Roland DP-1000 Instruction manual

DP-1000
Owner ’s Manual
SIXTA PAD
Thank you for purchasing the SIXTA PAD. Before you use your new instrument, we recommend you to read
through this entire manual, before you start to operate it.
Important safety instructions
For your own safety you must read through this chapter at first completely!
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Risk of electrical shocks!
Only connect the device using the mains adaptor supplied to a properly wired and earthed mains power
socket providing mains voltage of 230 V ~ /50 Hz.
Do not operate the device if the power adaptor, its cord or the mains plug is damaged.
Never submerse the device in water. Wipe it with a slightly moistened cloth only.
Do not expose the device to rain and never use it in a damp or wet environment. Make sure that the power
adaptor or the adaptor cable never becomes wet or moist during use.
Never subject the device to direct sunlight, excessive high temperatures or dust.
This instrument contains digital circuitry and may cause interference if placed too close to radio or television
receivers. If this occurs, move the instrument further away from the affected equipment.
Under no circumstances may you open the housing of the device or the adaptor. Should you do so your
safety would not be assured and the warranty will become void. There are no operational components whatsoever inside, only really high voltage that can give you a deadly shock!
Do not place objects containing fluids, e.g. flower vases or beer bottles, on or near the device.
Notice regarding disconnection from mains-power:
To completely disconnect the device from mains power, you must disconnect the adaptor from the power
socket. For this reason the device should be placed in a position where unobstructed access to the power
socket is assured at all times, so that in an emergency you will be able to immediately pull out the adaptor.
To eliminate the risk of fire you should completely disconnect the adaptor from the power socket when the
device is not going to be used.
Always grasp the power adaptor itself. Do not pull on the cord and never touch the power adaptor with wet
hands as this could result in a short circuit or an electrical shock. Do not place the device, speakers or anything else on the adaptor cord and make sure that it does not become clamped. Never tie knots in the adaptor cord and do not bind it together with other cables. Lay the adaptor cord so that no one can step on or
stumble over it. A damaged power adaptor can cause a fire or an electrical shock. Check the power adaptor
and its cord from time to time. Should it become damaged contact our customer service department to have
it replaced.
NEVER use the unit under the following conditions:
> In places subject to vibrations, bumps, or dust.
> In places with a temperature of over 45 °C/113 °F or less than 2 °C/35.6 °F.
> In places subject to excessive dryness or humidity (ideal conditions are between 35% and 80%).
Risk of fire!
• Never leave the device unattended during operation.
• Do not place open fire sources, such as candles, on the device.
• Never operate the device in the vicinity of heat sources such as cookers, heating elements or other heat
producing installations.
• Before a storm and/or a thunderstorm with a risk of lightning, please disconnect the device from the electrical power source.
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Risk of personal injury!
This appliance is not intended for use by individuals (including children) with restricted physical, physiological or intellectual abilities or deficiencies in experience and/or knowledge unless they are supervised by a
person responsible for their safety or receive from this person instruction in how the appliance is to be used.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Provide a stable location for the device.
Do not operate the device if it has sustained a fall or is damaged. Have the device checked or, if necessary,
repaired by qualified technicians.
Important! Never play the drums with high volume level. Listening to music with high sound pressure
level, especially when using headphones, may cause permanent damage to your hearing!
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Handling the unit
• Never apply excessive force to the controls, connectors or other parts of the instrument.
• Always unplug cables by gripping the plug firmly, but not pulling on the cable.
• To avoid damage to the instrument and other devices to which it is connected, turn the power switches of all
related device OFF prior to connecting or disconnecting cables.
• Physical shocks caused by dropping, bumping, or placing heavy objects on the instrument can result in
scratches and more serious damage.
• The normal function of the product may be disturbed by strong electromagnetic interference. If so, simply
reset the product to resume normal operation by following the instruction manual. In case the function could
not be resumed, please use the product in another location.
• ESD, fast transient and surge may cause the unit to temporarily malfunction. Then switch the device off and
on again to resume normal operation.
