HD-006 DIGITAL DRUM - huaxin
HD-006 DIGITAL DRUM
USER’S MANUAL
CAUTION
CAUTION
Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
WARNING
When using electrical products, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:
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.
Also, this equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for following standard:
EN55022-2006
EN55024:1998/+A1:2001/+A2:2003
EN55013:2001/+A1:2003/+A3:2006
EN61000-3-2:2006
EN61000-3-3:1995/+A1:2001/+A2:2003
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.
TAKING CARE OF YOUR DRUM
!
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE UNIT OR MAKE ANY CHANGE IN THE CIRCUITS OR
PARTS OF THE UNIT.
SERVICE AND MODIFICATION
This product should be serviced by qualified service
personnel when,
w the power supply cord or the plug of the adaptor
has been damaged,
w liquid has been spattered into the unit or it has
been exposed to rain,
w the instrument does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in
performance,
w the instrument has been dropped or the cabinet
has been damaged.
HANDLING AND TRANSPORT
w Never apply excessive force to the controls,
connectors, pads or other parts of the instrument.
w Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly,
not by pulling on the cable.
w Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or
placing heavy objects on the instrument can
result in scratches and/or more serious damage.
w Carefully check the amplifier volume control
before stating to play. Excessive volume can
cause permanent hearing loss.
CLEANING
w Clean the unit with a dry or light-wet soft cloth. Do
not use paint thinner or petrochemical based
polishes.
LOCATION
w Do not expose the drum to the following conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more
serious damage,
- direct sunlight (near a window),
- high temperatures (near a heat source, outside, or
in a car during the daytime),
- rain or excessive humidity,
- excessive dust,
- strong vibration.
w The unit shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the unit.
w The drum contains digital circuitry and may
cause interference if placed too close to radio or
television receivers. If interference occurs, move
the drum further away from the affected
equipment.
POWER
w Only use attached power adaptor.
w Turn the power switch off when the drum is not in
use.
w To avoid damage to the drum and other devices
to which it is connected, turn the power switches
of all related devices off prior to connection or
disconnection of audio cables.
w Turn the power off if the main cable of the
adaptor is damaged or the instrument is spattered with liquid.
w Do not switch the unit on and off in quick
succession, this places an undue load on the
electronic components.
w Unplug the AC power cord during an electrical
storm.
w Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the same AC
outlet as appliances with high power consumption,
such as electric heaters or ovens.
CONTENTS TABLE
INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................. 5
SOUND MODULE .......................................................................................................................... 9
CONTROL PANEL .................................................................................................................. 9
BOTTOM PANEL ................................................................................................................... 10
PLAY PAD .................................................................................................................................... 11
TURN ON THE POWER ....................................................................................................... 11
PLAYING PADS .................................................................................................................... 11
MASTER VOLUME ................................................................................................................ 11
DRUM KIT ................................................................................................................................... 12
KIT SELECT .......................................................................................................................... 12
KIT EDIT ................................................................................................................................ 12
CHANGE THE VOICE AND VOLUME OF THE PAD ....................................................... 12
EXIT FROM THE EDIT MODE .......................................................................................... 13
PATTERN .................................................................................................................................... 14
PLAY THE PATTERN ............................................................................................................ 14
EXERCISE WITH THE PATTERN ........................................................................................ 14
METRONOME ............................................................................................................................. 15
RECORD ..................................................................................................................................... 16
RECORD STANDBY ............................................................................................................. 16
RECORDING ........................................................................................................................ 16
STOP AND SAVE .................................................................................................................. 17
PLAYBACK ............................................................................................................................ 17
USB & MIDI .................................................................................................................................. 18
VOICE LIST ................................................................................................................................. 19
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 21
INSTALLATION
CRASH
A-12 Cymbal-edg
HI-HAT
SOUND MODULE
A-8 Hi-Hat
HD-006
RIDE
A-12 Cymbal
TOM 1
A-8 Tom
TOM 2
A-8 Tom
SNARE
B-8 Tom
KICK
B-6 Kick
TOM 3
A-8 Tom
RACK SYSTEM
HI-HAT CONTROLLER
B-HH Ctrl
KICK PEDAL
P-6C Kick pedal
* KICK PEDAL IS OPTIONAL ACCESORY
The drawing shows a complete drum kit after installation.
