English - KAT Percussion
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PERCUSSION
Digital Drum Set
Owner’s Manual
Manual de instrucciones
Mode d'emploi
Manual de Utilizador
Bedienungshandbuch
INFORMATION FOR YOUR SAFTEY!
PRECAUTIONS:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment 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 used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications and 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 of the receiver. Consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/TV technician if help is needed with
interference.
NOTE:
FMIC will not be responsible for unauthorized equipment
modifications that could violate FCC rules, and/or void product
safety certifications.
CAUTION:
The normal function of the product may be disturbed by
Strong Electro Magnetic Interference. If so, simply reset
the product to resume normal operation by following the
owner’s manual. In case the function could not resume,
please use the product in other location.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Power Supply:
Please connect the designated AC adaptor to an AC outlet of
the correct voltage.
Do not connect it to an AC outlet of voltage other than that for
which your instrument is intended.
Unplug the AC power adaptor when not using the instrument,
or during electrical storms.
Connections:
Before connecting the instrument to other devices, turn off the
power to all units. This will help prevent malfunction and/or
damage to other devices.
Location:
Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions to
avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious damage:
• Direct sunlight
• Extreme temperature or humidity
• Excessively dusty or dirty location
• Strong vibrations or shocks
• Close to magnetic fields
Interference with other electrical devices:
Radios and televisions placed nearby may experience
reception interference. Operate this unit at a suitable distance
from radios and televisions.
Cleaning:
Clean only with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use paint thinners,
solvents, cleaning fluids, or chemical-impregnated wiping cloths.
Handling:
Do not apply excessive force to the switches or controls.
Do not let paper, metallic, or other objects into the instrument.
If this happens, unplug the AC adaptor from the wall outlet.
Then have the instrument inspected by qualified service personnel.
Disconnect all cables before moving the instrument.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CONTENTS
PANEL & DISPLAY DESCRIPTION
Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Rear & Side Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
QUICK START
SET-UP
Connecting Pads and Pedals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CONNECTIONS
Connecting Audio Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connecting a set of Headphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connecting an MP3/CD Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connecting a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connecting a Midi Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
EDITING AND SAVING A DRUM KIT
PLAYING ALONG WITH SONGS
Selecting and Playing Back a Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adjusting the Volume of the Accompaniment and Drum . . . . . . . .
Muting the Drums in Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Pads to Play Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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PRACTICING WITH PATTERNS
Selecting a Pattern and Practicing with it . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Scoring Your Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Playing Back Your Recorded Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
ADVANCED USE
CREATING YOUR OWN DRUM KIT
About the Drum Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Selecting a Drum Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Overall Drum Kit Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Selecting the Pad to Edit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
About the Drum Instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Selecting the Instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Drum Instrument Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Settings For Other Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Saving to a User Drum Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
RECORDING A SONG
About Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Recording Pad Performances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Recording Performances Accompanied with a Song . . . . . . 21
Playing Back Your Recorded Performance . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Recording Standby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
PRACTICING IN LEARNING MODE
About Learning Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Practicing with Beats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Practicing with Rhythms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Practicing with Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Recording and Scoring Your Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Playing Back Your Recorded Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
MAKING THE SETTING FOR MIDI
About MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Making the MIDI Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Connecting with an External Sound Device . . . . . . . . . 26
Using the Digital Drum as a Sound Module . . . . . . . . . . 26
APPENDICES
Prompt Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Kit/Voice/Song/Pattern/Parameter List . . . . . . . . . . 29-39
MIDI Implementation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
APPENDICES
RECORDING YOUR PERFORMANCE
Recording Your Performance Quickly . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Playing Back Your Recorded Performance . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Making the Settings for Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
PLAYING BACK SONGS
About Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Selecting a Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Playing Back a Song . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Adjusting the Accompaniment Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Adjusting the Drum Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Muting the Drums in Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
ADVANCED USE
Adjusting the Volume of a Drum Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Switching Reverb On/Off and Setting EQ . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Selecting the Drum Instrument of the Pad . . . . . . . . . . 10
Adjusting the Volume, Pan and Pitch of the Pad . . . . . . . 10
Setting the Pads to Play Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Saving the Edited Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
SETTING THE METRONOME
About Click . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Switching the Click On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Adjusting the Click Tempo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Setting the Time Signature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Setting the Interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Adjusting the Click Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Selecting the Click Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
QUICK START
PERFORMING
Selecting a Drum Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Playing the Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Adjusting the Sensitivity of a Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Using the Metronome/Click Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Adjusting the Tempo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
MAKING THE SETTINGS FOR PADS
About Settings of Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Adjusting the Pad Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Setting the Pad Threshold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Eliminating Crosstalk Between Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Selecting the Pad Curve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Setting Rim Sensitivity on Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Adjusting the Hi-Hat Pedal Splash Sensitivity . . . . . . . . 18
Saving Setting of Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
PANEL DESCRIPTION
FRONT PANEL
10. CLICK Button
Turn the metronome on or off and enter the Click menu in
NORMAL mode.
1. POWER Button
This button turns the power on and off.
2. VOLUME Knob
Adjust the volume of phone and line output.
11. DRUM OFF Button
Mute the drum part of the pattern.
3. START/STOP Button
Start or stop playing.
12. TEMPO Button
Adjust the current tempo.
4. SAVE Button
This button is used to save the current kit settings in a
user kit and save the trigger settings under the Utility
menu pages.
13. UTILITY Button
Enter the Utility menu in NORMAL mode.
14. RECORD Button
Enter the Record menu in NORMAL mode.
5. LCD Display
Please refer to the LCD Display section.
15. PLAY/PRACTICE Button
Play back your recording in NORMAL mode. Start practicing
following sample practice patterns in LEARNING mode. Press
and hold it for 1 second to play back your practice in LEARNING mode.
6. SONG/PATTERN Button
Enter the Song menu in NORMAL mode or enter the Pattern Practice menu in LEARNING mode.
7. KIT/RHYTHM Button
Enter the Kit menu in NORMAL mode or enter the
Rhythm Practice menu in LEARNING mode.
16. [ + ] Button and [ - ] Button
Pressing the [ + ] button increases and pressing [ - ] button
decreases the current parameter.
8. VOICE/BEAT Button
Enter the Voice menu in NORMAL mode or enter the Beat
Practice menu in LEARNING mode.
17. PAD/SELECT Buttons
These buttons play the pad voices of the current kit. In Voice
menu and Utility menu, they select the pad to be edited.
9. PAGE/SELECT Button
Scroll through the menu pages. Press and hold it for 1
second to switch modes between NORMAL and LEARNING.
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
REAR & SIDE PANEL
18. PHONES Jack(1/8")
This stereo jack is used to connect headphones to the unit.
19. AUX IN Jack(1/8”)
This stereo input jack is for an external sound source, such as an MP3
or CD player.
20. LINE OUTPUT Jacks(1/4”)
Stereo output connection to an audio system or drum amplifier.
21. CRASH 2 Jack(1/4”)
Input connection for Crash 2.
22. TOM 4 Jack(1/4”)
Input connection for Tom 4.
23. MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT)
These ports allow communication with other products equipped
with a MIDI interface.
24. USB Connector
This port is used to connect to a computer (MIDI In/Out via USB).
25. DC IN Jack
Connect the included DC 9V power adaptor.
26. PAD Connectors
Input connections for Kick, Snare, Tom, Cymbal pads and Hi-Hat control pedal.
LCD DISPLAY
1. TEMPO/MEASURE
2. HITTING INDICATOR
3. BEAT COUNT
4. INDICATORS FOR LEARNING
5. INDICATORS FOR MENUS
(SUCH AS UTILITY, REC, ETC.)
6. CURRENT MODE AND PARAMETER DISPLAY
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SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION!
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK AND DAMAGE TO THE DEVICE, MAKE SURE THE POWER IS SWITCHED “OFF” ON
THE DRUM AND ALL RELATED DEVICE BEFORE MAKING ANY CONNECTION.
FRONT PANEL
STANDARD: KICK, SNARE, TOM1-3, CRASH1, RIDE, HIHAT, HIHAT CONTROL PEDAL
EXTENDED: CRASH2, TOM4
Using the provided cable harness, connect with kick, snare, tom1-tom3, ride, crash, hi-hat, hi-hat control triggers. Snare, tom,
crash1, crash2 and ride pads are stereo input and support double triggering; crash 1, crash2, ride cymbal, Hi-hat control pedal
is stereo input.
CRASH1
HI-HAT
RIDE
TOM2
TOM1
CRASH2
DRUM
MODULE
TOM3
TOM4
KICK
SNARE
HI-HAT PEDAL
NOTE:
For details on assembling the drum stand, attaching the digital drum and connecting pads, please refer to the Assembly
Instructions. - Bass drum pedal NOT included on some models.
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CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING AUDIO EQUIPMENT
When using an amplifier, connect the Output L/MONO and R jacks on the rear panel
to the input of the amplifier.
NOTE:
For mono playback, use the L/MONO jack. For stereo playback, connect both L/
MONO and R jacks. The line output volume is controlled by the VOLUME knob.
CONNECTING A SET OF HEADPHONES
An optional set of stereo headphones can be connected to the PHONES jack located on the side of the drum module.
The headphones output volume is controlled VOLUME knob, too.
CONNECTING AN MP3/CD PLAYER
Connect the audio output of an MP3/CD player or other audio source to the stereo
AUX IN jack on the rear panel.
The input signal is mixed with the drum signal, allowing you to play along.
CONNECTING A COMPUTER
VIA THE USB CONNECTOR:
This receives and transmits MIDI messages.
VIA THE MIDI CONNECTORS:
-MIDI IN Connector: This receives MIDI messages transmitted from an
external MIDI device or a computer.
-MIDI OUT Connector: Pad performance data is transmitted from this
connector to connected computer or MIDI device.
