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Old 08-24-2013, 10:29 AM
south of heaven south of heaven is offline
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Default How to turn off the multi-zone option of the pads connected to a Yamaha DTX 500 module?

Greetings!
I just bought a Yamaha DTX 500 kit and it's my very first electric kit. So pretty much a newbie when it comes to understanding these things:)

I just want to turn this option off so that wherever on the pad I hit it sounds the same.
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Old 08-25-2013, 12:06 AM
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Default Re: How to turn off the multi-zone option of the pads connected to a Yamaha DTX 500 module?

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Greetings!
I just bought a Yamaha DTX 500 kit and it's my very first electric kit. So pretty much a newbie when it comes to understanding these things:)

I just want to turn this option off so that wherever on the pad I hit it sounds the same.
Hi,

A simple way to make a 3 zone pad such as a XP80 into a single zone pad such as a TP65 is to simply switch the pad type in the trigger settings menu. But this will change the pad's response to a drumstick strike.

The other way to make the 3 zone pad into a single zone pad is to assign the same voices (sample sounds) to all three zones through the drum kit menu.

Hope this helps,

DTX Product Specialist
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Old 08-25-2013, 02:56 AM
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Default Re: How to turn off the multi-zone option of the pads connected to a Yamaha DTX 500 module?

Or you can just pick the sound that you want and program it into all 3 zones of the pad the same way, then you wont lose any of the response.
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