Yamaha DTX Owner's Manual

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DRUM TRIGGER MODULE
Version 2.0
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    DRUM DRUM TRIGGER TRIGGER DRUM TRIGGER MODULE Version 2.0 MODULE MODULE OWNER’S MANUAL...

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    If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the your local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620 The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

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    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 ac- company the accessory product.

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    Your DTX will give you years of reliable service if you follow the simple rules given below: Location Do not expose the instrument to the following conditions, to avoid deformation, discoloration, or more serious damage. Direct sunlight, such as near a window.

  • Page 6: About This Manual

    Getting Started This section describes the basic steps you need to quickly plug and play with a set up using the DTX. A general explanation of the DTX is also available in the “Overall Structure and Modes” section (P.18) .

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    AWM 2 tone generator which is compatible with the GM standard providing high quality sounds, rhythm machine functions with many rhythm styles, and sequencer fucntions enabling you to create an entire song. You can use the DTX in many situations such as studio production, live performances and rhythm practice.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Overall Structure and Modes ... 18 Drum or Percussion Sounds and Drum Kits ... 18 Pattern and Song ... 19 Triggering ... 20 The Modes of the DTX ... 21 Basic Operation ... 22 Entering a mode ... 22 Tips on the LCD ... 25 PAGE¡...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    3 ClrTrack (clear track) ... 109 4 Clr Song (clear song) ... 109 5 PgmCh (select the voices of each channel) ... 110 6 VolCh (channel volume) ... 110 7 PanCh (channel pan) ... 110 8 PlayMode ... 110 9 B Lnr TR (bass linear track mode) ... 111 10 Pat Mute (pattern track mute mode) ...

  • Page 10: Controls And Functions

    ' DRUM KIT Button (P.30) Press this button to put the DTX into Drum Kit Play mode. ( CHAIN Button (P.63) Press this button once to put the DTX into Chain mode.

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    + TRIGGER Button (P.32) Press this button to put the DTX into Drum Kit Trigger Edit mode. , VOICE Button (P.51) Press this button to put the DTX into Drum Kit Voice Edit mode. This button also acts as an “audition” button which allows you to listen to a voice without actually changing it while you are editing.

  • Page 12: Rear Panel

    $ 12/11 Input (P.9) Connects with an optional pad. If you use a stereo phone plug to connect the DTX and two pads, two triggers can be input. If you use monaural phone plugs, only 11 is available to use.

  • Page 13: Setting Up

    Connect each pad to the proper DTX input jack as shown below: (This illustration is an example of the pads, triggers and devices that can be connected to the DTX. Refer to P.8 for the types of pads or triggers that can be connected to each input jack.) Additional Pads TP80,etc.

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    Setting Up with an Acoustic Drum Set (5-piece) and 5 Pads *Connect each acoustic drum piece to a drum trigger pick-up (Yamaha DT10—not included) in advance. (P.11) Connect each drum trigger pick-up to the proper input jack as shown below:...

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    The AUX IN jack (stereo mini jack) is located on the near panel. You can enter a sound source from a CD or cassette player through this jack, mix it with the DTX sounds and send it out through the output jacks on the rear panel. This is convenient when you practice a rhythm by playing to a tune or hold a band session.

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    C To avoid speaker damage, make it a rule to turn the power on in the order of 1) the DTX, 2) mixers and amplifiers, 3) audio devices. When turning the system off, simply reverse the process.

  • Page 17: Getting Started

    CHAPTER Getting Started This chapter describes the basic operations of the DTX. Use this to get an overall image of the DTX and master the basic uses. Getting Started ... (P.14) Overall Structure and Modes ... (P.18) Basic Operation ... (P.22)

  • Page 18: Getting Started

    Getting Started Choose a Drum Kit and Start Playing! Your Yamaha DTX contains 928 drum and percussion sounds. Drum and percussion sounds make up a drum kit (drum voice) and the drum kits are categorized by musical style. There are 64 drum kits: 32 preset drum kits and 32 user drum kits which enable you to enjoy performances of various musical styles just by selecting a kit.

  • Page 19: Adjust The Volume

    DRUM PAGE PAGE TRIGGER ERASE ERASE MAIN A MAIN A MAIN B MAIN B MISC. MISC. CYMBAL CYMBAL VOICE CHAIN BASS RHYTHM RHYTHM FILL AB FILL AB FILL BA FILL BA TMP TR TMP TR PAT TR PAT TR SNARE SNARE KICK KICK...

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    Getting Started Play to a Pattern! Your Yamaha DTX features rhythm machine functions containing 660 preset patterns (110 styles x 6 sections) and 100 user patterns. One pattern consists of rhythm part, bass part and chord part. Each preset style contains 6 sections (MAIN A, MAIN B, FILL AB, FILL BA, INTRO, and ENDING).

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    CHO TR CHO TR While holding the SOLO button ... A The DTX is factory preset to automatically switch the drum kit to its most appropriate pattern each time the pattern is changed. To keep the drum kit from switching to its preset pattern, turn the PC function of the RecvCh 10 PC in Utility Mode off.

  • Page 22: Overall Structure And Modes, Drum Or Percussion Sounds And Drum Kits

    This function is useful for live performances. Your DTX also contains 128 normal keyboard voices. These voices are used to add bass or chord parts to the DTX rhythm pattern. It is also possible to play a melody or obbligato by changing a part (MIDI channel).

  • Page 23: Pattern And Song

    Your DTX contains 660 preset patterns (110 styles x 6 sections) with matching preset backings. 100 original user patterns can be created and stored within the DTX. In the same manner as the drum kit, the patterns can also be played back in a specified order using the chain function.

  • Page 24: Triggering

    The term “triggering” refers to drive a tone generated from the DTX. The DTX is designed to produce a trigger signal when a pad or a drum with a trigger sensor connected to the DTX is hit. By assigning up to 5 types of voices of your preference you can produce them at one time by triggering a single signal from a drum pad.

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    Modes of the DTX Modes refer to functions which are grouped for efficient operation. The following 8 types of modes are available. Drum Kit Play mode (P.30): To select and play a drum kit. Chain Play mode (P.63): To play a preset chain (drum kits or patterns set in a specific order).

