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HD-010B 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 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.
w Do not attempt to open the unit or make
any change in the circuits or parts of the
unit.
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
Do not expose the drum to the following conditions to avoid deformation, discoloration, or
more serious damage,
w direct sunlight (near a window),
w high temperatures (near a heat source,
outside, or in a car during the daytime),
w excessive humidity,
w excessive dust,
w strong vibration.
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 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 is
damaged or the instrument is spattered
with liquid.
w Do not switch the unit on and off in quick
succession, this places an undue load
on the electronic components.
w Unplug the AC power cord during an
electrical storm.
w Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into the
same AC outlet as appliances with high
power consumption, such as electric
heaters or ovens.
CONTENTS TABLE
INSTALLATION .................... .....1
SOUND MODULE ..................... .....5
C o n t r o l P a n e l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 5
B a c k P a n e l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . . . . 6
PLAYI N PAD .. .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. .......... . . .. 7
DRUM KIT ................................ . . . ... .8
Master Volume...........................8
SONG ...............................9
Demo Song .....................................9
User Song ................................10
METRONOME ........................11
Metronome ...........................11
Tempo .... .... .... .... .... .... ......... .11
DRUM KIT EDIT ..........................12
S e l e ct k i t f o r e di t i n g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2
Ent er the Edit Mode .. . . .. . . . .. . ..... . .. . 13
S e l e c t p a r t t o e d i t . .. . ... . . . ... . ... . . . . 1 3
Select parameter to edit ..........13
Edit the parameter .................14
Edit another parameter o r p a r t . . ....14
Edit other parameter in the current part..14
Edit anot her par t .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .14
Complete the edit ...................15
STRIKING COUNT ..................16
S ET U P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ...... . . . 1 7
Accompaniment Volume..........17
Percussion Volume for Demo Play ...17
Ma ster Tu ne .... ... ... .... ....... .. 17
Count Sesitivity ..................17
Local .........................17
Equalizer...........................18
Advanced Parameter .........18
Sesitivity ..... . . . . . ... . ....19
Headroom .......................19
Trigger Corve ...........................19
Cross Talk ...........................20
Hi-Hat pedal setup ................20
Reset ..............................22
RECORD ......................................23
Preparing ..........................23
Record ............................23
Pl ay b ac k Use r So ng . . .......... . . . 2 4
E r a s e U s e r S o n g . . . . . . ........ . . . . 2 4
M I D I & U S B . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......... . . . . . . 2 5
KIT LIST .........................27
V O I C E L I S T . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ........ . . . . . . 2 8
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S . . . ......... . . . . . . 3 2
INSTALLATION
CRASH
RIDE
HI-HAT
SOUND MODULE
TOM 1
TOM 2
SNARE
TOM 3
KICK
HI-HAT CONTROL PEDAL
KICK PEDAL
The diagram shows complete drum kit after 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 packing box.
Power adaptor and connection cables are not shown in the diagram.
1
INSTALLATION
RACK SYSTEM
Cross beam
L-Rod Clamp Wing nut
Rack System
RACKB
Arm
Arm
Rubber Feet
Hi-Hat support rod
Crash support rod Ride supprt rod
Leg
You can find all of these components in RACK SYSTEM RACK B package.
2
INSTALLATION
RACK INSTALLATION
Adjust arm, leg and cross beam to proper position. Place L-rods and cymbal support rods on relevant
clamp as shown in the diagram.
Please note: Hi-Hat rod is
different from ride/crash
rod.
5 Loosen the wing nuts in
the clamp. Move and rotate the L-Rod and cymbal support rod to proper
position, and then tighten
the wing nuts
4 Loosen wing nut in
the clamp. Move the
cross beam to proper
location, then tighten
the wing nuts
3 Loosen the wing nuts in the arm
clamp. Open arms, adjust the
position, then tighten the wing nuts
1 Loosen the wing nuts in the
leg clamp.Open the legs, adjust the position, then tighten
the wing nuts
2 Insert the feet
3
INSTALLATION
COMPONENTS INSTALLATION
1
2
3
Hi-Hat Installation
1. Remove the wing nut,
washer and felt pad from the
top of the rod.
2. Put the Hi-Hat into the
rod, then place back parts
removed in the step 1. Fasten the wing nut but not too
tightly. It allows the pad a little
bit wobbling like real acoustic cymbal.
3. Adjust the pad position
then re-tighten the wing nut.
1
2
3
Tom Installation
1. Loosen the wing nut,
place the tom pad on
the installation L-Rod.
2. Adjust the angle and
height of the tom pad
then tighten the wing
nut.
1
2
3
P-6B
Crash and Ride Installation
1. Remove the wing nut,
washer and felt pad from the
top of the rod.
2. Put the cymbal pad into the
rod, then place back parts removed in the stet 1. Fasten
the wing nut but not too tightly.
It allows the pad a little bit wobb li ng li ke r e a l ac o us t i c
cymbal.
3. Adjust the pad position
then re-tighten the wing nut.
Snare pad Installation
1. Pllace the pad on the installation L-Rod.
2. Adjust the pad position then
re-tighten the wing nut.
3. Align holes in the pad and the
lock-block 1 , then in sert the
block and fasten with attached
key.
1
Kick Installation
1. Align holes in the support 1 and stand 2
then insert bolts and fasten with attached key.
2. Insert tongue 4 of the kick stand into slot of
the pedal 3
3. Align holes in the tongue and the pedal, then
insert bolts and fasten with attached key. .
Sound module Installation
1. Align holes in the sound module and the model mount then insert
screws and fasten it.
2. Insert rod of the model mount into the clamp, then tighten the wing
nut.
Finalizing the Installation
After install all components, fine adjust the arm, clamps and rods to
the best position you desire.
Electronic Connection
Please refer to the SOUND MODULE Chapter for electronic connection.
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SOUND MODULE
CONTROL PANEL
13
1
12
5
11
2
6
10
3
9
7
14
8
4
(1)
LCD Display: Information display such as Kit number and name, Song name etc.
(2) KIT Button: Enter the Drum kit screen and select kit
(3) SONG Button: Enter the Song mode to play demo or User songs
(4) Sequencer Buttons:
Record Button, Press it to enter the record window
Play/Stop Button
The Play/Stop button is used in both Song and Record operations. Please refer to relevant chapters for detailed information.
(5) COUNT Button: Enter the Count mode to test how fast you can strike
(6) CLICK Button: Metronome switch and edit
(7) TEMPO Button: Change metronome tempo
(8) DATA +/- Knob: Rotate the knob to change data for all operations. The knob is with push
switch, when push the knob down, the switch will be on. Press the knob down then rotate it to
adjust master volume in the Kit Selection and Song window. Pushing down the knob can function
as ENTER button.
(9) ENTER Button: Confirm your operating
(10) EXIT Button: Exit to the previous window or return to the Kit Selection window
(11) SETUP Button: Enter the Setup mode and set parameters
(12) EDIT Button: Enter the Kit Edit mode and edit parameters
(13) MODE Button: Change Demo playing mode
(14) Pad Select Buttons: Select a pad and its part for edit in the Edit mode. These are dualfunction buttons. In the Kit Select mode, they are used for kit quick selection.
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SOUND MODULE
BACK PANEL
9
10
7
6
4
3
2
1
8
5
(1) 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.
