HD-008 DIGITAL DRUM - huaxin
HD-008 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
EN55020:2007
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
................1
S E T U P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... . . . 1 8
SOUND MODULE ....................5
Accompaniment Volume for Demo .....18
INSTALLATION
Control
Back
.....................5
Per cussion Volu m e f or Dem o . . . 18
. . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . . . . 6
Mas ter Tune .. ..... ..... ......... .19
Panel
Panel
PLAYING
PAD
.. .. .......... . . .. 7
DRUM
KIT
.........................8
SONG
..............................9
Count Sesitivity.................19
Equalizer
........................19
Advanced Par am et er Edit .. .. .. .. .20
Demo
Song
........................9
S es it iv it y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 0
User
Song
....................10
Dynamic Range ....................21
METRONOME
.......................11
Trigger Corve .....................21
Metronome ..........................11
Cross Talk .......................21
Tempo
Hi-Hat Pedal setting .........22
DRUM
...............................12
KIT
EDIT
................13
Reset
...........................24
Select kit for editing ..... ... . . ..13
RECORD ...........................25
Enter the Edit Mode ............14
Record ............................25
Select part
.............15
P l a y b a c k U s e r S o n g . . . . .. . . . . . . 2 5
Select parameter to edit ..........15
E r a s e U s e r S o n g . . . . . . ........ . . . . 2 6
to edit
Edit the parameter ..............15
MIDI
&
USB
Edit another parameter o r p a r t . . . .15
KIT
Complete the edit .................16
V O I C E L I S T . . . . . . . .. . . ........ . . . . . . 2 9
STRIKING COUNT ..................17
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S . . . ......... . . . . . . 3 3
LIST
.....................27
......................28
INSTALLATION
CRASH
A-12 Cymbal-edg
RIDE
A-12 Cymbal
HI-HAT
A-8 Hi-Hat
TOM 1
A-8 Tom
TOM 2
SOUND MODULE
A-8 Tom
HD-008
SNARE
RACK SYSTEM
B-8 Snare
RACKA
KICK
B-8 Kick
TOM 3
A-8 Tom
HI-HAT CONTROLLER
B-HH Ctrl
KICK PEDAL
P-6C Kick pedal
* KICK PEDAL IS OPTIONAL ACCESORY
The drawing shows complete drum kit after your installation.
Each drum pad, cymbal pad and Hi-Hat control pedal has its part number underneath the part name
for your reference in installation. The part number is printed in part packing box.
Power adaptor and connection cables are not shown in the drawing.
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INSTALLATION
RACK SYSTEM
Wing nuts
L-Rod
Pad clamp
Rack clamp
Rack System
RACKA
Arm
Leg clamp
Folded rack in package
Hi-Hat rod
Crash and Ride rod
Leg
You can find all of these components in RACK SYSTEM RACKA package.
Note: Please note that the Hi-Hat control pedal is also packaged in this box.
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INSTALLATION
RACK INSTALLATION
5 Insert the cymbal installation
rod to proper location, then
tighten the wing nuts
4 Rotate the pad installation
L-Rod to proper position, then
tighten the wing nuts
3 Move the pad clamps to proper
location, then tighten the wing nuts
1 Open the arm, adjust the position,
then tighten the wing nuts
2 Install the left and right leg,
adjust the height to touch
floor firmly, then tighten the
wing nuts.
1. Loosen the wing nuts in the arm clamps. Open the arm, adjust the position, then tighten the wing
nuts
2. Loosen the wing nuts in the leg clamp. Insert the left and right leg into the clamp, adjust the height to
touch floor firmly, then tighten the wing nuts.
3. Loosen the wing nuts in the clamp. Move the pad clamps to proper location, then tighten the wing
nuts
4. Loosen the wing nuts in the clamp. Rotate the pad installation L-Rod to proper position, and then
tighten the wing nuts
5. Loosen the wing nuts in the clamp. Insert the cymbal installation rod to proper location, and then
tighten the wing nuts
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INSTALLATION
COMPONENTS INSTALLATION
Hi-Hat Installation
1
2
3
Crash and Ride Installation
1. Remove the wing nut,
washer and felt pad
2. Put the Hi-Hat into the
rod, then attach parts removed in the stet 1. Fasten the wing nut.
3.Adjust the angle and
height of the rod then
tighten the wing nut.
1. Remove the wing nut,
washer and felt pad
1
2. Put the cymbal pad into the
rod, then attach parts re2
moved in the stet 1. Fasten
the wing nut but not too
tightly. It allows the pad a little
bit wobbling like real acous3
tic cymbal.
Note: Crash and Ride has
different part number. Please
refer to indication in the page
2.
3.Adjust the angle of the rod then tighten the wing nut.
Snare Installation
1. Insert the snare into
the snare installation LRod, then tighten the
wing nut.
Tom Installation
1. Insert the tom into
the tom installation LRod, then tighten the
wing nut.
Note: All toms use the
same pad.
2. Adjust the angle of the L-Rod then
tighten the wing nut.
2. Adjust the angle of
the L-Rod then tighten
the wing nut.
Kick Installation
1. Align holes in support 1 and
stand 2 then insert bolts and fasten
with attached key.
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
3
P-6C
2
Sound module Installation
1. Align holes in supporting board and sound module then insert screws and
fasten it.
2. Insert rod of the supporting board to the clamp, then tighten the wing nut.
Finalizing the Installation
After install all components, fine adjust the arm, clamps and rods to the best
positionyou like finally.
Electronic Connection
Please refer to the SOUND MODULE Chapter for electronic connection.
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SOUND MODULE
CONTROL PANEL
Standard
1
4
3
5
2
6
7
8
10
9
11
13
12
14
+
15
(1) Display: Information display such as Kit number and name, Song name, pad selection etc. The
display is back-lit LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) type.
(2) SONG Button: Enter the Demonstration or User Song play mode
(3) KIT Button: Enter the Drum kit selection mode
(4) CLICK Button: Metronome switch and edit
(5) TEMPO Button: Change the tempo of the metronome, also used for record and song playing.
(6) - (7) Sequencer Buttons:
Record Button, Press it to engage the record
Play/Stop Button
The Play/Stop button is used in both Song and Record operations. Please refer to relevant chapters for detailed information.
(8) COUNT Button: Enter the Count mode to exam how fast you could strike the pad
(9) DATA +/- Knob: Rotate the knob to change data for all operations
(10) ENTER Button: Confirm your choice or operating
(11) EXIT Button: Exit to the previous LCD window or return to the Kit Selection screen
(12) SETUP Button: Enter the Setup mode to edit overall parameters
(13) MODE Button: Change the song playing mode
(14) EDIT Button: Enter the Kit Edit mode
(15) Pad Select Buttons: These are dual-function buttons. They are pad selection buttons in the Edit
mode; or Kit Selection buttons for Kit quick selection.
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SOUND MODULE
BACK PANEL
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(1)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Power In Jack: Plug in the DC cable of the attached adaptor
(2) Power Switch: Turn On/Off the sound module
Note: When you turn the power off, do not turn it on immediately. Wait at least five seconds to turn
the power on so that the electronic circuits can properly reset.
(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) Headphone Jack: The drum has stereo headphone jack. You can play in total silence without
disturbing others in the room by plugging a set of headphones into the sockets.
(5)
Headphone Volume Knob: Rotate it to adjust the headphone volume
(6) Line In Jack: Line In stereo audio input jacks will mix the supplied signal with the internal
drum sound. It can be used to hook up items such as CD players, MP3 player etc.
