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YAMAHA DTX900 ELECTRONIC DRUM TRIGGER MODULE
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- 1,115 Drum Percussion, Effect sounds
- 211 Melodic keyboard sounds
- 50 Preset + 50 User Kits
- 64 step CHAIN function
- USB Host & Device ports
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In addition to a collection of essential Yamaha acoustic drum sounds, the DTX900 also features a broad spectrum of voices taken from the world renowned MOTIF series synthesizers for a grand total of 1326 sounds. The XA (Expanded Articulation) System, which creates subtly different samples even when you strike the drum with the same strength, can create more natural snare rolls and re-create the feel of a legato ride cymbal or staccato hi-hat. In addition to reverb and chorus effects that can be used throughout the whole system, there are variation effects that can be used on each drum kit to bring out the perfect sound you need. The DTX900 module is capable of importing and layering samples (with optional DIMM installed), and there is a growing library of third party DTX sounds and compatible VST instruments available so you’ll never run out of new sonic possibilities. And speaking of possibilities, the unique Stack/Alternate functions allow you to play basslines, chords and melodies on any pad using just your sticks! And the popular Groove Check and Rhythm Gate features can be used with the click, or any of the 87 preset songs. With 15 trigger inputs, large backlit LCD, built-in mixer, six individual outputs, SPDIF digital output, and 2 USB ports - the DTX900 handles the most demanding needs of professional drummers. Includes CubaseAI for Mac/PC computer music production.
Top Customer Reviews
By James Peruta on August 22, 2011
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For years I have been using an outdated Roland TD8. However that unit has been a workhorse and has never failed me. I have been able to tweak it and I've gotten very good sounds from it. However I wanted more current stock sounds and most importantly this unit has the ability to sample and download sounds directly to the unit which can then be assigned to a pad/user voice. This feature sold me on the unit. This feature insures that the sounds will never be outdated because you can always add newer more current sounds. You can also add just about anything to it providing the format is compatible. Any sound now or in the future I could ever want, I now have the ability to access it with this unit. The amount of features and parameters is a bit overwhelming. I had to read through the manual a number of times and experiment. After about a month I've learned a lot and I'm still learning. This unit is extremely sophisticated and the stock sounds alone are excellent in my opinion. The tweakability of any sound and setup is almost endless. Effects can be customized to each sound/pad, EQ can be customized and there are of course global settings as well. I haven't even begun to touch many of the features this thing can do and probably never will but having all this possibility at my fingertips is a great thing. Yamaha in my opinion has always been synonymous with high quality products in music equipment. This item is not cheap and is probably comparible to Roland's top of the line TD20. I am not familiar with the TD20 so I couldn't compare the features. Roland usually does not have the ability to sample and download direct to the unit but again I can't say. Comparing to any other Roland product like the TD8, which I am familiar with, is unfair.Read more ›
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