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[DRUM B] key (LED) [DRUM A] key (LED) [BASS] key (LED) [BASS MUTE] key (LED) [TEMPO] key (LED) [SONG] key (LED) [PATTERN] key (LED)
Display [INSERT/COPY] key (LED) [DELETE/ERASE] key (LED) [VALUE +/-] keys
R PHONES OUTPUT
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Groove PLAY MODE
PATTERN(SONG REC) INSERT/COPY DELETE/ERASE
00-24 Bass Programs
STEP REC REAL-TIME REC PLAY STOP/EXIT
4 TIME SIG
8 BAR LENGTH
3 BASS TUNE
5 PRE COUNT
7 CLICK VOL
9 FOOT SW
11 PAD SENS
Pads 1 - 13 (LED)
[REC] key (LED) [PLAY] key (LED) [STOP/EXIT] key [FUNCTION] key (LED)
Keys marked (LED) have an integrated LED that causes the key to light up.
[LINE IN] jack [L/MONO OUT] jack [R OUT] jack [PHONES] jack [VOLUME] control
VOLUME PHONES R
[MIDI IN] connector [FOOT SW] jack [DC IN] connector
MADE IN JAPAN
ON DC9V OFF
Names of controls and connectors on the top panel and rear panel are enclosed in angle brackets in this manual.
Connection to MIDI sequencer/computer MIDI interface For mono playback, connect only the [L/MONO] jack. Playback connection (mixer, audio system, boom box etc.) When wishing to synchronize the RT-123 with an external sequencer or to control operation of the RT-123 from an external MIDI component, link the MIDI OUT connector of the equipment with the [MIDI IN] connector on the RT-123.
Connection to multi-effect (ZOOM 503 etc.)
DC INPUT FS01
When a guitar or other instrument is connected to the RT-123, the sound from the instrument is mixed with the sound of the RT-123 and output from the [L] and [R] jacks.
Connecting the optional foot switch FS01 allows for example activating a sound or switching between two different sounds. Guitar, bass etc.
After connections are established, check the sound by performing the following steps.
While the playback system is still turned off and the volume is fully turned down, double-check whether all connections have been made correctly.
If cables are plugged in while power is turned on, or if the system is turned on with the volume control turned up, speaker damage may occur.
Turn power to the RT-123 on. POWER
ON 300mA DC9V OFF
Connect the supplied AC adapter to the [DC IN] connector and set the [POWER] switch to ON.
Turn power to the playback system on.
While tapping a pad to produce sound, adjust the [VOLUME] control of the RT-123 and the volume control on the playback system to a suitable position.
This Quick Guide shows how to operate your RT-123, using a few representative examples. Some of terms and concepts used in this manual are also explained here.
Quick Guide (1)
RT-123 comes with a demo song already built in. Hear for yourself what RT-123 can do.
Listening to the Demo
Connect RT-123 to the playback system and turn the power on. Press the [FUNCTION] key.
Verify that the LED of the [FUNCTION] key flashes.
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Press the [SONG] key.
The demo song starts. Sounds just like the backup of a live band, doesn't it? Note how effectively various drum, percussion, and bass sounds are combined. RT-123 can produce such a great variety of sounds with ease.
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Press the [PATTERN] key or [SONG] key.
Drum kits and bass programs
The backup sound provided by the RT-123 consists of up to two drum kits and one bass program. A drum kit is a collection of drum sounds including bass drum, snares, and tomtom, percussion sounds such as congas and bongos, and various other effect sounds. These are combined to create backing tracks for a wide range of music genres. The RT- 123 comes with 80 preprogrammed drum kits of which up to two can be used simultaneously. A bass program is a bass sound such as electric bass, acoustic bass, synthesizer bass, etc. 25 types of bass programs are available, of which one can be selected for playback.
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Press the [BASS MUTE] key once.
Press the key once more to turn the bass on again.
You can also shift the pitch of the entire bass track ( p. 24).
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Press the [STOP/EXIT ] ( ) key.
Quick Guide (4)
Using Groove Play
Groove play is a special feature of the RT-123 which lets you switch among various patterns simply by tapping the pads. This makes it easy to play with patterns like a DJ spinning records.
Turn the power on. Press the [SONG] key and [PATTERN] key together.
The [SONG] key LED and [PATTERN] key LED light up, and the RT-123 is in groove play mode.
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Push a pad.
While the pad is held down, the pattern assigned to that pad is played. Give it a try and check out which patterns are assigned to the various pads.
