Yamaha DTX-Multi 12 Electronic Percussion Pad

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Yamaha has introduced the DTX-Multi 12 electronic percussion pad, which 12 on-board pads and a built-in sound module.

Description:

The DTX-Multi 12 boasts over 1200 voices, covering drums, percussion and keyboard sounds, many drawn from Yamaha’s Motif synthesizer range and many completely new. Up to 200 custom set ups can be created and stored using all internal sounds and 42 types of effects.

Alternatively additional sounds can be loaded and stored into the onboard 64MB of memory and allocated to any pad for total customization

The unit is designed to easily integrate into an existing acoustic set up or act as a stand alone unit. DTX- Multi 12 comes with Cubase AI 5″ software .

Up to four voices can be assigned to a single pad for simultaneous or sequential playback and a wide range of dynamic options are made available.

Versatility is enhanced with 128 on-board phrase patterns covering a wide variety of styles and users can also record their own patterns and assign them to pads. A click track function also allows players to control the unit instantly, ideal for live shows.

The DTX- Multi 12 can as an excellent input device for computers. Connectivity is via a single USB cable. The included Cubase AI5 DAW software facilitates the recording and extensive editing of MIDI data, it can also function as a high quality sample playback device with 64MB of flash ROM on board.

Hi-Hat controllers and kick pedal pads can be added if you wish to use the DTX-Multi 12 as a compact stand alone electronic drum kit.

Available: Dec 2009; RRP: £685 Inc VAT


4 thoughts on “Yamaha DTX-Multi 12 Electronic Percussion Pad

  1. I wonder what sort of device specific software is used for managing the samples (if any). Yamaha frequently gives Mac users the finger when it comes to software.

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  2. Maybe this is finally the answer for the drummer / band in a live situation to have percussion/effects as well as triggering snares from an acoustic kit. The "pad tap tempo" is a first I believe which would be killer in a vintage rock 70's 80's band cover band. Any drummers/bands doing this?

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  3. Maybe this is finally the answer for the drummer / band in a live situation to have percussion/effects as well as triggering snares from an acoustic kit. The "pad tap tempo" is a first I believe which would be killer in a vintage rock 70's 80's band cover band. Any drummers/bands doing this?

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