]
The next page of the list appears.
[F3 (< GROUP)], [F4 (GROUP >)]
Selects the Inst Group.
[F5 (H & R)]
Switches to select the head and rim instruments
simultaneously or individually.
Editing Other Instruments
Other instruments only allow “Pitch” and “Decay Time”
adjustment.
Editing Procedure
4. Press [EXIT] to return to the “INST” screen.
1. Press [INST] - [F2 (EDIT)].
The “INST EDIT” screen appears.
About the Display at the Lower of the
Instrument Name
fig.02-InstInfo_70
2. Strike a pad.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears.
3. Use [F1]–[F3] and [CURSOR (up/down)] to
select the parameter.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
POSI:
Instrument marked with “*P” (p. 91)
You can select the effect on/off with pressing
[F4 (CONTROL)] - [F3 (MIDI)] “Position Ctrl.”
It can be correspond only to some special inputs (p.
44)
INTRVL: Instrument marked with “*I” (p. 91)
XSTK:
Instrument marked with “*X” (p. 91)
* These appear only when [F5 (H & R)] is off.
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5. When finished, press [EXIT] to return to the
“INST” screen.
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Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST]
TOM
fig.02-TOM_70
Parameter
[F1 (SHELL)]
Shell Depth
[F2 (HEAD)]
Head Type
Head Tuning
[F3 (MUFFLE)]
Muffling
Snare Buzz
Value
NORMAL, DEEP1–2
CLEAR, COATED, PINSTRIPE
-480–+480
OFF, TAPE1–2, BLANKET, WEIGHT
OFF, ON
Parameter
[F1 (SHELL)]
Shell Depth
[F2 (HEAD)]
Head Type
Head Tuning
[F3 (MUFFLE)]
Muffling
Snare Buzz
Value
NORMAL, DEEP1–2
Chapter 2
[INST]
KICK
fig.02-KICK_70
CLEAR, COATED, PINSTRIPE
-480–+480
OFF, TAPE1–2, FELT1–2
OFF, ON
* PINSTRIPE is a registered trademark of Remo Inc., U.S.A.
SNARE
fig.02-SNARE_70
HI-HAT
fig.02-HIHAT_70
Parameter
[F1 (SHELL)]
Material
Shell Depth
[F2 (HEAD)]
Head Type
Head Tuning
[F3 (MUFFLE)]
Muffling
Strainer Adj.
Value
WOOD, STEEL, BRASS
1.0”–20.0”
CLEAR, COATED, PINSTRIPE
-480–+480
OFF, TAPE1–2, DOUGHNUTS1–2
OFF, LOOSE, MEDIUM, TIGHT
Parameter
[F1 (SIZE)]
Size
[F2 (FIXED)]
Fixed Hi-Hat
Value
1"–40"
NORMAL, FIXED1–4
NORMAL: The gap between the top and bottom hi-hat is
controlled by the pedal.
FIXED:
The gap is fixed.
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Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST]
CRASH/SPLASH/CHINA/RIDE
fig.02-CYM_70
For some instruments, raising or lowering the value
beyond a certain point may not produce further change.
• KICK/SNARE/TOM: “Head Tuning”
• CRASH/SPLASH/CHINA/RIDE: “Sustain”
• Other Instruments: “Pitch” and “Decay”
Parameter
[F1 (SIZE)]
Size
[F2 (SIZZLE)]
Sizzle Type
[F3 (SUSTAIN)]
Sustain
Value
1"–40"
Some instruments have the parameters cannot be edited.
• SNARE: “Material” and “Strainer Adj.”
OFF, RIVET
-31–+31
Using the Compressor and
EQ [F3 (COMP/EQ)]
Other Instruments
Compressor (COMP)
fig.02-005_70
A compressor adjusts the envelope (changes in the volume
over time) and changes the character of the sound in response
to playing dynamics.
fig.04-003_70
Parameter
Pitch
Decay Time
Value
-480–+480
-31–+31
Equalizer (EQ)
You can edit the instruments of the head and rim
simultaneously. Pressing [F5 (H & R)], you can choose to
set the head and rim simultaneously or individually.
You can use three-band equalizers (for high, middle, and low
frequency ranges) to adjust the sound.
fig.04-004_70
* When the instruments assigned to the head and rim are not in
the same Inst Group, you only can set the head and rim
individually even if [F5 (H & R)] is set to ON.
Refer to Using the Compressor and EQ [INST] - [F3
(COMP/EQ)] (p. 40).
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Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST]
1. Press [INST] - [F3 (CONTROL)].
2. Strike a pad.
The settings screen for the struck pad appears.
You can select by using [SHIFT] and [CURSOR (left/
right)].
3. Press [F1]–[F5] and [CURSOR (up/down)] to
select the parameter.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust settings.
5. When finished, press [EXIT] to return to the
“INST” screen.
Value
Parameter
[F1 (PATTERN)]
ALL OFF,
PadPtn
ON
Master Sw
PadPtn
OFF, P 1–150,
U 151–250
PadPtn
OFF, ON
Velocity
Tap Ptn
OFF, 1–8
Mute Grp
[F2 (PDLBEND)]
-24–0– +24
Pedal Bend
Range
[F3 (MIDI)]
Tx Channel
Note No.
CH1–CH16,
GLOBAL
0 (C -)–127
(G9), OFF
0.1–8.0 (s)
OFF, ON
Gate Time
Position
Ctrl Sw
[F4 (HH MIDI)]
0 (C -)–127
Note No.
(G9), OFF
Gate
0.1–8.0 (s)
[F5 (BR MIDI)]
0 (C -)–127
Brush Note
(G9), OFF
No.
XStick Note
0 (C -)–127
No.
(G9), OFF
Description
Refer to Playing a Pattern
by Hitting a Pad (Pad Pattern) [F1 (PATTERN)] (p.
37).
Playing a Pattern by Hitting a Pad
(Pad Pattern) [F1 (PATTERN)]
This function starts playback of a pattern when a pad is struck.
This function provides a very convenient way to use patterns
during a live performance.
If different patterns have been assigned to two or more pads,
striking another pad while a pattern is playing back will cause
pattern playback to switch to the newly selected pattern.
* When playing back patterns with recorded drum kit
performances or demo songs, the patterns assigned to the pads
are not played back, even if the Pad Pattern function is enabled
for the selected drum kit.
* Performances using the Pad Pattern function cannot be
recorded to sequencers.
PadPtn Master Sw: ALL OFF, ON
You can switch use of the Pad Pattern function on and off
in each individual drum kit.
ALL OFF: The Pad Pattern function is not used.
ON: The Pad Pattern function is used.
PadPtn: OFF, P 1–150, U 151–250
Selects the played back pattern when the pad is struck.
* If all pads are set to “OFF,”
icon appears.
PadPtn Velocity: OFF, ON
Refer to Changing the
Pitch with the Hi-Hat Pedal [F2 (PDLBEND)] (p. 38).
Refer to MIDI Settings for
Each Pad [F3 (MIDI)] (p.
38).
Refer to MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by HiHat [F4 (HH MIDI)] (p. 38).
Refer to MIDI Note Number transmitted by Brush
Sweep/Cross Stick [F5
(BR MIDI)] (p. 38).
OFF:
The pattern plays back at the velocity set for the pattern,
regardless of the strength with which the pad is struck.
ON:
The pattern plays back with the velocity changing in
response to the strength with which the pad is struck.
Tap Ptn Mute Grp: OFF, 1–8
In Tap playback (p. 61), if one sound (pattern) is set to
play before the previous sound (pattern) has finished
playing, this setting allows you to either have the
previous sound stop and the subsequent sound start
playing or have the two sounds layered.
Patterns set to the same number:
The previous sound stops while in progress, and the
subsequent sound (pattern) starts playing.
Patterns set to the different numbers:
The previous sound continues to play to the end, while
the subsequent sound (pattern) is superimposed on it.
Regarding Sounds Played with Pad
Pattern
With Pad Pattern, performance of the pattern starts only when
the pad is struck with sufficient force.
If the pad is struck weakly, only the instrument sound
assigned to the pad is played; the pattern is not played back.
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[INST]
Using Pads/Pedal as
Controllers [F4 (CONTROL)]
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Chapter 2. Drum Instrument Settings [INST]
Changing the Pitch with the Hi-Hat
Pedal [F2 (PDLBEND)]
This setting allows you use the hi-hat pedal as a pitch bender
for sounds assigned to any pad or rim.
Specified in semitone steps.
Pedal Bend Range: -24–0– +24
* The Pitch Control function uses the same Control Change
message as the hi-hat open/close function (factory setting:
“FOOT (4)”). For details, refer to p. 73.
MIDI Settings for Each Pad [F3 (MIDI)]
Tx Channel: CH1–CH16, GLOBAL
MIDI transmit channel for each pad.
GLOBAL: Transmits on the same channel as the drum kit
part (p. 72).
Note No.: 0 (C -)–127 (G 9), OFF
OFF: Note messages are not transmitted.
Gate Time: 0.1–8.0 (s)
See the column.
This turns the changing of the sound by strike position/
rim shot nuance ON or OFF.
Strike position
Rim shot nuance
Rim shot nuance
Strike position
Rim shot nuance
MIDI Note Numbers transmitted by
Hi-Hat [F4 (HH MIDI)]
* The HH Note# Border setting is required to transmit switches
between the open and closed hi-hat. For details, refer to p. 74.
Open (Bow):
Closed (Bow):
Open (Edge):
Closed (Edge):
Pedal:
Bow shot of open hi-hat
Bow shot of closed hi-hat
Edge shot of open hi-hat
Edge shot of closed hi-hat
Pedal hi-hat (Foot closed)
Note No.: 0 (C -)–127 (G 9), OFF
OFF: Note messages are not transmitted.
Gate: 0.1–8.0 (s)
See the column.
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Brush Note No.: 0 (C -)–127 (G 9), OFF
OFF: Note messages are not transmitted.
XStick Note No.: 0 (C -)–127 (G 9), OFF
OFF: Note messages are not transmitted.
When Setting Multiple Pads to the
Same Note Number
When the note number is set to be more than one pad
received, the instrument assigned to the pad with the lowest
TRIGGER INPUT number is played. When note numbers for
the head and rim are duplicated, the head instrument is
played.
An asterisk (*) appears at the right of the note number for
TRIGGER INPUTS that are not sounded.
Example:
Position Ctrl: OFF, ON
This can be set for trigger inputs SNARE (Head, Rim),
TOM (Rim), RIDE (Bow), and AUX (Rim).
SNARE (Head):
SNARE (Rim):
TOM (Rim):
RIDE (Bow):
AUX (Rim):
MIDI Note Number transmitted by
Brush Sweep/Cross Stick
[F5 (BR MIDI)]
Note number “38 (D 2)” is set for the head and rim of
TRIGGER INPUT 2 (SNARE) and the head of TRIGGER
INPUT 3 (TOM 1). In this case, when Note Number “38” is
received, the instrument assigned to the head of TRIGGER
INPUT 2 (SNARE) is played.
About the Gate Time
Percussion sound modules normally produce sound only
in response to “Note on” messages, and ignore “Note off”
messages. However general-purpose sound modules or
samplers do receive the note-off messages that are
transmitted and respond by turning off the sound.
For example, if you are triggering a “loop” in a sampler,
or other sounds then the gate time parameter is very
important. With the factory defaults (preset values), the
transmitted gate time is set to the minimum value.
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Chapter 3. Mixer Settings
Mixer Parameters [MIXER]
Here you can adjust the volume, pan, etc.
You can use the GROUP FADERS to make adjustments.
fig.03-002_70
fig.03-001_70
1. Press [INST] and [MIXER] simultaneously.
1. Press [MIXER].
2. Use [F1]–[F4] or [CURSOR (up/down)] to select
the parameter.
3. Use [CURSOR (left/right)] or [RIM] to select the
instrument you wish to set.
You can also select the instrument by striking a pad.
4. Use [+/-], [VALUE], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
make the setting.
Parameter
Value
[F1 (VOLUME)]
Volume
0–127
[F2 (PAN)]
Pan
L15–CTR–
R15
[F3 (MIN VOL)]
Minimum
0–10
Volume
[F4 (KIT VOL)]
0–127
Kit Volume
0–127
0–127
Description
Volume of each trigger input
Pan of each trigger input
Minimum volume of each
trigger input
(This is used to narrow the
dynamic range.)
Volume of the entire drum
kit
Volume of the hi-hat’s foot
closed sound
Volume of cross stick sound
* Pressing [F5 (H & R)] in the [F1 (VOLUME)], [F2 (PAN)], or
[F3 (MIN VOL)] setting screen, you can choose to set the head
and rim simultaneously or individually.
You can change the function of the faders by holding
down [SHIFT] and pressing [MIXER]. When lower
indicator is lit, you can adjust the volume of AUX 1 and
AUX2.
2. Press [F1]–[F3] to select the parameter.
3. Move the fader which corresponds to the
TRIGGER INPUT you wish to adjust.
* You can also use [+/-], [VALUE], or [CURSOR (up/down)].
Parameter
Value
[F1 (VOLUME)]
Volume
0–127
[F2 (AMB SND)]
0–127
AMB SEND
LEVEL
[F3 (MFX SND)]
0–127
MFX SEND
LEVEL
Description
Volume of each trigger input
Send level to the ambience for
each trigger input
Send level to the multi-effects
for each trigger input
* These settings are always common to the head and rim.
4. Press [EXIT] or [FADER] to return to the “DRUM
KIT” screen.
* After pressing [EXIT] or [FADER], the values for the
[GROUP FADERS] sliders may not reflect the actual volume
of the sound assigned to that fader. Be sure to move the faders a
bit before making your setting.
5. Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
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[MIXER]
[MIXER] flashes.
[MIXER] lights.
Pedal HH
Volume
XStick Volume
Using Group Faders to Edit (MIX EDIT)
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Chapter 4. Effect Settings
Effects On and Off Switches
[KIT] - [F4 (FX SW)]
These switches allow you to turn all individual effects on/off
within each drum kit.
fig.04-001_70
Using the Compressor and
EQ [INST] - [F3 (COMP/EQ)]
An individual Compressor and EQ can be applied to every
sound assigned to a trigger input.
1. Press [INST] - [F3 (COMP/EQ)].
[INST] lights.
2. Strike the pad you wish to set.
1. Press [KIT] - [F4 (FX SW)].
[KIT] lights, and the “EFFECTS SWITCH” screen
appears.
2. Press [F1]–[F4] to turn the following on/off.
[F1]: Pad Compressor (*1)
3. Press [F2], [F3], or [CURSOR] to select the
parameter.
Function Buttons
[F2 (COMP)]
Pad compressor parameters appear.
[F2]: Pad Equalizer (*1)
[F3 (EQ)]
[F3]: Ambience
Pad equalizer parameters appear.
[F4]: Multi-effects
3. Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
* Effect on/off status appears in the “DRUM KIT” screen.
fig.04-002e_70
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
5. Press [F1] and/or [F4] to turn on the
compressor/equalizer for each trigger input.
[F1]: Turns the pad compressor on/off
[F4]: Turns the pad equalizer on/off
,
COMP/EQ setting is ON, EFFECTS SWITCH is ON
ON
OFF
* 1: All pad compressors or pad equalizers are turned on/off
simultaneously.
Effect applies.
,
COMP/EQ setting is ON, EFFECTS SWITCH is OFF
Effect does not apply.
COMP/EQ setting is OFF
Effect does not apply.
* Pressing [F5 (H & R)], you can choose to set the head and rim
simultaneously or individually.
The sound may be distorted in a certain setting.
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Chapter 4. Effect Settings
About Threshold and Ratio
Compressor (COMP)
A compressor adjusts the envelope (changes in the volume
over time) and changes the character of the sound in response
to playing dynamics.
As shown in the diagram below, these parameters determine
how the volume is to be compressed.
fig.Compressor.e
0.5:1
1:1
Ratio
Output Level
fig.04-003_70
1.7:1
4:1
Value
EMPHASIS,
CRUSH
Type
COMP SOFT 1–2,
COMP MED 1–3,
COMP HARD 1–2,
LIMITER 1–2,
EXPANDER 1–3
KICK 1–3,
SNARE1–3,
TOM 1–3,
CYM 1–2,
OTHER1–3
-15– +20 (dB)
Time
Gain
Description
EMPHASIS
Emphasizes the attack of the sound.
CRUSH
Press the attack.
This changes Thre
and ratio values.
Chapter 4
[EFFECTS]
50:1
Parameter
Attack
Threshold
Input Level
This changes Atck,
Hold, and Rels values.
Output level of the
compressor
Equalizer (EQ)
You can use three-band equalizers (for high, middle, and low
frequency ranges) to adjust the sound.
fig.04-004_70
For more detailed setting, adjust the parameters below.
Parameter
Thre
(Threshold)
Value
-30–0 (dB)
Ratio
Atck
(Attack)
0.5:1–50:1
0–255 (ms)
Hold
2–9999 (ms)
Rels (Release)
2–9999 (ms)
Description
Volume level at
which compression
begins
Compression ratio
Time from when the
volume goes up the
threshold level until
the compressor effect
applies
Time compression is
kept
Time from when the
volume falls below
the threshold level
until the compressor
effect no longer applies
Parameter
Q
Value
0.5–8.0
(only for MID)
Freq
(Frequency)
20–1k (LOW),
20–8k (MID),
1k–8k (HIGH)
-15– +15 (dB)
Gain
Description
Width of the frequency
range
A higher Q narrows
the affected area.
Point at which the
boost/cut will occur
Amount of boost/cut
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Chapter 4. Effect Settings
Ambience [AMBIENCE]
You can choose the type of room where the drums are to be
played and modify the sound.
fig.04-005_70
Multi-Effects
[SHIFT] + [AMBIENCE]
The multi-effects allow you to further customize your sound
and also provides a choice of output configurations.
fig.04-006_70
1. Press [AMBIENCE].
[AMBIENCE] lights.
1. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [AMBIENCE].
2. Press [F2]–[F4] or [CURSOR] to select the
parameter.
[AMBIENCE] lights.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
2. Press [F2], [F3], or [CURSOR] to select the
parameter.
4. Press [F1] to turn the ambience on.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
4. Press [F1] to turn the multi-effects on.
Parameter
[F2 (TYPE)]
Room Type
Level
[F3 (ROOM)]
Room Size
Wall Type
Mic Position
Value
Description
BEACH,
LIVING ROOM,
BATH ROOM,
STUDIO,
GARAGE,
LOCKER ROOM,
THEATER, CAVE,
GYMNASIUM,
DOME STADIUM
0–127
Type of ambience
TINY, SMALL,
MEDIUM,
LARGE, HUGE
WOOD, PLASTER, GLASS
LOW, HIGH
5 size available
Room Shape
0–100
[F4 (AMB SND)]
0–127
Send Level
Level
Total ambience level
Wall material
Ambience mic position
Shape of the room
Ambience send level
for each instrument
* Pressing [F5 (H & R)] in the [F4 (AMB SND)] setting screen,
you can choose to set the head and rim simultaneously or
individually.
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Parameter
[F2 (MFX)]
Type
Value
Description
DELAY,
PANNING DELAY,
FLANGER,
PHASER,
CHORUS
0–127
Type of multieffects
[F3 (MFX SND)]
0–127
Send Level
Total effect level
Effect SEND
level for each
instrument
* Pressing [F5 (H & R)] in the [F3 (MFX SND)] setting screen,
you can choose to set the head and rim simultaneously or
individually.
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Chapter 4. Effect Settings
Multi-Effects Parameters
DELAY
PHASER
Adds the delay sound.
Adds a phase-shifted sound to the original sound, producing
a swirling modulation.
Value
0–1600 (ms)
Feedback
-98–98 (%)
Description
Time until the delay
sound is heard
Amount of the delay
sound that is fed back
into the effect (minus:
inverts the phase)
PANNING DELAY
This is a delay effect with echoes that pan left and right.
Parameter
TimeL
TimeR
Level L
Level R
Feedback
Value
0–1600 (ms)
Description
Time until the delay
sound is heard
0–127
Volume level of the delay sound
-98–98 (%)
Amount of the delay
sound that is fed back
into the effect (minus:
inverts the phase)
Parameter
Freq
Value
100–8000 (Hz)
LFO Rate
Depth
Resonance
1–128
0–127
0–127
Description
Basic frequency at which
the sound will be modulated
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of feedback
CHORUS
Gives richness and spaciousness to the sound.
Parameter
Delay
LFO Rate
Depth
Phase
Value
8.0–30.0 (ms)
1–128
0–127
0–180
Description
Tone of the chorus
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Spatial spread of the
sound
FLANGER
Produces a metallic resonance that rises and falls somewhat
like a jet airplane taking off or landing.
Parameter
Delay
LFO Rate
Depth
Feedback
Value
0–15.0 (ms)
1–128
0–127
-98–98 (%)
Phase
0–180
Description
Tone of the flanger
Frequency of modulation
Depth of modulation
Amount of the flanger
sound that is fed back into
the effect (minus: inverts
the phase)
Spatial spread of the
sound
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[EFFECTS]
Parameter
Time
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Selecting the Pad Type
[F1 (BANK)]
To be sure the TD-12 accurately receives signals sent from the
pads, select the trigger type (the type of pads being used) for
each trigger input.
