Crimson Drum Module User Guide
User Guide
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Introduction
Box Contents
Crimson Drum Module
User Guide
Power Adapter
Safety & Warranty Manual
USB Cable
Support
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Features
Top Panel
1. Power Input: Connect this input to a power
outlet using the included power adapter.
2. USB Port: Connect a USB flash drive to this
USB port to record songs to it, load samples
from it, save kits to it, or load kits from it.
See Operation > USB Drive to learn more.
Important: Your USB flash drive must use a
FAT32 file system to work properly with the
drum module.
3. Power Button: Press this button to power
the drum module on or off.
4. Master Volume: Turn this knob to adjust the
volume level of the outputs on the rear panel.
5. Phones Volume: Turn this knob to adjust
the volume level of the phones output on
the rear panel.
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6. Display: This screen shows various menus
and options to help you configure and use the
drum module. See Operation to learn more.
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7. Menu: Press this button to access the Kit
Menu in the display.
8. Down: Press this button to move down one option in the display.
9. Up: Press this button to move up one option in the display.
10. Enter: Press this to confirm your selection or to enter a submenu.
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11. Exit: Press this button to cancel your selection or to exit a submenu.
12. Dial: Turn this dial to adjust the setting of the currently selected item in the display
(number values, kits, songs, etc.). Alternatively, use the Left () and Right () buttons.
13. Click: Press this button to activate or deactivate the built-in metronome (“click”). When
you activate it, the Metronome settings will also appear in the display, which you can
adjust. See Operation > Metronome to learn more.
14. Song: Press this button to access the Song Selection page in the display. See Operation
> Songs to learn more.
15. Kit: Press this button to access the Kit Selection page in the display. See Operation >
Kits to learn more.
16. Save: Press this button to save the settings of the current kit. See Operation > Kits to
learn more.
17. Tempo: Press this button to view the current tempo in the display. See Operation >
Metronome to learn more.
18. Record: Press this button to record-arm the drum module. To start recording, hit a drum
pad, press Enter, or press Start/Stop. To cancel recording, press Exit or Record. See
Operation > Songs to learn more.
19. Start/Stop: Press this button to play or stop a song. When the drum module is recordarmed, press this button to start recording.
20. Left (): Press this button to decrease the value of the selected item (or move to the
previous setting) in the display. Alternatively, turn the dial.
21. Right (): Press this button to increase the value of the selected item (or move to the next
setting) in the display. Alternatively, turn the dial.
Rear Panel
1. Phones Output: Connect 1/8” (3.5 mm)
stereo headphones (sold separately) to this
input. Control the volume by turning the
Phones Volume knob on the top panel.
2. Aux Input: Connect an additional audio player
(smartphone, tablet, etc.) to this input using a
standard 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo/TRS cable. The
sound will be mixed with the drum module’s
sounds.
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3. Outputs: Connect your audio interface, mixer, powered monitors, etc. to these outputs
using standard 1/4” (6.35 mm) TRS cables.
4. Crash Trigger Input: Connect an optional cymbal pad to this input using a standard 1/4”
(6.35 mm) TS cable. Hitting the pad will trigger an additional crash cymbal sound.
5. Tom 4 Trigger Input: Connect an optional drum pad to this input using a standard 1/4”
(6.35 mm) TS cable. Hitting the pad will trigger an additional low tom sound.
6. MIDI In: Connect an external MIDI device (sequencer, drum machine, etc.) to this input
using a standard 5-pin MIDI cable.
7. MIDI Out: Connect an external MIDI device (synthesizer, sound module, etc.) to this
output using a standard 5-pin MIDI cable.
8. USB MIDI Port: Connect this USB port to a computer using a standard USB cable. The
drum module will send MIDI messages to your computer over this connection.
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Operation
Kits
A kit in the drum module is a selection of sounds that you can play with the pads of your
electronic drum kit.
To select a kit:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select a kit. To switch between the preset
kits (001–050) and user kits (051–070), press Kit.
You can use each kit immediately after it appears in the display.
Note: To learn how to select a kit on a USB flash drive, see the USB Drive chapter.
You can change certain parameters of each kit, letting you customize its overall sound.
To edit a kit:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. On this page:
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To select a parameter you want to edit, use the Down and Up buttons: Kit (the large
option in the center of the display), Volume, EQ High, EQ Middle, and EQ Low.
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To change the setting or value, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
3. When you are done editing, we recommend saving the kit. See the instructions later in this
chapter to learn how to do this.
In a kit, each sound is called a “voice.” You can change each voice and set some of its
parameters, letting you customize the collection of sounds in a kit.
