Yamaha DD6 Owner Manual
DIGITAL PERCUSSION Эээ Owner's Guide —— CONTENTS —— 1.NOMENCLATURE ......................e==..esemeerecennennernee—. 2 2.LISTEN TO THE DEMONSTRATION ................... 3 3.ENJOYING MANUAL PERCUSSION ................... 3 4.HOW TO USE THE AUTO RHYTHM SECTION ... 4 5.PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE eus 5 6.EXTERNAL JACKS rise ner REGEN EEE 5 7.OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES 0er 5 8.СРЕСИ!!САТЮМ®© ..........ееееоноыенненннннннннненнннннннннее 6 9, TROUBLESHOOTING ......................ee-.erneevernaneness 6 Before Playing Inserting Batteries Remove the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the instrument and insert six 1.5V SUM-3, R-6, "AA" size or . equivalent batteries (sold separately), making sure that the polarities are placed as directed in the compartment. Replace the cover, ensuring that it locks securely in place. As the battery voltage drops below the required operating level, the following changes will occur in the operation of the DD-6: 1. Tom, conga and other drum-type sounds will become distorted. This distortion increases the louder you play. 2. The STYLE/ BEAT/ TEMPO display @ will dim, and its brightness will vary when you play the pads. Caution: - When the batteries run down, replace them with a com- plete set of six new batteries. NEVER mix old and new batteries. + To prevent possible damage due to battery leakage, remove the batteries from the instrument if it is not to be used for an extended period of time. Optional Power Adaptors Power Adaptor PA-1/ PA-1B/ PA-3 is available for household current. No other adaptor is usable, so when you purchase a power adaptor please ensure that itis model PA-1/ PA-1B/ PA-3. For An Even Bigger Sound Although you'll be happy with the sound from the built-in speaker, you can enhance and create an even more satisfy- ing sound if you connect the DD-6 to a bigger speaker sys- tem. Try using your home stereo or other PA system. Taking Care Of Your Digital Percussion Your Digital Percussion DD-6 Will remain in excellent playing condition if care is taken concerning the following. 1. When you use AC power, be sure to use the optional PA- 1/ PA-1B/ PA-3. Before use, read the adaptor instructions carefully. 2. Do not subject the unit to physical shock, and avoid plac- ing anything heavy on it. 3. Do not place the instrument near any heating appliance, or leave it inside a car in direct sunlight for any length of time. Direct sunshine can raise the interior temperature of a car with closed doors and windows to as high as 80°C (176°F). Temperatures in excess of 60°C (140°F) can cause physical and/or electrical damage, as well as physi- cal deformation or discoloration. 4. Use a dry damp cloth for cleaning. Never use solvents such as benzine or thinner. 1.NOMENCLATURE STYLE LIST 20 FOP ROCK 1 01 FOR ROCK Y 2 HARD POP ОЗ POR AQCK 5/4 D4 M DR Oo MOR 2 6 BOUNCE ROCK 07 ROCK N'ROLL 1 08 ROCK N'AOLL 7 55 505 ROGKNAOLL 0 HARD MOCK _—— 11 HEAVY METAL ÉTÉ SPEED METAL. —— 13 FUNK 1 14 FLINK 2 15 FUNK 3 18 FUNK à “7 UNC WALTZ — SER Sa 18 RAP BEAT YAMAHA DD-O @ FCM TONE GENERATOR & 20 INSTRUMENT SOUNDS @ 100 RHYTHM STYLES “30 ODIELAND AZ: — “80 SUNG Bossa 41 BIG BAND JAZZ 81 BO55A WALTZ 43 BEBOP “57 Ossa Nova 574 — 43 BE-BOP ? BOSSA NOVA 77d 44 COOL JAZZ 64 REGGAE 1 45 HARD JAZZ 65 REGGAE 2 46 FREE JAZZ SKA 47 SINING + ET MAMBC | a8 SWING 2 68 MAMBO 2 “15 SWING WALTZ 1 G3 WANBO FRET — “EC Swihe waLTz 2 — “70mmuMBA — 51 WALTZ 71 RHUMBA FAST 32 JAZZ WALTZ FE CHA-CHACHA 53 ROCK-A-WALTZ 73 BEGUINE 54 SAMBA FA MERENGUE 55 SAMBA CARNIVAL 75 GUARACHA 6 JAZZ SAMBA 0 GUAJRA EF FUSION SAMBA 1 77 HABANERA E FUSION SAMBA 2 “76 MOZAMBIQUE 59 BOSSA NOVA PO CALYPSO a CALYPSO ARE 1 SALSA 82 FUSION SALSA SON AFRO 4 AFRO ROCK AFRO E LATIN SWING 1 LATIN SWING 7 TAMBOWRAITO TANGO SC MARCH “BT MARCH B78 — “GZ TURKISH MARCH 83 NGO alain sens SEP => BAION EL GAMELAN KECHAK INGIAN BEAT 35 POLYNESIAN BEAT _— memes \ МЫ ПП МАХ 1 STYLE SELECT 90900 2 3 4 5 — «лат, 099992858 TEM / / >S SR = o © © 2 бо N 88 NN Z Enaman ee > ~ a Cr 6 à Ô te rem © —e O POWER Switch VOLUME Control STYLE/ BEAT/ TEMPO Display STYLE SELECT Buttons STYLE LIST START/ STOP Button TEMPO Controls @DEMO Button OPercussion Pads (DPAD ASSIGN Buttons Instrument Symbols a Sticks The Yamaha DD-6 Digital Percussion unit is supplied with a pair of Percussion Sticks. These sticks have been designed specifically for use with the DD-6, and should not be used to play acoustic drums or to strike any surface other than the DD-6 percussion pads. 2.LISTEN TO THE DEMONSTRATION The DD-6 is programmed with a demonstration that allows you to hear many of the built-in rhythm styles in sequence. The number of each style is shown on the STYLE/ BEAT/ TEMPO display Q as it plays. 1. Slide the POWER switch @ to the ON position. 3. Press the DEMO button @ to begin demonstration play- back. You can play along with the demonstration by tap- POWER ping on the DD-6 percussion pads. CT) |} DEMO > © 2. Set the VOLUME control @ to a position about half way 4. The demonstration can be stopped at any time by pressing between the MIN and MAX settings. You can make further either the DEMO or START/ STOP button @ Q . volume adjustments once playback begins. START/ VOLUME 5) © O MIN | | | | MAX 3.ENJOYING MANUAL PERCUSSION This is the main function of the Digital Percussion DD-6. * The percussion sounds are preset as follows. When the POWER switch @ is "ON", it is possible to hear percussion sounds when tapping the Percussion Pads © with the Percussion Sticks @ or your hands. You can have Aa DO fun playing the DD-6 just like an acoustic percussion set. SRE RE Also, the Pads are equipped with a touch-level sensor, which = ur means you can obtain different volume levels depending on то how hard you tap the pad. TOM LOW : SNARE DRUM 1. Set the POWER switch @ to the "ON" position. 2. Tap any of the Percussion Pads @ to hear percussion sounds. es 1967 10000050000 Pw 38 Sb 4 DL EA A EA TOM HI CRASH CYMBAL * Once the maximum volume is reached, it is not possible to create higher volume by striking the percussion pads any harder. The use of unnecessary force in playing the percussion pads can cause mechanical damage to the instrument as well as spurious triggering of unwanted sounds. PAD ASSIGN This function allows you to assign any of the 20 percussion sounds indicated by the Instrument Symbols @) at the bottom of the DD-6 control panel to any of the percussion pads.
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