Trigger Type
A trigger type is a group of trigger settings with values
optimally adjusted for a particular pad. Indications such as
“KD85,” “PD85,” or “VH11,” etc. in the above display
correspond to this. When you select a trigger type for a
connected pad, each of the parameters is set to the most
appropriate values for that pad, allowing you to play it
without encountering problems with the settings. Only when
factors unrelated to the selection of the proper trigger type
prevent you from getting good results in performance should
you fine-tune the individual parameters for the pad you are
using.
Trigger Bank
Trigger Banks allow you to store the 15 trigger settings as a
single unit of information. The large number at the left edge of
the above display is the Trigger Bank number. Move the
cursor to this area to select the Trigger Bank.
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F1 (BANK)].
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER BANK” screen
appears.
fig.05-TrigBank_70
Trigger Type
Used Model
PD125
PD120
PD105
PD100
PD80R
PD9
PD8
PD7
PD6
KD120
KD80
KD8
KD7
CY15R
PD-125
PD-120
PD-105
PD-100
PD-85, PD-80R, PD-80
PD-9
PD-8
PD-7
PD-6
KD-120
KD-85, KD-80
KD-8
KD-7
CY-15R
CY12RC
CY14C
CY8
CY6
CY12H
VH12
VH11
PAD1
PAD2
RT7K
RT5S
RT3T
CY-12R/C
CY-14C
CY-8
CY-6
CY-12H
VH-12
VH-11
When using a non-Roland pad
RT-7K
RT-5S
RT-3T
* When you select the trigger type, the trigger parameters (except
the crosstalk cancel parameters) are automatically set to the
most efficient values for each pad. Make settings for the
parameter as needed.
* When 3Way Trigger (p. 52) is set to ON, “RD CTRL” is
displayed for the trigger type for TRIGGER INPUT 10 EDGE.
It cannot be changed.
2. Press [CURSOR (left)] to move the cursor to the
Trigger Bank number.
Trigger Inputs and Pad/Playing
Methods corresponding chart
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the Trigger Bank.
Trigger Input
4. Press [CURSOR (right)] to move the cursor to a
trigger type.
KICK
5. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The cursor moves to the trigger type for the struck pad.
You can also select by using [CURSOR] or [TRIG
SELECT].
6. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the trigger type.
SNARE
TOM 1–3
HI-HAT
CRASH 1, 2
RIDE
EDGE
AUX 1, 2
Dual Trigger
Mesh Pad
–
o
o
–
–
–
–
o
Positional
Sensing
Rim Shot
Nuance
–
o
–
–
–
o
–
–
–
o
o
–
–
–
–
o
* Brush sweep and Cross Stick can be used only on SNARE.
* Each playing method can be used with the instruments
corresponding to it (p. 91).
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Setting the Pad Sensitivity
[F2 (BASIC)]
When you are using pads made by other manufacturers, try
adjusting the following parameters.
The velocity monitor at the right of the screen indicates
the velocity of the last sixteen strikes, starting with the
most recent strike.
Minimum level for the pad
(Threshold)
This setting allows a trigger signal to be received only when
the pad is above a determined force 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 will not
sound.
fig.Threshold.e
Threshold
A
B
C
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F2 (BASIC)].
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER BASIC” screen
appears.
fig.05-TrigBasic_70
Threshold: 0–31
3. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The setting screen for the struck pad appears.
You can also select by using [TRIG SELECT].
How Playing Dynamics Changes the
Volume (Velocity Curve)
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
5. When you’re finished, press [EXIT] to return to
the “DRUM KIT” screen.
Parameter
Trig Type
Sensitivity
Threshold
Value
refer to p. 44
1–32
0–31
Curve
LINEAR, EXP1,
EXP2, LOG1,
LOG2, SPLINE,
LOUD1, LOUD2
Description
Pad sensitivity
Minimum level
for the pad
How playing dynamics changes
the volume
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.
Curve: LINEAR
The standard setting. This produces the most natural
correspondence between playing dynamics and volume
change.
fig.VeloC-LINEAR.e
Volume
Striking Force
LINEAR
Pad Sensitivity
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.
Sensitivity: 1–32
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.
Curve: EXP1, EXP2
Compared to LINEAR, strong dynamics produce a greater
change.
fig.VeloC-EXP.e
Volume
Volume
EXPONENTIAL 1
Striking Force
EXPONENTIAL 2
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[TRIGGER]
2. Use [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
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.
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Curve: LOG1, LOG2
Compared to LINEAR, a soft playing produces a greater
change.
Hi-Hat Settings [F3 (HI-HAT)]
fig.VeloC-LOG.e
Volume
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F3 (HI-HAT)].
Volume
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER HIHAT” screen
appears.
fig.05-TrigHH_70
Striking Force
LOG1
LOG2
Curve: SPLINE
Extreme changes are made in response to playing dynamics.
fig.VeloC-SPLINE.e
Volume
2. Use [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
4. When you’re finished, press [EXIT] to return to
the “DRUM KIT” screen.
Striking Force
SPLINE
Curve: LOUD1, LOUD2
Very little dynamic response, making it easy to maintain
strong volume levels. If using drum triggers, these settings
help maintain stable levels.
fig.VeloC-LOUD.e
Volume
Volume
Striking Force
LOUD1
LOUD2
Parameter
Hi-Hat Ctrl
Type
Value
VH12,
VH11/FD
Description
Used Hi-Hat Controller
VH12: VH-12
VH11/FD: VH-11, FD-8
When HH Ctrl Type is set to “VH12”
-100– +100
Extent of Opening Hi-Hat
Offset
The bigger the value is,
the wider the opening
extent is.
After setting the automatic adjustment (p. 48),
make fine adjustments
until you achieve the settings you like.
Foot Splash
-10– +10
Amount of how easy to
Sens
make the Foot Splash
Noise Cancel
1–3
Amount of strength to cancel the bow and edge noise
when you play “Foot
Close.”
The bigger the value is,
the more difficult to
have a noise excluding
the “Foot Close.”
When HH Ctrl Type is set to “VH11/FD”
-10– +10
Amount of how easy to
Foot Splash
make the Foot Splash
Sens
CC Max
90, 127
Amount of Control
Change that is transmitted
in stepping the pedal down
completely.
CC
NORMAL,
Amount of Data ResoluResolution
HIGH
tion that is transmitted
from Hi-Hat Pedal. (*1)
*1: When you control the pitch by Hi-Hat Pedal (p. 38), the
pitch can be changed smoothly if you set “High.”
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
7. Press [F3 (HI-HAT)].
Connecting the VH-11 and Adjusting
the TD-12
The “TRIGGER HI-HAT” screen appears.
fig.05-VH11-Offset2
Connecting the Hi-Hat
fig.VH-Connect.e
8. Confirm the TD-12’s settings.
Parameter
Hi-Hat Type
CC Max
CC Resolution
TRIGGER
OUTPUT
jack
CONTROL
OUTPUT
jack
to the
TD-12’s
HH CTRL jack
to the
TD-12’s
TRIGGER INPUT
HI-HAT jack
Value
VH11/FD
90
NORMAL
9. While reading the meter displayed on the right
side of the TD-12’s screen, adjust the offset
with the VH-11’s VH offset adjustment screw.
Adjust the offset so that a black
meter.
appears in the
fig.05-VH11-Offset3
1. Confirm that the VH-11 and TD-12 are
connected properly.
2. After making sure that the hi-hat is not touching
the motion sensor unit at all, turn on the power
to the TD-12.
Chapter 5
[TRIGGER]
Making the Hi-Hat Settings
fig.Offset.e
VH Offset
Adjustment
Screw
OPEN
CLOSE
* The offset cannot be adjusted correctly if the hi-hat is making
contact with the motion sensor unit when the power is turned on.
3. Loosen the clutch screw and let the hi-hat rest
naturally on the motion sensor unit.
4. Press [TRIGGER] - [F1 (BANK)].
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER BANK” screen
appears.
5. Press [CURSOR] to move the cursor to the
trigger type for TRIGGER INPUT 6.
6. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select “VH11.”
fig.05-VH11-Offset1
VH Offset Adjustment Points
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. If you need, make further adjustments to other
parameters (p. 46).
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
8. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)].
Connecting the VH-12 and Adjusting
the TD-12
[TRIGGER] flashes, and the “VH offset” parameter is set
automatically.
fig.05-VH12-Offset2_70
Connecting the Hi-Hat
fig.VH12-Connect.e
Clutch
screw
When finished, [TRIGGER] stops flashing and remains
lit, and the following screen appears.
fig.05-VH12-Offset3_70
TRIGGER
OUTPUT
jack
to the TD-12’s
TRIGGER INPUT
HI-HAT jack
CONTROL
OUTPUT
jack
to the TD-12’s
HH CTRL jack
9. If you need, make further adjustments to other
parameters (p. 46).
When Hi-Hat Type is set to “VH12,” you can also
perform this operation by holding down [KIT] and
pressing [TRIGGER] (p. 20).
Adjusting the Offset
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F1 (BANK)].
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER BANK” screen
appears.
2. Press [CURSOR] to move the cursor to the
trigger type for TRIGGER INPUT 6.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select “VH12.”
4. Press [F3 (HI-HAT)].
The “TRIGGER HI-HAT” screen appears.
5. Set the Hi-Hat Type to “VH12.”
6. Press [F5 (OFFSET)].
The “VH OFFSET ADJUSTMENT” screen will appear.
fig.05-VH12-Offset1_70
7. Loosen the clutch of the top hi-hat and let it sit
on the bottom hi-hat.
* Do NOT touch the hi-hats or the pedal.
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Connecting and Setting the Hi-Hat
Control Pedal (FD Series)
Making the Hi-Hat Settings
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F3 (HI-HAT)].
[TRIGGER] lights, and the “TRIGGER HI-HAT” screen
appears.
2. Set the Hi-Hat Type to “VH11/FD.”
3. If you need, make further adjustments to other
parameters (p. 46).
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Eliminate Crosstalk Between
Pads [F4 (XTALK)]
When two pads are mounted on the same stand, hitting one
pad may trigger the sound from another pad unintentionally.
(This is called crosstalk.) Eliminate this by adjusting Xtalk
Cancel on the pad that is sounding inadvertently.
In some cases, you can prevent crosstalk between two
pads by increasing the distance between them.
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
the tom 1. The tom 1 pad will be less prone to receive
crosstalk from other pads. With a setting “OFF,” crosstalk
prevention will not work.
* 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.
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F1 (BANK)] - [F4 (XTALK)].
2. Use [F1]–[F3] to select the parameter.
3. Strike the pad you wish to set.
The cursor will move to the trigger input number for the
struck pad.
You can also select by using [CURSOR] or [TRIG
SELECT].
Chapter 5
[TRIGGER]
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
5. When you’re finished, press [EXIT] to return to
the “DRUM KIT” screen.
[F1 (XTALK)]: XTALK CANCEL
fig.05-Xtalk1_70
[F2 (MOUNT)]: MOUNT TYPE
Select the pad mount type here.
PAD: Using a pad mount
CYMBAL: Using a cymbal mount
fig.05-Xtalk2_70
[F3 (GROUP)]: XTALK GROUP
Crosstalk Cancel affects the pads set to the same number.
fig.05-Xtalk3_70
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Advanced Trigger
Parameters [F5 (ADVANCE)]
The following parameters (Advanced Trigger Parameters) are
automatically set to the most efficient values for each pad
when you select the Trigger Type (p. 44), and don’t require
adjustment, except if you experience any of the problems that
are discussed in the explanation of each parameter.
1. Press [TRIGGER] - [F1 (BANK)] [F5 (ADVANCE)].
Trigger Signal Detection Time
(Scan Time)
Since the rise time of the trigger signal waveform may differ
slightly 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 “Scan Time” so that
your way of playing can be detected more precisely.
fig.ScanTime.e
Scan Time
2. Use [F1]–[F3] and [CURSOR (up/down)] to
select the parameter.
3. Strike the pad you wish to set.
Time
The setting screen for the struck pad will appear.
You can also select by using [TRIG SELECT].
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust the setting.
5. When you’re finished, press [EXIT] to return to
the “DRUM KIT” screen.
Parameter
[F1 (SCAN)]
Value
Description
Scan Time: 0–4.0 (ms)
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.
Trig Type
Scan Time
Retrig Cancel
Mask Time
refer to p. 44
0–4.0 (ms)
Trigger signal detection
time
1–16
Detecting trigger signal
attenuation
0–64 (ms)
Double triggering prevention (p. 51)
[F2 (RIM)]
Detecting Trigger Signal Attenuation
(Retrigger Cancel)
Important if you are using acoustic drum triggers. Such
triggers can produce altered waveforms, which may also
cause inadvertent sounding at Point A in the following figure
(Retrigger).
fig.Retrigger.e
A
Time
Trig Type
Rim Gain
RimShot Adjust
XStick Thrshld
refer to p. 44
0–3.2
Rim/Edge dynamic response (p. 51)
0–8.0
Rim shots response (p. 51)
0–127
Cross stick response (p.
51)
[F3 (3-WAY)]
This occurs in particular at the decaying edge of the
waveform. Retrigger Cancel detects such distortion in and
prevents retriggering from occurring.
Retrig Cancel: 1–16
While repeatedly striking the pad, raise the “Retrig Cancel”
value until retriggering no longer occurs.
3Way Trigger
(Ride & Edge)
[F5 (NAME)]
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OFF, ON
Playing Bow/Bell/Edge
(p. 52)
Trigger Bank Name (p. 52)
* Although setting this to a high value prevents retriggering, it
then becomes easy for sounds to be omitted when the drums
played fast (roll etc.). Set this to the lowest value possible while
still ensuring that there is no retriggering.
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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Double Triggering Prevention
(Mask Time)
Rim Shots Response (Rim Shot Adjust)
When a PD-125/120/105/85/80R or RT-5S (trigger) is
connected, you can adjust the sensitivity of the rim response.
RimShot Adjust: 0–8.0
There are some cases that you have a rim sound unexpectedly
when you hit the head strongly. You 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.
Cross Stick Threshold
(XStick Thrshld)
When playing a kick trigger the beater can bounce back 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
prevent this. Once a pad has been hit, any additional trigger
signals occurring within the specified “Mask Time” (0–64
msec) will be ignored.
When a PD-125/120/105/85/80R or RT-5S (trigger) is
fig.MaskTime.e
XStick Thrshld: 0–127
Mask Time
connected, you can determine the “cross over point” between
the cross stick and a rim shot sounds.
Setting this to a higher value makes it easier to get cross stick
sounds. When set to “0,” playing a cross stick produces the
open rim shot sound.
Time
* Increasing the value excessively may cause the cross stick to
sound as well when the open rim shot is played.
fig.MaskTime.e
Sound not produced
High
Mask Time: 0–64 (ms)
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.
Volume Levels
Adjust the “Mask Time” value while playing the pad.
Rim Shot
Sound
Cross Stick
Sound
Low
If two or more sounds are being produced when you
strike the head just once, then adjust Retrig Cancel.
Rim/Edge Dynamic Response
(Rim Gain)
Soft
Striking
force
Hard
Cross Stick Threshold
(0–127)
When a PD-125/120/105/85/80R, PD-9/8/7, CY series pad,
VH-12/11, or RT-5S (trigger) is connected, you can adjust the
relation between your playing velocity (force) on the rim/
edge and the resulting volume level.
Rim Gain: 0–3.2
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.
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[TRIGGER]
You can also eliminate this problem of retriggering 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. Retrigger
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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Chapter 5. Trigger Settings [TRIGGER]
Playing Bow, Bell, and Edge
(3-Way Triggering)
Naming a Trigger Bank [F5 (Name)]
Each trigger bank can be named (up to 12 characters).
When using the CY-15R or CY-12R/C for the RIDE, you can
three way triggering (bow, bell, and edge shot) performance
are possible.
fig.05-BankName_70
3Way Trigger: OFF, ON
Connect as shown below, set 3Way Trigger to “ON.”
fig.05-Ride.e
Ride
CY-15R or CY-12R/C
1. In the “TRIGGER BANK” screen, select the
trigger bank you want to name.
2. [F5 (ADVANCE)] - [F5 (NAME)].
The “TRIGGER BANK NAME” screen appears.
3. [CURSOR (left/right)] to move the cursor to the
character to be changed.
BOW/BELL
4. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
change the character.
BOW/EDGE
TD-12 Rear Panel
Function Buttons
[F1 (INSERT)]
A blank space is inserted at the cursor position.
[F2 (DELETE)]
Character at the cursor position is deleted.
[F3 (SPACE)]
Character at the cursor position is replaced by a blank
space.
[F4 (CHAR)]
Character at the cursor position changes between
uppercase/lowercase alphabet, or numbers and symbols.
EDGE
RIDE
Correspondences Between Playing
Method and Trigger Input
Playing Method
Bow Shot
Bell Shot
Edge Shot
TD-12 TRIGGER INPUT
9 RIDE head
9 RIDE rim
10 EDGE rim
* Head-side tone for the TRIGGER INPUT 10 EDGE cannot be
sounded.
* When 3Way Trigger is set to “ON,” “RD CTRL” is displayed
for the trigger type for TRIGGER INPUT 10 EDGE. It cannot
be changed.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
The TD-12’s sequencer organizes music into six parts. The
Drum Kit part is used to record/play back what is played on
the pads. Additionally, Melody Part, Bass Part, Backing 1 Part,
and Backing 2 Part are the four backing instrument parts, and
there is another Percussion part.
The collective performance of these six parts is called a
pattern.
Preset Patterns (Pattern P 1–150)
Settings in Preset patterns cannot be modified. These patterns
are provided for use in practicing or live performances.
User Patterns (Pattern U 151–250)
These are patterns for you to use as you wish. You can record
directly from the pads or an external MIDI keyboard in real
time (p. 64). User pattern settings are saved automatically.
Using Preset Patterns
About Preset Pattern Copyright
The sounds, phrases and patterns 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 re-recorded, 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 sounds, phrases
or patterns, on CD-ROM or equivalent means.
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 sounds, phrases and patterns in this product.
Basic Operation
fig.06-001
* As you cannot record over a preset pattern, the following
appears in the display if you press [REC].
fig.06-002_70
If you want to change, edit, or record any Preset pattern
settings, copy them to a User pattern (p. 67).
[PATTERN]:
Selects patterns. This displays the basic screen for the
sequencer.
[STOP]
Stops playback of the pattern. When pressed while the
pattern is stopped, this returns you to the beginning of
the pattern.
[PLAY]
Starts playback of the pattern.
[REC]
Enters record-standby mode.
[TEMPO]
Sets the Tempo (p. 55).
[CURSOR (up)]
When pressed while the pattern is stopped, this returns
you to the beginning of the pattern.
[CURSOR (left)]
When pressed while the pattern is stopped, this returns
you to the previous measure in the pattern.
[CURSOR (right)]
When pressed while the pattern is stopped, this advances
you to the next measure in the pattern.
[CURSOR (down)]
When pressed while the pattern is stopped, this advances
you to the end of the pattern.
* [CURSOR] cannot be used while the pattern is played back.
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[PLAY]
Although you can confirm various settings for Preset patterns,
you cannot change the settings. You also cannot record these
patterns.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Choosing a Pattern
[PATTERN]
Select a Pattern from the List
[F1 (LIST)]
Here you can select patterns from a list of pattern names.
fig.06-003_70
Pattern number, pattern name, beat, measure length, pattern
playback type, and tempo are displayed.
fig.06-List_70
1. Press [PATTERN].
[PATTERN] lights, and the “PATTERN” screen appears.
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F1 (LIST)].
* If you press [F5 (NEW)], an empty pattern with the lowest
number is called up.
About the “PATTERN” screen
The “PATTERN LIST” screen appears.
2. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
select the pattern.
Function Buttons
fig.06-004_70
F
E
G
[F1 (▲ PAGE)]
The previous page of the list appears.
[F2 (PAGE ▼)]
The next page of the list appears.
C
D
B
A
A: Pattern Number
Currently selected pattern number.
B: Pattern Name
The name of the currently selected pattern.
C: Pattern Type
“P” is displayed for preset patterns, and “U” is
displayed for user patterns. When choosing an empty
pattern, an asterisk (*) appears.
D: Pattern Playback Type (p. 61)
[F5 (NEW)]
An empty pattern with the lowest number is called up.
3. Press [EXIT] to return to the “PATTERN”
screen.
Playing Back a Pattern
[PLAY]
fig.06-Play_70
E: Measure Number
Playback begins from the measure indicated here
when [PLAY] is pressed.
F: Beat
G: Part Mute Status (p. 60)
1. Select the pattern to play.
2. Press [PLAY].
When you have finished making the settings, press
[PATTERN] to bring up this screen. This prevents data
from being overwritten inadvertently during
performance.
[PLAY] lights, and playback of the pattern begins.
3. Press [STOP] to stop playback of the pattern.
[PLAY] goes off, and returns to the beginning of the
measure played at that moment.
4. Press [STOP] once again to return to beginning
of the pattern.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Tempo Adjustment
Synchronizing with an External MIDI
Device
1. Press [TEMPO].
[TEMPO] lights, and the “TEMPO” screen appears.
fig.06-Tempo1_70
This section discusses the settings that allow an external MIDI
sequencer and the TD-12’s sequencer to be synchronized. The
device that is playing back is called the “master” and the device
that is synchronizing to the playback is called the “slave.”
