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I understand that the DTX 452 allows recording of own playing, and then re-hearing the same. The question is whether the recorded audio data can be exported to any USB or SD card?
Sunday, August 12 2018, 01:08 PM
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    David
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    Sunday, August 12 2018, 03:22 PM - #Permalink
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    Not to SD or USB, but to an attached computer, phone or tablet,

    When recording with just the DTX you're recording MIDI data, not audio.

    What are you trying to achieve?
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    Monday, August 13 2018, 01:56 PM - #Permalink
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    Hello David, Thanks for replying,

    Basically, it means that I need to connect the module to a DAW in the computer and then I would be able to capture the audio data on performance?

    A big put off is also the fact that any tweaking to the existing sounds would mean connecting an android phone and tinkering an app??
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    Tuesday, August 14 2018, 04:23 PM - #Permalink
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    Hi Hary,

    Actually, the unique thing of the 402 series is that it actual streams audio out the back end, which is all in stereo.

    You can capture your performance through the following:

    1-Rec 'N' Share App- which is a free App you can download on your smart device and plug into the 402 module with a USB A-B cable, "basically a printer cable," along with a camera connetion kit. "A lot of versions exist out there." Right now this App is only compatible with Apple Products.

    2-Plug directly into any DAW, and you can bounce it directly out as an audio wave or mp3 file

    The 402 Series doesn't have a USB port where you can record directly to a stick.

    Let me know if you have anymore questions Hary, happy drumming!
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    Also, you can customize your 402 kit sounds with both Android and Apple devices! Its a ton of fun by the way....here's a link that shows you some of the options the 402 has in regards to customizing your 402 kit.


    https://youtu.be/UR-MmDEQjNc
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    Wednesday, August 15 2018, 05:44 PM - #Permalink
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    Hello Jordan,
    Thanks for replying and I have also checked the Youtube link. The DAW route should work fine for me.
    Just a couple of questions please - What are the additional features of 452K as compared to the 402K model? and, When is the 452K to be available in India?
    Regards,
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    Hary,

    The differences between the 402K and the 452K are....

    402K: Has two silent pedals"beaterless" and a single zone pad.

    452K: Has a KP65 Kick Tower, and a 3 zone snare pad "Rim, Snare, Rim Shot." Cool thing with the 452K is that you can remove the 3 zone pad and plug it into the back of the KP65 and use it as an additional sound source, then plug in an XP80 3 zone pad which is the silicone pad type that comes standard equipped with the 502 Series.

    The modules are no different however.

    Not entirely sure when India will have them but I have asked and am waiting a response. I'll let you know as soon as I find out.

    Reach out anytime with questions Hary, thanks!


    Best,


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    Sunday, August 18 2019, 06:09 AM - #Permalink
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    And what about saving the recorded MIDI media from the Control Module, how can we save it to USB or capture the midi media. Thanks
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    Sunday, August 18 2019, 02:13 PM - #Permalink
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    Peter Philip wrote:

    And what about saving the recorded MIDI media from the Control Module, how can we save it to USB or capture the midi media. Thanks


    As suggested above use a DAW on a computer

    Cakewalk is now free, for example.
    https://www.bandlab.com/products/cakewalk
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