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Yamaha DTXPRESS Owner's Manual

Yamaha drum trigger module owner's manual.
DRUM TRIGGER MODULE
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    DRUM TRIGGER MODULE Owner’s Manual...

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    For longer extension cords, consult a local electrician. This product should be used only with the components supplied or; a cart, rack, or stand that is recommended by Yamaha. If a cart, etc., is used, please observe all safety markings and instructions that accom- pany the accessory product.

  • Page 3: Precautions

    If this should happen, consult a physician immediately. ■ SAVING USER DATA • Save all data to an external device such as the Yamaha MIDI Data Filer MDF3, in order to help prevent the loss of important data due to a malfunction or user operating error.

  • Page 4: How To Use The Manual, About The Descriptions, Inside This Package

    This section contains cautions that must be followed for safe and proper use of the DTXPRESS. Also, control and function names, connecting the pads and how to play the DTXPRESS, how to record and playback songs, how to create original drum kits are all described in this section.

  • Page 5: Dtxpress Main Features

    DTXPRESS Main Features Along with the drum trigger function found in the DTXPRESS’ compact half-rack 1U size body is a 32 voice polyphonic tone generator compatible with the GM System Level 1 standard and 2-track sequencer all espe- cially designed for drummers.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Play Along with a Song ... 18 Record Your Performance ... 20 Create Your Own Original Drum Kit ... 22 Getting More Out of Your DTXPRESS ... 24 ■ Factory Set ... 24 ■ Functions related to connections and input source (pads) ... 24 ■...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    4. Setup ... 46 4-1. Program Change, Bank Select ... 46 4-2. Volume, Pan ... 46 4-3. Drum Kit Voice Copy ... 46 5. Drum Kit Common Parameters ... 47 5-1. Volume ... 47 5-2. Drum Reverb Send ... 47 5-3.

  • Page 8: Controls And Functions, Front Panel

    The LCD Display shows information and data that is necessary to operate the DTXPRESS. i Play Button (PLAY) Press the button to enter the DTXPRESS’ Drum Kit Play Mode. o Utility Button (UTIL) Press the button to enter the Utility Mode that contains basic set- tings for operation of the DTXPRESS.

  • Page 9: Rear Panel

    “MIDI” position. (P. 12, 26) @6 TO HOST Jack This jack is used to connect a computer to the DTXPRESS with a serial cable. Use a cable that is compatible with the type of com- puter you are using. (P. 26)

  • Page 10: Setting Up, Connecting The Pads

    Setting Up To prevent electric shock and damage to the devices, make sure the power is switched OFF on the DTXPRESS and all related devices before making any connections to the DTXPRESS’ input and output jacks. ■ Connecting the pads Referring to the illustration shown below, connect the output cable from each pad to each Trigger Input Jack located on the rear panel of the DTXPRESS.

  • Page 11: Setting Up With Acoustic Drums

    Setting up with Acoustic Drums With the optional Yamaha DT10 Drum Triggers attached to a set of acoustic drums, it is possible to connect acoustic drums to the DTXPRESS. ■ A setup example using both acoustic drums and drum pads.

  • Page 12: Connecting A Mixer Or Audio Equipment, Connecting A Midi Device, Connecting A Computer

    MIDI Data DTXPRESS • Receive MIDI Data Use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI IN jack on the DTXPRESS with the MIDI OUT jack on the external MIDI device. Set the HOST SELECT switch to the “MIDI” position. Set to “MIDI”...

  • Page 13: Connecting The Power Supply

    Adjusts the volume of the headphones. ■ Connecting a Pair of Headphones (PHONES jack) When you want to listen to the DTXPRESS with a pair of head- phones, connect the headphones to the PHONES jack (stereo stan- dard) on the front panel.

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    The DTXPRESS Quick Guide (Basic Functions List) Play the DTXPRESS along with your favorite CD or MD! (Connect the line out from a CD or MD player here.) Connect a pair of head- phones here to monitor the DTXPRESS! Press the knob to switch the power ON! Rotate the knob to adjust the overall vol- ume (transmitted to the OUTPUT jack).

