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  1. questionWhat is ROLL MODE in the malletKAT?
    When ROLL MODE is turned on, individual notes can be polyphonic if the same note is played rapidly (thus eliminating the “machine gun effect” of certain sounds. Six Seconds after the r ...

  2. questionWhat are LATCH MODEs in the malletKAT?
    Loop Latch/ Group Performance Mode. Set the gate time to Latch. The keys of the malletKAT do NOT play normally. The black keys turn on notes, while the white keys below the black ones turn OFF the ...

  3. questionWhat is HANG MODE in the malletKAT?
    HANG MODE =C (on MIDDLE OCTAVE) Hang Mode is one of the LAYER MODEs on the malletKAT. Layer Modes tell the malletKAT how to control its sound layers. These sound layers are called CONTROLLER ONE A ...

  4. questionWhat is MELODY CHORD MODE in the malletKAT?
    MELODY CHORD MODE =C twice...four times (on MIDDLE OCTAVE) Mode One, Mode Two, Mode Three. MELODY CHORD MODE is one of the LAYER MODEs on the malletKAT. Layer Modes tell the malletKAT how to contr ...

  5. questionWhat is SPLIT MODE in the malletKAT?
    SPLIT MODE =D (on MIDDLE OCTAVE) Splt. The SPLIT Mode allows the malletKAT to play two sounds without having to step on the SUSTAIN Two . Each of the sounds from CONTROLLER ONE and TWO can have th ...

  6. questionWhat is DOUBLE MODE in the malletKAT?
    DOUBLE MODE =E (on MIDDLE OCTAVE) Doub. Double is one of the LAYER MODEs on the malletKAT. Layer Modes tell the malletKAT how to control its sound layers. These sound layers are called CONTROLLER ...

  7. questionWhat is VELOCITY SHIFT MODE in the malletKAT?
    VELOCITY SHIFT MODE=E twice (MIDDLE OCTAVE) VEL S. This screen informs you that you are in Velocity Switch Mode. In this mode, the sound switches between CONTROLLER ONE and TWO by how hard you pla ...

  8. questionWhat is ALTERNATE MODE in the malletKAT?
    ALTERNATE MODE =E three times (on MIDDLE OCTAVE) Alt. The Alt stands for Alternate Mode. In this mode, every time you hit the keyboard, the sound switches between CONTROLLER ONE and CONTROLLER TWO ...

  9. questionWhat accessories can I use with my drumKAT?
    There are many accessories available for your drumKAT controller. Check out www.alternatemode.com for addtional info.DKC - drumKAT CaseDKB - KAT Controller Mounting BracketPower cords - European & ...

  10. questionWhat is the drumKAT?
    The drumKAT is a velocity sensitive MIDI controller with a layout that is comfortable for drummers and percussionists. It is small enough to be mounted on most snare drum stands or onto a tom-tom ...

  11. questionWhat is the difference between the drumKAT and the drumKAT TURBO?
    In addition to all the drumKATs features the TURBO adds...• New microprocessor chip (50% faster than V3.5)• new sequence timing chip (doubles motif resolutions)• additional memor ...

  12. questionWhat type of power adaptor is used with the drumKAT?
    AC Adapter specifications - 9 Volt , positive tip, 500 mA or greater. Older drumKATs also used to have an power cord input - those cables can still be purchased through Alternate Mode (www.alterna ...

  13. questionWhat kind of connections are on the drumKAT?
    The drumKAT has a 9 volt (500 mA, positive tip) power connector, a Breath Controller input, 9 trigger inputs, a hi-hat controller/footswitch input, 2 MIDI inputs, 4 MIDI outputs, a click out and 4 ...

  14. questionWhat type of footswitches can be used with the drumKAT?
    There are basically 2 types of *momentary footswitches - Normally Open and Normally Closed. The KAT KF1 footswitches are the, Normally Open type. Now this doesn't mean you can't use the Normally C ...

  15. questionWhat are the 4 footswitch inputs for in the drumKAT?
    Footswitch ONE gets you in and out of EDIT. Footswitch TWO advances you forward or backward through the Kits that you programmed. Footswitch THREE is programmable in each Kit (options include Sust ...

  16. questionWhat is the CLICK OUT used for on the drumKAT?
    The drumKAT 3.5 also has a line level click output to provide tempo information when sequencing. This click out can be toggled on/off by depressing footswitch 4 and hitting PAD9. The CLICK produce ...

  17. questionHow do you use the CLICK OUT on the drumKAT?
    The drumKAT 3.5 also has a line level click output to provide tempo information when sequencing. This click out can be toggled on/off by depressing footswitch 4 and hitting PAD9. The CLICK produce ...

  18. questionWhat kind of trigger sources can be plugged into the drumKAT?
    You may connect a variety of triggering sources including pads, pedals and acoustic triggers.  Other manufacturers trigger pedals, pads and acoustic triggers should work also. When using ster ...

  19. questionWhat can be plugged into the HiHat/Foot Control input on the drumKAT?
    The HiHat/Controller input will accept a footswitch (KF1), a hatPedal foot controller (connected from the hatPedal Control output with a standard 1/4” shielded cable), the KAT CP1 controller ...

  20. questionHow can I tell what version my drumKAT is?
    When the drumKAT powers up, the 2nd line first screen will tell you the version # and looks something like this... <<<PLAY MODE ON, drumKAT v3.8, Footswitch 1 for, Editing>>>.

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