Roland TD-10 Module
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Roland TD-10 Module

TD-10 Module, Electronic Drum Module from Roland in the TD series.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
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hellhammer03/09/2006

hellhammer's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland TD-10 Module
I use it for three months, I bought used. I am a drummer of metal music and I was looking for a module that can offer me sounds worthy of the style. In addition I work mtronome This silent advantage with this module.

What I like most:

Its user-simlicit.
-The quality of sound, the infinite possibilities of sound edition (for a ft: size, materials, power on / type of skin and tufts ... custom settings studio ...).
Trs-module takes into account the many triggers and many can be made modallits this level l (sensibilit. ..) depending on the game that is a.
The internal-squenceur can register at the "click" and then listen with precision what we play to realize its default: it is a simple registration, not need a computer, sound card ...
The inner well-mtronome complete soon tons of unnecessary cables.

There is nothing I dislike.

This module is of high quality and the price is the consquence. But the quality is l.
This is the equivalent of 4 SE DDRUM Roland, but the TD 10 provides much better features edition. The sounds sound a bit more "electronic" on the TD 10, but the adpend that in the research.

I have no complaints.

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ... really no doubt.
GuillaumeF01/13/2004

GuillaumeF's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland TD-10 Module
I use it for about 2 months as a drum sound expander. I pilot with Cubase SL and incorporates the 8 audio tracks on my VS2480CD. I gave him the card TDW1 Assistant for more kits and e-drum feature for future use in this context.

What I like most:
- The simplicity of use
- The possibility to do to evolve an e-drum with lots of triggers
- The number of individual outputs (8)
- Effects (compression, reverb, dynamic etc.).

What I like least:
- The sounds are not the best of the best comparative trs good samples, but the main object is not expanding but the e-drum
- The lack of outputs on numriques R-BUS format (Roland Owner ')

I chose the number of individual outputs, sounds and the capacity to evolve to the e-drum this year. In fact I could buy a good sound card for my PC with multi output and a good sampler in soft acqurir but I wanted a set of pads later to play the drum tracks for good!

It cost me about 1,800 (TDW1 card included), so it's reasonable. The most expensive is coming when I will buy the pads!

For now no regrets at all.
Toutwoui07/02/2003

Toutwoui's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland TD-10 Module
I use this sound module for 3 days with a TD8 kit. For now I am more than satisfied, the sounds are really a crazy ism. I love the user interface module that is clear trs, trs well programmed and it would have just one hour of reading the manual to understand virtually every dtails this module, I matrise'll have everything and yet still need to have a look at the manual for advanced features, but for the base, is simple. Before I had a DTXPRESS 1, and it is simply incomparable! I board not yet been able to test the 8 outputs of the modules to plug into my sound card and then test the record, I think I will come complter ds it will be the case.
For now, I Do not hesitate for one second buy this module if I buy a Devaya me, and I still see him any inconvnient so I put 10, my bill will evolve can be during my use.