When the Linn drum is running on external sync, the trigger output will follow the tempo of the sync input. The Sync output will follow the tempo of the internal. There’s a jpeg manual here but you need to be a member: if you have a specific question I. The LinnDrum is a powerful creative tool for the musician, songwriter, or home recordist. Imagine having a Owner’s or Service Manual (each). $
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Certain drums have more than one button e. All higher steps have also been noved up one position.
To remotely trigeer one of these drums, connect s control pad to tbe dfsired triEser input tfor example, snare Js input pinndrumand play the pad. Pinndrum this button defeats the LinnDrum’s internal tempo source and enables the SYNC IN jack to receive a “sync tone” from a multi-track tape recorder for synchronization with previous LinnDrum tape recordings. The tape will load Into the current song number.
Then, while listening to both, add your hi hat pattern.
LinnDrum has a capacity of 98 rhythm patterns. For example, first you might record a two-measure bass drum pattern.
LlnnDrum will “beep” to verify the copy. Whenever the poorly manuxl snare plays from the tape, it linndrmu trigger the LinnDrum’s anare, which may be recorded on a separate track. Tuning controls are provided for snare, hi, mid and lo toms, and hi and lo congas. If all seven lights are off, thia neana a pulse uill only ba outputted whenever the cowbell playa.
The first 42 contain presets, and the last 56 are left blank for creating your own rhythm patterns any of the presets may be erased to provide more room for programming.
Pressing END causes all steps above the displayed step to be deleted, useful to shorten or completely erase a song. The rhythm pattern is now ready for recording in the new length. This button has two functions, BPM: To change the feel of an existing rhythm pattern from one setting to another, simply press AFTER manuak the button directly below the desired setting A-F. So that data on the cassette can be inOejed and therefore more easily found. mqnual
LinnDrum Owner’s Manual
See the section, “Casaette Tape Storeee. The changes may be made by the owner. The rhythm patterns In the neu song will load mahual at the first blank pattern number; the Bong the list of steps will load Into the selected song number; and all the steps will be linndruj to match the pattern numbers. So that data on the cassette can be easily found. The repeating pattern will now be heard, and the tempo control may be adjusted as needed. There is a capability, however, of 49 songs that can be held In programmed incrDoryT each containing Its own set of 99 steps.
All data in the memory or any part may be stored to tape, to be reloaded later, or to be loaded into another LinnDrum. Pase 22 Linn Electronics, Inc. After two measures have passed, the LinnDrum will automatically “loop” back to the start of measure 1 to play what has just been recorded.
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Allows programming of the trigger output jack described below. Range is approximately one octave. After adjusting the TEMPO control as desired, you may begin entering your rhythm patterns by tapping any of the “drum” buttons in time to the click! Contact Linn Electrohlca for details. Initially, select an empty pattern number beyond the pre-sets lknndrum.
When played, the pattern will have a slightly different feel. Include a return street address no post office boxes for return via UPS regular ground tranaportcition. If the output of that track is played back into the SYNC IN jack, the LinnDrum will be able to overdub in perfect synchronization with previous tape recordings of itself. Kow 63 contains Its original pattern, plus the rhythm from 64 immediately following It. Once they are added, It may nou be eaaier to construct the linnvrum ‘song” on LinnDrum, and overdub it to the tape.
When the song playa, it will be aisctly as before it was stored to tape except the pattern numbers will be linndgum.
Beati- per-‘mlnute can be displayed while playing or stopped. For example to “fix” a bad sounding snare track, plug the tape linncrum output into trigger input 1 normally assigned to snare and play the tape.
These indicate different volumes of the same drum and are used for programming dynamics into your rhythm patterns. Songs are numbered exactly like rhythm patterns.
Since a song consists of random comblnationa of rhyttim patterns. LlnnDrum will “beep” tc verify erasure.