Each drum pad, cymbal pad and Hi-Hat control pedal has its part number underneath the component
name for your reference in installation. The part number is also printed on the part packing box.
Power adaptor and connection cables are not shown in the drawing.
5
INSTALLATION
RACK SYSTEM
L-Rod
Wing nuts
Cross beam
Pad clamp
Rack clamp
Arm
Leg
Folded rack in package
Crash and Ride rod
Hi-Hat rod
Foot
Other parts of the rack system
6
INSTALLATION
RACK INSTALLATION
5 Insert the cymbal rods
and adjust their position
4 Rotate the L-Rods
to proper positions, then
tighten the wing nuts
3 Move and rotate the pad clamps
to proper locations
6 Move and rotate the cymbal
clamp to proper location, then
tighten the wing nuts
1 Open the arms, adjust the position of arms
and cross beam, then tighten the wing nuts
2 Install the left and right foot,
adjust the height to have the feet
firmly fixed onto the ground
7
INSTALLATION
COMPONENTS INSTALLATION
Hi-Hat Installation
1
2
1. Remove the wing nut,
washer and felt pad
2. Put the Hi-Hat into the rod
along with parts removed in
step 1. Fasten the wing nut.
3.Adjust the angle and height
of the rod before tightening the
wing nut.
3
Crash and Ride Installation
1
1. Remove the wing nut, washer
and felt pad
2. Put the cymbal pad into the
rod along with parts removed in
step 1. Fasten the wing nut
modertly to give the pad a little
bit wobbling like the real acous3
tic cymbal.
Note: Crash and Ride have different part numbers. Please refer to indication on page 5.
3.Adjust the angle of the rod then tighten the wing nut.
2
Snare Installation
Tom Installation
1. Insert the snare into the
L-Rod, then tighten the
wing nut.
2. Adjust the angle of the
L-Rod then tighten the
wing nut in the clamp.
1. Insert the tom into the
L-Rod, then tighten the
wing nut.
Note: All the toms use the
same pad.
2. Adjust the angle of the L-Rod before
tightening the wing nut in the clamp.
Kick Installation
1. Align holes in the kick stand 2 with
these in the bracket 1 then fasten them
with screws.
2. Insert tongue of the kick stand into slot
of the pedal 3 . Tighten the wing nut on
the pedal level to fix it.
1
2
3
Sound module Installation
1. Align holes in supporting board with these in sound
module then fasten them with screws.
2. Insert rod of the supporting board into the clamp,
then tighten the wing nut.
Finalizing the Installation
Adjust arms, clamps and rods to the best position you like to finalize the installation.
Electronic Connection
Please refer to the SOUND MODULE Chapter for electronic connection.
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SOUND MODULE
CONTROL PANEL
1
CLICK
2
3
KIT
PATTERN
5
CRASH
4
6
RIDE
HIHAT
TOM 1
15
TOM 2
VOICE
VOLUME
7
8
TOM 3
HI-HAT PEDAL
MASTER
VOLUME
TEMPO
SNARE
KICK
14
DRUM OFF
9
STOP
PLAY
RECORD
SAVE
10
11
12
13
(1) Display: The display is a 3-digital 7-Segment LED type showing Information such as Kit number, Voice
number etc. .
(2) CLICK Button: Metronome On/Off switch
(3) TEMPO Button: Change the tempo of the metronome, it is also used for recording and Pattern playing.
