The Drummer’s Guide to the TD-50 – How to Use Pad EFX and Multi EFX

Each trigger input of the TD-50 module can have its own effect for creating new sounds, along with complimenting or enhancing their impact.

There are also time-based multi-effects, such as delays, reverbs and enhancers that each sound of the kit can be “sent” to, for enhancing or dramatically changing the overall kit sound.

 

 

Button Presses & Values:
[MIXER] | [PAGE DOWN x 3] | [F1] (MFX) | [R1] (MFX SEL) | [F2] (ASSIGN) | [F3] (SEND)
+/- or data wheel to choose sound.
Try: Delay.

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