The pattern assigned to a pad can be changed ( p. 41).
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Press the [SONG] key or [PATTERN] key.
[PATTERN] key was pressed: RT-123 switches to pattern mode. [SONG] key was pressed: RT-123 switches to song mode.
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The pattern will continue to play also when the pad is released. This is useful for example to keep on playing a basic drum pattern. To stop the pattern, push the same pad once more.
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Hold the [REPEAT/STEP] key down while pushing the pad.
The RT-123 lets you not only play back existing patterns and songs, it also allows you to manually play the unit by tapping the pads. This section describes how to manually play the unit.
Playing by tapping the pads
The tempo set in pattern mode applies to all patterns. It cannot be changed for an individual pattern.
The RT-123 has 99 user pattern slots which can be filled with your own patterns. Creating and recording a pattern is possible in two ways: by actually playing the pattern on the pads (real-time recording), or by entering each sound individually (step recording). The procedure for real-time recording of a drum track and bass track is described below.
Real-time recording of a drum track
Real-time recording refers to the process of playing the pads while listening to a metronome sound and recording what you play. First, let's record drum tracks in real time.
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In pattern mode, select an empty user pattern (U01 - U99), and select a drum kit if desired.
When a pattern that contains nothing is selected, the display shows only "E".
You cannot record over a preset pattern.
Blank user pattern
Press the [FUNCTION] key and then pad 6 (QUANTIZE).
The display shows the current quantize setting. Quantization refers to the degree of detail with which notes are recorded. By setting the quantize value to the shortest note that you want to use for the pattern, recording can be carried out while automatically maintaining precise timing. You can also turn the quantize function off, to retain the human touch that is characterized by slightly irregular timing.
The [FUNCTION] key is used to make various settings for the RT-123. HINT For details, please refer to page 43.
Use the [VALUE +/-] keys to set the quantize value (shortest note to be recorded).
24 Sixteenth triplet note 32 Thirty-second note 48 Thirty-second triplet note Hi Quantize function off
4 Quarter note 8 Eighth note 12 Eighth triplet note 16 Sixteenth note
Press the [FUNCTION] key once more.
The new quantize value is set and the unit returns to the pattern mode.
After recording is completed, it is also possible to change the HINT quantize value and record again on the same track. For example, after recording bass drum and snare drum using quarter notes, you may want to record a hi-hat sequence with sixteenth notes.
Use the [VALUE +/-] keys to select an empty song number.
In song mode, the [VALUE +/-] keys serve to select a song. If an empty song was selected, the right side of the display shows "E".
Keeping a [VALUE +/-] key depressed changes numbers continuously. To change numbers quickly, hold one of the [VALUE +/-] keys depressed and press the other key. The numbers will change continuously.
The [REC] key LED lights up, indicating that the RT-123 is ready for song recording. The lower two digits of the display show the step number, and the upper two digits the pattern number selected for that step.
Currently selected Step number pattern number
Use the [VALUE +/-] keys to select the user pattern number to be assigned to the first step.
During song recording, the [VALUE +/-] keys select the user pattern to be assigned to the step. (Preset patterns cannot be selected.) The selected pattern number is shown by the upper two digits of the display.
Selected pattern Step number number
HINT the [PLAY] and [STOP/EXIT] keys to play it. While a pattern is
When wishing to hear the currently selected pattern, you can use
playing, you can also switch the step number back and forth to check the patterns in other steps.
To proceed to the next step, press the [REPEAT/STEP] key.
The lower two digits of the display show the second step, and the upper two digits show "EE" which indicates the end of the song. In this condition, you can select the pattern for the second step. If you wish to return to the previous step, hold down the [REPEAT/STEP] key and press the [VALUE -] key.
HINT [SONG] key and using the [VALUE +/-] keys.
You can move back and forth in the step numbers by holding down the
Repeat steps 4 - 5 to create the entire song.
HINT pattern selection, hold down the [REPEAT/STEP] key and use the
One song can have up to 99 steps (00 - 98) for patterns. To change a [VALUE -] key to return to the previous step.
To insert a pattern before the currently selected step, press the [INSERT/COPY] key and perform step 4.
A new step is inserted before the currently selected step, and subsequent steps are shifted one count up.
Pattern E Insert Pattern A Pattern B Pattern C Pattern D
To delete the currently selected step, press the [DELETE/ERASE] key.
The currently selected step is deleted, and subsequent steps are shifted one count down.
When one song is completed, press the [STOP/EXIT] key.