To edit a voice:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Voice, and then press Enter.
4. Hit the pad whose voice you want to edit. The pad’s name will appear at the top of the
display. Alternatively, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
5. The display will show the pad’s current voice and its parameters. On this page:
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To select a parameter you want to edit, use the Down and Up buttons:
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Voice Name: The pad’s current voice.
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Volume: The pad’s volume (00–16).
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Pan: The pad’s position in the stereo field (-08 to +08). Negative values
correspond to the left side, and positive values correspond to the right side. 00
is the center.
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Pitch: The pad’s pitch offset in semitones (-08 to +08).
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Reverb: The amount of reverb effect applied to the pad’s sound (00–16).
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Decay: The amount of time it takes for the pad’s sound to decay (-05–00). 00 is
the default and the longest amount of time. -05 is a very short time.
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Mode: The pad’s playback mode:
 Poly (polyphonic): Each hit will trigger the sample and allow the sample to
“overlap” itself if you hit it several times.
 Mono (monophonic): Each hit will trigger the sample and instantly silence
any previous sample from the pad that is still playing.
 Loop: Each hit will trigger the sample. When it reaches the end of the
sample, it will return to the beginning. Hit the pad again to stop the loop.
 Stop: Hitting the pad will silence all samples, stop song playback, and
deactivate the metronome.
 Tmp (tempo): Hit the pad several times at a regular rate to change the
tempo to match that rate. Each hit will also trigger the sample.
 Clk (click): Each hit will activate or deactivate the metronome.
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Mute Group: The pad’s mute group (00–16). Normally, when you hit a pad while
another triggered sample is playing, the new sample will overlap the currently
playing one. When you hit a pad in a mute group, all other samples whose pads
are in the same mute group will stop playing immediately.
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Pad Song: The song that starts when you hit the pad. The song will stop when you
hit it again. If the Mode is set to Stop (described above), this feature will not work.
To edit the parameter’s setting or value, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
6. When you are done editing, we recommend saving the kit. See below to learn how to do this.
You can also save the current sounds and settings as a user kit.
To save a kit:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select the kit you want to save. To switch
between the preset kits (001–050) and user kits (051–070), press Kit.
3. Press Save. Rename Kit will appear at the top of the display.
4. Optional: On this page:
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To change the currently selected character, turn the dial.
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To move to the next or previous character, press the Left () or Right () buttons.
5. After entering the name of the new kit, press Down to select Save (to continue saving the
kit) or Cancel (to cancel and return to the Kit Selection page.
6. The desired user kit and Save? will appear in the display.
7. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select a user kit.
8. To confirm your choice, press Enter to confirm your choice. Save OK! will appear briefly in
the display.
To cancel the operation at any point, press Exit.
Note: To learn how to save a kit to a USB flash drive, see the USB Drive chapter.
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Songs
There are 120 preset songs that you can play along to. Each song has a drum part and
accompaniment. You can adjust the volume of each so you can listen to the drum part, and
then lower its volume and play along using your electronic drum kit.
To play a song:
1. Press Song to enter the Song Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
To switch between the preset songs and user songs (001–120 and 121–125) and the
songs available on a USB flash drive, press Song.
2. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select a song.
3. Optional: On this page:
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To select a parameter you want to edit, use the Down and Up buttons: Song (the
large option in the center of the display), Accomp Vol, and Drum Vol.
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To change the setting or value, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
4. Press Start/Stop to play the song. Press Start/Stop again to stop it.
Important: In order to play audio files or MIDI files properly on the drum module, make sure
the files are formatted in the following way:
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MIDI files must be Standard MIDI Files (SMF), Type 0. The track number must be less than
16, the PPQN must be 480 or less, and the file size must be 128 kb or less.
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WAV files must be mono 16-bit and use a sampling rate of 48 kHz or lower.
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MP3 files must use a bit rate of 320 kbps or lower and a sampling rate of 48 kHz or lower.
You can record your performances and save them to the drum module’s built-in memory or to
a connected USB flash drive.
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When using the module’s internal memory, you can record up to 5 user songs as MIDI files.
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When using a USB flash drive, you can record up to 99 user songs as MP3 audio files.
To record a song:
1. To record a song with accompaniment, press Song to enter the Song Selection page.
To record a song with your drum performance only (no accompaniment), press Kit to enter
the Kit Selection page.
2. Press Record to record-arm the drum module. The button will flash, and Record to
Usersong___? will appear in the display.
3. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select an available user song.