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    2. Use the [SEL<]/[SEL>] buttons to select either “Lo” (bass) or “Hi” (treble), 3. Use the [SEL<]/[SEL>] and [VALUE–]/[VALUE+] buttons to edit. The DTXPRESS Quick Guide (Basic Functions List) Select a Drum Kit 1. Press the [PLAY] button to open this display, Drum Kit Number...

  • Page 16: Play The Dtxpress

    Play the DTXPRESS! Now that you have the DTXPRESS properly connected, let’s make some music! 1. Switch the power ON After confirming that each of the devices, pads, external de- vices, etc. are all properly connected, push the POWER/VOL knob on the front panel to switch the power ON.

  • Page 17: Play Along With The Metronome

    The Groove Check Function can be used not only on the snare drum, but on any of the DTXPRESS’ pads. Also, you can change the metronome’s pattern to a sixteenth or triplet note feel.

  • Page 18: Play Along With A Song

    Play Along with a Song The DTXPRESS has a total of 95 preset songs that are good for rhythm practice. Try and play along with a song. 1. Select a Song Select one of the DTXPRESS’ songs and listen to it. Song numbers 1-95 are preset songs that have been created by Yamaha.

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    The metronome (click voice) can be set to start/stop HINT when the song starts/stops. (m [3-8. Click Mode] (P. 58) 7. Change the Click Voice When the click voice resembles voices that are found in the song it might be hard to hear. In this case it is a good idea to change the click voice.

  • Page 20: Record Your Performance

    Record Your Performance Next, let’s try recording your performance to the DTXPRESS’ sequencer. With song data you record you can switch drum kits, change the tempo and playback in the same way as preset songs. ■ Recording System • Recording can be done in any of the user songs (No. 96-127) that supplied for recording.

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    ● When the Record Mode is set to Replace (“Rpl”). The following display will appear while recording (only dis- played, cannot be changed). The measure number currently being recorded. REC M= 18=Rp1†=1 Now Recording. When the end of the assigned measure number is reached, re- cording will automatically stop, and the display will return to the Drum Kit &...

  • Page 22: Create Your Own Original Drum Kit

    Create Your Own Original Drum Kit You can assign voices you like to each of the pads, and set the tuning (pitch), voice, decay, reverb, etc. to create your own original drum kit. 1. Select the Drum Voice First, select a drum voice for the kit you want to create. Let’s try assigning a snare drum voice.

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    Drum Kit Edit Mode [2-1. Cross Fade] (P . 43) 10. Save the Voice You Have Created Let’s save the drum voice you created to the DTXPRESS’ memory. Drum kit numbers “49” – “80” (these are called user drum kits) are used for saving individual drum kits.

  • Page 24: Getting More Out Of Your Dtxpress, Factory Set

    Getting More Out of Your DTXPRESS There is much more to the DTXPRESS than what we have covered so far. With a full understanding of these functions you can get the most out of the DTXPRESS. ■ Factory Set The internal settings of the DTXPRESS will be returned to their factory preset condition.

  • Page 25: Settings Related To The Tone Generator, Settings Related To The Song, Other Functions, Using Midi

    MIDI devices. ● Bulk Dump/Bulk In Data for each of the settings in the DTXPRESS can be transmitted to an external MIDI device or computer (Bulk Dump). When con- nected to the DTXPRESS, a device equipped with a “save” func- tion, such as the Yamaha MDF3, etc., can be used to backup your...

  • Page 26: Connecting A Computer

    MIDI interface, connect the MIDI interface to the computers RS-422 jack (modem or printer port), connect the MIDI OUT jack on the interface to the MIDI IN jack on the DTXPRESS. Set the HOST SELECT switch to the “MIDI’ position.

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    Reference This section describes each function of the DTXPRESS in detail. You can use it like a dictionary to look up the functions you can’t understand. Each mode is listed in the same order as they are displayed in the DTXPRESS.