  • Page 26: Basic Operation, Entering A Mode

    Getting Started Basic Operation The following describes the basic operation. Entering a mode Press the button of a mode. ■ Drum Kit Play mode: Press the DRUM KIT button. ■ Drum Kit Trigger Edit mode: Press the TRIGGER button. ■ Drum Kit Voice Edit mode: Press the VOICE button. DRUM KIT DRUM TRIGGER...

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    ■ Chain Play mode: Press the CHAIN button. DRUM TRIGGER VOICE CHAIN SONG UTILITY PATTERN STORE ■ Chain Edit mode: Press the CHAIN button twice or press the CHAIN button once while in Chain Play mode. DRUM TRIGGER VOICE CHAIN SONG UTILITY PATTERN...

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    Getting Started ■ Song Play mode: Press the SONG button. ■ Song Record mode: Enter this mode by taking several steps in Song Play mode. Refer to P.99 for details. ■ Song Job mode: Press the SONG button twice or press the SONG button once while in Song Play mode. ■...

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    Press the STORE button while in Chain Play mode, Chain mode or Edit mode to enter Chain Store mode. DRUM CHAIN SONG PATTERN Tips on the LCD The Drum Kit Play mode and Chain Play mode share a common display focus area as shown in the illustration.

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    Getting Started PAGE¡ and PAGE⁄ Buttons All modes except Play mode and Store mode have multiple display pages. Use the PAGE¡ or PAGE⁄ buttons to select the page. For example, in Chain Edit mode, each time you press the PAGE¡ button the previous page is selected and each time you press the PAGE⁄...

  • Page 31: Data Scroll Wheel, Yes And -1/no Buttons, Transport Buttons

    C Once the initialization is executed, the factory preset settings will replace the current contents. Please take precautions to avoid losing your important data. It is also recommended to store the settings you need to save in advance to external devices such as the Yamaha MIDI Data Filer (MDF2).

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    Getting Started...

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    CHAPTER Feature Reference This chapter describes the functions of each mode. Use this as a dictionary to look up items or the details and get to know the various ways to use a function. Drum Kit Play mode ... (P.30) Drum Kit Trigger Edit mode ...

  • Page 34: Drum Kit Play Mode, Entering Drum Kit Play Mode, Selecting A Drum Kit

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Play Mode Drum Kit Play Mode This mode enables you to play the DTX drum voices from connected pads and triggers. You can choose from 64 drum kits. Entering Drum Kit Play Mode Press the DRUM KIT button.

  • Page 35: Adjusting The Volume

    " Rotate the Data Scroll Wheel to choose the drum kit number you want to use. The drum kit number is also displayed on the LED. A You can also change the drum kit number using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons. Drum Kit Numbers User drum kit: 1 to 32 Preset drum kit: 33 to 64...

  • Page 36: Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode, Entering The Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode

    Drum Kit Trigger Edit mode. A When the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)” parameter on the 7th page in Utility mode is “on”, the DTX will display the page you selected the last time you edited. Your DTX will display the 1st page when the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)” parameter is “off”. See P.116 for details regarding the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)”...

  • Page 37: Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode (page Structure And Operation)

    Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode (Page structure and operation) The Drum Kit Trigger Edit modes consists of 31 display pages of various functions as the drum kit trigger modules. However, by setting the Edit mode on the 2nd page in Utility mode to “easy”, some of the pages which are seldomly used will not appear.

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    *31 SetChord= (setting the note number by chord) ... (P.49) A The "26 In 9 to 10 (input 9 to 10)" and "27 In 11 to 12 (input 11 to 12)" are additional features of DTX version 2.0. Please refer to the System...

  • Page 39: Kit Name, Kit Name (drum Kit Name), Pad Type

    Yamaha DT10 to a snare. hi tom: Select this when you have connected the Yamaha DT10 or DT20 to a hi tom (smaller tom). lo tom: Select this when you have connected the Yamaha DT10 or DT20 to a low tom (larger tom).

  • Page 40: Auto Set, Pad Gain

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode 3 Auto Set This automatically sets the input gain (sensitivity) of each input jack number. A The appropriate input gains are preset as a setting example so that you can start to play without any input adjustment.

  • Page 41: Velrange (velocity Range), Levelrng (level Range), Velrange (velocity Range

    5 LevelRng (level range) Set the Maximum and Minimum input levels of each input jack number. The levels are determined in proportion to the value set here. A Refer to P.38 for further details regarding the relation between input level and velocity. ! Move the cursor to INPUT and Rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/ NO buttons to choose the input jack...

  • Page 42: Velcurve (velocity Curve), Velcurve (velocity Curve)

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode 7 VelCurve (velocity curve) Set the velocity curve for each input jack number. This velocity curve defines the relation between the level range set on the 5th page and the velocity range set on the 6th page. ! Move the cursor to the INPUT focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to choose the...

  • Page 43: Self Rej (self Rejection), Reject (rejection), Self Rej (self Rejection), Reject (rejection

    8 Self Rej (self rejection) This function prevents double triggering. When 2 sounds have been played at the same time, the second sounds will be automatically muted for a certain length of time. The larger the value the longer the time. Set the length for each input jack number.

  • Page 44: Spec Rej (specific Rejection), Note= (note Numbers Settings), Note= (note Numbers Settings)

    The MIDI note number can also be transmitted from the MIDI OUT jack on the rear panel of the DTX to an external device. This means you can play a pad and control an external MIDI tone generator or sequencer.

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    The relationship between note numbers and names. MIDI defines the note “C” in the center of the keyboard as note number 60. Yamaha defines the note by putting a number that symbolizes the octave, and the “C” in the center of the keyboard is regarded as “C3”.

  • Page 46: Note= (gate Time), Note= (midi Channel), Note= (gate Time), Note= (midi Channel

    DTX internal tone generator if you have the input jack number set to a MIDI note number that triggers a chord or bass voice in the DTX. ! Move the cursor to the INPUT focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to choose the input jack number.