1. Press [TEMPO].
[TEMPO] lights, and the “TEMPO” screen appears.
3. Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
Setting the Tempo by Hitting a Pad
(Tap Tempo)
You can set the tempo by hitting a pad or pressing [PREVIEW]
two or more times at quarter-note intervals of the desired
tempo.
1. Press [TEMPO].
[TEMPO] lights, and the “TEMPO” screen appears.
2. Press [F3 (TAP)].
The “TAP TEMPO” screen appears.
fig.06-Tempo2_70
3. Press [CURSOR (up)] to move the cursor to
“Tap Switch.”
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to set to “ON.”
5. Press [CURSOR (down)] to move the cursor to
“Tap Pad.”
6. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pad (or
[PREVIEW]) to use for Tap Tempo function.
7. Press [KIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
When Tap Switch is set to “ON,” the tempo is displayed at the
upper right of the display.
fig.06-Tempo3_70
2. Press [F2 (SYNC)].
The “TEMPO SYNC” screen appears.
fig.06-Tempo4_70
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
4. Press [KIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT” screen.
Parameter
Sync Mode
Value
INTERNAL, EXTERNAL,
AUTO, REMOTE
Description
See below.
INTERNAL:
The TD-12’s tempo setting will be used for playback/
recording. When shipped from the factory, this setting is
selected.
EXTERNAL:
The TD-12’s sequencer will operate in accordance with
tempo data (MIDI Clock) from the external device.
AUTO:
This is a convenient setting that combines features of both
the INTERNAL and EXTERNAL settings. When no
synchronization signal is being received, the TD-12’s
tempo setting will be used for playback/recording. When
a synchronization signal is being received from an
external device, the TD-12 will sync to that signal.
REMOTE:
The TD-12 will obey start/pause/stop messages from an
external device, but will playback according to its own
tempo setting.
Synchronizing to the playback of an
external sequencer
In this case, the TD-12 will be the slave and an external
sequencer will be master.
1. Connect the TD-12’s MIDI IN connector with a
MIDI cable to the MIDI OUT connector of the
external sequencer.
2. Set Sync Mode to “EXTERNAL.”
3. Begin playback on the external sequencer.
Synchronized playback will begin.
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[PLAY]
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the tempo.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Part Settings [F2 (PART)]
PATTERN PART screen (Only for User Pattern)
Instrument Numbers/Instrument
Names
You can change the tone by changing the instrument
number. Selecting different variations within each
instrument number changes the instrument name, with a
different tone being selected.
fig.06-Part_70
Instrument numbers correspond to the program numbers
(1-128).
Make Settings for the Backing Part
[F1 (BACKING)]
Here you can select the instrument used for the backing parts
(other parts than drum kit part and percussion part), etc.
Variation Tones
These are slightly varied tone types found in an
instrument number. The number of variation tones varies
with the instrument number.
fig.06-Variation_70
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)].
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
2. Press [F1 (BACKING)].
The “MELODY (BASS, BACKING1, BACKING2) PART”
screen appears.
Instrument Name
fig.06-Backing_70
Number of
Variation Tones
Master Tuning
3. Press [F1]–[F4] to select the part you wish to
set.
[F1]: Melody Part
Here you can adjust the overall tuning for the Melody, Bass,
Backing 1, and Backing 2 part.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)] - [F2
(BACKING)] - [F5 (M TUNE)].
[F2]: Bass Part
[F3]: Backing 1 Part
The “MASTER TUNE” screen appears.
[F4]: Backing 2 Part
fig.06-Tune_70
4. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
5. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Key Shift
Value
Refer to Backing
Instrument List
(p. 94)
-24–0– +24
Bend Range
0– +24
Parameter
Inst
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Description
Part Instrument
2. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make setting.
Master Tune: 415.3–466.2Hz
* You can set this to 440.0 Hz by pressing [F5 (440 Hz)].
Shifts the overall
pitch (in semitone steps).
Amount of
change in pitch
with pitch bend
at the maximum
level (in semitone
steps).
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Percussion Part Settings [F2 (PERC)]
Choosing a Percussion Set
An assembled group of different percussion instruments is
called a percussion set. There are 8 percussion sets, with
percussion instruments assigned to each note number (128).
So multiple instruments can be used at one time. They can be
edited and use the effects unit of the backing instruments.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)].
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
2. Press [F2 (PERC)].
Percussion Set Settings
1. In the “PERCUSSION PART” screen, press [F5
(EDIT)].
The “PERCUSSION SET EDIT” screen appears.
fig.06-PercSet_70
2. Make settings of the percussion set.
3. When finished, press [EXIT] to return to the
“PERCUSSION PART” screen.
The “PERCUSSION PART” screen appears.
Selecting a Percussion Instrument
fig.06-PercPart_70
Select an instrument for each note number.
1. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the note
number you wish to set.
About the Percussion Sets
The TD-12 features eight percussion sets.
You can select which percussion set is to be used in each
pattern with the pattern’s Percussion Part setting
(press [PATTERN]) - [(F2 (PART)] - [F2 (PERC)]).
Pattern
Percussion Set
Pattern 1
Percussion Set 1
Pattern 2
Percussion Set 2
2. Use [VALUE] or [+/-] to select the instrument.
You can listen the sound of instrument by pressing
[PREVIEW].
Selecting a Percussion Instrument
from the List [F1 (LIST)]
Here you can select from the list of all available instruments.
1. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the note
number you wish to set.
2. Press [F1 (LIST)].
The “PERCUSSION SET INST LIST” screen appears.
fig.06-PercList_70
Percussion Set 3
Pattern 151
Percussion Set 4
Pattern 152
Percussion Set 5
Percussion Set 6
Pattern 250
Percussion Set 7
Percussion Set 8
Changing a percussion set’s instrument settings
simultaneously changes the percussion instruments in
patterns using the same percussion sets.
* The Preset patterns use Percussion Sets 1--5. If you
change the percussion set settings, it is recommended that
you first copy the percussion set you want to change to
Percussion Set 6 or other percussion set, then change the
settings in the copy.
3. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR] to select the
instrument.
Function Buttons
[F1 (< PAGE)]
Previous page of the list appears.
[F2 (PAGE >)]
The next page of the list appears.
[F5 (OFF)]
Selects the instrument #561 (OFF).
4. Press [EXIT] to return to the “PERCUSSION
SET EDIT” screen.
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[PLAY]
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the percussion
set.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Making the Settings for Each
Percussion Instrument [F2 (EDIT)]
Naming a Percussion Set [F3 (NAME)]
Set the volume, pan, pitch, decay, etc. for each percussion
instrument.
fig.06-PercName_70
Each percussion set can be named (up to 12 characters).
1. Press [F2 (EDIT)].
The “PERCUSSION SET EDIT” screen appears.
fig.06-PercEdit_70
1. Press [F3 (NAME)].
The “PERCUSSION SET NAME” screen appears.
2. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to move the cursor
to the character to be changed.
2. Press [CURSOR] to select the parameter.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Parameter
Perc Note
Value
0 (C -)–127 (G 9)
(Inst)
Volume
Pan
Pitch
Decay Time
Rev Send Level
Refer to Drum Instrument List (p.
88).
0–127
L15–CTR–R15
-480–+480
-31–+31
0–127
CC
0–127
Description
Note number to
be set
Instrument
Function Buttons
[F1 (INSERT)]
A blank space is inserted at the cursor position.
[F2 (DELETE)]
Character at the cursor position is deleted.
–
Stereo position
–
–
Amount of reverb
See below.
CC: Specifies how the instrument which changes the tone
like a snare (striking position) or hi-hat (pedal position)
sounds.
4. Press [EXIT] to return to the “PERCUSSION
SET EDIT” screen.
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3. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
change the character.
[F3 (SPACE)]
Character at cursor position is replaced by a blank space.
[F4 (CHAR)]
Character at the cursor position changes between
uppercase/lowercase alphabet, or numbers and symbols.
4. Press [EXIT] to return to the “PERCUSSION
SET EDIT” screen.
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Volume/Pan Settings for Each Part
[F3 (MIXER)]
* Drum part cannot be set here. Set in the MIXER settings (p.
39).
* To adjust volume/pan settings for each instrument of the
percussion part, refer to p. 57.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)].
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
Reverb Settings for Backing Parts
[F3 (MIXER)] - [F4 (REVERB)]
Set the amount of reverb and chorus for each backing part.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)].
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
2. Press [F3 (MIXER)] - [F4 (REVERB)].
The “REVERB” screen appears.
fig.06-Rev_70
2. Press [F3 (MIXER)].
The “PART VOLUME”, “PART PAN”, or “PART
REVERB SEND LEVEL” screen appears.
fig.06-Mixer_70
3. Press [CURSOR] to select the parameter.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
4. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to select the part
you wish to set.
5. Use [+/-], [VALUE], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
make settings.
Parameter
[F1 (VOLUME)]
PART VOLUME
[F2 (PAN)]
PART PAN
[F3 (REV SND)]
PART REVERB SEND LEVEL
Value
Parameter
REVERB
Type
Time
Value
Description
ROOM1, ROOM2,
STAGE1, STAGE2,
HALL1, HALL2,
DELAY, PAN-DELAY
0–127
Type of reverb
Reverb Length/
Delay Time
0–127
L15–CTR–R15
0–127
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3. Press [F1]–[F3] to select the parameter.
5. Press [F5 (REV SW)] to turn the reverb ON or
OFF.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Muting a Specific Part [F5 (MUTE)]
You can mute specific parts in patterns.
Pattern Settings [F3 (FUNC)]
Set various settings for the user patterns.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F2 (PART)].
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
2. Press [F5 (MUTE)].
The “PART MUTE” screen appears.
fig.06-Mute1_70
Time Signature/Number of
Measures/Tempo Settings
[F1 (SETUP)]
1. Press [PATTERN].
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
2. Press [F3 (FUNC)] - [F1 (SETUP)].
The “PATTERN SETUP” screen appears.
3. Press [F1]–[F5] to turn each part muted or
played.
fig.06-PtnSetup_70
[F1]: Melody Part
[F2]: Bass Part
[F3]: Backing 1 Part + Backing 2 Part
[F4]: Percussion Part
3. Press [CURSOR] to select the parameter.
[F5]: Drum Kit Part
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
4. Press [PATTERN] to return to the “PATTERN”
screen.
* You can check the part mute status in the “PATTERN” screen.
fig.06-Mute2_70
Parameter
Pattern Length
Value
1–999
Time Signature
Numerator: 1–15
Denominator: 2, 4, 8, 16
20–260
Tempo
MUTE
60
PLAY
Description
Number of
measures
Beat
–
Change the Time Signature setting before recording. You
cannot set 1/8 and 1/16-3/16.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
TAP (
Choosing a Playback Method
[F2 (TYPE)]
1. Press [PATTERN].
For example if you specify “TAP” for a pattern which
contains a melody line and assign this pattern to a pad,
you can play the notes of the melody in order each time
you strike the pad. You can set the “Tap Reset Time” so
that the pattern will automatically return to the
beginning if that time interval elapses without that pad
being hit again. You can play a bass line with your kick
drum, too.
2. Press [F3 (FUNC)] - [F2 (TYPE)].
The “PATTERN TYPE” screen appears.
fig.06-PtnType_70
3. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Value
LOOP, ONESHOT,
TAP, VLINK
OFF, 0.2–4.0
OFF, ON
Tap Reset Time
Quick Play
Description
See below.
* When using Realtime Recording (p. 64) to record patterns used
for TAP playback, make the Quantize settings (p. 66) before
you begin recording.
VLINK (
):
Special “TAP” for the V-LINK function (p. 78).
You can switch the images in order each time you strike
the pad (or press [PLAY]).
TAP and VLINK cannot be selected on an empty pattern.
About Play Type
(LOOP, ONESHOT, TAP, and VLINK)
Supplementary function for TAP and
VLINK
LOOP (
Tap Reset Time: OFF, 0.2–4.0 (sec.)
):
After the pattern is played back all the way to the end,
playback then repeats, starting at the beginning of the
pattern. Playback continues until [STOP] is pressed.
Loop is useful for practicing and live performance.
ONESHOT (
This function automatically returns the pattern to the
beginning if the set time interval elapses without the pad
being hit again. This is the time interval that resets the
pattern being used. If it is set to “OFF,” this function will
be disabled.
):
Playback stops once the end of the pattern is reached.
This is a convenient feature to use when assigning
patterns to the pads (Pad Pattern; p. 37). Each time you
hit the pad to which the pattern is assigned, it will
automatically start from the beginning of the pattern.
Supplementary function for LOOP and
ONESHOT
You can have the velocity of the pattern being
played change according to the force with which the
pad is tapped (Pad Pattern Velocity). Refer to p. 37.
Confirming the Usage Status of the
TD-12’s Internal Memory
[F3 (MEMORY)]
Quick Play: OFF, ON
Quick Play starts playback of the pattern from the first
note (first event) even if when you recorded the pattern,
you left a pause at the beginning. For example if you had
just played/recorded freely, ignoring the tempo clock.
You can confirm the usage status of the TD-12’s internal
memory.
fig.06-Memory_70
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[PLAY]
The “PATTERN PART” screen appears.
Parameter
Play Type
):
When set to Pad Pattern (p. 37), the sounds are played
back in sequence each time the pad is pressed. (You can
use [PLAY] instead of a pad.)
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Naming a Pattern [F5 (NAME)]
Each pattern can be named (up to 12 characters).
Starting and Stopping the
Metronome (Click) On/Off
fig.06-PtnName_70
1. Press [TEMPO].
[TEMPO] lights, and the “TEMPO” screen appears.
2. Press [F5] to turn the click ON and OFF.
fig.06-Click1_70
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F3 (FUNC)] - [F5 (NAME)].
[PATTERN] lights, and the “PATTERN NAME” screen
appears.
2. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to move the cursor
to the character to be changed.
3. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
change the character.
Function Buttons
3. Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
You can also turn the click on/off by holding down
[SHIFT] and pressing [TEMPO].
[F1 (INSERT)]
A blank space is inserted at the cursor position.
[F2 (DELETE)]
Character at the cursor position is deleted.
[F3 (SPACE)]
Character at cursor position is replaced by a blank space.
[F4 (CHAR)]
Character at the cursor position changes between upper
case/lowercase alphabet, or numbers and symbols.
Using a Indicator as a Click
(Tempo Indicator)
You can use the [TEMPO] indicator as a click.
1. Press [TEMPO].
[TEMPO] lights, and the “TEMPO” screen appears.
2. Press [F4] to turn the [TEMPO] indicator
flashing (ON) or going off (OFF).
fig.06-Click2_70
3. Press [EXIT] to return to the “DRUM KIT”
screen.
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Chapter 6. Sequencer (Playback)
Setting the Click
To adjust the click level, move [GROUP FADERS] [CLICK] (p. 26).
1. Press [TEMPO] - [F1 (CLICK)].
The “CLICK SETTINGS” screen appears.
fig.06-Click5_70
2. Press [CURSOR] to select the parameter.
Click Instruments
VOICE, CLICK, BEEP, METRONOME, CLAVES,
WOOD BLOCK, STICKS, CROSS STICK, TRIANGLE,
COWBELL, CONGA, TALKING DRUM, MARACAS,
CABASA, CUICA, AGOGO, TAMBOURINE, SNAPS,
909 SNARE, 808 COWBELL
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Parameter
[F1 (INST)]
Inst
Description
Refer to right column.
L15–CENTER–
R15
0–127
Sound for the click
Stereo position of the
click
Amb Send
Amount of ambience
Level
for the click
You have to turn the
ambience on (p. 42).
When “---” is displayed, this level is set to
“0” automatically to prevent the click sound
from leaking.
Output
MASTER
Output destination for
+PHONES,
the click
PHONES ONLY,
You can also select
DIRECT 5,
by pressing [SETUP]
DIRECT 6,
- [F2 (OUTPUT)] DIRECT 5+6,
[F2 (OTHER)] (p.
DIRECT 7,
76).
DIRECT 8,
DIRECT 7+8
[F2 (TIMESIG)]
Numerator: 0–13
When the numerator is
Time
Denominator:
set to “0,” no accent is
Signature
2, 4, 8, 16
added to the first beat.
Interval
1/2 (half note), 3/8 (dotted quarter note),
1/4 (quarter note), 1/8 (eighth note),
1/12 (eighth-note triplet), 1/16 (16th note)
[F3 (COUNT)]
OFF, 1 MEAS,
Adds a count in before
Count In
2 MEAS
playback.
Play
Count In
OFF, 1 MEAS,
Adds a count in before
Rec
2 MEAS
recording.
During
OFF, ON
Sets the click to play
Play
during pattern playback.
During Rec
OFF, ON
Sets the click to play
during recording.
Chapter 6
[PLAY]
Pan
Value
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Chapter 7. Sequencer (Recording/Editing)
Recording a Pattern [REC]
How to Record
What is played on the pads or on an external MIDI keyboard
can be recorded (Realtime Recording).
The procedure is the same when recording with pads or with
a MIDI keyboard.
Your performance will be recorded exactly as you play it,
including hi-hat control pedal movements and Positional
Sensing.
(1) Select an Empty Pattern
1. Press [PATTERN].
[PATTERN] lights, and the “PATTERN” screen appears.
fig.06-003_70
Please keep in mind that even though there are 100 user
patterns, the amount of memory available will be
determined by how much data is recorded into TD-12.
You can check the amount of memory available by
pressing [PATTERN] - [F3 (FUNC)] - [F3 (MEMORY)].
2. Press [F5 (NEW)].
An empty pattern is automatically selected.
fig.07-Rec1-2_70
Storing performance data that describes every instance
where the Hi-Hat Control Pedal is used, and that
includes strike position detection rapidly consumes the
User memory.
If all of the patterns have been used, this can’t be selected.
Delete an unneeded pattern (p. 69) before you record.
* You can also select by using [+/-] or [VALUE].
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(2) Set the Time Signature, the
Number of Measures, and the Tempo
1. In the “PATTERN” screen, press [F3 (FUNC)] [F1 (SETUP)].
The “PATTERN SETUP” screen appears.
fig.06-PtnSetup_70
2. Press [CURSOR] to select the parameter.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Parameter
Pattern Length
Time Signature
Tempo
Value
1–999
Numerator: 1–15
Denominator: 2, 4, 8, 16
20–260
Time Signature can be set on an empty pattern. You
cannot set 1/8 and 1/16–3/16.
(3) Select a MIDI Channel
Be sure that the transmit channel on your keyboard
corresponds to the MIDI channel of the part you wish to
record.
Each part has it’s own MIDI channel. The factory preset
channels are as follows:
Part
Drum Kit part
Percussion part
Melody part
Bass part
Backing 1 part
Backing 2 part
MIDI Channel
CH10
CH11
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
You can change the MIDI channel by pressing [SETUP] [F1 (MIDI)] - [F1 (MIDI CH)] (p. 72).
You can record the percussion part with pads by pressing
[SETUP] - [F1 (MIDI)] - [F2 (GLOBAL)] and then setting
Local Control to “ON (PERC)” (p. 73).
(4) Part Setting
Follow the procedures described in Part Settings [F2
(PART)] (p. 56) to make settings of the parts.
Chapter 7
[REC]
If REC Mode (p. 66) is set to “Replace,” it is not necessary
to specify the Length. Recording will continue until you
press [STOP], and the number of measures recorded will
automatically become the “LENGTH” setting.
You can have a count sound (click) inserted before
recording begins by pressing [TEMPO] - [F1 (CLICK)] [F3 (COUNT)] and then setting Count In Rec (p. 63).
If you are recording from the pads,
disregard paragraphs (3) and (4) of this
section.
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Chapter 7. Sequencer (Recording/Editing)
(5) Set the Recording Method
(6) Recording
1. In the “PATTERN” screen, press [REC].
1. Press [PLAY] to begin recording.
[PLAY] flashes, and [REC] lights.
The “PATTERN REC STANDBY” screen appears, and the
click sound begins to play.
[PLAY] stops flashing and remains lit, and the
“PATTERN RECORDING” screen appears.
fig.07-Rec6-1_70
fig.07-Rec5-1_70
2. Play with pads or MIDI keyboards to record.
2. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
3. Press [STOP] to stop recording.
[PLAY] and [REC] go off.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Parameter
Tempo
Quantize
Rec Mode
Hit Pad
Start
Value
20–260
8th note–
64th note,
OFF
LOOP ALL,
LOOP 1–2,
REPLACE
OFF, ON
Description
–
See below.
See below.
When “ON,” recording
starts the instant you strike
a pad in recording standby mode. Press [F5 (HITPAD)] to turn on/off.
This function can be
used only when Local
Control (p. 73) is set to
“ON (DRUM).”
You can name the recorded pattern (p. 62).
Checking the Tones and Phrases
During Recording (Rehearsal)
The Rehearsal function temporarily suspends recording
during the recording process, allowing you to rehearse and
then quickly resume recording.
1. Start recording (p. 64).
2. While recording is underway, press [REC].
[REC] flashes, and the REHEARSAL screen appears.
Now, data from pads or keyboard cannot be recorded.
fig.07-Rehearsal_70
Quantize
Quantize is a function that corrects timing inaccuracies while
you record. Set the note value before you begin recording and
everything you play will be quantized automatically.
