Roland TD-9 Module
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Roland TD-9 Module

TD-9 Module, Electronic Drum Module from Roland in the TD series.

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01/09/2011

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent value for money"

Roland TD-9 Module
Hello,
I bought this drumkit in September 2008, is a childhood dream realized for 44 years.
Being younger (14 years) I had the opportunity to play several times on the farm my brother who was a drummer in a band, it goes without saying that it was an acoustic drum, not electronics.
Knowing it was impossible to have an acoustic drum home without getting into trouble neighborhood, I bought a TD9-K.
I like the touch pads, different sounds and especially the connection to play MP3 tunes on her.
I changed some sounds to bring them to my liking and I'm having a good.
For recreational use, I find this excellent drumkit for the asking price.
If I had more money, I might have bought the TD9KX for pads with "skin" closer to reality but I do not regret my purchase of the TD9-K.
Rolande yours






babas3d09/01/2010

babas3d's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland TD-9 Module
Hello,

I have this drumkit for 2 years.

I use it as an interface to control BFD2 MIDI. Indeed, the original sounds are good but really nothing to do with software quality expander.

I changed the bass drum pad with a bass drum sound triggée (do not worry it's a drum kit very low end of that time almost 20 years), the pad really making too much noise and unpleasant the touch. And suddenly my drumkit has put on weight:) .
I also changed the charley VH-11 by a much more intuitive and efficient than the whole pedal + pad (which became a sudden crash of a splash or two depending on the kit used).
The snare was also changed to that from the last model TD20.
I added a MultiPad to capture my Alesis drum pad roland me used to control various sounds (cowbell, another bass drum, bass drum even using the same MIDI note) and drive many other sounds.

You can see various objections to these additions but this is the only way I found to not ruin me even more of a blow. And surely I could find a cheaper solution but at the time I did not see better.

So basically it's a good kit that can serve as a base but which is very limited in use, unfortunately.

To complement and enhance my drumkit I would need a bigger rack accepting my GC by 20 inches (not Roland), the module I used almost exclusively MIDI module (which can be chained to another module, the TMC-6 example to increase the number of entries).

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havane06/03/2008

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

Roland TD-9 Module
Model TD-9K
- How long have you use it? 2 months

- What is so special that you like most and least?
most: diversity and quality of sounds and kits, the backing tracks varied and of good quality recorded by a real band. the ability to program their own kit. Scalability and ability to up-grade kit ...
minimum: Some problems that may be triggering annoying when for example we play simultaneously on the g box, the snare and crash. The cymbal does not fire forever. And as a rule, in certain combinations the cymbal does not fire frankly. Momentum a féblarde the volume must almost always be pushed back (at least for a headphone) Some additional I / O would have been welcome, but hey that's not bad.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Yes, Td-12, 6 & 3, Yamaha DTXPRESS 4 ... In fact, I hesitated a lot with it because the sound quality is very good. Deplus this kit comes with an extra cymbal and a hi-hat with the pedal, the Yamaha Team is nicer than Roland at this level but also slightly more expensive.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Correct.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Probably yes. because the td-9 is a newer model not so expensive and scalable allowing the addition of the elements of its "big sister t 12 and 20" as the VH-11, the cymbals and the large mesh pads ...
Compared to the 4 DTXPRESS finally I gave the advantage to the td-9k for the reasons mentioned above + because of the meshed skin intercheangables at a lower cost in case of wear of the system + VH-11 is a bit + more realistic design with simple colors.

So one big black spot: some problems trigger. Otherwise it is in my opinion the mid-range contained one of the most compromise the market today.
Don_Will04/08/2008

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

Roland TD-9 Module
SUPPLEMENT: charley c true that means a little but be careful as the sound of the bass drum pad and the vibration in the ground and the wall, I will try with a carpet spcial ....... ...... unless you have information to give me
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How long have you use it?

3 days

What is the particular feature you like best and least?

personally, I broke my piggy bank and bought the TD 9 KX, and mesh skins .... so cool ...

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

Yes: Roland HD 1; TD 3KW, 6KW TD, TD 9K, 12K TD, AND DT Yamaha DTEXPLORER XTREM I think .... Ben said there's no .... roland is above even with a 3 TD, 12 TD's good is excellent but 1000 euro more than the TD 9KX, made rflchir ....

How do you report qualitprix?

CHRE but so effective .... is the price to pay if we want to have an efficient gear for this kind of drums do not quite hange the first months of 1000 euro even a c incvestissement all the same.

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...

I would NOT buy the TD of the c 20 but expensive, of course I would do the same choice .... Appointment in some time for an upgrade to me ... lol