HD-4 User Manual - Virgin Musical Instruments

HD-4 User Manual - Virgin Musical Instruments
HD-4
Owner s Manual
V M
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usical
I
nstruments
Precaution
Thank you for purchasing this electronic instrument.For perfect operation and
security, please read the manual carefully and keep it for future reference.
Safety Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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.
Important Safety Instructions
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
(Figure 1)
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings, install in
accordance with the manufacturer s instructions.
8) Do not install near the heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding-type plug. A polarizedplug hase 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.
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) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over(Figure 1).
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
or when unused for a long periods fo time.
14) 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.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: Apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
FCC STATEMENT
1. 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.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
2. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: 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.
Contents
Assembly Instruction............................................................................................ 2
Panel Controls ..................................................................................................... 5
Connect.................................................................................................................. 9
Connecting the Power Supply........................................................................... 9
Connecting an Amplifier..................................................................................... 9
Connecting a CD Player, etc.(AUX In jack)....................................................... 9
USB MIDI......................................................................................................... 10
Using Headphones........................................................................................... 10
Begin Playing the Drums ..................................................................................... 11
Switch the Power On ....................................................................................... 11
Select Drum Kits ............................................................................................. 12
ENTER Button ................................................................................................. 12
Back Button ..................................................................................................... 12
Kit Edit Button .................................................................................................. 13
Setup Button .................................................................................................... 16
Song Button ..................................................................................................... 20
Click Button ..................................................................................................... 23
Tempo/Tap Button ............................................................................................ 25
Rec/Play Button ............................................................................................... 26
Factory Reset ....................................................................................................... 28
Drum Kits List ....................................................................................................... 29
Voice List .............................................................................................................. 30
Style List ............................................................................................................... 34
MIDI Implementation Chart................................................................................... 35
Specifications ....................................................................................................... 36
1
Assembly Instruction
1
Attach the cymbal arms to the drum
frame indicated positions
2
Attach the cymbals to the cymbal arms as shown.
3
Align the holes in Snare Drum Pad and the three
Tom Drum Pads and insert into the pole on the
Drum Frame as shown.
2
Assembly Instruction
4
Attach the Drum Pads in the positions shown below.
5
Insert the rod of sound module stand into the
Drum Frame clamp as shown, then tighten.
6
Please put Hi-hat control pedal on the left
and Kick pedal on the right.
Hi-hat control pedal
Kick pedal
3
Assembly Instruction
TO CRASH
TO RIDE
Hi-hat
Crash
Ride
TO HH
Tom1
TO TOM1
TO TOM2
Tom2
Tom3
TO TOM3
TO SNARE
Snare
TO HHC
Hi-hat
Control
TO KICK
Kick
Hi-Hat Foot Controller
---It can produce hi-hat closed sound if you hit hi-hat when pressing foot controller.
---It can produce hi-hat open sound if you hit hi-hat without pressing foot controller.
---Press foot controller directly to produce hi-hat pedal sound.
---The hi-hat tone changes smoothly from open to closed in response to press the pedal
while hitting the hi-hat.
---Press the latter part of the pedal quickly and release the pedal immediately to produce
splash sound.
Rim Shot/Cross Stick
Only strike the rim of the snare pad to produce stick sound.
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Panel Controls
Top Panel
MASTER VOLUME
HD-4
MIN
Setup
Kit Edit
Tempo/Tap
Click
Song
MAX
Rec/Play
Trigger
Click Edit
Back
Start/Stop
Enter
Kit Select
Rear Panel
POWER ON/OFF
DC 9V
USB TO HOST
PHONES
5
R
LINE OUT L/MONO
AUX IN
Panel Controls
Top Panel
1.MASTER VOLUME
This is used to adjust LINE OUT volume, headphone
volume and LINE IN volume.
2.SETUP Button
This button can be used to set the retrigger cancel, threshold,
velocity curve, effect etc...
3.KIT Button
This button is used to select the various different drum kit styles
4.+/- Button
This button is used to edit parameters select voice volumes etc..d.
5.TEMPO/TAP Button
This button is used to change the song's tempo and
metronome tempo, allows you to tap the tempo on the
pad to change the song's tempo.
6.CLICK Button
This button is used to enter the metronome's tempo, to adjust
metronome's volume and the metronome's sound type.
7. SONG Button
This button is used to enter the song select display. You
can turn off the percussion track of the song, and adjust
the song's volume (percussion track and accompaniment track).
8.START/STOP Button
This button is used to start or stop playing the song. In
recording mode, press this button can start or stop recording.
In voice selection mode, you can listen to the sound.
9.REC/PLAY Button
This button is used to enter the recording mode, you can also
select user song playing mode.
10.ENTER Button
This button is used to confirm a current function and to save
the parameters that you set
11.BACK Button
This button is used to return to the previous menu.
Button Combinations
12. [Tempo/Tap] + [Click]
Pressing these buttons at the same time provides access to the
volume, sound and time signature of the metronome.
13. [Back] + [Enter]
This button combination is used to return to the Kit Select
menu at any time.
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
14. USB
Connect to a Tablet, Smartphone, laptop etc for two-way
MIDI communication. Allows for so many musical
possibilities such as triggering drum sounds from software,
recording and sequencing, millions of Apps etc..
