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How do i adjust the drum rhythm volume so it is louder than the tone settings

I need the drums to be louder than the piano, organ,etc.

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You ay have to edit a rhythm and save it as a "user defined rhythm". During editing the volume of each part can be defined with vol. level ranging from 0-127.

Please read the manual.
Metronome volume can be easily changed by just holding the metronome button.

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We can only guess at what model/brand you have.

OFTEN such low volume things can be traced to a burned out light used in some expression pedals that use light dependent resistors to vary the volume.

Be aware that on some organs things like rhythm drums MAY go through a different set of speakers and amps than the other voices.

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