  • Page 47: Keyon

    A When the pad is played while holding the Rim Switch (Yamaha TP80S or PCY80S pads) note set by mut (mute) is enabled and the 1st to 5th notes are disabled. Therefore the trigger types of stack and alter, stackMN and alterMN become the same.

  • Page 48: Velxfade (velocity Cross-fade), Rimkeyon, Velxfade (velocity Cross-fade)

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode 15 VelXFade (velocity cross-fade) This function sets the velocity cross-fade for each input jack number on or off. When several MIDI note numbers are assigned on the 11th Note Number page and this function is on, the softer you play the pad, the 1st note is louder and the last note the smallest.

  • Page 49: Rim Vel (rim Velocity), Pad Func (pad Function)

    5th, 6th, and 7th display pages. The difference between“variabl”described below is that pad will be muted if the DTX receives a trigger lower than the minimum level set for level range on the 5th display page. This is convenient when you are using cymbal pads.

  • Page 50: Fs Func (fs Function), Fs Func (fs Function)

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Trigger Edit Mode # Repeat steps ! and " to set each input jack number. INPUT MISC. CYMBAL SNARE KICK Settings: The following parameters can be set for input numbers 1 to 12. normal, click, inc, dec, bypass, strtStp, pause, do Fill, MAIN A, MAIN B, FILL AB, FILL BA, INTRO, ENDING 19 FS Func (FS function)

  • Page 51: Fs Midi (fs Midi Channel), Fs Hhcls (fs Hi-hat Control), Fc Func (hi-hat Control Function)

    20 FS MIDI (FS MIDI channel) You can choose this page only when the function on the 19th page (FS Func display) is set to MIDI. Move the cursor to the MIDI Channel focus area and Control Change number focus area, and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to select the MIDI channel and control change number, respectively.

  • Page 52: Fc Sens (hi-hat Control Sensitivity), Hh Ctrl (hi-hat Control), Copy Inp (copy Input)

    Settings: INPUT number: 1 to 12 26 In 9 to 10 (input 9 to 10) This is an additional feature of DTX version 2.0. Please refer to the System Upgrade Information Guide (included in this package). 27 In 11 to 12 (input 11 to 12) This is an additional feature of DTX version 2.0.

  • Page 53: Copy Trg (copy Trigger), Edit (edit Recall), Setchord= (setting The Note Number By Chord)

    29 Copy TRG (copy trigger) This copies the trigger data of the drum kit currently edited to another drum kit. This is convenient in creating similar drum kits. ! Rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/ YES and -1/NO buttons to choose the user drum kit (1 to 32) to copy.

  • Page 54: Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode This mode helps you create your own drum kit by assigning various voices (drum and percussion sounds) to the note numbers. Choose different settings, change the volume and pitch, or add a reverb effect to each voice to complete your own drum kit.

  • Page 55: Entering Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode, Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode (page Structure And Operation)

    Drum Kit Voice Edit mode. A When the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)” parameter on the 7th page of the System Items in Utility mode is “on”, the DTX will display the page you selected the last time you edited. Your DTX will display the 1st page when the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)” parameter is “off”. See P.116 for details regarding the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)”...

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    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode Functions of Each Display Page 1 VCE (voice) ... (P.53) 2 Volume ... (P.53) 3 Pan ... (P.54) 4 Pitch ... (P.54) 5 Rev Send (send reverb) ... (P.55) 6 Modify ... (P.55) 7 Filter ...

  • Page 57: Vce (voice), Volume

    1 VCE (voice) This assigns a drum voice (drum or percussion sound) to each MIDI note number. Each voice is grouped by category for easy handling as follows: K ... Kick S ... Snare T ... Tom C ... Cymbal P ...

  • Page 58: Pitch

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode 3 Pan This sets the Pan (stereo pan position of the sound) for each voice assigned to each MIDI note number. This defines pan position of the voice between the left and right. ! Move the cursor to the MIDI note number focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to...

  • Page 59: Rev Send (send Reverb), Modify

    5 Rev send (send reverb) This sets the Reverb Send level for each voice assigned to each MIDI note number. Set the level here to adjust the amount of reverb. A The actual reverb send level will be determined by multipling the value set here and the Reverb Send level set in the MULTI items (MIDI Channel 10) in Utility mode.

  • Page 60: Filter, Decay

    You can also enable the Learn mode (P.115) to automatically select the input jack number by hitting each pad or drum connected to the DTX. " Move the cursor to the Decay focus area and set the decay by using the Data Scroll Wheel or the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons.

  • Page 61: Key Mode, Altergrp (alternate Group), Altergrp (alternate Group)

    9 Key mode This sets the Key mode to the voices assigned to each MIDI note number. This mode defines the sound output rules when the same voices are used. ! Move the cursor to the MIDI note number focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to choose the MIDI note number.

  • Page 62: Out Port, Rev Rtn (reverb Return), Key Off, Rev Rtn (reverb Return)

    13 REV Rtn (reverb return) This sets the Reverb Return Level. By setting the level, you can adjust the reverb effect of the entire DTX system. The level can be set for each drum kit. Set the level by rotating the Data Scroll Wheel or using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons.

  • Page 63: Rev Type (reverb Type), Rev Time (reverb Time), Pc Ch= (transmit Program Change)

    You can specify different program change numbers to channels 1 to 16. For example, change the drum kit on the DTX to an external synthesizer by selecting the voices on an external tone generator. This can be set for each drum kit.

  • Page 64: Bk Ch= (transmit Bank Select), Cc Ch= (transmit Control Change: Volume)

    1 to 16. For example, by switching the drum kit of the DTX, you can set the volume of a voice of an external synthesizer to a specific value. These parameters can be set for each drum kit.

  • Page 65: Cc Ch= (transmit Control Change: Pan), Cc Ch= (transmit Control Change)

    It is possible to set the volume value for each of the channels 1 to 16. For example, by switching the drum kit of the DTX, you can set the pan position of a voice of an external synthesizer to a specific value.

  • Page 66: Root Note

    Feature Reference — Drum Kit Voice Edit Mode 21 RootNote This determines the minimum value of the MIDI note number of the voice. The DTX has a keyboard range of 71 keys and the default settings assign MIDI note numbers 13 to 84.