Cleaning the unit
• Clean the unit with a dry soft cloth.
• A slightly damp cloth may be used to remove stubborn grime and dirt.
• Never use cleaners such as alcohol or thinner.
Disposal
Never throw the device into the regular household waste at the end of its useful life. This product is
subject to the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Dispose of the device through an approved disposal centre or at your community waste facility.
Observe the current existing regulations. In case of doubt contact your disposal facility.
QQ The packaging is certified via a dual system. Take all packaging materials to an environmentally friendly
disposal facility in compliance with the local regulations.
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Table of contents
Important safety instructions........................................................................................ 2
Disposal........................................................................................................................ 3
Features & technical specifiactions............................................................................... 4
The operating elements . . ........................................................................................... 5
. . . on the top panel............................................................................................. 5
. . . on the rear panel............................................................................................. 6
I/O introduction............................................................................................................ 7
Functions...................................................................................................................... 7
Operational guide......................................................................................................... 8
Appendix 1................................................................................................................. 14
Appendix 2................................................................................................................. 14
Features & technical specifications
XX 6 velocity sensitive drum pads
XX 3 x 7 segment LED main display
XX 178 drum sounds, 30 drum Kits (10 preset, 20 user)
XX 17 demo songs, 3 accompaniments
XX Metronome function
XX Recording function
XX Power: AC adaptor (9 V / 1000 mA
XX Jacks:
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DC inX
MIDI OUTX
HH CTRL pedal and KICK pedalX
Line-outX
HeadphoneX
Mix Input
XX Dimension: 365 (L) x 295 (W) x 60 (H) mm
XX Weight: 2.15 kg
XX Accessories: DC 9V power adaptor (included), 4 screws for stand mounting
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The operating elements . . .
. . . on the top panel
q LED:
This display indicates the value of each parameter
wDRUM:
This button is used to enter the kit menu
e PAD:
This button is used to enter the drum pad menu
r SONG:
This button is used to enter the demo song menu
tMETRO:
This button is used to turn on/off the metronome
yVALUE/RHYTHM:
This button is used to enable value rhythm
parameter settings
u GAIN/TEMPO:
This button is used to enable Gain/Tempo
parameter settings
i PAD/ASSIGN:
This button is used to enable Pad/Assign
parameter settings
o BRUSH SET/BEAT:
This button is used to enable Brush parameter and
Beat settings
a :
This button is used to change values in
decreasing sequence
s :
This button is used to change values in
increasing sequence
d REC:
This button is used to enter recording mode
f PLAY:
This button is used to start/stop the demo song,
Metronome, and Recording
1$ SAVE:
This button is used to save parameter values.
1% DRUM OFF:
This button is used to turn the drum sound off
and on
1^ MIDI OUT:
Outputs a MIDI signal
1& PADS:
6 velocity sensitive pads
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. . . on the rear panel
q POWER:
This switch is used to turn the SIXTA PAD on and off
w DC IN:
Connects to a DC 9V adapter
e MIDI OUT:
Outputs the MIDI signal
r HH CTRL:
HI-HAT pedal jack
t KICK:
KICK Pedal jack
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y OUTPUT:
Output signal jacks, L(MONO), R
u PHONES:
Headphone jack
i MIX:
External audio input jack
o VOLUME:
Volume control
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I/O introduction
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Power Supply/DC Power Adapter
Only use the 9V DC power adaptor enclosed to power the Sixta Pad. Always turn
off the instrument before plugging in or unplugging the adaptor. Unplug the DC
power adaptor if the instrument will not be used.
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Phones
You can monitor your drum sounds.
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Output
Outputs the signal to an amplifier.
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HH CTRL and KICK
Supports Hi-Hat pedal and Kick pedals.
When the Hi-HAT socket is unplugged, hit the Hi-HAT pad, which will trigger the
CLOSED Hi-HAT sound.
