Roland TB-03

Roland TB-03 manual

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  • Owner’s ManualBass Line
    TB-03
    System Settings
    1.
    Hold down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and turn the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to select a parameter.
    When you release the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button, the parameter is nalized and the value is
    displayed.
    2. Use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to set the value.
    3. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button, to exit the system settings.
    Display Parameter Value Explanation
    CH
    MIDI Channel
    1–16, OFF
    Species the MIDI transmit/receive channel (1–16, OFF).
    SYnC
    MIDI Clock
    Source
    AUtO
    If MIDI clock is being input to the MIDI IN connector or the USB
    port, the TB-03’s tempo will automatically synchronize to MIDI clock
    (default).
    Int
    The TB-03 operates at the tempo specied on the unit itself. Choose
    the “INTERNAL setting if you don’t want to synchronize to an external
    device.
    A.OFF
    Auto O
    OFF
    The power does not turn o automatically.
    30 (min)
    The power turns o automatically after 30 minutes (default).
    * Auto O does not occur while USB-connected.
    dENO
    LED Demo
    OFF
    Species the time until the LED DEMO is shown (default: 3).
    1 (min)
    3 (min)
    10 (min)
    NoDE
    Step
    Recording
    Mode
    OrG
    This is original mode, which reproduces the TB-303’s pattern write
    operation (default setting).
    This mode uses a unique concept in which pitch and timing (time) are
    entered using separate processes, and requires practice in order to
    enter the phrase that you intend. Although this mode requires complex
    operation, it can result in some remarkable phrases being created by
    accident, so please try using it.
    StEP
    This is step recording mode, which was newly added on the TB-03.
    You can enter notes while watching the step number in the display.
    Compared with original mode, this mode makes it easier to enter
    the phrase that you intend. We recommend that beginners start by
    learning this mode.
    Od
    Overdrive
    Type
    1
    This is the high-gain overdrive sound of the BOSS OD-2.
    2
    This gives a basic, traditional distortion sound.
    3
    Produces a distortion sound with both the smoothness of an overdrive
    along with a deep distortion.
    D. Typ
    Delay Type
    Tape
    Tape Echo
    diGi
    Digital Delay
    Rev
    Reverb
    d. SnC
    Delay Tempo
    Sync
    OFF
    Delay time is synchronized to the tempo (default: o).
    SynC
    Playing/Recording a Pattern
    11
    1
    2 3 4 5 76 8 9 10
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    18
    19
    17
    20
    21 22 23 24
    26
    25
    Adjusting the Sound
    Controller Explanation
    1
    [WAVEFORM] switch
    : Saw wave, : Square wave
    2
    [TUNING] knob Tuning
    3
    [CUT OFF FREQ] knob Filter cuto (brightness of the sound)
    4
    [RESONANCE] knob Filter resonance (distinctive character)
    5
    [ENV MOD] knob Envelope modulation (tonal change)
    6
    [DECAY] knob Decay (duration of the sound)
    7
    [ACCENT] knob
    Strength of accents you’ve input in the pattern
    8
    [OVERDRIVE] knob
    Adjusts the overdrive.
    Turning this knob fully left turns it o.
    The overdrive type can be selected in the system settings.
    9
    10
    DELAY [TIME]/
    [FEEDBACK] knob
    Sets the delay time and feedback.
    Turning the [FEEDBACK] knob fully left turns it o.
    The delay type can be selected in the system settings.
    * When reverb is selected, these knobs adjust the “reverb time” and dry:
    wet. Turning the [FEEDBACK] knob fully left turns it o.
    Pattern Playback
    What are patterns and tracks?
    A “pattern is performance data that divides a measure into 16 steps.
    The TB-03 has 96 “patterns” and seven “tracks” in which patterns can be arranged.
    Selecting PATTERN PLAY mode
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “PATTERN PLAY.
    Selecting a pattern
    1. Use the
    11
    [PATT. GROUP] knob to select a pattern group (I–IV).
    Pattern group “I” is selected regardless of whether you select numbers 1 or 2.