15. Wiring Harness Conection Where the pads and cymbals wiring harness connects to the
Drum Module.
16. POWER ON/OFF
After connecting the included DC adapter, use this switch
to turn the power on or off.
17. DC 9V
This jack is intended for use with the included DC adapter only.
18. PHONES
Plug in a pair of stereo headphones here.
19. LINE OUT (R and L)
Stereo audio outputs to connect to powered speakers or an
amplifier.
20. AUX IN
Connect the output of an external audio device such as a
Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop etc.. to play along with your
favorite songs.
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Panel Controls
Parameter/Value
Mode
The Display
Kit Select
1
2
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
3
Te m p o
4
Song
5
6
7
8
1. Mode
This section indicates which mode you are in depending on
which of the three options listed (Kit Select, Kit Edit, or Setup).
2. Parameter/Value
The four large characters in the display tell you the name of the
page you have selected or the value of the current parameter.
There are several methods for changing the value or page
depending on what is being shown. See the related sections of
this manual for details.
This icon will light when the metronome is active.
3. Click
4. Tempo
When this word is lit, the Value being shown is the tempo of
the metronome or the current song. You may adjust the tempo
using the -/+ buttons or by tapping the pad.
5. Song
When this word is lit it means that the Drum Module is in the
Song Mode.
6. Metronome indicator
This icon will flash while the click is active, or while recording
or playing a song. When the outer edges of the icon are lit, that's
the downbeat of the bar. When only the Center dot is lit, that is
one of the sub-beats of the current time signature.
7. Playing Song
When the triangle is lit you will know that a song is playing
back, not recording.
8. Recording Song
The large dot indicates that a song is currently being recorded.
Anything played on the pads will be captured for later playback.
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Connect
Connecting the Power Supply
AC POWER
Make sure the power is switched OFF when connecting the
power adaptor to the “DC 9V”jack on the rear panel.
Connecting an Amplifier
When you want to listen to the drum kit with an amplifier or powered speakers, connect
these devices to the LINE OUT jack on the rear panel. The volume is adjusted with the
MASTER VOLUME knob.
AMPLIFIER
Connecting a Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop, etc. (AUX In jack)
The audio output from a Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop etc.. can be connected to the
AUX IN jack on the rear panel so it can be mixed with the sounds from the Drum Module.
This function is convenient when you want to play along with a favorite song.
The output volume is adjusted with the MASTER VOLUME knob.
i Pad
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Connect
USB MIDI
Your drum module is USB class-compliant. This means you can plug it into a USB
class-compliant host (for example, a laptop, tablet or smartphone) and it should be
recognized immediately. There are no drivers to install; simply plug n' play. For example,
if you connect the drum module to a computer, you can trigger drum libraries on the
computer or record your performance into a MIDI sequencing application. Check the
operation and setup instructions for the software you intend to use for more details.
Using Headphones
An optional set of stereo headphones can be connected to the
PHONES jack located to the left side of the unit. Use the
[MASTER VOLUME] to adjust the headphone volume.
PHONES
Note: To avoid hearing loss please do not listen a very high volume settings.
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Switch the Power On
With everything set up and ready to go, it's time to start playing the drum kit. Locate the on/off
power switch on the drum module and switch the power on. The drum module is ready to
operate when the display shown below appears. This is the location from which you select the
drum kit you want to play or edit.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
Next, connect headphones or a speaker system as described on the previous two pages. Start
with the MASTER VOLUME set to MIN and press the [Start/Stop] button on the drum
module. Gradually increase the volume until you hear a song playing through your speaker
system or headphones. If you hear no sound, please check all of the cables connecting the
drum module to your speakers and repeat the procedure. When the levels are set to a
comfortable level, press the [Start/Stop] button again to stop the song.
Once you have established that your sound system or headphones are connected correctly to
the drum module, play each of the pads, cymbals, and kick and hi-hat pedals. You should
hear a sound for every hit. If one pad or cymbal does not play a sound, check the cable
connection from that pad to the sound module.
With everything set up and the kit sounding from all pads, it's time to start playing! When
you are ready to learn more about your new drum system, pick up the manual again and
continue with the next page.
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Selecting Drum Kits
Ready to explore the sound module some more? Then let's cover the rest of the features.
The unit comes with 25 preset drum kits, any of which may be edited to suit your tastes. If
you're not already at the Kit Select display, press the buttons marked [Back] and [Enter] to
get there. You will see the number of the current kit appear in the LCD display along with the
letter “K” (for “Kit”). The display should look something like the image pictured below.
You can use the [-/+] buttons to step through any of the 30 kits. For a complete list of the
preset kits, please see page 29 of this manual.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Back
Enter
Kit Edit
Setup
Kit Select
Click
Te m p o
Song
[Enter] button
Think of the [Enter] button as similar to the Enter or Return key
on a computer. It has two main functions:
·
·
To take the unit down another menu level
in one of the modes (Kit Edit, Setup, and
Song)
To confirm and save the new value or
function of an edited parameter.
Back
Enter
Kit Select
Once the selection has been confirmed, the display
will return to the previous menu.
[Back] button
Back
Press the [Back] button if you want to quit the current
menu.
Once pressed the LCD display will take you back to the
previous menu.