QQ When a Hi-Hat pedal is plugged into the HH CTRL input, the CLOSED sound is
triggered by hitting the Hi-Hat pad while pressing the pedal. The OPEN sound is
triggered by hitting the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the pedal. The sound of the
Hi-Hat is triggered by pressing the pedal only.
QQ When a pedal is plugged into the KICK input, press the pedal to get the sound of
a bass drum.
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NOTE: HH CTRL jack and KICK jack are interchangeable.
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Mix
An external audio device can be plugged into MIX to mix with the sound of the
Sixta Pad and played back through the OUTPUT or PHONES jacks.
Functions
Drum kit
There are 30 drum kit settings in the Sixta Pad, 10 factory presets and 20 user presets.
You can set the tone of each pad.
You can control the sensitivity and volume of each pad.
You can set and save 20 drum kits.
178 different instrument patches to allow each pad sound to be programmed.
QQ Demo song
There are 17 drum songs, and each song can be repeated.
There are 3 accompaniments; each accompaniment can be replayed repeatedly.
The drum sound in the accompaniment can be turned off.
The volume of the accompaniments is adjustable.
QQ Metronome
You can set rhythm, beat, tempo and tone in metronome mode.
QQ Recording
Record the drumbeat and demo songs when a DEMO song is playing.
Real time MIDI OUT.
Supports Hi-Hat pedal and kick pedal.
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Operational guide
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Power switch, volume control
Switch the POWER button to ON, the DISPLAY will light up for 1 second. Choose a drum kit.
The drum kit menu is the default menu after powering on. Turn the VOLUME knob to control the volume.
QQ How to set up a drum kit
1. Press DRUM button to enter the drum kit menu. Press the  or  arrow buttons to select the drum
kit. The display will show the current kit number (Presets P01-P10, user drum kits U11-U30)
2. Press PAD button to enter the pad menu in user drum kit mode. The pad number is displayed
(including pedal HI-HAT OPEN HI-HAT kick drum). Tap the pad or press the pedal to select the pad
(1-9 ), or press / to select the pad.
3. Press GAIN/TEMPO button to set the sensitivity of the pad, When the GAIN/TEMPO key lights up,
press / to select the sensitivity (1-10 ). (Only the sensitivity of pads is adjustable. If using a HiHAT or KICK pedal, press the pedal when setting the sensitivity.)
4. Press VALUE/RHYTHM to set the pad volume. When the VALUE/RHYTHM key lights up, press /
to adjust the volume (1 -10 )
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5. Press PAD ASSIGN to set the tone for each pad. Press / to select a sound.
S01 - S10 Snare drum
b01 - b12 Kick drum
t-01 - t49 Tom toms
C01 - C28 Cymbals
E01 - E79 Other percussion
6. Press BRUSH SET/BEAT to select a pad for pedal HI-HAT. When BRUSH SET/BEAT lights up, press
/ to select a pad (1-6 ).
7. Press SAVE to save all parameter values you have selected. Values can only be saved in user drum
kit settings.
8. Press PLAY to start/stop DEMO song.
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Play a Demo Song
1. In DRUM mode or METRO mode, press SONG to enter the DEMO SONG menu. The current
number of the song is displayed. Demo songs (1-17 drum sound; 18-20 accompaniment, loop) can
be selected by pressing /. Press SONG again to exit the menu.
Press
to mute the drum part of songs 18-20 and to play along to the song yourself.
d01 - d17 Drum songs
d18 - d20 Accompaniments
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2. Press GAIN/TEMPO to enter the tempo menu. Press / to adjust the tempo (30-260 bpm). The
tempo is displayed. (Selecting a new song will reset the song to its default tempo).
3. Press VALUE/RHYTHM to enter the DEMO song volume menu. Press / to adjust the volume of
the instruments for demo songs 18-20. The volume of the drums remains unchanged). The current
volume is shown on the LED display (1-10 ).
4. Press BRUSH SET/BEAT to set repeat playing mode for demo song.
5. Press SAVE to save user settings.
6. Press PLAY or hit a drum pad to start/stop a DEMO song. When PLAY lights up, a DEMO song starts
playing. Press PLAY again to stop the DEMO SONG.