CONNECTING A MIDI KEYBOARD
If you’re using an external MIDI keyboard or pads to control the digital
drum, make connections as shown. Here, it is used as a sound module.
POWER SUPPLY
Make sure the power is turned OFF. Connect the power adaptor to the DC
IN jack on the side panel. After confirming that all connections have been
completed, rotate the volume knob to the left (minimum volume level)
before powering on the module. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the
module. The KIT indicator on LCD will light up and the display will show
kit number 001.
NOTE:
Make sure the power is turned OFF when connecting the drum module
with external devices.
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HINT:
The module will automatically turn off if there aren’t any
operations for about 30 minutes except during playing
song or metronome, record, MIDI in via USB port from
computer and strike pads. Please press [UTILITY] button
repeatedly and enter “POW” menu for the setting.
PERFORMING
SELECTING A DRUM KIT
After powering up, the digital drum will be in KIT menu (KIT indicator
ON). The display should look like this:
1. Use the [ - ] and [ + ] buttons to select the active kit. There are 45 kits in the
digital drum:
• 45 preset kits (Kits 01-45)
• 25 user kits (Kits 46-70), the parameter display area will display as
“U46-U70” with an additional letter “U”.
2. Pressing the Pad Select buttons allows you to preview the current kit (fixed
velocity).
3. Hit the pads to play the current kit.
PLAYING THE PADS
Similar to an acoustic drum kit, the digital drum responds differently to various playing techniques and dynamics. All the pads are velocity sensitive. And
some voices change timbre depending on the striking force.
DRUM PAD HEAD OR RIM SHOT
The digital drum pad detects head and rim shots (rim shots trigger the rim
voice).
CYMBAL TRIGGER AREAS
The digital drum crash cymbals detect Bow and Edge triggering. Both crash
cymbals detect cymbal edge choke as well. Choking the crash edge with the
hand immediately after striking the crash will mute the crash sound. The ride
cymbal detects Bow triggering and bell triggering. The edge is not active
and does not have the choke function. The Hi-hat detects bow triggering but
does not have a choke function.
HI-HAT:
The Hi-Hat sound varies depending on the position of the Hi-Hat pedal:
OPEN HI-HAT: Strike the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the pedal.
HALF-OPEN HI-HAT: Strike the Hi-Hat pad with the pedal pressed
halfway down.
CLOSED HI-HAT: Strike the Hi-Hat pad with the pedal pressed
completely down.
PEDAL CLOSE: Press the pedal completely down without striking the pad.
SPLASH:
Press the pedal completely down and release it
immediately.
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HEAD
HEAD
RIM
PERFORMING
ADJUSTING THE SENSITIVITY OF A PAD
You may wish to adjust the sensitivity of the pads according to your playing
style and desired dynamic range.
1. Press the [UTILITY] button
The UTILITY indicator appears.
2. Strike a pad or press a pad select button to select the one whose sensitivity is to be adjusted. The PAD indicator shows the current selected pad.
3. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust the sensitivity.
4. Press the [SAVE] button to save the current setting.
For details on pad adjustments, refer to Advanced Use.
USING THE METRONOME/CLICK FEATURE
You can switch the click sound on and off by pressing [CLICK] button. When the
click plays at the current Time Signature and Tempo (displayed in the top left
corner of the LCD), the beat indicators will swing accordingly. You can set the
time signature and interval, adjust the click volume and select the click sound
in the CLICK menu.
1. Press the [CLICK] button.
Start the metronome with click sound.
2. Press the [PAGE] button to select the click menu pages and press the [ - ] or
[+ ] button to adjust the parameters.
3. Press the [CLICK] button again.
Stop the metronome and exit the click menu.
ADJUSTING THE TEMPO
You can adjust the tempo of the Metronome, the current song, and the current
learning pattern. The current tempo always displays in the top left corner of
the LCD.
1. Press the [TEMPO] button.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Adjust the current tempo.
3. Press both [ - ] and [ + ] buttons at the same time, reset the current tempo to its default value.
NOTE:
If there’s no operation, it will return to the previous menu page automatically
after 3 seconds.
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EDITING AND SAVING A DRUM KIT
IN KIT MENU, YOU CAN MODIFY THE PARAMETERS AS YOU LIKE AND SAVE TO THE SELECTED USER KIT.
ADJUSTING VOLUME OF A DRUM KIT
1. Press the [KIT] or [PAGE] button.
Select the Kit Volume page.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ +] button.
Adjust the kit volume.
SWITCHING REVERB ON/OFF AND SETTING EQ
1. Press the [KIT] or [PAGE] button.
Select the Global Reverb page and EQ pages.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Switch Reverb ON or OFF.
Set the gain of three-band EQ (high, middle, low)
SELECTING THE DRUM INSTRUMENT OF THE PAD
1. Press the [VOICE] button.
Select the Pad Voice page.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ +] button.
Select the drum instrument of the selected pad. Please refer to Drum Instrument List.
ADJUSTING VOLUME, PAN AND PITCH OF PAD
1. Press the [VOICE] or [PAGE] button.
Select the Pad Volume, Pad Pan, and Pad Pitch pages.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ +] button.
Adjust the corresponding parameter.
SETTING PADS TO PLAY SONGS
1. Press the [VOICE] or [PAGE] button.
Select the Pad Song and Song Number pages.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Switch the Pad Song function ON or OFF. Select the Song that begins playing
when the following pad is struck.
SAVING THE EDITED KIT
1. Press the [SAVE] button.
The number of user kit will be flashed.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ +] button.
Select a user kit to save your settings. (No. 46-70)
HINT:
3. Press the [SAVE] button again.
Save the setting to the selected user kit.
If the edited kit isn’t saved before selecting another kit,
powering down the digital drum, the changes will be
lost.
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PLAYING ALONG WITH SONGS
SELECTING AND PLAYING BACK A SONG
1. Press the [SONG] button.
Switch to the SONG menu.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Select the active song. The digital drum has many kinds of songs. Please
refer to Song list.
3. Press the [START/STOP] button.
Start or stop playing back this selected song. When playing back this song,
the PAD indicator will display which pads are being played by drum track.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME OF THE ACCOMPANIMENT AND DRUM
In SONG menu, you can adjust the volume of drum or accompaniment track.
1. Press the [SONG] or [PAGE] button.
Select the ACC Volume or Drum Volume page.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Adjust the corresponding volume.
MUTING THE DRUMS IN SONGS
If you want to mute the drum track of the song, please press the [DRUM OFF] button.
The [DRUM OFF] LED will turn on.
USING THE PADS TO PLAY SONGS
This function is available only with electric drum. When you strike the pads that
have been set to Pad Song function, they will start the performance of the songs.
If you don’t know how to set this function, please return to previous page and
review the part “Setting the Pads to Play Songs”.
For Example:
Kick: You can play the bass-line (Tap group, refer to Song List) note by note with
you kick drum.
Crash: The chords (Hit group, refer to Song List) progress when you strike the pad.
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HINT:
The sounds in the Tap song are played back one by
one when you pressing the [START/STOP] button or
hitting the “pad song” pad.
RECORDING YOUR PERFORMANCE
IN RECORD MENU, YOU CAN RECORD PAD PERFORMANCES AND THE SONG AS ACCOMPANIMENT.
RECORDING YOUR PERFORMANCE QUICKLY
1. Press the [RECORD] button.
The [RECORD] LED will flash. The Metronome will be turned on automatically.
The display will show:
2. Press the [START/STOP] button or strike the pad. Recording will start. The
[RECORD] LED will turn on.
3. Press the [START/STOP] button again, or press the [RECORD] button.
Stop recording, the [RECORD] LED will turn off. Your performance has been
recorded.
PLAYING BACK YOUR RECORDED PEFORMANCE
1. Press the [PLAY] button.
Play back your recording.
The display will show:
2. Press the [PLAY] button again.
Stop playing back your performance.
If you are not satisfied with your recording, please press the [RECORD] button to
restart the recording progress.
MAKING THE SETTINGS FOR RECORDING
You can make the settings for recording on Record Standby.
1. Press the [PAGE] button.
Select the Record Setting pages.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Adjust the parameters about recording.
For details on record setting, refer to Advanced Use.
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PRACTICING WITH PATTERNS
There are three types of patterns in LEARNING mode.
Beat:
Snare Practice
Rhythm: Drum Practice
Pattern: Drum Practice with accompaniment
SELLECTING A PATTERN AND PRACTICING WITH IT
When you are in NORMAL mode, please press and hold the [PAGE/SELECT] button for 1 second. The LED of LEARNING mode will turn on. The display will show:
1. Press the [BEAT] button.
Select the Beat Choosing page.
2. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button.
Select the beat which you want to practice.
3. Press the [PRACTICE] button.
Start or stop playing the pattern with your practice. The PAD indicators will
display which pads are being played by drum track.
If you want to select the Rhythm or Pattern, please follow the steps described
above.
SCORING YOUR PRACTICE
If you want to check your progress, please press the [START/STOP] button. The
display will show:
A measure count-in will be inserted before playing back the pattern so that you
can practice in good time. Your practice will be recorded automatically. When
finished playing back the pattern, the digital drum will score your practice automatically.
The display will show the score.
If you are not satisfied with your score, please press the [START/STOP] button and
try again.
PLAYING BACK YOUR RECORD PRACTICE
1. Press and hold the [PLAY/PRACTICE] button for 2 seconds.
The display will show:
You can listen to your recorded practice.
2. Press the [PLAY/PRACTICE] button again.
Stop playing back the recorded practice.
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CREATING YOUR OWN DRUM KIT
ABOUT THE DRUM KITS
In KIT menu, you can select drum kits to play from the pads, and you can edit
voices and their associated parameters, such as Pitch, Reverb Level, Volume,
Pan, MIDI Note, etc.