(4) MASTER VOLUME Knob: Rotate the knob clockwise to increase the master volume and counter-clockwise to decrease the master volume
(5) KIT Button: Enter the Drum kit selection mode
(6) PATTERN Button: Enter the Pattern play mode
(7) VOICE Buttons: Enter the voice assignment mode
(8) VOLUME Button: Enter the volume adjustment mode
(9) DRUM OFF Button: Mute drum sound in the pattern
(10) STOP Buttons: Stop the pattern playing or recording
(11) PLAY Button: Play the Pattern
(12) RECOED Buttons: Enter the record mode
(13) SAVE Button: Save the record and setting
(14) +/- Buttons: It is universal in the kit, pattern selection and volume setting etc.
(15) Pad Select Buttons: Select a pad in kit edit and display pad performance in pattern playing.
RESET
Press and hold down both + and - button
when turn on the power until rSE appears on
the display. The factory setting will be restored and recorded contents erased.
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SOUND MODULE
BOTTOM PANEL
DC 9V
USB
TRIGGER
HEADPHONE
LINE OUT
LINE IN
POWER
OFF ON
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
(1) Power Switch: Turn On/Off the sound module
Note: After you turn the power off, do not turn it on immediately. Wait at least five seconds so that the electronic circuits can be properly reset.
(2)
Power In Jack: Plug in the DC cable of the attached adaptor
(3) USB Jack: The USB connector allows you to connect the drum directly to your computer’s USB port.
The USB interface is compatible with Windows XP/Vista, Windows 7 and MAC. The computer will recognize
the drum as Audio Device.
(4) Pad Trigger Connector: Each pad and Hi-Hat control pedal have labeled cables. All cables are merged
into a single connector. Plug the cable into the jack of the corresponding component, and then plug in the
connector here.
(5) Headphone Jack: The drum has a stereo headphone jack. You can play in total silence without disturbing others in the room by plugging a set of headphones into the socket.
(6) Line Out Jack: There is no built-in speaker in the drum. Line Out of stereo audio output delivers the drum
output signal to external amplification, such as home stereo, PA system or other stand alone amplifiers. If you
connect to an external mono system, stereo/mono adapter is recommended.
(7) Line In Jack: Line In of stereo audio input jacks will mix the supplied signal with the internal drum sound.
It can be used to connect to items such as CD players, MP3 player etc.
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PLAY PAD
TURN ON THE POWER
(1) Turn down the external audio device connected
with the drum.
(2) Press the POWER button while don’t strike pad or
press the Hi-Hat control pedal.
(3) Turn on external devices connected.
(4) Strike the pad and adjust the volume to a proper
level.
PLAYING PADS
All pads have striking force sensitivity feature.
Strike the pad harder to make a higher volume and
strike the pad softer to make a lower volume.
Playing Tom Drum
Strike the central position to create a sound.
Playing Snare Drum
Strike the central position (head) of the pad to make
head sound, strike the rim of the pad to make a rim
sound.
Head
Rim
Playing Hi-Hat
(1) Strike the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the Hi-Hat
control pedal to make an open Hi-Hat sound.
(2) Strike the Hi-Hat pad while fully pressing the HiHat control pedal to make a close Hi-Hat sound.
(3) Strike the Hi-Hat pad while pressing the Hi-Hat
control pedal gradually, the consecutive open sound
changes to close sound.
(4) Press the Hi-Hat pedal down quickly to make Hi-Hat
pedal sound.
Playing Cymbal
Strike rubber area of the crash and ride pad to create
a cymbal sound.
Playing Kick Drum
Press the Kick drum pedal to make a kick drum
sound.
The crash has choke feature. Strike the crash
pad, its sound will sustain. Squeeze the edge
portion, the sound will be mute.
MASTER VOLUME
Rotate the MASTER VOLUME knob to turn the
master volume up/down. Rotate the knob clockwise to increase the volume; rotate the knob
counter-clockwise to decrease the volume.
