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you know what I hate? (yes, I know, I've posted two in a row.. I'm bored)

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  • you know what I hate? (yes, I know, I've posted two in a row.. I'm bored)

    there's no tap function on the td-10!!! does a tap function exist anywhere else? you know, press a button in time with the downbeat or whatever, and the box tells you what bpm you're at? also, the fact that the tempo is only adjustable in whole-number increments. Seriously, It'd be nice to have a click track to go along with whatever I'm playing alongside..

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    You do have a click track on the td10. You can run it through the main outs or just the headphones. Theres no tap function but its not hard to set the click.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by alacrity024:
      also, the fact that the tempo is only adjustable in whole-number increments. Seriously, It'd be nice to have a click track to go along with whatever I'm playing alongside..
      This is incorrect. You can get the onboard to click 1-e-and-a-2-e-and-a and so on.

      :rolleyes:

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      • #4
        Originally posted by alacrity024:
        there's no tap function on the td-10!!! does a tap function exist anywhere else? you know, press a button in time with the downbeat or whatever, and the box tells you what bpm you're at? also, the fact that the tempo is only adjustable in whole-number increments. Seriously, It'd be nice to have a click track to go along with whatever I'm playing alongside..

        Since you are bored so much that you have time to post a request for data that is in the manual, wouldn’t taking the time and reading the manual be helpful? Especially if the data is in the manual to begin with?


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        szvook
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        • #5
          okay, either everyone who read my post was completely stupid, or I miscommunicated my qualm. My guess, based on simple statistics, is that I was unclear. Say there's some song with a tempo of, oh, we'll say 120.5 beats per minute.. I could set my internal beatkeeper to 120, or 121, but no matter what I do, unless I keep starting it and restarting it, the click track will always drift out of sync with whatever i'm playing along with. However, if I use an external midi source, such as a sequencer, to trigger a click track in the td-10, can I get .1 bpm adjustability provided I adjust the tempo via the external source?

          and svook, not to rail on you, I've got mucho respect for you, but I wasn't looking to see if a beatkeeper actually existed within the td-10, instead I was *****ing that there was no tap function and you couldn't adjust the tenths values.. so, like I said, I'm not trying to retaliate, or antagonize or anything, but hold off a little

          adam

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          • #6
            Point well taken adam.

            I was not trying to PUSH the issue of reading the manual. I guess in my point of view is - reading the manual is as important as having this forum and members that can help, but once a edrum system is purchased and you start getting into edrums the manual needs to be addressed by all – it does serve its purpose (no matter how some manuals are for sh!ts), it does bring one closer to understanding their systems.

            I had my V’s for 2 ˝ years and played out live quite a bit before I found this forum so to the manual was the only source and it made me a better edrummer and a user – I had the displeasure of learning the TD-7 manual, back in 1992 (it had mistakes all over the pace) and still I felt I learned more by just applying my self a bit to further my knowledge by committing to the manual.

            Sincerely,

            Steve


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