The value should be set to the shortest note appearing in the
phrase. When set to “OFF,” the pattern is recorded exactly as
played.
* When using Tap Playback to play back a pattern you have
created, first make sure that this is not set to “OFF,” then
quantize. If set to “OFF,” then Tap Playback cannot be
executed correctly.
Rec Mode
LOOP ALL:
The entire pattern will be repeated in loop mode and you
can continually record (like overdubbing).
LOOP 1, LOOP 2:
Recording in a one or two measure loop mode.
REPLACE:
Recording will continue until you press [STOP]. Any
previously recorded data for all Parts will be erased.
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3. Press [REC] to resume recording.
[REC] lights.
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Chapter 7. Sequencer (Recording/Editing)
Editing a Pattern [F4 (EDIT)]
3. When you want to copy selected measures or
part, press [F4 (MEASURE)].
The “COPY PATTERN MEASURE” screen appears.
fig.07-Cpy4_70
You can edit user patterns.
PATTERN EDIT screen (Preset Pattern)
fig.07-PrstEdit_70
4. Press [CURSOR] to select the parameter.
5. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern, part,
and measures.
PATTERN EDIT screen (User Pattern)
fig.07-UserEdit_70
Src
Dst
Copying a Pattern [F1 (COPY)]
Pattern
Copysource pattern
Copy-destination pattern
Part
Copysource part
Copy-destination part
Measure
Measures to be copied (First Measure–
Last Measure)
First measure of the
copy-destination
6. Press [F5 (COPY)].
Copy the pattern as is to the User patterns.
fig.07-Cpy1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The confirmation screen appears.
fig.07-Cpy5_70
Src
Dst
7. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)].
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
fig.07-Cpy2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Src
Dst
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F4 (EDIT)].
The “PATTERN EDIT” screen appears.
2. Press [F1 (COPY)].
The “COPY PATTERN” screen appears.
fig.07-Cpy3_70
• If the number of measures in the copy-source pattern and
the copy-destination pattern differ, the number of
measures in the copy-destination pattern may increase or
decrease according to this difference.
• When “ALL” is specified in copy-source part, then only
“ALL” may be specified in copy-destination part.
Additionally, if other than “ALL” is specified in copysource part, then “ALL” cannot be specified in copydestination part.
• When copying between drum kit parts and percussion
parts or backing parts, copy takes place in accord with
the predetermined correspondence between note
numbers and pads. Only note numbers assigned to pads
will be copied.
For more on note numbers and trigger inputs, refer to
Preset Percussion Set List (p. 92).
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[REC]
You can copy selected measures of a part or pattern. Unlike
copying an entire pattern, settings such as instrument and part
volume etc. will not be copied.
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Chapter 7. Sequencer (Recording/Editing)
Connecting Two Patterns
[F2 (APPEND)]
Erasing a pattern [F3 (ERASE)]
This connects two patterns to create one pattern. The pattern
specified as “Dst” will be first, and the pattern specified as
“Src” will be connected to it. The new pattern will be created
in “Dst.”
This erases the pattern. Performance data is erased, while beat,
measure length, and other settings are left intact.
fig.07-Ers1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
fig.07-Apd1
Dst
1
2
3
Src
1
4
2
3
4
+
You can erase portions of the pattern, in measure units. The
erased portions become blank measures.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Dst
fig.07-Ers2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F4 (EDIT)].
The “PATTERN EDIT” screen appears.
2. Press [F2 (APPEND)].
“APPEND PATTERN” screen appears.
fig.07-Apd2_70
Although the data is erased, the pattern length is
unchanged.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F4 (EDIT)].
3. Press [CURSOR (up)] to move the cursor to
“Src.”
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern that
will come later.
The “PATTERN EDIT” screen appears.
2. Press [F3 (ERASE)].
The “ERASE PATTERN” screen appears.
fig.07-Ers3_70
5. Press [CURSOR (down)] to move the cursor to
“Dst.”
6. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern that
will come first.
7. Press [F5 (APPEND)].
The confirmation screen appears.
3. When you want to erase selected measures or
part, press [F4 (MEASURE)].
The “ERASE PATTERN MEASURE” screen appears.
fig.07-Apd3_70
fig.07-Ers4_70
8. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)].
4. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to select the
parameter.
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
5. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern, part,
and measures.
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2. Press [F4 (DELETE)].
Pattern
Pattern to be
erased
Part
Part to be
erased
Measure
Measures to be erased
(First Measure–Last Measure)
The “DELETE PATTERN” screen appears.
fig.07-Del3_70
6. Press [F5 (ERASE)].
The confirmation screen appears.
fig.07-Ers5_70
3. When you want to delete selected measures,
press [F4 (MEASURE)].
The “DELETE PATTERN MEASURE” screen appears.
fig.07-Del4_70
7. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)].
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
Deleting a Pattern [F4 (DELETE)]
This deletes the pattern performance, beat, measure length,
part, and all other settings, creating a empty pattern.
fig.07-Del1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
4. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to select the
parameter.
5. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the pattern and
measures.
8
Pattern
Pattern to be deleted
Measure
Measures to be deleted
(First Measure–Last Measure)
1
6. Press [F5 (DELETE)].
You can delete unneeded measures from the pattern, then
connects the portions before and after the resulting gap.
The confirmation screen appears.
fig.07-Del5_70
fig.07-Del2
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
7
8
6
7
8
Chapter 7
[REC]
1
7. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)].
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
• The performance data following the deleted range is
moved forward (and the performance data for that part is
shortened).
• When all parts in the targeted range are specified,
deletion results in the pattern itself becoming shorter.
• When all measures for all parts are deleted, the pattern
itself is deleted, resulting in a pattern containing no
performance data (an empty pattern). Settings, including
beat and measure length, are restored to their initial
values as well.
1. Press [PATTERN] - [F4 (EDIT)].
The “PATTERN EDIT” screen appears.
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Chapter 8. Copy Function [COPY]
You can copy drum kits, instruments, etc. to the destination of
your choice.
Copying will overwrite the data that was in the new
destination. So take caution when performing this
operation.
1. Press [COPY].
[COPY] lights, and the “COPY” screen appears.
fig.08-CopyMenu_70
4. Press [F4] or [F5].
[F4 (EXCHNG)]:
The contents of the copy-source and copy-destination are
exchanged. (This can be selected when a “USER” data is
used for the copy-source.)
[F5 (COPY)]:
The previous content of the copy-destination is
overwritten by the content of the copy-source.
The confirmation screen appears. (Example: Copying a
drum kit)
fig.08-Confirm_70
2. Press [F1]–[F5] to select what you want to copy.
[F1 (KIT)]:
* To cancel, press [F1 (EXIT)].
drum kit
[F2 (INST)]:
drum instrument
[F3 (PERC)]:
percussion set
[F4 (TRIG)]:
trigger bank
5. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)] to carry out the
procedure.
[F5 (CHAIN)]: drum kit chain
3. Use [CURSOR], [+/-], or [VALUE] to select the
copy-source and the copy-destination.
fig.08-CopyParam_70
A
B
E
• “EXCHNG” is convenient for changing the order of data
in a sequence.
• To restore the original factory settings, select “PRESET”
for the copy-source type.
For details on copying a pattern, refer to p. 67.
C
D
F
A: copy-source type (PRESET or USER)
B: copy-source
C: copy-destination
D: exchange button
(This appears when “USER” is selected for the copysource type.)
E: copy-source pad
(This appears when copying a drum instrument.)
F: copy-destination pad
(This appears when copying a drum instrument.)
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Chapter 8. Copy Function [COPY]
Instruments
About Copied Settings
Drum Kit
Copied Settings
Pad settings
Head
Instrument Settings
Mixer Settings
Effect Settings
Pad Pattern Settings, etc.
Rim
Copied pad instrument settings include settings for both the
head and rim.
Ambience Settings
Multi-effect Settings
Global Drum Kit Settings
• Instrument Settings
• V-EDIT/EDIT Settings
* Effect and mixer settings are not copied.
Percussion Sets
All percussion set settings are copied.
Percussion Set
Copied Settings
Note Settings
Instrument Settings
Volume, Pan, Effect, CC Settings
Percussion Set Name
Percussion Set Settings
Note Settings
Trigger Bank
Percussion Set Name
Instrument Settings
Volume, Pan, Effect,
CC Settings
Input Settings
Trigger Bank
Trigger Type
Sensitivity, Curve Settings
Advanced Trigger settings
All trigger bank set settings are copied.
Hi-hat Settings
Crosstalk Cancel Settings
3-Way Trigger Settings
Trigger Bank Name
Copied Settings
Trigger Bank Settings
Drum Kit Chain
Step Settings
Drum Kit Settings
Input Settings
Drum Kit Chain Name
Drum Kits
All drum kit settings are copied.
Hi-hat Settings
Crosstalk Cancel Settings
3-Way Trigger Settings
Trigger Bank Name
Trigger Type
Sensitivity, Curve Settings
Advanced Trigger settings
Drum Kit Chain
All Drum Kit Chain settings are copied.
Chapter 8
[COPY]
Copied Settings
Copied Settings
Drum Kit
Settings
Pad
Settings
Global Drum
Kit Settings
Ambience
Settings
Multi-effect
Settings
Instrument
Settings
Effect Settings
Other Various
Function Settings
Volume, Drum Kit Name,
Midi Settings, etc.
On/Off, Performance Space,
Wall Material, Effect Level,
etc.
On/Off, Effect Type,
Effect Level, etc.
Instrument, V-EDIT/EDIT,
Volume, Pan and Other Mixer Settings
Compressor, Equalizer,
Ambience/Multi-effects
Send Level
Pad Pattern Function,
Pitch Control Function,
MIDI Settings, etc.
• Drum Kit Chain Name
• Stepped Drum Kit settings
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
2. Press [F1 (MIDI)] - [F2 (GLOBAL)].
SETUP screen
fig.09-Setup_70
The “MIDI GLOBAL” screen appears.
fig.09-MidiGlobal_70
MIDI Settings and Operations
[F1 (MIDI)]
Setting the MIDI Channels for Each
Part [F1 (MIDI CH)]
For each part, you can specify the channel on which the TD-12
will receive and transmit MIDI messages.
1. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F1 (MIDI)] - [F1 (MIDI CH)].
The “MIDI CHANNEL” screen appears.
fig.09-MidiCh_70
3. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Parameter
Soft Thru
Local Control
Device ID
V-LINK MIDI Ch
V-LINK Device ID
Value
OFF, ON
OFF, ON (DRUM), ON (PERC)
1–32
CH1–CH16
1–32, 128
Soft Thru
This section explains how you can use the Roland SPD-20 (a
MIDI controller) together with the TD-12’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.
fig.SoftThru.e
3. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the part
you wish to set.
Pad or Pedal
SPD-20
4. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to select the
parameter.
5. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
MIDI OUT
Parameter
Tx/Rx
Value
OFF, ON
Channel
CH1–CH16
Description
Turns the transmitting and
receiving MIDI messages
ON or OFF.
transmit and receive channel
To the MIDI IN of another
sound module or sampler
TRIGGER
INPUT
MIDI IN
* Drum kit part and percussion part can be overlaid and set to
“CH10.” When a duplicate note number is received, the
instrument assigned to the drum kit part (the pad instrument)
sounds. Other note number is received, the percussion part
instrument is played.
* Other parts and MIDI channels cannot be overlaid.
MIDI Settings for the Entire TD-12
[F2 (GLOBAL)]
1. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
Local Control
Device ID
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-12’s internal
sounds. If that is your need, then turn Local Control to “OFF.”
The trigger signals from the pads go directly to the MIDI
OUT/THRU connector.
The setting described here is necessary only when you wish to
transmit separate data to two or more TD-12 units at the same
time. Do not change this setting in any other case. (At the
factory settings, the device ID is set to “17.”)
* If you lose track of the Device ID setting that was used when
saving data via a bulk dump, it will no longer be possible to
reload the bulk data that was saved.
The TD-12’s default mode is with Local Control “ON.”
Example:
Suppose that when data was saved via bulk dump (p. 75), the
TD-12’s Device ID was set to “17.” When re-transmitting this
data back to the TD-12, it won’t receive if the Device ID is set
to something other than “17.”
fig.LocalCtrl.e
Pad
fig.DeviceID.e
Transmit data
Device ID: 17
Trigger Input
TD-12
MIDI IN
Local Control:
OFF
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
Internal Sound Generator
Device ID: 17
MIDI IN
System Exclusive
is not received
External MIDI Sequencer
(Soft Thru: 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-12 and will not be played correctly.
ON (DRUM):
The performance data from the pad is sent to the drum
kit part. Normally set to this.
ON (PERC):
The performance data from the pad is sent to the
percussion part and drum kits cannot be played. Select
this only when you record the percussion part with pads.
When Local Control is set to “ON (PERC),” the sound
does not change if you switch drum kits because drum
kits cannot be played with pads.
Device ID: 16
PedalBend CC Max
This setting specifies the range of Control Change
messages used in the Pitch Control function (p. 38). No
change to the setting is necessary when performing or
recording with the TD-12 and pads.
The Pitch Control function uses the same Control Change
message as the hi-hat open/close function (factory setting:
“FOOT (4)”). As set at the factory, Pitch Control uses values
ranging from 0 to 90 to change the pitch. When a value of 90 is
received, the pitch changes up to the pitch set in Pedal Bend
Range. Set PedalBend CC Max to 127 only if you wish to use
an external MIDI device to change the pitch using values
ranging from 0 to 127.
* There is no need to change the factory settings when recording
TD-12 performances to an external MIDI device and playing
back such performances using the external MIDI device.
* When set to “127,” the change in pitch stops at the pitch set in
Pedal Bend Range, even if you continue to press the hi-hat
control pedal down completely.
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[SETUP]
Trigger→MIDI
Converter
MIDI OUT
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
MIDI Messages for Detailed
Performance Expressions [F3 (CTRL)]
1. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F1 (MIDI)] - [F3 (CTRL)].
The “MIDI CONTROL” screen appears.
fig.09-MidiCtrl_70
If you change the Hi-hat Note Number 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.
Switching Drum Kits via MIDI
(Program Change) [F4 (PROG)]
Each drum kit/percussion set has its own program change
number.
1. Press [SETUP].
3. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
parameter.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
Parameter
Pedal CC
Snare CC
Ride CC
Toms CC
HH Note#
Border
Value
OFF,
MODULATION(1),
BREATH(2),
FOOT(4),
EXPRESSION(11),
GENERAL1(16)–
GENERAL4(19)
0–127
Description
Control change used
for transmitting/receiving the depth to
which the hi-hat
pedal pressed
Control change used
for transmitting/receiving the strike position of the snare,
ride, and tom 1–4
See below.
* When a control change is set to be more than one parameter, an
asterisk (*) appears at the right of the unavailable parameter.
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F1 (MIDI)] - [F4 (PROG)].
The “MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE (DRUM KIT)” or
“MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE (PERC SET)” screen
appears.
fig.09-MidiPcDrum_70
fig.09-MidiPcPerc_70
3. Press [F3 (DRM KIT)], [F4 (PRC GRP)], and
[CURSOR (up/down)] to select the drum kit or
percussion set you wish to set.
[F3 (DRM KIT)]: Drum Kit
HH Note# Border
(Hi-Hat Note Number Border)
The only time you would need to change this setting is
when you are triggering an external sound module.
The note number transmitted when you strike the hi-hat will
change depending on the amount of pressure on the hi-hat
pedal. HH Note# Border allows you to adjust the pedal
position at which the note number switches from the open hihat to the closed hi-hat.
As you monitor the note number transmitted by the TD-12
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.
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[F4 (PRC GRP)]: Percussion Set
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
The drum kits/percussion sets will switch when a Program
Change message is received from an external MIDI device.
When you switch TD-12’s drum kits/percussion sets, the
Program Change number set here is transmitted.
Turning the Reception/Transmission of
Program Changes On/Off
In the “MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE (DRUM KIT)” or “MIDI
PROGRAM CHANGE (PERC SET)” screen, pressing [F1]
turns the reception of program changes on or off, and pressing
[F2] turns the transmission on/off.
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
Saving Data to an external MIDI
Device (Bulk Dump) [F5 (BULK)]
Saving Data
5. Start the recording process of the external
sequencer.
6. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)] to begin sending the
data.
fig.09-MidiBulk2_70
To save data, use the external sequencer as you would when
recording musical data, and perform the following steps on
the TD-12 as shown in the following diagram.
1. Connect the TD-12’s MIDI OUT connector with a
MIDI cable to the MIDI IN connector of the
external sequencer.
fig.BulkDump.e
* If you want to stop sending, press [F5 (STOP)].
7. When finished, the following screen appears.
fig.09-MidiBulk3_70
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
Sequencer
TD-12
Bulk Dump is one kind of System Exclusive message. Be
sure to use an external MIDI sequencer that is capable of
recording System Exclusive messages. In addition,
confirm that the sequencer is not set to “Do not receive
System Exclusive messages.”
2. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
Loading Data to the TD-12
3. Press [F1 (MIDI)] - [F5 (BULK)].
The “MIDI BULK DUMP” screen appears.
fig.09-MidiBulk1_70
At this time, all the TD-12’s current data is overwritten.
Make sure you have made the needed backup.
Transmit Data
ALL
SETUP
ALL DRUM KITS
1 DRUM KIT
ALL TRIG BANKS
1 TRIG BANK
ALL PERC
GROUPS
1 PERC GROUP
ALL PATTERNS
Description
All data, including setup, drum kits,
user percussion sets, user patterns
Trigger, pad, and other kinds of settings
All data for drum kits 1–50
Only the data for the selected drum
kit
All settings for trigger banks 1–4
Only the settings for the selected
trigger bank
All data for the user percussion sets
1–8
Only the data for the selected percussion set
All data for the user patterns 151–250
fig.BulkLoad.e
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
Chapter 9
[SETUP]
4. Press [+/-], [VALUE], and [CURSOR (up/down)]
to select the content to be sent.
1. Connect the TD-12’s MIDI IN connector with a
MIDI cable to the MIDI OUT connector of the
external sequencer.
Sequencer
TD-12
2. Press “PLAY” on the external sequencer to
transmit the data to the TD-12.
Received data is written into the TD-12.
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
Selecting Output Destinations
[F2 (OUTPUT)]
Here you can select the output destination for each TRIGGER
INPUTs, sequencer parts, and the sound input from the MIX
IN jack.
Output Destination for the Drum
Instruments
1. Press [SETUP].
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the output
destination.
* You can restore all output destinations to factory settings
(MASTR L+R and PHONES) by pressing [F5 (DEFAULT)] [F5 (EXECUTE)].
Block Diagram (p. 100)
Setting the Switches
[F3 (CONTROL)]
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F2 (OUTPUT)] - [F1 (PAD)].
The “OUTPUT ASSIGN (PAD)” screen appears.
fig.09-OutAsgn1_70
Using Pads as Switches
[F1 (PAD SW)]
Pads connected to TRIGGER INPUT 12 (AUX2) and/or 11
(AUX1) can be set to switch drum kits and play back patterns.
3. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to select the
TRIGGER INPUT.
You can also select by striking the pad.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the output
destination.
1. Connect the pad(s) to the TRIGGER INPUT 12
(AUX2) and/or 11 (AUX1).
2. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
3. Press [F3 (CONTROL)] - [F1 (PAD SW)].
The “PAD SWITCH” screen appears.
fig.09-PadSw_70
* You can restore all output destinations to factory settings
(MASTR L+R) by pressing [F5 (DEFAULT)] - [F5
(EXECUTE)].
Output Destination for the Sequencer
Parts/Metronome Click/Sound Input
from MIX IN [F2 (OTHER)]
1. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F2 (OUTPUT)] - [F2 (OTHER)].
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the function.
5. When setting to “USER,” press [CURSOR] to
move the cursor to “AUX1” and “AUX2.”
6. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the functions for
the heads and rims of AUX1 and AUX2.
The “OUTPUT ASSIGN (OTHER)” screen appears.
fig.09-OutAsgn2_70
Function
3. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to select the
source.
AMB:
MFX:
BACK:
PERC:
CLICK:
MIXIN:
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Ambience
Multi-effects
Backing parts of the sequencer
Percussion part of the sequencer
Metronome click
Sound input from the MIX IN jack
OFF
KIT SELECT1
AUX1
Head
Rim
OFF
OFF
KIT SELECT2
CHAIN SELECT1
KIT# DEC
OFF
CHAIN SELECT2
PATTERN
SELECT1
PATTERN
SELECT2
CHAIN# DEC
OFF
PTN# DEC
AUX2
Head
Rim
OFF
KIT#
KIT#
INC
DEC
KIT# INC
CHAIN
CHAIN
# INC
# DEC
CHAIN# INC
PTN#
PTN#
INC
DEC
PTN# INC
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
Function
USER
OFF
KIT# INC
KIT# DEC
CHAIN# INC
CHAIN# DEC
PTN# INC
PTN# DEC
XSTICK SW
AUX1
AUX2
Head
Rim
Head
Rim
Select from the table below.
Turns off Pad Switch.
Calls up the next kit.
Calls up the previous kit.
Calls up the next drum kit chain.
Calls up the previous drum kit chain.
Calls up the next pattern.
Calls up the previous pattern.
