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  1. questionWhat is Sound Source Delay?
    The time it takes for a Sound Source to play a sound after it has received all the MIDI information it needs.  Usually this is about 1/2 to 15mS.

  2. questionWhat is Sound Travel Delay?
    The time it takes for a sound to travel through the air from the source (speakers, drum head, etc.) to our ears.  Usually this is about 1 to 20mS.

  3. questionWhat does Toggle mean?
    To switch back and forth from one selection to another; e.g. GLOBAL EDIT footswitch and Pad1 toggles you between FactoryKits and UserKits.

  4. questionWhat is a Trigger?
    Any of various external impact sensors that can be plugged into the trapKAT bass input. Normally these are foot triggers like the kicKAT, miniKICK, and fatKAT.

  5. questionWhat is a User Kit?
    Kits that are changeable in your trapKAT.  These are Kits that you alter to meet your needs.

  6. questionWhat is a Factory Kit?
    Kits that are always present in your instrument.  These are Kits that we at Alternate Mode generated for you to use with the various Sound Sources available.

  7. questionWhat is Velocity?
    A measure of how loud or soft a Note the trapKAT will play on your Sound Source.

  8. questionMIDI for Percussion - what you need to know.
    The world of Percussion has some special needs that affect how MIDI is generally used for Percussion and Drum Sounds.  These special differences include how Note Offs (Gate Time) are handled, ...

  9. questionHow do I install new software in my trapKAT?
    HOW TO PHYSICALLY CHANGE YOUR SOFTWARE CHIP: Tools Needed:  1 medium flat screwdriver, 1 medium phillips head screwdriver. 1)  First, remove the AC adaptor plug from the back of the trap ...

  10. questionHow do I setup the Breath Controller in the trapKAT?
    To actually use a Breath Controller (Yamaha BC-10)  you should first adjust the two trimpots in the headset to match the following diagram [breath control pdf], then train it. Now train your ...

  11. questionWhat is the warranty on the trapKAT?
    The trapKAT has a limited warranty.  The trapKAT is warrantied against defects due to materials or workmanship for 90 days on labor, 6 months on FSR and rubber, and 1 year on all other parts. ...

  12. questionHow do I care for/maintain my trapKAT?
    The trapKAT is an electronic musical instrument that was designed to take a pounding - from a pair of drum sticks - not from rolling down the stairs.  Simply use good judgment and your trapKA ...

  13. questionHow do I contact Customer Service for my trapKAT?
    If you have any trouble with your trapKAT, feel free to give our Customer Service staff a call.  Our staff is knowledgeable, patient, and glad to help.  Our phone number is (413) 594-519 ...

  14. questionWhat are the features in the trapKAT 2.0 upgrade?
    The trapKAT 2.0 upgrade features are:• Kit Names - name your kits• Continuous Controller Curve - improves HiHat response • HiHat Adjustments - improves HiHat performance• E ...

  15. questionHow do I name my kit in the trapKAT (2.0 feature)?
    You can now assign a name to each of your User  Kits, using up to 12 letters.HOW TO SETUP: 1. Hit Pad #21 twice while holding down the KIT Edit footswitch and you will see this screen. <&l ...

  16. questionHow do you adjust the Foot Control Curves in the trapKAT (2.0 feature)?
    There are now 7 different foot control curves to choose from to personalize the feel of your hihat controller pedal.  Choose the one that best suits your type of controller pedal. HOW TO SETU ...

  17. questionHow can I adjust/improve my HiHat performance/response (2.0 feature)?
    Version 2.0 HiHat adjustments include HAT NOTE Mode and HAT NOTE OVERLAP. HAT NOTE offers an 8 note HiHat feature to users with a hihat controller pedal and a sound module with multiple hihat soun ...

  18. questionWhat is HAT NOTE Mode in the trapKAT (2.0 feature)?
    Version 2.0 HiHat adjustments include HAT NOTE Mode and HAT NOTE OVERLAP. HAT NOTE offers an 8 note HiHat feature to users with a hihat controller pedal and a sound module with multiple hihat s ...

  19. questionWhat is HAT NOTE OVERLAP in the trapKAT (2.0 feature)?
    Version 2.0 HiHat adjustments include HAT NOTE Mode and HAT NOTE OVERLAP. HAT NOTE offers an 8 note HiHat feature to users with a hihat controller pedal and a sound module with multiple hihat soun ...

  20. questionWhat is Cymbal Choke / Exclusive 96 Mode in the trapKAT (2.0 feature)?
    If you own an Alesis D4 or DM5 sound module, you can now get a more realistic cymbal performance with the ability to choke cymbals.  This feature was previously only available to owners of Ro ...

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