  • Page 67: Chain Play Mode, Entering The Chain Play Mode

    Chain Play Mode Chains are used to organize the drum kits (or patterns) in a user-programmed order, making it quick and easy to select the drum kit (or patterns) you need. For example, you can use the chain function to quickly change your drum kit configuration according to the line-up of tunes at a live performance, or practice the rhythm of a specific line of patterns.

  • Page 68: Selecting A Chain, Switching The Steps

    Feature Reference — Chain Play Mode Selecting a Chain ! Use the Q cursor buttons to move the cursor to the chain number focus area. A It is also possible to move up or down the LCD using the PAGE ¡ and PAGE ⁄ buttons. "...

  • Page 69: Chain Edit Mode

    A Select the chain you want to edit in Chain Play mode before entering this mode. A When the “JumpRcnt (jump to recent page)” parameter on the 7th page of the System Items in Utility mode is “on”, the DTX will display the page you selected the last time you edited.

  • Page 70: The Chain Edit Mode (page Structure And Operation)

    Feature Reference — Chain Edit Mode The Chain Edit Mode (Page structure and operation) The Chain Edit mode consists of the following 3 display pages: ! Select the page using the PAGE¡ or PAGE⁄ buttons. " Select the parameter using the Q cursor buttons. # Set the value by rotating the Data Scroll Wheel or using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons.

  • Page 71: Name (chain Name), Chain Create Or Revise, Name (chain Name)

    1 Name (chain name) Use up to 8 letters to name the chain. Refer to the Drum Kit Name section (P.35) for details on which letters can be used and how to enter them. 2 Chain create or revise This function is used to create or revise a chain. ! Move the cursor to the chain step number focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to...

  • Page 72: Edit Recall

    While you are editing the drum kit, if you enter Chain Play mode and select other drum kits the DTX will return to its original data. However, by using the Edit Recall function, you can recall the edited data and continue to edit.

  • Page 73: Store Mode, Entering Store Mode, Drum Kit Store Mode, Chain Store Mode

    After you have created a chain of drum kits and edited voices, it is necessary to store the data into the DTX. Store the drum kit data in Drum Kit Store mode and chain data in Chain Store mode. Entering Store Mode...

  • Page 74: Storing, Copying The Drum Kit Or Chain

    Feature Reference — Store Mode Storing Procedures The steps to store data apply for both the drum kit and chain. Here the drum kit display will be used as an example. ! Choose the drum kit (or chain) number for the destination by rotating the Data Scroll Wheel or using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons.

  • Page 75: Pattern Play Mode, The Concept Of "pattern, Types Of Patterns, Style

    Each pattern consists of 3 tracks: chord, bass, and rhythm. Types of Patterns Your DTX contains 660 preset patterns (110 styles x 6 sections) and 100 user patterns. Style Style refers to the music category of the pattern. There are 110 different styles and 6 sections for each style.

  • Page 76: Section ........................................................................................ 71 User Patterns, Entering Pattern Play Mode, Selecting A Pattern

    A It is also possible to move up or down the LCD using the PAGE ¡ and Page ⁄ buttons. 6 sections INTRO MAIN A MAIN B FILL AB FILL BA store within the DTX DRUM KIT DRUM TRIGGER VOICE PATTERN CHAIN...

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    " Rotate the Data Scroll Wheel to select the style number. Style number A You can also switch the style number using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons. The style you have selected will automatically be set to the default tempo that matches the style when the Tempo mode in Utility mode is set to “pattern”...

  • Page 78: Playing A Pattern

    A When the "Count" parameter on the 36th page of the Count screen (P. 123) in Utility mode is "on," the metronome sound of the click will also play. " Press the START/STOP button again to stop playing the pattern. The DTX will automatically return to the beginning of the pattern.

  • Page 79: Volume Adjustment

    Volume Adjustment Master Volume Adjustment The MASTER VOLUME slider adjusts the volume of the entire pattern. A The MASTER VOLUME slider also controls the sound of the drum kit input from the pads. Adjusting the Volume of Each Part Adjust the volume of the accompaniment (chord and bass), click, or rhythm. You can also balance the volume between the pattern and the drum kit input from the pads when you are practicing to a pattern.

  • Page 80: Adjusting The Tempo, Click (metronome)

    Feature Reference — Pattern Play Mode Adjusting the Tempo Regardless of whether the pattern is playing or not, you can change the tempo. Move the cursor to the tempo focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons. Settings: [= 30 to 299 A Each pattern has a default tempo value.

  • Page 81: Muting Or Soloing Each Track

    Setting the Quantization Regardless of whether the click is playing or not, you can change the quantization of the click. Move the cursor to the CLICK focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons. Settings: quarter note, quarter note triplet,...

  • Page 82: Selecting The Chords

    “Data” indicators (rhythm track) in the data focus area and “MUTE” will appear on the right side of the rhythm track. To cancel the solo, press SOLO again and the DTX will return to Pattern Play mode. Selecting the Chords You can select the chords of the accompaniment while playing a pattern.

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    Chords The chords are abreviated as listed below. The DTX enables you to specify a chord to the current pattern simply by selecting the root and type. An on-bass note can be used when necessary. Root ... The bass note of the chord.

  • Page 84: Pattern Record Mode, Recording

    ) Record in real-time: (P.84) Record your performance from an external MIDI keyboard or pad. A If you choose step recording to record a rhythm track, you can input the data for each step while checking the LCD of the DTX (P.85).

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    A An empty user pattern will automatically be selected even when a preset pattern is selected and the Record Button is pressed. A You can erase all of the data in the currently selected user pattern just by pressing the RECORD button while holding SHIFT. The DTX will go into record-ready mode.

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    +1/YES and -1/NO buttons. You can choose from the following: Real-time: A recording to record the input from pads or drums connected to the DTX. This method is the same as recording a chord track or bass track.