  • Page 28: Dtxpress Internal Makeup

    The DTXPRESS has 48 preset (No. 1-48) drum kits and another 32 user (No. 49-80) drum kits that are used for saving original drum kits created by the user.

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    For example, song data (sequencer data) transmitted from an ex- ternal sequencer to the DTXPRESS’ MIDI IN jack can be used to play the voices produced by the DTXPRESS’ internal tone gen- erator. You can use the DTXPRESS to play along with these songs and record both external sequencer and DTXPRESS parts.

  • Page 30: Drum Kit Play Mode, Drum Kit & Song, Trigger Setup & Tempo

    Drum Kit Play Mode This mode enables you to play the DTXPRESS drum voices by hitting the pads (or drums with trigger sen- sors attached) connected to the DTXPRESS. The DTXPRESS automatically enters this mode when the power is switched on.

  • Page 31: Song & Mute, Groove Check Function

    (the snare voice is delivered when the pad is hit). Function As you play the pads along with a song, the DTXPRESS will compare your performance with its song clock and let you know how accurate your timing is.

  • Page 32: About The Song, Song Playback

    About the Song The DTXPRESS can internally store data for a maximum of 127 songs that can be played back freely. Song numbers 1-95 are preset songs and song data in those songs cannot be changed or rewritten. Song numbers 96-127 are user songs that can be used to record new performance data and also edit song data in.

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    ■ Pad Song Playback (Start/Stop) To playback a Pad Song, hit the pad that is assigned to the Pad Song you want to playback. Hit the same pad during playback will stop the song. Hit the pad again to start the song from the begin- ning.

  • Page 34: Song Recording

    5. When the song reaches the end of the assigned mea- sure number, recording will automatically stop and the DTXPRESS will return to the Drum Kit Play mode (Drum Kit & Song display). * Recording can also be stopped anytime by pressing the [START/S] button.

  • Page 35: Trigger Setup Edit Mode

    * If the Utility mode’s [Jump to Recent Page] parameter (P . 28) is set to “on”, the DTXPRESS will display the page last ed- ited when entering the Trigger Setup Edit mode. 4. Use the [SEL<], [SEL>] buttons to move the cursor to the list you want to edit.

  • Page 36: Input Parameters, Pad Type, Gain, Minimum Velocity

    5 misc 6 HH contrler Connect the HH60, HH80, HH80A to Trigger In- * The DT10, DT20 are Yamaha Drum Trigger Sensors. This function sets the input sensitivity (Gain) and velocity range (Minimum Velocity) for each input jack q.

  • Page 37: Velocity Curve, Self Rejection, Rejection, Specific Rejection, Trigger Setup Copy

    1-3. Velocity Curve This function sets the MIDI Velocity Curve for the sensitivity for each input jack q. TRIG IN= 1 VelCurve= normal q TRIG IN (Trigger Input Number) Assigns the trigger input jack number (the same procedure as in [1-1.

  • Page 38: Common Parameters, Increment/decrement, Input Exchange, Trigger Setup Name

    Trigger Setup Edit Mode 2. COMMON Parameters Contains common settings for all pad inputs (1-10). This group is divided into the following 3 pages. 2-1. Increment/Decrement ... 38 2-2. Input Exchange ... 38 2-3. Trigger Setup Name ... 38 2-1. Increment/Decrement This sets the pad function that allows the currently selected drum kit number to be increased or decreased by 1 by hitting the speci- fied pad.

  • Page 39: Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode

    * If the Utility Mode’s [1- 4. Jump to Recent Page] (P. 52) pa- rameter is set to “on”, the DTXPRESS will display the page last edited when entering the Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode. 4. Use the [SEL<]/[SEL>] buttons to move the cursor to the parameter you want to edit.

  • Page 40: Voice Parameters

    Sets the voice for each input source of the pad. The Input Source is trigger data that is transmitted by the pads or trigger sensors connected to input jacks 1-10 of the DTXPRESS. When monaural pads TP60/80, KP60/80, PCY60/80, DT10/20, etc.