(7) Line Out Jack: There is no built-in speaker in the drum. Line Out stereo audio output supplies
the drum output signal to external amplification, such as home stereo, PA system or other stand
alone amplifiers. If you connect with external mono system, stereo/mono adapter is recommended.
(8) Pad Trigger Connector: Each pad and Hi-Hat control pedal has labeled cable. All cables are
merged into a single connector. Plug in the cable into jack of corresponding component, Then, plug in
the connector here.
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PLAYING PAD
TURN ON THE POWER
(1) Adjust volume of external audio device
connected with the drum to lower level.
(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 pad and adjust the volume to proper
level.
PLAYING PADS
All pads have striking force sensitivity feature.
Strike the pad harder to make higher volume
and strike the pad softer to make lower
volume.
Playing Tom Drum
Strike the central position (head) of the pad to
make head sound.
Head
Playing Cymbal
Strike the central position (bow) of the cymbal
to make cymbal sound, strike the edge of the
cymbal to make edge shot sound.
Bow
Rim 1
Head
Rim 2
Playing Hi-Hat
(1) Strike the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the HiHat control pedal to make open Hi-Hat sound.
(2) Strike the Hi-Hat pad with fully pressing the
Hi-Hat control pedal to make close Hi-Hat sound.
(3) Strike the Hi-Hat pad while pressing the HiHat control pedal gradually to make consecutive
open to close Hi-Hat sound.
(4) Press the Hi-Hat pedal down quickly to make
Hi-Hat pedal sound.
Playing Kick Drum
Press the Kick drum
pedal to make kick
drum sound.
Edge
Cymbal Choke
Strike a cymbal, its sound will sustain. Then
squeeze the edge portion to mute the sound.
Please note that the Hi-Hat has no choke
feature.
Note: The edge and choke feature is
available for crash only,
Playing Snare Drum
Strike the central position (head) of the pad to
make head sound, strike the rim of the pad to
make rim sound. There are two rim portions with
different rim sound. Also, there is a mark on the
pad to indicate the portion.
Mark
MASTER VOLUME
Master Vol
In the Kit and Song window, push the DATA knob,
the current master volume level will be blinking.
Rotate the DATA knob to change the volume
ranged 0 - 127. After about 5 seconds without any
operation, it will return to the previous window.
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DRUM KIT
There are 50 preset drum kits and 30 User Kits. The kit is combination of different instrument voice
assigned to each pad which has unitary style for performance. All the kits are for your choice. Any
kit could be edited and saved as your own User Kit. After power on and display initial information,
it’ll enter the kit selection mode automatiPreset kit indicator Kit number Kit name
cally while the KIT button indicator will light
up. The kit number and its name will be
displayed. The kit number also appears in
the second row of the display.
In some other operation modes, you may
press the KIT button to enter the kit select
operation mode.
Standard
PRESET KIT
The title of the kit number section in the second row of the display is “KIT” for preset kit.
The kit number is ranged 01 - 50.
Rotate the Data knob to select a kit you
desire. Rotate the knob clockwise to increase
the kit number and anticlockwise to decrease
the kit number. All preset kit number and
name are listed in the Appendix KIT LIST.
User Kit indicator
USER KIT
You can create your own user kit by edit
function. Click the KIT button repeatedly will
switch the Preset Kit and User Kit selection.
The User Kit number is U01 - U30. The title
of the kit number section in the second row
of the display is “USER KIT”.
UserKit01
Rotate the Data knob to select an user kit
you desire. Rotate the knob clockwise to increase the kit number and anticlockwise to
decrease the kit number.
The factory setting for all User Kits is Universal Kit. You could call them even if you
don’t create your own user kit. Of course,
you could replace it by editing. Please see
<EDIT> Chapter in this manual for details.
Press the KIT button again to back to the preset kit.
QUICK SELECTION
There are 9 numeric buttons, each one is assigned to a most common use kit. In the kit
select mode, simply press a button to select
kit directly. The default quick selection assignment is listed in the Appendix <KIT LIST>.
After you select a kit, you could assign it to a
numeric button by pressing the KIT button and
a numeric button simultaneously.
Your assignment is nonvolatile even the
power turns off.
Note: When use these 9 buttons
as numeric button, the indicator of
the EDIT button must be off, because they are dual-function
buttons. Please see <EDIT> Chapter in this manual for details.
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SONG
There are two types of song. The demonstration song (Demo) is for your enjoyment and practice.
User song is your own recorded song.
1. DEMO SONG
(1) Select and Play Demo Song
There are 52 demo songs built in.
Press the Song button once to engage the demo
song mode with the indicator lighting. The display will show “All Demo”. Press the
button
immediately, all demo songs will play one by
one. If you don’t select song, after 3 second the
first demo song number and name will appear
on the display. The tempo and time signature of
the demo song will appear on the second row of
the display also.
The title of the song number section in the second row of the display is “DEMO”. The display
of it will be “All” then the first demo number.
If you want to select a song you desire, rotate
the DATE knob to choose a song.
Demo song indicator
All
Demo Song Number
Song Name
ChaCha
Then press the
button to start play; the
button indicator lights up.
When select single song, it’ll be played
repeatedly.
When the demo song is playing, press the
button
again to to stop the playing, the indicator turns
off.
Tempo Time Signature
(2) Practice with Demo Song
You may practice your own performance with
the demo song.
There are three modes for your practice:
FULL - When press the
button, you will
hear complete song
DRUM ONLY - When press the
button,
you will hear drum sound only. It helps you to
get idea how to perform drum.
DRUM MUTE - When press the
button,
you will hear background music without drum
sound. Then, you can play drums by yourself.
Drum
Press the MODE button repeatedly to change
the mode.
Tip: Volume of the background music and
drum of the demo song is adjustable
separately. Please see Chapter SETUP for
more information.
The screen will turn back to the previous window automatically after 5 seconds, or press the
EXIT button to exit immediately.
Demo
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Mute
SONG
User song indicator
2. USER SONG
There are 10 User songs in maximum recorded
by user.
Press the Song button twice quickly to engage
the User Song mode with the indicator lighting.
The display will show “All U-Song”. If you don’t
select song, after 3 second the first available
user song number and name will appear on the
display. The tempo and time signature of the
user song will appear on the second row of the
display also.
The title of the song number section in the second row of the display is “SONG”. The display
of it will be “All” then the first available user song
number.
If you want to select a song you desire, rotate
the DATE knob to choose a song.
All U-Song
User Song Number
Song Name
User
Song
Then press the
button to start play; the
button indicator lights up.
Tempo Time Signature
When the user song is playing, press the
press the
button again to to stop the
playing, the indicator turns off.
Note: If the interval between the first and second pressing of the SONG button is longer than
2 seconds, it’ll turn to Kit mode instead of Song
mode.
Note: If you didn’t record any song, the display
will show “No u-song”. After 3 second, the mode
will change to Kit select automatically.
No
Tip: You may erase User Song in the User Song
mode. Please refer to the <RECORD> chapter
in the Manual for details.
3. EXIT THE SONG MODE
You may noted that press the SONG button once
to enter the Demo mode; press the SONG button twice quickly to enter the Song mode.
Therefore, in the Demo/User Song mode press
the SONG button again to exit the Demo/User
Song mode and turn to the Kit selection mode.
The SONG indicator turns off.
Or, you can simply press the EXIT button to stop
palying , exit the Demo/Song mode and turn to
the Kit selection mode.
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U-Song
METRONOME
1. METRONOME
Press the CLICK button to sound the metronome and its indicator will light up. Press the
button again to stop it.
Press the CLICK button twice to setup the
metronome and the indicator blinks.