(2)
Power In Jack: Plug in the DC cable of the attached adaptor
(3) USB Jack: The USB connector allows you to connect the drum directly to your computer’s
USB port. The USB interface is compatible with Windows XP/Vista, Windows 7 and MAC. The
computer will recognize the drum as Audio Device. Please see the MIDI & USB chapter of this
manual for details
(4) MIDI Jack: MIDI jacks allow communication with other products equipped with MIDI
interfaces. Please see the MIDI & USB chapter of this manual for details
(5) 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 jack.
(6)
Headphone Volume Knob: Rotate it to adjust the headphone volume
(7) Line In Jack: Line In stereo audio input jack 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.
(8) 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, use L/MONO output and stereo/mono
adapter is recommended.
(9) 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.
(10) Expanded Pad Trigger Jack: Plug in the cable of the extra tom and cymbal into corresponding
jack. AUX1 is for tom and AUX2 is for cymbal.
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PLAYIN 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 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.
Playing Tom Drum
Strike the central position (head) of the pad to
make head sound, strike the rim of the pad to
make rim sound.
Head
Mark
Rim 1
Rim
Head
Rim 2
Playing Hi-Hat
(1) Strike the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the HiHat control pedal to make open Hi-Hat sound.
Playing Cymbal
(2) Strike the Hi-Hat pad with fully pressing the
Strike the central position (bow) of the cymbal
Hi-Hat control pedal to make close Hi-Hat sound.
to make cymbal bow sound, strike the edge of (3) Strike the Hi-Hat pad while pressing the Hithe cymbal to make edge shot sound.
Hat control pedal gradually to make consecutive
open to close Hi-Hat sound.
Bow
Edge (4) Press the Hi-Hat pedal down quickly to make
Hi-Hat pedal sound.
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.
Playing Kick Drum
Press the Kick drum pedal to make kick
drum sound.
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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 automatically while the
KIT button indicator will light up. The kit number and its name will be displayed.
Kit number
In some other operation modes, you may press
the KIT button to enter the kit select operation
mode.
KIT
Pop
PRESET KIT
The preset 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.
01
Kit name
+
Kit number
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 51 - 80; the User Kit name is UserKit01
- UserKit30.
Kit
UserKit01
51
User Kit name
+
Rotate the Data knob to select an user kit you
desire in the same way above.
The factory setting for all User Kits is the same
as preset kit 01. 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.
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9
8
7
6
5
4
QUICK SELECTION
In the Kit mode, ten pad selection buttons are defined as quick kit selection buttons. Each one is
assigned to a most common use kit. Simply press 1
a button to select kit directly. The default quick
selection assignment is listed in the Appendix
<KIT LIST>.
After you select a kit, you can assign it to a quick
selection button by pressing and holding down
the KIT button then pressing a pad button.
Your assignment is nonvolatile even the
power turns off.
3
2
Note: These buttons are dual-function buttons. When use them as
quick kit select buttons, the indicator of the EDIT button must be off,
Please see <EDIT> Chapter in this
manual for details.
MASTER VOLUME
In the Kit and Song window, push the DATA knob to
enter the Master Volume control window. The current
volume level will be blinking. Rotate the DATA knob to
change the master volume ranged 0 - 127. After about
5 seconds without any operation, it will return to the
previous window.
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Master
Volume
115
Volume indicator Master volume
+
SONG
Press the SONG button and its indicator will
lights up. The song window will appear. There are
two types of song: Demonstration song and User
Song which is recorded by yourself.
Playing status
Tempo
Time Signature
SONG ■ 100 2/4
01 Baiao De2
1. DEMO SONG
(1) Select and Play Demo Song
There are many demo songs built in. The name
and number of demo song, playing status, tempo
and time signature appear on the display. Rotate
the DATE knob to choose a song.
Then press the
button to start play; the button
indicator lights up.
When the demo song is playing, press the
button again to stop the playing, the
indicator
turns off.
Demo Song Number Song Name
Playing status
Tempo
Time Signature
SONG u 102 4/4
28 TangoDance
(2) Demo Song Playing Mode
There are four modes to play song:
PLAY 1 - Playing selected song once
REPEAT 1 - Playing selected song repeatedly
PLAY ALL - Play all songs
REPEAT ALL - Playing all songs repeatedly
Press the SONG button twice to enter the play
mode window. Rotate the DATE knob to change
the playing mode.
The screen will turn back to the previous window
automatically after about 3 seconds, or press the
EXIT button to exit immediately.
Demo Song Number Song Name
+
PLAY MODE
PLAY ALL
(3) Practice with Demo Song
You may practice your own performance with the
demo song.
There are three practice modes for yourchoice:
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.
Press the MODE button repeatedly to change the
practice mode.
The screen will turn back to the previous window
automatically after about 3 seconds, or press the
EXIT button to exit immediately.
The current playing mode
PLAY
PART
DRUM MUTE
The current practice mode
Tip: Volume of drum and background music is
adjustable. Please refer to the Chapter <SETUP>
for more information.
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SONG
2. USER SONG
Playing status
You can record your performance and save it as
User song. When select song by the DATE knob,
after the last preset demo song, the next song followed will be the first User song.
SONG ■
UserSong01
Tip: You may rotate the the DATE knob
anticlockwise to reach User Song faster.
User song name
+
The display will show song name and playing status.
If there is no user song recorded, it will show
“*Free*”.
The way of the User song playing is the same as
Demo song playing. The playing mode is also available for User song.
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METRONOME
1. METRONOME
Tempo Time signature
Press the CLICK button to switch the metronome
On/Off while the current tempo, time signature and
On/Off status will be displayed. After about 5
seconds, this window will exit automatically.
CLICK
In the metronome window, press the ENTER
button or push down the Date knob to enter the
metronome setting window. There are 3 parameters
can be edited, they are metronome volume, time
signature and metronome sound. Rotate the
DATA knob to choose a parameter to edit then
press the [ENTER] to confirm. The parameters are
listed below.
NOTE: Push the Data knob as a button can
implement the same function as press the
ENTER button in many occasions. This is an
easier way to enter your setting. In this
manual, press the [ENTER] means press
either the ENTER button or the DATA knob.
096
On/Off status
CLICK
VOLUME
Parameter
+
CLICK
VOLUME
Rotate the DATA knob to change the setting as
listed below. Press the EXIT button to exit the
and back to the metronome parameter select
window; press the EXIT button again to exit the
metronome window.
4/4
ON
Parameter
102
Setting
Metronome Parameters:
+
VOLUME - Metronome volume ranged 0 - 127, the default setting is 100
TIME SIGNATURE - 1-12/2, 1-12/4, 1-12/8, 1-12/16, The default setting is 4/4
SOUND - Metronome sound, ENG represents English, CHN represents Chinese, MET represents
click sound. The default setting is MET
2. TEMPO
Press the TEMPO button, the current tempo value
will blink. Rotate the DATA knob to change the
tempo ranged 40 - 260. The default is 96.
TEMPO
After about 3 seconds, it will return to the previous window automatically.
096
+
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DRUM KIT EDIT
A drum kit consists of drum pads, cymbals pads and Hi-Hat pedal physically, which generate sound
in different way such as by striking head or rim of drum pad, striking cymbal bow or edge, pressing Hi-Hat pedal. We call the source to generate sound as Part, for example, the part generating
sound by striking the head of Tom 1 pad is displayed on the screen as Tom1, the part generating
sound by Hi-Hat control pedal is displayed on the screen as Pedal Hi-Hat etc. The detailed
description is listed in Table 1 below.