There are 70 kits in the digital drum:
• 45 preset kits (Kits 01 -45)
• 25 user kits (Kits U46-U70)
In addition, there are 11 General MIDI preset kits for MIDl/USB applications,
and for MIDI file playback. Please refer to GM Drum Kit List. Each drum kit
contains settings for up to 19 voices, assigned to the 10 pad inputs and 1 pedal
controller:
SELECTING A DRUM KIT
If the digital drum is not yet in KIT menu, press the [KIT] button to enter it. The
KIT indicator will light up, and the LCD will display the current kit number.
Press the [ - ] or [ + ] buttons to select a kit. When holding down [ +], values
increase rapidly. When holding down [ - ], values decrease rapidly.
OVERALL DRUM KIT SETTING
In KIT menu, you can set the overall kit parameters.
1. Press the [PAGE] or [KIT] button, select Kit volume page.
The parameter adjusts the overall kit volume(0-32).
2. Press the [PAGE] or [KIT] button, select Reverb Switch
page. The parameter toggles the global reverb Switch ON/OFF.
3. Press the [PAGE] or [KIT] button, select EQ gain page.
These parameters adjust the three bands of Master EQ(-12dB-12dB).
SELECTING THE PAD TO EDIT
The current pad to be edited can be selected either by pressing its Pad Select button, or by striking the pad itself. The PAD indicator will light up to show which pad is
currently selected. If the rim of a pad is selected, both the PAD indicator and the
RIM indicator will turn on.
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CREATING YOUR OWN DRUM KIT
ABOUT THE INSTRUMENTS
The digital drum features over 500 different drum instruments which are categorized into 9 separate groups, such as Acoustic
Kick, Electric Kick, Acoustic Snare, Electric Snare, Percussion. You can individually adjust the volume, pan, pitch, reverb settings for
instruments set to the pad.
SELECTING INSTRUMENTS
If the digital drum is not yet in VOICE menu , press the [VOICE] button to enter
it. The VOICE indicator will light up, and the LCD will display the current voice
number.
1. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] buttons to change a pad’s Individual voice (001-527).
2. If the selected pad is Hi-Hat, an additional option is available: Hi-Hat Combination (001-023).
DRUM INSTRUMENT SETTING
1. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad Volume page. The parameter adjusts the volume of the pad.
2. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad Pan page. The parameter
adjusts the pan of the pad.
3. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad Pitch page. The parameter
adjusts the pitch of the pad.
4. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad Reverb page. The parameter adjusts the reverb level of the pad.
SETTINGS FOR OTHER FUNCTIONS
1. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad MIDI Note page. The parameter sets MIDI Note Number for each pad.
2. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad Song pages. The parameters
sets pad song function ON and choose the song numbers.
Press the [ - ] or [ + ] buttons to adjust the parameters.
SAVING TO A USER DRUM KIT
After changing any kit parameter, please press the [SAVE] button to save the
current settings to the user kit (No. 46-70) . The number of user kit will be
flashed. Press the [SAVE] button to save to user kit and return to Kit Select page.
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HINT:
While editing Voice Number, Pitch, Pan, Volume,
and Reverb, you can also preview the result of the
current settings by pressing the Pad Select button
to play the edited voice.
MAKING THE SETTING FOR PADS
ABOUT SETTING OF PADS
If the digital drum is not yet in UTILITY menu, press the [UTILITY] button to enter it.
The UTILITY indicator will light up. You can use the [ - ] or [ + ] buttons to adjust
parameters (as shown to the right ) for each pad as well as the rim sensitivity of the
pad and the splash sensitivity of the Hi-Hat control pedal.
The current pad to be edited can be selected either by pressing its Pad Select button, or by striking the pad itself. The PAD indicator will light up to show which pad
is currently selected. If the rim of a pad is selected, both the PAD indicator and the
RIM indicator will turn on.
Sensitivity: Adjust the sensitivity of the pad to regulate the pad response. Higher
settings result in higher sensitivity, so that the pad will produce a loud volume
even when struck softly. You can also adjust the sensitivity of the splash in SPLASH
SENSITIVITY.
Threshold: This setting allows a trigger signal to be received only when the pad is
struck harder than a specified force. This can be used to prevent a pad from sounding in response to extraneous vibrations from another pad.
Crosstalk: When two pads are mounted on the same stand, the vibration produced by hitting one pad may trigger the sound from another pad unintentionally
(This is called crosstalk). You can avoid this problem by adjusting Crosstalk Cancel
on the pad that is sounding inadvertently. If the value is set too high, then when
two pads are played simultaneously, the one that is struck less forcefully will not
sound. So be careful and set this parameter to the minimum value required to
prevent such crosstalk. With a setting of 0 , crosstalk prevention does not function.
Curve: This setting allows you to control the relation between the velocity (striking force) and changes in volume (the dynamic curve). Adjust this curve until the
response feels as natural as possible.
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MAKING THE SETTING FOR PADS
ADJUSTING THE PAD SENSITIVITY
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Pad Sensitivity page. The
display will show:
Changes how a pad responds to your playing. At higher sensitivities, the pad
will generate a louder signal, even when you play softly. At lower sensitivities,
the pad will generate a quieter signal, even if you play strongly. Adjust according to your playing style and desired dynamic range.
SETTING THE PAD THRESHOLD
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Pad Threshold page. The
display will show:
Changes how forcefully you must strike the pad to generate a trigger signal.
Setting a high threshold requires hitting the pad very hard to get a sound.
This can help cut out transient responses, such as vibrations from the kit or
accidental pad taps that you don’t intend to generate sounds. Setting a low
threshold means even light touches will produce sound. Adjust according to
environment and playing style.
ELIMINATING CROSSTALK BETWEEN PADS
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Pad Crosstalk page. The
display will show:
When two pads are mounted close to each other, hitting one pad may
trigger the sound from another pad unintentionally. This effect can be
eliminated by setting this parameter to a higher value on the pad that is
triggered unintentionally.
HINT:
If the value is set too high, then when two pads are
played simultaneously, the one that is struck less forcefully will not sound. So be careful and set this parameter
to the minimum value required to prevent such crosstalk.
SELECTING THE PAD CURVE
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Pad Curve page. The display
will show:
Curve refers to how the trigger signal’s dynamic response relates to your
pad hit.
Curve1: The standard setting, this produces the most natural correspondence between playing dynamics and volume change.
Curve2, 3: Compared to Curve1, strong dynamics produce a greater
change.
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MAKING THE SETTING FOR PADS
Curve4, 5: Compared to Curve1, a soft playing produces a greater change.
Curve6: Very little dynamic response, making it easy to maintain strong volume levels. If using drum triggers, these settings help maintain stable levels
SETTING RIM SENSITIVITY ON PADS
You can only set rim sensitivity on Snare, Tom1, Tom2, Tom3, Tom4. If you select
the other pads, this page will not appear.
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Pad Rim Sensitivity page. The
display will show:
Same as the basic sensitivity feature, except that it relates specifically to playing
the rim.
NOTE: This parameter can be adjusted only on SNARE, TOM1, TOM2, TOM3, TOM4. If you select the other pads on this page, a
horizontal line “---” appears, and you can’t make the setting.
AUTO POWER OFF
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button to select the Auto Power Off setup page.
The LCD will display
030 and 060:
If there aren’t any operations for about 30 or 60 minutes except during playing
song, metronome, record, or MIDI in via USB port from computer and strike pads,
the module will turn the power off automatically.
“OFF”: Switch off the auto power off function.
ADJUSTING HI-HAT PEDAL SPLASH SENSITIVITY
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Pedal Splash
Sensitivity page. The display will show:
This Setting controls the sensitivity of the foot splash.
SAVING SETTINGS OF PADS
After adjusting the trigger settings (sensitivity, Threshold, crosstalk, curve,
rim sensitivity, splash sensitivity), you can save them into memory. In UTILITY
menu, press the [SAVE] button to store all pad settings.
NOTE: If you turn off the power without saving, you will lose the trigger setting
changes you have just made.
These parameters affect all kits.
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SETTING THE METRONOME
ABOUT CLICK
The digital drum is equipped with a built-in metronome, which can be used by
itself as a rhythm guide for practice, or in conjunction with the song playback or
record functions. If the digital drum is not yet in CLICK menu, press the [CLICIK]
button to enter it. In CLICK menu, you can use the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust
the parameters(as shown to the right).
SWITCHING THE CLICK ON/OFF
1. Press the [CLICK] button to start the metronome. The CLICK LED will blink
accordingly. The metronome will play at the current Time signature and
tempo (displayed in the left right corner of the LCD)
2. Press the [CLICK] button again to stop the metronome. The CLICK indicator will turn off.
ADJUSTING THE CLICK TEMPO
Press the [TEMPO] button, and use the [ - ] and [ + ] buttons to adjust the
current click tempo. The current tempo always displays in the top left corner of
the LCD.
SETTING THE TIME SIGNATURE
Press the [PAGE] button, select Click Time signature page. The display will
show:
When the parameter is set to “0”, such as 0-2,0-4,0-8,0-16, no accent is added to
the first beat.
SETTING THE INTERVAL
Press the [PAGE] button, select Click Interval page. The display will show:
This parameter sets how the sound plays.
ADJUSTING THE CLICK VOLUME
Press the [PAGE] button, select Click Volume page. The display will show:
This parameter adjust the volume of the click sound.
SELECTING THE CLICK SOUND
Press the [PAGE] button, select Click Voice page. The display will show:
This parameter choose the sound for the click.