Switches the cross-stick sound on and
off (p. 32).
• You can press [PREVIEW] to preview sounds at the
velocity corresponding to the cursor position.
• By holding down [KIT] when you press [PREVIEW], you
can shift through three separate velocity levels set here as
you check the sound (p. 25).
Adjusting the Display Contrast
[F3 (LCD)]
The display contrast is strongly influenced by the location of
the TD-12 and the lighting of the room it’s in. Adjust this
parameter when needed.
1. Press [SETUP].
• If you don’t want sound from the pad used as a pad
switch, press [MIXER] - [F1 (VOLUME)], and set the
volume level for AUX2 and/or AUX1 to “0” (p. 39). Or
press [INST] and select “561 Off” for AUX2 and/or AUX1
(p. 33).
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F3 (CONTROL)] - [F3 (LCD)].
The “LCD CONTRAST” screen appears.
fig.09-Contrast_70
• To prevent triggering playback of patterns when the pad
is hit, switch off the Pad Pattern setting (p. 37).
• When using pad switches to switch kits in a Drum Kit
Chain (p. 80), FUNCTION should be set to “KIT SELECT
1” or “KIT SELECT 2,” and you need to press the
[CHAIN], so its indicator is lit. (The Drum Kit Chain
settings need to be made beforehand.)
PREVIEW Button Velocity
[F2 (PREVIEW)]
You can check the sound of the instrument assigned to the
selected input by pressing [PREVIEW]. The procedure
described here sets the velocity (volume) used in playing the
instrument when [PREVIEW] is pressed.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to adjust.
* You can also adjust it by holding [KIT] and turning [VALUE].
Checking the TD-12’s Internal
Program Version [F5 (VERSION)]
1. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
2. Press [F3 (CONTROL)] - [F5 (VERSION)].
The “VERSION INFORMATION” screen appears.
fig.09-Version_70
1. Press [SETUP].
[SETUP] lights, and the “SETUP” screen appears.
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[SETUP]
2. Press [F3 (CONTROL)] - [F2 (PREVIEW)].
The “PREVIEW” screen appears.
fig.09-Preview_70
3. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the
velocity you wish to set.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to make settings.
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
Synchronizing Images to a
TD-12 Performance
[F4 (V-LINK)]
Using V-LINK
Turning V-LINK On/Off
1. Press [SETUP] - [F4 (V-LINK)].
[SETUP] lights, and the “V-LINK” screen appears.
What is V-LINK?
fig.09-VLink_70
V-LINK (
) is a function that allows music and
images to be performed together. By using MIDI to connect
two or more V-LINK compatible devices, you can easily enjoy
performing a wide range of visual effects that are linked to the
expressive elements of a music performance.
For example, by using the TD-12 and Edirol DV-7PR together,
you can use the pads connected to the TD-12 to switch the
Edirol DV-7PR’s images (clips/palettes).
2. Press [F5 (V-LINK)] to turn the V-LINK function
ON and OFF.
fig.09-VLinkOn1_70
* In order to use V-LINK with the TD-12 and Edirol DV-7PR,
you will need to make connections using an Edirol UM-1X/
UM-1SX (sold separately).
* Before turning V-LINK on, turn the Edirol DV-7PR’s power
on.
Connection Examples
* 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.
Use an Edirol UM-1X to connect the TD-12’s MIDI OUT
connector to the Edirol DV-7PR’s remote jack.
3. Press [KIT] to display the “DRUM KIT” screen.
When V-LINK is on, the V-LINK icon appears in the “DRUM
KIT” screen.
fig.09-VLinkOn2_70
fig.V-LINKconnect.e
Projector
Edirol DV-7PR
* The V-LINK function will always be OFF when you turn the
TD-12’s power on.
REMOTE
V-LINK MIDI Ch (V-LINK MIDI Channel)
Edirol UM-1X
Display
When V-LINK function is on, the performance data recorded
in the backing part of the sequencer is transmitted on this
channel.
* At the factory settings, this is set to “CH16.”
MIDI OUT
V-LINK Device ID
Set this ID to match the device ID number of the video
equipment which is controlled by the TD-12. If this is set to
“128,” you can control the video equipment regardless of the
device ID number of it.
* At the factory settings, this is set to “17.”
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Chapter 9. Settings for the Entire TD-12 [SETUP]
V-LINK Functions that the TD-12 Can
Control and MIDI Messages
When playing a pattern by hitting a pad (Pad Pattern; p. 37),
you can assign the following functions to the note messages
recorded in the backing parts of the pattern to control the VLINK-compatible video equipment.
* The backing parts are the parts other than the drum part and
percussion part of the internal sequencer.
For details on clips/palettes, dissolve time, and retrigger
point, refer to the Edirol DV-7PR owner’s manual.
The TD-12 does not support the Edirol DV-7PR’s dual
stream mode.
* Set Play Type (p. 61) of the pattern to “V-LINK.”
Palette 1–20
Clip 1–28
Dissolve Time
Selecting a palette
Selecting a clip
Changing the time
of the transition between clips
*2
*1
Palette No.
Palette 1
Palette 2
Palette 3
Palette 4
Palette 5
Palette 6
Palette 7
Palette 8
Palette 9
Palette 10
Palette 11
Palette 12
Palette 13
Palette 14
Palette 15
Palette 16
Palette 17
Palette 18
Palette 19
Palette 20
Transmitted
MIDI messages
Note On (*1)
Note On (*2)
Note On (*2)
(Velocity)
Note No.
37 (C#2)
39 (D#2)
42 (F#2)
44 (G#2)
46 (A#2)
49 (C#3)
51 (D#3)
54 (F#3)
56 (G#3)
58 (A#3)
61 (C#4)
63 (D#4)
66 (F#4)
68 (G#4)
70 (A#4)
73 (C#5)
75 (D#5)
78 (F#5)
80 (G#5)
82 (A#5)
Clip No.
Clip 1
Clip 2
Clip 3
Clip 4
Clip 5
Clip 6
Clip 7
Clip 8
Clip 9
Clip 10
Clip 11
Clip 12
Clip 13
Clip 14
Clip 15
Clip 16
Clip 17
Clip 18
Clip 19
Clip 20
Clip 21
Clip 22
Clip 23
Clip 24
Clip 25
Clip 26
Clip 27
Clip 28
Note No.
36 (C2)
38 (D2)
40 (E2)
41 (F2)
43 (G2)
45 (A2)
47 (B2)
48 (C3)
50 (D3)
52 (E3)
53 (F3)
55 (G3)
57 (A3)
59 (B3)
60 (C4)
62 (D4)
64 (E4)
65 (F4)
67 (G4)
69 (A4)
71 (B4)
72 (C5)
74 (D5)
76 (E5)
77 (F5)
79 (G5)
81 (A5)
83 (B5)
Restoring the Factory
Settings [F5 (F RESET)]
This restores the TD-12 to the original factory settings
(Factory Reset).
All of the data and settings stored in the TD-12 will be
erased. Use the Bulk Dump function (p. 75) to save any
data and settings you need to an external MIDI device.
1. Press [SETUP] - [F5 (F RESET)].
[SETUP] lights, and the “FACTORY RESET” screen
appears.
fig.09-Factory1_70
2. Press [F5 (RESET)].
The confirmation screen appears.
fig.09-Factory2_70
* To cancel, press [F1 (CANCEL)].
3. Press [F5 (EXECUTE)] to execute Factory
Reset.
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[SETUP]
V-LINK function
When Factory Reset is finished, the “DRUM KIT” screen
appears.
When Factory Reset is carried out, the [GROUP FADERS]
settings values are set to the maximum volume,
regardless of the slider positions.
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Chapter 10. Drum Kit Chain [CHAIN]
Drum Kit Chain allows you to step through the drum kits of
your choice and in the order you want. The TD-12 lets you
create and store 16 different chains of up to 32 steps each.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to create the drum kit
chain.
fig.10-ChainEdit2_70
fig.10-001e
32 steps
Chain 1
Kit
7
Kit
2
Kit
5
Kit
10
9. Press [EXIT].
Chain 2
The “DRUM KIT CHAIN” screen appears.
Function Buttons
Chain 16
[F1 (INSERT)]
A step with the same kit is inserted at the cursor position,
and steps after this point are moved back one place.
Creating a Drum Kit Chain
1. Press [CHAIN] to switch Drum Kit Chain on.
[CHAIN] lights, and the “DRUM KIT CHAIN” screen
appears.
fig.10-Chain_70
2. Press [F1 (EDIT)].
The “CHAIN EDIT” screen appears.
fig.10-ChainEdit1_70
3. Press [CURSOR (left)] to move the cursor to the
chain number.
4. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the chain number.
5. Press [CURSOR (right)] to move the cursor to
the step (the order in which the drum kits will be
selected) in the right area of the display.
6. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the step.
7. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to select the drum kit.
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[F2 (DELETE)]
Step at the cursor position is deleted, and steps after this
point are moved forward one place.
[F5 (NAME)]
You can name a drum kit chain.
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Chapter 10. Drum Kit Chain [CHAIN]
Naming a Drum Kit Chain
[F5 (NAME)]
Each chain’s name can use up to 12 characters.
fig.10-ChainName_70
Playing with a Drum Kit
Chain
1. Press [CHAIN] to switch Drum Kit Chain on.
[CHAIN] lights.
fig.10-ChainPlay_70
1. Select the drum kit chain you want to name in
the “DRUM KIT CHAIN” screen.
2. Press [F1 (C EDIT)] - [F5 (NAME)].
The “CHAIN NAME” screen appears.
3. Press [CURSOR (left/right)] to move the cursor
to the character to be changed.
4. Use [VALUE], [+/-], or [CURSOR (up/down)] to
change the character.
Function Buttons
[F1 (INSERT)]
A blank space is inserted at the cursor position, and
characters after this point are moved to the right one
space.
[F2 (DELETE)]
Character at the cursor position is deleted, and characters
after this point are moved to the left one space.
2. Press [CURSOR (up/down)] to select the chain
number to be used.
3. Use [+/-] or [VALUE] to call up the kits to be
used in each selected step in the chain.
4. When the performance is finished, press
[CHAIN] or [EXIT] to switch Drum Kit Chain off.
[CHAIN] goes off.
With the Pad Switch function, you can use the pads to
call up drum kit chains. For more details, refer to Using
Pads as Switches [F1 (PAD SW)] (p. 76).
If differences in volume levels between kits is a problem,
press [MIXER] - [F4 (KIT VOL)] and adjust “Kit Volume”
(the overall kit volume).
[F3 (SPACE)]
[F4 (CHAR)]
Type of character at the cursor position changes between
upper case/lowercase alphabet, or numbers and
symbols.
5. When you’re finished, press [EXIT] twice to
return to the “DRUM KIT CHAIN” screen.
The following Drum Kit Chains have been
preconfigured in the factory settings.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tap Ptns
Loop Ptns
Acoustic
Electronic
Percussion
Ambience
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[CHAIN]
Character at the cursor position is replaced by a blank
space.
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Messages and Error Messages
This section lists the messages (error messages) that the TD-12 produces and explains the meaning of each
message, giving you the appropriate action to take.
fig.Message_70
When an indication of “ACCEPT” is shown above [F5] as in the
figure, pressing that button will close the message window.
Error Messages
Message
Backup Battery Low!
Backup NG!
MIDI Communication Error!
System Error!
Measure Maximum!
Data Overload!
Not Enough Memory!
BULK DUMP
Checksum Error!
BULK DUMP
Receive Address Error!
BULK DUMP
Receive Data Error!
BULK DUMP
Receive Time Out!
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Meaning
The internal backup battery of the TD-12 (a
battery that maintains data in the user memory) has run down.
Data in the TD-12’s memory may be corrupted. The TD-12’s internal backup battery (the
battery used for saving User memory data) is
fully drained; internal data has been lost.
It is possible that the power has been turned
off for the MIDI device connected to the TD12’s MIDI IN connector.
A problem has occurred with the internal
system.
The maximum number of measures that can
be recorded to one pattern has been exceeded; no further recording or editing that adds
measures can be carried out.
Pattern contained an excessive amount of data, and as a result could not be output successfully from MIDI OUT.
Pattern recording or editing could not be carried out because there was not enough internal memory.
The checksum value of a system exclusive
message was incorrect.
The receive address of a system exclusive
message was incorrect.
A MIDI message was received incorrectly.
The interval in receiving system exclusive
messages were too long.
Action
Contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service
center to have the battery replaced.
Contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service
center to have the battery replaced. Follow the
messages appearing on the screen to carry out
Factory Reset (p. 79); you will then be able to
use the unit temporarily.
Check the power of the connected MIDI device.
Contact your dealer or a nearby Roland service
center.
Delete unneeded measures from the pattern
being recorded or edited (p. 69).
Try eliminating a part that has too much data.
Try deleting patterns that are no longer needed
(p. 69).
Correct the checksum value.
Correct the receive address.
If the same error message is displayed repeatedly, there is a problem with the MIDI messages that are being transmitted to the TD-12.
Make the interval of the data shorter.
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Messages and Error Messages
Messages
No Empty Pattern!
MIDI Offline!
MIDI Buffer Full!
Power On Too Long.
Please Turn Off!
Auto Shutdown Completed.
Please Turn Off!
Meaning
Bulk data is now being received.
Action
–
Bulk data transmission was halted.
–
You cannot record on the preset pattern.
This pattern contains no performance data; it
cannot be edited.
There are no empty patterns for recording.
A MIDI cable was disconnected. (Or communication with the external MIDI device
stopped for some reason.)
A large amount of MIDI messages were received in a short time, and could not be processed completely.
Copy the pattern onto a user pattern.
Select the other pattern that contains performance data.
Delete unneeded pattern (p. 69).
Make sure that MIDI cables have not been
pulled out or broken.
The power remains ON for a long time.
Confirm that the external MIDI device is properly connected. If the problem persists, reduce
the amount of MIDI messages sent to the TD12.
Turn the TD-12’s power off, then turn on
again.
Appendices
Message
BULK DUMP
Receiving... Please Wait.
BULK DUMP
Aborted!
Preset Pattern!
Empty Pattern!
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Preset Drum Kit List
No.
Drum Kit Name
Pad Pattern
Description
1
V Stage
Standard V-drums sound, perfect for testing V-editing possibilities.
2
TheEDGE
Slash metal kit created using EQ, Comp, and Ambience.
3
Jazz
4
Custom
Jazz combo sound.
You can simulate the sound of leaving the beater against the bass drum head.
Very bright and tight sound.
5
processing
6
FLA>n<GER *
Tap, 1Shot
7
Melodies *
Tap
8
NewAgeJam *
Tap, 1Shot
9
LatinDrms *
Loop
Processed sounds used in dance music and similar styles.
Chords are played on Crash 1’s edge.
Snare and Tom rims use a one-shot pattern with a flanger effect.
Tap patterns assigned to the Kick, Snare, Hi-Hat, Crash, and Ride
allow you to play ensemble performances.
Chords are played on Crash 1’s edge, and phrases on the Tom 1 & Tom 2 rims
and the Ride’s bell.
Latin patterns played on the Crash 1’s bow.
Also features the characteristic Tom rim shot sound.
Brush kit allowing you to play perfect brush sweeps.
10
Brushes
11
Fusion
Tight fusion kit.
12
Skanky
Loose, funky and very naturally live sound.
13
_/ Spark! _/
Sounds with wide dynamic range and rapid attack.
14
GT Rock
Dry 80’s Rock sound. (No Ambience is used.)
15
UrbanPop
Bright, sparkling sound, perfect for music featuring heavy use of synthesizers.
16
JazzSizzle
Jazz kit with sizzle cymbals.
17
BigRock
Hard Rock kit featuring characteristic fat kick and big, prominent snare sound.
18
RotoKit
Kit with roto-kick and roto-toms.
19
UNIVERSE
Kit features sound with heavy use of Ambience.
20
Cognito *
Loop
21
Rock Band *
Loop, Tap
22
HighSpeed *
Loop
23
A.O.R *
Loop
24
ShortCut *
Loop
25
JazzGig *
Loop
26
TEK MIX *
Loop
27
Groover *
Loop
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Kit with tight sound suitable for all Funk styles.
Various percussion sounds are assigned to the Tom rims.
Bass is played on the Kick, guitar riffs, chords and solos on the Crash 1 bow and edge,
and the Tom rims.
Kit suited to fast-tempo music styles.
Dry, simple Rock kit.
Drum and bass kit with short decay sounds.
Big Band kit with bright Ambience.
Kit featuring mixed electronic sounds.
Funk kit with a fixed hi-hat on the Tom 2 head, and a cow bell on it’s rim.
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Preset Drum Kit List
No.
Drum Kit Name
Pad Pattern
28
DoubleBass *
Loop
29
PopReggae *
Loop
30
Booth *
Loop
31
neo style *
Tap, 1Shot
32
Airtime
33
Zeppy
This sounds like a kit in a concert hall, with a slight delay from the walls.
34
Drumline
Marching band or drum corps sound.
35
SlapBack
This kit features multi-effects delay.
36
GatePumper
These drums sound like they’re a big, dry wood room.
37
Stadium
Kit with stadium reverberation.
38
70s Record
Vintage sounding 70’s kit.
39
90s Power
90’s-style “rhythm machine” sound.
40
BreakBeats
Lo-Fi sound.
41
TR-808
TR-808 rhythm machine kit.
42
TR-909
TR-909 rhythm machine kit.
43
Hexa<[]>drum
Old-style “electric drum” sound.
44
Cosmosis
Combination of electronic and processed sounds.
45
OrchPerc *
Tap, 1Shot
46
LatinToys *
Loop
47
AfricanPerc*
Loop
48
Tabla/Sitar*
Loop, Tap
49
SurVivor
Spacey sound kit with a big ambient feel.
50
My VKit
Use as a copy destination kit.
All parameters are set to default values. EQ, Comp, Ambience, and Effects are set to OFF.
Description
Double-bass kick played with the hi-hat pedal.
A fixed hi-hat sound is assigned to the Hi-Hat edge.
Reggae drum kit with timbales assigned to the toms.
Studio ambient kit. 7/4 patterns are assigned to Crash 1 and Crash 2’s bow.
Effects-type sounds. A Tap pattern of Chords is assigned to Crash 1’s edge,
and one-shot patterns on Tom 1, 2 & 3’s rims.
Fat sounding kit using lots of Ambience.
Orchestra percussion kit. String tap patterns are assigned to Tom 1, 2 & 3’s rims.
Latin percussion sounds. A 6/4 pattern is played on Crash 1’s bow.
African percussion sounds. A xylophone pattern is played on Crash 1’s bow.
Indian percussion sounds. Sitar can be played on Crash 1’s bow and Tom 1’s rim.
About the Pad Patterns
Loop:
Tap:
1Shot:
Loop Pattern:
Playback starts when the pad to which the pattern is assigned is struck, and stops when hit again.
Tap Pattern:
Chords or melodies are played once each time the pad to which the pattern is assigned is struck.
One-Shot Pattern: Playback (one time only) starts when the pad to which the pattern is assigned is struck.
* Kits with the “PADPTN” icon (
) next to the kit name use the Pad Pattern function (Loop, One-Shot, Tap).
* To turn off all pad patterns assigned to a drum kit at one time, set the PadPtn Master SW setting to OFF. This is on a “per-kit” basis.
Procedure: Press [KIT] - [F2 (FUNC)] - [F4 (PAD PTN)], then set PadPtn Master SW to “ALL PADS OFF.”
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Appendices
* To stop a Loop pattern that is playing, either strike the pad used to play the Loop pattern once again, or press the TD-12’s [STOP] button.
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Preset Pattern List
Category
T.S Len Tempo Type
Category
T.S Len Tempo Type
1 DrumPreview1
Drums
4/4
4
112 Loop
51 NuFunkB 4/4
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
176 Loop
2 DrumPreview2
Drums
4/4
4
112 Loop
52 Funk 5/4A
Funk/R&B
5/4
2
86 Loop
3 DrumFill 1
Drums
4/4
2
112 Loop
53 Funk 4/4B
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
86 Loop
4 DrumFill 2
Drums
4/4
2
112 Loop
54 Jupiter
Fusion
4/4
8
93 Loop
5 Wanna Ride?
Variety (Rock)
4/4
29
130 Loop
55 Mars
Fusion
4/4
4
70 Loop
6 Early Flight
Variety (Pops)
4/4
20
90 Loop
56 Afro-Shuffle
Fusion
4/4
8
120 Loop
No. Name
No. Name
7 Djembe’nBass
Variety (Fusion)
4/4
16
154 Loop
57 Night Bird
Fusion
4/4
20
78 Loop
8 Walk Alone
Variety (Ballad)
4/4
22
110 Loop
58 Lite as Air
Fusion
4/4
16
85 Loop
9 2-Steppin’
Variety (Misc.)
4/4
16
130 Loop
59 Fun Times
Fusion
4/4
8
90 Loop
10 12bar4/4Trip
Variety (Misc.)
4/4
12
160 Loop
60 kool breeze
Fusion
4/4
8
105 Loop
11 Paris Nights
Variety (Pops)
4/4
8
116 Loop
61 LateNiteTalk
Fusion
4/4
16
95 Loop
12 Disco LIVES!
Variety (Funk/R&B) 4/4
8
135 Loop
62 Fast Track
Fusion
4/4
4
105 Loop
13 Chillin’
Variety (Ballad)
4/4
4
120 Loop
63 Bug Juice
Fusion
4/4
4
74 Loop
14 Flitting
Variety (Misc.)