Each part has multi parameters to determine its sound characteristics such as voice, volume,
reverb level and pan etc. These parameters are listed In Table 2.
Table 1
Tom1 - Head of Tom1
Crash - Head of Crash
Tom1-R - Rim of Tom1
Crash-R - Edge of Crash
Tom2 - Head of Tom2
Ride - Head of Ride
Tom2-R - Rim of Tom2
Ride-R - Edge of Ride
Tom3 - Head of Tom3
Open HiHat - Hi-Hat open
Tom3-R - Rim of Tom3
Close HiHat - Hi-Hat close
Snare - Head of Snare
Pedal - Hi-Hat Control pedal
Snare-R1 - Rim1 of Snare
Kick - Kick
Snare-R2 - Rim2 of Snare
The edit feature is to set parameter for each part, partly or for all parts in a kit. Obviously, assigning
voice to the part is most impotant function. This drum has totally 492 voices can be select and
assigned with this function.
This 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, 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.
KIT
Pop
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01
DRUM KIT EDIT
2. Enter the Edit Mode
Press EDIT button to engage the edit mode. The indicator will light up.
3. Select part to edit
Press a pad selection button to select a pad. Some
pads have two or more parts, for example, the snare
have head, rim1 and rim2 parts. The default part for a
pad is head or bow.
Press the pad selection button repeatedly and the part
will switch within valid parts one by one. For example,
press the SNARE button once, the part is Snare
(Head); press the SNARE button twice, the part
changes to Snare-R1; press the SNARE button again,
the part will change to Snare-R2. The part name will
apear on the first row of the display. Please refer to
Table 1 for details.
Or, simply strike the proper portion of a pad with normal strenth to select the part directly. You could select the Hi-Hat control pedal by pressing it down to
the bottom.
Edit
Mode
Part Name (Snare head)
Snare
VOICE
Part Name (Tom4 Rim)
Tom4-R
VOICE
Part Name (Snare Rim2)
4. Select parameter to edit
The current parameter is blinking. Rotate the Data knob
to select a parameter to edit. In this example, select
VOICE.
Press the ENTER button or push down the Date knob
to confirm you choice. The current value/contents of
this parameter will blink.
NOTE: Push the Data knob as a button can
implement the same function as press the ENTER
button in many occasions. This is an easier way
to enter your setting. In this manual, press the
[ENTER] means press either the ENTER button or
the DATA knob.
Snare-R2
VOICE
Parameter name
Snare pad
Part Name (Snare Rim2)
Snare-R2
VOICE Sn-Sid 08
Parameter to edit
+
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DRUM KIT EDIT
5. Edit the parameter
Rotate the Data knob to change value/contents of
the parameter. In this example, you’ll change voice
assigned to Snare-R2. Any parameter has its own
range to set. For example, there are 492 voices
can be selected to assign to a part, referring to
Appendix VOICE LIST.
Part Name (Rim2 for Snare)
Snare-R2
VOICE Sn-Sid14
Parameter name
parameter
+
Part Name (Rim2 for Snare)
6. Edit another parameter or part
Now, the first parameter (the VOICE in this
example) editing for a selected part is finished. You
may continue to edit other parameters for this part
or change part to edit.
Snare-R2
VOLUME
110
Parameter to edit
+
(1) Edit other parameter in the current part
Press the EXIT button, the screen will back to the parametr selection window with the parameter
name blinking. Then, select a part by rotating the DATA knob. Then, edit parameters in the same way
above.
Parameters can be edited are listed below:
Table 2
PARAMETER
VOICE
VOLUME
PAN
PITCH
REVERB
DESCRIPTION
Voice assigned to the part
Volume of the part
Stereo pan of the part
Pitch of the part
Reverb effect level of the part
EDIT RANGE
1 – 492
0~127, 127 refers to the highest
volume
-64~63, 0 refers to centre position, -64 to
the most left and 63 to the most right
position
-10~10, 0 refers to standard pitch, -10 to
the lowest and 10to the highest pitch
0~127, 127 refers to the highest level
(2) Edit another part
Press the one of the pad selection button and its indicator will light up. The part name will display on
the screen. The current parameter to edit will keep no change. In this way, you could edit the same
parameter (it is Voice in this example) for each part. Press the same button repeatedly to switch to
another part, if necessary.
Or, simply strike the proper portion in the real pad to select the part directly.
The drum kit still keeps no change in all operations above.
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DRUM KIT EDIT
7. Complete the edit
After finish all editing for the current drum kit, no matter single or multiple part/parameter, you can terminate the edit.
Press the EXIT button repeatedly until “Save Setups
to ” on the screen. Then, you have two choices:
Save Setups to
51 UserKit01
(1) Save edited drum kit as your own user kit: Rotate
the Date knob to select an user kit number ranged
51 UserKit 01 to 80 UserKit 30. Press [ENTE] to
confirm. The edited results are saved as desired User
kit then exit the edit mode and return to the Kit window.
Save Setups to
56 UserKit06
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 window. All the edited results will be
discarded.
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Select a User kit to save
your edit results
+
STRIKING COUNT
This feature allows you to test how fast you
can strike pad. Press the COUNT button
to enter the striking count window.
COUNT
Time
The examination time could be 1 minute, 2
minutes or 3 minutes. Rotate the DATE
knob to select time.
2Min
Examination time
+
The count will start as soon as you strike
any pad. Count and remaining time will be
displayed on screen. When time is over,
You’ll hear reminding sound for about one
second and the remaining time is 0. Then
you can check the results.
COUNT
1:50
100
Press the EXIT button to exit this function.
Remaining time
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Striking count
SETUP
Press the SETUP button to enter the setup mode and
its indicator lights up. The Setup window will appear
with the item to be setup and its current value. The
item name will blink. Rotate the DATA knob to select
one of the 8 itemslisted below, press the [ENTER] to
confirm. The item name will stop blink and its parameter value will start blink. Then, you can change parameter value by rotating the DATA knob.
Press the [ENTER] to confirmyour setting and turn to
the next item, or press the EXIT button to cancel the
setting and back to the item selection window.
In the SETUP item selection window, press the EXIT
button to turn to the Kit window..
1 Accompaniment Volume
When play demo song, you’ll hear percussion performance accompanied by background music. The parameter for the accompaniment volume is BACK
VOLUME. Rotate the DATE knob to change the volume ranged 0 - 24.
2. Percussion Volume for Demo Playing
When play demo song, the parameter for the volume
of percussion section performance is KIT VOLUME.
Rotate the DATE knob to change the volume ranged
0 - 24.
3. Master Tune
This parameter affects sound pitch globally. In the
“MASTER TUNE window, Rotate the DATE knob to
change the master tuning ranged -50 - 50. 0 refers to
standard 440 Hz frequency for A4 note.
4. Count Sensitivity
The parameter for the sensitivity of the striking count
test is COUNT SENS. Rotate the DATE knob to
change the sensitivity ranged 0 - 24. It is suggested
to set the sensitivity lower than your normal
performance.