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Enter
Kit Select
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[Kit Edit] Button
Press the [Kit Edit] button, the LCD will display “INST” (Instrument), now, you can use
the [+/-] buttons or [Kit Edit] button to select “LEVL”(Level), “REVL”(Reverb Level),
“CHOL”(Chrous Level),“COPY” (Copy), and “REST”(Reset).
Parameter/Value
Mode
Setup
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
A. Selecting an Instrument (INST)
Press the [Kit Edit] button: the LCD will display “INST”
1. Press [Enter] button.
2. There are two ways to choose a drum at this point:
a. Use the [-/+] buttons to select the desired pad from the list below:
Bass Drum
Ride
Snare
Crash
Snare Rim
HiHat Open
Tom 1
HiHat Closed
Tom 2
HiHat Pedal
Tom 3
b. Hit the drum that you want to set.
HiHat Splash
For example: to select snare voice
1. Press [Kit Edit] button, the LCD will display“INST”.
2. Press [Enter] button, use the [+/-] buttons or hit the snare pad forcefully to select the voice.
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select new snare voice.
In this mode you also can press [Start/Stop] button to listen to the voice.
4. Press [Enter] button to confirm or press [Back] button to return.
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B.Pad Volume (LEVL)
1. Press the [Kit Edit] button: the LCD will display “INST”.
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Kit Edit] button to select the “LEVL” menu.
3. Press [Enter] button.
4. There are two ways to choose a drum at this point:
a. Use the [-/+] buttons to select the desired pad from the list below:
Bass Drum
Ride
Snare
Crash
Snare Rim
HiHat Open
Tom 1
HiHat Closed
Tom 2
HiHat Pedal
Tom 3
HiHat Splash
b. Hit the drum that you want to set.
For example: to select snare voice
1. Press [Kit Edit] button, the LCD will display“INST”.
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Kit Edit] button to select the “LEVL” menu .
3. Press [Enter] button, use the [+/-] buttons or hit the snare pad forcefully to select the voice.
4. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to set a value(Range: 000-127 ).
In this mode you also can press [Start/Stop] button to listen to the voice.
5. Press [Enter] button to confirm or press [Back] button to return.
C. Reverb level (REVL)
Press the [Kit Edit] button, use the [-/+] buttons or the [Kit Edit] button to select the “REVL”
Press [Enter] button, use the [+/-] buttons to select a pad (For example: SNAR).
Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to set a value(Range: 000-127 ).
Press [Enter] button to confirm or press [Back] button to return.
D. Chorus level (CHOL)
In the [Kit Edit] mode, press the [Enter] button, use the [+/-] buttons to select“CHOL”
Press [Enter] button, use the [+/-] buttons to select a pad (For example: SNAR).
Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to set a value(Range: 000-127 ).
Press [Enter] button to confirm or press [Back] button to return.
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E. Copy Drum Kit to New Location (COPY)
Any drum kit can be copied from any one of the 25 kit locations. This is handy if you want to
change the order in which the kits appear for a live performance, for example.
To copy the current drum kit to another location:
1. Press the [Kit Edit] button: the LCD will display“INST”.
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Kit Edit] button to select the “COPY” menu.
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select one of the drum kit numbers as the
destination. The display will flash the number of the targeted kit(USE1~USE5).
Note: the next step will overwrite the destination kit. Be sure you have chosen the right
one before you proceed!
Press [Enter] button to confirm the destination kit to be overwritten or press [Back] button to
exit the Copy function without making any changes.
If you pressed [Enter] to execute the Copy function in the previous step, the display will flash
“END” and exit to the Kit Select page with the new location selected.
F. Resetting the Current Drum Kit(REST)
If you have made changes to the current drum kit and decide you want to get back to the
factory starting point, we've provided a way to do this.
The procedure has been divided into two parts: resetting the instrument/pad assignments and
resetting the effects. We'll cover how to reset the effects in the next section. If you want to
reset the instrument/pad assignments for the current drum kit, here's what to do:
1. Press the [Kit Edit] button: the LCD will display “INST”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Kit Edit] button to select the “RSET” menu
3. Press [Enter] button. The display will flash “END” and return to the previous menu.
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[SETUP] Button
In this mode, you can set the Pad Trigger, Local On/Off, Effects, Sleep On/Off,
and Resetting functions.
A. Trigger Setting
The trigger functions allow you to adapt how the drum module responds to your playing style.
Adjustable parameters include sensitivity, threshold, velocity curve and crosstalk. We will
explain each function in detail, but first, let's go through the basic process of changing these
parameters.
For example, if you would like to adjust the trigger settings for the snare drum pad:
1. Press the [Setup] button: the display will display“TRIG”
2. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select one of the options (RE-C, THRS,
CURV and XTAL).
Parameter/Value
Mode
Setup
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select the desired pad from the list below:
Bass Drum
Ride
Snare**
Crash
Snare Rim**
HiHat Closed*
Tom 1
HiHat Pedal
Tom 2
HiHat Splash
Tom 3
4. Press the [Enter] button to access the adjustable parameter and use the [-/+] buttons to
select a new value.
5. Press the [Enter] button to confirm the choice or press [Back] button to retain the original value.
* The Open and Closed hi-hat triggers share the same set of trigger parameters, so you will
see the same label in the display for both.
