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All user reviews for the Roland TMC-6

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 4 reviews )
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reznor dante06/20/2012

reznor dante's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very satisfied, good little product"

Roland TMC-6
I use it for just over 6 months.

My drumkit is in Trigge Roland RT-10 and I mainly use the range of EZ Drummer.

The only comparable model that I had the opportunity to test is the Alesis Trigger I / O and compared the Roland is much better.

I especially like the fact that it includes no sound, therefore more economical to purchase, but it is obliged to carry around the PC and the external sound card.

At 149 euros (it was destocking) I do not think I would have found best compromise.

The only downside is that I have struggled to program it, but it is probably because I am a neophyte.
skelo06/23/2007

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

Roland TMC-6
GENIAL!
We have 2 years in our training, he did a lot of scenes, studios and it still works as well!
A true solution for those who want to connect a system of pads or sensors for drumkit on a PC or sampler ...

In our case the TMC6 is connected via MIDI to a sampler (808) for playing drum sounds.
It is easy to use.
It can be used with any type of sensors.
It is solid.
It has everything a great!

And when looking around one can hack into a sensor analog converter midi ... and ca c cool!
lets rock
05/07/2006

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

Roland TMC-6
I use it for 2 weeks.
I have the exprience triggering modules: ALESIS D4; DDRUM 3, Yamaha DTS-70, Roland TD-5.
This converter is an excellent rpondant.
Too bad there are only six entries pads.
It almost DDRUM scabies in the response you get.
Branch in the ass of a good type KONTAKT VSTI or BFD, it helps to have a game trsraliste if you take the time to configure the virtual sampler.
For less than 300 euros, I think Roland has a report qualitprix ever encountered in this area.
Exit the main ERRF of this module which offer a lower rponse and sounds crappy GM that even the fair-Les-Plouth of geese, one would be ridiculous.
Between a large module DDRUM trs expensive and fragile (still indtrnable rponse in terms of the game) and this little bote bag that fits in the hand of my girlfriend, I made my choice.
I put 9 and I'll come back in 2 years to 10 if the TMC-6 the distance.
azplok07/27/2004

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

Roland TMC-6
I use it recently, who can tell me how many pads I can hook up?