MASTER
VOLUME
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DRUM KIT
This drum has 20 preset drum kits for your choice. The kit is
a combination of different instrument voices assigned to
each pad which has unitary style for performance. Any kit
could be edited and saved. After the power is turned on, the
kit mode is engaged automatically the KIT button is lit and
the kit number is shown on the display.
In other operation modes, you could press the KIT button to
enter the kit mode directly.
Enter the kit mode
KIT SELECT
Press the + or - button to select the kit you desire from the
kit list below ranging 01 - 20. The default kit number is 01.
When you re-enter the kit mode, the kit number will be one
you selected last time.
:
Kit No.
Kit Name
Kit No.
Kit Name
01
Pop
11
HeavyBeat
02
Electric
12
Metal
03
Jazz
13
Rock
04
BeatBox
14
Punk
05
808
15
Carbon
06
Fireball
16
Disco
07
Magnet
17
TightRope
08
Dry
18
Smashing
09
Machine
19
Largeness
10
Room
20
Funky
Select kit
Enter the voice change mode
KIT EDIT
After selecting a kit, you can change the voice and its volume of each pad and save them.
CHANGE THE VOICE AND VOLUME OF THE PAD
Press the VOICE button to assign a voice to the pad and
press the VOLUME button to change its volume. The pressed
button will light up and blink.
Before editing, you should select a pad by pressing the pad
select button. The selected pad button will light up and blink,
and then you can hear its voice.
Please note that the snare has head and rim parts; Hi-Hat
has open and close voices. Press the corresponding button
twice to select an alternative part of this pad and the light
color of the button becomes blue. The default pad is Tom 1.
Or, it is the pad you edited last time.
CRASH
RIDE
HI- HAT
TOM 1
TOM 2
TOM 3
HI-HAT PEDAL
SNARE
KICK
Select pad and assign voice
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DRUM KIT
The following procedure is for voice assignment. The way of
changing its volume is the same.
While the VOICE button and the selected pad button blink,
its current voice number will appear on the display. Use the
+, - button to change the voice number ranging 1 - 184.
Press both + and - button simultaneously, its original voice
will be restored. All assignable voices are listed in the Appendix VOICE LIST.
You can test the voice by striking the pad or pressing the
pad button.
Enter the volume change mode
Tip: Press and hold down the + or - button, the data
will change consecutively. It is helpful for you to change
the number in large range.
HI- HAT
You can change the voice of another pad by pressing another button.
Or, you can adjust the volume of this pad by pressing the
VOLUME button and the VOLUME button will light up and
blink. The display shows current volume. Then, use the +/button to change the volume ranging 0 - 127.
Tip: An easy way to select a part is to hit the pad or
press the Hi-Hat pedal directly. The corresponding button will light up and blink. Please note that a too slight
striking cannot trigger a proper selection.
Easy way to select pad
EXIT FROM THE EDIT MODE
Press the blinking VOICE or VOLUME button again to exit
and turn to the kit select mode. Its indicator will be off. Please
note that your setting will be lost when you turn off the power.
You can also exit by pressing the SAVE button. In this
way, your setting is nonvolatile even when you turn
off the power.
Tip: You can restore the factory setting. Please
refer to description about the Reset on page 9.
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STOP
PLAY
RECORD
Save the editing
SAVE
PATTERN
There are 50 built-in patterns for your enjoyment and exercise.
PLAY THE PATTERN
Press the PATTERN button to engage the pattern mode and
its indicator will light up. The pattern number with “P” in front
will appear and blink on the display. Use the + or – button to
select a pattern. Press the PLAY button to start playing and
the display will show measure number. Pad select buttons
will flash to indicate which pad is performed.
Enter the pattern mode
When the pattern playing is finished, it’ll restart from the
very beginning. Press the STOP button to stop the playing.
Select pattern
During the playing, you can also select a pattern by pressing
the + or - button, the next/last pattern number will appear on
the display. After selecting, the new pattern will start play
from the first measure.
