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DRUM SOUND MODULE PRESETS

Here you can download a specific preset for your drum sound module. Make sure you are using the latest software updates for your module.

Please note that we will be continually updating and adding to the preset list.

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INTRODUCTION

FIELD electronic cymbals and drums produce no sound themselves and require an external sound module in order to produce sounds. FIELD electronic drums and cymbals can  be used to trigger unlimited MIDI instruments or devices by using a “Trigger to MIDI” interface.
FIELD electronic drum and cymbal triggers are uniquely designed to be plug and play compatible with the wide range of sound modules available on the market today that recognize piezo triggers including sound modules made by manufacturers such as: Roland™, Yamaha™, Alesis™, Pearl™, D-Drum™, and Nord™.
FIELD electronic drums and cymbals are designed to be used with standard pedals, sticks, brushes, mallets, and mountable on any standard drum stands, cymbal stands, drum racks, or mounting arms.  FIELD cymbals should be mounted using  standard cymbal stands, mounts, and felt washers.  FIELD drums come standard for use with L-Rod mounts on stands and drum racks.
Cables are needed to connect FIELD electronic drums and cymbals to a sound module or “Trigger to MIDI” interface.   “Right angle” (1/4″) quarter inch TRS cables are recommended.
NOTE:  12-inch Splash Cymbals and 16″ China cymbals can only be connected using “Right Angle” (1/4″) quarter inch TRS plugs due to the shape of the cymbals.

QUICK SETUP

Setup necessary drum stands, cymbal stands, and pedals.
Place the drum or cymbal onto your stand or mount.
Insert a RIGHT ANGLE 1/4″ TRS plug into the trigger output jack on the side of the drum or underside of the cymbal.
Connect the other end of the cable to your drum module.
Turn on your sound module and use the default settings.
Plug headphones or speakers
Play!!!  Have Fun!
Depending on your playing style, you may need to change your sound modules default settings to better respond to your playing style.  Refer to your sound modules owners manual for instructions on how to change your trigger settings.  *Common settings to adjust are Sensitivity, Threshold, and Cross-Talk.  See your drum modules owners manual for more information.

CYMBAL MOUNTING

FIELD electronic cymbals and drums produce no sound themselves and require an external sound module in order to produce sounds. FIELD electronic drums and cymbals can  be used to trigger unlimited MIDI instruments or devices by using a “Trigger to MIDI” interface.

FIELD electronic drum and cymbal triggers are uniquely designed to be plug and play compatible with the wide range of sound modules available on the market today that recognize piezo triggers including sound modules made by manufacturers such as: Roland™, Yamaha™, Alesis™, Pearl™, D-Drum™, and Nord™.

FIELD electronic drums and cymbals are designed to be used with standard pedals, sticks, brushes, mallets, and mountable on any standard drum stands, cymbal stands, drum racks, or mounting arms.  FIELD cymbals should be mounted using  standard cymbal stands, mounts, and felt washers.  FIELD drums come standard for use with L-Rod mounts on stands and drum racks.

Cables are needed to connect FIELD electronic drums and cymbals to a sound module or “Trigger to MIDI” interface.   “Right angle” (1/4″) quarter inch TRS cables are recommended.

NOTE:  12-inch Splash Cymbals and 16″ China cymbals can only be connected using “Right Angle” (1/4″) quarter inch TRS plugs due to the shape of the cymbals.

DRUM MOUNTING

Setup necessary drum stands, cymbal stands,  and pedals.
Place the drum or cymbal onto your stand or mount.
Insert a RIGHT ANGLE 1/4″ TRS plug into the trigger output jack on the side of the drum or underside of the cymbal.
Connect the other end of the cable to your drum module.
Turn on your sound module and use the default settings.
Plug headphones or speakers
Play!!!  Have Fun!
Depending on your playing style, you may need to change your sound modules default settings to better respond to your playing style.  Refer to your sound modules owners manual for instructions on how to change your trigger settings.  *Common settings to adjust are Sensitivity, Threshold, and Cross-Talk.  See your drum modules owners manual for more information.

HI-HAT SETUP

Video instruction for setting-up the hi-hat with a drum module. 

CRASH SETUP

Video instruction for setting-up the crash cymbal with a drum module. 

RIDE SETUP

Video instruction for setting-up the ride cymbal with a drum module.

REFERENCE MANUAL


• Set Up and Adjustments

• Hi-Hat

• 2 Zone Cymbals

• 3 Zone Cymbals

• Drum Set Up

• FAQ

CONNECTIONS and SETTINGS

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