  • Page 41: Voice, Volume, Pan, Tuning

    pad 9 Pad input for Trigger Input Jack 9. pad 10 Pad input for Trigger Input Jack 10. * According to the setting in the Utility Mode’s [1-1. Learn Mode] (P. 52), the input source can be assigned by hitting the pad. * Monaural pads do not have a rim switch function.

  • Page 42: Layer Balance, Decay, Cutoff Frequency, Note Number, Channel, Gate Time

    Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode 1-4. Layer Balance When a drum voice is made up of 2 layers (a single voice consist- ing of 2 voice waves), this function sets the volume balance be- tween the 2 layers that are delivered by each layer w of the input source q.

  • Page 43: Input Common Parameters, Cross Fade, Reverb Send, Alternate Group, Key Assign Mode

    2. Input Common Parameters This sub-mode sets the common settings between 2 layers for voice parameters of each pad’s input source. The Input Common Parameters sub-group is divided into the fol- lowing 8 pages. 2-1. Cross Fade ... 43 2-2. Reverb Send ... 43 2-3.

  • Page 44: Hold Mode, Key Off Enable, Function, Pad Song

    Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode 2-4. Hold Mode Sets the Hold Mode for the voice (layer 1, 2) delivered by input source q. KIT IN=pad 1 Hold Mode= q IN (Input Source) Assigns the input source for the setting. (Refer to P. 40) w Hold Mode Each time the pad is hit either a MIDI key on or MIDI key off event will be transmitted in succession.

  • Page 45: Reverb Parameter, Reverb Type, Time, Reverb Master Return

    * When an input other than the rim switch is selected for the input source, “-------“ will be displayed and settings can not be carried out. This function sets the internal reverb effect of the DTXPRESS. The reverb parameters are divided into the following 2 pages. 3-1. Reverb Type, Time ... 45 3-2.

  • Page 46: Setup, Program Change, Bank Select, Volume, Pan, Drum Kit Voice Copy

    Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode 4. Setup When a drum kit is selected, this function copies MIDI transmit data settings and drum kit voice settings. The Setup sub-group is divided into the following 3 pages. 4-1. Program Change, Bank Select ... 46 4-2.

  • Page 47: Drum Kit Common Parameters, Volume, Drum Reverb Send, Hi-hat Sensitivity, Song Select, Drum Kit Name

    5. Drum Kit Common Parameters This function sets the common settings for the entire drum kit. The Drum Kit Common Parameters are divided into the following 5 pages. 5-1. Volume ... 47 5-2. Drum Reverb Send ... 47 5-3. Hi-Hat Sensitivity ... 47 5-4.

  • Page 48: Song Job Mode, Tempo, Repeat Playback, Program Change, Bank Select

    * If the Utility Mode’s [1-4. Jump To Recent Page] (P. 52) pa- rameter is set to “on”, The DTXPRESS will display the page last edited when entering the Song Job Mode. 4. Use the [SEL<]/[SEL>] buttons to move the cursor to the parameter you want to edit.

  • Page 49: Volume, Pan, Song Copy, Quantize

    3. Volume, Pan This function changes the volume and pan settings for each MIDI channel in the user song (rewrites the Voice information in the song’s header). This control change will be transmitted when a song is selected and when song playback is stopped. SONG Ch 1=off Vol= --- Pan=---...

  • Page 50: Clear Track, Merge Track, Clear Song, Song Name

    Song Job Mode 6. Clear Track This function clears all data in the assigned track q in the user song. SONG Clear Track Track=1 q TR (Specified Track) Assigns the track (“1” or “2”) to be cleared. Procedure 1. Assign the track you want to clear on the display shown above, press the [SAVE/ENT] button.

  • Page 51: Utility Mode

    4. Use the [VALUE–] and [VALUE+] buttons to set the parameter’s value or ON/OFF setting. Any settings made in the Utility Mode will directly change the memory settings of the DTXPRESS. There is no store function in this mode. Utility Mode Function List 1.