During the playing, you can change its tempo. Press the
TEMPO button, its indicator will light up and blink. The current tempo will appear on the display and blink. Use the + orbutton to change the tempo ranging 40 - 240. Press both +
and - button simultaneously, the tempo will recover the original value. Wait 3 seconds or press the TEMPO button again,
the display will recover the measure.
STOP
PLAY
Play pattern
EXERCISE WITH THE PATTERN
During the pattern playing, you can also play pads.
All patterns consist of drum pattern and orchestral background music. You can mute the drum sound and play by
yourself accompanied with background music. Press the
DRUM OFF button to mute the drum sound and the button
will light up.
The volume of the pattern is adjustable. Press the VOLUME
button, the button will light up and blink while the current
volume will be displayed. Use the + or - button to adjust the
volume. Wait 3 seconds or press the VOLUME button again,
the display will recover the measure.
Change the tempo
Mute drum sound
Press the KIT button or press the PATTERN button again to
exit and turn to the Kit mode.
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Adjust pattern volume
RECORD
SAVE
METRONOME
Press the CLICK button to activate the metronome, its indicator will light up and flash according to current tempo.
Note: During the pattern playing, the metronome
cannot sound but the CLICK button will flash if the
metronome is engaged.
Activate the metronome
Press the button again to stop it.
The speed of the metronome is determined by tempo value.
It is adjustable. Press the TEMPO button. Its indicator will
light up and blink. The current tempo will appear on the display and blink. Use the + or- button to change the tempo
ranging 40 - 240. Press both + and - button simultaneously,
the tempo will restore the default value 120. Wait 3 seconds
or press the TEMPO button again, the display will turn back
to the previous window.
Tip: Press and hold down the + or - button, the data
will change consecutively. It is helpful for you to change
the tempo in large range.
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Change the tempo
RECORD
This drum provides facilities to record one piece of your performance and save it as pattern 51. The recording could be
accompanied with pattern. Before recording, you should prepare necessary settings including selecting drum kit, metronome and tempo setting, pattern selecting etc.
RECORD STANDBY
Press the RECORD button to enter the record mode. The
button will light up and blink to indicate the recorder is
standby. The PATTERN button will light up automatically so
that you can record your performance with a pattern. The
display shows the current pattern number; you can select
another pattern by the + or - button. The volume and tempo
of the pattern is adjustable, please referto the <PATTERN>
section of this manual.
If you do not want drum sound in the pattern, press the DRUM
OFF button to mute it.
If you don’t want to use the pattern at all, press the PATTERN button, its indicator will be truned off and “oFF” will
appear on the display.
STOP
PLAY
RECORD
SAVE
Enter the record mode
KIT
PATTERN
Turn off the pattern
You can make the metronome ready by pressing the CLICK
button and the button will flash.
RECORDING
There are two types of the record.
* Record free performance - You should turn off the pattern
for this type of record.
* Record with a pattern - In this way, you can either use its
background music or add your performance to the pattern.
The pattern will play repeatedly until you stop the recording.
Please note that even if you stop the recording before the
pattern is over, the remaining measure of the pattern will be
kept in your recording.
There are two ways to start recording.
* Auto Start: Press the RECORD button again, after four
beats count-in, the record will start immediately no matter
you strike the drum pad or not.
* Synchro Start: The record will start as soon as you strike
any pad.
STOP
PLAY
RECORD
Count-in
STOP
Measure
When record started, the RECORD button stops blinking and
remains lit. The metronome will sound as soon as record
starts if the metronome is engaged. The recording measure
will appear on the display.
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SAVE
Recording
PLAY
RECORD
SAVE
RECORD
Press the RECORD button again or press the STOP button
to terminate the recording. The RECORD button blinks and
is ready for the next recording. The new recording over-writes
the contents of the previous recording in unit of measure. In
this way, you can edit your recording.
Tip: The Auto Start mode is recommended for overwrite and record with the pattern.
