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DTX402K DTX432K DTX452K

MIDI Reference

ELECTRONIC DRUM KIT

This MIDI Reference will prove useful when transferring MIDI data between the drum module that came with your DTX402K, DTX432K, or DTX452K electronic drum set and a computer after they have been connected with a USB cable.

Details on how to connect your drum module and computer with a USB cable can be found in the Connecting to a Computer section of your DTX402K, DTX432K, or DTX452K Owners Manual.

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MIDI Note Numbers Assigned to Pads

The following table shows the default note numbers used by your drum module to output MIDI notes when the various pads are struck.

*1 Separate MIDI notes are output for open and closed rim shots only when using a TP70S Snare Pad. *2 These MIDI notes are output only when a pad connected via the [PADsIN] jack on a KP65 Kick Pad is struck.

You can modify the note number assignments shown above. Details on how to do so can be found in the Note Number section of your DTX402K, DTX432K, or DTX452K Owners Manual.

Note assignment

Name Number (decimal)

Snare *1

Head shots D1 38

Open rim shots (Rim 1) E1 40

Closed rim shots (Rim 2) C#1 37

Toms

First tom pad C2 48

Second tom pad B1 47

Third tom pad G1 43

Ride cymbal D#2 51

Crash cymbal C#2 49

Hi-hats

Open A#1 46

Closed F#1 42

Foot close G#1 44

Splash B4 83

Kick C1 36

Pad *2 A2 57

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MIDI Data Format

1 General 1.1 Scope

The specifications described herein apply to transmission and recep- tion of MIDI data by a DTX402K, DTX432K, or DTX452K drum mod- ule.

1.2 Compliance The specifications described herein comply with the MIDI 1.0 stan-

dard.

1.3 Legend The following symbol has a special meaning herein. $: Placed in front of hexadecimal numbers.

2 Channel Messages 2.1 Key On & Key Off

Key On and Key Off messages are transmitted and received. Range of notes received: 0 (C-2) to 127 (G8) Velocity range: 1 to 127 (i.e., Note On only)

2.2 Control Change 2.2.1 Bank Select MSB (0), LSB (32)

Bank Select MSB and LSB messages are received but not trans- mitted.

2.2.2 Modulation (1) Modulation messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.3 Foot Controller (4) Foot Controller messages are transmitted but not received.

2.2.4 Portamento Time (5) Portamento Time messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.5 Data Entry MSB (6), LSB (38) Data Entry messages are received but not transmitted. These messages are used to specify RPN data.

2.2.6 Main Volume (7) Main Volume messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.7 Pan (10) Pan messages are received but not transmitted. A value of 0 cor- responds to the far left of the stereo image; a value of 127, to the far right.

2.2.8 Expression (11) Expression messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.9 Hold 1 (64) Hold 1 messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.10 Portamento Switch (65) Portamento Switch messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.11 Sostenuto (66) Sostenuto messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.12 Harmonic Content (71) Harmonic Content messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.13 EG Release Time (72) EG Release Time messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.14 EG Attack Time (73) EG Attack Time messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.15 Brightness (74) Brightness messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.16 Effect 1 Depth (91) Effect 1 Depth messages are received but not transmitted. The message value corresponds to the Reverb Send level.

2.2.17 Effect 3 Depth (93) Effect 3 Depth messages are received but not transmitted. The message value corresponds to the Chorus Send level.

2.2.18 Data Increment (96), Decrement (97) Data Increment and Decrement messages are received but not transmitted.

2.2.19 RPN (100, 101) $00/$00 Pitch bend sensitivity: Received but not transmitted.

$00/$01 Fine tuning: Received but not transmitted. Has no effect on drum parts.

$00/$02 Coarse tuning: Received but not transmitted. Has no effect on drum parts.

$7f/$7f NULL: Received but not transmitted.

2.3 Channel Mode All types of Channel Mode message are received, but none are trans- mitted.

2.3.1 All Sound Off (120) Upon receipt of an All Sound Off message, the drum module mutes all voices currently playing on the corresponding channel.

2.3.2 Reset All Controllers (121) Upon receipt of a Reset All Controllers message, the drum mod- ule resets the following controllers to their initial values: Pitch Bend, Modulation, Expression, Hold 1, Sostenuto, and RPN number.

