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Roland HPD-10 Handsonic

Multipad from Roland .

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Sensor problem Hpd 10

Roland HPD-10 HandsonicPublished on 05/27/12 at 02:43
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Hello,

I bought the Roland Handsonic are 4 years and I enjoyed its various possibilities, a nice thing!

Unfortunately today I found a loose connection on the central pad (the small round), which can be derived from the welding of the sensor. The sounds of the pad virtually no longer go out and I'm pretty distraught. Have you ever had this kind of problem?

I looked on the forums about this device and nobody seems to have been a malfunction with. But mine was not damaged, the problem occurred in the very same concert, during normal use.

Thank you in advance for your answers
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Roland HPD-10 HandsonicPublished on 05/07/06 at 08:07
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I just got the new Roland pad.

1st impression: it's a little "gadget" as its big ERRF.

I use the hpd 15 for 4 years. And what I expected MODEL forward.

The pads have the same air quality (I would see the long run!)

Roland opted for the new MODEL purer.
Fewer options, no sequencer, rglages months in ACCS direct ...
(Half price hpd 15 can not ask for the moon!)

Little is at least sounds.
They are new but there are a lot less!
You will be quickly limited in kits.

In short, following the careful use much because the hpd 15 is still suprieur!

I use it in complment so these new sounds enrich my dj existing kits.

And when the report is even qualitprix trs...…
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I just got the new Roland pad.

1st impression: it's a little "gadget" as its big ERRF.

I use the hpd 15 for 4 years. And what I expected MODEL forward.

The pads have the same air quality (I would see the long run!)

Roland opted for the new MODEL purer.
Fewer options, no sequencer, rglages months in ACCS direct ...
(Half price hpd 15 can not ask for the moon!)

Little is at least sounds.
They are new but there are a lot less!
You will be quickly limited in kits.

In short, following the careful use much because the hpd 15 is still suprieur!

I use it in complment so these new sounds enrich my dj existing kits.

And when the report is even qualitprix trs interresting.
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Roland HPD-10 HandsonicPublished on 03/24/07 at 15:15
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I use it for two weeks
I appreciate to have an even different sound kit
The value for money is EXCELLENT
I remake this choice without hesitation

This gear is terrible, a real hit, responding to the velocity of the strike, an instant response. Kit and grouped by genre: 808, drums, congas, tablas, darbuka ... or by country: India, Japan, Kore, Africa ect ...
Terrible, especially since that with MIDI can make a sort of synth or keyboard to assign its own kit to various pad.
The addition of up to 100-120 euro roland is a good investment, in short me I 'm very happy.
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rounard75rounard75

Roland HPD-10 HandsonicPublished on 01/03/09 at 10:34
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I brought my 10 after I Handsonic well documented on the internet including listening to the demonstrations official or not. The HandSonic 10 is a beautiful machine! I was looking for a way to work the drums without disturbing the neighbors are in an apartment. This instrument responds perfectly to my research: 1) headphone amp or plugged into possible; 2) 400 sounds and 64 kits per country (Africa, Asia, Drums rock, India, Middle East ...); 3) Function "Coatch "with the opportunity to play percussion on tracks with" traditions "or even work-loop sequence and pace, and 4) connectivity MIDI IN / OUT jack, auxiliary input (CD/MP3/HIFI). The more "magic" of this instrument is the sensitivity...…
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I brought my 10 after I Handsonic well documented on the internet including listening to the demonstrations official or not. The HandSonic 10 is a beautiful machine! I was looking for a way to work the drums without disturbing the neighbors are in an apartment. This instrument responds perfectly to my research: 1) headphone amp or plugged into possible; 2) 400 sounds and 64 kits per country (Africa, Asia, Drums rock, India, Middle East ...); 3) Function "Coatch "with the opportunity to play percussion on tracks with" traditions "or even work-loop sequence and pace, and 4) connectivity MIDI IN / OUT jack, auxiliary input (CD/MP3/HIFI). The more "magic" of this instrument is the sensitivity of the pad (rubber material). 10 zones on strike, the instrument tracks the location but also the strength. It is thus possible to simulate the three basic sounds of a djembe, congas or those (particularly successful for that matter). There are also percussion sounds like the balafon and the Gamelan, bells and vibraphone or for adding small melodies during the game

With this instrument I can work around the clock. The optional foot very pro allows a safe installation. For amplification I guess the official receiver should provide the best made on a Spider Jam because it spits a bit and especially that endangers the amp, which tends to "saturate" at the time of the strikes (can I study According to this purchase). The opening to the "WORLD" through the sounds of all countries and styles of music offered is a great way to learn while having fun and enriching their knowledge.

The instrument is open to the import of sounds (a synth or drum machine), and the sounds are editable, you can act on a wide range of effects on the equalizer. It can also reprogram the pads so completely customized to their needs. The screen allows all manipulation easily, the manual is pretty well done for this purpose although I confess I have not fully explored at the moment, too busy to discover my instrument.

A great buy, sounds very good, some really excellent as the congas, I do it again without hesitation that purchase angel reconciles us with the neighbors (my favorite of the djembe is often poor in its cover ... sniff!). I think this instrument is suitable both for use as recreational Pro, both for personal development and for learning an instrument.
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: HPD-10 Handsonic
  • Category: Multipads
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2006

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