PLAY
STOP
The metronome sound is for reference only. It is not recorded.
RECORD
SAVE
RECORD
SAVE
Save to P51
STOP AND SAVE
When the recording is finished and RECORD button blinks,
press the SAVE button to save it as Pattern 51. The RECORD
button turns off and the PATTERN button keeps lit. The display shows P51. your setting is nonvolatile even when
STOP
PLAY
Discard the record
you turn off the power.
When the RECORD button blinks, press the STOP button to
discard the current record. The RECORD button turns off
and the PATTERN button keeps lit. The display shows the
pattern number you selected before the recording. Please
note that your current record will be lost.
Press the KIT number anytime, the recording will be terminated and the drum will turn to the Kit mode. Your current
record will be lost.
Select recorded pattern
PLAYBACK
Enter the Pattern mode, select P51, press the PLAY button
to play back your recording. Please refer to the <PATTERN>
section of this manual for details.
Measure
.
STOP
PLAY
Playback
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RECORD
SAVE
USB & MIDI
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is a world wide standard communication interface
that enables electronic musical instruments and computers to communicate with each other so that instructions and other data can pass between them. This exchange of information makes it possible to create a
system of MIDI instruments and devices that offers far greater versatility and control than that is available
with isolated instruments. Whether you interface with computers, sequencers, expanders or other equipments
your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced. For instance, you can edit your playing in computer or play
back MIDI song from computer while play the drum.
USB - The USB connector allows you to connect the drum directly to your computer. It can
connected without driver installation under the Windows XP, Windows Vista & MAC
OSX environment. The drum will be recognized as USB Audio device to receive and
transmit the same MIDI messages described above.
MIDI APPLICATION CHART
Function
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic Channel
10
1-16
Note Number
0-127
0-127
Note ON
1-127
0-127
Note OFF
64
0-127
B9h 04h xxh
Yes
X
Hi-Hat pedal control
Bxh 79h 00h
Yes
Yes
Reset All Controller
Bxh 7Bh 00h
Yes
Yes
All Notes OFF
Program Change
X
Yes *
System Exclusive
Yes
Yes **
RPN
X **
Yes **
NRPN
Yes
Yes **
Velocity:
Remarks
Major Controls:
* Chanel 10 supports Bank 0 only
** If you need detailed information about Exclusive, RPN and NRPN, please contact your vender
Note: Transmitted note through Chanel 10 for each pad is fixed as below:
PAD
NOTE
PAD
NOTE
Tom1
48
Ride
51
Tom2
45
Hi-Hat Open
46
Tom3
41
Hi-Hat Close
42
Snare
38
Hi-Hat Pedal
44
Snare Rim
37
Kick
36
Crash
55
18
VOICE LIST
No.
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
Description
GM
HighQ
Slap
ScraPush
ScraPull
Stick
SquarClick
MetroClick
MetroBell
KickDrum2
KickDrum1
SideStick
SnareDrum2
HandClap
SnareDrum1
LoFloTom2
CloseHH
LowFloTom1
PedalHH
LowTom
OpenHi-hat
Low-midTom
Hi-midTom
CrashCymb1
RHighTom
RideCymb1
ChCymbal
RideBell
Tambourine
SplashCymb
Cowbell
CrashCymb2
VibraSlap
RideCymb2
HiBongo
LowBongo
MuteConga
HiConga
LowConga
HighTimbal
LowTimbale
No.
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
Description
HighAgogo
LowAgogo
Cabasa
Maracas
ShortWhist
LongWhist
ShortGuiro
LongGuiro
Claves
Hi W-Block
Lo W-Block
MuteCuica
OpenCuica
MuteTriang
OpenTriang
Cabasa
Shaker
Belltree
Castanets
MuteSurdo
OpenSurdo
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
KICK
Kick 1
Kick 2
Kick 3
Kick 4
Kick 5
Kick 6
Kick 7
Kick 8
Kick 9
Kick 10
Kick 11
Kick 12
Kick 13
Kick 14
Kick 15
Kick 16
Kick 17
Kick 18
Kick 19
19
No.