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PLAYING BACK SONGS
ABOUT SONGS
There are 100 preset songs in the digital drum:
• 70 Looped Patterns
• 10 Looped Percussion Patterns
• 5 Hit Songs
• 15 Tap Songs
HINT:
Please refer to Song List. In SONG menu, you can select the song number and
adjust the volume of the song’s accompaniment and drum part.
The sounds in the tap song are played back one by one
in sequence each time [START) is pressed or hitting
the pad which is functioned as “pad song”.
SELECTING A SONG
If the digital drum is not yet in SONG menu, press the [SONG] button to enter
it. The SONG indicator will light up, and the LCD will Display the current song
number.
Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to select a song. When holding down [+],the song
number increase rapidly. When holding down [ - ], it decrease rapidly.
If the song number is switched while playing, the
new song won’t start until the end of the current bar.
PLAYING BACK A SONG
Press the [START/STOP] button to start song playback. The LCD will display the
current playing beat. Press the [START/STOP] button again, stop the song during
playback.
During song playback in SONG menu, the PAD indicators will show which pads
of the drum track is triggering. This function can be disabled or enabled by
pressing the [KICK] button while in SONG menu.
ADJUSTING THE ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME
Press the [PAGE] or [SONG] button, select Song Accompaniment volume page.
The display will show:
Use the [ -1 or [+]to adjust it. It will be restore to default value on the next power
on.
ADJUSTING THE DRUM VOLUME
Press the [PAGE] or [SONG] button, select Song Drum volume page. The display
will show:
Use the [ -1 or [+]to adjust it. It will be restore to default value on the next power
on.
MUTING THE DRUMS IN SONGS
Press the [DRUM OFF] button to enable and disenable the drum mute function. When DRUM OFF is
enabled, the LED will turn on.
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RECORDING A SONG
ABOUT RECORDING
In NORMAL mode, the digital drum allows you to quickly record your performance as you play the pads. There are two ways to start recording a new song:
Press the [START/STOP] button - Hit any pad
On Recording Standby, you can use the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust the parameters(as shown to the right).
RECORDING PAD PERFORMANCES
1. Press the [RECORD] button, enter recording standby.
The [RECORD] LED will flash.
2. Press the [START/STOP] button or strike the pad.
Recording will start. The RECORD LED will turn on. After Count-in, the
display will show: Now you will record your performance.
3. Press the [START/STOP] button again, or press the [RECORD] button.
Stop recording, the [RECORD] LED will turn off.
RECORDING PERFORMANCES ACCOMPANIED WITH A SONG
If you want to record your performance accompanied with a song, first set the
parameters (Song Number and Drum off) before start to record. The display
will be as shown to the right:
For details on setting, refer to Recording Standby. Recording operations are
as mentioned above.
PLAYING BACK YOUR RECORDED PERFORMANCE
1. Press the [PLAY] button. Play back your recording. The display will show:
2. Press the [PLAY] button again. Stop playing back your performance.
RECORDING STANDBY
Use the [PAGE] button to scroll through the various record parameters and the [ - ] or [ + ]
button to adjust the value.
Page1: Setting the song accompanied or not
Page2: Selecting the drum kit that you want to record.
Page3: Setting the recording tempo
Page4: Setting the time signature
Page5: Setting the interval
Page6: Setting the drums in songs muted or not
Page7: : Setting a measure count-in inserted or not before recording.
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PRACTICING IN LEARNING MODE
ABOUT LEARNING MODE
The LEARNING mode is a unique set of exercises specifically designed to help build speed, accuracy and stamina, as well as develop better drum skills. There are 42 practices in the digital drum:
• 20 Beats (Only Snare)
• 12 Rhythms (Only Drum, from Level 1-Level 6)
• 10 Patterns (from Level 1-Level 5)
You can select appropriate patterns to practice depending on your present skills. There are 3 states in Learning mode:
• Follow me: Practice with the selected pattern
• Score: Record and score your practice
• Playback: Play back your recorded practice
If the digital drum is not yet in LEARNING mode, press and hold the [PAGE/SELECT] button for 1
second. The LED of LEARNING mode will turn on.
The display will show:
In this Learning Mode, after you press the [PRACTICE] or [START/STOP] to start practicng, your
hitting accuracy will always be indicated in the middle of the display according to the current
pattern.
DRAGGING:
PERFECT:
PRACTICING WITH BEATS
1. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to select the beat.
2. Press the [PRACTICE] button to listen to the beat and follow it. Press it
again to stop the beat.
3. Press the [BEAT] or [PAGE] button to select the Beat Drum volume page.
Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust the drum volume of the beat.
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RUSHING:
PRACTICING IN LEARNING MODE
PRACTICING RHYTHMS
If the digital drum is not yet in RHYTHM menu, press the [RHYTHM] button to
enter it. You can adjust the parameters (as shown to the right).
1. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to select the rhythm.
2. Press the [PRACTICE] button to listen to the rhythm and follow it. Press it
again to stop the rhythm.
3. Press the [RHYTHM] or [PAGE] button to select the Rhythm Level page.
Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to select the level of the rhythm.
4. Press the [RHYTHM] or [PAGE] button to select the Rhythm Drum Volume
page. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust the drum volume of the rhythm.
PRACTICING WITH PATTERNS
If the digital drum is not yet in Pattern menu, press the [PATTERN] button to
enter it. You can adjust the parameters (as shown to the right).
1. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to select the pattern.
2. Press the [PRACTICE] button to listen to the pattern and follow it. Press it
again to stop the pattern.
3. Press the [PATTERN] or [PAGE] button to select the Pattern Level page.
Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to select the level of the pattern.
4. Press the [PATTERN] or [PAGE] button to select the Pattern Accompany
Volume page. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust the accompaniment
volume of the pattern.
5. Press the [PATTERN] or [PAGE] button to select the Pattern Drum Volume
page. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button to adjust the drum volume of the pattern.
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PRACTICING IN LEARNING MODE
RECORDING AND SCORING YOUR PRACTICE
1. Press the [START/STOP] button, you can enter the score State. A measure
count-in will be inserted before playing Back the pattern so that you can practice in good time. When playing back the pattern, your performance will be
Recorded automatically. When finished playback, the digital Drum will score
your practice automatically.
The display will show the score for 3 seconds.
2. Press the [START/STOP] button again to stop playing back The pattern and
recording your practice during the playback
PLAYING BACK YOUR RECORDED PRACTICE
1. Press and hold the [PLAY/PRACTICE] button for 2 seconds, you can enter the
playback state.
The display will show:
You will listen to your recorded practice.
2. Press the [PLAY/PRACTICE] button again.
Stop playing back the recorded practice.
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MAKING SETTINGS FOR MIDI
ABOUT MIDI
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a standard that allows performance data and other information to be exchanged
among electronic musical instruments and computers. With a MIDI cable connecting MIDI connectors equipped device, you can play
multiple instruments with a single keyboard, have multiple instruments perform in ensemble, program the settings to change kits
automatically to match the performance as the song progress, and more.
MIDI CONNECTION
MIDI IN: This terminal receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device.
MIDI OUT: This terminal transmits data from the digital drum to other
MIDI devices.
USB CONNECTION
The USB connector allows you to connect the digital drum directly to your computer. It can be connected without installing a driver
in Windows XP/Vista/Win7 or MAC OSX environments (32bit only). The digital drum will be recognized as a “USB Audio device” to
receive and transmit MIDI messages through a single USB cable. The USB port is used only for MIDI messages (MIDI via USB)
NOTE: This device is USB 2.0 compatable and may not be properly recognized in PC’s using USB 3.0. - In that case, use the Midi Out
Port to the Midi In Port of the audio interface device, to transmit the Midi information from the module. When the USB port is connected to a computer, all MIDI messages will be received and transmitted via USB.
MAKING THE MIDI SETTINGS
If the digital drum is not yet in UTILITY menu, press The [UTILITY] button to
enter it. Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select Local mode pages. The
display will show:
Press the [ - ] or [+] button, set local mode to ON or OFF.
LOCAL MODE
Local OFF: The pads and internal sequencer are disconnected from the digital drum’s internal sound generator. Striking the pads does not cause sound
to be produced by the internal sound generator.
Local ON: The pads and internal sequencer are connected to the digital
drum’s internal sound generator. Sounds are produced by the internal sound
generator when the pads are struck.
GM MODE
Press the [PAGE] or [UTILITY] button, select GM mode pages. The display will
show:
Press the [ - ] or [+] button, set GM mode to ON or OFF.
Refer to: Using the Digital Drum as a Sound Module.
SYNC MODE
Press the [START/STOP] button to start or stop songs playback, the digital
drum will transmit the MIDI system real-time Message: FA or FC.
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MAKING SETTINGS FOR MIDI
CONNECTING WITH AN EXTERNAL SOUND DEVICE
The digital drum transmission channel for the drum kit is fixed to Channel 10. It will output MIDI data generated by the triggers when
hitting the pads or stepping on the Hi-Hat control pedal (Note ON/OFF, and Foot messages). Song playback data and metronome notes
are not transmitted.
Recording Your Performance to an External Sequencer
1. Connect the MIDI OUT of the digital drum to the MIDI IN of your sequencer, and the MIDI OUT of your sequencer to the MIDI IN of
the digital drum. If you are using a software sequencer on a computer, you can simply connect the USB port of the digital drum to a
USB 2.0 port of your computer using a single USB A-B cable.
2. Setup the active track of your sequencer on Channel 10. Activate RECORD on your sequencer.
3. Play the pads of your digital drum.
4. Stop recording. Locate your sequencer to the start of your recording.
5. Playback the recorded sequencer.
Setting MIDI Note Number to be Transmitted/Received by Each Pad
Each drum kit can have it’s own set of MIDI note to be transmitted/received by each pad, useful for advanced purpose. Normally, you’ll
never need to change them, but if you want to change, please follow these step:
1. Press the [VOICE] button in NORMAL mode, enter the VOICE menu.
2. Press the [PAGE] or [VOICE] button, select Pad MIDI Note page.
3. Press the [ - ] or [ + ] button, change the MIDI Note Number for each pad. Hit the pad you wish to set or press the related Pad Select
button.