Time-Sig
(1) Time Signature Setting - At first, you
could set the time signature. The the current
time signature will blink in the second row of
the display. Rotate the DATA knob to change
the time signature. Available time signature is
1-8/2, 1-8/4, 1-8/8, 1-8/16, The default setting
is 4/4. Press the ENTER button to confirm you
setting and turn to the next parameter of the
metronome.
(2) Metronome Volume Setting - After press
the ENTER button to finish the time signature
setting, the next parameter to setup is metronome volume. The display will show “Metro
Vol” and current volume is blinking. Rotate the
DATA knob to change the volume ranged 0 127, The default setting is 96. Press the
ENTER button to confirm you setting and turn
to the next parameter of the metronome..
Metro
(3) Metronome Sound Setting - After press
the ENTER button to finish the volume setting,
the next parameter to setup is metronome
sound. The display will show “MetroSound”
and blinking current sound. There are three
types of the sound - English, Chinese and
Percussion. ENG refers to English, CHN
refers to Chinese, PRC refers to click sound.
The default setting is PRC. Rotate the DATA
knob to change the sound, Press the ENTER
button to confirm you setting and exit the
metronome setting.
Vol
MetroSound
You can press the EXIT button in any step to
exit metronome setting.
Percussion
During the setting, the metronome will keep
sound.
Tip: If you do not want to change the current
setting, simply press the ENTER button to skip
it.
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English
Chinese
METRONOME
2. TEMPO
Press the TEMPO button, its indicator will light
up. The current tempo value will blink in the
second row of the display. Rotate the DATA
knob to change the tempo ranged 40 - 240.
Tempo
Press the ENTER button to confirm you
setting.
After about 10 seconds, this operation will exit
automatically. Or, press the EXIT button to
exit the tempo setting immediately.
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DRUM KIT EDIT
A drum kit consists of drum pads, cymbals pads and Hi-Hat pedal physically.
They generate sound in different way such as by striking head or rim of drum pad, triggered by
striking cymbal bow or edge, pressing Hi-Hat pedal. We call the source to generate sound as Part.
Each part is identified on the display by the icon with mark. The icon refers to part of striking head
of pad and cymbal is shown below. H.PDL refers to sound generated by pressing the Hi-Hat pedal.
HIHAT refers to Open Hi-Hat sound generated by striking the Hi-Hat cymbal.
Alternative part of the same instrument is shown by extra mark under the icon. For example, the
part generating sound by striking the rim of Tom 1 pad is marked by an arch under the TOM1 icon.
Rim of TOM1
Rim of TOM3
Rim of TOM2
Edge of CRASH
Rim1 of Snare Rim2 of Snare
Close HI-Hat
Edge of RIDE
Note: RealkitPRO does not responses to the Ride Edge and Tom Rim setting.
Each part has multi parameters to create its characteristics such as voice, volume, reverb level and
Pan etc. The detailed description is listed In the table below.
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
EDIT RANGE
VOICE
Voice assigned to the part
1 – 418
VOLUME
Volume of the part , 127 refers to the highest volume
0~127
PAN
Stereo pan of the part. -64 refers to the most left, 63
refers to the most right, 0 refers to the center position
-64~63
PITCH
Pitch of the part. -10 refers to the lowest and 10 to the highest pitch. -10~10
REVERB
Reverb effect level of the part, 127 refers to the highest level
0~127
The edit feature is to set parameter for each part, partly or for all parts in a kit. the Edit feature
makes it possible to change the currently selected drum kit setting. In this way, you may create
your own drum kit and save it as UserKit.
The edit procedure is the same for every parameter, Assigning voice to the part is one of the most
important function. After you are familiar with the operation of voice assignment; it’ll be easy to edit
other parameters. The following section is the edit procedure taking example how to change voice
for a pad.
1. Select kit for editing
Select a kit for editing in the same way explained in the DRUM KIT chapter. The display shows the
kit number and kit name.
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DRUM KIT EDIT
2. Enter the Edit Mode
Press the EDIT button to engage the edit mode.
The EDIT indicator will light up while the EDIT
icon on the display will blink. Also, the display
will show the kit number for editing.
Edit
3. Select part to edit
In the edit mode, the numerical buttons refer to
part select buttons. Press a select button to
engage editing for this part, the button indicator
will light up. Some instruments have two or more
parts, for example, the snare have head, rim1
and rim2 parts; crash and ride cymbal has head
and edge parts; Hi-Hat has open and close etc.
Press the button twice to select alternative part
of this instrument. Please note that the snare
has 3 parts, press the SNARE button once to
select snare head, twice for rim1 and treble for
rim2. The relevant mark for alternative parts will
appear. Please refer to table below.
Mode
Voice
When a part is selected, the icon of this part
blink; EDIT icon will stop blink. In this example,
the part selected is Rim1 of Snare.
When select part, the part name will blink. You
must press the ENTER button to confirm your
part selection.
A simple way to select part is to hit area of the pad you desire directly. This is
an aternative metrod of pressing the button. When the part name blinking, you
also need to press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
PART
!
DESCRIPTION
PART
ICON
DESCRIPTION
HH Pedal
Hi-Hat Pedal
Snare Rim1
Snare Rim1
HiHat Open
Hi-Hat Open
Snare Rim2
Snare Rim2
HiHatClose
Hi-Hat Close
Tom1
Tom1 Head
Crash
Crash Cymbal Bow
Tom1 Rim
Tom1 Rim
Crash Edge
Crash Cymbal Edge
Ride
Ride Cymbal Bow
Tom2
Tom2 Head
Ride Edge
Ride Cymbal Edge
Tom2 Rim
Tom2 Rim
Snare
Snare Head
Tom3
Tom3 Head
Tom3 Rim
Tom3 Rim
Kick
Kick Drum
Note: RealkitPRO does not responses
to the Ride Edge and Tom Rim
setting.
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ICON
DRUM KIT EDIT
Voice
4. Select parameter to edit
After select part, the current parameter will be
blinking . Rotate the DATA knob to select a parameter to edit. In this example, select VOICE.
The default parameter is VOICE.
Press the ENTER button to confirm you choice.
5. Edit the parameter
The current contents of this parameter will blink.
In this example, it is the voice number. Rotate
the DATA knob to change contents of the
parameter. In this example, you’ll change voice
assigned to Snare rim1. Any parameter has its
own range to set. For example, there are 418
voices can be selected to assign to a part, but
only some could be assigned to particular part.
Please see Appendix VOICE LIST for details.
Press the ENTER button to confirm your setting.
Then, it’ll return to the parameter selection operation stage.
SnareRim01
6. Edit another parameter or part
Now, the parameter (the VOICE in this example)
editing for a selected part is finished. You may
continue to edit other parameters in this part or
change part to edit.
Volume
(1) Edit other parameter in the current part
After you press the ENTER button to finish current editing, it’ll turn back to the parameter selection stage with the next parameter blinking.
Press the ENTER button to edit this parameter
or select other parameter by rotating the DATA
knob. Then, edit parameters in the same way
explained in the Step 4 - Step 5 above. Parameters can be edited are listed in the table in page
11.
(2) Edit another part
Select another part to edit in the same way explained in Page 14. The current parameter to edit will
keep no change. It provides you easy method to edit the same parameter, e.g. voice, for each part.
Note: There is exception. In the Cross Talk edit procedure, press pad selection button to choose a
pad generating cross talk badly instead of change part.
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DRUM KIT EDIT
7. Complete the edit
After finish all editing job for the current drum kit,
no matter single or multiple part/parameter, you
may terminate the edit.
Press the EXIT button, “Save it?”. Then, you
have two choices:
Save
it?