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
Description
SNARE
Snare 1
Snare 2
Snare 3
Snare 4
Snare 5
Snare 6
Snare 7
Snare 8
Snare 9
Snare 10
Snare 11
Snare 12
Snare 13
Snare 14
Snare 15
Snare 16
Snare 17
Snare 18
Snare 19
Snare 20
Snare 21
Snare 22
Snare 23
Snare 24
Snare 25
Snare 26
Snare 27
Snare 28
Snare 29
Snare 30
Snare 31
Snare 32
Snare 33
Snare 34
Snare 35
116
117
118
SIDE STICK
SideStick 1
SideStick 2
SideStick 3
VOICE LIST
No.
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
Description
CLOSED HI-HAT
Closed Hi-Hat 1
Closed Hi-Hat 2
Closed Hi-Hat 3
Closed Hi-Hat 4
Closed Hi-Hat 5
Closed Hi-Hat 6
Closed Hi-Hat 7
Closed Hi-Hat 8
Closed Hi-Hat 9
Closed Hi-Hat 10
Closed Hi-Hat 11
Closed Hi-Hat 12
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
OPEN HI-HAT
Open Hi-Hat 1
Open Hi-Hat 2
Open Hi-Hat 3
Open Hi-Hat 4
Open Hi-Hat 5
Open Hi-Hat 6
Open Hi-Hat 7
Open Hi-Hat 8
Open Hi-Hat 9
Open Hi-Hat 10
Open Hi-Hat 11
No.
142
143
Description
Open Hi-Hat 12
Open Hi-Hat 13
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
HI TOM
Hi Tom 1
Hi Tom 2
Hi Tom 3
Hi Tom 4
Hi Tom 5
Hi Tom 6
Hi Tom 7
Hi Tom 8
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
MID TOM
Mid Tom 1
Mid Tom 2
Mid Tom 3
Mid Tom 4
Mid Tom 5
Mid Tom 6
Mid Tom 7
Mid Tom 8
160
161
162
163
LOW TOM
Low Tom1
Low Tom2
Low Tom3
Low Tom4
20
No.
164
165
166
167
Description
Low Tom5
Low Tom6
Low Tom7
Low Tom8
168
169
170
CRASH
Crash 1
Crash 2
Crash 3
171
172
173
174
175
176
RIDE
Ride 1
Ride 2
Ride 3
Ride 4
Ride 5
Ride 6
177
178
179
180
181
OTHER PERCUSSION
Percussion 1
Percussion 2
Percussion 3
Percussion 4
Percussion 5
182
183
184
PEDAL HI-HAT
Pedal Hi-Hat 1
Pedal Hi-Hat 2
Pedal Hi-Hat 3
SPECIFICATIONS
Configuration
3 X 8” Tom (without rim), 8” Snare (with rim feature), 12” Crash cymbal (with
choke feature), 12” Ride cymbal, 8” Hi-Hat, 6” Kick, Hi-Hat pedal
Voice
184
Drum Kit
20 preset kits
Pattern
50, Full and Mute drum mode
Pad Button
play drum sound with led blink
Pad Edit
Voice, Volume,
Tempo
default 120; range 40 ~240
Metro
On/Off
Record
1 editable song in overwrite mode
Easy Reset
holding button+ and button- when power on
Display
3x7LED
Power
9V DC
Aux. Socket
Headphone, Line In/Out, USB, Power In DC9V
All specifications are subject to change without notice
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HD-006 DIGITAL DRUM
USER’S MANUAL
Shanghai Huaxin Musical Instrument Co., Ltd.
35 Lao Shan Yi Cun
Shanghai 200120
China
Tel: +86-21-58820000
Fax: +86-21-58783113
Email: [email protected]
www.huaxin-music.com
Rev. 1.02
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