4/4
8
150 Loop
64 R&B Groove
Fusion
4/4
12
80 Loop
15 Salsa minor
Variety (Latin)
4/4
24
176 Loop
65 Smooth Grv
Fusion
4/4
19
73 Loop
16 80’s Rock
Rock
4/4
32
130 Loop
66 Suspended
Fusion
4/4
18
95 Loop
17 LittleDoggie
Rock
4/4
8
100 Loop
67 Slow Fusion
Fusion
4/4
15
85 Loop
18 CrossOver110
Rock
4/4
16
110 Loop
68 Jazz Swing
Jazz
4/4
48
208 Loop
19 Rockin’
Rock
4/4
16
110 Loop
69 Jazz Waltz
Jazz
3/4
40
110 Loop
20 Rockin’ Hard
Rock
4/4
18
95 Loop
70 Jazz Ballad
Jazz
4/4
36
110 Loop
21 Shufflin’
Rock
4/4
26
140 Loop
71 6/8 Jazz
Jazz
6/8
26
101 Loop
22 Rockmay
Rock
4/4
8
100 Loop
72 Smooth Jazz
Jazz
4/4
20
183 Loop
23 Flee
Rock
4/4
4
120 Loop
73 Swing&Latin
Jazz
4/4
92
188 Loop
24 ScaryHop
Rock
4/4
8
97 Loop
74 Aqua
Latin
4/4
26
105 Loop
25 Grr-unge
Rock
4/4
4
111 Loop
75 LoungeLizard
Latin
4/4
8
110 Loop
26 Afterglow
Rock
4/4
4
112 Loop
76 Ocean
Latin
4/4
4
94 Loop
27 Rain Dance
Pops
4/4
8
115 Loop
77 Salsa major
Latin
4/4
16
176 Loop
28 Party Time
Pops
4/4
8
102 Loop
78 Latin 24
Latin
4/4
24
130 Loop
29 Water Fall
Pops
4/4
4
80 Loop
79 Afro Jazz
Latin
4/4
22
194 Loop
30 Happy R&B
Pops
4/4
8
104 Loop
80 Latin Jazz
Latin
4/4
26
167 Loop
31 Holiday
Pops
4/4
8
111 Loop
81 Songo
Latin
4/4
16
109 Loop
32 Jammin’
Pops
4/4
8
113 Loop
82 Blues Latin
Blues
4/4
12
55 Loop
33 Festival
Pops
6/4
4
164 Loop
83 Rockabilly
Blues
4/4
24
192 Loop
34 Pop X
Pops
4/4
8
124 Loop
84 Sweet Reggae
Reggae
4/4
12
150 Loop
35 King Strut
Pops
4/4
4
84 Loop
85 New Reggae
Reggae
4/4
4
116 Loop
36 Funky Strut
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
70 Loop
86 Rastamon
Reggae
4/4
4
86 Loop
37 Blue Funk
Funk/R&B
4/4
8
105 Loop
87 Ska-Daddle
Reggae
4/4
4
156 Loop
38 The Chase
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
112 Loop
88 Fallout
Ballad
4/4
24
120 Loop
39 Space Funk
Funk/R&B
4/4
8
85 Loop
89 Just Chill
Ballad
4/4
8
92 Loop
40 SmoothSchool
Funk/R&B
4/4
10
88 Loop
90 6/8 Ballad
Ballad
6/8
21
50 Loop
41 In the House
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
100 Loop
91 Comin’ Home
Country
4/4
8
123 Loop
42 Brown Funk
Funk/R&B
4/4
18
130 Loop
92 Country Blld
Country
4/4
8
102 Loop
43 Old Soul
Funk/R&B
4/4
8
114 Loop
93 Kyoto Tale
Misc.
4/4
16
100 Loop
44 Funk Hop
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
102 Loop
94 La Riviera!
Misc.
4/4
2
170 Loop
45 Night Groove
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
88 Loop
95 THINK FAST
Misc.
4/4
8
170 Loop
46 Smooth Sail
Funk/R&B
4/4
4
89 Loop
96 Barrel House
Misc.
4/4
8
121 Loop
47 Thick Funk
Funk/R&B
4/4
12
102 Loop
97 R 3 D 3
Misc.
4/4
12
120 Loop
48 7/4 Funk A
Funk/R&B
7/4
4
110 Loop
98 Dopeness
Misc.
4/4
4
160 Loop
49 7/4 Funk B
Funk/R&B
7/4
4
110 Loop
99 Romantico
Misc.
4/4
4
133 Loop
50 NuFunkA 5/4
Funk/R&B
5/4
4
176 Loop
100 N’Sanity 101
Misc.
4/4
16
170 Loop
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Preset Pattern List
Category
T.S Len Tempo Type
Misc.
4/4
4
130 Loop
102 Alien Attack
Misc.
4/4
4
104 Loop
103 Prowl
Misc.
4/4
4
80 Loop
104 Guttn’
Misc.
4/4
4
68 Loop
105 BigBandBass
Perc & Bass
4/4
32
145 Loop
106 Latin Bass
Perc & Bass
4/4
8
120 Loop
107 Shuffle Bass
Perc & Bass
4/4
12
125 Loop
108 Fusion Bass
Perc & Bass
4/4
16
110 Loop
109 ShuffleFnkBs
Perc & Bass
4/4
16
100 Loop
110 Soul Funk Bs
Perc & Bass
4/4
16
140 Loop
111 2BeatAfro Lp
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
102 Loop
112 Djembe Beat
for Pad Pattern
4/4
4
94 Loop
113 Latin Lp 6/4
for Pad Pattern
6/4
2
170 Loop
114 African Xylo
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
100 Loop
115 Sitar Drone
for Pad Pattern
4/4
1
90 Loop
116 Rock Rhythm
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
112 Loop
117 Rock Bass
for Pad Pattern
4/4
3
112 Tap
118 RockGt Chrds
for Pad Pattern
4/4
16
112 Tap
119 RockGt Lead1
for Pad Pattern
4/4
41
112 Tap
120 RockGt Lead2
for Pad Pattern
4/4
25
112 Tap
121 RockGt Lead3
for Pad Pattern
4/4
31
112 Tap
122 Jam Fretless
for Pad Pattern
4/4
8
120 Tap
123 Jam SynVibe
for Pad Pattern
4/4
36
120 Tap
124 Jam Vibes
for Pad Pattern
4/4
18
120 Tap
125 Jam Sweep
for Pad Pattern
4/4
32
120 Tap
126 Jam D/E
for Pad Pattern
4/4
4
120 1Shot
127 Roll Snr Rim
for Pad Pattern
2/4
1
168 1Shot
128 Roll Tom1Rim
for Pad Pattern
2/4
1
168 1Shot
129 Roll Tom2Rim
for Pad Pattern
2/4
1
168 1Shot
130 Roll Tom3Rim
for Pad Pattern
2/4
1
168 1Shot
131 AsianRoad
for Pad Pattern
4/4
16
168 Tap
132 Tune Bass
for Pad Pattern
4/4
3
120 Tap
133 Tune Chord
for Pad Pattern
4/4
8
120 Tap
134 Tune Alp A1
for Pad Pattern
4/4
4
120 Tap
135 Tune Alp A2
for Pad Pattern
4/4
4
120 Tap
136 Tune Alp B1
for Pad Pattern
4/4
1
120 Tap
137 Tune Alp B2
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
120 Tap
138 Tune Alp C1
for Pad Pattern
4/4
1
120 Tap
139 Tune Alp C2
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
120 Tap
140 Tune Ending
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
120 Tap
141 Tune Alp Gm6
for Pad Pattern
4/4
28
120 Tap
142 8 Chords
for Pad Pattern
4/4
16
168 Tap
143 Applause
for Pad Pattern
4/4
2
116 1Shot
144 Samba Tap
for Pad Pattern
4/4
1
120 Tap
145 Sitar Rag
for Pad Pattern
4/4
17
100 Tap
146 OrchString1
for Pad Pattern
4/4
8
128 Tap
147 OrchString2
for Pad Pattern
4/4
8
128 Tap
148 OrchString3
for Pad Pattern
4/4
8
128 Tap
149 7 Notes
for V-LINK
4/4
7
128 VLink
150 12 Notes
for V-LINK
4/4
12
128 VLink
T.S:
Time Signature
Len:
Pattern Length (Number of measures)
Type:
Play Type (See p. 61.)
Loop: Loop Pattern
Tap:
Tap Pattern
1Shot: One-Shot Pattern
VLink: V-LINK Pattern
Appendices
No. Name
101 Toxic Change
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Drum Instrument List
No.
Name
Remark
KICK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
88
Cartoon
Chicken
Jive
RB
Layered
Lazy
HardLow
Alley
DaFloor
Croak
Plastic
Trip
Gokigen
FX-Wah
Lo-Fi
Name
Remark
KICK ELEC
22”Birch
22”Solid
22”StdMple
22”Maple
24”Carbon
22”CbnMple
22”GT
22”TitanHp
22”Mahogny
20”Lite
22”RoseWd
22”Oak
Recording1
Recording2
Universal
BigOpen
JazzCombo1
JazzCombo2
Cannon
Roto
Booth
K
Ballad K
Swing
K
Heavy
K
Can
K
Fusion K
Latin
K
Meat
K
Pillow K
DryMed K
Dry
K
Solid
K
Reso
K
Raw
K
Vintage K
OldMple K
Hard
K
BigLow K
Hybrid K
Gabba1 K
Gabba2 K
Gabba3 K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
KICK PROCESSED
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
No.
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
K
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
Cosmic K
Hi-Q
K
Analog1 K
Analog2 K
Analog3 K
ClascElec1
ClascElec2
ClascElec3
ClascElec4
ClascElec5
ClascElec6
TR808 Kick
TR909 Kick
Name
Remark
SNARE BRUSH
109
110
111
112
K
K
K
K
K
K
RoundBdge S
RoundBdge SR
CoolyMple S
CoolyMple SR
70’sMetal S
70’sMetal SR
WoodBrass S
WoodBrass SR
13”Hole
S
13”Hole
SR
Aluminum S
Aluminum SR
Titanium S
Titanium SR
Skanky
S
Skanky
SR
30’sMaple S
30’sMaple SR
BrassPico S
BrassPico SR
Booth
S
Booth
SR
Studio S
Studio SR
Ballad S
Ballad SR
Swing
S
Swing
SR
Street S
Lite
S
LA Fat S
Ring
S
Whack
S
Impulse S
Cruddy1 S
Cruddy2 S
HotRod S
HotRod SR
Brush1
Brush1
Brush2
Brush2
S
SR
S
SR
*BRUSH
*BRUSH
SNARE PROCESSED
SNARE
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
No.
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*P
*I
*P
*P
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*I
*X
*I *X
*I *X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
Basis
S
Chunk
S
ClapTailS
ClubDry S
Dump
S
HopRim1 S
HopRim2 S
HopRim3 S
LzrGate S
Pick
S
Planet S
RB
S
2Step
S
Lo-Fi
S
Round XStik
Cooly XStik
70’s
XStik
WoodBr XStik
13”
XStik
Alumi XStik
Titan XStik
Skanky XStik
30’s
XStik
Reggae XStik
Ballad XStik
Studio XStik
Swing XStik
Hard
XStik
Maple XStik
SNARE ELEC
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
ClascElec1 S
ClascElec2 S
ClascElec3 S
ClascElec4 S
ClascElec5 S
TR808 Snare
TR808 SnrRim
TR909 Snare
TR909 SnrRim
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
*X
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Name
Remark
TOM
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
12”Birch
12”Birch
13”Birch
13”Birch
16”Birch
16”Birch
18”Birch
18”Birch
12”GT
12”GT
13”GT
13”GT
16”GT
16”GT
18”GT
18”GT
10”Univ
10”Univ
12”Univ
12”Univ
14”Univ
14”Univ
16”Univ
16”Univ
12”Clasc
12”Clasc
13”Clasc
13”Clasc
16”Clasc
16”Clasc
18”Clasc
18”Clasc
12”Fiber
12”Fiber
14”Fiber
14”Fiber
16”Fiber
16”Fiber
18”Fiber
18”Fiber
12”Maple
12”Maple
14”Maple
14”Maple
16”Maple
16”Maple
18”Maple
18”Maple
12”Oak
12”Oak
14”Oak
14”Oak
16”Oak
16”Oak
18”Oak
18”Oak
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
T1
T1R
T2
T2R
T3
T3R
T4
T4R
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
*P
No.
Name
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
8”Roto T1
8”Roto T1R
10”Roto T2
10”Roto T2R
12”Roto T3
12”Roto T3R
14”Roto T4
14”Roto T4R
16”Roto T5
16”Roto T6
18”Roto T7
18”Roto T8
18”RotoExLo1
18”RotoExLo2
Ballad T1
Ballad T2
Ballad T3
Ballad T4
Swing
T1
Swing
T2
Swing
T3
Swing
T4
Pop1
T1
Pop1
T2
Pop1
T3
Pop1
T4
Pop2
T1
Pop2
T2
Pop2
T3
Pop2
T4
Round
T1
Round
T2
Round
T3
Round
T4
80’sDry T1
80’sDry T2
80’sDry T3
80’sDry T4
90’sBig T1
90’sBig T2
90’sBig T3
90’sBig T4
90’sPower T1
90’sPower T2
90’sPower T3
90’sPower T4
OctaTom C Hi
OctaTom B
OctaTom A
OctaTom G
OctaTom F
OctaTom E
OctaTom D
OctaTom C
Mallet T1
Mallet T2
Mallet T3
Mallet T4
Brush T1
Brush T2
Brush T3
Brush T4
Remark
No.
Name
Remark
TOM ELEC
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
ClscElec1
ClscElec1
ClscElec1
ClscElec1
ClscElec2
ClscElec2
ClscElec2
ClscElec2
ClscElec3
ClscElec3
ClscElec3
ClscElec3
ClscElec4
ClscElec4
ClscElec4
ClscElec4
TR808 T1
TR808 T2
TR808 T3
TR808 T4
TR909 T1
TR909 T2
TR909 T3
TR909 T4
T1
T2
T3
T4
T1
T2
T3
T4
T1
T2
T3
T4
T1
T2
T3
T4
HI-HAT
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
14”P-HatHH
14”P-HatHHEg
13”Hatz HH
13”Hatz HHEg
14”Hatz HH
14”Hatz HHEg
14”Dark HH
14”Dark HHEg
14”Edge HH
14”Edge HHEg
TriangleHH
HandCym HH
Brush HH
CR78 HH
TR808 HH
TR909 HH
Tekno HH
Elec HH
CRASH
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
16”DarK CrBw
16”DarK CrEg
16”Thin CrBw
16”Thin CrEg
16”PaperCrBw
16”PaperCrEg
16”FsPwrCrBw
16”FsPwrCrEg
18”PowerCrBw
18”PowerCrEg
18”Med CrBw
18”Med CrEg
19”NY
CrBw
19”NY
CrEg
18”Fast CrBw
18”Fast CrEg
18”Fast CrBl
Brush
Cr
Brush
CrEg
Mallet Cr
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
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Drum Instrument List
No.
Name
Remark
SPLASH
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
6”SplazhSpBw
6”SplazhSpEg
8”Thin SpBw
8”Thin SpEg
8”Bell SpBw
8”Bell SpEg
8”Open SpBw
8”Open SpEg
10”Med SpBw
10”Med SpEg
12”PgyBack
12”PgyBackEg
16”Swish
16”Swish Eg
18”CB Low
18”CB Low Eg
20”U-China
China PgBack
Crash PgBack
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
*I
RIDE
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
90
18”PRideRd
18”PRideRdBl
18”PRideRdEg
18”Bop Rd
18”Bop RdBl
18”Bop RdEg
20”HeavyRd
20”HeavyRdBl
20”HeavyRdEg
20”Med Rd
20”Med RdBl
20”Med RdEg
20”TurkyRd
20”TurkyRdBl
20”TurkyRdEg
19”NY
Rd
19”NY
RdBl
19”NY
RdEg
20”Lite Rd
20”Lite RdBl
20”Lite RdEg
22”CleanRd
22”CleanRdBl
22”CleanRdEg
18”FormuRd
18”FormuRdBl
18”FormuRdEg
20”Bell Rd
20”Bell RdBl
20”Bell RdEg
Brush
Rd
Brush
RdEg
Mallet1 Rd
Mallet2 Rd
Name
PERCUSSION
CHINA
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
No.
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*P
*I
*I
*I
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
Bongo Hi
Bongo HiSlap
Bongo Lo
Bongo LoSlap
Conga Hi
Conga HiMute
Conga HiSlap
Conga Lo
Conga LoMute
Cajon Bass
Cajon Mute
Cajon Slap
Cowbell Hi
Cowbell Lo
Cowbell Mute
CowbellMambo
Claves
SquareBlock
Block Hi
Block Lo
Maracas
Caxixi
Shaker
Tambourine1
Tambourine2
Tambourine3
Guiro Long
Guiro Short
Timbale Hi
Timbale HiRm
Timbale Lo
TimbalePaila
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Cabasa
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
Cuica Acc
Pandeiro
PandeiroMute
PandeiroSlap
Surdo Hi
Surdo HiMute
Surdo Lo
Surdo LoMute
Whistle
WhistleShort
VibraSlap
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tin
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
PotDrum Mute
Djembe Tone
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
TalkingDr
TalkingDr Up
Castanet
WoodBlock
Remark
No.
Name
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
Timpani C
Timpani G
ConcertBD
ConcertBD Mt
HandCymbal
HandCymbalMt
Triangle
TriangleCls
Triangle2
Triangle2Cls
Crotale
BellTree
SleighBell
TreeChimes
ThaiGong
TinyGong
Gong
OrchestraHit
SnareRoll
ConcertSnare
SteelDrum
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Kalimba
Marimba
TubularBell
Vibraphone
Xylophone
PERC ANALOG
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
CR78Cowbell
CR78Guiro
CR78Maracas
CR78MtlBeat
CR78Tamb
TR808Clap
TR808Claves
TR808Cowbell
TR808Maracas
TR808XStick
TR909Clap
SFX
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
Hi-Q
Poa
Pyon
Picoon
Byon
Kyun
Psyun
Boom
SuperLow
TimeWarp1
TimeWarp2
Transform1
Transform2
Tramsform3
Tekno FX1
Tekno FX2
Tekno FX3
Ring FX
Drop Out
LaserGun
Spiral
Emergency
Wonderer
Remark
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Name
Remark
About Remarks
OTHER
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
Click
Beep
Sticks
Sticks2
MetroBell
MetroClick
FingerSnaps
Clap
R8Slap
Motor
Engine
Glass
Burt
Boing1
Boing2
Bounce
VerbyHit
AfroStomp
Bomb!
TuningTom
ReverseCrash
ReverseChina
PhaseCrash
PhaseRide
Scratch1
Scratch2
Scratch3
Scratch4
TapeStop
TapeRewind
Voice OK
Voice Yeah
Vocoder1
Vocoder2
TeknoHit
PhillyHit
FunkHit
Bass Gliss
Guitar Gliss
GuitarScrtch
CutGt Down
CutGt Up
WahGt1 Down
WahGt1 Up
WahGt2 Down
WahGt2 Up
Sine 440Hz
For PadCheck
Off
*P (Position):
Can get various changes of the sound in
accordance with the positioning where
on the pad you hit with a stick. In rim
sounds, can get such various changes of
the sound in accordance with the depth
of the stick on the rim.
*I (Interval):
Can make the sound so smooth in
accordance with a roll or continuous
strokes with sticks.
*X (XStick):
When the Cross Stick Switch is turned
ON, it makes possible to use both “Rim
Shot” and “Cross Stick” on the rim.
*BRUSH:
Can be played using “Brush Sweep.”
About Snare/Tom
Instruments
The last letter of each instrument name
means the sound of head shot, or rim
shot.
(Example)
S:
head sound of Snare
SR:
rim sound of Snare
T1:
head sound of Tom 1
T1R: 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.
Copyright
When you purchase the TD-12
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 noncommercial 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-12.
Reproduction or duplication of any
of the sound contained in the TD-12,
either as they exist on this sound
module or by any means of
reformatting, mixing, filtering, resynthesizing, 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, re-issue, redistribution or re-sale of the sounds
included in the TD-12 are expressly
prohibited.
In Plain English: Be creative in your
application of the TD-12 sounds, and
keep this sounds for your use only.
DO NOT COPY IT.
(Example)
HH:
bow sound of hi-hat
HHEg: edge sound of hi-hat
CrBw: bow sound of crash
CrEg: edge sound of crash
Rd:
bow sound of ride
RdBl: bell sound of ride
RdEg: edge sound of ride
* Special thanks to Spectrasonics.