    2. Use the
    23 24
    PATT. SECTION [A][B] buttons to select a pattern section (A,
    B, C).
    You can press the [A] and [B] buttons simultaneously to select C (both [A] and
    [B] are lit).
    3. Use the
    19
    PATTERN [1]–[8] buttons to select a pattern.
    Playing patterns consecutively
    When selecting a pattern, you can select multiple patterns by pressing two buttons at the same time. The
    patterns you’ve selected will play consecutively. The currently-playing pattern blinks.
    Playing a pattern
    1. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button to play/stop a pattern.
    Pattern transpose
    1. Hold down the
    18
    [PITCH MODE] button and then press the
    19
    keyboard button.
    Setting the tempo
    In pattern play mode, the display shows the tempo.
    You can press the
    13
    [TEMPO] button to see the two digits of the tempo value below the decimal point.
    You can use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to adjust the tempo.
    Setting the shue
    If you long-press the
    13
    [TEMPO] button, the shue value is displayed.
    You can set the shue setting by holding down the
    13
    [TEMPO] button and turning the
    14
    [VALUE] knob
    (-50–0–50, 0=Shue o).
    Temporarily changing the number of steps in a pattern
    Hold down the
    20
    [TIME MODE] button and turn the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to change the number of steps in the
    pattern (1–16).
    * This change in the number of steps is temporary; it is not saved. If you want to save the change, change the
    number of steps in “pattern write mode.
    What is “step”?
    Each pattern is divided into 16 grid locations called “steps. One step is a 16th note long (
    ).
    Playing/Editing a Track
    11
    1
    2 3 4 5 76 8 9 10
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    18
    19
    17
    20
    21 22 23 24
    26
    25
    You can arrange patterns to create a track for a song.
    Track Playback
    Selecting TRACK PLAY mode
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “TRACK PLAY.
    Selecting a track
    1. Use the
    11
    [TRACK] knob to select a track (1–7).
    The display shows the measure number.
    Playing a track
    1. Use the
    15
    [BAR RESET] button to return to measure 1.
    2. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button to play/stop a track.
    Playing tracks consecutively
    If you use the
    11
    [TRACK] knob to select a track (1–7) while a track is playing, the next track is played
    consecutively after the last measure (D.C. measure) of the track has played.
    Functions in Track Mode
    You can use the following functions in either track play or write mode.
    Recalling a measure number
    1. Turn the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to specify the measure number.
    Using the [FUNCTION] button to recall a measure number
    1. Hold down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and use the numeric buttons ([1]–[9], [0], [100], [200]) to specify
    the measure number.
    Example setting:
    Measure
    number
    Order to press
    numeric buttons
    Display *1
    131
    [100] 0 [3] 0 [1]
    Lit: [100], [3], Blink: [1]
    55
    [5] 0 [5]
    Lit/Blink: [5]
    101
    [100] 0 [1]
    Lit: [100], Blink: [1]
    *1 When you press the [FUNCTION] button, the lit or blinking state of the numeric buttons indicates the
    current measure number.
    5 The 10s and 100s places are lit, and the 1s place is blinking.
    5 If the measure number consists of repeated digits such as 55 or 33, the lit and blinking states alternate at
    each beat.
    Setting the tempo
    In track play/write mode, the display shows the measure number, but you can press the
    13
    [TEMPO] button to
    make the tempo appear for three seconds.
    While the tempo is shown, you can press the
    13
    [TEMPO] button to see the two digits of the tempo value
    below the decimal point.
    While the tempo is shown, you can use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to adjust the tempo.
    Setting the shue
    & Refer to “Pattern Playback”–”Setting the shue.
    Indication of D.C. (Da Capo/last measure)
    What is D.C. (Da Capo)?
    When playback reaches the end of the measure that is
    specied as D.C., playback returns to the rst measure of the
    track.
    1. Hold down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and press the
    15
    [D.C.] button.
    The number of the measure specied as D.C. is displayed.
    (Segno) indication
    What are D.S. (Dal Segno) and (Segno)?
