Installing these kits will overwrite kits 1-10 on your TD-6, so make sure if you have something on those slots you want, copy them to other memory slots, or backup your existing patches with MIDI-OX before installing the kits.
These kits are configured as follows:
Ports used: Kick, Snare, Tom 2, Tom 3 (tom 1 unused), hit hat/pedal, Crash 1, Ride/Crash 2 (both used for 3 zone ride). All drums are configured as single zone, crash is dual zone, and ride is 3 zone (using ride and crash 2 inputs). Tom 1 input is unused.
Came across this awesome video on youtube of Tony Royster Jr. playing a drum solo on a set of Roland V-Drums. What I really liked about this is the melodic aspect of the first half. I think this is something a lot of drummers don’t consider when thinking of the possibilities of an electronic drum set.
Electronic drums are essentially synthesizers but instead of a keyboard, you have a drum set to interface with them. Most people still don’t utilize them to their fullest potential. This video is a step in the right direction though.