The [REC] key LED goes out, and song recording stops. The song position returns to step 1.
10 To listen to the song, press the [PLAY] key.
The [PLAY] key LED lights up and the song is played back. The [TEMPO] key LED flashes according to the tempo of the song. During playback, the upper two digits of the display show the current step number, and the lower two digits show the song number. Pressing the [PATTERN] key during playback causes the display to show the number of measures since the start of the song.
By performing step 2 during playback, you can switch to the HINT next song without stopping play. By pressing the [BASS MUTE] key during playback, the bass track can be muted. To restore the original condition, press the key once more.
Measure count from start of song (125 in this example)
To insert a rest in a song, first create a "rest pattern" in pattern mode and then select this pattern for the desired step in song mode. Note that if an empty pattern is selected as a song step, song playback will stop at this step. To create a rest pattern, select an empty pattern in pattern mode and press the [REC] key. The BASS KEY (bass track only), MIX, TIME SIG, BAR LENGTH, and drum kit/bass program settings active at this point will be stored.
11 Press the [STOP/EXIT] key when wishing to terminate playback.
The LED goes out and the song returns to the start position. By pressing the [PLAY] key again, you can start playback of the song again from the beginning.
Pressing the [PLAY] key instead of the [STOP/EXIT] key causes
HINT the PAUSE LED to flash, and playback is paused. To resume
playback from the same point, press the [PLAY] key once more.
Also during playback of a song, you can use the pads for manual play.
a song from half-way, hold the [SONG] key 12 To play select the step while the song is stopped. down and use the [VALUE +/-] keys to
With each push of the [VALUE +] key, the step number shown on the display will advance by one increment. With each push of the [VALUE -] key, the step number shown on the display will decrease by one increment. Pressing the [PLAY] key in this condition will start playback from the selected step.
Setting the pattern resolution (QUANTIZE)
Setting Range: 4, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32, 48, Hi (Default value: 16)
Sets the quantize value (shortest note) for the pattern. The quantize setting affects the following four functions: Shortest note for real-time recording Shortest note for step recording Sound interval when [REPEAT/STEP] key is used together with pad for continuous repetition Pad push/release detection timing during groove play The following 8 settings are available for the quantize value.
4..Quarter note 8..Eighth note 12..Eighth triplet note 16..Sixteenth note 24.Sixteenth triplet note 32.Thirty-second note 48..Thirty-second triplet note Hi.Quantize function off
During step recording: 1 tick (1/96 quarter note)
Even when the quantize value is set to Hi, the [REPEAT/STEP] key interval is a thirty-second note. The quantize value cannot be set separately for each track.
Setting the metronome volume level (CLICK VOL)
Setting Range: 0 - 99 (Default value: 70)
The volume level of the metronome click sound heard during real-time recording can be adjusted with the [VALUE +/-] keys. This setting applies to all patterns.
Setting the number of measures for a pattern (BAR LENGTH)
Setting Range: 1 - 99 Sets the length of the pattern in the range from 1 - 99 measures. Changing the length of an already recorded pattern is also possible, but the recorded sound will change as follows. Proceed with care, especially when making the number of measures smaller.
s Making the number of measures larger Blank measures are added to the end of the pattern. s Making the number of measures smaller The excess measures at the end of the pattern are cut off. Once the [FUNCTION] key is pressed to accept the setting, it will not be possible to restore the cut-off measures.
The RT-123 stores this setting for each pattern individually when the [FUNCTION] key is pressed once more to terminate the mode.
Selecting the foot switch function (FOOT SW)
This section describes how to set the function of a foot switch (FS01) connected to the [FOOT SW] jack on the rear panel. The setting is made by pressing the [FUNCTION] key followed by pad 9 (FOOT SW) and then the respective pad or key.
Setting the playback swing amount (SWING)
Setting Range: 50 - 75 (Default value: 50)
This setting controls the swing amount (rhythm flourish). Higher values result in more pronounced swing. This item influences only the playback timing of the pattern. It does not affect the recorded data of the pattern.