4. To start recording, hit a pad or press Start/Stop. A pre-count will appear in the display.
When Recording… appears in the display, the song is recording (if you are recording a
song with accompaniment, it will begin playing). The length of the recording will be shown
at the top of the display.
To cancel recording instead, press Record.
5. When you are done recording, press Start/Stop. Saving… will appear in the display. The
previous page will return when saving is completed.
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Metronome
The built-in metronome (or “click track”) can help you keep a steady tempo while playing.
To activate or deactivate the metronome, press Click.
When you activate the metronome, its settings will also appear in the display, which you can
adjust. On this page:
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To select a parameter you want to edit, use the Down and Up buttons: Time Sig (the
time signature), Volume, Interval (how often the metronome clicks), Sound, and Output
(whether the metronome plays through all of the module’s outputs [All] or just the phones
output [Phones]).
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To change the setting or value, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
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To exit the page, press Exit, or press Click to deactivate the metronome.
To change the tempo:
1. Press Tempo. The current tempo will appear in the display.
2. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to set the tempo.
3. Press Exit or Tempo to return to the previous page.
Trigger Settings
The drum module also lets you customize the settings of each trigger (drum pad or cymbal
pad). You can change its parameters, letting you customize your kit to your playing style.
These settings are “global” and therefore apply to all kits.
To edit your trigger setting:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Trigger, and then press Enter.
4. Hit the pad whose voice you want to edit. The pad’s name will appear at the top of the
display. Alternatively, use the Down and Up buttons to select the pad’s name at the top of
the display, and then use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to change it.
5. The display will show the current trigger and its parameters. On this page:
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To select a parameter you want to edit, use the Down and Up buttons (not all
parameters are available for all pads):
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Sensitivity: The sensitivity of the head (center) of a drum pad. Higher values let
you produce louder sounds with less force. Lower values require more force to
produce quieter sounds.
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Rim Sens: The sensitivity of the rim of a drum pad. Higher values let you
produce louder sounds with less force. Lower values require more force to
produce quieter sounds.
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Head-Rim Adj: The amount of crosstalk reduction between the head (center)
and rim of a drum pad. Higher values reduce the probability that the pad’s rim
sound will be triggered when you play its head only and vice versa (due to the
force being transferred through the pad). Don’t set this value too high, though! If
this value is too high, you may not be able to trigger its sound if you intentionally
play both the head and rim at the same time; it may be silenced because the
module incorrectly interprets the hit as crosstalk.
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Threshold: The amount of force required to trigger the sound.
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Xtalk: The amount of crosstalk reduction. Higher values reduce the probability
that the pad’s sound will be triggered when you play another pad (due to the
force being transferred through a rack, through the floor, etc.). Don’t set this
value too high, though! If this value is too high, you may not be able to trigger its
sound if you play another pad at the same time; it may be silenced because the
module incorrectly interprets the hit as crosstalk.
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Curve: The velocity curve of the pad. This controls the relationship between the
amount of playing force and the volume level of the pad’s sound.
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Retrig Cancel: The required amount of time between successive hits of the pad
to produce the sound for both hits.
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MIDI Note: When the drum module’s USB MIDI port or MIDI Out is connected to
a computer or external MIDI device, the pad will send this MIDI note to it. If you are
not using those connections, this setting will not affect the trigger or its sound.
Kick Drum
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Tom 3 (Center)
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Crash 1
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Snare Drum (Center) 38
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Tom 3 (Rim)
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Crash 1 (Edge)
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Snare Rim
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Tom 4 (Center)
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Crash 2
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Tom 1 (Center)
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Tom 4 (Rim)
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Crash 2 (Edge)
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Tom 1 (Rim)
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Ride Bow
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Hi-Hat Open
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Tom 2 (Center)
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Ride Edge
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Hi-Hat Closed
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Tom 2 (Rim)
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Ride Bell
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Hi-Hat Pedal
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Hi-Hat Splash
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Splash Sens: The sensitivity of the hi-hat pedal to create a “splash” sound
rather than the usual “closed pedal” sound.
To edit the parameter’s setting or value, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
6. To save your changes, press Save. Otherwise, your changes will be lost when you power
off the drum module.
7. Press Exit to return to the previous page.
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Utility
The Utility menu lets you configure various settings for the module itself.
To use the Utility menu:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Utility, and then press Enter.
4. The display will show the Utility menu. On this page:
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To select an option, use the Down and Up buttons:
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GM Mode: When activated (On), MIDI messages sent into the drum module’s
MIDI In will trigger sounds from the General MIDI (GM) specification. When
deactivated (Off), MIDI messages sent into the drum module’s MIDI In will
trigger the module’s internal sounds (the ones played by each kit). See MIDI to
learn more about this.