  • Page 52: System Group, Learn Mode, Trigger Bypass, Volume Mode, Jump To Recent

    1-2. Trigger Bypass This function prohibits reception of pad signals from pads (the hi- hat controller too) connected to the DTXPRESS. You will not be able to produce voices or transmit MIDI data. The sequencer and tone generator will function normally.

  • Page 53: Hi-hat Offset, Factory Set, Midi Group, Bulk Dump

    2. MIDI Group This sub-mode contains functions and settings for the MIDI and TO HOST jacks of the DTXPRESS. This group is divided into the following 10 pages. 2-1. Bulk Dump ... 53 2-2. Channel 10 Program Change/ Channel Event Receive ...

  • Page 54: Channel 10 Program Change/channel Event Receive, Receive Program Change/system Exclusive Messages

    10 can be used to switch DTXPRESS drum kits. It is necessary to set the receive parameter to “on” in this display in order to switch the DTXPRESS’ drum kits from a song or an external MIDI device. UT MIDI RECEIVE...

  • Page 55: Program Change Table, Midi Mode, Device Number, Local Control, Midi Merge

    (Drum Kit Number) Sets the drum kit number (1-80). If this parameter is set to “none” the DTXPRESS will not re- spond, even when a program change message is received. * When the drum kit is changed with the DTXPRESS, the pro- gram change set in this function will be transmitted through MIDI channel 10.

  • Page 56: Dump Interval, Send Hi-hat Control, Host Thru Port, Sequencer Group, Click Voice

    2-8. Dump Interval This sets the length of intervals between the packets of MIDI data sent by the DTXPRESS Bulk Out function. The intervals can be adjusted to the capacity of the external receiving MIDI device to prevent data overflow.

  • Page 57: Click Tune, Click Note Number, Midi Control, Count Switch, Sync Mode

    Sets the MIDI note number. The note number and note name will be displayed. If this is set to “off”, the DTXPRESS will produce sound how- ever; key on messages will not be transmitted. * Refer to the preset drum kit’s [Drum Voice List] (P. 68) for the voice assignment of each MIDI note number.

  • Page 58: Use Tempo, Click Mode, Tg (tone Generator) Group, Equalizer (eq), Tuning, Volume

    The [CLICK] button can also be used to control on/off operation of the click sound. This sub-mode contains settings for the DTXPRESS’ tone genera- tor. This group is divided into the following 4 pages. 4-1. Equalizer (EQ) ... 58 4-2.

  • Page 59: Reverb Bypass, Map (drum Map) Group, Voice

    4-4. Reverb Bypass This function decides whether to bypass the system effect’s reverb or not. UT TG MASTER ReverbBypass=off q ReverbBypass (Reverb Bypass) off: Does not bypass (functions). Normal operation. on: Bypasses. Reverb will not be applied to the voice. This sub-mode is used to edit the User Drum Map.

  • Page 60: Tuning, Volume, Pan, Layer Balance, Decay, Cutoff Frequency, Reverb Send

    Utility Mode e Voice Number Voice Name [Range] 0, 1-127 Selects the assigned voice. Displays the voice number (1-127) and voice name. If this parameter is set to “0”, “NoAssign” will appear in the display and sound will not be produced. * Refer to the [Drum Voice List] (P .

  • Page 61: Alternate Group, Key Assign Mode, Key Off Enable, Map Copy

    q N (MIDI Note Number) Sets the MIDI note number (The same procedure as in [5-1. Voice]). w Reverb send (Reverb Send Level) [Range] 0-127 5-7. Alternate Group, Key Assign Mode This sets the Alternate Group and Key Assign Mode for each drum voice w assigned to each MIDI note number q.

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    MEMO...

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    Appendix This section contains lists for the DTXPRESS’ internal Voice, Song, Trigger Setup as well as details related to MIDI and Error Messages. Specifications... 64 Error Messages ... 65 Trouble Shooting... 66 Drum Voice List ... 68 GM Keyboard Voice List ... 72 Preset Drum Kit List ...

