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The new TD-50 Drum Sound Module, includes high-resolution sound elements to recreate deliver sounds that are vivid, bold and practical for performance. Using Roland’s original technology: “Prismatic Sound Modeling” and integrating the V-Drums advanced trigger-sensing technology, the sound is more dynamic sound and faithfully responds to the drummer’s technique and nuance of how the drums are played physically as well as musically.
CUSTOMIZING THE SOUND TO KIT THE PLAYER’S TASTE AND MUSICAL STYLES
The TD-50 has various Drum KITs suitable with wide-range of music genres, however you can customize the sounds and kits creatively to fit your personal sound and taste. From basic functions such as tuning or shell depth, to cymbal size and thickness, balancing overtone layering, and placement of overhead microphones are just a few performances. With enhanced professional editing parameters, you can easily customize your sound to your taste. From basic functions such as tuning or shell depth, to cymbal size and thickness, balancing overtone layering, and placement of overhead microphones are just a few examples of how you customize the TD-50 sound palette.
14-INCH DIGITAL SNARE PAD
The PD-140DS has a sensing processor inside the cymbal pad to accurately detect the player’s stroke across the entire head of the pad to produce a natural sound from the TD-50 Drum Sound Module. This processor significantly increases the accuracy of the position where the drum head is struck as well as the depth and dynamics when executing techniques such as a buzz roll or a rim shot, to faithfully produce a superior sound, Additionally, and without changing the sound or function in the sound module, you can play a cross stick naturally without changing your hand position or technique.
18-INCH DIGITAL RIDE CYMBAL
The CY-18DR has a sensing processor inside the cymbal pad to accurately detect the player’s stroke across the entire area of the cymbal to produce a natural sound from the sound module. This sensor enables the nuance of the cymbal sound to change naturally in different positions on the cymbal, from edge to bow to bell. From legato cymbal swells, soft strokes on the bell, or strong crash accents on the edge, each playing technique is captured accurately. In addition to choking the cymbal with your hand, the player can softly mute the bow of cymbal with a simple touch of a finger.
MULTI-TRACK AUDIO RECORDING WITH A SINGLE USB CABLE
The audio sampling format is compatible with 48kHz and 96kHz in addition to the standard 44.1kHz, making it ideal for any DAW environment. Simply selecting a kick or snare (for example) for independent recording is easily accomplished with the TD-50 module. You can quickly edit and adjust the sound balance and tone, and assign the recording input channel of the required instrument with your DAW. When you input audio data from your computer to the TD-50, you can control the audio routing and volume by using knobs on the TD-50 panel. This is ideal for controlling click tracks or backing tracks from the computer and creating a custom monitor mix for the player for headphones, in-ear monitors, or monitor speakers
PROFESSIONAL MASTER OUTPUT AND DIRECT OUT FUNCTIONALITY
The TD-50 includes balanced XLR Master Out (first in the V-Drums line-up) and 8 Direct Out (TRS) to connect with a live PA system without the need of a direct box. Assigning a pad (instrument) to these Direct Outputs is flexible and easily selected with the function in the TD-50. On the top panel, there are convenient master and phones volume knobs, and vertically-lined group faders to balance the output level for each pad instantly. If you setup the fader group function only for phones output, you can easily control your monitor mix without sending your mix to the PA front of house or to another band member’s monitor.
PERSONAL PRACTICE ASSISTANCE
Utilizing the SD card functionality, you can record your drumming along with a simple metronome sound or even with a backing track. This is great tool for capturing and refining musical ideas and sharing with fellow musicians to develop ideas for performance or production.