  • Page 87

    6. Setting the Beat (time signature) Set the beat of the pattern you are recording. Move the cursor to the BEAT focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to set the beat. Settings: 1/F (1/16) to 16/F (16/16), 1/8 to 16/8, 1/4 to 8/4 A You can only set or record the beat of a pattern that does not contain any data.

  • Page 88

    Real-time recording allows you to record a pattern as you play the external MIDI keyboards or drum pads in real-time. ! Press the START/STOP button and the LED above the button will flash once, and the DTX will countdown two measures before beginning to record.

  • Page 89

    A The recording to the chord track is executed through MIDI channel 5, the bass track through MIDI channel 7, and the rhythm track through MIDI channel 10. Once the DTX has looped back to the beginning of the first measure, you can record the snare drum, hi-hat, or other parts onto the track while checking the measure number.

  • Page 90

    Feature Reference — Pattern Record Mode " Move the cursor to the quantization focus area using the Q cursor buttons and select the quantization (note length) of the drum voice by rotating the Data Scroll Wheel or using the +1/YES and - 1/NO buttons.

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    % Repeat steps " to $ and continue to enter the necessary drum voices in the appropriate positions. & Press the START/STOP button to exit Step recording and the display will return to Pattern Play mode. Sample: 8-beat drum pattern When an 8-beat drum pattern is entered, the LCD will display: C Turning the power OFF while recording, erasing, or copying, may cause irretrievable loss to ALL of the user data.

  • Page 92: Pattern Job Mode, Entering Pattern Job Mode, The Pattern Job Mode (page Structure And Operation)

    A Select the user pattern in Pattern Play mode before entering Pattern Job mode. A When the “JumpRcnt(jump to recent page)” parameter on the 7th page in Utility mode is “on”, the DTX will display the page you selected the last time you edited.

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    Feature Reference — Pattern Job Mode Functions of Each Page 1 Copy (Pat/Dest): Pattern copy ... (P.90) 2 Quantize: Quantization ... (P.91) 3 CrTrNote: Clears a specific note ... (P.91) 4 ClrTrack: Clears a track ... (P.92) 5 ClearPat: Clears a pattern ... (P.92) 6 Ch/Ba/Ry Voice: Selects the voices of a chord, bass or rhythm track...

  • Page 94: Copy (pat/dest): Pattern Copy

    Feature Reference — Pattern Job Mode 1 Copy (Pat/Dest): pattern copy This copies a specific preset or user pattern to a different user pattern number. This is convenient in creating a new pattern based on an existing pattern. ! Choose the preset style or user pattern by rotating the Data Scroll Wheel or using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons.

  • Page 95: Quantize (quantization), Crtrnote (clear Specific Note), Crtrnote (clear Specific Note)

    2 Quantize (quantization) This function quantizes each track of the currently selected pattern. As described on P.84, the quantization function automatically aligns a note to the nearest specified beat. ! Press the CHORD, BASS, or RHYTHM button of the track you want to quantize and the LED above will light up.

  • Page 96: Clrtrack (clears A Track), Clearpat (clear Pattern)

    Feature Reference — Pattern Job Mode 4 ClrTrack (clears a track) This clears all the data on the specified track within the currently selected pattern. ! Press the CHORD, BASS, or RHYTHM button of the track you want to clear and the LED above will light up.

  • Page 97: Song Play Mode, The Concept Of "song, Track Structure, Sequence Track, Backing Track

    It is easy to create a song with an irregular beats or a song with ritardando or accelerando settings. Types of Songs You can create a total of 30 songs (No.101 to 130). The DTX also comes with 100 preset songs (No.1 to 100).

  • Page 98: Entering Song Play Mode, Selecting A Song

    Feature Reference — Song Play Mode Entering Song Play Mode Press the SONG button. A You may inadvertently enter Song Job mode if you press the SONG button twice. Press the SONG button again to return to Song Play mode. The modes will change alternately each time you press this button.

  • Page 99: Playing A Song

    Playing a Song ! Press the START/STOP button to play a song. The green LED above the START/STOP button will flash to the tempo of the song that is playing. CLICK CLICK A When the "Count" parameter on the 36th page of the Count screen (P. 123) in Utility mode is "on," the metronome sound of the click will also play.

  • Page 100: Click (metronome), Volume Adjustment, Adjusting The Tempo

    Feature Reference — Song Play Mode Volume Adjustment Master Volume Adjustment The MASTER VOLUME slider adjusts the volume of the entire song. A The MASTER VOLUME slider also controls the sound of the drum kit played and input from the pads. Volume Adjustment of Each Part Adjust the volume of the accompaniment (chord and bass), click, or rhythm independently.

  • Page 101: Groove Check Function

    *This function can also be used in Pattern Play Mode. This is a unique feature of the Yamaha DTX which enables you to check the “groove” feeling, that is a difference in timing (how the pad or drum attack delays from the exact timing) of the song (or pattern) beat.

  • Page 102

    Feature Reference — Song Play Mode Average Mode ... The LCD analyses the difference of the timing and displays the percentage (%). This mode averages the difference and sets the 16th note quantization as 100%. Press the RECORD button again to clear all of the current data.

  • Page 103: Song Record Mode, Recording

    The type of recording depends on the selected track. Step Recording (Recording to a Chord or Bass Track)(P.101, 103, 104) Input the data one step at a time while checking the LCD display of the DTX. Real-time Recording (Recording to track 1 or 2) (P.105) ! Set the tempo (P.105)

  • Page 104

    Song Job mode. Refer to P.110 for details on how to select the voices. 2. Stand-by Press the RECORD button to enter Song Record mode. The DTX will stand-by for recording and the red LED above the RECORD button will light up.

  • Page 105

    " above. A By entering an END mark the DTX will automatically stop at the mark when you are playing a song or recording in real-time. If the song or pattern is looped, the END mark will function as the repeat mark.

  • Page 106

    Feature Reference — Song Record Mode Erasing a Mistake To change a pattern that has been entered, use the FORWARD or REWIND button to move the cursor to the position of the pattern you want to clear and select a different pattern. You can also erase the pattern of the current measure simply by pressing the ERASE button.