Setting the pad sensitivity (PAD SENS)
Setting Range: Ehrd, HArd, norM, LItE, Loud, MEd, Soft The [VALUE +/-] keys are used to set the pad sensitivity. The following 7 settings are available. Soft (Fixed Soft): Gives a soft sound regardless of the tapping intensity. MEd (Fixed Medium): Gives a medium sound regardless of the tapping intensity. Loud (Fixed Loud): Gives a loud sound regardless of the tapping intensity. LItE (Light): This setting gives the highest sensitivity. norM (Normal): This setting gives medium sensitivity. HArd (Hard): This setting gives low sensitivity. Ehrd (Extra Hard): This setting gives the lowest sensitivity. To achieve a loud sound, the pads must be hit very hard. (Default value: norM)
Setting the playback timing shift (SHIFT)
Setting Range: -192 to +192 (Default value: 0)
Shifts the playback timing of a specific track in the currently selected pattern back or forth in 1-tick units (1/96 of a quarter note). The maximum shift is 2 measures.
s When set to a negative value (-) The playback timing of the selected track is shifted forward. The pattern shifted forward is deleted. s When set to a positive value (+) The playback timing of the selected track is shifted backwards. The pattern shifted backwards is deleted.
Proceed with care, because once the [FUNCTION] key is used to terminate the setting, it cannot be undone.
Setting MIDI input on/off (MIDI)
Setting Range: Int, Midi (Default value: Int)
When this item is set to "Midi", the RT-123 can receive the following MIDI messages from external components. MIDI clock Start Stop Continue Song select
When this item is set to "Midi", real-time recording is not possible.
The [FUNCTION] key LED flashes.
Playback of the demo song starts. The demo continues to play until it is stopped by the user.
To stop the demo, press the [SONG] key or [PATTERN] key.
The RT-123 goes into song mode if the [SONG] key is pressed, and into pattern mode if the [PATTERN] key is pressed.
Clearing all user patterns
The [FUNCTION] key LED flashes. RT-123 Application Examples
The indications "dEL" and "ALL" appear alternately on the display.
To carry out the operation, press the [DELETE/ERASE] key once more. To cancel the operation, press the [STOP/EXIT] key.
When the [DELETE/ERASE] key is pressed, all user patterns U01 - U99 will become blank
Check the following items first if there seems to be a problem with the RT-123.
Connect AC adapter as described in "Getting Connected" (page 7). Use only the supplied AC adapter. Make connections as described in "Getting Connected" (page 7). Try using another cable. Check the system and make sure that the volume level is adjusted properly. Set [VOLUME] control to a suitable position.
Is supplied AC adapter connected properly? Is [OUTPUT] jack connected correctly to the playback system?
No sound or very low volume.
Is there a problem with the shielded cable? Is the connected playback system operating normally? Is volume of RT-123 set correctly?
Sound is distorted or intermittent.
Is output level of RT-123 set too high? Is RT-123 set to mode other than song mode? Is memory capacity limit reached?
Set [VOLUME] control of RT-123 to a suitable position.
Activate song mode (page 34).
Song cannot be recorded.
Delete unneeded patterns and songs.
Is FS01 connected correctly to [FOOT SW] jack?
Make connections as described in "Getting Connected" (page 7). Use [FUNCTION] key and pad 9 (FOOT SW) to select function ( p. 47).
FS01 has no effect.
Is desired function of FS01 activated?
Simultaneous playback with MIDI components is not possible.
Is the MIDI receive function set to ON?
Use the [FUNCTION] key and pad 13 (MIDI) to change the setting from "Int" (MIDI clock receive disabled) to "Midi" (MIDI clock receive enabled).
Drum Kits: Bass Programs: Rhythm Patterns: Songs: Maximum Notes: 80 (Including Percussion, SFX kit) 25 Preset; 297/User; 10,000 notes