  • Page 64: Specifications

    * Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.

  • Page 65: Error Messages

    The cause of the problem may be that the backup RAM data has been damaged or the backup battery power is low. Contact the nearest Yamaha Service Center or the dealer where you purchased the device.

  • Page 66: Trouble Shooting

    ● Is the Drum Kit Voice Edit mode’s [1-2. Volume, Pan] (m P. 41) or [5-1. Volume] (m P . 47) volume set to “0”? ● Check the local control setting in the Utility mode. When the local control is set to “off” the DTXPRESS will not produce sound when the pads are hit.

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    ● Change the INPUT ATTENUATION setting on the rear panel. (m P. 9) The DTXPRESS does not receive any switch or trigger signals. ● If you can access the Utility mode, do a factory reset. The DTXPRESS will reset to its factory settings. (m P . 53 [1- 6. Factory Reset]) ●...

  • Page 68: Drum Voice List

    Drum Voice List ● Voice Category 43 BD Metal ● 44 BD Rock1 K : Acoustic Kick 45 BD Rock2 k : Electric Kick S : Acoustic Snare 46 BD ROOM4 47 VeloRoom ● s : Electric Snare 48 WudPoint ● T : Acoustic Tom 49 BDevolvr ●...

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    76 RollRim1 ● 14 Dance01 15 Dance02 77 RollRim2 16 Dance03 78 RollRim3 79 Ruberbnd ● 17 Dance05 18 Dance06 80 S Gate1 19 Electrik 81 S Gate2 20 SAmbie4 ● 82 S Gate3 21 SAna1 ● 83 S RuberS 22 SAna2 ●...

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    Drum Voice List 48 Distrt F 49 HCymClsM 49 ETMooRH 50 HCymOpnL 50 ETMooRM 51 HCymOpnM 51 ETMooRL H : Hi-Hat 52 ETMooRXL 53 IndTmH ● 1 H Cls01 54 IndTmM ● 2 H Cls13 55 IndTmL ● 3 H ClsA1 56 IndTmF ●...

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    25 FStep e : Effect 2 26 Funky 1 JNGLSN1 ● 27 Gargoyle ● 2 JNGLSN2 ● 28 Glass1 3 JNGLSN3 ● 29 Gun 1 4 JNGLSN4 ● 30 Gun 2 5 JNGLSN5 ● 31 Gun 3 6 JNGLSN6 ● 32 HaHoHee ●...

  • Page 72: Gm Keyboard Voice List, Preset Drum Kit List

    GM Keyboard Voice List No. Category Name No. Category 1 Piano GrandPno 33 Bass BritePno E.Grand ● HnkyTonk ● E.Piano1 ● E.Piano2 ● Harpsi. Clavi. 9 Chromatic Celesta 41 Strings 10 Percussion Glocken MusicBox ● Vibes Marimba Xylophon TubulBel Dulcimer ● 17 Organ DrawOrgn 49 Ensemble...

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    No. 1 Accoustic Input Voice-1 Voice-2 Source Cat./No./Name Cat./No./Name pad1 K 17 BDaftty1 NoAssign rim1 NoAssign NoAssign pad2 Loosy NoAssign rim2 S 79 OpnRim NoAssign pad3 Dry1 Hi NoAssign rim3 T 71 ACTomH NoAssign pad4 Dry1 Mid NoAssign rim4 T 72 ACTomM NoAssign pad5 Dry1 Lo...

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    Preset Drum Kit List No. 9 Ballade Input Voice-1 Voice-2 Source Cat./No./Name Cat./No./Name pad1 K 11 BD NN04C K 0 NoAssign rim1 NoAssign NoAssign pad2 S 110 S SStck2 NoAssign rim2 S 15 OldCan NoAssign pad3 Dry1 Hi NoAssign rim3 DRY GM5 NoAssign pad4...