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How to use the Metronome
1. Press METRO button to start the metronome. The METRO key is lit and flashes in time to the
metronome. Press METRO again to switch to drum kit set mode.
2. Press / to select the tempo (30-260 bpm). The current tempo is displayed.
3. Press VALUE/RHYTHM to enter the RHYTHM menu, then press / to select the rhythm. The
display will indicate the current rhythm (
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4. Press BRUSH SET/BEAT to enter the BEAT menu, then use / to select the beat/measure (0-9,
0-no down beat).
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5. Press PAD ASSIGN to change the metronome tone , Press / to select the tone for the
metronome (1, 2, or 3). The number of the currently selected tone is displayed.
6 Press SAVE to save the settings.
7. Press METRO to start the metronome. Press METRO again to stop the metronome.
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Recording mode
1. Press REC button to enter recording mode. The METRO button must be active.
2. The display shows the tempo of the metronome.
3. Press the BRUSH/SET/BEAT button, to set the unit record enable. Now use the / buttons to
change the metronome settings.
4. Hit one of the pads or press the PLAY button to start the recording. Press that button again to stop
recording. If you don’t hit any pad for some seconds, the unit will stop the recording automatically.
5. Now press the PLAY button, to playback the song recording.
6. Press the SAVE button to store the recording. If you don’t save the recording, the unit will keep the
previously recorded song in its memory, even when the unit is switched off.
Note: If you want to record your playing along to a song with accompaniment (18-20), you have to select
that song before activating the record mode.
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DRUM OFF and MIDI OUT
1. Press DRUM OFF to turn off the drum sound in those demo songs with instrumental accompaniment.
2. Press MIDI OUT in any mode to output a MIDI signal via the MIDI OUT jack. Please note that this will
mute the OUTPUT and PHONE sockets.
NOTE: The MIDI OUT jack only outputs the original signal.
Channel
Program
1-6 drum pad
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Open Hi-HAT
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Closed HI-HAT
10
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Kick drum
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60-65
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Appendix 1
d01 M8BEAT2C
d02 M8BEAT4A
d03 M8BEATSWA
d04 M8BEATROK
d05 BALLAD3
d06 BEAT1A
d07 BEAT3A
Demo Songs
d08 BEGUIN
d09 BLDSHFL
d10 FOXTROT2
d11 FOXTROT4
d12 LAMBADA
d13 POP2
d14 RAGGAE3
d15 RHUMBA2
d16 SON
d17 SWING16
d18 Demov
d19 Jam
d20 Rock
Appendix 2
S01 Snare Druml
S02 Snare Drum 2
S03 Gated Snare
S04 Gated Snare
Snare Drum
S05 Elec Snare1
S06 808 Snare Drum
S07 Concert SD
S08 Concert SD
b01 STD1 Kick2
b02 Power Kick
b03 Elec Kick
b04 808 BD