SETUP
BACK VOLUME 14
Parameter name
+
SETUP
BACK VOLUME 16
Change the volume
+
SETUP
KIT
VOLUME 18
Change the volume
+
SETUP
MASTER
TUNE 00
Change the tuning
+
SETUP
COUNT
SENS 16
Chang the count sensitivity
5. Local
When Local is On, you can hear sound by headphone
or external speaker. When it is Off, built-in sound engine is turned off; therefore you cannot hear sound
but the drum transmits MIDI message of your playing.
Rotate the DATE knob to switch On/Off status. The
default setting is On.
+
SETUP
LOCAL
On
Local status
+
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SETUP
6. Equalizer
Tone of the drum can be adjusted globally by builtin Equalizer. There are 10 types of preset equalizer listed below.The parameter for select the
equalizer type is EQ. Rotate the DATE knob to
change the type code of the equalizer ranged 1 10.
No.
EQUALIZER TYPE
No.
SETUP
EQUALIZER
004
Change equalizer type
+
EQUALIZER TYPE
1
Normal 1
6
Bright Mid
2
Normal 2
7
Bright
3
Bass Boost
8
Bright High
4
Bass Mid
9
Moderate 2
5
Moderate
10
Bright Mid 2
Press the EXIT button to turn back to the item
selection window.
7. Advanced Parameter Setup
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 objects of advanced parameter
edit are physical characteristics of pad such as sensitivity, trigger curve etc.
Any parameter is assigned for each pad individually. You must select a pad to edit. The default pad
is Tom1. You can select pad to setup by pressing the pad select button or striking the pad directly.
Note:
1. There is no alternative part such as rim, edge can be selected. It is different from part selection
procedure in DRUM KIT EDIT. Also, you can select pad by hitting any part of the pad.
2. The procedure of the Hi-Hat control pedal setting is introduced in Hi-Hat Pedal Setting section
separately.
Pad name
After ADVANCED item is selected by the DATA knob
and press the [ENTER] to confirm, you can select pad
to setup by pressing the pad select button or striking
the pad directly.
Press the [ENTER] to confirm your pad selection. The
advanced parameter will appear and blink.The default
parameter is Sensitivity.
Rotate the DATA knob to select parameter. Press the
[ENTER] to confirm. Its current value will appear and
blink. Then, edit the parameter value by rotating the
DATA knob. Press the [ENTER] to confirm your setting and turn to the next parameter. Press the EXIT
button to give up current operation and back to Advanced parameter select window.
Tip: You can try setting results in real time.
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Snare
ADVANCED
Advanced Mode
Pad name
Snare
ADVANCED
Sensitivity
Parameter name
SETUP
Pad name
Snare ADVANCED
Sensitivity 50
There are 4 advanced parameters can be setup in
the way described above.
Parameter name
Parameter value
Sensitivity
The pad sensitivity is ranged 1-127. Rotate the
DATA knob to change it. The higher value represents 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.
Snare ADVANCED
Sensitivity 50
Headroom
This feature allows you to set playing strength for
reaching the maximum volume, to accommodate your
personal taste of performance. Strike the pad with
strength, with which you want to get the maximum
volume.The value will appear automatically per your
striking, the Max. value is 127.
Snare ADVANCED
Headroom
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Trigger Curve
The trigger curve refers to how trigger signal’s
dynamic response relates to your pad striking. This
feature allows you select a proper curve from 6
preset curves to control the relation between the
striking strength and volume change. Change the
curve until the response feels as natural as
possible.
Rotate the DATA knob to choose a curve. The corves
you may select are Linear, Exp1, Exp2, Log1, Log2
and Spline. The default curve is Linear.
Snare
ADVANCED
Trigger
LINEAR
Strength
Linear
Strength
Exp
Volume
Volume
Volume
Volume
Diagram of 4 types of the curve
Strength
Log
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Strength
Spline
SETUP
Source pad of Xtalking
Cross Talk
When strike a pad, other pad(s) may sound
occasionally. It is called cross talk. This feature alSnare ADVANCED
lows you to eliminate the cross interference among
Xtalk TOM1 030
the pads. The pad desplayed in the first row of the
screen is source of the cross talk which cross-fire
other pad(s), i.e. when strike this pad, other pad(s)
Pad affected by Xtalking
Xtalking coefficient
will sound. This pad is that you selected for setup.
The procedure of eliminating the cross talk is:
- Select a pad which is affected by cross talking. Press a pad select button or strike a pad with middle
strenth.
- Rotate the DATA knob to change the cross talk coefficient ranged 0 - 127. The larger value will
reduce unexpected cross talking sound, but too large value will cause sound missing. You should
balance it carefully.
- Press the [ENTER] 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.
- Press the EXIT button to exit current operation and back to Advanced parameter select window.
Hi-Hat Pedal Setting
Strike the Hi-Hat pad without pressing the Hi-Hat control pedal to make open Hi-Hat sound (voice No.
286 - 304).
The Hi-Hat pedal has two zones of 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 pressing position is higher than closs threshold. When pedal position is
lower than close threshold, striking the Hi-Hat pad makes close Hi-Hat sound (voice No. 249 - 285).
When press the pedal quickly and reach the pedal threshold point, it'll make Hi-Hat pedal sound
(voice No. 305 - 316) even don’t strike the Hi-Hat pad. The pressing pedal is quicker, the volume is
higher. This bottom position is called Pedal Threshold.
The scale of Hi-Hat pedal movement is 0 - 127. The top position of the pedal is defines as 127 and
bottom is 0.
This feature allows you to set thresholds per your comfortable pressing strength.
The Hi-Hat pedal setting is different from other pads.
When select Sensitivity paramete, press the H.PEDAL
button, the pad name will be Pedal. The first parameter is Closs THR and its current closs threshold
value will be shown and blinking.
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Hi-Hat Pedal setup
PEDAL
ADVANCED
Close
THR
48
Close THR value
SETUP
Then, press the pedal to position you desire as closs threshold while the real threshold value will be
shown and blinking.
Press the ENTER button to confirm and turn to the bottom threshold setting; the parameter is Pedal
THR.
Then, set the Pedal threshold in the same way above.
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
Press the EXIT button to exit current operation and
back to Advanced parameter select window.
Hi-Hat Pedal setup
PEDAL
Pedal
ADVANCED
THR
30
Pedal THR value
In the Advanced parameter select window, press the EXIT button to back to the SETUP item
selection window. If you did some changes during the Advanced setting, the changes will be saved
automatically. The display will say “Saving...”.
The settings saved is nonvolatile even the power turns off.
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SETUP
8. 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 PARAMETER RESET in the SETUP parameter selection window then press [ENTER]. The reset
window will appear.
SETUP
PARAMETER RESET
+
There are four reset modes:
Kits - Reset sound parameters in all User kits which
changed during the kit editing.
Parameter - Reset changes in Setup operation, except Advanced setting
UserSong - Erase all songs recorded by user
All - Besides reset all items above, it also reset physical parameters changed during the Advanced setting.
Paramter
ALL
Reset
Select Reset type
Rotate the DATA knob to select mode then press
[ENTER]. The dialog screen will appear.
Press the ENTER button to confirm or press the EXIT
button to cancel the reset operation and back to the
Advanced parameter select window.
NOTE: Don not strike any pad after press the ENTER button until the KIT indicator lights up. It needs
couple of second.