(1) Save edited drum kit as your own user
kit:
Press the ENTER button. “User Kit” with User
kit number blinking will appear. Rotate the DATA
knob to choose number, then press the ENTER
button to confirm.
User
Note: There are 30 built-in preset User Kit. All
of them are the same as Kit 01 Standard. When
you save your own User Kit, it must replace the
existing one.
If the saving is successful, it’ll turn to the Kit
select mode. The indicators of the pad select
button and the EDIT button will turn off. The EDIT
icon will disappear. The icon of the edited part
will stop blink.
The display always asks “Replace it”?. Press
the ENTER button to replace existing one with
your new editing. Press the EXIT button then
change another number. If you really don’t want
to cover any existing User Kit, press the EXIT
button in number selection stage, and it will cover
the current kit edited (referring to the next section in this page) then turn to the Kit Select mode.
.
Kit
Replace it
The User Kit setting is nonvolatile even the
power turns off.
(2) Press the EXIT button to exit the edit mode
and return to the Kit Selection mode without saving as User kit. The indicators of the pad select
button and the EDIT button will turn off. The EDIT
icon will disappear. The icon of the edited part
will stop blink.
The edited results will cover the current drum
kit and activate immediately.
When the power turn off, the changes in this kit
will reset.
Save
Tip: You may reset the kit changes by Reset
feature. Please see <SETUP> chapter in this
Manual for details.
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it?
STRIKING COUNT
This feature allows you to test how fast you
can strike pad. Press the COUNT button
, the indicator iwll light up.
The examination time could be 1 minute, 2
minutes or 3 minutes. Rotate the DATE
knob to select time then press the ENTER
button.
Count Time
1
2
3
Then, blinking “Ready” will appear. The
count will start as soon as you strike any
pad.
Ready
Remaining time in sencond will be displayed in the right side and the current
counting in the left side of the scren.
Cnt-Sec048
When the time is over, You’ll hear alarm
sound for about one second.The counting
will stop. Then you can check the results.
Counted
Press the ENTER button to start another
examination. Or, press the EXIT button to
exit this function.
Tip: Sensitivity of the sriking for this test is
adjustable. Please see Chapter SETUP for
more information.
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SETUP
In the Kit Selection or Demo/Song stage,
press the SETUP button to enter the Setup
mode and its indicator lights up. The parameter to be setup will blink. Rotate the DATA
knob to select one of the 7 items listed below,
then press the ENTER to confirm and its current value will be displayed.
Accomp Vol
In the item selection stage, press the EXIT button to exit setup opration and turn to the Kit
Selection mode.
1
2
1 Accompaniment Volume for Demo
When play demo song, you may hear background music accompanied with percussion
performance. Adjust this background music
volume with parameter Accomp Vol. Rotate
the DATE knob to change the volume ranged
0 - 24. The default setting is 11.
Press the ENTER button to confirm your setting and turn to the next parameter for editing.
Press the EXIT button to exit current edit and
turn back to the parameter selection.
3
Accomp Vol
2 Percussion Volume for Demo
When play demo song, you may adjust percussion volume. Adjust this volume with parameter D.Drum Vol. Rotate the DATE knob
to change the volume ranged 0 - 24. The default setting is 11.
Press the ENTER button to confirm your setting and turn to the next parameter for editing.
Press the EXIT button to cancle current edit
and turn back to the parameter selection.
Press the EXIT button to exit current edit and
turn back to the parameter selection.
D.Drum
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Vol
SETUP
3. Master Tune
This parameter affects sound pitch globally.
Rotate the DATE knob to change the master tuning ranged 0 to +/- 50. The default Setting is 0 which refers to 440 Hz at A1 note.
Press the ENTER button to confirm your setting and turn to the next parameter for editing.
Press the EXIT button to exit current edit
and turn back to the parameter selection.
MasterTune
4. Count Sensitivity
The parameter for the sensitivity of the count
examination. Rotate the DATE knob to
change the sensitivity ranged 0 - 24. The default setting is 16. It is suggested to set the
sensitivity lower than your normal
performance.
Press the ENTER button to confirm your setting and turn to the next parameter for editing.
Press the EXIT button to exit current edit and
turn back to the parameter selection.
Count Sens
5. Equalizer
Tone of the drum could be adjusted globally
by built-in Equalizer. There are 8 types of preset equalizer listed below.
Rotate the DATE knob to select equalizer type
per your taste. The default setting is 001 Normal 1.
Press the ENTER button to confirm your setting and turn to the next parameter for editing.
No.
Equalizer
EQUALIZER TYPE
001
Normal 1
002
Normal 2
003
Bass Boost
004
Bass Mid
005
Moderate
006
Bright Mid
007
Bright
008
Bright High
Press the EXIT button to exit current edit and
turn back to the parameter selection.
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SETUP
6. Advanced Parameter Edit
Chapter DRUM KIT EDIT introduces the sound
edit procedure. The purpose of the sound edit is
to change sound characteristics such as voice,
volume, pan etc. The target of advanced parameter edit is physical characteristics of pad such
as sensitivity, trigger curve etc.
Advanced
When the item name of Advanced is blinking,
press the ENTER button to confirm it. Then, the
EDIT icon will appear and the default parameter
Sensitivity will be shown and blinking.
You could change parameter by rotating the
DATA knob.
Any parameter is assigned for each pad
individually. You must select a pad to edit. The
default pad is Tom1 with its icon blinking. You
may select pad to setup by pressing the pad
select button or strike the pad directly. The icon
of selected pad will blink as well.
Sensitive
Note:
1. There is no alternative part such as rim, edge
can be selected. The mark under the pad icon
will never appear. It is different from part selection procedure in DRUM KIT EDIT.
2. Hi-Hat pedal is not available for advanced edit.
After select the parameter and pad, press the
ENTER button to confirm. The current value of
the parameter will appear and blink. Now, you
can change the value.
There are 4 advanced parameters can be edited.
They are:
Sensitive
Sensitivity
The pad sensitivity is ranged 1-127. Rotate
the DATA knob to change it. The higher value
refers to the higher sensitivity. Please note
that if the sensitivity is too high, it’ll cause
unexpected sound even if you don’t strike the
pad. Press the ENTER button to confirm your
setting and turn to the next parameter. Press
the EXIT button to exit current operation and
back to Advanced window.
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SETUP
Dynamic Range
This feature allows you to set playing strength,
which response with the maximum volume, to
accommodate your personal taste of
performance. Strike the pad with strength you
desire, with which you want to get the maximum
volume.The value will appear automatically per
your striking, the Max. value is 127. Press the
ENTER button to confirm your setting. Press the
EXIT button to exit current operation and back
to Advanced menu.
Dynamic
Trigger Curve
This feature allows you select a proper curve
from 6 preset curves to control the relation
between the striking force and changes in
volume. Change the curve until the response
feels as natural as possible.
Trigger
Rotate the DATA knob to choose a curve.
The corves you may select are Linear, Exp1,
Exp2, Log1, Log2 and Spline. Press the
ENTER button to confirm your setting. Press
the EXIT button to exit current operation and
back to Advanced menu. The default curve is
Linear.
Linear
Exp1
Exp2
Log1
Log2
Spline
Strength
Linear
Strength
Exp
Volume
Volume
Volume
Volume
Diagram of 4 types of the curve
Strength
Log
Cross Talk
When strike one pad, other pad(s) will sound
occasionally. It is called cross talk. It is a result
of pads detecting the vibrations in the rack as
you hit other pads. This feature allows you to
eliminate the cross interference among the
pads. The icon of the current pad is blinking when
the Cross Talk is selected. This pad is source
of the cross talk which cross-fire other pad(s),
i.e. when strike this pad, other pad(s) will sound.