Maximum Polyphony: 30 voices Resolution: Tempo: Pads: Control: Display: Input: Outputs: 96 PPQN 40 to 250 BPM 13 with Velocity Sensitivity MIDI in, Control in for FS01 4-digit, 7-segment LED Line; 1/4" jack (Mono)X 1, Impedance 33k Line (L/Mono, R); 1/4" jack (Mono)X 2, Impedance 2.2k or less Phones; 1/4" jack (Stereo)X 1, Output Power 50mW into 32 9V DC/300mA (from supplied AC adaptor AD-0006) 196(W) X 158(D) X 35(H)mm 550g Footswitch FS01
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A01 A02 A03 A04 A05 A06 A07 A08 A09 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 A36 A37 A38 A39 A40 A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46 A47 A48 A49 A50 A51 A52 A53 A54 A55 A56 A57 A58
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Hi Percussion Techno Beat Rap/HipHop 3 Rap/HipHop 5 Drum Skins Percussion/SFX Hi Percussion Percussion/SFX Percussion/SFX -----------------Single Percussion Standard Funk Trap Hi Percussion Funk Trap 3 Standard Modern Rap/HipHop 3 Rap/HipHop 3 Rap/HipHop 4 Various Percussion 3 Clicks and Sticks Various Percussion 3 Hi Percussion -----------------Hi Percussion Various Percussion 5 Standard 3 Various Percussion 2 Percussion/SFX Clicks and Sticks Various Percussion 5 Techno Beat Clicks and Sticks Clicks and Sticks Techno Beat 1 Techno Beat 5 Techno Beat 5 Techno Beat 2 Clicks and Sticks Clicks and Sticks Techno Beat Rap/HipHop 2 Clicks and Sticks Clicks and Sticks Percussion/SFX Techno Beat 3 Hi Percussion Percussion/SFX Rap/HipHop 2 Rap/HipHop 2 Rap/HipHop Kick and Snare 1 General Drum 7 Hi Percussion Techno Beat Standard Drum Skins Techno Beat 1 Standard 1 Techno Beat 1
Ballad Bass Ballad Bass Ballad Bass Lo Sine Digital Acoustic Lo Sine Techno Bass Lo Sine Analog Touch Analog Touch Analog Touch Analog Touch Acoustic Bass Acoustic Bass Techno Bass Techno Bass Ballad Bass Ballad Bass Analog Touch Analog Touch Techno Bass Funk Bass Lo Sine Lo Sine Lo Sine SubSlap Bass Techno Bass Analog Touch Lo Sine Techno Analog Lo Sine Techno Bass Techno Bass Synth Bass Lo Sine Saw Wave Analog Touch Analog Touch Techno Bass Lo Sine Lo Sine Analog Touch Lo Sine Lo Sine Lo Sine Lo Sine Analog Touch Hi Sine Analog Touch Epic Bass Lo Sine Lo Sine Acoustic Bass Lo Sine Lo Sine Lo Sine Lo Sine Lo Sine Acoustic Bass Acoustic Jazz Digital Acoustic
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Rap/HipHop 1 General Drum 7 Modern 2 Rap/HipHop 1 General Drum 9 Rap/HipHop 3 Rap/HipHop 2 Hi Percussion Modern 2 General Drum 7 Modern 5 Effected Drum Studio General Drum 6 Rap/HipHop 2 Rap/HipHop 2 Rap/HipHop Rap/HipHop Ballad Standard 2 Ballad Live Rock Ballad Standard 2 Standard Live Rock 4 Epic Rock 1 Funk Trap Standard 4 Funk Trap Live Rock Funk Trap Standard 5 Ballad 1 Standard 1 Studio Hi Percussion Studio Live Rock 5 Standard 4 Studio 2 Standard General Drum 9 Standard 1 Standard Funk Trap Funk Trap Funk Trap Standard Funk Trap Standard 4 Funk Trap Live Rock Funk Trap 2 Standard 4 Funk Trap 1 Standard Standard 2 Funk Trap Funk Trap Funk Trap 1
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ZOOM RhythmTrak RT-123 1.TRANSMITTED DATA NONE.
2.RECOGNIZED DATA 1) CHANNEL VOICE MESSAGES STATUS 1000 nnnn SECOND 0kkk kkkk THIRD 0vvv vvvv DESCRIOTION NOTE OFF (See NOTE 1)
kkk kkkk : Note No. vvv vvvv : Note Off Velocity (ignored) 1001 nnnn 0kkk kkkk NOTE OFF (See NOTE 1)
kkk kkkk : Note No. 1001 nnnn 0kkk kkkk 0vvv vvvv NOTE ON (See NOTE 1)
kkk kkkk : Note No. vvv vvvv : Note On Velocity (not 0) 1011 nnnn 0ccc cccc 0vvv vvvv CONTROL CHANGE ccc cccc : Control No. Volume Panpot (See NOTE 3)
vvv vvvv : Control Value 1100 nnnn 0ppp pppp PROGRAM CHANGE ppp pppp : Program Number (See NOTE 2) 1110 nnnn 0vvv vvvv 0vvv vvvv PITCH BENDER CHANGE (See NOTE 3) vvv vvvv vvv vvvv Pitch Bend Value
NOTE: nnnn = MIDI Channel Number ( 0000 - 1111 ) 1. Note Off Messages on Drum Channel(s) will be ignored. 2. Relationship between Program Numbers and Kit Numbers are assigned as described in Drum Kits/Bass Program List. 3. Pitch Bend values will be used only MS7bits. Pitch Bending will be effected continuously only on Bass Channel. Panpot Controller will also be effected only on Bass Channel.
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