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  1. questionWhat are the KIT/PAD Settings in the trapKAT?
    Making changes to the KIT/PAD settings in your trapKAT is just as easy as the changes to your GLOBAL settings.  The KIT/PAD changes you can make range from Kit Name to Pad Gate Time and are s ...

  2. questionWhat is a Channel in the trapKAT?
    In MIDI there are 16 Channels.  A MIDI Channel is like a phone number.  For two instruments to communicate, they must talk over the same Channel.  This is very much like communicati ...

  3. questionWhat is the trapKAT a Controller?
    A MIDI Controller is a device whose purpose is to control other MIDI devices (as opposed to a Sound Source whose job is to be controlled).  Generally, a Controller is the Interface device whi ...

  4. questionWhat is a Data Dump?
    The internal data information that a musical instrument sends out so that you can save its settings on a back up system.

  5. questionWhat does Default mean?
    The standard, customary, or “safe” value for a given setting.

  6. questionWhat are Dynamics?
    A measure of how hard or softly you are playing with your sticks.

  7. questionWhat is Editing?
    The act of changing the settings in a device.

  8. questionWhat is Gate Time?
    The length of time that a Note sounds as sent by the trapKAT.  It is the length of time the trapKAT waits after it sends a Note On, before it sends a Note Off.  Many drum machines ignore ...

  9. questionWhat is General MIDI?
    (GM) Sound Module:  A sound module that comforms to the General MIDI specification specifying Program layout by sound type for simple connection between MIDI devices. 

  10. questionWhat is a Kit in the trapKAT?
    A collection of MIDI Note and Channel settings for all of your Pads, HiHat, and Bass drum.  Basically, a Kit defines what Sounds your Pads make.

  11. questionWhat is MIDI?
    MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface.  It is an agreed upon standard for communications between electronic musical instruments.  It is simply the means by which your trap ...

  12. questionWhat is MIDI Delay?
    A term which is mistakenly used, by many, to refer to all kinds of delay ranging from Sound Source Delay, to Sound Travel Delay, to actual delay due to MIDI.  The delay caused by the transmis ...

  13. questionWhat is MIDI In?
    A 5 pin DIN jack by which an instrument receives MIDI information from another musical instrument.  Through its MIDI In, the trapKAT can receive DATA DUMPs, Kit changes, and Note # AutoTrain ...

  14. questionWhat is MIDI Out?
    A 5 pin DIN jack by which an instrument sends MIDI information to another instrument. The trapKAT sends out Channel, Note, and Velocity information, Continuous Controller messages 01 and 04 if hat ...

  15. questionWhat is Groove?
    A Groove is a pattern or “riff” that you can select to play for you to practice against.

  16. questionWhat is a Note Number?
    A “MIDI Note” is the number sent in a “MIDI NOTE ON” or a “MIDI NOTE OFF” command to tell the receiving instrument which Sound to make.

  17. questionWhat is a Program Change?
    A MIDI command which instructs the receiving instrument to change to a new group of settings.  For Sound Sources this generally means selecting a new group of sounds.

  18. questionWhat is Response?
    What Velocity the trapKAT sends out related to your playing Dynamics.  A natural response is that the Velocity (hence the loudness) gets bigger as your dynamics increase.

  19. questionWhat is the Screen?
    A display “window” on the trapKAT, usually with information about current settings.

  20. questionWhat is a Sound Source?
    A device that accepts MIDI input and then plays a sound based on the information it received.  Drum machines, samplers and synthesizers are all examples of Sound Sources.

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