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Old 06-26-2014, 06:26 PM
BARILOCHE BARILOCHE is offline
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Default Assigning sounds to extra pads and cymbals (TD-12 w/ TMC-6)

Hello everyone. Could anyone explain me how to assign a different sound to my extra pads and cymbals I just added to my TD-12 with the TMC-6 module?
The reason why I bought the TMC-6 is that there are no additions left in my TD12 module, Ive used them all.
I connected the TMC-6 via MIDI cable to my TD-12 with no problem, and it recognized it instantly assigning a duplicated sound to the extra pads I added (Pd-125, Pd 85 and Cy12). But the sound of these new additions are replica of three of the pads I had originally in the TD12. So now I have two exact snare drums sounds, two duplicated toms sound and to duplicated Cymbal sound. And every time I try to change the one I added with the TMC-6 , changes also the one I have connected to the TD-12, and vice versa.
Im from Argentina, so my English sucks, if you could help me with an explanation that practically a child would understand I would be great.
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Old 06-27-2014, 05:20 AM
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Default Re: Assigning sounds to extra pads and cymbals (TD-12 w/ TMC-6)

Read the manual that came with the tmc-6. Download it if you do not have it.
You have to change the midi note numbers for the pad in the tmc-6 not in the TD-12.
I can not remember how to do it (it has been a few years) but it was not that hard to do.
If you have the pads working that is 90% of it.
Good luck
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