4. Press the [SAVE] button twice to save to user kit.
USING THE DIGITAL DRUM AS A SOUND MODULE
Connecting an external keyboard or sequencer to the MIDI Input allows you to use the digital drum as a multi-part, polyphonic sound
module to play various instrument parts in addition to your drums (for instance, Piano on Channel 1, Bass on Channel 2, Strings on
Channel 3, etc). The voices on each MIDI channel are selected using MIDI Program Change messages (refer to: GM Backing Instrument
List).
The MIDI system in the digital drum has 16 reception channels numbered from 1-16. Each of the channels is responsible for a voice.
When the instrument receives MIDI information from an external device, the active channel is determined by the control message.
Channel 10 is reserved for Drums. The digital drum has two options for Channel 10: GM ON or OFF, as selected in MIDI UTILITY menu.
• When GM Mode is ON,Channel 10 will play the GM percussion kits.
• When GM Mode is OFF, Channel 10 will play the digital drum internal kits.
NOTE:
For more information on received MIDI messages, refer to MIDI implementation chart.
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PROMPT MESSAGES
DISPLAY
MEANING
ACTION
Resetting the digital drum has FAILED.
Please call your dealer
for evaluation.
There is NO DATA in the
digital drum’s memory.
Please record your performance,
and then play it.
The internal memory is full.
You can NOT record any data.
If you want to record another
song, please restart recording
and replace it.
You did NOT record your practice
in the Learning mode.
Please press the [START/STOP]
button to score your practice, and
then play back your practice.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
No Sound
No Sound from Pads
No Click Sound
Sound is Distorted
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
1) Rotate the [VOLUME] knob to be sure that the volume isn’t down.
2) Be sure that Local Mode should be set to “ON”.
1) Be sure that the pad is connected correctly.
2) Be sure not set the volume of the pad is not set to 0.
1) To be sure not set the volume of the click is not set to 0.
1) Turn down the volume.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Polyphony
64
Connectors
9 Trigger Input Jack, Phone Jack (1/8”, stereo)
Aux In Jack (1/8”, stereo), 2 External Trigger
Input Jack (1/4”, Tom4, Crash2), Output
(1/4”, L/Mono, R), USB 2.0 , MIDI IN, MIDI OUT
Drum kits
Drum Kits: 70 (45 preset kits+ 25 user kits)
General MIDI Kits: 11 GM Kits
Control Buttons
Power on/off switch, Volume, Start/Stop, Save,
Song, Kit, Voice, Page/Select, INC/DEC, Click,
Drum off, Record, Tempo, Utility, Play/Practice
Instruments
Drum Instruments: 527
(Drums, Percussion, SFX)
23 Hi-Hat Combos
Pad Select Buttons
12 Pad Select Buttons
Effect
Reverb, 3 Band Equalizer
Kit Configuration
Snare: 11" Dual Zone Pad
Toms 1-2: 9" Dual Zone Pads
Toms 3-4: 11" Dual Zone Pads
Crash 1-2: 12" Dual Zone Cymbals with Choke
Ride: 14" Dual Zone on Bow & Bell - No Choke
Hi-Hat: 12" Single Zone Cymbal - No Choke
Bass Drum: 9" Single Zone Pad
Power Supply
DC9V
Sequencer
Normal: Song 100
Learning: Beat 20, Rhythm 12, Pattern 10
Resolution: 120 ticks per quarter note
Recording Method: Real-time
Maximum Note Storage: approx. 1100 Notes
Tempo
30-280
Display
Backlit Segment LCD
Dimensions and Weight
• 190(W) X 140(H) X 120(D) mm
• 0.5 kg
*All specifications and appearances are subject to change without notice.
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DRUM KIT LIST
NUMBER
PRESET KIT
1
Studio 1
2
Tight Funk
3
Zep Kit
4
Studio 2
5
Pedal Dance
6
Tight Ska
7
New Country
8
Hip Hop 2
9
Big Ballad
10 New Funk 1
11 Pedal Rock
12 DrumNBass 2
13 Jazz
14
70’s Rock
15 Pedal Metal
16 Standard 1
17
Pop Country
18
Standard 2
19
Funk 1
20 Funk 2
21 Fusion 1
22 Power Rock
23 Jazz Brush
24 Rock
25 Pop Rock
26 Fusion 2
27Vintage
28 Latin Rock
29 Arena Rock
30 Banda
31 Ballad Rock
32 Disco
33 Prog Rock
34 Mambo
35 Songo
36 Beat Box 1
37 Hip Hop 1
38 Electro House
39 Break Beat
40 DubStep 1
41 Rap 1
42 Old Skool
43 Beat Box 2
44 DubStep 2
45 DrumNBass
NUMBER
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DEFAULT KIT LIST
46 Studio 1
47 Tight Funk
48 Zep Kit
49 Studio 2
50 Pedal Dance
51 Tight Ska
52 New Country
53 Hip Hop 2
54 Big Ballad
55 New Funk 1
56 Pedal Rock
57 DrumNBass 2
58 Jazz
59 70’s Rock
60 Pedal Metal
61
Standard 1
62
Pop Country
63
Standard 2
64 Funk 1
65Funk2
66
Fusion 1
67 Power Rock
68 Jazz Brush
69
Rock
70 Pop Rock
DRUM INSTRUMENT LIST
#NAME
#NAME
#NAME
KICK
1 Funky Kick
2 Studio Kick
3 Zep Kick
4 Standard Kick 1
5 Standard Kick 2
6 Classic Kick 1
7 Classic Kick 2
8 Cameo Kick 1
9 Cameo Kick 2
10 Rock Kick 1
11 Rock Kick 2
12 Rock Kick 3
13 Room Kick 1
14 Room Kick 2
15 Jazz Kick 1
16 Jazz Kick 2
17 Big Band Kick 1
18 Big Band Kick 2
19 Funk Kick 1
20 Funk Kick 2
21 Funk Kick 3
22 HipHop Kick 1
23 HipHop Kick 2
24 HipHop Kick 3
25 HipHop Kick 4
26 1969 Kick
27 1971 Kick
28 1976 Kick
29 Power Kick
30 R&B Kick
31 Voice Kick
32 Acoustic Kick 1
33 Acoustic Kick 2
34 Acoustic Kick 3
35 Acoustic Kick 4
36 Orchestra Kick
37 Step Kick
38 Teckno Kick
39 Drum & Bass Kick
40 Junkyard Kick
41 Noise Kick
42 Industry Kick
43 Lowfi Kick
44 Disco Kick
45 808 Kick
46 909 Kick
47 House Kick 1
48 House Kick 2
49 Electronic Kick 1
50 Electronic Kick 2
51 52 53 54 55 56 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132
133 134 135
136 137 138 139 140 141 Cameo Snare
Cameo Snare Rim
Brush Snare 1
Brush Snare 1
Brush Snare Rim
Funk Snare
Funk Stick
Funk Band Snare
Funk Band Snare Rim
Funk Band Snare Stick
Fusion Snare
Fusion Snare Stick
Ringo Snare
Ringo Snare Rim
Snare Stick
Power Snare
HipHop Snare 1
HipHop Snare 2
1969 Snare
1969 Snare Rim
1971 Snare
1971 Snare Rim
1976 Snare
1976 Snare Rim
Step Snare
Step Snare Stick
House Snare 1
House Snare 2
House Snare 3
Teckno Snare 1
Teckno Snare 2
808 Snare
909 Snare
Drum & Bass Snare 1
Drum & Bass Snare 2
606 Snare
Electronic Snare 1
Electronic Snare 2
Electronic Snare 3
Electronic Snare 4
Electronic Snare 5
Noise Snare
TOM
142 143 144 145
146 14 7 148 Funky Rtom
Funky Rtom Rim
Funky Ftom
Funky Ftom Rim
Studio Rtom
Studio Rtom Rim
Studio Ftom
Electronic Kick 3
Electronic Kick 4
Electronic Kick 5
Electronic Kick 6
Electronic Kick 7
Electronic Kick 8
SNARE
57 Funky Snare
58 Funky Snare Rim
59 Funky Stick
60 Studio Snare
61 Studio Snare Rim
62 Studio Stick
63 Zep Snare
64 Zep Snare Rim
65 Zep Stick
66 Standard Snare 1
67 Standard Snare Rim 1
68 Standard Snare 2
69 Standard Snare Rim 2
70 Standard Snare 3
71 Standard Snare Rim 3
72 Standard Snare 4
73 Standard Snare Rim 4
74 R&B Snare
75 R&B Snare Stick
76 506 Snare
77 506 Snare Rim 1
78 506 Snare Rim 2
79 Classic Snare 1
80 Classic Snare Rim 1
81 Classic Snare 2
82 Classic Snare Rim 2
83 Acoustic Snare 1
84 Acoustic Snare Rim
85 Acoustic Snare 2
86 Rock Snare 1
87 Rock Snare Rim 1
88 Rock Snare 2
89 Room Snare 1
90 Room Snare 2
91 Room Snare 3
92 Steel Snare
93 Steel Snare Rim
94 Jazz Snare 1
95 Jazz Snare Rim 1
96 Jazz Snare 2
97 Jazz Snare Rim 2
98 Jazz Latin Snare
99 Big Band Snare
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NAME
#
Studio Ftom Rim
149
Zep RTom_
150
Zep Rtom Rim
151
Zep Ftom
152
Zep Ftom Rim
153
Classic Tom 1
154
Classic 1 Tom Rim 1
155
Classic Tom 2
156
Classic 1 Tom Rim 2
157
Classic Tom 3
158
Classic 1 Tom Rim 3
159
Classic Tom 4
160
Classic 1 Tom Rim 4
161
Classic Tom 5
162
Classic 1 Tom Rim 5
163
Classic Tom 6
164
Classic 1 Tom Rim 6
