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A new firmware update has just been released for the DTX700 module to update the instrument's compatibility with new triggers along with some enhancements in versatility.
A new firmware update has just been released for the DTX900 module to update the instrument's compatibility with new triggers along with some enhancements in versatility.
Creating your own Custom Drum Kit on your DTX502 is easy with the help of the DTX502Touch iOS App! Maio walks us through the process...
Loading custom Drum Kits into your DTX502 is easy with the help of the DTX502Touch iOS App! Maio walks us through loading one of his Custom User Kits from Dropbox...
Loading custom Drum Kits into your DTX502 is easy with the help of the DTX502Touch iOS App! Maio walks us through loading one of the FREE Hybrid Kits available on YamahaDTX.com...
The [PHONES/OUTPUT] jack on the DTX400 can be set to output either mono or stereo sound depending on the monitor system to be used in conjunction with it. Let's talk about why this is important.
Players that use their DTX502 kit live appreciate the option of sending the Metronome or "Click" out to the PA independently of the Kit output for monitoring purposes, a task easily accomplished by the DTX502.
Although the DTX502 is great-sounding out of the box, it offers users the ability to customize its Kits to best fit their playing style and dynamic. Editing the Pad Volume is one of the ways users can make a Kit their own.
The term “crosstalk” refers to the mis-triggering of a pad other than the one that was stuck as a result of vibration or interference between pads. This creates a disconnect between the player and their performance, and can get annoying quick. Using the following procedure, you can adjust the Crosstalk parameter for individual pads to prevent this phenomenon from occurring.
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