Furthermore, while there are several slots for User Kits em10 Sequences, you can also save over the Presets the first Kits or the first 75 Sequences. Open the DM10 Updater application. Since the initial release of this module, we may have released new firmware or sound ROM files. The echo pans around the stereo field. Trig Menu contains several pages of parameters related to triggering striking pads, cymbals, etc. Triggering Parameters For instance, if you strike the snare drum hard enough, it is possible for the crash cymbal to sense the vibration of your hit especially if they are mounted on the same rack and trigger as well.
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Sensitivity By increasing the Sensitivity setting for a specific trigger, that trigger will respond to lighter hits more forcefully. If you would like to adjust the main head area of the snare drum, choose SnrHd.
If you want to adjust the snare drum rim area, choose SnrRim, etc. Threshold The Threshold setting is similar to Sensitivity in that if it is set to a low value, a very light hit will trigger a sound. However, the difference is this: If the Threshold setting is increased, there will be absolutely no sound until the pad is hit with a certain amount of force.
This allows for accidental unintentional hits to automatically be eliminated in real-time. ReTrigger The ReTrigger setting focuses on how quickly one strike comes after another, rather than how much force a pad is being hit with. By adjusting the ReTrigger setting higher, any accidental secondary hits that come immediately after the first intentional hit, will be eliminated.
The lower the setting, the more likely the second hit will be heard. Cross-talk Settings Every time you strike a pad, the entire kit vibrates. Vibrations travel through the rack and can sometimes trigger other pads.
The DM10 module comes prepared with a Crosstalk or Xtalk setting. This setting, however, uses an algorithm to separate intentional hits from unintentional crosstalk triggers; the result, when tweaked correctly, is that you only hear the sounds you want to hear. At this point you will notice two or three "Xtalk" settings depending upon which trigger you currently have selected. ZoneXtalk - affects how likely a dual-zone trigger is to cause crosstalk upon itself ie - the Ride bell and Ride bow.
Each setting can be adjusted from 0 - 7. Here is where it might get a little tricky. Try to find the right balance usually somewhere in the middle with any problem pads, as well as their surrounding pads that are sending crosstalk. It may be tempting to simply turn these settings all the way up; however, remember that the module is already using a smart algorithm to try to compensate for normal crosstalk.
If you turn it all the way up, you may find that it mistakenly mutes some of your strikes, writing them off as cross-talk. However, there is a Write Protection setting that is defaulted on when you first purchase the kit which ensures that any changed settings cannot be stored.
You need to turn off the Write Protection before saving your adjustments.
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Page 6: Getting Started Since the initial release of this module, we may have released new firmware or sound ROM files. If you change the Sequence, this will change your current Kit to the one that is associated with that Sequence. This includes Kits you edit or record, Sequences you edit or record, Instrument or Kit parameters, and more. Furthermore, while there are several slots for User Kits and Sequences, you can also save over the Presets the first Kits or the first 75 Sequences.
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Sensitivity By increasing the Sensitivity setting for a specific trigger, that trigger will respond to lighter hits more forcefully. If you would like to adjust the main head area of the snare drum, choose SnrHd. If you want to adjust the snare drum rim area, choose SnrRim, etc. Threshold The Threshold setting is similar to Sensitivity in that if it is set to a low value, a very light hit will trigger a sound.
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Support More drums, more sounds, and more stability. This new drum sound module contains true drum, cymbal and percussion sounds, built from real samples of classic studio drums and prized cymbals. Discerning ears will notice that each sound is actually a series of different samples; multiple dynamic-level samples and articulations are all built in so as you play harder and softer, the drum or cymbal changes its timbre, not just its volume. You can play with or without reverb for different room sounds and enjoy a wide variety of rimshots, rim clicks and different stick-placement sounds on the cymbals. This means that your sounds will always stay fresh, current and cutting edge. The DM10 module has 12 trigger inputs, perfect for creating custom configurations.
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