The various buttons are organized as follows. Page A Function Buttons Group Determines how a drum sound or group of drum sounds will respond to successive series of triggers. A cursor underline will appear under whichever parameter is ready to be edited. Once a Drum Set has been edited, a period appears in the display after the Drum Set number.
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For more information about setting up the External Trigger parameters in the DM5, see pages 18 through 22, and Chapter 6. Upon power-up, the DM5 will recall the last selected Drum Set, and will display the page that was last selected. The DM5 provides up to 21 internal Drum Sets. A Drum Set contains 61 notes. Each note is assigned a voice. Each voice is an actual digital recording, called a sample.
There are many other parameters of a Drum Set we may wish to edit, however. Refer to Chapter 4 for more information about editing. These are permanently stored in ROM Read Only Memory , so even if you edit one of them or replace one by storing a Drum Set into its memory location, you can recall any of the original presets whenever you want. Page Example 1: Using Amidi Keyboard when the keyboard is set to that channel both the DM5 and the other device s will be played simultaneously.
If the sequencer is echoing back what it receives from the DM5, it is not necessary for the external triggers to directly play the DM5, since this would result in each note being played twice once by the trigger and then again when the note is echoed back by the sequencer.
For example, connecting 8 DM5s would provide note polyphony.
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