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Old 04-30-2010, 06:00 PM
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Default SPD-S by Roland - How to?

Hey Guys,

got a general question for spds.

Is it possible, and if - how (?), that I can change the single pads with an internal sound which is stored on another bank?

for ex.

on bank one i've got some percussion like bonga drums and so on, but just three of that kind.
on bank two i've got other congo-bonga drums. my intension is, to mix them both together on one of the free banks (new patches - whatever?)

is that possible?
is there an opportunity to get some sound from bank one, bank two and maybe bank three all together on a new (currently blank) bank?

please response asap and gimme tips ;)

thanks a lot,

kind rgds,
Steven
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Old 05-01-2010, 04:28 AM
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Default Re: SPD-S by Roland - How to?

Setting up the SPD-S, I hated it. Basically, all the info. you'll find, in pages 30-40, of the owner's manual. I found out, rather quickly, that Roland and I do not speak the same language.
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Old 05-02-2010, 10:37 AM
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Default Re: SPD-S by Roland - How to?

hi ;)

thanks for ur reply.
I certainly understand.
but its not just a problem of roland ;)

i'll check the manual again and try to understand these "informations"
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Old 05-02-2010, 02:04 PM
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OK...as best I can remember...your first "open" patch is 49 or 50. It's after Overdrive, I think, is the last factory patch page name.
So press EDIT
The ENTER button will flash
Press ENTER button
now you need to assign which trigger pad will be your lo bongo
lets say, bottom left pad, so tap that pad with a stick
the red light should flash indicating you chose pad 7
now, using the - and + keys, scroll to lo bongo....I think that's patch 100
you can hit pad 7 and it should sound the lo bongo sound
press EDIT and the LCD display should say NOW WRITTING
you've just assigned the lo bongo sound to pad 7
hope that helps
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