Welcome to the Alesis DM10 drum module! Refer to your electronic drum kit’s assembly manual for more information on connecting it to the Studio Snare. información, consulte el diagrama de conexión y el Manual de referencia. FRANÇAIS. Remarque: Utilisez la clé de . für weitere Informationen. 1. 3. 4. 8. DM10 STUDIO KIT PROFESSIONAL ELECTRONIC DRUM SET 5. 6. User Guide (English) For additional product support, visit .. use your DM10MKII Studio Kit to trigger sounds in an external MIDI sound.

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Editing Effects Parameters Type: High-definition drum module with dynamic articulation 24 pages. Page 38 Prog Chng: The duration of the note, measured in clicks 1- Omni-On, Poly Mode 2: Page 48 HITS cont.

The Voice volume level sent to the DM10’s effects processor The amount of reverb on the Voice Open the DM10 Updater application.

Enter text from picture: To disable effects on the Kit, select “OFF. The kind of effect applied.

At any given time, the DM10 module has a Kit selected and a Sequence selected. You will need to set this properly when using the DM10 module to play sounds on another module.


The DM10’s flangers have the same editable parameters. This can be useful when programming the DM10 if it is not connected to your drum kit, if it is sudio convenient to strike the pads, etc.


Don’t have an account? To save your settings so you can recall them in future sessions, you need to “store” The DM10 module will be automatically selected.

MIDI controllers — to trigger sounds from the DM10’s own extensive sound library instead of or in addition to the electronic drum kit. Triggering Parameters For instance, if you strike the snare drum hard enough, it is possible for the crash cymbal to sense the vibration of your hit especially if they are mounted on the same rack and trigger as well.

The top of the screen will show the number and name of the Kit whose Instruments drum voices you will be editing.

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When editing the Accompaniment track of a Sequence, you may notice the “Note” column contains the names of musical notes — A4, D 5, etc. Here are a couple examples of how to do this. Not being computer savy, I would like to manusl this problem. Always down your volume level s to zero before plugging unplugging your cables from your triggers or the module.

A delay effect is a kind of echo, which varies depending on the size of the room it emulates and the rate, volume, and decay of the echo. Omni-On, Mono Mode 3: The DM10’s delay effects have some common parameters with some notable differences. FX F3, 1st page: Page of 52 Go. If you see a message that says Windows was unable to install a driver, ignore it.


Press the REC tab F1. For instance, if you strike the snare drum hard enough, it is possible for the crash cymbal to sense the vibration of your hit especially if they sstudio mounted on the same sfudio and trigger as well.

This manual details all vm10 DM10 module’s features. I am having a problem with the volume on one of my symbols, and my bass drum. You can also copy it to the same Kit, which effectively stores that Instrument in that Kit. Updating The Module Windows users: Furthermore, while there are several slots for User Kits and Sequences, you can also save over the Presets the first Kits or the first 75 Xlesis.

Alesis DM10 Operator’s Manual

Trig Menu contains some parameters that affect the triggers’ sensivity and function within the module. After exceeding that limit, Voices or Accompaniment with lower polyphony priority may be silenced so the ones with higher priority can sound. Introduction This manual details all the DM10 module’s features. This is similar to the regular metronome but while the regular metronome sounds every beat, the subdivision metronome sounds during smaller intervals of each measure.