+
Are You Sure
[ENTER]or[EXIT]
In the Reset mode selection window, press the EXIT button to back to the Advanced parameter
select window.
In the Advanced parameter select window, press the EXIT button to turn to the SETUP item select
window.
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RECORD
Press the
button to enter the record window.
The indicator will blink and the current tempo, time
signature and record status are shown on the screen.
Now, it is ready for recording. You may start record
right now by pressing the
button. Or, you could
make necessary setup for your record. If you want to
start record with the current setting, please skip the
step 1 “Preparing”.
Record status
REC.
096
4/4
Tempo Time signature
1. Preparing
As soon as you rotate the DATA knob, setup item will
appear and blink. Roate the DATA knob to select item
you want to setup, then press the [ENTER] to confirm.
The value of the parameter will blink. Items can be
setup are as follws.
(1) TEMPO - It is the tempo for recording ranged 20 260. Rotate the DATA knob to change it.
(2) P-TEMPO - It is the tempo for playing back your
recording ranged 20 - 260. It makes it possible that
play with slower speed when recording and playback
with faster tempo. Rotate the DATA knob to change
it.
(3) TIME-SIG - The time signature for the metronome.
Rotate the DATE knob to choose one you desire.
Please refer to the <METRONOME> chapter of this
manual.
REC.
096
TEMPO
4/4
96
Select Item
+
REC.
TEMPO
096
4/4
120
Set the value
(4) M-SOUND - The metronome sound. Rotate the
DATE knob to choose one you desire. Please refer
to the <METRONOME> chapter in this manual.
+
(5) METRO - Metronome On or Off during the record.
Rotate the DATE knob to switch On and Off.
Tip: If you don’t need to set some items, simply press
the [ENTER] to jump to the next item.
After seting, press the EXIT button to back to the preparing window. Press the EXIT button again to the
record window. You can start record under both
windows.
2. Record
Press the
button to start record. The indicator will stop blinking and keep lighting.
After 4 beats count-in, the record starts immediately,
no matter you start play or not. The record
measure count will appear on the display. Also,
the current beat in the measure will be displayed
with numbers of “----” mark.
Record status
REC.
120
001____
Measure Beat
23
4/4
RECORD
Press the
button again to stop the recording.
The screen will go to the save window. The Max
measure can be recorded is 255, When the
measure counter reaches the Max, the screen
also goes to the save window.
In the save window, a song name for saving your
record will blink. You may rotate the DATE knob
to choose song name. Press the [ENTER] to save
recorded song, press the EXIT button to turn to the
Kit window without saving.
Save the Song
UserSong01
Song name for saving the 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] to
save it the turn to the Kit window, or press the
EXIT button to back to the previous window
for selecting another song name.
Cover UserSong?
[ENTER]or[exit]
3. Play back User Song
In the saving window, press the
playback your recording. Press the
again to stop the playback.
button to
button
In the Song window, you could also select recorded user song to playback. Please refer to
the <SONG> chapter in this Manual.
4. Erase User Song
Press the SONG button to enter the Song window.
Select a recorded User song then press the
[ENTER] to enter the User Song Delete window.
The User Song name will blink. Press the [ENTER]
to erase the song and “Free” will appear to indicate
that this song is erased successfully.
Or, press the EXIT button to cancel the delete operation and turn to the Kit window.
Delete User Song
UserSong01
The User Song will be erased
The User Song is erased
SONG
*Free*
UserSong01
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MIDI & USB
MIDI refers to Musical Instrument Digital Interface. This is a world wide standard communication
interface that enables electronic musical instruments and computers to communicate each other
so that musical message 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.
MIDI - The MIDI connector allows you to connect the drum directly to another MIDI divice.
1.
MIDI In: This terminal receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device.
2.
MIDI Out: This terminal transmits data from this instrument to other MIDI devices. The
transmitted data includes the note and touch velocity produced while playing on the drum,
as well as voice changes and recorded playback. Demo songs not transmitted.
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, Windows 7 &
MAC OSX environment. The drum will be recognized as USB Audio device to receive and
transmit the same MIDI messages described above.
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MIDI & USB
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
1-127
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:
PAD
!!
NOTE
PAD
NOTE
Tom1
48
Crash Edge
49
Tom1 Rim
62
Ride
51
Tom2
45
Ride Edge
59
Tom2 Rim
63
Hi-Hat Open
46
Tom3
Tom3 Rim
41
64
Hi-Hat Close
Hi-Hat Pedal
42
44
Snare
Snare Rim1
38
37
Kick
Ride Mute
36
6
Snare Rim2
40
Crash Mute
Crash
55
7
Note: Parts with * mark are for expended pads which are available with Kit C.
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KIT LIST
1
2
Pop
Jazz
28
29
Rock
Metal
U05
U06
UserKit05
UserKit06
3
MPB
30
Solo
U07
UserKit07
4
5
Afro
Batucada
31
32
NewOrleans
80's Rock
U08
U09
UserKit08
UserKit09
6
7
Trio Eletr
Notdeste
33
34
Complement
Blues
U10
U11
UserKit10
UserKit11
8
Bossa Nova
35
Axe Bahia
U12
UserKit12
9
10
Salsa
Bolero
36
37
Dance
EFXs
U13
U14
UserKit13
UserKit14
11
Mod Reggae
38
Hardcore
U15
UserKit15
12
Reggae Rot
39
Punk Rock
U16
UserKit16
13
Dub
40
Punch
U17
UserKit17
14
15
Space
Shuffle
41
42
Rap
Chords
U18
U19
UserKit18
UserKit19
16
Studio
43
Percussion
U20
UserKit20
17
Up Pop
44
Drum Machi
U21
UserKit21
18
19
70 Disco
Funky
45
46
Brush
Exotic
U22
U23
UserKit22
UserKit23
20
21
Vintage
Hip-Hop
47
48
Beat Box
Country
U24
U25
UserKit24
UserKit25
22
Drum Bass
49
ModernJazz
U26
UserKit26
23
R&B
50
March Band
U27
UserKit27
24
25
DJ
Psico
U01
U02
UserKit01
UserKit02
U28
U29
UserKit28
UserKit29
26
27
Ballad
Baby
U03
U04
UserKit03
UserKit04
U30
UserKit30
QUICK SELECTION
BUTTON No.
1
2
KIT No.