**The Snare and Snare Rim triggers share the same set of SENSparameters, but their THRS,
CURV and XTLK parameters are independent.
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SENS Sensitivity: Simply put, set this to as high a value as you can. The lower the value, the
less sensitive the pad will be. If you find the pad overly sensitive, including the
unexpected triggering of the pad you are playing, try reducing the sensitivity of the
pad a little. Range: 001-008
THRS Threshold: This setting allows a trigger signal to be received only when you hit the
pad above a certain force level. This can be used to prevent a pad from sounding
because of vibrations from other pads. When set to a higher value, no sound is
produced when you strike the pad lightly. Range: 000-050
CURV Velocity Curve: This allows you to choose a curve for each pad so it responds the way
you want. There are four velocity curves from which to choose: Normal (NORL),
Dynamic (DYN), EASY, and Fixed (FID).
EASY As the name implies, this curve makes it relatively easy to reach the maximum
MIDI velocity of 127. So as a general rule, lower velocity hits are more likely
to produce a louder volume.
NORL Allows an evenly-distributed change in output in response to changes in velocity.
DYN
This setting provides the widest dynamic range overall. As a result it is possible
to play more quietly, easier to produce a more subtle change in volume, and
requires slightly more forceful playing to reach the maximum MIDI velocity
of 127.
FID
No matter how hard or soft you hit the pad, the engine will always receive a
MIDI velocity of 100.
XTAL Crosstalk can happen when you strike one of the pads forcefully, causing one of the
other instruments in the kit to be triggered unintentionally. When you have noticed
that one trigger pad is picking up signals from the other pads, adjust the XTAL
setting for the affected pad to a higher value until it stops receiving trigger events
from the pads that are causing the problem. Range: 000-080
Note: the hi-hat foot trigger (HH-P) does not offer adjustments for SENS, THRS, or XTAL.
HH-S does not offer adjustments for THRS or XTAL. You will see the word "NULL" when
you select those parameters for those instruments. You can adjust their velocity curves,
however.
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B. Using the Drum Pads as MIDI Triggers Only (LOCL)
You might want to use the pads to trigger another sound source over USB but not hear the drum
module's internal sounds at the same time. This condition is known as "Local Off." It can also be
useful if you are triggering the drum module's sounds via USB MIDI and want to eliminate any
double triggering.
To configure the drum module in this way, do the following:
1. Press the [Setup] button: the LCD will display“TRIG”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Setup] button to select the “LOCL” menu.
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select either “Off” or “On”
depending on what you want to do. “On” is the normal operating mode: when you
play the pads the internal sounds will trigger. “Off” will not trigger the internal
sounds directly.
4. Press the [Enter] button to confirm the choice, or press [Back] to exit without making
any changes.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Setup
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
C. Defeating the Effects for All Drum Kits (EFCT)
We have added reverb effects to many of the drum kits. However, it's possible you might want
to turn off the reverb for all of the drum kits and process the audio with an external effects
unit. To do this:
1. Press the [Setup] button: the LCD will display“TRIG”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Setup] button to select the“ EFCT” menu.
3. Press the [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select one of the following options:
REVB: The next step will allow you to toggle the reverb off or on for all kits
CHRS: The next step will allow you to toggle the chorus off or on for all kits
Parameter/Value
Mode
Setup
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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4. Press the [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select the reverb or chorus styles:
5. Press the [Enter] button again to confirm your choice or press [Back] button to exit to
the previous menu without having changed anything.
D. Sleep on/off
Press the [SETUP] button and use the [+/-] button to select “SAVE”, then press [ENTER]
button, use [+/-] button to select “On” or “Off”.
Press the [ENTER] button to confirm.
“ON” Mode: When the Sleep Function is on and there is no operation within thirty minutes,
the drum will automatically enter the Sleep State. Press [POWER ON/OFF] button
twice to restart.
“OFF” Mode: Turns the Sleep function off.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Setup
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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E. Restoring All Trigger Settings to the Factory Defaults (REST)
If you have set up your drum kit in a new location, such as on a stage with a drum riser, you
may find that you need to readjust your trigger crosstalk settings, for example. If you would
prefer to start over from the factory trigger settings, follow this procedure:
1. Press the [Setup] button: the LCD will display “TRIG”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons or the [Setup] button to select the “REST” menu.
3. Press the [Enter] button. The display will flash “END” and the settings will have been
restored to their factory defaults.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Setup
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
[Song] button
Your drum provides 30 (001-030) preset songs, and 2 (d-1/d-2) song demos.
Song Selection
Here's how to select and listen to the songs:
1. Press the [Song] button. The display will show the number of the last song selected.
2. Use the [-/+] buttons to select one of the songs you'd like to listen to.
3. Press the [Start/Stop] button to start or stop the song.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Song
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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A. Drum On/Off (DRUM)
We've included songs in a number of styles and tempos from which you can choose. If you
would like to play along to these songs without listening to the pre-recorded drum and
percussion parts, here is the method for disabling those parts:
1. Press the [Song] button the the LCD will display “S001”
2. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select the “DRUM” menu
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select either “Off” or “On” depending
on what you want to do. If you want to mute the pre-recorded drums, select “Off.”
