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Can I sign four toms to my dtxpress iv? thanks Arpi

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Yes you can my friend. You can even have up to four more I believe. Please read here that everything is easy to understand:

http://www.arrangerworkstation.com/forums/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=DTXpressIV&Number=441199&page=&view=&sb=&o=&fpart=1&vc=1

Take care and enjoy your DTXPRESS IV!

Posted on Jan 06, 2011

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My DTXPRESS 4 was dropped on the ground . Not too hard but none the less dropped. now the kick wont trigger from the drum brain. Where can i get it fixed ?


This depends if the cables were plugged in or not...If they were, probably the jack for the defective input has had the solder to the board broken OR the cable has been damaged. Move the kick to a tom inout and see if the trigger works... If it does, then the Kick inout connector is probably broken away from the solder. Unit will have to be opened for inspection to find the defect. If the kick doesn't work at all in the other position, the cable from the kick MAY have been stretched or brolen.

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If i hit the ride bell, the tom 3 sound will come out also if i hit the crash bell, the tom 1 sound will come out also any idea how to fix it? many thanks


Is the 9ch snake cable correctly connected? TOM 3 should be plugged into the 4th input and TOM 1 should be plugged into the 2nd input. (1- SNARE, 2 -TOM, 3 -TOM, 4-TOM, 5-RIDE, 6-CRASH.........)

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Sampling into yamaha dtxpress iv


If you have a sampler, you could midi out of the DTX brain into the midi in of the sampler to trigger the sounds. If not ,try downloading KORE2 from Native Instruments onto your computer and triggering it using the above mentioned method . Midi out from your brain to Midi in on your computer. Hope this helps.

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Yamaha dtxpress iv standard


try a wooden snare, a light kick drum, the most natural hi hat you can find, some soft cymbals and a selection of wooden and metal percussion instruments.

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Recorded midi, output set to dtxpress channel 10 no sounds is gen


You have to discover the receive channel for the dtxpress. Try downloading Midiox which is a freeware app that actively displays everything that is happening midiwise in real time.

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I want to connect my YAMAHA DTXPRESS IV SPECIAL to my PC


Any pro-audio interface with a midi input would do the trick. There are numerous products out there that offer this. You can get a simple usb midi interface, and connect the Yamaha up with a midi cable running from the midi out of the drum module to the nidi in of the interface.

one of the simpler ones:...

http://www.amazon.com/M-Audio-Midisport-Uno-MIDI-Interface/dp/B00007JRBM

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DTXPRESS IV SPECIAL changing cymbal(crash) sounds?


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the right crash is a '3 zone pad' (notice the semi-circular groove around the front edge of the pad).

this means you should get a different sound from the bell, the main area of the pad, and the front edge.

In order to mimic a real crash cymbal, the 'crash' sound comes from hitting the edge of the pad.

In reality, there are ribbon switches (like mobile phone keypads) underneath the bell & edge areas of the pad that detect hits to these areas.

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