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Roland TD-50 Sound Module with drum-tec Sound Edition
With the new TD-50 flagship module, which comes in above the TD-30 to establish a new generation of V-Drum modules, Roland introduces a number of groundbreaking innovations:
- a new era of electronic drum pads, the Roland Digital Pads with the new Multi Element Sensor System
- a new league of acoustic drum sounds thanks to the new Prismatic Sound Modeling
- create a whole new world of Roland drum sounds with the new V-Edit sound layering possibilities
- the new sound routing made possible by integrating the new 10 channel USB audio-in combined with the conventional routing options allows the TD-50 to become the recording, stage and jam session headquarters!
We ship the TD-50 with the newest software update installed and all new and updated Roland kits!
Roland TD-50 with flight case offer!
- Securely transport your TD-50 sound module
- Suitable for your TD-50 module, incl. mounted mounting plate
- Space for manual and power cord
The new TD-50 module case is a must for musicians, who often have to transport their sound module. This case offers perfect protection for the Roland TD-50 sound module. Due to the inner shape, your module can be placed into this case, even when the mounting plate is assembled. Further you will find place for the manual and the power cord.
The sound and advanced V-Edit system of the Roland TD-50 module:
The internal drum sound storage capacity of the TD-50 is three times as big as the capacity of its little brother, the TD-30. Meanwhile, the sound library of over a thousand drum samples in the TD-30 was reduced to 400 much more refined sounds in the TD-50, already indicating the vastly improved technical detail and added playing dynamics.
To enter into this new world of sound 70% of all instrument samples have been newly recorded in the hottest high-end studios in the UK, the USA and Australia on flagship drums from Gretsch, Sonor, Tama, Pearl, DW and even some exotics. Each sample was recorded in hundreds of layers (dynamics from quiet to loud and positions from rim to middle). Most of the cymbals were also recorded anew in all nuances from a great range of Paiste cymbals.
The side of the Roland TD-50 features a card reader that supports SD and SD-HC (up to 32GB) cards which can be used to add even more samples to the TD-50. What is excitingly special is that the drummer is able to layer those samples with the on-board samples! These sound options can be dynamically combined by a vast variety of splitting and layering points to be further refined in the signal processor (V-Drum Edit) and post-processed as one sound with effects, compression, EQ and more. Those editing options create a new realm of drum and effects combinations. Additional user modes benefit from 64MB internal storage.
The redesigned V-Drum Edit provides the TD-50 drummer with newly developed sound modulations. Amongst other things it features extended editing options for transient states and peak levels of drum sounds and editing options for changing the thickness of the cymbal material for a more saturated sound. By way of doing this you can for example manipulate an 18" cymbal sound from paper-thin to thick and juicy.
The audio and trigger connectors of the Roland TD-50 sound module:
A noticeable addition to the TD-50 are the three USB connectors on the rear of the module for the use with the new Digital Pad generation. Those specific ports are for the use with Digital Pads only which have to be used in an either/or fashion: When you connect for example a PD-140DS snare pad to the digital trigger-in the conventional trigger-in for the snare turns off. All three digital-ins can be mapped any which way, so you could add three snare pads or three cymbals, or a mix just as you wish.
Once you assign a snare pad the module automatically registers the X-Stick (cross stick) behavior for this input. Since you can assign any TD-50 sound to a digital trigger-in the use of digital pads does not even diminish the range of sounds but rather opens up further capabilities of the triggering engine.
Another remarkable feature are the enhanced dynamical steps of the digital trigger-ins: The sensitivity exceeds the conventional 127 MIDI steps and introduces 32 additional steps for a finer recognition of gradual changes and peak levels.
Yet another heavyweight feature of the Roland flagship module is the USB port, which may receive up to 10 separate signals from the module and can insert 4 additional signals. The digital signal output supports sample rates of 22 / 44 / 48 and even 96 Hz and also provides MIDI transmission.
The TD-50 offers 8 analog direct outputs which can be sent directly to the mixing console without the need of a DI unit thanks to symmetrical signals. Additionally, there are two(!) pair of master outputs - one symmetrical and one asymmetrical.
The front of the module features two headphones jacks, each providing a higher output volume than the TD-30 module. Also included is the usual MIDI Trio and an input for external audio.
Additional TD-50 features:
The hot-spot was greatly reduced thanks to the new signal-processing even with analog pads. Both the display and the button LED can now change color. Since the outer dimensions of the TD-50 match those of the TD-30 it will also fit the drum-tec flight-case. To further simplify the editing options and optimally leverage all its features Roland is planning on releasing additional editing software.
The key difference between the TD-30 and Roland's new TD-50 series lies in all the great new features this module brings to the e-drum game upon its release in September of 2016. In short: ++ even more realistic sounding acoustic drum sounds ++ entry into the new generation of Roland Digital Pads ++ extended signal routing ++
Technical Features Roland TD-50 Drum Sound Module:
- drum kits 100
- instruments: More than 400
- display: graphic LCD 256 x 80 dots + trigger activity indicator (LED)
- faders: 8 faders - kick, snare, toms, hi-hat, crash, ride, AUX, ambience
- external memory: SD card (SDHC supported)
- 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
- 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
- recording method: realtime
- maximum note storage: approx. 40,000 notes
- export file format: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16 bits), SMF
- trigger in jack x 14: 1/4-inch TRS phone type (exclusion use with digital pad)
- digital trigger in port x 3: USB A-type
- master out (unbalanced) jacks (L/MONO, R): 1/4-inch phone type
- master out (balanced) jacks (L, R): XLR type, balanced
- direct out (balanced) jack x 8: 1/4-inch TRS phone type, balanced
- phones jack x 2: Stereo 1/4-inch phone type, stereo miniature phone type
- mix in jack x 2: stereo 1/4-inch 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: 1/4-inch TRS phone type
- AC IN jack
- USB audio record/playback channels
Size and Weight:
- width: 330 mm
- depth: 255 mm
- height: 118 mm
- weight: 3,3 kg
Top E-Drum Modul
Nach dem ich als TD25 User viele verschiedene Module u.a. TD30 / Yamaha DTX 900 / 2box drumIt / Alesis Pro / Pearl Mimic Pro angetestet und unter die Lupe genommen habe, habe ich mich jetzt für das TD50 entschieden und bin begeistert von den Möglichkeiten.
Die Werksounds sind jetzt schon besser geworden als noch Anfang 2017, erfordern aber trotzdem noch viel Feintuning. Die Live-Sound-Edition von drumtec hilft hier schon ordentlich weiter, besonders die Snares kann ich gut einsetzen. Mit dem Sampling aus meiner DAW habe ich hier tolle Optionen. Qualitativ ist das Modul wie ich dies als treuer Roland-User seit vielen Jahren kenne zwar teuer aber auch sehr hochwertig. ( Für wenig Geld bekommt man halt nicht diese Qualität! )
Die Klangqualität ist TOP, egal ob über PA, Monitor oder InEar-Monitoring.
Auch das genau für das Modul angepasste Flight Case macht einen sehr stabilen Eindruck und für so ein Profigerät absolut Sinn!!!
So gehe jetzt wieder ans Modul zum Spielen...
Arbeit aber auch Freude pur. :-)))
Erwarte demnächst von Roland noch eine digitale HiHat (VH14?)