  • Page 107

    Step Recording to a Chord Track Enter the necessary chords from a selection of 26 types one step at a time. A Refer to P.79 for details on chords. ! Select the CHO TR (chord track) according to step 3. Selecting a Recording Track (P.100) and press the START/STOP button.

  • Page 108

    Feature Reference — Song Record Mode Step Recording to a Tempo Track Enter the tempo change data one step at a time by specifying two parameters: the quantity of the tempo change and the time required to change. This simplifies and smoothes the process of changing the speed of the tempo.

  • Page 109

    This is a recording method to record a rhythm part from a pad or a melody from a MIDI keyboard connected to the DTX in real-time. You can record two sequence tracks: track 1 and track 2. Select TR1 (track 1) or TR2 (track 2) according to step 3. Selecting a Recording Track (P.100) and set the tempo or quantization value as required.

  • Page 110

    MIDI data from the external MIDI keyboard. A The LCD above the CLICK button will flash to the tempo when the DTX is counting the beat. The LEDs above both the CLICK button and the START/STOP button will flash to the tempo when you are recording.

  • Page 111: Song Job Mode, Entering Song Job Mode, The Song Job Mode (page Structure And Operation)

    A Select a user song in Song Play mode before entering the Song Job mode. A When the “JumpRcnt(jump to recent page)” parameter on the 7th page in Utility mode is “on”, the DTX will display the page you selected the last time you edited.

  • Page 112

    10 Pat Mute: pattern track mute mode ... (P.111) 11 SongName ... (P.111) A The "6 VolCh (channel volume)" and "7 PanCh (channel pan)" are additional features of DTX version 2.0. Please refer to the System Upgrade Information Guide (included in this package) for details.

  • Page 113: Clrtrack (clear Track), Quantize (quantization), Clr Song (clear Song), Clrtrack (clear Track)

    2 Quantize (quantization) This function quantizes the tracks (TR1 or TR2) of the currently selected song. As described on P.84, quantization automatically aligns a note to the nearest specified beat. ! Select a track by pressing the TR1 or TR2 button and the LED above the track will light up.

  • Page 114: Volch (channel Volume), Panch (channel Pan), Playmode

    Voice numbers: 0 to 127 (GM system level 1) A Refer to P.143 for details about the voice list. 6 VolCh (channel volume) This is an additional feature of DTX version 2.0. Please refer to the System Upgrade Information Guide (included in this package).

  • Page 115: B Lnr Tr (bass Linear Track Mode), Pat Mute (pattern Track Mute Mode), Songname

    9 B Lnr TR (bass linear track mode) This sets the bass linear track mode ON or OFF. The bass linear mode is a mode which enables you to record a bass part in advance to TR 1 or 2 (tracks 1 or 2) to use for unique music expressions featuring a bass line that cannot be executed by combining the preset patterns.

  • Page 116: Utility Mode, Entering Utility Mode, The Utility Mode (page Structure And Operation)

    A Any revision in Utility mode will directly change the settings of the DTX. There is no confirmation process or Store function in this mode. $ Press the PAGE¡ or PAGE⁄ buttons and return to the 1st display page of the sub-mode (title page) and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to select a different sub-mode.

  • Page 117

    Functions of Each Display Page Overall system settings 1 SYSTEM ... (P.114): Title Page 2 EditMode ... (P.114) 3 LinkMode ... (P.115) 4 Lrn Mode (learn mode) ... (P.115) 5 SldrMode (slider mode) ... (P.116) 6 Bypass ... (P.116) 7 JumpRcnt (jump to recent page) ... (P.116) 8 FCoffset ...

  • Page 118: System, Editmode

    A The "9 Ma to Aux (main output to auxiliary output)," "10 Inc Func (increase function)," and "11 Dec Func (decrease function)" are additional features of DTX version 2.0. Please refer to the System Upgrade Information Guide (included in this package) for details.

  • Page 119: Linkmode, Lrn Mode (learn Mode), Lrn Mode (learn Mode)

    3 LinkMode This function applies the trigger related data of drum kit number 1 to any selected drum kit. If the input data is unique to each drum kit, it may be necessary to reconnect the pads. By using LinkMode, you can always use the pad velocity or note number assignment in the same way as in drumkit 1 and play by changing the drum voice assignments of the drum kits.

  • Page 120: Sldrmode (slider Mode), Bypass, Jumprcnt (jump To Recent Page), Sldrmode (slider Mode)

    6 Bypass This function turns the Bypass on or off. When the Bypass is on, no input will enter the DTX from the connected pads. You will not be able to produce voices or transmit MIDI note numbers.

  • Page 121: Fcoffset, Ma To Aux (main Output To Auxiliary Output), Inc Func (increase Function)

    KICK Settings: -16 to +16 9 Ma to Aux (main output to auxiliary output) This is an additional feature of DTX version 2.0. Please refer to the System Upgrade Information Guide (included in this package). 10 Inc Func (increase function) This is an additional feature of DTX version 2.0.

  • Page 122: Receive Pc (receiving Program Change Data), Recvch10 Pc (receive Program Change Through Channel 10)

    10) This enables or disables the DTX to receive MIDI channel messages through channel 10. Channel 10 is the drum part of the DTX. Set this parameter to play DTX drum kits automatically or by using an external MIDI device.

  • Page 123: Dumptime, Mergeout, Dump Out (bulk Data Send), Dump Out (bulk Data Send)

    YES and -1/NO buttons to select the type of bulk data that will be sent from the following types: all data ... All the data in the DTX. system ... System data. cur DKIT ... The data of the drum kit currently selected in Drum Kit Play mode.

  • Page 124: P/c->kit (program Change Table), Eq (equalizer), Eq (equalizer)

    SNARE KICK Receiving Bulk Data You can send DTX data stored in an external device back to the DTX by using bulk data reception. ! When the pattern or song is not playing, send bulk data from an external device.

  • Page 125: Lo Mi Hi (gain), Lo Freq (low Frequency), Mid Freq (mid Frequency)

    25 Lo Mi Hi (gain) Set the gain to 3 frequency ranges: low, middle, and high. It is possible to boost or decrease the selected range using this function. Move the cursor to the Lo, Mi, or Hi focus area using the Q cursor buttons and set the gain by rotating the Data Scroll Wheel or using the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons.