    If you press the
    26
    [D.S.] (Dal Segno) button during playback,
    the playback jumps to the measure that is specied as (Segno).
    1. Hold down the [FUNCTION] button and press the
    25
    [ ]
    (Segno) button.
    The number of the measure specied as
    (Segno) is displayed.
    Viewing the transpose setting
    Regardless of whether you are playing back or stopped, pressing the
    18
    [PITCH MODE] button makes a
    19
    keyboard button light to indicate the transpose setting of the current measure.
    D.C.1
    Introduction
    The TB-03 is a sound module that uses cutting-edge modeling technology to faithfully model the Roland
    TB-303 which went on sale in 1982. In addition to its compact size, it allows battery-powered operation and
    contains a small speaker. You’ll be able to enjoy full-edged TB-303 sound anywhere.
    * The TB-03 can operate on batteries or on USB bus power. If you are using batteries, insert four AA batteries,
    making sure that the batteries are oriented correctly.
    * If you handle batteries improperly, you risk explosion and uid leakage. Make sure that you carefully
    observe all of the items related to batteries that are listed in “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT
    NOTES” (leaet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY”).
    * When turning the unit over, be careful so as to protect the buttons and knobs from damage. Also, handle
    the unit carefully; do not drop it.
    * When the batteries run low, the Bt.Lo blinks in the display. Replace the battery as soon as possible.
    Using the TB-03 in conjunction with the DK-01 Boutique Dock (accessory)
    & For installation/removal/angle adjustment, refer to the DK-01’s Owners Manual.
    Playing the TB-03 via MIDI or USB
    You can also play the TB-03 via MIDI or USB. For details, refer to “Connecting Your Equipment.
    Connecting Your Equipment
    * To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn o all the units
    before making any connections.
    J
    A B C D FE
    G H I
    A
    Micro USB (O) port
    Use a commercially available USB 2.0 cable (A-microB) to connect this
    port to your computer.
    It can be used to transfer USB MIDI and USB audio data. You must install
    the USB driver when connecting the TB-03 to your computer. Download the USB driver from the Roland
    website. For details, refer to Readme.htm which is included in the download.
    & http://www.roland.com/support/
    * Do not use a micro USB cable that is designed only for charging a device. Charge-only cables cannot
    transmit data.
    B
    [VOLUME] knob
    Adjusts the volume.
    C
    PHONES jack
    Connect headphones (sold separately) here.
    D
    OUTPUT jack
    Connect this jack to your amp or monitor speakers.
    E
    MIX IN jack
    This is the audio input jack. Sound from the connected device is output
    from the OUTPUT jack and PHONES jack.
    F
    MIDI connectors
    You can synchronize the TB-03 with other MIDI device by using a
    commercially available MIDI cable to make connections.
    G
    TRIGGER IN jack *1
    You can use a mini-plug (mono) cable to connect this to a device that’s equipped with a TRIGGER OUT jack
    (such as the TR-09). If a plug is inserted into this jack, the TB-03 is disconnected from its internal clock, so that its
    steps advance each time a trigger pulse is received at this jack.
    H
    CV OUTPUT jack *1
    You can use a mini-plug (mono) cable to connect this jack to an analog synthesizer that’s equipped with CV/
    GATE input jacks.
    The pitch that is played by the TB-03 is output from this jack without change. The pitch is output in the range of
    -1 V–+7 V. This supports OCT/V (Hz/V is not supported).
    I
    GATE OUTPUT jack *1
    This jack outputs note-on/o signals. During note-on, +12 V is output.
    *1 Do not use a “stereo mini-plug” cable; it won’t work correctly.
    Turning the Power On
    J
    [POWER] switch
    This turns the power on/o.
    * After you’ve made connections correctly, be sure to turn on the power in the order of the TB-03 rst, and
    then the connected system. Powering-on in the incorrect order may cause malfunctions or damage. When
    turning the power o, power-o the connected system rst, and then the TB-03.
