roland boutique TR-09 (digital clon of roland)
-6 hi-hat open
-6 crash cymbal
-6 rim cymbal
-4 open->close high hat combinations
-4 close->open high hat combinations
Sample Listing Notation
The 909 affords nearly an infinite number of instrument settings. In
order to make the "infinite" possible, I used a standard system for
recording each instrument's possible settings. Each instrument setting
knob on the 909 has 10 decants. I chose to use the 0, 3, 7 and 10
settings on each knob to create most instrument variations. The sample
listings use the letter "a" to represent 10 (think of 'a' as meaning
'a'll the way). The high hat and cymbal samples use settings of 0, 2, 4,
6, 8, and 10 for the variations.
So, for example, when I recorded the bass drum I used the four chosen
decants on three knob settings to create 24 bass drum variations.
For the bass drum and snare drum I eliminated a few settings to reduce
"sonic redundancy". In the case of the bass drum I only used the
0 and 10 ('a') settings on the attack. For the snare drum I did not
vary the tone control while the 'snappy' setting was at 0.
Instrument (first letter) Settings (in order) Directory
b bass drum t=tune, a=attack, d=decay \bassdm
s snare drum t=tune, t=tone, s=snappy \snaredm
l low tom t=tune, d=decay \lowtomdm
m mid tom t=tune, d=decay \midtomdm
h high tom t=tune, d=decay \hitomdm
rim rimshot #=velocity level \rimshot
hand handclap #=velocity level \handclap
hhc closed high hat d=decay \closedhh
hho open high hat d=decay \openhh
csh crash cymbal t=tune \crshcym
ride ride cymbal t=tune \ridecym
clop closed->open hh #=combination number \misc
opcl open->closed hh #=combination number \misc
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This cames from Hyperreal TR-909.