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Local Ctrl: When activated (On), playing the pads connected to the drum
module will trigger the drum module’s internal sounds. When deactivated (Off),
playing the pads will send MIDI notes from the drum module to a connected
computer or MIDI device. See Trigger Settings to learn how to set the MIDI
notes. See MIDI to learn how to use the drum module to send MIDI.
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Lefty Mode: When activated (On), the pads connected to the drum module are
reversed to accommodate left-handed playing.
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Auto Power: This feature sets the drum module to power off automatically if it is
not used for a certain amount of time. You can set this to 30 minutes, 60
minutes, or turn it off (Off).
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Contrast: The display’s contrast.
To edit the parameter’s setting or value, use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons.
5. Press Exit to return to the previous page.
USB Drive
You can use the drum module with a USB flash drive to record songs to it, load samples from
it, save kits to it, or load kits from it.
Your USB flash drive can have a capacity of 4–64 GB, and it must use a FAT32 file system to
work properly with the drum module.
To format a connected USB flash drive:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter.
4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Format, and then press Enter.
5. The display will show The USB memory will be erased! Enter or Exit?
To format the drive (which will also erase its contents), press Enter.
To cancel formatting, press Exit.
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You can also load your own samples to use as voices within a kit. Each sample must be a 16bit mono WAV file with a maximum size of 15 MB. It can have a sampling rate of 48, 44.1, 32,
22.05, or 11.025 kHz.
Note: Samples that you have loaded to the drum module can only be deleted all at once. In
other words, if you have loaded multiple samples into a kit (or to multiple kits), you cannot
delete only one of your samples; you must delete all of them.
To load a sample from a USB flash drive:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter.
4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Sample Load, and then press Enter. A list of your
samples will appear in the display.
5. Use the Down and Up buttons to select a sample, and then press Enter.
6. When Load to User Voice? appears in the display, press Enter to load the sample or Exit
to cancel. You may need to wait a minute for the sample to load, depending on its size.
To save a kit to a USB flash drive:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select the kit you want to save. To switch
between the preset kits (001–050) and user kits (051–070), press Kit.
3. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter.
5. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Kit Save, and then press Enter.
6. Use the Down and Up buttons to select a kit number (00–99). A number with no name
next to it indicates an empty kit. A number with a name next to it indicates a saved kit.
7. To save the kit to the selected number, press Enter. If the number already has a kit saved
to it, Data will be overwritten! Enter or Exit? will appear in the display. Press Enter to
overwrite the kit or Exit to return to the list of kits.
To cancel, press Exit.
To load a kit from a USB flash drive:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter.
4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Kit Load, and then press Enter.
5. Use the Down and Up buttons to select a kit number (00–99). A number with no name
next to it indicates an empty kit. A number with a name next to it indicates a saved kit.
6. To load the selected kit, press Enter.
7. When Load to User___? appears in the display, use the dial or Left () and Right ()
buttons to select the desired “destination” user kit number.
8. Press Enter to load the kit or Exit to cancel. You may need to wait a minute for the kit to
load, depending on its size.
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MIDI
You can connect the drum module to another MIDI device, allowing you to do any of the following:
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use your Crimson Mesh Kit to trigger sounds in software on your computer (connected to
the drum module’s USB MIDI port)
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use your Crimson Mesh Kit to trigger sounds in an external MIDI sound module or
synthesizer (connected to the drum module’s MIDI Out)
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use another MIDI device (connected to the drum module’s MIDI In) to trigger sounds in
the Crimson Drum Module
To change the MIDI note number sent by each pad, see Trigger Settings.
You may need to adjust some settings in the drum module to ensure all MIDI communication
can be properly sent or received.
To adjust the MIDI settings:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Utility, and then press Enter. The display will
show the Utility menu.
4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select GM Mode.
5. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select On or Off.
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On: MIDI messages sent into the drum module’s MIDI In will trigger sounds from the
General MIDI (GM) specification.
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Off: MIDI messages sent into the drum module’s MIDI In will trigger the module’s
internal sounds (the ones played by each kit).
6. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Local Ctrl.
7. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select On or Off.
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On: Playing the pads connected to the drum module will trigger the drum module’s
internal sounds.
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Off: Playing the pads will send MIDI notes from the drum module to a connected
computer (connected to the USB MIDI port) or MIDI device (connected to the MIDI
Out). See Trigger Settings to learn how to set the MIDI notes.
