Category Drum and Drum Machines
Dig the hep bongo Daddy-o.Read More
I have a Quinto and a Conga – just trying to track down a matching Tumba.Read More
|This machine was used on the album Remote Control (Most main drum sounds)|
All my drum machines kind of sit off to the side these days as samplers and sample sets are much easier to use. This was a pretty cool drum machine for it’s day.
Sample rate: 12-bit PCM, 8-polyphonic.
Pitch, Decay, Pan, and Velocity sensitivity can be edited to alter the sound of the 29 stock drum sounds.
7 velocity-sensitive pads.
This is a funky little thing. A handful of pre-programed beats, and few pads, and that’s about it. Some of the older Tic Tok Men music used this drum machine.
It’s fun. It goes bomp-she bomp-she bomp-she da-da-da-da.
Acquired: 1982? Read More
I use the TD-5 for programming “real” drum tracks. It’s one thing to tap out the track on a keyboard but playing the drum tracks with sticks gives the track a more human feel.
With this kit I have 5 single trigger PD-5 Pads, two CY-8 cymbals, one CY-5 cymbal and 1 PD-7 dual trigger pad.
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The TD-5 is a pro-quality sound module with a huge library of percussion instrument sounds, built-in effects and eight dual-trigger inputs.
210 preset instruments
32 user-editable preset patches
8 dual-trigger inputs for use with PD-7/9 Pads, PD-5 Pads, KD-5/7 Kick Trigger and FD-7 Hi-Hat Controller
Onboard effects processor with reverb
Inputs are well-suited for use with acoustic triggers
Full Hi-Hat Nuance CV
Cymbal Choke Capabilities