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Preset Percussion Set List
Percussion Set
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
Drum Kit
1. Latin Toys 2. Indian
Perc
3. African
Perc
4. Salsa
5. SFX
6–8. User
Drum Kit 1–50
(Trigger Inputs)
Bass Gliss
GuitarScrtch
WahGt1 Down
WahGt1 Up
WahGt2 Down
WahGt2 Up
CR78Guiro
CR78Tamb
TR808Clap
TR808Cowbell
TR808Maracas
TR909Clap
Hi-Q
R8Slap
Scratch2
Scratch3
Sticks
Click
MetroClick
MetroBell
Clap
VibraSlap
SquareBlock
Off
Beep
Crotale
SquareBlock
Conga Lo
Conga LoMute
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
Cowbell Hi
Cowbell Lo
CowbellMambo
Cowbell Mute
PandeiroSlap
PandeiroMute
Conga LoMute
PandeiroSlap
Conga Lo
Claves
Conga Hi
Claves
Bongo Lo
Claves
Bongo LoSlap
Bongo Hi
TriangleCls
Bongo HiSlap
SleighBell
Agogo Lo
Cowbell Hi
Tambourine1
Triangle
Cowbell Mute
Agogo Hi
Conga HiMute
TreeChimes
Bass Gliss
GuitarScrtch
WahGt1 Down
WahGt1 Up
WahGt2 Down
WahGt2 Up
CR78Guiro
CR78Tamb
TR808Clap
TR808Cowbell
TR808Maracas
TR909Clap
Hi-Q
R8Slap
Scratch2
Scratch3
Sticks
Click
MetroClick
MetroBell
Clap
VibraSlap
Cabasa
Off
Beep
Kalimba
Cabasa
Triangle2
Triangle2Cls
VibraSlap
AfroStomp
Block Hi
Block Lo
Tambourine2
Tambourine3
Djembe Bass
Djembe Bass
Djembe Slap
Djembe Tone
PotDrum Acc
Djembe Slap
PotDrum Mute
Caxixi
PotDrum
Caxixi
TalkingDr
Caxixi
TalkingDr Up
TalkingDr
SleighBell
TalkingDr Up
Kalimba
Cowbell Lo
Kalimba
Tambourine1
TreeChimes
Cowbell Mute
Cowbell Hi
PotDrum Acc
Kalimba
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Bongo Hi
Bongo HiSlap
Bongo Lo
Bongo LoSlap
Cabasa
Conga HiMute
Conga HiSlap
Conga Lo
Conga LoMute
Cajon Bass
Cajon Mute
Cajon Slap
Cowbell Hi
Cowbell Lo
CowbellMambo
CowbellMambo
Pandeiro
Surdo LoMute
PandeiroSlap
Surdo Lo
Maracas
Surdo Hi
Shaker
Timbale Lo
Shaker
TimbalePaila
Timbale Hi
Guiro Short
Timbale HiRm
WhistleShort
Cuica Lo
VibraSlap
Agogo Hi
Guiro Long
Cabasa
Cuica Hi
Surdo HiMute
Whistle
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Hi-Q
Poa
Pyon
Picoon
Byon
Kyun
Psyun
Boom
SuperLow
TimeWarp1
TimeWarp2
Transform1
Transform2
Tramsform3
Tekno FX1
Tekno FX2
Tekno FX3
Ring FX
Drop Out
LaserGun
Spiral
Emergency
Wonderer
Click
Beep
Sticks
Sticks2
MetroBell
MetroClick
FingerSnaps
Clap
R8Slap
Motor
Engine
Glass
Burt
Bass Gliss
GuitarScrtch
WahGt1 Down
WahGt1 Up
WahGt2 Down
WahGt2 Up
CR78Guiro
CR78Tamb
TR808Clap
TR808Cowbell
TR808Maracas
TR909Clap
Hi-Q
R8Slap
Scratch2
Scratch3
Sticks
Click
MetroClick
MetroBell
Clap
VibraSlap
Off
Off
Beep
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Sticks
Click
MetroClick
MetroBell
Off
Off
Off
Off
18”Birch T4R
Off
18”Birch T4
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Tambourine1
Off
Cowbell Mute
Off
Off
Off
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
(6) Closed HH Rim
(for BrushSweep)(p. 38)
–
(10) Ride-Edge
(6) Open HH Rim
(11) AUX1
(11) AUX1 Rim
(12) AUX2
(12) AUX2 Rim
–
–
–
–
(1) Kick Rim
(1) Kick
(for X-Stick) (p. 38)
(2) Snare
–
(2) Snare Rim
–
(6) Closed HH
(5) Tom3
(6) Pedal HH
(4) Tom2
(6) Open HH
(4) Tom2 Rim
(3) Tom1
(7) Crash1
(3) Tom1 Rim
(9) Ride
(8) Crash2 Rim
(9) Ride Rim
–
(7) Crash1 Rim
–
(8) Crash2
(5) Tom3 Rim
(10) Ride-Edge Rim
Bass Gliss
GuitarScrtch
WahGt1 Down
WahGt1 Up
WahGt2 Down
WahGt2 Up
CR78Guiro
CR78Tamb
TR808Clap
TR808Cowbell
TR808Maracas
TR909Clap
Hi-Q
R8Slap
Scratch2
Scratch3
Sticks
Click
MetroClick
MetroBell
Clap
VibraSlap
TriangleCls
Off
Beep
ThaiGong
Triangle
Baya Ge
Baya Slide
TinyGong
Gong
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
Tambourine2
Tambourine3
PotDrum
Baya Ge
Tabla Tin
Tabla Na
Baya Slide
Tabla Tin
Baya Ge
TriangleCls
Baya Gin
TriangleCls
Tabla Tun
Triangle
FingerSnaps
Tabla Ti
Crotale
Tabla Te
ThaiGong
TreeChimes
ThaiGong
Tambourine1
TreeChimes
Cowbell Mute
Crotale
Baya Ka
ThaiGong
• Up to eight percussion sets can be stored.
• You can change the used instruments in each percussion set.
For details, refer to Percussion Set Settings (p. 57).
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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
1. Latin Toys 2. Indian
Perc
3. African
Perc
4. Salsa
5. SFX
6–8. User
Drum Kit 1–50
(Trigger Inputs)
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Conga Hi
Conga HiSlap
Conga Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Cabasa
Maracas
WhistleShort
Whistle
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Claves
Block Hi
Block Lo
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
TriangleCls
Triangle
Shaker
SleighBell
BellTree
Castanet
Surdo LoMute
Surdo Lo
Bongo HiSlap
Bongo LoSlap
Conga HiMute
Conga LoMute
PandeiroMute
Pandeiro
PandeiroSlap
TreeChimes
Crotale
Gong
Cajon Bass
Cajon Mute
Cajon Slap
CowbellMambo
SquareBlock
Caxixi
Timbale HiRm
TimbalePaila
Cuica Acc
Surdo Hi
Surdo HiMute
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
PotDrum Mute
Djembe Tone
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
TalkingDr
TalkingDr Up
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
Tambourine2
6”SplazhSpEg
Off
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Conga Hi
Conga HiSlap
Conga Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Cabasa
Maracas
WhistleShort
Whistle
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Claves
Block Hi
Block Lo
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
TriangleCls
Triangle
Shaker
SleighBell
BellTree
Castanet
Surdo LoMute
Surdo Lo
Bongo HiSlap
Bongo LoSlap
Conga HiMute
Conga LoMute
PandeiroMute
Pandeiro
PandeiroSlap
TreeChimes
Crotale
Gong
Cajon Bass
Cajon Mute
Cajon Slap
CowbellMambo
SquareBlock
Caxixi
Timbale HiRm
TimbalePaila
Cuica Acc
Surdo Hi
Surdo HiMute
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
PotDrum Mute
Djembe Tone
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
TalkingDr
TalkingDr
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
AfroStomp
HandCymbal
Off
Pandeiro
PandeiroMute
PandeiroSlap
Surdo Hi
Surdo HiMute
Surdo Lo
Surdo LoMute
Whistle
WhistleShort
VibraSlap
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tin
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
PotDrum Mute
Djembe Tone
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
TalkingDr
TalkingDr Up
Castanet
WoodBlock
Timpani C
Timpani G
ConcertBD
ConcertBD Mt
HandCymbal
HandCymbalMt
Triangle
TriangleCls
Triangle2
Triangle2Cls
Crotale
BellTree
SleighBell
TreeChimes
ThaiGong
TinyGong
Gong
OrchestraHit
SnareRoll
ConcertSnare
SteelDrum
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Kalimba
Marimba
TubularBell
Vibraphone
Xylophone
CR78Cowbell
CR78Guiro
CR78Maracas
CR78MtlBeat
CR78Tamb
TR808Clap
TR808Claves
TR808Cowbell
TR808Maracas
TR808XStick
TR909Clap
Boing1
Boing2
Bounce
VerbyHit
AfroStomp
Bomb!
TuningTom
ReverseCrash
ReverseChina
PhaseCrash
PhaseRide
Scratch1
Scratch2
Scratch3
Scratch4
TapeStop
TapeRewind
Voice OK
Voice Yeah
Vocoder1
Vocoder2
TeknoHit
PhillyHit
FunkHit
Bass Gliss
Guitar Gliss
GuitarScrtch
CutGt Down
CutGt Up
WahGt1 Down
WahGt1 Up
WahGt2 Down
WahGt2 Up
Sine 440Hz
For PadCheck
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Conga Hi
Conga HiSlap
Conga Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Cabasa
Maracas
WhistleShort
Whistle
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Claves
Block Hi
Block Lo
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
TriangleCls
Triangle
Shaker
SleighBell
BellTree
Castanet
Surdo LoMute
Surdo Lo
Bongo HiSlap
Bongo LoSlap
Conga HiMute
Conga LoMute
PandeiroMute
Pandeiro
PandeiroSlap
TreeChimes
Crotale
Gong
Cajon Bass
Cajon Mute
Cajon Slap
CowbellMambo
SquareBlock
Caxixi
Timbale HiRm
TimbalePaila
Cuica Acc
Surdo Hi
Surdo HiMute
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
PotDrum Mute
Djembe Tone
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
TalkingDr
TalkingDr Up
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
ConcertBD
HandCymbal
Off
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Bongo Hi
Bongo Lo
Conga Hi
Conga HiSlap
Conga Lo
Timbale Hi
Timbale Lo
Agogo Hi
Agogo Lo
Cabasa
Maracas
WhistleShort
Whistle
Guiro Short
Guiro Long
Claves
Block Hi
Block Lo
Cuica Hi
Cuica Lo
TriangleCls
Triangle
Shaker
SleighBell
BellTree
Castanet
Surdo LoMute
Surdo Lo
Bongo HiSlap
Bongo LoSlap
Conga HiMute
Conga LoMute
PandeiroMute
Pandeiro
PandeiroSlap
TreeChimes
Crotale
Gong
Cajon Bass
Cajon Mute
Cajon Slap
CowbellMambo
SquareBlock
Caxixi
Timbale HiRm
TimbalePaila
Cuica Acc
Surdo Hi
Surdo HiMute
PotDrum
PotDrum Acc
PotDrum Mute
Djembe Tone
Djembe Slap
Djembe Bass
TalkingDr
TalkingDr Up
Tabla Na
Tabla Te
Tabla Ti
Tabla Tun
Baya Ge
Baya Gin
Baya Ka
Baya Slide
ConcertBD
HandCymbal
Off
Appendices
Preset Percussion Set List
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Backing Instrument List
PC
CC0 Name
VOICES
PIANO
1
19
0
ORGAN 3
2
20
0
8
16
CHURCH ORG.1
CHURCH ORG.2
CHURCH ORG.3
1
2
2
21
0
REED ORGAN
1
22
0
8
ACCORDION FR
ACCORDION IT
2
2
23
0
HARMONICA
1
0
BANDONEON
2
0
8
16
PIANO 1
PIANO 1W
PIANO 1D
1
2
1
0
8
PIANO 2
PIANO 2W
1
2
3
0
8
PIANO 3
PIANO 3W
1
2
24
4
0
8
HONKY-TONK
HONKY-TONK W
2
2
GUITAR
2
E. PIANO
5
6
0
8
24
64
65
0
64
E.PIANO 1
DETUNED EP 1
60’S E.PIANO
FM+SA EP
HARD RHODES
E.PIANO 2
BRIGHT FM EP
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
25
0
NYLON-STR.GT
1
26
0
8
64
STEEL-STR.GT
12-STR.GT
NYLON+STEEL
1
2
2
27
0
8
JAZZ GT.
HAWAIIAN GT.
28
0
8
29
8
0
8
16
24
HARPSICHORD
COUPLED HPS.
HARPSI.W
HARPSI.O
1
2
2
2
0
64
CLAV.
FUNK CLAV.
1
2
39
0
1
8
64
65
66
SYNTH BASS 1
SYNTHBASS101
SYNTH BASS 3
TB33 BS 1
TB33 BS 2
TB33 BS 3
1
1
1
1
1
1
40
0
16
64
65
66
67
SYNTH BASS 2
RUBBER BASS
SH101 BS 1
SH101 BS 2
SH101 BS 3
MODULAR BASS
2
2
1
1
1
2
ORCHESTRA
41
0
8
VIOLIN
SLOW VIOLIN
1
1
1
1
42
0
VIOLA
1
43
0
CELLO
1
CLEAN GT.
CHORUS GT.
1
2
44
0
CONTRABASS
1
0
64
65
66
67
MUTED GT.
MUTED GT.2
POP GT.
FUNK GT.
FUNK GT.2
1
2
1
1
1
45
0
TREMOLO STR
1
46
0
PIZZICATOSTR
1
47
0
HARP
1
48
0
TIMPANI
1
30
0
64
OVERDRIVE GT
FDBK.ODRV.GT
1
2
STRINGS
31
0
8
64
65
66
67
DISTORTIONGT
FEEDBACK GT.
HEAVY GT.
FDBK. HVY.GT
MUTED DIS.GT
ROCK RHYTHM
1
2
1
2
1
2
49
0
8
STRINGS
ORCHESTRA
1
2
50
0
SLOW STRINGS
1
51
0
8
GT.HARMONICS
GT. FEEDBACK
1
1
0
8
64
65
SYN.STRINGS1
SYN.STRINGS3
SYN.STRINGS4
OB STRINGS
1
2
2
2
CLAVI
7
SYN. BASS
CHROMATIC PERCUSSION
*
*
9
0
CELESTA
1
10
0
GLOCKENSPIEL
1
11
0
MUSIC BOX
1
52
0
SYN.STRINGS2
2
12
0
8
VIBRAPHONE
VIB.W
1
2
*: VELOCITY SWITCH
The tone switches at velocity 116.
53
0
32
CHOIR AAHS
CHOIR AAHS 2
1
1
13
0
MARIMBA
1
BASS
54
0
VOICE OOHS
1
14
0
XYLOPHONE
1
33
55
0
SYNVOX
1
15
0
8
9
TUBULAR-BELL
CHURCH BELL
CARILLON
1
1
1
56
0
ORCHESTRAHIT
2
0
SANTUR
1
16
18
94
34
35
ORGAN
17
32
0
8
16
32
64
65
ORGAN 1
DETUNED OR.1
60’S ORGAN 1
ORGAN 4
SC88 ORGAN 4
EVEN BAR
1
2
1
2
1
2
0
8
32
ORGAN 2
DETUNED OR.2
ORGAN 5
1
2
2
36
37
38
0
64
ACOUSTIC BS.
ELCTRC.AC.BS
2
2
0
64
65
FINGERED BS.
FUNK BASS
REGGAE BASS
1
2
2
0
64
65
PICKED BS.
MUTE PICKBS1
MUTE PICKBS2
1
1
1
0
FRETLESS BS.
BRASS
57
0
TRUMPET
1
58
0
1
TROMBONE
TROMBONE 2
1
2
1
59
0
TUBA
1
60
0
MUTEDTRUMPET
1
61
0
1
FRENCH HORN
FR.HORN 2
2
2
62
0
8
BRASS 1
BRASS 2
1
2
0
64
65
66
SLAP
SLAP
RESO
SLAP
BASS 1
BASS 3
SLAP
BASS 4
1
1
1
1
0
SLAP BASS 2
1
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63
64
64
65
0
8
16
64
65
66
67
SYNTH BRASS1
SYNTH BRASS3
ANALOGBRASS1
SYNTH BRASS5
POLY BRASS
QUACK BRASS
OCTAVE BRASS
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0
8
16
64
65
66
SYNTH BRASS2
SYNTH BRASS4
ANALOGBRASS2
SOFT BRASS
VELO BRASS 1
VELO BRASS 2
2
1
2
2
2
2
BIG & RAW
FAT & PERKY
2
2
SYN. PAD
89
0
FANTASIA
2
90
0
64
65
WARM PAD
THICK PAD
HORN PAD
1
2
2
91
0
64
POLYSYNTH
80’S POLYSYN
2
2
92
0
SPACE VOICE
1
93
0
BOWED GLASS
2
94
0
64
METAL PAD
PANNER PAD
2
2
REED
65
0
SOPRANO SAX
1
95
0
HALO PAD
2
66
0
ALTO SAX
1
96
0
64
65
SWEEP PAD
POLAR PAD
CONVERGE
1
1
1
67
0
TENOR SAX
1
68
0
BARITONE SAX
1
69
0
OBOE
1
70
0
ENGLISH HORN
1
71
0
BASSOON
1
72
0
CLARINET
1
73
0
PICCOLO
0
ICE RAIN
2
98
0
64
65
SOUNDTRACK
ANCESTRAL
PROLOGUE
2
2
2
99
0
1
CRYSTAL
SYN MALLET
2
1
1
100
0
ATMOSPHERE
2
74
0
FLUTE
1
101
0
BRIGHTNESS
2
75
0
RECORDER
1
102
0
GOBLIN
2
76
0
PAN FLUTE
1
103
77
0
BOTTLE BLOW
2
0
1
2
64
65
66
ECHO DROPS
ECHO BELL
ECHO PAN
ECHO PAN 2
BIG PANNER
RESO PANNER
1
2
2
2
2
2
0
STAR THEME
2
78
0
SHAKUHACHI
2
79
0
WHISTLE
1
80
0
OCARINA
1
SYN. LEAD
104
ETHNIC MISC
81
0
1
8
SQUARE WAVE
SQUARE
SINE WAVE
2
1
1
82
0
1
8
64
65
SAW WAVE
SAW
DOCTOR SOLO
BIG LEAD
WASPY SYNTH
83
0
84
0
105
0
1
SITAR
SITAR 2
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
106
0
BANJO
1
107
0
SHAMISEN
1
108
0
8
KOTO
TAISHO KOTO
1
2
SYN.CALLIOPE
2
109
0
KALIMBA
1
CHIFFER LEAD
2
110
0
BAGPIPE
1
0
FIDDLE
1
112
0
SHANAI
1
0
64
65
66
CHARANG
DIST. LEAD 1
DIST. LEAD 2
FUNK LEAD
2
2
2
2
111
86
0
SOLO VOX
2
113
0
TINKLE BELL
1
87
0
64
5TH SAW WAVE
BIG FIVES
2
2
114
0
AGOGO
1
115
0
STEEL DRUMS
1
85
88
0
BASS & LEAD
2
0
8
WOODBLOCK
CASTANETS
1
1
117
0
8
TAIKO
CONCERT BD
1
1
118
0
8
MELO. TOM 1
MELO. TOM 2
1
1
119
0
8
9
SYNTH DRUM
808 TOM
ELEC PERC.
1
1
1
120
0
REVERSE CYM.
1
GUITAR BASS FX
121
0
1
64
65
66
67
GT.FRETNOISE
GT.CUT NOISE
WAH BRUSH GT
GT. SLIDE
GT. SCRATCH
BASS SLIDE
1
1
1
1
1
1
122
0
1
BREATH NOISE
FL.KEY CLICK
1
1
123
0
1
2
3
5
SEASHORE
RAIN
THUNDER
WIND
BUBBLE
1
1
1
1
2
124
0
1
3
BIRD
DOG
BIRD 2
2
1
1
125
0
1
3
5
TELEPHONE 1
TELEPHONE 2
DOOR
WIND CHIMES
1
1
1
2
126
0
2
9
64
HELICOPTER
CAR-STOP
BURST NOISE
SPACE TRI.
1
1
2
1
127
0
3
APPLAUSE
PUNCH
2
1
128
0
2
3
GUN SHOT
LASERGUN
EXPLOSION
1
1
2
SFX
SYN. SFX
97
PIPE
116
PERCUSSIVE
PC:
Program number
(Instrument number)
CC0:
Value of control
change number 0
VOICES: Number of voices used
* To switch instruments from the
external MIDI device, send “0” on the
CC32# (Control Change Bank Select)
from the external MIDI device to the
TD-12.
* The value of the CC32# (Control
Change Bank Select) that the TD-12
transmits is always “0.”
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MIDI Implementation Chart
Date : Dec. 17, 2004
PERCUSSION SOUND MODULE (SOUND GENERATOR SECTION)
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model TD-12
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
Version : 1.00
Remarks
Memorized
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
*3
O
*4
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
*4
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*4
*4
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*4
*4
*4
Bank Select
Modulation
Breath Controller
Foot Controller
Data Entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
General Purpose Controller 1–4
Hold 1
Effects 1 (Reverb Send Level)
RPN LSB, MSB
O 0–127
0–127
*5
Program No. 1–128
**************
System Exclusive
O
O
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
X
X
X
X
X
: Clock
System
Real Time : Commands
X
X
O
X
X
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
2
4
6, 38
7
10
11
16–19
64
91
100, 101
Control
Change
Program
Change
*3
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
(Pad, Pedal) *1 *2 *3
(Pad, Pedal) *1 *2 *3
(Pad, Pedal) *1 *2 *3
(Pad, Pedal) *1 *2 *3
(Pad, Pedal) *1 *2 *3
O 0–127
: True Number
*5
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
96
*4
O (120, 126, 127)
O
X
O (123–127)
O
X
*1 One is selected as the strike position.