165
Acoustic Tom 1
166
167Acoustic Tom Rim 1
168Acoustic Tom 2
Acoustic Tom Rim 2
169
Acoustic Tom 3
170
Acoustic Tom Rim 3
171
Acoustic Tom 4
172
Acoustic Tom Rim 4
173
Acoustic Tom 5
174
Acoustic Tom Rim 5
175
Acoustic Tom 6
176
Acoustic Tom Rim 6
177
Standard Tom 1
178
Standard Tom Rim 1
179
Standard Tom 2
180
Standard Tom Rim 2
181
Standard Tom 3
182
Standard Tom Rim 3
183
Standard Tom 4
184
Standard Tom Rim 4
185
Standard Tom 5
186
Standard Tom Rim 5
187
Standard Tom 6
188
Standard Tom Rim 6
189
Cameo Tom 1
190
Cameo Tom 2
191
Cameo Tom 3
192
Cameo Tom 4
193
Cameo Tom 5
194
Cameo Tom 6
195
Rock Tom 1
196
Rock Tom 2
197
Rock Tom 3
198
Rock Tom 4
199
DRUM INSTRUMENT LIST
#NAME
#
NAME
#NAME
#
NAME
TOM (Continued)
200 Rock Tom 5
201 Rock Tom 6
202 Standard Tom 1
203 Standard Tom 2
204 Standard Tom 3
205 Standard Tom 4
206 Standard Tom
207 Standard Tom 6
208 Room Tom 1
209 Room Tom 2
210 Room Tom 3
211 Room Tom 4
212 Room Tom 5
213 Room Tom 6
214 Funk Tom 1
215 Funk Tom 2
216 Funk Tom 3
217 Funk Tom 4
218 Funk Tom 5
219 Funk Tom 6
220 Fusion Tom 1
221 Fusion Tom 2
222 Fusion Tom 3
223 Fusion Tom 4
224 Fusion Tom 5
225 Fusion Tom 6
226 1969 Tom 1
227 1969 Tom 2
228 1969 Tom 3
229 1969 Tom 4
230 1971 Tom 1
2311971Tom2
2321971Tom3
233 1971 Tom 4
234 1976 Tom 1
235 1976 Tom 2
236 1976 Tom 3
237 1976 Tom 4
238 HipHop Tom 1
239 HipHop Tom 2
240 HipHop Tom 3
241 HipHop Tom 4
242 HipHop Tom 5
243 HipHop Tom 6
244 Jazz Tom 1
245 Jazz Tom 2
246 Jazz Tom 3
247 Jazz Tom 4
248 Jazz Tom 5
24 Jazz Tom 6
250 Brush 1 Tom 1
251 Brush 1 Tom 2
252 Brush 1 Tom 3
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
Brush 1Tom4
Brush 1Tom5
Brush 1Tom6
Brush 2 Tom Rim 1
Brush 2 Tom 2
Brush 2 Tom Rim 2
Brush 2 Tom 3
Brush 2 Tom Rim 3
Brush 2 Tom 4
Brush 2 Tom Rim 4
Brush 2 Tom 5
Brush 2 Tom Rim 5
Brush 2 Tom 6
Brush 2 Tom Rim 6
Tom Rim 1
Tom Rim 2
Tom Rim 3
Tom Rim 4
Timpani 1
Timpani 2
Timpani 3
Timpani 4
Step Tom 1
Step Tom 2
Step Tom 3
Tom Rim
606 Tom 1
606 Tom 2
606 Tom 3
606 Tom 4
606 Tom 5
606 Tom 6
808 Tom 1
808 Tom 2
808 Tom 3
808 Tom 4
808 Tom 5
808 Tom 6
Noise Tom 1
Noise Tom 2
Noise Tom 3
Electronic Tom 1
Electronic Tom 2
Electronic Tom 3
Electronic Tom 4
Electronic Tom 5
Electronic Tom 6
909 Tom 1
909 Tom 2
909 Tom 3
909 Tom 4
Junkyard Tom 1
Junkyard Tom 2
Junkyard Tom 3
RIDE
307 Ride Bell 01
308 Ride Bow 01
309 Ride Bell 02
310 Ride Bow 02
311 Standard 20” Ride
312 Standard 21” Ride
313 Standard 22” Ride
314 Standard Ride Bell
315 Standard 22” Ride Rim
316 Junkyard Break
317 Junkyard Metal
318 Dry Ride Bell
319 Light Flat Ride
320 Classic Ride
321 Classic Ride Rim
322 Classic Ride Bell
323 Acoustic Ride
324 Acoustic Ride Rim
325 Acoustic Ride Bell
326 Standard 19” Ride
327 Vintage Ride
328 Teckno Ride 1
329 Teckno Ride 2
330 Jazz Ride Bell
331 Brush Ride
332 Brush Ride Rim
333 Brush Ride Bell
334 Rock Ride 1
335 Rock Ride 2
336 Clean Pop Ride
337 Ride Edge 1
338 Ride Edge 2
339 Mute Ride Bell
340 Clean Pop Ride Bell
341 Flat Ride
342 60’s Ride
343 808 Ride
344 Voice Hi-hat Pedal
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
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
Rock Crash 3
Rock Crash 4
Rock Splash
Splash
Brush Crash 1
Brush Crash 2
China 1
China 2
China 3
China 4
China 5
Orchestra Crash
Orchestra Hit 1
Orchestra Hit 2
HipHop Crash
Junkyard Cymbal 1
Junkyard Cymbal 2
Cymbal Effect 1
Cymbal Effect 2
Drum & Bass Crash 1
808 Crash 1
808 Crash 2
808 Crash 3
606 Crash
Electronic Crash
606 Hi-hat Open
Industrial Short
Industrial Long
Hi-hat Open
Standard Hi-hat Open 1
Standard Hi-hat Open 2
Classic Hi-hat Open
Pop Hi-hat Open
Rock Hi-hat Open 1
Rock Hi-hat Open 2
Jazz Hi-hat Open 1
Jazz Hi-hat Open 2
Brush Hi-hat Open
Mini Hi-hat Open
Junkyard Hi-hat Open
Noise Hi-hat Open
Electronic Hi-hat Open
808 Hi-hat Open 1
808 Hi-hat Open 2
909 Hi-hat Open
House Hi-hat Open
606 Hi-hat Open
Hi-hat Half Open
Standard Half Open
Pop Half Open 1
Pop Half Open 2
Rock Half Open
Classic Half Open Rim
Jazz Half Open 1
Jazz Half Open 2
CRASH
345 Crash 1
346 Crash 2
34 7 Classic Crash 1
348 Classic Crash Rim 1
349 Classic Crash 2
350 Classic Crash Rim 2
351 Classic Crash 3
352 Standard Crash 1
353 Standard Crash Rim 1
354 Standard Crash 2
355 Standard Crash 3
356 Standard Crash 4
357 Rock Crash 1
358 Rock Crash 2
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DRUM INSTRUMENT LIST
# NAME # NAME #
CRASH (Continued) PERCUSSION PERCUSSION (Continued)
463 Metronome Bell 464 Metronome Cl ick 465 Scratch 466 Scratch Push 467 DJ FX 468 High Q Zap 469 Ding Bell 470 Finger Snaps 471 Standard Clap 472 Tambourine 473 Agogo High 474 Agogo Low 475 Bell Tree 476 Bongo High
477 Bongo Low 478 Shaker 479 Conga Slap High 480 Conga Slap Mid 481 Conga Low 482 Open Conga 483 Conga Slap 484 Cowbell 485 Timbale High 486 Timbale Low 487 Timpani High 488 Timpani Low 489 Open Tabla High 490 Open Tabla Low 491 Slap Tabla 492 Mute Slap Tabla 493 Maracas 494 Short Whistle 495 Short Guiro 496 Long Guiro 497 Glaves 498 Wood Block 1 499 Wood Block 2
500 Muted Cuica
501 Open Cuica
502 Muted Triangle
503 Open Triangle
504 Open Surdo
505 Cowbell 1
506 Cowbell 2
507 Cowbell 3
508 Cowbell 4
509 Cowbell 5
510 Cowbell 6
511 DJ 1
512 DJ 2
513 DJ 3
514 515 516 517 518 519
520 521
522
523 524 525 526 527
414 Brush Half Open 415 Mini Half Open 416 Junkyard Half Open Rim 41 7 Hi-hat Close 418 Standard Hi-hat Close 1 419 Standard Hi-hat Close 2 420 Pop Hi-hat Close 1 421 Pop Hi-hat Close 2 422 Rock Hi-hat Close 1 423 Rock Hi-hat Close 2 424 Classic Hi-hat Close 425 Jazz Hi-hat Close 426 Brush Hi-hat Close 427 Mini Hi-hat Close 428 Junkyard Hi-hat Close 429 Noise Hi-hat Close 430 Electronic Hi-hat Close 431 808 Hi-hat Close 1 432 808 Hi-hat Close 2 433 909 Hi-hat Close 434 House Hi-hat Close 435 606 Hi-hat Close 436 Hi-hat Pedal 437 Standard Hi-hat Pedal 1 438 Standard Hi-hat Pedal 2 439 Classic Hi-hat Pedal 440 Pop Hi-hat Pedal 441 Rock Hi-hat Pedal 1 442 Rock Hi-hat Pedal 2 443 Jazz Hi-hat Pedal 1 444 Jazz Hi-hat Pedal 2 445 Brush Hi-hat Pedal 446 Mini Hi-hat Pedal 447 Junkyard Hi-hat Pedal 448 Noise Hi-hat Pedal
449 Electronic Hi-hat Pedal 450 808 Hi-hat Pedal 1 451 808 Hi-hat Pedal 2 452 House Hi-hat Pedal 453 606 Hi-hat Pedal 454 Standard Hi-hat Splash 455 Splash 1 456 Splash 2 457 Pop Splash 458 Rock Hi-hat Splash 459 Classic Splash 1 460 Classic Splash 2
461 Mini Splash 462 Mute
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NAME
DJ 4
DJ5
DJ 6
DJ7
DJ 8
DJ 9
DJ10
FX1
FX2
FX3
FX4
FX5
FX6
FX7
HI-HAT
528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542
543 544
545 546 547
548
549 550 Dynamic Hi-Hat
StandardA StandardB
PopA
PopB
RockA
RockB
Classic
JazzA
JazzB
Brush
Mini
Junk
Dirty
Electron
808A
808B
909
House
606
Double Pedal Dance
Double Pedal Metal
Double Pedal Rock
GM DRUM KIT LIST
NOTE NO. 27-D#1
28- E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-A#1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-D#2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-A#2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-D#3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-A#3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-D#4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-A#4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-D#5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-A#5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-D#6
STANDARD 1 (BANK 0 ) High Q
Slap
Scratch Push
Scratch Pull
Sticks
Square Click