4. Press [Enter] button to confirm. Note: The value will be returned to“On”on power-down.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Back
Kit Select
Enter
Kit Edit
Kit Select
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
B. Drum Part Volume (DRLV)
If you'd like to adjust the volume of the pre-recorded drums while listening to or playing
along with the songs, here is how to do that:
1. Press the [Song] button the the LCD will display “S001”
2. Press [Enter] and use the [-/+] buttons to select the “DRLV” menu
3. Press [Enter] and use the [-/+] buttons to adjust the volume up or down. Press both [–] and
[+] at the same time to reset the drum part volume to the default value of 028. Range: 000-032
4. Press [Enter] to confirm the new value. The change is not permanent, though; the value will
be returned to the default value of“028”on power-down.
Note: The drum part volume setting of 000 will silence the drum parts, but a quicker way to
do that is to use the Drum On/Off feature described on the previous page.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Back
Enter
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Select
Setup
Click
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Begin Playing the Drums
C. Accompaniment Part Volume (ACC)
If you'd like to adjust the volume of the pre-recorded accompaniment instruments while
listening to or playing along with the songs, here is what to do:
1. Press the [Song] button the the LCD will display “S001”
2. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select the “ACC” menu
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to adjust the volume up or down. Press both
[-] and [+] at the same time to reset the accompaniment part volume to the default value of
028. Range: 000-032
4. Press [Enter] button to confirm the new value.
Note: The accompaniment part volume setting returns to the default value on power-down.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Back
Enter
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Select
Setup
Click
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Song
D. Reset All Mix Parameters (REST)
If you'd like to restore the default values for all of the Mix parameters, follow these steps:
1. Press the [Song] button the the LCD will display “S001”
2. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select the REST menu
3. Press [Enter] to execute the procedure. The display will flash “END” indicating that
the setting of the songs have been restored.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Back
Enter
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Kit Select
Setup
Click
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Song
Begin Playing the Drums
[Click] button
Press [CLICK] button to turn on or turn off metronome.
Click edit: [Tempo/Tap] + [Click]
It is possible to adjust the metronome volume, change its assigned instrument, or select a
different time signature. To access these parameters you will need to press two buttons at the
same time: [Tempo/Tap] and [Click]. After you have done this, the following options become
available to you:
A. Click Volume (LEVL)
To adjust the metronome volume, follow these steps:
1. Press the [Tempo/Tap] and [Click] buttons at the same time. The LCD will display “LEVL”
2. Press [Enter] and use the [-/+] buttons to adjust the click volume up or down.
Pressing both [–] and [+] at the same time will reset the click volume to the default value of
020. Range: 000-032
3. Press [Enter] to confirm the choice.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Tempo/Tap
Click
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Click Edit
Setup
Click
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Song
B. Changing the Time Signature (TYPE)
The metronome settings can be changed to accommodate a number of different time
signatures. To change the time signature, follow these steps:
1. Press [Tempo/Tap] and [Click], The LCD will display “LEVL”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons to select the “TYPE” menu
3. Press [Enter] again and use the [-/+] buttons to select the new time signature. Pressing
both [–] and [+] at the same time will reset the click to the default value of 4-4.
Range: 1-4, 2-4, 3-4, 4-4, 6-4, 3-8, 6-8, and 12/8.
4. Press [Enter] to confirm the choice.
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Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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Song
C. Selecting the Click Sound (SOND)
It is possible to select one of three different sounds for the metronome click. If you'd like to
experiment with the options to see which one is best for you, here is what to do:
1. Press [Tempo/Tap] and [Click], The LCD will display “LEVL”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons to select the“ SOND” menu
3. Press [Enter] button and use the [-/+] buttons to select one of the three sounds.
4. Press [Enter] button to confirm the choice.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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Song
D. Restoring Factory Click Settings (REST)
There's a quick way to return all of the click settings to their factory defaults. If you would
like to do this, follow this procedure:
1. Press [Tempo/Tap] and [Click], The LCD will display “LEVL”
2. Use the [-/+] buttons to select the “REST” menu
3. Press the [Enter] button to execute the reset procedure. The display will flash “END” and
return to the “REST” menu.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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Begin Playing the Drums
[Tempo/Tap] button
The tempo of the click or the current song may be set by using one of several methods.
Each of these procedures is detailed in the paragraphs ahead:
A. Setting the Tempo with the [-/+] Buttons
For making precise adjustments to the tempo, use this procedure:
1. Press the [Tempo/Tap] button: the current tempo value will be shown
2. Use the [-/+] buttons to change the tempo value. Range: 020-240
Pressing both [–] and [+] at the same time will reset the tempo to the default value of 135
Parameter/Value
Mode
Tempo/Tap
Kit Select
Click
Kit Edit
Click Edit
Setup
Click
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Song
B. Setting the Tempo by Tapping
You can also enter the tempo by tapping it out on the [Tempo/Tap] button or by using one of the
pads. Here's how:
1. Press the [Tempo/Tap] button: the current tempo value will be shown
2. Press the [Enter] button: the tempo value will flash
3. Tap on one of the pads four times. Those four taps will be used
to calculate the new tempo value. Range: 020-240
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[Rec/Play] button
Press the [REC/PLAY] button to enter the record mode,then use the [+/-] buttons
to change the menu.