The procedure of eliminating the cross talk is:
Strength
Spline
Cross Talk
Source pad of cross talk
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SETUP
- Select a pad which is affected by cross talking by pressing its pad select buttonor strike
the pad, its icon and button indicator will blink
as well.
Cross Talk
- Rotate the DATA knob to change the cross
talk value ranged 0 - 100. The smaller the
value, the less the pad will be affected by
crosstalk. However, if the value is too low,
it’ll be harder to get the pad to generate its
sound when you hit it. You should balance it
carefully.
2
3
- Press the ENTER button to confirm your
setting. The display will stay on the Cross
Talk setting for the current source pad.
You could select another pad which is also
affected by the current pad and continue
your setting.
Pad affected by cross talk
1
- Press the EXIT button to exit current
operation and back to Advanced menu.
Hi-Hat Pedal Setting
Strike the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the Hi-Hat control pedal to make open Hi-Hat sound (voice No.
240 - 258).
The Hi-Hat pedal has two zones for sound control, which is divided by Close Threshold point. Strike
the Hi-Hat pad while pressing the Hi-Hat control pedal gradually to make consecutive open to close
Hi-Hat sound when pedal position is higher than close threshold. When pedal position is lower than
close threshold, striking the Hi-Hat pad makes close Hi-Hat sound (voice No. 215 - 239).
When press the pedal quickly and reach bottom position, it'll make Hi-Hat pedal sound (voice No. 259
- 265) and you don’t need striking the Hi-Hat pad. The quicker the pressing, the higher the volume of
the pedal sound. This bottom position is determined by Pedal Threshold.
The scale of Hi-Hat pedal movement is 0 127. 0 represents the lowest position of the
pedal (completely pressed) and 127 represents the highest position (completely
raised).
This feature allows you to set thresholds per
your comfortable pressing strength.
Close
2
The Close Threshold and Pedal Threshold
can be adjusted in the Sensitive settings by
pressing the H.PEDAL button; the Pedal icon
will blink. The parameter will be "Close THR"
and its current close threshold will be shown
. Press the ENTER button to confirm.your
1
3
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THR
pedal
SETUP
choice. Then, press the pedal to position you
desire as close threshold while the real threshold value will be shown and blinking. You could
try sound change by striking Hi-Hat pad.
Close
Press the ENTER button to confirm and turn to
the pedal threshold setting; the parameter is
"Pedal THR".
THR
2
Then, set the Pedal threshold in the same way
above while you could try by pressing the pedal
quickly.
1
3
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
Press the EXIT button to exit current operation and back to Advanced menu.
Pedal
THR
Press the EXIT button to exit current operation
and back to Advanced window.
Saving...
In the Advanced window, press the EXIT
button to turn to the Kit Selection mode. If you
did some changes during the Advanced
setting, the changes will be saved
automatically. The display will say “Saving...”
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SETUP
7. Reset
After setup, kit editing and recording, all of
changes are saved in the unit. This feature allows you to recover the factory settings.
Select Reset in the parameter selection stage
then press ENTER button. There are four types
of reset operations can be selected. Rotate the
DATA knob to select.
Reset
Reset Kit - Reset sound parameters in all User
kits which changed during the kit editing. When
“Reset Kit” is blinking, press the ENTER button.
The display will show “AreYouSure”. Press the
ENTER button to confirm or press the EXIT
button to cancel. Then, it’ll return to the Setup
parameter selection.
Reset Setup - Reset changes in Setup
operation. When “ResetSetup” is blinking, press
the ENTER button. The display will show
“AreYouSure”. Press the ENTER button to confirm and return to the Kit Selection mode. Or,
press the EXIT button to return to the Setup
parameter selection.
Reset Song - Erase all songs recorded by user.
When “Reset Song” is blinking, press the ENTER button. Press the ENTER button to confirm or press the EXIT button to cancel. Then,
it’ll return to the Setup parameter selection.
Reset All - Besides reset all items above, it also
reset physical parameter changes in kits which
changed during the kit advanced editing. When
“Reset All” is blinking, press the ENTER button.
Press the ENTER button to confirm or press
the EXIT button to cancel. Then, it’ll return to
the Setup parameter selection.
Reset
Kit
AreYouSure
Note:
1. Don not strike any pad after press the ENTER button until it back to the Setup parameter
stage or Kit Selection mode. It needs couple of
second.
2. When enter the Setup mode from the Demo/
song stage, the reset operation is not available.
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RECORD
B ef or e r e c or di ng , y ou s ho u ld p r e pa r
neccessary settings including drum kit,
metronome, tempo, time signature etc. Press
the
button to enter the record mode. The
indicator will blink and the current tempo, time
signature are shown on the display. Now, it is
ready for recording.
Record
1. Record
After one meature count-in, the record starts
immediately, no matter you strike drum pad or
not. If the metronome is turned on, you can hear
the metronome during the recording.
The record indicator will keep blinking.
The record measure count will appear on the
display.
Press the
button again to stop the
recording. The display will go to the save
stage.
Recording
2. Play back your recording
After stop the recording, press the
to playback your recording. Press
again to stop the playback.
button
button
User
Song
User
Song
After you save the recording as User Song, In
the Song mode you can also select user song
to playback. Please refer to the <SONG> chapter in this Manual for details.
3. Save as a User Song
In the save operation, the User Song number
for saving your record will blink. You may rotate the DATE knob to choose song name. Press
the ENTER button to save recorded song, press
the EXIT button to turn to the Kit Selection mode
without saving.
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RECORD
If the song name was already used for the
previous recording, it’ll ask you do you want
to replace it with the new recording? Press
the ENTER button to replace it or press the
EXIT but ton to s e l e c t a n o t h e r s ong
number.
Replace it
4. Erase User Song
In the Kit selection mode, press the SONG
button twice to enter the User Song mode.
Select an User song then press the ENTER
button. “ Erase it?” will appear on the display.
Press the ENTER button to erase this song
or press the EXIT button to give up erasing.
Then, it’ll return to the User Song mode.
User
1
2
3
Erase
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Song
it?
MIDI & USB
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 is available with isolated instruments. Whether you interface with computers,
sequencers, expanders or other equipment your musical horizons will be greatly enhanced. For
instance, you can edit your playing in computer or playback 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
Velocity: Note ON
Note OFF
1-127
64
0-127
0-127
Major Controls:
B9h 04h xxh
Bxh 79h 00h
Bxh 7Bh 00h
Yes
Yes
Yes
X
Yes
Yes
Program Change
X
Yes *
System Exclusive
Yes
Yes **
RPN
X **
Yes **
NRPN
Yes
Yes **
Remarks
Hi-Hat pedal control
Reset All Controller
All Notes OFF
* Chanel 10 supports Bank 0 only
** If you need detailed information about Exclusive, RPN and NRPN, please contact your
vender
Note: Transmited note through chanel 10 for each pad if fixed as below:
RealkitPRO does not transmit the Ride Edge and Tom Rim notes.
