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Roland TD-50 Drum Sound Module
Roland TD-50 Drum Sound Module

NoiseBug Price : $2399

Yes, the Roland TD-50 Drum Sound Module is in stock!

Manufacturer Description:

Upgrade Any V-Drums Kit with the Latest Module from the Flagship TD-50 Series



Dynamic Prismatic Sound Modeling Brings Your Drumming to Life
Great drummers demand great performance, and the brand new TD-50 module is the heart of the drum set —a powerful new sound module whose original Prismatic Sound Modeling technology means that every element of your playing style is caught and conveyed in thrilling detail. Working alongside the TD-50DP’s newly developed snare and ride cymbal pads—which feature our most advanced trigger-sensing technology yet—the TD-50’s high-resolution processing gives you the most lifelike, resonant, and expressive sounds you’ll hear from an electronic kit.

Customize Your Sound for Live Sessions and Studio Work
A variety of musical scenarios are no problem with the TD-50, which offers a choice of onboard kits to suit every session. This advanced module also supports deep sound customization, including basic adjustment of heads and shells, layering of internal and user samples, and adjustment of overhead mics and ambience. For tailored performance, a compressor and three-band EQ can be controlled for each pad individually, while three independent multi-effect sections let you treat specific drums with 30 effect types such as delay, flanger, saturator, and many others. The two-band multi-compressor and four-band equalizer on the output let you change the overall dynamics and tonal balance, depending on whether you’re in the studio or on stage. And with the new Snapshot feature, you can quickly assess and compare any edits to your sounds before making permanent changes.

Play with Your Own WAV Files and Record Easily to a DAW
As a creative drummer, you’ll love the TD-50’s open-ended connectivity, which lets inspiration flow in both directions. Using the module’s SD card slot, it’s easy to trigger your own WAV files using any Roland drum pads connected to the module, and you can loop or layer them alongside the internal sounds while controlling volume and tone via the TD-50’s front panel. When you write a great groove, simply connect the TD-50 module to a computer via USB for multi-track recording direct to your favorite DAW. Up to 10 channels can be recorded separately, then easily edited for tone color and more. There’s even a choice of audio sampling formats: 48 kHz, 96 kHz, and the standard 44.1kHz.

Hit the Stage Faster with Balanced Connections to a PA
If you play live every night, the TD-50 will help avoid the time and effort of a lengthy setup. The TD-50 is the first V-Drums module to feature an XLR stereo master out and eight TRS direct outs, allowing for a balanced connection to a PA system. Assigning a pad to any of the individual outputs is simple, while convenient master/headphones volume controls and group faders balance the output levels instantly. You can also assign the volume to control headphones only, perfect for adjusting the monitor level without affecting the PA signal.



Specifications:
Drum Kits: 100
Instruments: More than 400

Effect Types
Pad Compressor: each pad
Pad Equalizer: each pad
Room Type: 25 types
Reverb Type: 5 types
Stereo Enhancer
Multi-Effects: 3 systems, 30 types
Master Compressor
Master Equalizer

User Sample Import
Number of User Sample: Maximum 500 (includes factory preloaded user samples)
Sound Length (total): 24 minutes in mono, 12 minutes in stereo
File formats that can be loaded: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16/24 bits)

Song Player (SD Card): Audio File: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16/24 bits), MP3

Recorder
Recording Method: Realtime
Maximum Note Storage: approx. 40,000 notes
Export File Format: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16 bits), SMF

Display
Graphic LCD 256 x 80 dots
TRIGGER ACTIVITY Indicator (LED)

Faders: 8 (KICK, SNARE, TOMS, HI-HAT, CRASH, RIDE, AUX, AMBIENCE)
External Memory: SD Card (SDHC supported)

Connectors
TRIGGER IN jack x 14: ¼" TRS phone type (Exclusion use with digital pad)
DIGITAL TRIGGER IN port x 3: USB A type
MASTER OUT (UNBALANCED) jacks (L/MONO, R): ¼" phone type
MASTER OUT (BALANCED) jacks (L, R): XLR type, balanced
DIRECT OUT (BALANCED) jack x 8: ¼" TRS phone type, balanced
PHONES jack x 2: Stereo ¼" phone type, Stereo miniature phone type
MIX IN jack x 2: Stereo ¼" phone type, Stereo miniature phone type
MIDI (IN, OUT/THRU) connectors
USB COMPUTER port: USB B type (USB Hi-Speed AUDIO/MIDI)
FOOT SW jack: ¼" TRS phone type
AC IN jack

Number of USB Audio Record/Playback Channels
Sampling Rate (Original): 44.1 kHz
Sampling Rate (with Sampling rate converter): 96 kHz, 48 kHz
Record: 10 channels
Playback: 4 channels

Power Supply: AC 117 V, AC 220 V, AC 230 V, AC 240 V
Power Consumption: 30 W
Accessories: Quick Start, Power Cord

Options (sold separately)
Pad: PD series, PDX series, BT-1
Cymbal: CY series
Kick: KD series, KT series
Hi-Hat: VH-series
Hi-Hat Control Pedal: FD series
Acoustic Drum Trigger: RT series
Footswitch: BOSS FS-5U, FS-6
Personal Drum Monitor: PM-10
Drum Stand: MDS-50KV, MDS-50K

TD-50 Size and Weight
Width: 330 mm (13 inches)
Depth: 255 mm (10 1/16 inches)
Height: 118 mm (4 11/16 inches)
Weight 3.3 kg (7 lbs. 5 oz.)

Available Drum playing methods (Triggers)
Head shot (High resolution positional detection, Wide dynamic range)
Rim shot (Depth detection, Wide dynamic range)
Cross stick (Automatic switching)
Brush sweep

Sensor system
Multi element sensor system
Head sensor
Position sensors x 3
Rim sensor
Cross stick sensors x 3
Built-in sensing processor

Available cymbal playing methods (triggers)
Bow shot (high resolution position detection, wide dynamic range)
Bell shot (wide dynamic range)
Edge shot (wide dynamic range)
Choke (choke edge, bow touch)


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