Rec/Play
A. “RECD”(Record)
Press the [START/STOP] button to start recording.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Start/Stop
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
Te m p o
Song
B. “PLAY”
Press the [START/STOP] button to start playing the song. Press it again to stop playing.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Start/Stop
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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Song
C. “CLER”(Clear)
Press the [ENTER] button to delete the song.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Back
Enter
Kit Select
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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Begin Playing the Drums
D. “STAT”(Start mode)
Press the [ENTER] button to select the start mode of the recording .
Use the [+/-] buttons to select“SYN”or“AUTO”.
SYN ------ If you use Syn mode ,it will start recording when you start playing the instrument.
AUTO ------ Means that After four beats it will automatically start recording.
Parameter/Value
Mode
Kit Select
Enter
Kit Edit
Setup
Click
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Song
Assembly
Instruction
Start to Play
the Drum
Factory
Connect
Reset
There is a simple way to restore everything in the drum module to the factory settings. This
includes all trigger settings, drum kits, effects, and the song you recorded. If you are certain
you want to do this, follow these steps:
·
·
·
Turn the power switch to OFF
Hold down the [-/+] buttons
Turn the power switch to ON. The display will show“REST”, which means all of
the parameters in the drum module have been restored to their factory settings.
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Drum Kits List
Kit #
Name
Kit #
Name
001
Acoustic 1
016
Latin
002
Acoustic 2
017
Pop
003
Room
018
Eight-oh
004
Nine-oh
019
Electro-pop
005
Rock 1
020
Trash
006
Dance Club
021
Rock 2
007
Jazz
022
Reggae-pop
008
Rap-hop
023
Brush
009
Early R&B
024
Modern R&B
010
Electronic 1
025
Drum Box 2
011
Crunch
026
012
Compressed
027
013
Electronic 2
028
014
Analog
029
Room
(duplicate)
Eight-oh
(duplicate)
015
Drum Box 1
030
Rock 1
(duplicate)
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Acoustic 1
(duplicate)
Acoustic 2
(duplicate)
Voice List
Group 1: Kick Drums
Group 2: Snare Drums
01 Acoustic kick 1
02 Acoustic kick 2
03 Room kick 1
04 Room kick 2
05 Rock kick 1
06 Jazz kick
07 Early R&B kick
08 Compressed kick
09 Latin kick
10 Pop kick
11 Trash kick
12 Rock kick 2
13 Reggae-pop kick
14 Brush kick
15 Modern R&B kick
16 Big kick
17 Rock kick 3
18 Rock kick 4
19 Rock kick 5
20 8-oh kick
21 9-oh kick
22 Dance club kick
23 Rap-hop kick
24 Electronic kick 1
25 Electronic kick 2
26 Analog kick
27 Drum box kick 1
28 Drum box kick 2
29 Crunch kick
30 Electro-pop kick
31 Thick kick
01 Acoustic snare 1
02 Piccolo snare 1
03 Piccolo snare 2
04 Room snare 1
05 Room snare 2
06 Rock snare 1
07 Rock snare 2
08 Rock snare 3
09 Rock snare 4
10 Compressed snare
11 Jazz snare
12 Acoustic snare 2
13 Acoustic snare 3
14 Trash snare
15 Pop snare 1
16 Reggae-pop snare
17 Brush snare
18 Early R&B snare
19 Pop snare 2
20 Latin snare+tambourine
21 Electro-pop snare
22 Rap-hop snare
23 Analog snare 1
24 Modern R&B snare
25 Rock snare 5
26 Electronic snare 1
27 Drum box snare 1
28 8-oh snare
29 Dance club snare
30 9-oh snare
31 Drum box snare 2
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32 Crunch snare 1
33 Electronic snare 2
34 Analog snare 2
35 Crunch snare 2
36 Drum box snare 3
37 Noise snare
38 Reso-snare
39 Bubble snare
40 Acoustic rimshot 1
41 Early R&B rimshot
42 Pop rimshot 1
43 Piccolo rimshot 1
44 Rock rimshot 1
45 Jazz rimshot 1
46 Acoustic rimshot 2
47 Compressed rimshot
48 Room rimshot
49 Pop rimshot 2
50 Rock rimshot 2
51 Reggae-pop rimshot
52 Brush rimshot
53 Analog rimshot 1
54 Modern R&B rimshot
55 Trash rimshot
56 Drum box rimshot 1
57 8-oh rimshot
58 Dance club rimshot
59 Electronic rimshot 1
60 Crunch rimshot
61 Electronic rimshot 2
62 Analog rimshot 2
