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  • TD 30 help

    Hi everyone, i need to get a sample (waves/seaside sounds) into my td 30 to start when i say hit a cymbal and stop when i do the same. Its for an intro to a song. Can i do this? if so could you help me out please? Thanks.

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    I'm afraid importing samples is not going to happen with a TD module. Well unless you have some kind of seawave sound in the TD-30's GM/percussion set.... You might want to look at an SPD-SX or a TM-2, a SamplePad or a similar device to pull this off!


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      Create a file to be played from the USB. You can assign that sound to be played by a pad. You can do this with only one sound. I do not know if there is any lag. I've never tried it myself, but Drew at Roland confirmed it can be done. I imagine the instructions for tying the sound to a pad are in your Roland manual.
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      • #4
        Thankyou, i'll see if i can sort that out. A bit scared of using the usb tho (not sure how to ) I want to download the vex sounds but i feel my limited knowledge will screw up the module.

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          You really can't screw it up. lol Download our QuickStart Guide from our support page. See how easy it is!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Alan VEX View Post
            Create a file to be played from the USB. You can assign that sound to be played by a pad. You can do this with only one sound. I do not know if there is any lag. I've never tried it myself, but Drew at Roland confirmed it can be done. I imagine the instructions for tying the sound to a pad are in your Roland manual.
            Page 118 and 119 of the manual.

            Assigning a Function to a Pad. Probably the safest one is "USB Song Play2, but you'll need a pad connected to AUX4.
            eKit (TD-30KV): http://www.vdrums.com/forum/performa...y-s-drums-td39
            aKit: (Tama Starclassic): http://www.vdrums.com/forum/acoustic...ma-starclassic
            TD30Browser: http://www.vdrums.com/forum/general/...4-td30-browser

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