  • Page 126: Seq (sequencer), Click Hi, Click Mid, Click Lo, Seq (sequencer)

    Feature Reference — Utility Mode 29 SEQ (sequencer) The SEQ sub-mode contains the settings related to the CLICK and synchronization. Select the parameters between this page and the 40th page using the PAGE¡ or PAGE⁄ buttons. This function is mainly used to synchronize the metronome or external MIDI device.

  • Page 127: Click Out, Plyclick (play Click), Tempo, Count

    DTX in a live performance or studio recording. Rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to set the output jack.

  • Page 128: Grvcheck (groove Check), Break Tb (break Top/bottom), Grvcheck (groove Check), Break Tb (break Top/bottom

    Rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to set the parameter. The following two types are available. single ... The DTX shows how loose the data received from a pad or drum is from the beat in clock units. This is convenient to check the timing of a snare or kick.

  • Page 129: Midictrl (midi Control), Syncmode (synchronization Mode), Midictrl (midi Control), Syncmode (synchronization Mode

    39 MIDIctrl (MIDI control) This sets the DTX to transmit or receive system real-time messages (start, continue, stop). When this function is enabled, you can control the external sequencers or rhythm machines using the START/STOP button on the DTX panel as well as control the DTX pattern or song playback from an external sequencer.

  • Page 130: Multi (multi-timbre), Masttune (master Tune), Program, Multi (multi-timbre), Masttune (master Tune)

    Use the PAGE¡ or PAGE⁄ buttons to select between this page and the 47th page. A If you are using the DTX as a tone generator, you are required to connect the keyboard or computer (sequencer) to the DTX using MIDI cable(s). Refer to P.129 for details.

  • Page 131: Volume

    44 Volume This adjusts the volume of the voice assigned to the part. Balance the volume of each part when you are using the DTX as a multi-timbre tone generator. ! Move the cursor to the part number focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to select the part number.

  • Page 132: Revsend (reverb Send), Pitch

    Feature Reference — Utility Mode 46 Pitch This sets the pitch for each voice assigned to each part. Tune the pitch either by semitones (coarse) or by approximately 1.2 cent increments (fine). ! Move the cursor to the part number. Focus area and rotate the Data Scroll Wheel or use the +1/YES and -1/NO buttons to select the part number.

  • Page 133: Midi

    MIDI system. The DTX is equipped with a [MIDI OUT] channel to send out these messages to other MIDI devices and a [MIDI IN] channel to receive messages from other MIDI devices. Use exclusive MIDI cables to connect the devices between the [MIDI IN] and [MIDI OUT] channels.

  • Page 134

    MIDI keyboard and send the key data of note number 60, you will hear the drum voice (drum or percussion sound) assigned to note number 60 on the DTX if it is a drum voice and note number 60 (or C3) if it is a keyboard voice.

  • Page 135

    This data is mainly used to exchange system or tone data exclusive to a specific device. You can use the exclusive message to store the drum kit, pattern, or song data on your DTX by sending the bulk data to an external device such as a sequencer or computer, or recall such data to the DTX from the sequencer or computer.

  • Page 136

    The following illustration is an example of how to connect and use the DTX as a tone generator in a system configuration using such computers or MIDI music production systems. The DTX has various functions to receive MIDI data, and it is possible to think of many ways to use this with the functions of external keyboards or sequence software.

  • Page 137

    Also, by switching the drum kits, you can send program change data (P.120). It is necessary to set the MIDI send channel to match the channel of the external MIDI device so that the DTX correctly receives the key data (P.42, 92, 110, 118).

  • Page 138: Midi Data Format

    “off”, the DTX will not receive MIDI channel 10 program change data. When the DTX receives a "GM system ON" or "XG system ON" message from an external device, it will only receive the following drum voice program change numbers: No: 1, 2, 9, 17, 25, 26, 33, 41, 49 When the DTX receives a "DTX system ON"...

  • Page 139

    (P.125) in Utility mode is set to “ext”. start, continue, stop If the MIDIctrl (P.125) parameter in Utility mode is set to “off”, the DTX will not receive start, continue or stop data. 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 DTX will mute all the sounds.

  • Page 140: Troubleshooting

    Make sure the pads and triggers are connected correctly to the input jacks of the DTX (P.9). Make sure the connectors from the DTX OUTPUT jack (and NOT the AUX OUT jack) are plugged correctly to the input jacks of the amplifier or mixer (P.10).

  • Page 141

    A data error has occurred. Turn the power OFF and then ON while holding the DRUM KIT button and the PAGE¡ and PAGE⁄ buttons and the DTX will reset to its initial settings. Beware that all the data will be lost.

  • Page 142: Error Messages

    Select a user data area and try again. Bulk dump data is being transmitted while the DTX is playing or recording a song or pattern. Stop the playing or recording of the song or pattern and transmit the bulk dump data again.

  • Page 143: Specifications

    Specifications Tone Generator 16-bit AWM2 (Compliant to GM Standard Level 1) Polyphony Maximum of 32 notes Voices 928 Drum and Percussion Voices, 128 Normal Keyboard Voices Modes Drum Kit Mode Play Mode: 32 preset drum kits and 32 user drum kits Trigger Edit Mode: 31 functions Voice Edit Mode: 21 functions Chain Mode...

  • Page 144: Localclt (local Control), Index

    Appendix Index +1/YES (ENDING) Button ... 7 +1/YES and -1/NO Buttons ... 27 -1/NO (INTRO) Button ... 7 1 Copy (Pat/Dest): pattern copy ... 90 1 Copy (Song/Dest): song copy ... 108 1 Kit Name (drum kit name) ... 35 1 Name (chain name) ...

  • Page 145

    average ... 124 Average Mode ... 98 b ... 53 B (BOTTOM) ... 124 Backing Track ... 93 basemnt ... 59 BASS TMP TR (SNARE) Button ... 7 Beat ... 83, 101, 104 Beat focus area ... 103 Beat Indicator ... 85 bypass ...