2.3.3 All Note Off (123) Upon receipt of an All Note Off message, the drum module mutes all notes currently playing on the corresponding channel. If Hold 1 or Sostenuto is turned on, however, muting will not take place until said controller is turned off.

2.3.4 Omni Off (124) Upon receipt of an Omni Off message, the drum module acts in the same way as if an All Notes Off message had been received.

MSB LSB MIDI Channel Program Change Number

0 any other than 10 Selects the corresponding GM Normal Voice.

127 any 116 Selects the same GM Drum Kit Voice regardless of the Program Number.

125 1 116

Selects the Voice that corre- sponds to the Music Cate- gory or Kit (with factory default sounds).

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2.3.5 Omni On (125) Upon receipt of an Omni On message, the drum module acts in the same way as if an All Notes Off message had been received.

2.3.6 Mono (126) Upon receipt of a Mono message, the drum module acts in the same way as if an All Sound Off message had been received.

2.3.7 Poly (127) Upon receipt of a Poly message, the drum module acts in the same way as if an All Sound Off message had been received.

2.4 Program Change Program Change messages are received but not transmitted.

2.5 Pitch Bend Pitch Bend messages are received but not transmitted.

2.6 Channel Aftertouch Channel Aftertouch messages are neither transmitted nor received.

2.7 Polyphonic Aftertouch Polyphonic Aftertouch messages are transmitted but not received.

3 System Exclusive Messages 3.1 Universal Non-Real Time

3.1.1 General MIDI System On $F0 $7E $7F $09 $01 $F7

General MIDI System On messages are transmitted and received. Receipt thereof does not cause the kit number or reverb type of the playback part to change.

3.1.2 Identity Request $F0 $7E $00 $06 $01 $F7

Identity Request messages are received but not transmitted. Upon receipt of the above message, the drum module transmits an Identity Reply message.

3.1.3 Identity Reply $F0 $7E $7F $06 $02 $43 $00 $41 $5B $06 $00 $00 $00 $7F $F7

Identity Reply messages are transmitted but not received.

3.2 Universal Real Time 3.2.1 MIDI Master Volume

$F0 $7F $7F $04 $01 $XX $mm $F7

Volume messages are received but not transmitted. $XX is ignored. $mm represents the volume data. MIDI Master.

3.3 Parameter Change 3.3.1 XG System On

$F0 $43 $10 $4C $00 $00 $7E $00 $F7

XG System On messages are received but not transmitted. Upon receipt of an XG System On message, the drum module acts in the same way as if a General MIDI System On message had been received.

4 System Real Time Messages 4.1 Timing Clock

Timing Clock messages are transmitted but not received.

4.2 Start & Stop Start and Stop messages are transmitted but not received.

4.3 Active Sensing Reception: If, following receipt of an Active Sensing message, no subsequent MIDI data is received for approximately 300 milliseconds, the drum module will mute all voices currently playing.

Transmission: The drum module constantly transmits Active Sensing messages at intervals within approximately 300 milliseconds.

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MIDI Implemantation Chart YAMAHA [ Electronic Drum Kit ] Date :12-Jan-2018

Model DTX402K/432K/452K MIDI Implementation Chart Version : 1.0

Transmitted Recognized Remarks

Function...

Basic Default 1 - 16 1 - 16 Channel Changed x x

Default x 3 Mode Messages x x Altered ************** x

Note 0 - 127 0 - 127 Number : True voice ************** 0 - 127

Velocity Note ON o 9nH,v=1-127 o 9nH,v=1-127 Note OFF x 9nH,v=0 x

After Key's o x Touch Ch's x x

Pitch Bend x o

0,32 x o Bank Select 4 o x 1,5,7,10,11 x o 6,38 x o Data Entry Control 64-66 x o 71-74 x o Change 91,93 x o Effect Depth

100,101 x o RPN LSB,MSB 96,97 x o RPN Inc/Dec

Prog x o 0 - 127 Change : True # **************

System Exclusive o o

: Song Pos. x x Common : Song Sel. x x : Tune x x

System : Clock o x

Notes:

Real Time: Commands o x

:All Sound Off x o(120,126,127) Aux :Reset All Cntrls x o(121) :Local ON/OFF x x Mes- :All Notes OFF x o(123-125) sages:Active Sense o o :Reset x x

Mode 1 : OMNI ON , POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON ,MONO o : Yes Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4 : OMNI OFF,MONO x : No

Manual Development Group 2018 Yamaha Corporation

Published 04/2018 PO-A0

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