1
KIT NAME
Pop
3
9
12
Salsa
Reggae Rot
4
5
6
15
23
25
Shuffle
R&B
Psic
7
36
Dance
8
9
37
49
EFXs
ModernJazz
10
50
March Band
27
Note: Default assignment for all
User Kits is Pop
VOICE LIST
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Name
Kick 1
Kick 2
Kick 3
Kick 4
Kick 5
Kick 6
Kick 7
Kick 8
Kick 9
Kick 10
Kick 11
Kick 12
Kick 13
Kick 14
Kick 15
Kick 16
Kick 17
Kick 18
Kick 19
Kick 20
Kick 21
Kick 22
Kick 23
Kick 24
Kick 25
Kick 26
Kick 27
Kick 28
Kick 29
Kick 30
Kick 31
Kick 32
Kick 33
Kick 34
Kick 35
Kick 36
Kick 37
Kick 38
Kick 39
Kick 40
Kick 41
Kick 42
Kick 43
Kick 44
Kick 45
Decription
Standard Kick 1
Standard Kick 2
Low Kick 1
Standard Kick 3
Electronic Kick 1
Funk Kick
Electronic Kick 2
Standard Kick 4
Standard Kick 5
Low Kick 2
Rock Kick 1
Rock Kick 2
Rock Kick 3
Rock Kick 4
Rock Kick 5
Rock Kick 6
Rock Kick 7
Q Kick 1
R&B Kick
Room Kick 1
Latin Kick
Hiphop Kick 1
Hiphop Kick 2
Hiphop Kick 3
Hiphop Kick 4
Hiphop Kick 5
Noise Kick
Ord Kick 1
Ord Kick 2
Ord Kick 3
Ord Kick 4
Ord Kick 5
Ord Kick 6
High Kick 1
Vol Low Kick 1
High Kick 2
Vol Low Kick 2
Room Kick 2
High Kick 3
High Kick 4
Step Kick
Low Kick 3
Room Kick 3
House Kick 1
Power Kick 1
No.
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
Name
Kick 46
Kick 47
Kick 48
Kick 49
Kick 50
Kick 51
Kick 52
Kick 53
Kick 54
Kick 55
Kick 56
Kick 57
Kick 58
Kick 59
Kick 60
Snare 1
Snare 2
Snare 3
Snare 4
Snare 5
Snare 6
Snare 7
Snare 8
Snare 9
Snare 10
Snare 11
Snare 12
Snare 13
Snare 14
Snare 15
Snare 16
Snare 17
Snare 18
Snare 19
Snare 20
Snare 21
Snare 22
Snare 23
Snare 24
Snare 25
Snare 26
Snare 27
Snare 28
Snare 29
Snare 30
Decription
Cartoon Kick
Disco Kick
Low Kick 4
Fusion Kick 1
Fusion Kick 2
Fusion Kick 3
Jazz Kick 1
Jazz Kick 2
Stick Kick
House Kick 2
House Kick 3
Power Q Kick
Low Kick 5
Q Kick 2
Hard Kick
Standard Snare 1
Standard Snare 2
Standard Snare 3
Standard Snare 4
Q Snare 1
Q Snare 2
Q Snare 3
Rock Snare 1
Electronic Snare 1
Rock Snare 2
Jazz Snare 1
Jazz Snare 2
HipHop Snare 1
Power Snare 1
Funk Snare 1
Jazz Snare 3
Rock Snare 3
Orc Snare
Rock Snare 4
Power Snare 2
Latin Snare 1
Rock Snare 5
Jazz Snare 4
Voc Snare
HipHop Snare 2
Latin Snare 2
Funk Snare 2
R&B Snare 1
FXS Snare 1
R&B Snare 2
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No.
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
Name
Decription
Snare 31
Standard Snare 5
Snare 32
FXS Snare 2
Snare 33
Power Snare 3
Snare 34
Old Snare 1
Snare 35
Old Snare 2
Snare 36
Power Snare 4
Snare 37
Old Snare 3
Snare 38
Mute Snare
Snare 39
HipHop Snare 3
Snare 40
HipHop Snare 4
Snare 41
HipHop Snare 5
Snare 42
Fusion Snare
Snare 43
Power Snare 5
Snare 44
Rock Snare 6
Snare 45
Low Snare
Snare 46
Latin Snare 3
Snare 47 Electronic Snare 2
Snare 48
Noise Snare
Snare 49 Electronic Snare 3
Snare 50
Jazz Snare 5
Snare 51 Electronic Snare 4
Snare 52 Electronic Snare 5
Snare 53
Funk Snare 3
Snare 54
Rock Snare 7
Snare 55
Step Snare
Snare 56
Rock Snare 8
Snare 57
Rock Snare 9
Snare 58
Rock Snare 10
Snare 59
HipHop Snare 6
Snare 60
Q Snare 4
Snare 61
Power Snare 6
Sn-Sid 1
Q Snare Rim 1
Sn-Sid 2
Q Snare Rim 2
Sn-Sid 3
Q Snare Rim 3
Sn-Sid 4 Standard Snare Rim 1
Sn-Sid 5
Voc Snare Rim
Sn-Sid 6 Standard Snare Rim 2
Sn-Sid 7
Rock Snare Rim 1
Sn-Sid 8 Electronic Snare Rim
Sn-Sid 9
Jazz Snare Rim
Sn-Sid 10
FXS Snare Rim 1
Sn-Sid 11
Voc Snare Rim 2
Sn-Sid 12
Jazz Snare Rim
Sn-Sid 13
R&B Snare Rim
Sn-Sid 14
Funk Snare Rim
VOICE LIST
No. Name
136 Sn-Sid 15
137 Tom-Hi 1
138 Tom-Hi 2
139 Tom-Hi 3
140 Tom-Hi 4
141 Tom-Hi 5
142 Tom-Hi 6
143 Tom-Hi 7
144 Tom-Hi 8
145 Tom-Hi 9
146 Tom-Hi 10
147 Tom-Hi 11
148 Tom-Hi 12
149 Tom-Hi 13
150 Tom-Hi 14
151 Tom-Hi 15
152 Tom-Hi 16
153 Tom-Hi 17
154 Tom-Hi 18
155 Tom-Hi 19
156 Tom-Hi 20
157 Tom-Hi 21
158 Tom-Hi 22
159 Tom-Hi 23
160 Tom-Hi 24
161 Tom-Hi 25
162 Tom-Hi 26
163 Tom-Hi 27
164 Tom-Hi 28
165 Tom-Hi 29
166 Tom-Hi 30
167 Tom-Hi 31
168 Tom-Hi 32
169 Tom-Hi 33
170 Tom-Hi 34
171 Tom-Mi 1
172 Tom-Mi 2
173 Tom-Mi 3
174 Tom-Mi 4
175 Tom-Mi 5
176 Tom-Mi 6
177 Tom-Mi 7
178 Tom-Mi 8
179 Tom-Mi 9
180 Tom-Mi 10
Decription
FXS Snare Rim 2
Q High Tom 1
Q High Tom 2
Q High Tom 3
Q High Tom 4
Standard High Tom
Rock High Tom 1
Jazz High Tom 1
Rock High Tom 2
Funk High Tom
Electronic High Tom 1
Latin High Tom 1
R&B High Tom
FXS High Tom 1
Rock High Tom 3
Jazz High Tom 2
Old High Tom
Rock High Tom 4
Wood High Tom 1
Electronic High Tom 2
Wood High Tom 2
FXS High Tom 2
Power High Tom
Step High Tom
Room High Tom
Bk High Tom
Hard High Tom
909 High Tom
Latin High Tom 2
Brush High Tom
Ptalk High Tom
Nc10" High Tom
Pr8" High Tom
Pr10" High Tom
Reb High Tom
Q Mid Tom 1
Q Mid Tom 2
Standard Mid Tom 1
Funk Mid Tom
Electronic Mid Tom 1
Wood Mid Tom 1
Rock Mid Tom 1
Power Mid Tom 1
Latin Mid Tom 1
Rock Mid Tom 2
No.
