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    What am I doing wrong?
    I tried to set up a pattern to duplicate the
    beginning of (Pink Floyd’s Time) just the tic tock
    and the heartbeat sounds, I used the mounted toms and
    changed the inst. To woodblock hi & low for the tic tock
    added the bass pedal part it sounded ok but when I switched kits
    to the kit I was going to use on that song, the sound assigned to the
    mounted toms in this kit replaced the woodblock sound in the pattern.
    The question is how do I create a pattern and have it not change when I switch kits.

    Mick
    Mick
    V-Pro Concert (purple)
    TD-10 (not expanded)yet

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    I know this was answered a very long time ago, almost on the first days of this forum. Let me see if I remember, if not please correct me.
    You have to assign the pads you will use to another note, this note should be assign to your desired sound. Record the pattern, then switch back the pads to the original note to trigger the usual sounds on your kit.
    This has to be done this way because the TD-10 sequencer records notes only and not the rest of settings (sounds, etc.). The solution is to record notes that you don't use on your kits.
    This is what I remember, I'll go through the manual and experiment on my kit as soon as I get back from the office.
    Pierre.

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