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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Fongor a professional user from France writes:
Does anyone knows wich parameter to enter in a pad so when I hit it, it sends a midi message that makes a sampler or any midi device connected to the spd 20 goes from song #1 to song #2 etc...


Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-23-2004 at 15:44
andy a professional user from usa writes:
great unit in general, but i'm having trouble getting a good signal from my pd7 pad i'm using to trigger hihat sounds. the level on the pd7 is turned up all the way, so the only way to remedy the situation is to turn down the level on the all the pads on the spd 20 unit itself. does anybody have an alternate way to fix this problem?

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-21-2004 at 21:22
I^m not proffesional musicien,i like spd 20,i`m student of percussion and marimba, I play in "Divertido" group,we play salsa,cumbia,chunchaca music,etc;my set-percussion is:two congas drums,3 cascabells,tambourine,rain stick,chimes LP,very sonajas, i haven`t spd 20,sorry my enghlis.I`m compouser of music of contemporary dance.i wlil be can play spd 20.similar timbales drums and others instruments. vay my friends.

posted Friday-May-03-2002 at 15:20

posted Monday-Mar-25-2002 at 17:28
Steve Poor a hobbyist user from Portland, OR writes:
A very wonderful-sounding unit. I've owned an SPD-8 for years, so moving up to the SPD-20 was a natural progression. I use the SPD20 in conjunction with my Pintech/Roland TD-8 kit, using both the onboard sounds and as a midi trigger for the TD-8. Complaints? Using the SPD-20 as a sound module for the SPD-8 isn't really...useful. You can't MIDI trigger sounds unless they're already assigned to the SPD-20 pads. Not really my idea of a flexible setup. And no MIDI Thru? Another blow to the flexibility of the unit.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-24-2001 at 00:26
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