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
Name
Tom-Mi 11
Tom-Mi 12
Tom-Mi 13
Tom-Mi 14
Tom-Mi 15
Tom-Mi 16
Tom-Mi 17
Tom-Mi 18
Tom-Mi 19
Tom-Mi 20
Tom-Mi 21
Tom-Mi 22
Tom-Mi 23
Tom-Mi 24
Tom-Mi 25
Tom-Mi 26
Tom-Mi 27
Tom-Mi 28
Tom-Mi 29
Tom-Mi 30
Tom-Mi 31
Tom-Mi 32
Tom-Mi 33
Tom-Mi 34
Tom-Mi 35
Tom-Mi 36
Tom-Lo 1
Tom-Lo 2
Tom-Lo 3
Tom-Lo 4
Tom-Lo 5
Tom-Lo 6
Tom-Lo 7
Tom-Lo 8
Tom-Lo 9
Tom-Lo 10
Tom-Lo 11
Tom-Lo 12
Tom-Lo 13
Tom-Lo 14
Tom-Lo 15
Tom-Lo 16
Tom-Lo 17
Tom-Lo 18
Tom-Lo 19
Decription
Latin Mid Tom 2
Standard Mid Tom 2
Rock Mid Tom 3
Room Mid Tom
R&B Mid Tom
Electronic Mid Tom 2
Jazz Mid Tom 1
HipHop Mid Tom 1
HipHop Mid Tom 2
Latin Mid Tom 3
Wood Mid Tom 2
Mute Mid Tom
Power Mid Tom 2
Fusion Mid Tom
Q Mid Tom 3
Bk Mid Tom 1
Bk Mid Tom 2
Hard Mid Tom
909 Mid Tom
Latin Mid Tom 4
Brush Mid Tom
Ptalk Mid Tom
Nc12" Mid Tom
Pr12" Mid Tom
Reb Mid Tom 1
Reb Mid Tom 2
Q Low Tom 1
Q Low Tom 2
Q Low Tom 3
Standard Low Tom 1
Rock Low Tom 1
FXS Low Tom
Jazz Low Tom 1
Rock Low Tom 2
Funk Low Tom
Jazz Low Tom 2
Latin Low Tom 2
Jazz Low Tom 3
Power Low Tom 1
Standard Low Tom 2
Room Low Tom
Wood Low Tom 1
Electronic Low Tom 1
Noise Low Tom 1
Electronic Low Tom 2
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No.
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
Name
Tom-Lo 20
Tom-Lo 21
Tom-Lo 22
Tom-Lo 23
Tom-Lo 24
Tom-Lo 25
Tom-Lo 26
Tom-Lo 27
Tom-Lo 28
Tom-Lo 29
Tom-Lo 30
Tom-Lo 31
Tom-Lo 32
Tom-Lo 33
Tom-Lo 34
Tom-Lo 35
Tom-Lo 36
Tom-Lo 37
Tom-Lo 38
Tom-Lo 39
Tom-Lo 40
Tom-Lo 41
Tom-Lo 42
Hat-Cl 1
Hat-Cl 2
Hat-Cl 3
Hat-Cl 4
Hat-Cl 5
Hat-Cl 6
Hat-Cl 7
Hat-Cl 8
Hat-Cl 9
Hat-Cl 10
Hat-Cl 11
Hat-Cl 12
Hat-Cl 13
Hat-Cl 14
Hat-Cl 15
Hat-Cl 16
Hat-Cl 17
Hat-Cl 18
Hat-Cl 19
Hat-Cl 20
Hat-Cl 21
Hat-Cl 22
Decription
R&B Low Tom 1
Noise Low Tom 2
Power Low Tom 2
Hard Low Tom 1
Wood Low Tom 2
Mute Low Tom
Rock Low Tom 3
Power Low Tom 3
R&B Low Tom 2
Bk Low Tom
Hard Low Tom 2
Hard Low Tom 3
Tad Low Tom
Tbe Low Tom
909 Low Tom
Latin Low Tom 3
Brush Low Tom
Ptalk Low Tom
Nc14" Low Tom
Nc16" Low Tom
Pr14" Low Tom
Pr16" Low Tom
Reb Low Tom
Rock Close 1
Jazz Close 1
Standard Close 1
Funk Close 1
Rock Close 2
Funk Close 2
Rock Close 3
Electronic Close 1
Electronic Close 2
Standard Close 2
Funk Close 3
Rock Close 4
R&B Close 1
Standard Close 3
FXS Close 1
Standard Close 4
Jazz Close 2
FXS Close 2
Electronic Close 3
Voc Close
Rock Close 5
Noise Close
VOICE LIST
No. Name
271 Hat-Cl 23
272 Hat-Cl 24
273 Hat-Cl 25
274 Hat-Cl 26
275 Hat-Cl 27
276 Hat-Cl 28
277 Hat-Cl 29
278 Hat-Cl 30
279 Hat-Cl 31
280 Hat-Cl 32
281 Hat-Cl 33
282 Hat-Cl 34
283 Hat-Cl 35
284 Hat-Cl 36
285 Hat-Cl 37
286 Hat-Op 1
287 Hat-Op 2
288 Hat-Op 3
289 Hat-Op 4
290 Hat-Op 5
291 Hat-Op 6
292 Hat-Op 7
293 Hat-Op 8
294 Hat-Op 9
295 Hat-Op 10
296 Hat-Op 11
297 Hat-Op 12
298 Hat-Op 13
299 Hat-Op 14
300 Hat-Op 15
301 Hat-Op 16
302 Hat-Op 17
303 Hat-Op 18
304 Hat-Op 19
305 Hat-Ped 1
306 Hat-Ped 2
307 Hat-Ped 3
308 Hat-Ped 4
309 Hat-Ped 5
310 Hat-Ped 6
311 Hat-Ped 7
312 Hat-Ped 8
313 Hat-Ped 9
314 Hat-Ped 10
315 Hat-Ped 11
Decription
Standard Close 5
Standard Close 6
Rock Close 6
Rock Close 7
R&B Close 2
Fat Close
Jazz Close 3
Jazz Close 4
Rbrush Close 1
Rbrush Close 2
909 Close
Brush Close 1
Brush Close 2
14" Close
Reb Close
Standard Open 1
Jazz Open 1
Voc Open
Rock Open 1
Electronic Open 1
Electronic Open 2
Funk Open 1
FXS Open 1
Rock Open 2
Funk Open 2
Electronic Open 3
FXS Open 2
Standard Open 2
FXS Open 3
Electronic Open 4
Wood Open
Half Open
R&B Open
Jazz Open 2
Standard Pedal 1
Power Pedal
Rock Pedal 1
Electronic Pedal
Rock Pedal 2
Funk Pedal 1
Jazz Pedal 1
Standard Pedal 2
909 Pedal
R&B Pedal
Funk Pedal 2
No.