63 Drum box rimshot 2
64 Electro-pop rimshot
Voice List
65 Piccolo snare 3
66 Piccolo rimshot 2
67 Rock snare 6
68 Rock rimshot 3
Group 3: Toms
01 Acoustic tom 1 (high)
02 Acoustic tom 1 (mid)
03 Acoustic tom 1 (low)
04 Acoustic tom 2 (high)
05 Acoustic tom 2 (mid)
06 Acoustic tom 2 (low)
07 Room tom 1 (high)
08 Room tom 1 (mid)
09 Room tom 1 (low)
10 Compressed tom (high)
11 Compressed tom (mid)
12 Compressed tom (low)
13 Rock tom 1 (high)
14 Rock tom 1 (mid)
15 Rock tom 1 (low)
16 Rock tom 2 (high)
17 Rock tom 2 (mid)
18 Rock tom 2 (low)
19 Pop tom 1 (high)
20 Pop tom 1 (mid)
21 Pop tom 1 (low)
22 Pop tom 2 (high)
23 Pop tom 2 (mid)
24 Pop tom 2 (low)
25 Tight tom (high)
26 Tight tom (mid)
27 Tight tom (low)
28 D-dub tom (high)
29 D-dub tom (mid)
30 D-dub tom (low)
31 Rock tom 3 (high)
32 Rock tom 3 (mid)
33 Rock tom 3 (low)
34 Rock tom 4 (high)
35 Rock tom 4 (mid)
36 Rock tom 4 (low)
37 Rock tom 5
38 Modern R&B tom (high)
39 Modern R&B tom (mid)
40 Modern R&B tom (low)
41 Jazz tom (high)
42 Jazz tom (mid)
43 Jazz tom (low)
44 Brush tom (high)
45 Brush tom (mid)
46 Brush tom (low)
47 Early R&B tom (high)
48 Early R&B tom (mid)
49 Early R&B tom (low)
50 Reggae-pop tom & timbale
51 Reggae-pop tom & conga
52 Reggae-pop tom & conga
53 Latin tom & conga
54 Latin tom & bongo
55 Electro-pop tom (high)
56 Electro-pop tom (mid)
57 Electro-pop tom (low)
58 Electro-pop tom 2 (high)
59 Electro-pop tom 2 (mid)
60 Electro-pop tom 2 (low)
61 Trash tom (high)
62 Trash tom (mid)
63 Trash tom (low)
64 Crunch tom (high)
65 Crunch tom (mid)
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66 Crunch tom (low)
67 Rap-hop tom (high)
68 Rap-hop tom (mid)
69 Rap-hop tom (low)
70 Electronic tom 1 (high)
71 Electronic tom 1 (mid)
72 Electronic tom 1 (low)
73 Electronic tom 2 (high)
74 Electronic tom 2 (mid)
75 Electronic tom 2 (low)
76 Analog tom (high)
77 Analog tom (mid)
78 Analog tom (low)
79 9-oh tom (high)
80 9-oh tom (mid)
81 9-oh tom (low)
82 9-oh tom 2 (high)
83 9-oh tom 2 (mid)
84 9-oh tom 2 (low)
85 8-oh tom-fall (high)
86 8-oh tom-fall (mid)
87 8-oh tom-fall (low)
88 Drum box tom 1 (high)
89 Drum box tom 1 (mid)
90 Drum box tom 1 (low)
91 Drum box tom 2 (high)
92 Drum box tom 2 (mid)
93 Drum box tom 2 (low)
94 Dance club tom (high)
95 Dance club tom (mid)
96 Dance club tom (low)
Voice List
Group 4: Cymbals
01 Crash cymbal 1
02 Crash cymbal 2
03 Rap-hop crash
04 Mid crash 1
05 Mid crash 2
06 Dark crash
07 18" crash 1
08 18" crash 2
09 Mid splash
10 High splash
11 Crispy splash
12 Trash splash
13 Small splash
14 Electro splash
15 Dark splash
16 Low crash 1
17 Low crash 2
18 Analog crash
19 Electro-pop crash
20 Dance club crash
21 Electro crash 1
22 Electro crash 2
23 Falling crash
24 Submarine crash
25 Sizzle ride
26 Sizzle ride plus bell
27 Cymbal ride bell 1
28 Cymbal ride bell 2
29 Low ride
30 Early R&B ride
31 Ride crash
32 Brush ride
33 Cymbal ride plus bell 3
34 Latin ride & cowbell
35 Cymbal ride plus bell 1
36 Cymbal ride plus bell 2
37 Trash ride
38 Electronic ride 1
39 Electro-pop ride
40 High ping ride
41 Drum box ride
42 9-oh ride crash
43 Pie tin ride
44 Electronic ride 2
45 Crunch ride
46 Electronic crash-ride
47 Electronic ride 3
Group 5: Hi-hats
1 Brush hat 1 closed
2 Brush hat 1 foot
3 Brush hat 1 open
4 Brush hat 1 splash
5 Brush hat 2 closed
6 Brush hat 2 foot
7 Brush hat 2 open
8 Brush hat 2 splash
9 Room hat closed
10 Room hat foot
11 Room hat open
12 Room hat splash
13 Rock hat 1 closed
14 Rock hat 1 foot
15 Rock hat 1 open
16 Rock hat 1 splash
17 Rock hat 2 closed
18 Rock hat 2 foot
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19 Rock hat 2 open
20 Rock hat 2 splash
21 Small hat 1 closed
22 Small hat 1 foot
23 Small hat 1 open
24 Small hat 1 splash
25 Small hat 2 closed
26 Small hat 2 foot
27 Small hat 2 open
28 Small hat 2 splash
29 Snappy brush hat closed
30 Snappy brush hat foot
31 Snappy brush hat open
32 Snappy brush hat splash
33 Trash hat closed
34 Trash hat foot
35 Trash hat open
36 Trash hat splash
37 Early R&B hat closed
38 Early R&B hat foot