PAD
NOTE
PAD
Tom1
48
Crash Edge
49
Tom1 Rim
Tom2
62
45
Ride
Ride Edge
51
59
Tom2 Rim
Tom3
63
41
Hi-Hat Open
Hi-Hat Close
46
42
Tom3 Rim
64
Hi-Hat Pedal
44
Snare
38
Kick
36
Snare Rim1
37
Ride Mute
6
Snare Rim2
40
Crash Mute
7
Crash
55
27
NOTE
KIT LIST
1
2
Universal
Rock
28
29
BlueSparkl
Happy
U05
U06
UserKit05
UserKit06
3
JAZZ
30
PopBrush
U07
UserKit07
4
5
Funk
Studio
31
32
SpaceKit
Slap
U08
U09
UserKit08
UserKit09
6
Session
33
MotoDrum
U10
UserKit10
7
ElecKit
34
Run
U11
UserKit11
8
Pop
35
PowerElec
U12
UserKit12
9
10
Djdrums
Bloom
BeatBox
36
37
PopRock
U13
U14
UserKit13
UserKit14
11
Thump
38
Modern
U15
UserKit15
12
HipHop
39
WalkIt
U16
UserKit16
13
BigRoom
40
Blues
U17
UserKit17
14
15
16
DoubleBass
Chinese
Latin
41
42
43
Crusher
PowerJazz
POW
U18
U19
U20
UserKit18
UserKit19
UserKit20
17
18
19
TexBlues
JoJo
Jammer
44
45
46
Brushes
Asian
Orchestra
U21
U22
U23
UserKit21
UserKit22
UserKit23
20
21
BigKit
PixLily
47
48
MillionBux
BigAmb
U24
U25
UserKit24
UserKit25
22
LayItDown
49
Roller
U26
UserKit26
23
24
25
Huge
Match
ElecDrum
50
U01
U02
MadDrum
UserKit01
UserKit02
U27
U28
U29
UserKit27
UserKit28
UserKit29
26
27
Natural
8oh8
U03
U04
UserKit03
UserKit04
U30
UserKit30
Note: Default assignment for all User Kits is Universal
QUICK SELECTION
QUICK SELECTION
BUTTON No.
KIT No.
1
1
Universal
2
9
Djdrums
3
12
HipHop
4
5
15
23
Chinese
Huge
6
25
ElecDrum
7
36
Bloom
8
37
PopRock
9
50
MadDrum
28
KIT NAME
VOICE LIST
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
1
Kick 1
Standard Kick 1
46
Kick 46
Cartoon Kick
91
Snare 31
Standard Snare 5
2
Kick 2
Standard Kick 2
47
Kick 47
Disco Kick
92
Snare 32
FXS Snare 2
3
Kick 3
Low Kick 1
48
Kick 48
Low Kick 4
93
Snare 33
Power Snare 3
4
Kick 4
Standard Kick 3
49
Kick 49
Fusion Kick 1
94
Snare 34
Old Snare 1
5
Kick 5
Electronic Kick 1
50
Kick 50
Fusion Kick 2
95
Snare 35
Old Snare 2
6
Kick 6
Funk Kick
51
Kick 51
Fusion Kick 3
96
Snare 36
Power Snare 4
7
Kick 7
Electronic Kick 2
52
Kick 52
Jazz Kick 1
97
Snare 37
Old Snare 3
8
Kick 8
Standard Kick 4
53
Kick 53
Jazz Kick 2
98
Snare 38
Mute Snare
9
Kick 9
Standard Kick 5
54
Kick 54
Stick Kick
99
Snare 39
HipHop Snare 3
10
Kick 10
Low Kick 2
55
Kick 55
House Kick 2
100
Snare 40
HipHop Snare 4
11
Kick 11
Rock Kick 1
56
Kick 56
House Kick 3
101
Snare 41
HipHop Snare 5
12
Kick 12
Rock Kick 2
57
Kick 57
Power Q Kick
102
Snare 42
Fusion Snare
13
Kick 13
Rock Kick 3
58
Kick 58
Low Kick 5
103
Snare 43
Power Snare 5
14
Kick 14
Rock Kick 4
59
Kick 59
Q Kick 2
104
Snare 44
Rock Snare 6
15
Kick 15
Rock Kick 5
60
Kick 60
Hard Kick
105
Snare 45
Low Snare
16
Kick 16
Rock Kick 6
61
Snare 1
Standard Snare 1
106
Snare 46
Latin Snare 3
17
Kick 17
Rock Kick 7
62
Snare 2
Standard Snare 2
107
Snare 47
Electronic Snare 2
18
Kick 18
Q Kick 1
63
Snare 3
Standard Snare 3
108
Snare 48
Noise Snare
19
Kick 19
R&B Kick
64
Snare 4
Standard Snare 4
109
Snare 49
Electronic Snare 3
20
Kick 20
Room Kick 1
65
Snare 5
Q Snare 1
110
Snare 50
Jazz Snare 5
21
Kick 21
Latin Kick
66
Snare 6
Q Snare 2
111
Snare 51
Electronic Snare 4
22
Kick 22
Hiphop Kick 1
67
Snare 7
Q Snare 3
112
Snare 52
Electronic Snare 5
23
Kick 23
Hiphop Kick 2
68
Snare 8
Rock Snare 1
113
Snare 53
Funk Snare 3
24
Kick 24
Hiphop Kick 3
69
Snare 9
Electronic Snare 1
114
Snare 54
Rock Snare 7
25
Kick 25
Hiphop Kick 4
70
Snare 10
Rock Snare 2
115
Snare 55
Step Snare
26
Kick 26
Hiphop Kick 5
71
Snare 11
Jazz Snare 1
116
Snare 56
Rock Snare 8
27
Kick 27
Noise Kick
72
Snare 12
Jazz Snare 2
117
Snare 57
Rock Snare 9
28
Kick 28
Ord Kick 1
73
Snare 13
HipHop Snare 1
118
Snare 58
Rock Snare 10
29
Kick 29
Ord Kick 2
74
Snare 14
Power Snare 1
119
Snare 59
HipHop Snare 6
30
Kick 30
Ord Kick 3
75
Snare 15
Funk Snare 1
120
Snare 60
Q Snare 4
31
Kick 31
Ord Kick 4
76
Snare 16
Jazz Snare 3
121
Snare 61
Power Snare 6
32
Kick 32
Ord Kick 5
77
Snare 17
Rock Snare 3
122
Sn-Sid 1
Q Snare Rim 1
33
Kick 33
Ord Kick 6
78
Snare 18
Orc Snare
123
Sn-Sid 2
Q Snare Rim 2
34
Kick 34
High Kick 1
79
Snare 19
Rock Snare 4
124
Sn-Sid 3
Q Snare Rim 3
35
Kick 35
Vol Low Kick 1
80
Snare 20
Power Snare 2
125
Sn-Sid 4
Standard Snare Rim 1
36
Kick 36
High Kick 2
81
Snare 21
Latin Snare 1
126
Sn-Sid 5
Voc Snare Rim
37
Kick 37
Vol Low Kick 2
82
Snare 22
Rock Snare 5
127
Sn-Sid 6
Standard Snare Rim 2
38
Kick 38
Room Kick 2
83
Snare 23
Jazz Snare 4
128
Sn-Sid 7
Rock Snare Rim 1
39
Kick 39
High Kick 3
84
Snare 24
Voc Snare
129
Sn-Sid 8
Electronic Snare Rim
40
Kick 40
High Kick 4
85
Snare 25
HipHop Snare 2
130
Sn-Sid 9
Jazz Snare Rim
41
Kick 41
Step Kick
86
Snare 26
Latin Snare 2
131
Sn-Sid 10
FXS Snare Rim 1
42
Kick 42
Low Kick 3
87
Snare 27
Funk Snare 2
132
Sn-Sid 11