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
Name
Hat-Ped 12
Crash 1
Crash 2
Crash 3
Crash 4
Crash 5
Crash 6
Crash 7
Crash 8
Crash 9
Crash 10
Crash 11
Crash 12
Crash 13
Crash 14
Crash 15
Crash 16
Crash 17
Crash 18
Crash 19
Crash 20
Crash 21
Crash 22
Crash 23
Crash 24
Crash 25
Crash 26
Crash 27
Crash 28
Crash 29
Ride 1
Ride 2
Ride 3
Ride 4
Ride 5
Ride 6
Ride 7
Ride 8
Ride 9
Ride 10
Ride 11
Ride 12
Ride 13
Ride 14
Ride 15
Decription
Reb Pedal
Standard Crash 1
Standard Crash 2
FXS Crash 1
HipHop Crash
DJ Crash
Rock Crash 1
Rock Splash
Electronic Crash 1
Mute Crash
Voc Crash 1
Voc Crash 2
Rock Crash 2
Jazz Crash 1
Standard Crash 3
FXS Crash 2
Wood Crash
Electronic Crash 2
Standard Crash 4
Jazz Crash 2
Standard Splash
Standard Crash 5
Standard Crash 6
Rock Crash 3
In Crash A
In Crash B
16" Splash
Rbrush Crash
Brush Splash
14" Crash
Standard Ride 1
Standard Ride 2
Rock Ride 1
Standard Ride Bell
Crash Ride
Rock Ride 2
Electronic Ride 1
FXS Ride 1
Electronic Ride 2
Voc Ride
Wood Ride
FXS Ride 2
Jazz Ride 1
Electronic Ride 3
Electronic Ride 4
30
No.
Name
361 Ride 16
362 Ride 17
363 Ride 18
364 Ride 19
365 Ride 20
366 Ride 21
367 Ride 22
368 Ride 23
369 Ride 24
370 Ride 25
371 Ride 26
372 Ride 27
373 Ride 28
374 Ride 29
375 China 1
376 China 2
377 China 3
378 China 4
379 China 5
380 China 6
381 China 7
382 China 8
383 China 9
384 China 10
385 China 11
386 China 12
387 Perc 1
388 Perc 2
389 Perc 3
390 Perc 4
391 Perc 5
392 Perc 6
393 Perc 7
394 Perc 8
395 Perc 9
396 Perc 10
397 Perc 11
398 Perc 12
399 Perc 13
400 Perc 14
401 Perc 15
402 Perc 16
403 Perc 17
404 Perc 18
405 Perc 19
Decription
Standard Ride 3
Jazz Ride 2
FXS Ride 3
Pride Bell 1
Pride Bell 2
Standard Ride 4
Standard Ride 5
L2 Ride
Rbrush Ride 1
Rbrush Ride 2
908 Ride Bell
909 Ride Rim
Brush Ride
Brush Ride Rim
Chinese Sound 1
Chinese Sound 2
Chinese Sound 3
Chinese Sound 4
Chinese Sound 5
Chinese Sound 6
Chinese Sound 7
Chinese Sound 8
Chinese Sound 9
Chinese Sound 10
Chinese Sound 11
Chinese Sound 12
CowBell 01
CowBell 02
CowBell 03
CowBell 04
CowBell 05
CowBell 06
Cowbell 07
Con-Hi
Con-Lo 01
Con-Lo 02
Met Click
Met Bell
Hand Clap
Chin Cy
Tambourine
Vibraslap
Bongo-Hi
Bongo-Lo
Conga-Mu
VOICE LIST
No.
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
Name
Perc 20
Perc 21
Perc 22
Perc 23
Perc 24
Perc 25
Perc 26
Perc 27
Perc 28
Perc 29
Perc 30
Perc 31
Perc 32
Perc 33
Perc 34
Perc 35
Perc 36
Perc 37
Perc 38
Perc 39
Perc 40
Perc 41
Perc 42
Perc 43
Perc 44
Perc 45
Perc 46
Perc 47
Perc 48
Decription
Conga-Op
Conga-Lo
Timbale-Hi
Timbale-Lo
Agogo-Hi
Agogo-Lo
Cabasa
Maracas
Whistle-Sh
Whistle-Lg
Guiro-Sh
Guiro-Lg
Claves
Block-Hi
Block-Lo
Cuica-Mu
Cuica-Op
Trian-Mu
Trian-Op
Shaker
Jingle Bell
Bell Tree
Castinets
Surdo-Mu
Surdo-Op
Full Shaker
Full Claves
Full Cabasa
Full Maracas
No.
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
Name
Perc 49
Perc 50
Perc 51
Perc 52
Perc 53
Perc 54
Perc 55
Perc 56
Perc 57
Perc 58
Fxs 1
Fxs 2
Fxs 3
Fxs 4
Fxs 5
Fxs 6
Fxs 7
Fxs 8
Fxs 9
Fxs 10
Fxs 11
Fxs 12
Fxs 13
Fxs 14
Fxs 15
Fxs 16
Fxs 17
Fxs 18
Fxs 19
Decription
Tamute 01
Tamute 02
Tamute 03
ltbtone
mbgtone
quintone
Tmsound 01
Tmsound 02
Tmsound 03
Tmsound 04
Voice Effect 01
Voice Effect 02
Voice Effect 03
Voice Effect 04
Voice Effect 05
Voice Effect 06
Voice Effect 07
Voice Effect 08
Voice Effect 09
Voice Effect 10
Voice Effect 11
Voice Effect 12
Voice Effect 13
Voice Effect 14
Voice Effect 15
Voice Effect 16
Voice Effect 17
Voice Effect 18
Voice Effect 19
No.
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
Name
Fxs 20
Fxs 21
Fxs 22
Fxs 23
Fxs 24
Fxs 25
Fxs 26
Fxs 27
Fxs 28
Fxs 29
Fxs 30
Fxs 31
Fxs 32
Fxs 33
Fxs 34
Fxs 35
Fxs 36
Fxs 37
Fxs 38
Fxs 39
Fxs 40
Fxs 41
Fxs 42
Fxs 43
Fxs 44
Fxs 45
Fxs 46
Fxs 47
Fxs 48
INDEX
Voice Number
1 - 60
61 - 121
122 - 136
137 - 170
171 - 206
207 - 248
249 - 285
286 - 304
305 - 316
317 - 345
346 - 374
375 - 386
387 - 444
445 - 492
Category
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
31
Decription
Voice Effect 20
Voice Effect 21
Voice Effect 22
Voice Effect 23
Voice Effect 24
Voice Effect 25
Voice Effect 26
Voice Effect 27
Voice Effect 28
Voice Effect 29
Voice Effect 30
Voice Effect 31
Voice Effect 32
Voice Effect 33
Voice Effect 34
Voice Effect 35
Voice Effect 36
Voice Effect 37
Voice Effect 38
Voice Effect 39
Voice Effect 40
Voice Effect 41
Voice Effect 42
Voice Effect 43
Voice Effect 44
Voice Effect 45
Voice Effect 46
Voice Effect 47
Voice Effect 48
SPECIFICATIONS
Configuration
3 X 8” Tom (with rim), 8” Snare (double rims), 12” Crash cymbal l (with Edge &
choke), 12” Ride cymbal l (with Edge & choke), 8” Hi-Hat, 8” Kick, Hi-Hat pedal
Voice
Drum Kit
Demo Song
Sound Effects
Equalizer
Metronome
Count Exercise
492
50 preset kits and 30 user kits
74, Full, Drum Only and Mute mode
Reverb effect with professional DSP processor
10 preset types
Tempo, Time signature, Sound
1 – 3 minutes
Setup Menu
Accomp & Drum volume for Demo, Master tuning, count sensitivity, Local,
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
Back-light LCD, 2 Row X 16 Characters
Power
12V DC
Aux. Socket
Headphone, Line In/Out, MIDI In/Out, USB, Power In
32
HD-010B 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
Kit B Rev. 1.02D

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