Metronome Click
Metronome Bell
Acoustic Bass Drum
Standard 1 Bass Drum
Side Stick
Standard 1 Snare
Hand Clap
Standard 1 Snare Rim
Standard 1 Tom 6
Standard 1 Hi-hat Close
Standard 1 Tom 5
Standard 1 Hi-hat Pedal
Standard 1 Tom 4
Standard 1 Hi-hat Open
Standard 1 Tom 3
Standard 1 Tom 2
Standard 1 Crash 1
Standard 1 Tom 1
Standard 1 Ride
Chinese Cymbal 1
Ride Bell
Tambourine
Splash Cymbal
Standard 1 Cowbell
Standard 1 Crash 2
Vibra-slap
Ride Cymbal
Hi Bongo
Low Bongo
Mute Hi Conga
Open Hi Conga
Low Conga
High Timbale
Low Timbale
High Agogo
Low Agogo
Cabasa
Maracas
Short Whistle
Long Whistle
Short Guiro
Long Guiro
Claves
Hi Wood Block
Low Wood Block
Mute Cuica
Open Cuica
Mute Triangle
Open Triangle
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castanets
Mute Surdo
Open Surdo
STANDARD 2 (BANK 4 ) <<<<<<<<<Standard 2 Bass Drum
<Standard 2 Snare
<Standard 2 Snare Rim
Standard 2 Tom 6
Standard 2 Hi-hat Close
Standard 2 Tom 5
Standard 2 Hi-hat Pedal
Standard 2 Tom 4
Standard 2 Hi-hat Open
Standard 2 Tom 3
Standard 2 Tom 2
Standard 2 Crash 1
Standard 2 Tom 1
Standard 2 Ride
<<<<Standard 2 Cowbell
Standard 2 Crash 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
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ROOM (BANK 09 ) <<<<<<<<Room Bass Drum 1
Room Bass Drum 2
<Room Snare
<Room Snare Rim
Room Tom 6
Room Hi-hat Close
Room Tom 5
Room Hi-hat Pedal
Room Tom 4
Room Hi-hat Open
Room Tom 3
Room Tom 2
Room Crash 1
Room Tom 1
Room Ride
<Room Ride Bell
<Room Splash Cymbal
Room Cowbell
Room Crash 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
ROCK (BANK 16 )
<<<<<<<<Rock Bass Drum 1
Rock Bass Drum 2
<Rock Snare
<Rock Snare Rim
Rock Tom 6
Rock Hi-hat Close
Rock Tom 5
Rock Hi-hat Pedal
Rock Tom 4
Rock Hi-hat Open
Rock Tom 3
Rock Tom 2
Rock Crash 1
Rock Tom 1
Rock Ride
<Rock Ride Bell
<Rock Splash Cymbal
Rock Cowbell
Rock Crash 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
GM DRUM KIT LIST
NOTE NO.
27-D#1
28-E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-A#1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-D#2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-A#2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-D#3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-A#3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-D#4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-A#4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-D#5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-A#5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-D#6
FUNK (BANK 17 )
<<<<<<<<Funk Bass Drum 1
Funk Bass Drum 2
<Funk Snare
<Funk Snare Rim
Funk Tom 6
Funk Hi-hat Close
Funk Tom 5
Funk Hi-hat Pedal
Funk Tom 4
Funk Hi-hat Open
Funk Tom 3
Funk Tom 2
Funk Crash 1
Funk Tom 1
Funk Ride
<<<<<Funk Crash 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
ELECTRONIC (BANK 24 )
808 (BANK 25 )
<<<<<<<<808 Bass Drum 1
808 Bass Drum 2
<808 Snare
<808 Snare Rim
808 Tom 6
808 Hi-hat Close
808 Tom 5
808 Hi-hat Pedal
808 Tom 4
808 Hi-hat Open
808 Tom 3
808 Tom 2
808 Crash 1
808 Tom 1
<<<<<<808 Crash 2
<<<<808 Mute Hi Conga
808 Open Hi Conga
808 Low Conga
<<<<<808 Maracas
<<<<808 Claves
<<<<<<<<<<<<-
<<<<<<<<Electronic Bass Drum 1
Electronic Bass Drum 2
<Electronic Snare
<Electronic Snare Rim
Electronic Tom 6
Electronic Hi-hat Close
Electronic Tom 5
Electronic Hi-hat Pedal
Electronic Tom 4
Electronic Hi-hat Open
Electronic Tom 3
Electronic Tom 2
<Electronic Tom 1
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
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HOUSE (BANK 28 )
<<<<<<<<House Bass Drum 1
House Bass Drum 2
<House Snare
House Hand Clap
House Snare Rim
House Tom 6
House Hi-hat Close
House Tom 5
House Hi-hat Pedal
House Tom 4
House Hi-hat Open
House Tom 3
House Tom 2
<House Tom 1
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
GM DRUM KIT LIST
NOTE NO.
27-D#1
28-E1
29-F1
30-F#1
31-G1
32-G#1
33-A1
34-A#1
35-B1
36-C2
37-C#2
38-D2
39-D#2
40-E2
41-F2
42-F#2
43-G2
44-G#2
45-A2
46-A#2
47-B2
48-C3
49-C#3
50-D3
51-D#3
52-E3
53-F3
54-F#3
55-G3
56-G#3
57-A3
58-A#3
59-B3
60-C4
61-C#4
62-D4
63-D#4
64-E4
65-F4
66-F#4
67-G4
68-G#4
69-A4
70-A#4
71-B4
72-C5
73-C#5
74-D5
75-D#5
76-E5
77-F5
78-F#5
79-G5
80-G#5
81-A5
82-A#5
83-B5
84-C6
85-C#6
86-D6
87-D#6
JAZZ (BANK 32 )
<<<<<<<<Jazz Bass Drum 1
Jazz Bass Drum 2
<Jazz Snare
<Jazz Snare Rim
Jazz Tom 6
Jazz Hi-hat Close
Jazz Tom 5
Jazz Hi-hat Pedal
Jazz Tom 4
Jazz Hi-hat Open
Jazz Tom 3
Jazz Tom 2
<Jazz Tom 1
Jazz Ride
<<<<<Chinese Cymbal 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
BRUSH (BANK 40 )
<<<<<<<<Brush Bass Drum 1
Brush Bass Drum 2
<Brush Snare
<Brush Snare Rim
Brush Tom 6
<Brush Tom 5
<Brush Tom 4
<Brush Tom 3
Brush Tom 2
Brush Crash 1
Brush Tom 1
Brush Ride
<<<<<Brush Crash 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
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ORCHESTRA (BANK 48)
Concert Hi-hat Close
Concert Hi-hat Pedal
Concert Hi-hat Open
Concert Ride
<<<<Concert Bass Drum 1
Concert Bass Drum 2
<Concert Snare 1
Castanets
Concert Snare 2
Timpani F
Timpani F#
Timpani G
Timpani G#
Timpani A
Timpani A#
Timpani B
Timpani C
Timpani C#
Timpani D
Timpani D#
Timpani E
Timpani F
<<<Concert Crash 1
<Concert Crash 2
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<-
GM BACKING INSTRUMENT LIST
PIANO
1 Acoustic Grand Piano
2 Bright Acoustic Piano
3 Electric Grand Piano
4 Honky-Tonk Piano
5 E.Piano 1
6 E.Piano 2
7Harpsichord
8Clavinet
MALLET
9 Celesta
10 Glockenspiel
11 Music Box
12 Vibraphone
13 Marimba
14 Xylophone
15 Tubular Bells
16 Dulcimer
ORGAN
17 Drawbar Organ
18 Percussive Organ
19 Rock Organ
20 Church Organ
21 Reed Organ
22 Accordion
23 Harmonica
24 Tango Accordion
GUITAR
25 Nylon Guitar
26 Steel Guitar
27 Jazz Guitar
28 Clean Guitar
29 Muted Guitar
30 Overdriven Guitar
31 Distortion Guitar
32 Guitar Harmonics
BASS
33 Acoustic Bass
34 Finger Bass
35 Pick Bass
36 Fretless Bass
37 Slap Bass 1
38 Slap Bass 2
39 Synth Bass 1
40 Synth Bass 2
STRINGS
41 Violin
42 Viola
43 44 45 46 47 48 Cello
Contrabass
Tremolo Strings
Pizzicato Strings
Orchestral Harp
Timpani
STRINGS ENSEMBLE
49 Strings Ensemble 1
50 Strings Ensemble 2
51 Synth Strings 1
52 Synth Strings 2
53 Choir Aahs
54 Voice Oohs
55 Synth Voice
56 Orchestra Hit
BRASS
57 Trumpet
58 Trombone
59 Tuba
60 Muted Trumpet
61 French Horn
62 Brass Section
63 Synth Brass 1
64 Synth Brass 2
REED
65 Soprano Sax
66 Alto Sax
67 Tenor Sax
68 Baritone Sax
69 Oboe
70 English Horn
71 Bassoon
72 Clarinet
86 Lead6 (voice)
87 Lead7 (fifths)
88 Lead8 (bass & Lead)
PAD
89 Pad1 (newage)
90 Pad2 (warm)
91 Pad3 (Polysynth)
92 Pad4 (choir)
93 Pad5 (bowed)
94 Pad6 (metallic)
95 Pad7 (halo)
96 Pad8 (sweep)
EFFECTS
97 FX1 (rain)
98 FX2 (soundtrack)
99 FX3 (crystal)
100 FX4 (atmosphere)
101 FX5 (brightness)
102 FX6 (goblins)
103 FX7 (echoes)
104 FX8 (sci-fi)
ETHNIC
105 Sitar
106 Banjo
107 Shamisen
108 Koto
109 Kalimba
110 Bagpipe
111 Fiddle
112 Shanai
PERCUSSIVE
113 Tinkle Bell
114 Agogo
115 Steel Drums
116 Wood Block
117 Taiko Drum
118 Melodic Tom
119 Synth Drum
120 Reverse Cymbal
PIPE
73 Piccolo
74 Flute
75 Recorder
76 Pan Flute
77 Blown Bottle
78 Shakuhachi
79 Whistle
80 Ocarina
LEAD
81 Lead1 (square)
82 Lead2 (sawtooth)
83 Lead3 (calliope)
84 Lead4 (chiff)
85 Lead5 (charang
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SOUND EFFECTS
121 Guitar Fret Noise
122 Breath Noise
123 Seashore
124 Bird Tweet
125 Telephone Ring
126 Helicopter
127 Applause
128 Gunshot
SONG LIST
NO.