Voc Snare Rim 2
43
Kick 43
Room Kick 3
88
Snare 28
R&B Snare 1
133
Sn-Sid 12
Jazz Snare Rim
44
Kick 44
House Kick 1
89
Snare 29
FXS Snare 1
134
Sn-Sid 13
R&B Snare Rim
45
Kick 45
Power Kick 1
90
Snare 30
R&B Snare 2
135
Sn-Sid 14
Funk Snare Rim
29
VOICE LIST
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
136
Sn-Sid 15
FXS Snare Rim 2
181
Tom-Mi 20
Latin Mid Tom 3
226
Hat-Cl 12
Rock Close 4
137
Tom-Hi 1
Q High Tom 1
182
Tom-Mi 21
Wood Mid Tom 2
227
Hat-Cl 13
R&B Close 1
138
Tom-Hi 2
Q High Tom 2
183
Tom-Mi 22
Mute Mid Tom
228
Hat-Cl 14
Standard Close 3
139
Tom-Hi 3
Q High Tom 3
184
Tom-Mi 23
Power Mid Tom 2
229
Hat-Cl 15
FXS Close 1
140
Tom-Hi 4
Q High Tom 4
185
Tom-Mi 24
Fusion Mid Tom
230
Hat-Cl 16
Standard Close 4
141
Tom-Hi 5
Standard High Tom
186
Tom-Mi 25
Q Mid Tom 3
231
Hat-Cl 17
Jazz Close 2
142
Tom-Hi 6
Rock High Tom 1
187
Tom-Lo 1
Q Low Tom 1
232
Hat-Cl 18
FXS Close 2
143
Tom-Hi 7
Jazz High Tom 1
188
Tom-Lo 2
Q Low Tom 2
233
Hat-Cl 19
Electronic Close 3
144
Tom-Hi 8
Rock High Tom 2
189
Tom-Lo 3
Q Low Tom 3
234
Hat-Cl 20
Voc Close
145
Tom-Hi 9
Funk High Tom
190
Tom-Lo 4
Standard Low Tom 1
235
Hat-Cl 21
Rock Close 5
146 Tom-Hi 10
Electronic High Tom 1
191
Tom-Lo 5
Rock Low Tom 1
236
Hat-Cl 22
Noise Close
147 Tom-Hi 11
Latin High Tom 1
192
Tom-Lo 6
FXS Low Tom
237
Hat-Cl 23
Standard Close 5
148 Tom-Hi 12
R&B High Tom
193
Tom-Lo 7
Jazz Low Tom 1
238
Hat-Cl 24
Standard Close 6
149 Tom-Hi 13
FXS High Tom 1
194
Tom-Lo 8
Rock Low Tom 2
239
Hat-Cl 25
Rock Close 6
150 Tom-Hi 14
Rock High Tom 3
195
Tom-Lo 9
Funk Low Tom
240
Hat-Op 1
Standard Open 1
151 Tom-Hi 15
Jazz High Tom 2
196
Tom-Lo 10
Jazz Low Tom 2
241
Hat-Op 2
Jazz Open 1
152 Tom-Hi 16
Old High Tom
197
Tom-Lo 11
Latin Low Tom 2
242
Hat-Op 3
Voc Open
153 Tom-Hi 17
Rock High Tom 4
198
Tom-Lo 12
Jazz Low Tom 3
243
Hat-Op 4
Rock Open 1
154 Tom-Hi 18
Wood High Tom 1
199
Tom-Lo 13
Power Low Tom 1
244
Hat-Op 5
Electronic Open 1
155 Tom-Hi 19
Electronic High Tom 2
200
Tom-Lo 14
Standard Low Tom 2
245
Hat-Op 6
Electronic Open 2
156 Tom-Hi 20
Wood High Tom 2
201
Tom-Lo 15
Room Low Tom
246
Hat-Op 7
Funk Open 1
157 Tom-Hi 21
FXS High Tom 2
202
Tom-Lo 16
Wood Low Tom 1
247
Hat-Op 8
FXS Open 1
158 Tom-Hi 22
Power High Tom
203
Tom-Lo 17
Electronic Low Tom 1
248
Hat-Op 9
Rock Open 2
159 Tom-Hi 23
Step High Tom
204
Tom-Lo 18
Noise Low Tom 1
249
Hat-Op 10
Funk Open 2
160 Tom-Hi 24
Room High Tom
205
Tom-Lo 19
Electronic Low Tom 2
250
Hat-Op 11
Electronic Open 3
161 Tom-Hi 25
Bk High Tom
206
Tom-Lo 20
R&B Low Tom 1
251
Hat-Op 12
FXS Open 2
162
Tom-Mi 1
Q Mid Tom 1
207
Tom-Lo 21
Noise Low Tom 2
252
Hat-Op 13
Standard Open 2
163
Tom-Mi 2
Q Mid Tom 2
208
Tom-Lo 22
Power Low Tom 2
253
Hat-Op 14
FXS Open 3
164
Tom-Mi 3
Standard Mid Tom 1
209
Tom-Lo 23
Hard Low Tom 1
254
Hat-Op 15
Electronic Open 4
165
Tom-Mi 4
Funk Mid Tom
210
Tom-Lo 24
Wood Low Tom 2
255
Hat-Op 16
Wood Open
166
Tom-Mi 5
Electronic Mid Tom 1
211
Tom-Lo 25
Mute Low Tom
256
Hat-Op 17
Half Open
167
Tom-Mi 6
Wood Mid Tom 1
212
Tom-Lo 26
Rock Low Tom 3
257
Hat-Op 18
R&B Open
168
Tom-Mi 7
Rock Mid Tom 1
213
Tom-Lo 27
Power Low Tom 3
258
Hat-Op 19
Jazz Open 2
169
Tom-Mi 8
Power Mid Tom 1
214
Tom-Lo 28
R&B Low Tom 2
259
Hat-Ped 1
Standard Pedal 1
170
Tom-Mi 9
Latin Mid Tom 1
215
Hat-Cl 1
Rock Close 1
260
Hat-Ped 2
Power Pedal
171 Tom-Mi 10
Rock Mid Tom 2
216
Hat-Cl 2
Jazz Close 1
261
Hat-Ped 3
Rock Pedal 1
172 Tom-Mi 11
Latin Mid Tom 2
217
Hat-Cl 3
Standard Close 1
262
Hat-Ped 4
Electronic Pedal
173 Tom-Mi 12
Standard Mid Tom 2
218
Hat-Cl 4
Funk Close 1
263
Hat-Ped 5
Rock Pedal 2
174 Tom-Mi 13
Rock Mid Tom 3
219
Hat-Cl 5
Rock Close 2
264
Hat-Ped 6
Funk Pedal 1
175 Tom-Mi 14
Room Mid Tom
220
Hat-Cl 6
Funk Close 2
265
Hat-Ped 7
Jazz Pedal 1
176 Tom-Mi 15
R&B Mid Tom
221
Hat-Cl 7
Rock Close 3
266
Crash 1
Standard Crash 1
177 Tom-Mi 16
Electronic Mid Tom 2
222
Hat-Cl 8
Electronic Close 1
267
Crash 2
Standard Crash 2
178 Tom-Mi 17
Jazz Mid Tom 1
223
Hat-Cl 9
Electronic Close 2
268
Crash 3
FXS Crash 1
179 Tom-Mi 18
HipHop Mid Tom 1
224
Hat-Cl 10
Standard Close 2
269
Crash 4
HipHop Crash
180 Tom-Mi 19
HipHop Mid Tom 2
225
Hat-Cl 11
Funk Close 3
270
Crash 5
DJ Crash
30
VOICE LIST
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
271
Crash 6
Rock Crash 1
316
China 9
Chinese Sound 9
361
Perc 42
Castinets
272
Crash 7
Rock Splash
317
China 10
Chinese Sound 10
362
Perc 43
Surdo-Mu
273
Crash 8
Electronic Crash 1
318
China 11
Chinese Sound 11
363
Perc 44
Surdo-Op
274
Crash 9
Mute Crash
319
China 12
Chinese Sound 12
364
Perc 45
Full Shaker
275
Crash 10
Voc Crash 1
320
Perc 1
CowBell 01
365
Perc 46
Full Claves
276
Crash 11
Voc Crash 2
321
Perc 2