Kick Drum
b05 Jazz BD2
b06 Jazz BD1
b07 Jazz BD2
b08 Jazz Bd1
b09 Concert BD 2
b10 Concert BD 1
b11 Kick drum
b12 Kick drum
Tom Drum
t12 Power Hi Tom1
t13 Power Low Tom2
t14 Power Low Tom1
t15 Power Mid Tom2
t16 Power Mid Tom1
t17 Power Hi Tom2
t18 Power Hi Tom1
t19 Elec Low Tom2
t20 Elec Low Tom1
t21 Elec Mid Tom2
t22 Elec Mid Tom1
t39 Timpani c#
t40 Timpani d
t41 Timpani d#
t42 Timpani e
t43 Timpani f
t23 Elec Hi Tom2
t24 Elec Hi Tom1
t25 808 Low Tom2
t26 808 Low Tom2
t27 808 Mid Tom2
t28 808 Mid Tom1
t29 808 Hi Tom2
t30 808 HiTom1
t31 Timpani F
t32 Timpani F#
t33 Timpani G
t44 Acoustic Low Tom
t45 Acoustic Low Tom
t46 Click Acoustic Middle Tom
t47 Acoustic Middle Tom
t48 Acoustic High Tom
t01 Low Floor Tom
t02 High Floor Tom
t03 Low Rack Tom
t04 Low-Mid Rack Tom
t05 Hi Mid Rack Tom
t06 High Tom
t07 Power Low Tom2
t08 Power Low Tom1
t09 Power Mid Tom2
t10 Power Mid Tom1
t11 Power Hi Tom2
t34 Timpani G#
t35 Timpani A
t36 Timpani A#
t37 Timpani B
t38 Timpani c
t49 Acoustic High Tom
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S09 Snare Drum
S10 Elec Snare Drum
C01 Closed Hi Hat [EXC1]
C02 Pedal Hi-Hat [EXC1]
C03 Open Hi-Hat [EXC1]
C04 Crash Cymbal 1
C05 Ride Cymbal 1
C06 Chinese Cymbal
C07 Ride Bell
C08 Splash Cymbal
C09 Crash Cymbal 2
C10 Ride Cymbal 2
Cymbal
C11 Reverse Cymbal
C12 808 Rim shot
C13 808 CHH [EXC1]
C14 808 CHH [EXC1]
C15 808 OHH [EXC1]
C16 808 Cymbal
C17 Closed Hi Hat
C18 Pedal Hi-Hat
C19 Open Hi Hat
C20 Ride Cymbal
E01 High Q
E02 Slap
E03 Scratch Push
E04 Scratch Pull
E05 Sticks
E06 Square Click
E07 Metronome Click
E08 Metronome Bell
E09 Side Stick
E10 Hand Clap
E11 Tambourine
E12 Cowbell
E13 Vibraslap
E14 Hi Bongo
E15 Low Bongo
E46 808 Maracas
E47 808 Claves
E48 Brush Tap
E49 Brush Slap
E50 Brush Swirl
E51 Castanets
E52 High Q
E53 Slap Elec
E54 Scratch Push
E55 Scratch Pull
E56 Sticks
E57 Square
E58 Metronome
Other Percussions
E16 Mute Hi Conga
E17 Open Hi Conga
E18 Low Conga
E19 High Timbale
E20 Low Timbale
E21 High Agogo
E22 Low Agogo
E23 Cabasa
E24 Maracas
E25 Short Whistle[EXC2]
E26 Long Whistle[EXC2]
E27 Short Guiro [EXC3]
E28 Long Guiro [EXC3]
E29 Claves
E30 Hi Wood Block
E59 Metronome Bell
E60 Guitar Slide
E61 Gt Cut Noise (down)
E62 Gt Cut Noise (up)
E63 Double Bass Slap
E64 Key Click Ride
E65 Laughing
E66 Screaming
E67 Punch
E68 Heart Beat
E69 Footsteps1
E70 Footsteps2
E71 Door Creaking
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C21 Concert Cymbal2
C22 Concert Cymbal1
C23 Rim Shot
C24 Closed Hi-Hat [Exc1]
C25 Click Open Hi-Hat 2
C26 Open Hi-Hat 1 [Exc1]
C27 Crash Cymbal
C28 Cymbal
E31 Low Wood Block
E32 Mute Cuica [EXC4]
E33 Open Cuica [EXC4]
E34 Mute Triangle [EXC5]
E35 Open Triangle[EXC5]
E36 Shaker
E37 Jingle Bell
E38 Belltree
E39 Castanets
E40 Mute Surdo [EXC6]
E41 Open Surdo [EXC6]
E42 808 Cowbell
E43 808 High Conga
E44 808 Mid Conga
E45 808 Low Conga
E72 Door Closing
E73 Scratch
E74 Car Braking
E75 Car Pass
E76 Car Crash
E77 Hand Clap
E78 Tambourine
E79 Cowbell
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