8. Press Exit to return to the Kit Menu. Press it once more to return to the Kit Selection page.
Accessing the module’s programs: You can use an external MIDI device (e.g., a MIDI
keyboard or sequencer) to access the drum module’s other sound libraries (“programs”), such
as piano, bass, strings, etc. Select a different program by sending a Program Change
message from your external device. Each program uses a dedicated MIDI channel (1–16).
Channel 10 is reserved for the drum sounds.
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To record to an external sequencer:
1. Use a standard MIDI cable (sold separately) to connect the drum module’s MIDI Out to
your sequencer’s MIDI In. Use another MIDI cable to connect the sequencer’s MIDI Out to
your module’s MIDI In.
2. Set the active track of your sequencer to Channel 10, and start recording.
3. Play your electronic drum kit!
4. Stop recording on your sequencer. Your performance has been recorded.
Factory Reset
To return the drum module to its original default settings:
1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Factory Reset, and then press Enter.
4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select which settings you want to return to the defaults:
5. Kit (only the user kits), Song (only the user songs), Voice (only the user voices), Trigger
Settings (all trigger settings), or All (all of the above).
6. When All data will be lost! Enter or Exit? appears in the display, press Enter to continue
or Exit to cancel.
7. Wait a minute while the module restores its default settings. After Reset OK! appears in
the display, the default settings are restored.
8. Press Exit to return to the previous page.
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Appendix
Kits
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Kit
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Kit
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Kit
Jazz Brush
1
Acoustic 1
18
Marimba
35
2
Funk
19
Vibraphone
36
Big Band
3
Standard 1
20
HipHop
37
Brush
4
Rock
21
909
38
Magic
5
Power
22
Dance
39
FunkBand
6
Jazz
23
Electronic
40
Old School
7
808
24
Drum & Bass
41
R&B
8
Pop
25
House
42
Studio 1
9
1970s
26
Techno
43
Studio 2
10
Latin
27
Noise
44
Standard 2
11
FX Mix
28
Junkyard
45
Vintage
12
Percussion 1
29
Lo-Fi
46
Acoustic 2
13
Percussion 2
30
Reggae
47
Live
14
Indian
31
Ska
48
Room
15
African
32
Songo
49
Metal
16
World
33
Fusion
50
90s Power
17
Orchestra
34
Jazz Latin
Velocity Curves
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Volume
02
03
Volume
Volume
Velocity
Velocity
Velocity
04
05
06
Volume
Volume
Volume
Velocity
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Velocity
Velocity
Default Trigger MIDI Note Assignments
Trigger
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Trigger
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Trigger
Kick Drum
36
Tom 3 (Center)
43
Crash 1
#
49
Snare Drum (Center)
38
Tom 3 (Rim)
58
Crash 1 (Edge)
55
Snare Rim
40
Tom 4 (Center)
41
Crash 2
57
Tom 1 (Center)
48
Tom 4 (Rim)
39
Crash 2 (Edge)
52
Tom 1 (Rim)
50
Ride Bow
51
Hi-Hat Open
46
Tom 2 (Center)
45
Ride Edge
59
Hi-Hat Closed
42
Tom 2 (Rim)
47
Ride Bell
53
Hi-Hat Pedal
44
Hi-Hat Splash
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Technical Specifications
Maximum Polyphony
64 voices
Kits
70 (50 preset + 20 user)
9 General MIDI kits
Sounds
628 sounds/voices (drum, percussion, effect)
14 hi-hat combination voices
Up to 99 user-loaded samples, 16 MB total
Sequencer
125 patterns (120 preset songs + 5 user songs)
Up to 99 user songs in 1 folder on USB flash drive
192 ticks per beat
Real-time record
Approx. 6800 notes per user song
Tempo
30–280 BPM
Display
64 x 128 pixel, monochrome, backlit display
Connectors
(1) DB-25 cable snake
(1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) TS Crash 2
(1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) TS Tom 4
(2) 1/4” (6.35 mm) TRS main ouputs
(1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo headphone output
(1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo auxiliary input
(1) 5-pin MIDI input
(1) 5-pin MIDI output
(1) USB MIDI port
(1) USB host port
Power
9 VDC, 500 mA, center-positive
Dimensions
9.1” x 6.3” x 2.7”
230 mm x 160 mm x 69 mm
(width x depth x height)
Weight
1.1 lbs.
0.5 kg
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Trademarks and Licenses
Alesis is a trademark of inMusic Brands, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other
product or company names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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