  • Page 146

    Appendix mute Lo ... 45 Muting ... 77, 97 none ... 59 normal ... 38, 45 Note Off ... 130 Note On ... 130 off ... 115 On-bass ... 78, 79, 103 One Way ... 110 Opn ... 40, 42 OUTPUT L/MONO and R Jacks ...

  • Page 147: Drum Voice List

    Drum Voice List G.No Name (LCD) BD DRY 1 BD DRY 2 BD GMH BD GMM BD GML BD GMM2 BD 24Dry BD DRYB1 BD DRYBH BD GMJ BD BBALS BD DRY 3 BD DRY 4 BD DRY 5 BD Soft BD KONG1 BD MONDO BD MND S...

  • Page 148

    Appendix G.No Name (LCD) LoosyRim Snapper SnaprRim GateOK GateORim DryUp RIMouch! Ambient AmbiRim Matchbox RIMwatts Picket RIMnatul RoldGold RoldRim Deep&Dry RIMetal 131 Blue90 Blu90Rim BlastX RIMdry1 Nashvill RIMrock DryMetal RIMshort Binky RIMpopr Sticky RIMfat1 Slappy RIMnashy OldCan RIM hipop RollEm1 RollRim1 RollEm2 RollRim2...

  • Page 149

    G.No Name (LCD) TEKK 1M TEKK 1L TEKK 1F TEKK 2H TEKK 2M TEKK 2L TEKK 2F TEKK 3H TEKK 3M TEKK 3L TEKK 3F Distrt H Distrt M Distrt L Distrt F TomMUJH TomMUJM TomMUJ L ETMooRH ETMooRM ETMooRL ETMooRXL T Dist03 Analog...

  • Page 150

    Appendix G.No Name (LCD) P Scrach P ShakeA P Shake1 P Shake2 P SlBell P SurdoM P Surdo P TablaH P TablaM P TablaN P TablaO P TambA P Tambrn P TimbH P TimbL P Timb P TimCas P TriMut P Triang P CongaG P Udo F...

  • Page 151: Gm Keyboard Voice List

    GM Keyboard Voice List Category Display Layer Piano GrandPno BritePno E.Grand HnkyTonk E.Piano1 E.Piano2 Harpsi. Clavi. Chromatic Celesta Percussion Glocken MusicBox Vibes Marimba Xylophon TubulBel Dulcimer Organ DrawOrgn PercOrgn RockOrgn ChrchOrg ReedOrgn Acordion Harmnica TangoAcd Guitar NylonGtr SteelGtr Jazz Gtr CleanGtr Mute.Gtr Ovrdrive...

  • Page 152: Drum Kit List

    Appendix Drum Kit List User Drum kits (Rewritable) Preset Drum kits Number Name Number Acoustkt RockLive PowerKit BigRoomD RockDry1 RockDry2 RockDry3 RockDry4 RockDry5 HipDanse HardGtBD kick3itm N.Y. 3 N.Y. 4 Livinlrg Hats!dog DownTown Space123 SD!Panic Reggae Tabla AlterPer SFX 1 SFX 2 Piano Vibe...

  • Page 153

    34 Rock 1 PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine...

  • Page 154

    Appendix 36 Industry PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine BD NN04C BDurban2 E Motor H ClsTc1...

  • Page 155

    38 N.Y. 2 PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE BritePno (ch=13) PAD7 CRASH Orch.Hit (ch15) PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK SynBass1 (ch16) PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch...

  • Page 156

    Appendix 40 BeBop PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine BrshJzHi BrshJzMd BrshJzLo H OpnDW...

  • Page 157

    42 1970 kit PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine...

  • Page 158

    Appendix 44 Studio PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine P SurdoM P Surdo P HiQ P WHP...

  • Page 159

    46 Dance 2 PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine...

  • Page 160

    Appendix 48 WldDncMX PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine P SurdoM P Surdo P HiQ P WHP...

  • Page 161

    50 Banana PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine Corse...

  • Page 162

    Appendix 52 Symphony PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine P SurdoM P Surdo Marimba P WHP...

  • Page 163

    54 World 1 PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine...

  • Page 164

    Appendix 56 GM std 1 PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine P SurdoM P Surdo...

  • Page 165

    58 GM room PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine...

  • Page 166

    Appendix 60 GM elec. PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine P SurdoM P Surdo P HiQ...

  • Page 167

    62 GM jazz PAD ASSIGNMENT Note Number (0: off) Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Pitch Note Voice Name Number fine...

  • Page 168: Preset Style List

    Appendix 64 GM class PAD ASSIGNMENT Key-on Trigger Input Mode PAD1 SNARE PAD2 TOM1 PAD3 TOM2 PAD4 TOM3 PAD5 TOM4 PAD6 RIDE PAD7 CRASH PAD8 H.HAT (H.Hat) PAD9 KICK PAD10 PAD11 PAD12 Drum Voice (ch10) Note Voice Name Number fine P SurdoM P Surdo P HiQ...

  • Page 169: Preset Song List

    Style No. Category Style name Tempo Ballad BA Llade BA Group BA LovIt BA Grand BA Magma BA Venus BA Human BA RioDJ BA Witby BA RWalz BA EWalz Hard Rock HR Speed HR Drive HR HurtN HR Piles HR BoogE HR Help! Rock &...

  • Page 170

    Appendix...

  • Page 171: Drum Kit Voice Edit Parameter (blank Chart)

    Drum Kit Voice Edit Parameter (Blank Chart) Drum Kit Name: Voice Note Volume Name Root Reverb Return Note Reverb Type Reverb Time Pitch Reverb Modify Decay Filter Send Send Prog. Change Send Bank Select Send Volume Appendix Alternate Key off Out Port Mode Group...

  • Page 172: Midi Implementation Chart

    Appendix YAMAHA [ Drum Trigger Module ] Model : DTX Function... Basic Default Channel Changed Mode Default Messages Altered Note Number : True voice Velocity Note on Note off After Key's Touch Ch's Pitch Bender 0, 1, 6, 7 10, 11, 64...

  • Page 173

    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 suivante. NORTH AMERICA CANADA Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.

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