NAME
TYPE NO.
NAME
TYPE
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 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Pere Loop 1 Basic Rock Ska Groove Smooth Rock Triplet Rock Reggae Shuffle Late 80’s Rock 70’s Groove 80’s Rock Driving Rock Trance Groove House Party Drum N Bass House Dance Smooth Jazz Groove Dance Party Half Time Shuffle Latin Seven 5/4 Shuffle
7/8 Vamp Slow Pere Jam Medium Mambo Cumbia Ranchero Style
Tropical
Latin Jazz Calm Tumbao
Up Tempo Swing R&B Modern Dance Modern Pop Fusion 1 Fusion 2 Funk 3 Fusion 3 Funk 4 Fusion 4 Pop Funk 2 Electronic & Funk Drum & Bass 1 Dance Drum & Bass 2 Latin Dance 1 Latin Dance 2 Swing 1 Latin Jazz 1 Big Band 2 3/4 Jazz Jazz 1 Latin Jazz 2 Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop
Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop Loop 51 52 53 54 55 56
57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 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 6/8 Ballad Pop Ballad Pop Bossa 16 Beat Pop Pop Shuffle
Samba 1
Latin Pop 1 Mambo Latin Rock 1
Latin Pop 2 Guitar Bossa Country Blues
Rock
Reggae 1 Drum Intro Drum Main A
Drum Main B
60’s Rock Blues
World 1 World 2 Latin
Bossa Samba 2
3/4 Pop Pop Jazz 2
Reggae 2 Reggae 3
Latin Rock 2 Fifths Synth string
Brightness
Atmosphere Chorused Piano Bass Tap 1 Chorus Piano tap Brightness Tap Bass Tap 2 Pad Tap 1 Vibraphone
Bass Tap 3 Rain Tap Pizzicato Strings
Bass Tap 4 Crystal Xylophone Bass Tap 5
Pad Tap 2 Glockenspiel Tap
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Loop
Hit
Hit
Hit
Hit
Hit
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
Tap
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PATTERN LIST
BEAT
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 NAME
KIT BANK
BEAT
TEMPO
MEASURE
Beat 1
Beat 2
Beat 3
Beat 4
Beat 5
Beat 6
Beat 7
Beat 8
Beat 9
Beat 10
Beat 11
Beat 12
Beat 13
Beat 14
Beat 15
Beat 16
Beat 17
Beat 18
Beat 19
Beat 20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
NAME
KIT BANK
BEAT
TEMPO
MEASURE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
6/8
110
90
90
113
157
187
190
200
105
97
100
125
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
KIT BANK
BEAT
TEMPO
MEASURE
RHYTHM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 Funk 1
Funk 2
HipHop 1
HipHop 2
Jazz 1
Jazz 2
Latin 1
Latin 2
Pop Rock 1
Pop Rock 2
Rock
6/8 Pop Rock
PATTERN
NO.
NAME
1
Funk
2HipHop
3
Latin Jazz
4
6/8 Ballad
5
Bossanova
6
R & B
7
3/4 Jazz
8
Reggae
9
Rock
10 Fusion
17
25
40
8
17
25
40
0
0
0
38
4/4
4/4
4/4
6/8
4/4
4/4
3/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
120
110
130
96
82
86
120
78
100
103
4
4
8
4
8
4
10
4
4
4
PARAMETER LIST
NORMAL MODE
KIT
Parameter Kit Number Kit Volume Reverb EQ High EQ Middle EQ Low SONG
Parameter Song Number Accomp Volume of Song Drum Volume of Song
UTILITY
Parameter Pad Sensitivity Pad Threshold Crosstalk Curve Rim Sensitivity Splash Sensitivity Local on/off GM on/off Abbreviation
NUM
VOL
REV
EQH
EQM
EQL
Value
1 --- 70
0 --- 32
ON/OFF
-12 --- +12
-12 --- +12
-12 --- +12
Abbreviation
NUM
ACC
DRM
Value
1 --- 100
0 --- 32
0 --- 32
Abbreviation
SEN
THR
CRO
CUR
R-S
S-S
LOC
GM
Value
1 --- 16
0 --- 16
1 --- 16
1 --- 6
1 --- 16
1 --- 9
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Abbreviation
BPM
Value
30 --- 280
TEMPO
Parameter Tempo
VOICE
Parameter Abbreviation
Voice Number
NUM/H-C
Voice Volume
VOL
Voice Pan
PAN
Voice Pitch
PIT
Voice Reverb
REV
MIDI Note
MID
Pad Song Switch
P-S
Pad Song Number
P-N
CLICK
Parameter Abbreviation
Signature SIG
Interval
INT
Click Volume
VOL
Click Voice
VOC
Value
1 --- 527 / 1 --- 23
0 --- 32
- 8 --- + 8
- 8 --- + 8
0 --- 16
0 --- 127
ON/OFF
1 --- 80
Value
0 --- 9/2, 0 --- 9/4,
0 --- 9/8, 0 --- 9/16
1 --- 2, 3 --- 8, 1 --- 4,
1 --- 8, 1 --- 12, 1--16
0 --- 32
1 --- 5
RECORD
Parameter Abbreviation
Song Number SNG
Kit
KIT
Tempo
BPM
Signature
SIG
Interval
INT
Drum Off
DRM
Pre Count
PRC
Value
---/1 --- 60
1 --- 45
30 --- 280
1 --- 9/2, 1 --- 9/4,
1 --- 9/8, 1 --- 9/16
1 --- 2, 3 --- 8, 1 --- 4,
1 --- 8, 1 --- 12, 1 --- 16,
---/ON/OFF
ON/OFF
LEARNING MODE
BEAT
Parameter Beat Type
Drum Volume
Abbreviation
BEA
DRM
Value
1 --- 20
0 --- 32
PATTERN
RHYTHM
Parameter Rhythm Type
Level
Drum Volume
Abbreviation
RHM
LEV
VOL
Value
1 --- 12
1 --- 6
0 --- 32
Parameter Abbreviation
Pattern Type
BPM
Level
LEV
Accompany Volume
ACC
Drum Volume
DRM 39
Value
1 --- 10
1 --- 5
0 --- 32
0 --- 32
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
FUNCTION
TRANSMITTEDRECOGNIZED
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
10 ch
X
1---16
X
Mode
Default
MessagesX
Altered
X
X
*********
X
**********
Note
Number
: True Voice
0 --- 127
**********
0 --- 127
0 --- 127
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
O 99H, V=1---127
X (99H, V=0)
O
O
After
Touch
Key’s
Ch’s
X
X
O
X
Pitch Blend
X
X
Control
0
X
O
REMARKS
Bank Select
Change
1
X
OModulation
5
X
O
Portamento Time
6
X
O
Data Entry
7
X
O
Volume
10
X
O
Pan
11
X
O
Expression
64
X
O
Sustain Pedal
65
X
O
Portamento On/Off
66
X
O
Sostenuto Pedal
67
X
O
Soft Pedal
80
X
O
Reverb Program
81
X
O
Chorus Program
91
X
O
Reverb Level
93
X
O
Chorus Level
120
X
O
All Sounds Off
121
X
O
Reset All Controllers
123
X
O
All Notes Off
X
O
Program
Change
: True Number
XXXXXXXXXX
0 --- 127
System Exclusive
X
O
System
: Song Position
X
X
Common
: Song Select
X
X
: Tune
X
X
System
: Clock
O
X
Real Time
: Commands
O
X
Start And Stop Only
Aux
: Local On/Off
X
X
: All Notes Off
X
X
Messages
: Active Sensing
X
O
: Reset
X
X
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