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  1. Registered User

    Join Date
    Jan 2007

    Default Yamaha DTX-Multi12

    For all you electronic fans out there. Yamaha is releasing a new percussion pad at the end of this month. Not sure what it will sell for but it seems to be loaded with the DTXTREME III kit sounds. Check it out, pretty cool. The lay out is interesting with the angled top shelf of pads.

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    Rimshot 1111
    Last edited by Rimshot 1111; 01-14-2010 at 06:16 PM.

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    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands


    The Dtx Multi 12 multi-pad (or DTXM12)



    Dimensions Width 345mm
    Height 96mm
    Depth 319mm
    Weight Weight 3.3kg
    Pad section
    Built-in pads 12
    External inputs 5 (three-zone x 1; monaural x 4)
    Tone generator
    Maximum polyphony 64 notes
    Wave memory 100 MB (16-bit linear conversion)
    Voices Drum and percussion: 1,061
    Keyboard: 216
    Drum kits Preset: 50
    User-defined: 200
    Effects Variation x 42 types; Chorus x 6 types; Reverb x 6 types: 5-band master equalizer
    Trigger section
    Pad functions Increment or decrement of drum kit, pattern, or tempo; tap tempo; switching on or off of click-track; transmission of control change messages
    Readable quantity 500
    Bit depth 16 bit
    Wave memory 64 MB
    Maximum size Mono sample: 2 MB
    Stereo sample: 4 MB
    Sample formats Proprietary, WAV, and AIFF
    Sequence capacity 152,000 notes
    Note resolution Quarter note / 480
    Recording method Real-time overdubbing
    Patterns Preset patterns: 128 phrases (including 3 demo patterns)
    User-defined patterns: 50 phrases
    Sequence formats Proprietary
    SMF Format 0 (for loading only)
    Tempo 30 to 300 BPM. Tap tempo functionality
    Beats 1/4 – 16/4, 1/8 – 16/8, 1/16 – 16/16
    Note timing Accent notes, quarter notes, eight notes, sixteenth notes, triplets
    Display Backlit LCD with 2 rows of 16 characters
    Connectors PAD (13) jack (standard stereo-phone plug; left = trigger, right = rim switch)
    PAD (14)/(15) and PAD (16)/(17) jacks (standard stereo-phone plug; left = trigger, right = trigger)
    HI-HAT CONTROL jack (standard stereo-phone plug)
    FOOT SW jack (standard stereo-phone plug)
    OUTPUT L/MONO and R jacks (standard phone plugs)
    PHONES jack (standard stereo-phone plug), AUX IN jack (standard stereo-phone plug),
    MIDI IN and OUT connectors, USB TO HOST port, USB TO DEVICE port, and DC IN.
    Power Consumption 9W (DTXM12 and PA-5D adaptor)
    Package Contents Power adaptor (PA-5D or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha), Owner's Manual , Data List booklet, DVD-ROM (Cubase AI5)
    Expected listing price:
    RRP: €823,- Inc VAT
    Available: Dec 2009

    For a ''testdrive'' you can proceed to this site:

    Can be found here from half December: and other shops.
    Yamaha Drums


  3. Registered User

    Join Date
    Jul 2007

    Talking new yamaha pad

    in stores jan. 15th 2010. price is $699.00 with discount and $899.00 list...this thing rocks and yes im getting it!


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