39 Early R&B hat open
40 Early R&B hat splash
41 Boom snap hat closed
42 Boom snap hat open
43 Boom snap hat splash
44 Rock hat 3 closed
45 Rock hat 3 open
46 8-oh hat closed
47 8-oh hat foot
48 8-oh hat open
49 Dance club hat closed
50 Dance club hat foot
51 Dance club hat open
52 Rap-hop hat closed
Voice List
53 Rap-hop hat foot
54 Rap-hop hat open
55 Rap-hop hat splash
56 Electronic hat 1 closed
57 Electronic hat 1 foot
58 Electronic hat 1 open
59 Crunch hat closed
60 Crunch hat foot
61 Crunch hat open
62 Electronic hat 2 closed
63 Electronic hat 2 foot
64 Electronic hat 2 open
65 Electronic hat 2 splash
66 Analog hat closed
67 Analog hat foot
68 Analog hat open
69 Drum box hat 1 closed
70 Drum box hat 1 foot
71 Drum box hat 1 open
72 9-oh hat closed
73 9-oh hat foot
74 9-oh hat open
75 9-oh hat splash
76 Electro-pop hat closed
77 Electro-pop hat foot
78 Electro-pop hat open
79 Electro-pop hat splash
80 Modern R&B hat closed
81 Modern R&B hat foot
82 Modern R&B hat open
83 Modern R&B hat splash
84 Drum box hat 2 closed
85 Drum box hat 2 foot
86 Drum box hat 2 open
87 Shaker hat closed
Group 6: Percussion
01 Agogo (high)
02 Agogo (low)
03 Agogo (high/low)
04 Conga (high)
05 Conga (low)
06 Hand claps
07 Timbale (high)
08 Timbale (low)
09 Triangle mute
10 Triangle open
11 Triangle (open/mute)
12 Woodblock (high)
13 Woodblock (low)
14 Woodblock (high/low)
15 Shaker
16 Tambourine (down)
17 Tambourine (up)
18 Tambourine (up/down)
19 Cowbell
20 8-oh cowbell
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Style List
Number
Song Name/Style
Number
Song Name/Style
01
Rock Shuffle
16
Pop Ballad
02
Surf Pop
17
8 Beat Dance
03
Techno
18
8 Beat Modern
04
60's Rock
19
70's Disco
05
Hard Rock
20
Big Band
06
Pop Bossa
21
Country 8 Beat
07
80's Rock
22
3/4 Gospel
08
16 Beat
23
Soul
09
Pop Shuffle
24
8 Beat Two
10
Guitar Pop
25
Reggae
11
Modern 6/8
26
Swing Reggae
12
Swing Funk
27
English Waltz
13
Piano Ballad
28
Tango
14
Rap
29
Rhythm & Blues
15
16 Beat Ballad
30
Polka
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MIDI Implementation Chart
Function
Basic Default
Channel Changed
Mode Default
Messages
Altered
Note
Number :True voice
Velocity Note ON
Note OFF
Affter Key's
Pitch Bender
Control Change 0, 32
1
5
6
7
10
11
64
65
66
67
80, 81
91, 93
100,101
121
Transmitted
1-16CH
1-16CH
Mode 3
X
**********
0~127
**********
O 9nH,v=1~127
O 8nH,v=0
X
X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
Recognized
1-16CH
1-16CH
Mode 3
X
X
0~127
0~127
O 9nH,v=1~127
O 9nH,v=0 or 8nh
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O (*1)
O
Program
Change : True
System Exclusive
System : Song Position
: Song Select
Common : Tune
Aux
: Local on/off
: All Notes Off
Messages : Active Sense
: Reset
O 0-127
0-127
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
O 0-127
0-127
X
X
X
X
O
O
O
O
Mode1:OMNI ON, POLY
Mode3:OMNI OFF, POLY
*1: Registered parameter number:
#0: Pitch sensivity
#1: Fine tuning cents
#2: Coarse tuning in half-tones
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Remarks
Bank Select
Modulation
Portamento time
Data Entry
Volume
Pan
Expression
Sustain
Portamento
Sostenuto
Soft pedal
DSP TYPE
DSP DEPTH
RPN LSB,MSB
Reset all Controllers
Mode2:OMNI ON, MONO
Mode4:OMNI OFF, MONO
O: Yes
X: NO
10506094-V1.0
Specifications
☆ Drum Pads:
1 Snare with RIM Function, 3 TOM Pads, 1 Cymbal,
1 Ride, 1 Hi-Hat, 1 Hi-Hat Control, 1 Kick Trigger
☆ Display:
Function backlit LCD display
☆ Polyphony:
64 Notes Max
☆ Voice Control:
349 drum instruments, 30 customizable kits
☆ Effect:
Reverb type (10), Level, Chorus type (13), Level
☆ Styles:
30 Styles
☆ Pad Control:
Sensitivity; Threshold ;Velocity Curve
☆ Demo:
2 Songs
☆ Song recording:
Real-time Record and Playback
☆ Others:
Tap, Click Level, Click Sound, Click Tempo,
Metronome (1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/4, 3/8, 6/8, 12/8)
☆ Interface:
DC 9V Power Socket,PHONES, USB TO HOST,
LINE OUT, AUX IN, Serial connection jack for the
pad trigger cables
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