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Yamaha DTX-Multi 12
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Multipad from Yamaha belonging to the DTX series.

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  • rounard75rounard75

    high performance Multipad

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 03/24/14 at 08:06
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    I had this Multipad, the sound quality is excellent and the samples factory too, there is a fifty pre-programmed kits and we can program 200 which is puzzling! It is possible to install via a usb stick its own samples but then pity, the capacity is not very important. I would have liked this Multipad a looper recorder to make it more complete. In summary a good product but in addition, for example, an electronic drum kit. The +: the game with sticks, fingers and hands as on traditional percussions.
  • stephane33stephane33

    big machine

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 03/17/14 at 10:30
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    very good machine with plenty of its more of its importable and ennormme capasite more o, n can plug a bass drum and snare charlet into a mini electro drumkit

    parcontre be sure to read the manual for the possibility of the machine
  • JMCC59JMCC59

    Complexity prog PATERN

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 03/12/14 at 03:59
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    HELLO TO ALL.
    Possessor of a DTX, I used extra on acoustic drums (though with sound)
    The sounds are good, and the material of the pads;
    little "scam" on the price of materials .. I myself have opted for a computer suopport 30 € (hyper tripod stable régalge height and tilt tray
    For cons, I can not register in something very basic: a sound (kick) 133 BPM tempo, loop.
    I explain: After having imorter sound on a PAD kit, I selected an empty PATERN and I (tempo, loop) program on PAD KIT. Bine all goes ... jsqu'au when I éteinds the gadget, when I turn back: the kit is tjrs, the sound KIT BUT also the tempo became hyper slow ..
    Online Help Yahama: up to what I've read another......
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    HELLO TO ALL.
    Possessor of a DTX, I used extra on acoustic drums (though with sound)
    The sounds are good, and the material of the pads;
    little "scam" on the price of materials .. I myself have opted for a computer suopport 30 € (hyper tripod stable régalge height and tilt tray
    For cons, I can not register in something very basic: a sound (kick) 133 BPM tempo, loop.
    I explain: After having imorter sound on a PAD kit, I selected an empty PATERN and I (tempo, loop) program on PAD KIT. Bine all goes ... jsqu'au when I éteinds the gadget, when I turn back: the kit is tjrs, the sound KIT BUT also the tempo became hyper slow ..
    Online Help Yahama: up to what I've read another participant in this forum ....

    on the other hand, if someone could advise me ... it would be very nice ...
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  • bigben51bigben51

    excellent product

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 11/30/13 at 12:14
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    Device very easy to set up.
    Very good dynamic.
    Robust.
    Ability to play your own sounds (wave).
    It is made for the stage.
  • fabertfabert

    makes a lot of service for a non-drummer

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 08/05/13 at 03:35
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    Drum sounds but sounds from the series pattern so quality sound, importing can sample via usb key but very long. Controllable by usb and midi. Very good quality pads, is played out to the trigger of the baguette.Possibilité sequences.Produit more oriented stage, in the studio I think the akai mpc or maschine native instrument are more convenient. The value for money compared to the Alesis or Roland is very good.
  • FredgafieiraFredgafieira

    not bad

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 03/05/13 at 13:00
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    I use it since last year but very few actually. I want to use it to create a line perceived in support of my arrangements.

    No other model before.

    Plus: clear the game with chopsticks. Perceived playing with chopsticks, I try to adapt my game with different pads (not always easy to aim!)
    And pads allow multiple different sounds in the game many enjoy sampling the side of the unit, I do not use it. And then a choice of sounds pretty important.

    Least, I think the sound of big bass in the category Brazil are not well enough sampled sounds and not enough variety in this category (this is what I want). For example, the low marking the time (Surdo) is much better return in Sampletank......
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    I use it since last year but very few actually. I want to use it to create a line perceived in support of my arrangements.

    No other model before.

    Plus: clear the game with chopsticks. Perceived playing with chopsticks, I try to adapt my game with different pads (not always easy to aim!)
    And pads allow multiple different sounds in the game many enjoy sampling the side of the unit, I do not use it. And then a choice of sounds pretty important.

    Least, I think the sound of big bass in the category Brazil are not well enough sampled sounds and not enough variety in this category (this is what I want). For example, the low marking the time (Surdo) is much better return in Sampletank (too stupid ...).

    Q / price: no more.

    I may repeat that choice, but after listening to the best alternative Roland (which I believe is not multi-pad ..)
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  • ZeuStefZeuStef

    Good but ...

    Yamaha DTX-Multi 12Published on 01/14/13 at 07:47
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    1 month of use

    The quality of samples is fantastic, we believe it. The "Gameplay" excellent for a neophyte like me drumkit. I really feel great and I'm happy. The dynamic is good, you can adjust the pads to react to hands or fingers.

    It was positive for ^, see the rest ...
    What ergonomics m ... e! Looks like Yamaha did it on purpose!
    Not "wheel" to navigate through the menus and select his kit or patterns a horror. No logic in the menu hierarchy ..
    No ability to import midifile life USB, samples are not recognized, etc ...
    And a scheduler function extremely limited. You can not undo the last sequence. A mistake and start all ...
    Brief. Beautiful machine but amateurish......
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    1 month of use

    The quality of samples is fantastic, we believe it. The "Gameplay" excellent for a neophyte like me drumkit. I really feel great and I'm happy. The dynamic is good, you can adjust the pads to react to hands or fingers.

    It was positive for ^, see the rest ...
    What ergonomics m ... e! Looks like Yamaha did it on purpose!
    Not "wheel" to navigate through the menus and select his kit or patterns a horror. No logic in the menu hierarchy ..
    No ability to import midifile life USB, samples are not recognized, etc ...
    And a scheduler function extremely limited. You can not undo the last sequence. A mistake and start all ...
    Brief. Beautiful machine but amateurish complete the rest
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