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    No. 17 Dance2 Input Voice-1 Voice-2 Source Cat./No./Name Cat./No./Name pad1 k 12 BDDance9 K 0 NoAssign rim1 s 12 AnSStick NoAssign pad2 s 17 Dance05 NoAssign rim2 s 19 Electrik NoAssign pad3 t 41 ElectrcH NoAssign rim3 P 56 Shake1 NoAssign pad4 t 42 ElectrcM...

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    Preset Drum Kit List No. 25 World Input Voice-1 Voice-2 Source Cat./No./Name Cat./No./Name pad1 P 13 Bongo Mu NoAssign rim1 P 80 Timb NoAssign pad2 P 48 Log H NoAssign rim2 P 39 EthWB NoAssign pad3 P 29 CongaO NoAssign rim3 P 11 Bongo Hi NoAssign...

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    No. 33 Bs.@Base Input Voice-1 Voice-2 Source Cat./No./Name Cat./No./Name pad1 k 32 Walkik k 18 Sub3 rim1 NoAssign NoAssign pad2 s 118 Shotgun JNGLSN8 rim2 s 80 S Gate1 NoAssign ● pad song : 89 HornGrv pad3 rim3 NoAssign NoAssign pad4 LITELOOP K 0 NoAssign...

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    Preset Drum Kit List No. 41 GM std 2 Input Voice-1 Voice-2 Source Cat./No./Name Cat./No./Name pad1 K 19 MapleA20 NoAssign rim1 NoAssign NoAssign pad2 S 98 Steel65 NoAssign rim2 S 91 OpnRimC NoAssign pad3 DRY GM5 NoAssign rim3 DRY GM5 NoAssign pad4 DRY GM4...

  • Page 79: Preset Song List, Trigger Setup List

    Preset Song List Song Drum Kit No. Song Name No. Kit Name Latiniq Acoustic ZEBULON Zebulon JungleNY JungleNY BigDadd GM std 1 Metizo GM std 1 Muses GM std 1 Vee Bop BeBop FeelNite GM std 2 Straight GM std 1 Samba 1 GM std 1 Samba 2...

  • Page 80: Midi Data Format

    MIDI Data Format 1. Channel Message When the [2-2. Channel 10 Propgram Change/Channel Event Receive] (P. 54) in the utility mode is set to “10=off”, the DTXPRESS will not receive channel message for MIDI channel 10. 1.1 Key On Key Off Sends and receives data.

  • Page 81

    4.3 active sensing Once active sensing data has been received, if no MIDI data is subsequently received for longer than an interval of approximately 300 msec, the DTXPRESS will mute all the sounds. Send the messages within an interval of approximately 300 msec.

  • Page 82: Midi Implementation Chart

    YAMAHA [ Drum Trigger Module ] Model DTXPRESS MIDI Implementation Chart Function ... Basic Default 1 - 16 Channel Changed 1 - 16 Default Mode Messages Altered ************** Note 0 - 127 Number : True voice 0 - 127 Velocity Note ON...

  • Page 83: Index

    Index 9/10 jack ... 9, 10 ... 18 ˚ ... 19, 31 ® ... 19, 31 ACCOMPANIMENT VOLUME ... 8, 16, 18 Acoustic Drums ... 11 Alternate Group ... 43, 61 AUX IN ... 8, 13 Backup Battery ... 3 Bank Select ...

  • Page 84

    Index Mute Drum Part (Rhythm Mute) ... 18 Mute Drum Voice ... 31 Mute Individual Drums ... 19 Note ... 7 OUTPUT Jack ... 9, 12 Pad ... 10, 36 Page ... 4, 28 Pan ... 22, 41, 46, 49, 60 PHONES Jack ...

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    For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha or the authorized distributor listed below. Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez- vous adresser à Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste sui- vante. NORTH AMERICA CANADA Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.

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    Compliance with FCC This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA. regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations.

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    DTX Information http://www.yamaha.co.jp /english/product/drum/dtx /index.html V372400 Printed in Japan...

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