CowBell 02
366
Perc 47
Full Cabasa
277
Crash 12
Rock Crash 2
322
Perc 3
CowBell 03
367
Perc 48
Full Maracas
278
Crash 13
Jazz Crash 1
323
Perc 4
CowBell 04
368
Perc 49
Tamute 01
279
Crash 14
Standard Crash 3
324
Perc 5
CowBell 05
369
Perc 50
Tamute 02
280
Crash 15
FXS Crash 2
325
Perc 6
CowBell 06
370
Perc 51
Tamute 03
281
Crash 16
Wood Crash
326
Perc 7
Cowbell 07
371
Fxs 1
Voice Effect 01
282
Crash 17
Electronic Crash 2
327
Perc 8
Con-Hi
372
Fxs 2
Voice Effect 02
283
Crash 18
Standard Crash 4
328
Perc 9
Con-Lo 01
373
Fxs 3
Voice Effect 03
284
Crash 19
Jazz Crash 2
329
Perc 10
Con-Lo 02
374
Fxs 4
Voice Effect 04
285
Crash 20
Standard Splash
330
Perc 11
Met Click
375
Fxs 5
Voice Effect 05
286
Crash 21
Standard Crash 5
331
Perc 12
Met Bell
376
Fxs 6
Voice Effect 06
287
Crash 22
Standard Crash 6
332
Perc 13
Hand Clap
377
Fxs 7
Voice Effect 07
288
Ride 1
Standard Ride 1
333
Perc 14
Chin Cy
378
Fxs 8
Voice Effect 08
289
Ride 2
Standard Ride 2
334
Perc 15
Tambourine
379
Fxs 9
Voice Effect 09
290
Ride 3
Rock Ride 1
335
Perc 16
Vibraslap
380
Fxs 10
Voice Effect 10
291
Ride 4
Standard Ride Bell
336
Perc 17
Bongo-Hi
381
Fxs 11
Voice Effect 11
292
Ride 5
Crash Ride
337
Perc 18
Bongo-Lo
382
Fxs 12
Voice Effect 12
293
Ride 6
Rock Ride 2
338
Perc 19
Conga-Mu
383
Fxs 13
Voice Effect 13
294
Ride 7
Electronic Ride 1
339
Perc 20
Conga-Op
384
Fxs 14
Voice Effect 14
295
Ride 8
FXS Ride 1
340
Perc 21
Conga-Lo
385
Fxs 15
Voice Effect 15
296
Ride 9
Electronic Ride 2
341
Perc 22
Timbale-Hi
386
Fxs 16
Voice Effect 16
297
Ride 10
Voc Ride
342
Perc 23
Timbale-Lo
387
Fxs 17
Voice Effect 17
298
Ride 11
Wood Ride
343
Perc 24
Agogo-Hi
388
Fxs 18
Voice Effect 18
299
Ride 12
FXS Ride 2
344
Perc 25
Agogo-Lo
389
Fxs 19
Voice Effect 19
300
Ride 13
Jazz Ride 1
345
Perc 26
Cabasa
390
Fxs 20
Voice Effect 20
301
Ride 14
Electronic Ride 3
346
Perc 27
Maracas
391
Fxs 21
Voice Effect 21
302
Ride 15
Electronic Ride 4
347
Perc 28
Whistle-Sh
392
Fxs 22
Voice Effect 22
303
Ride 16
Standard Ride 3
348
Perc 29
Whistle-Lg
393
Fxs 23
Voice Effect 23
304
Ride 17
Jazz Ride 2
349
Perc 30
Guiro-Sh
394
Fxs 24
Voice Effect 24
305
Ride 18
FXS Ride 3
350
Perc 31
Guiro-Lg
395
Fxs 25
Voice Effect 25
306
Ride 19
Pride Bell 1
351
Perc 32
Claves
396
Fxs 26
Voice Effect 26
307
Ride 20
Pride Bell 2
352
Perc 33
Block-Hi
397
Fxs 27
Voice Effect 27
308
China 1
Chinese Sound 1
353
Perc 34
Block-Lo
398
Fxs 28
Voice Effect 28
309
China 2
Chinese Sound 2
354
Perc 35
Cuica-Mu
399
Fxs 29
Voice Effect 29
310
China 3
Chinese Sound 3
355
Perc 36
Cuica-Op
400
Fxs 30
Voice Effect 30
311
China 4
Chinese Sound 4
356
Perc 37
Trian-Mu
401
Fxs 31
Voice Effect 31
312
China 5
Chinese Sound 5
357
Perc 38
Trian-Op
402
Fxs 32
Voice Effect 32
313
China 6
Chinese Sound 6
358
Perc 39
Shaker
403
Fxs 33
Voice Effect 33
314
China 7
Chinese Sound 7
359
Perc 40
Jingle Bell
404
Fxs 34
Voice Effect 34
315
China 8
Chinese Sound 8
360
Perc 41
Bell Tree
405
Fxs 35
Voice Effect 35
31
VOICE LIST
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
No.
Display
Description
406
Fxs 36
Voice Effect 36
411
Fxs 41
Voice Effect 41
416
Fxs 46
Voice Effect 46
407
Fxs 37
Voice Effect 37
412
Fxs 42
Voice Effect 42
417
Fxs 47
Voice Effect 47
408
Fxs 38
Voice Effect 38
413
Fxs 43
Voice Effect 43
418
Fxs 48
Voice Effect 48
409
Fxs 39
Voice Effect 39
414
Fxs 44
Voice Effect 44
410
Fxs 40
Voice Effect 40
415
Fxs 45
Voice Effect 45
INDEX
1 - 60
61 - 121
122 - 136
137 - 161
162 - 186
187 - 214
215 - 239
240 - 258
259 - 265
266 - 287
288 - 307
308 - 319
320 - 370
371 - 418
Kick drum
Snare head
Snare rim
Hi-Tom
Middle-Tom
Low-Tom
Hi-Hat close
Hi-Hat open
Hi-Hat pedal
Cash Cymbal
Ride Cymbal
Chinese percussion sound
Other percussion sound
Effect sound
32
SPECIFICATIONS
Pad
Configuration
3 X 8” Tom (without rim), 8” Snare (double rims), 12” Crash cymbal (with edge
and choke), 12” Ride cymbal (without edge and choke), 8” Hi-Hat, 8” Kick, Hi-Hat
pedal
Voice
Drum Kit
Demo Song
Sound Effects
Equalizer
Metronome
Count Exercise
418
80 including 50 preset kits and 30 user kits
52, Full, Drum Only and Mute mode
Reverb effect with professional DSP processor
8 preset types
Tempo, Time signature, Sound
1 – 3 minutes
Setup Menu
Accomp & Drum volume for Demo, Master tuning, count sensitivity, Equalizer,
Advanced (Sensitivity, Dynamic range, Velocity Curve, Cross talk, Hi-Hat Pedal),
Reset
Pad Edit
Voice, Volume, Pan, Pitch, Reverb level,
Record
10 Songs
Display
Custom back-light LCD
Power
9V DC
Aux. Socket
Headphone, Line In/Out, USB, Power In
33
HD-008 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. 2.04-A
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