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Old 06-01-2011, 10:14 PM
nielow nielow is offline
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Default Midify drum section of Casiotone 6000

I plan to add an additional MIDI-IN to my CT 6000 for controlling the nice drum sound section via MIDI. First question would be if anyone did this already. If not, I will use this thread to post my findings and hopefully get some help in finding the correct kit.

The only thing I can tell for now is that the drum section appearently supports playing those sounds with dynamic velocity somehow.

Possibly the MD24 will fit my needs. If it does, maybe I could also implement some program change functionality, which is also a lacking feature of the keyboard.

The MPA would also be cool because I could hook up the poti outputs to some trim potis on the drum section PCB I discovered when I cleaned the keyboard some time ago.

Or both.
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Old 06-06-2011, 02:03 PM
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Hi Nielow, welcome.

I don't have experience with this keyboard model, but look forward to seeing what you find out. If you have some specific questions as you go, I'll do my best to help out.
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:05 PM
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Nielow, please post some follow-ups with your progress! I love the drum sounds on the CT6000... It's almost like a 909, but different enough to be... different I poked around mine a little but it seemed easier to sample than mod. If you have some breakthroughs though, obviously sampling is never as good as the real thing.

Thanks!
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