*2 One is selected as the hi-hat control pedal.
*3 Drum part only.
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
*4 Backing part only.
*5 O X is selectable.
O : Yes
X : No
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PERCUSSION SOUND MODULE (SEQUENCER SECTION)
MIDI Implementation Chart
Model TD-12
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
Remarks
Memorized
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
O 9nH, v = 1–127
O 8nH, v = 64
O
O
After
Touch
Key’s
Channel’s
O
X
*3
O
X
*3
O
*4
O
*4
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
*6 *7
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*4 *6 *7
*6 *7 *10
*4 *6 *7
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*4
*4 *6 *7
*4 *6 *7
X
O
O
O
X
X
X
O
O
O
X
X
O 0–127
*5 *6 *7
X
Program No. 1–128
Only reception/transmission
of Bulk Data.
Pitch Bend
0, 32
1
2
4
6, 38
7
10
11
16–19
64
91
100, 101
Control
Change
Program
Change
: True Number
O
O
: Song Position
System
: Song Select
Common
: Tune Request
X
X
X
X
X
X
: Clock
System
Real Time : Commands
O
O
O
O
X
: All Sound Off
: Reset All Controllers X
Aux
X
: Local On/Off
Messages : All Notes Off
X
X
: Active Sensing
X
: System Reset
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*4
Bank Select
Modulation
Breath Controller
Foot Controller
Data Entry
Volume
Panpot
Expression
General Purpose Controller 1–4
Hold 1
Effects 1 (Reverb Send Level)
RPN LSB, MSB
**************
System Exclusive
Notes
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*1 *2 *3
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
O
O
X
O (123–127)
X
X
One is selected as the strike position.
One is selected as the hi-hat control pedal.
Drum part only.
Backing part only.
O X is selectable.
Transmits when pattern is selected.
Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO
*8
*9
*7 Transmits when modified.
*8 Receives when Sync Mode setting is “EXTERNAL” or “AUTO.”
*9 Receives when Sync Mode setting is “EXTERNAL,” “AUTO,”
or “REMOTE.”
*10 Except drum part.
O : Yes
X : No
97
Appendices
Note
Number : True Voice
Version : 1.00
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Specifications
TD-12: Percussion Sound Module
Ambience Parameters
Room Type, Room Size, Wall Type, Mic Position, Room Shape
Sound Generator
Variable Drum Modeling
Mixer Parameters
Volume, Pan, Minimum Volume, Output Assign
Maximum Polyphony
64 voices
Effect Types
Pad Equalizer (each pad)
Instruments
Pad Compressor (each pad)
Drum Instruments: 560 (172,161 variations)
Multi-Effects: 5 types
Backing Instruments: 262
Reverb (for backing part)
Drum Kits
Percussion Sets
50
8
Drum Kit Chains
Sequencer
16 chains (32 steps per chain)
User Patterns: 100
Preset Patterns: 150
Instrument Parameters
V-EDIT (KICK):
Shell Depth, Head Type, Head Tuning, Muffling, Snare Buzz
Parts: 6
Play Type: Oneshot, Loop, Tap
Tempo: 20–260
Resolution: 192 ticks per quarter note
V-EDIT (SNARE):
Recording Method: Realtime
Shell Material, Shell Depth, Head Type, Head Tuning,
Muffling, Strainer Adjustment
Maximum Note Storage: approx. 20,000 Notes
V-EDIT (TOM):
Shell Depth, Head Type, Head Tuning, Muffling, Snare Buzz
Click Sounds: 20 types
Display
64 x 240 dots (backlit graphic LCD)
V-EDIT (HI-HAT):
7 segments, 3 characters (LED)
Cymbal Size, Fixed Hi-Hat
Trigger Indicator (LED)
V-EDIT (CYMBAL):
Cymbal Size, Sizzle Type, Sustain
EDIT:
Pitch, Decay
98
Controllers
Faders: 6
Preview Button (velocity: 3 steps)
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Specifications
Connectors
Options
Trigger Input Jack x 12
Pads (PD-8, PD-85, PD-105, PD-125)
Hi-Hat Control Jack (for VH-11, VH-12, and FD-8)
Cymbals (CY-8, CY-12R/C, CY-14C, CY-15R)
Master Output Jacks (L/MONO, R): 1/4 inch phone type
Kick Triggers (KD-7, KD-8, KD-85, KD-120)
Direct Output Jacks (1, 2): 1/4 inch phone type
Hi-Hats (VH-11, VH-12)
Headphones Jack: Stereo 1/4 inch phone type
Hi-Hat Control Pedal (FD-8)
Mix in Jack: Stereo 1/4 inch phone type
Stands (MDS-12BK, MDS-20BK)
MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT/THRU)
Cymbal Mount (MDY-10U)
AC Inlet
Pad Mount (MDH-10U)
Output Impedance
984
1.0 k ohms
Power Supply
AC 115 V, AC 117 V, AC 220 V, AC 230 V, AC 240 V
(50/60 Hz)
* A separate publication titled “MIDI Implementation” is also
available. It provides complete details concerning the way
MIDI has been implemented on this unit. If you should require
this publication (such as when you intend to carry out bytelevel programming), please contact the nearest Roland Service
Center or authorized Roland distributor.
962a
Power Consumption
13 W
* In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/
or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior
notice.
Dimensions
260 (W) x 248 (D) x 108 (H) mm
10-1/4 (W) x 9-13/16 (D) x 4-1/4 (H) inches
Weight
2.6 kg / 5 lbs 12 oz
Accessories
Owner’s Manual
Appendices
Power Cord
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Rim
Head
2 SNARE
3 TOM1
:
5 TOM3
Rim
Head
Rim
Head
6 HI-HAT
Rim
Head
7 CRASH1
8 CRASH2
Rim
Head
9 RIDE
10 EDGE
Rim
Head
11 AUX1
Rim
Head
12 AUX2
Rim
INST
MIXER
/COMP/EQ /VOLUME
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
MIXER
/KIT VOL
AMBIENCE
AMB Send
KICK
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
INST
COMP/EQ
Volume
AMB Send
AMB Send
SNARE
AMB Send
AMB Send
TOMS
AMB Send
HI-HAT
CRASH
AMB Send
Drums
Head
1 KICK
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AMB Send
AMB Send
AMB Send
RIDE
AMB Send
AMB Send
AUX1
AMB Send
AMB Send
AUX2
AMB Send
MIDI CC#7
(Volume)
Percussion Part
PATTERN/PART
/PERC/INST/EDIT
INST
Volume
Backing Part
Volume
MELODY
INST
Volume
BASS
INST
Volume
BACK 1
INST
Volume
INST
Volume
BACK 2
PERC
Volume
PATTERN
/PART
/MIXER
/VOLUME
PATTERN
/PART
/BACKING
Volume
BACKING
PERC
Volume
Volume
Volume
GROUP
FADERS
TEMPO/CLICK/INST
Click
INST
CLICK
AMB Send
CLICK
([SHIFT] + [TEMPO])
switch with
[SHIFT] + [MIXER]
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[SHIFT] + [AMBIENCE]
MIXER
/PAN
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SETUP
/OUTPUT
/PAD
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
L/MONO
MFX Send
MFX Send
MASTER
MASTER
R
MFX Send
MFX Send
MFX Send
MULTI
EFFECTS
(MFX)
AMBIENCE
TYPE
ROOM
SETUP
/OUTPUT
/OTHER
DIRECT 1
PAN
DIRECT 2
REV Send
PAN
REV Send
REV Send
REV Send
REV Send
SETUP
/OUTPUT
/OTHER
PHONES
PHONES
PAN
PHONES (L)
PHONES (R)
MASTER (L)
MASTER (R)
DIRECT 1
DIRECT 2
MT(L) + DR1
MT(R) + DR2
Type
Time
Appendices
PART
REVERB
MIX IN
MIX IN
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Index
Symbols
+/- .................................................................. 14, 24
Numerics
3-WAY ................................................................. 50
A
Acoustic Drum Kit .............................................
ADVANCE .........................................................
AMB SEND LEVEL ...........................................
Amb Send Level .................................................
APPEND .............................................................
34
50
39
63
68
Click Instruments .............................................. 63
Connection .............................................. 17–18, 78
FD series ........................................................ 48
VH-11 ....................................................... 20, 47
VH-12 ............................................................. 48
CONTROL .................................................... 37, 76
COPY ....................................................... 13, 67, 70
COUNT ............................................................... 63
Count In Play ..................................................... 63
Count In Rec ....................................................... 63
CRASH ................................................................ 36
Cross Stick .............................................. 22, 32, 38
crosstalk .............................................................. 49
CTRL .................................................................... 74
CURSOR ............................................................. 14
Cursor .................................................................. 24
Curve ................................................................... 45
CY-12R/C ........................................................... 22
Cymbal .......................................................... 22, 36
B
Backing Instrument ........................................... 94
Backing Part ........................................................ 59
BANK .................................................................. 44
BASIC .................................................................. 45
Bell Shot ............................................................... 23
Bend Range ......................................................... 56
Block Diagram .................................................. 100
Bow Shot ....................................................... 22–23
BR MIDI .............................................................. 38
BRUSH ................................................................. 32
Brush .................................................................... 38
Brush Note No. .................................................. 38
Brush Switch ....................................................... 32
BULK ................................................................... 75
Bulk Dump ......................................................... 75
Decay Time ......................................................... 36
DELETE ....................................... 32, 62, 69, 80–81
Demo Song ......................................................... 27
Device ID ............................................................ 73
DIRECT OUT ..................................................... 15
Display ................................................................ 13
Display Contrast .......................................... 26, 77
Drum Instrument ............................................... 88
DRUM KIT .......................................................... 14
Drum Kit ....................................................... 30, 32
Drum Kit Chain ........................................... 80–81
During Play ........................................................ 63
During Rec .......................................................... 63
C
E
CC Max ................................................................ 46
CC Resolution .................................................... 46
CHAIN .................................................... 13, 80–81
Channel ............................................................... 72
CHAR ...................................................... 32, 62, 81
CHINA ................................................................ 36
Choke ................................................................... 23
Click ................................................... 25, 62–63, 76
Edge Shot ...................................................... 22–23
EDIT ......................................................... 34, 58, 67
Edit ....................................................................... 34
ERASE ................................................................. 68
Error Message .................................................... 82
EXCHNG ............................................................ 70
EXIT ..................................................................... 14
102
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F
K
F RESET ............................................................... 79
Factory Reset ................................................ 28, 79
FADER ................................................................. 26
FIXED .................................................................. 35
Fixed Hi-Hat ....................................................... 35
Foot Splash Sens ................................................. 46
FUNC ................................................................... 31
Function Button ................................................. 24
FX SW .................................................................. 32
Key Shift .............................................................. 56
KICK .................................................................... 35
KIT ................................................................. 14, 30
Kit Parameters .................................................... 31
Kit Tempo ........................................................... 31
KIT VOL .............................................................. 39
Kit Volume ................................................... 31, 39
L
G
Gate ...................................................................... 38
Gate Time ............................................................ 38
GLOBAL .............................................................. 72
GROUP FADERS ................................... 14, 26, 39
H
H & R ................................................. 33, 39–40, 42
HEAD .................................................................. 35
Head Shot ............................................................ 22
Head Tuning ....................................................... 35
Head Type .......................................................... 35
Headphones ........................................................ 18
HH MIDI ............................................................. 38
HH Note# Border ............................................... 74
HI-HAT ............................................................... 35
Hi-Hat .......................................... 20, 23, 38, 47–48
Hi-Hat Ctrl Type ................................................ 46
Hit Pad Start ....................................................... 66
I
INSERT .............................................. 32, 62, 80–81
INST ..................................................................... 33
Inst ................................................................. 56, 63
Instrument
Drum .............................................................. 33
Instrument Name ......................................... 34, 56
Instrument Number .......................................... 56
Interval ................................................................ 63
LCD ...................................................................... 77
LED Display ....................................................... 13
LIST .......................................................... 31, 34, 57
Local Control ...................................................... 73
LOOP ............................................................. 61, 66
M
Mask Time .......................................................... 51
MASTER ............................................................. 14
MASTER OUT .................................................... 15
Master Tuning .................................................... 56
Material ............................................................... 35
MEMORY ........................................................... 61
Mesh Head .......................................................... 21
Message ............................................................... 83
Metronome ................................................... 25, 62
MFX SEND LEVEL ............................................ 39
MIDI ........................................................ 38, 72, 96
MIDI CH ............................................................. 72
MIDI Channel .................................................... 65
MIDI IN ............................................................... 15
MIDI OUT/THRU ............................................. 15
MIN VOL ............................................................ 39
Minimum Volume ............................................. 39
MIX EDIT ............................................................ 39
MIX IN .............................................. 14–15, 18, 76
MIXER ........................................................... 39, 59
MOUNT TYPE ................................................... 49
MUFFLE .............................................................. 35
Muffling .............................................................. 35
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N
NAME .......................................... 32, 58, 62, 80–81
Noise Cancel ....................................................... 46
Note No. .............................................................. 38
Note Number ............................................... 38, 92
O
Offset ....................................................... 20, 46–48
ONESHOT .......................................................... 61
Open Rim Shot ................................................... 22
Other Instruments ............................................. 36
OUTPUT ............................................................. 76
Output ................................................................. 63
Output Destination ............................................ 76
Play Type ............................................................ 61
Playback Method ............................................... 61
Playing Method ................................................. 22
Position Ctrl ........................................................ 38
Positional Sensing .............................................. 23
POWER ............................................................... 15
Power .................................................................. 19
Preset Drum Kit ................................................. 28
Preset Pattern ..................................................... 53
Pressure ............................................................... 23
PREVIEW .................................... 14, 25, 55, 57, 77
PROG ................................................................... 74
Program Change ................................................ 74
Q
Quantize .............................................................. 66
Quick Play .......................................................... 61
P
Pad ........................................................... 17, 21–22
Pad Pattern ......................................................... 37
PAD PTN ............................................................ 32
PAD SW .............................................................. 76
Pad Type ............................................................. 44
PadPtn ................................................................. 37
PadPtn Master Sw .............................................. 32
PadPtn Velocity .................................................. 37
Pan ................................................................. 39, 63
PART .................................................................... 56
Part ....................................................................... 59
PART PAN .......................................................... 59
PART REVERB SEND LEVEL ......................... 59
PART VOLUME ................................................. 59
Pattern ..................................................... 25, 54, 67
PATTERN EDIT ................................................. 67
Pattern Length .............................................. 60, 65
PD-105 ........................................................... 21–22
PD-85 ............................................................. 21–22
PDLBEND ........................................................... 38
Pedal .................................................................... 17
Pedal Bend Range .............................................. 38
Pedal CC .............................................................. 74
Pedal HH Volume ....................................... 31, 39
PERC .................................................................... 57
Percussion Instrument ................................ 57–58
Percussion Part ................................................... 57
Percussion Set ............................................... 57–58
PHONES ............................................................. 14
Pitch ..................................................................... 36
104
R
Realtime Recording ........................................... 64
REC ...................................................................... 64
Rec Mode ............................................................ 66
Recording ...................................................... 64–66
Recording Method ............................................. 66
Rehearsal ............................................................. 66
REPLACE ............................................................ 66
Retrig Cancel ...................................................... 50
Retrigger Cancel ................................................ 50
REVERB .............................................................. 59
Reverb ................................................................. 59
RIDE .................................................................... 36
Ride CC ............................................................... 74
RIM ................................................................ 14, 50
Rim Gain ............................................................. 51
Rim Shot .............................................................. 22
RimShot Adjust .................................................. 51
S
SCAN ................................................................... 50
Scan Time ............................................................ 50
Sensitivity ........................................................... 45
SEQUENCER ..................................................... 14
Sequencer ...................................................... 53, 64
SETUP ..................................................... 13, 60, 72
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Shallow Rim Shot ............................................... 22
SHELL ................................................................. 35
Shell Depth ......................................................... 35
SHIFT ................................................................... 14
Size ................................................................. 35–36
Sizzle Type .......................................................... 36
SNARE ................................................................. 35
Snare Buzz .......................................................... 35
Snare CC .............................................................. 74
Soft Thru ............................................................. 72
SPACE ..................................................... 32, 62, 81
SPLASH ............................................................... 36
Stand .................................................................... 16
stand holder ........................................................ 16
step ....................................................................... 80
Strainer Adj. ........................................................ 35
Sustain ................................................................. 36
Sync Mode .......................................................... 55
T
TAP ...................................................................... 61
Tap Ptn Mute Grp .............................................. 37
Tap Reset Time ................................................... 61
TEMPO ................................................................ 31
Tempo ................................................ 26, 55, 60, 65
Tempo Indicator ................................................. 62
Tension ................................................................ 21
Threshold ............................................................ 45
Time ..................................................................... 59
Time Signature ....................................... 60, 63, 65
TIMESIG .............................................................. 63
TOM ..................................................................... 35
Toms CC .............................................................. 74
TRIG ..................................................................... 14
TRIG LOCK .................................................. 14, 33
TRIGGER ...................................................... 14, 44
Trigger Bank ....................................................... 44
Trigger Indicator ................................................ 13
TRIGGER INPUT ............................................... 15
Trigger Type ....................................................... 44
Tuning ................................................................. 56
Tx Channel .......................................................... 38
Tx/Rx .................................................................. 72
V
VALUE .......................................................... 14, 24
Variation ............................................................. 56
V-EDIT ................................................................ 34
Velocity Curve ................................................... 45
VERSION ............................................................ 77
VH-11 ...................................................... 20, 23, 47
VH-12 ............................................................ 23, 48
V-LINK .......................................................... 61, 78
V-LINK Device ID ............................................. 78
V-LINK MIDI Ch ............................................... 78
VOLUME ............................................................ 31
Volume ................................................................ 39
X
XSTICK ................................................................ 32
XStick Note No. ................................................. 38
XStick Thrshld .................................................... 51
XStick Volume .............................................. 31, 39
XTALK ................................................................ 49
XTALK CANCEL .............................................. 49
XTALK GROUP ................................................. 49
U
User Pattern ........................................................ 53
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
For EU Countries
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
ATTENTION: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE NE PAS OUVRIR
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - When using electric products, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
8.
9.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
For the U.K.
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
GREEN-AND-YELLOW: EARTH, 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 GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the
letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
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.
Danger of explosion if battery is
incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Apparatus containing
Lithium batteries
ADVARSEL!
VARNING
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved
fejlagtig håndtering.
Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af
samme fabrikat og type.
Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til
leverandøren.
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en
ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av
apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt
fabrikantens instruktion.
ADVARSEL
VAROITUS
Eksplosjonsfare ved feilaktig skifte av
batteri.
Benytt samme batteritype eller en
tilsvarende type anbefalt av
apparatfabrikanten.
Brukte batterier kasseres i henhold til
fabrikantens instruks joner.
Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on
virheellisesti asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan
laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan
tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo
valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
For EU Countries
This product complies with the requirements of European Directives EMC 89/336/EEC and LVD 73/23/EEC.
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 interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
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.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B Limit.
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.
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TEL: 20-2-417-1828
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Johannesbourg,
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10F. No.18 3 Section Anhuaxili
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Tom Lee Music Co., Ltd.
Service Division
22-32 Pun Shan Street, Tsuen
Wan, New Territories,
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8th Floor, Railway Plaza, 39
Chatham Road South, T.S.T,
Kowloon, HONG KONG
TEL: 2333 1863
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Rivera Digitec (India) Pvt. Ltd.
409, Nirman Kendra
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Off. Dr. Edwin Moses Road,
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Ave.1. Calle 11, Apartado 10237,
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150 Sims Drive,
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P.O. Box 62, Doha, QATAR
TEL: 4423-554
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107 564 Moscow, RUSSIA
TEL: (095) 169 5043
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Owner’s Manual
SOUTH AFRICA
When you need repair service, call your nearest Roland Service Center or authorized Roland
distributor in your country as shown below.
Owner’s Manual
We’d like to take a moment to thank you for purchasing the Roland Percussion Sound Module TD-12.
201b
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” (p. 2), “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” (p. 3), and “IMPORTANT NOTES”
(p. 5). 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, Owner’s manual should be read in its
entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.
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Ant Muzik Aletleri Ithalat Ve
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Zabeel Road, Al Sherooq Bldg.,
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TEL: (04) 3360715
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MIDDLE EAST
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BAHRAIN
Moon Stores
No.16, Bab Al Bahrain Avenue,
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State of BAHRAIN
TEL: 17 211 005
CYPRUS
Radex Sound Equipment Ltd.
17, Diagorou Street, Nicosia,
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TEL: (022) 66-9426
IRAN
MOCO INC.
No.41 Nike St., Dr.Shariyati Ave.,
Roberoye Cerahe Mirdamad
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TEL: (021) 285-4169
ISRAEL
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5480 Parkwood Way
Richmond B. C., V6V 2M4
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TEL: (604) 270 6626
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Mississauga On L5T 2N6
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U. S. A.
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