    * Before turning the unit on/o, always be sure to turn the volume down. Even with the volume turned down,
    you might hear some sound when switching the unit on/o. However, this is normal and does not indicate
    a malfunction.
    TB-03MIDI device
    MIDI INMIDI OUT
    Main Specications Roland TB-03: Bass Line
    Power Supply Rechargeable Ni-MH battery (AA, HR6) x 4, Alkaline battery (AA, LR6) x 4, USB bus power
    Current Draw 500 mA (USB bus power)
    Dimensions 308 (W) x 130 (D) x 52 (H) mm 12-1/8 (W) x 5-1/8 (D) x 2-1/16 (H) inches
    Weight
    940 g (including batteries, excluding
    Boutique Dock)
    2 lbs 2 oz
    Accessories
    Boutique Dock: DK-01, Owners Manual, DK-01 Owner’s Manual, Leaet “USING THE UNIT
    SAFELY, Alkaline battery (AA, LR6) x 4
    * This document explains the specications of the product at the time that the document was issued. For the
    latest information, refer to the Roland website.
    Pattern Write (TB-303 Original Mode)
    Original mode and step recording mode
    The TB-03 has two pattern write modes.
    “Original mode reproduces the pattern write operation of the TB-303, and “step recording mode is newly
    added on the TB-03. You can use the system setting “Step Recording Mode” to switch between these modes.
    Selecting PATTERN WRITE mode
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “PATTERN WRITE.
    Selecting a pattern
    & Refer to “Pattern Playback”–”Selecting a pattern”
    Setting the tempo
    In pattern write mode, the display shows the step number, but you can press the
    13
    [TEMPO] button to make
    the tempo appear for three seconds.
    While the tempo is shown, you can press the
    13
    [TEMPO] button to see the two digits of the tempo value
    below the decimal point.
    While the tempo is shown, you can use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to adjust the tempo.
    Setting the shue
    & Refer to “Pattern Playback”–”Setting the shue”
    Clearing a pattern
    1. Hold down the
    19
    PATTERN [1]–[8] button that you want to clear, and press the
    15
    [PATTERN CLEAR]
    button.
    To use a triplet grid
    By default, each step is a 16th note, but by holding down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and pressing the
    22
    [ ]
    button you can use a triplet grid (each step is an 8th note triplet).
    Changing the number of steps in a pattern
    1. Hold down the [FUNCTION] button and press the
    21
    [STEP] button the number of times that you want
    to specify.
    Example: If you want there to be eight steps, press the button eight times.
    The display shows the number of steps.
    * You can also change the number of steps in the pattern by holding down the
    20
    [TIME MODE] button and
    turning the
    14
    [VALUE] knob (1–16).
    Entering the pitches
    In TB-303 original mode, you enter the notes of a pattern using separate operations to specify the pitch and the
    timing. Enter the pitches rst.
    1. Press the
    18
    [PITCH MODE] button so it’s lit.
    You’re in pitch entry mode.
    2. Use the
    19
    keyboard buttons to enter the pitches.
    Example: In the case of the following notes, enter pitches in the order “C, C, D#, C…
    C C D C C G F D
    The display shows a number (1, 2, 3…) in the order of the notes that you enter; you can use the
    14
    [VALUE]
    knob to select a number.
    3. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    Entering octave-up or octave-down pitches
    Shift the octave up or down by pressing (or holding down)
    22
    [TRANSPOSE UP] or
    21
    [TRANSPOSE DOWN],
    then press a
    19
    keyboard button (Lit: ± 1 octave, Blink: ± 2 octaves).
    Checking the pitches
    1. Press the
    18
    [PITCH MODE] button so it’s lit.
    2. Press the
    26
    [TAP] button to check the pitch of each note.
    3. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    If the pitches were not entered as you intended, re-enter them starting with step 1 of “Entering the pitches.
    * Note that when you re-enter the pitches, the accent and slide data you entered are lost.
    Entering the timing
    1. Press the
    20
    [TIME MODE] button so its lit.
    You’re in time entry mode.
    2. Use the note selector
    21
    [7](note),
    22
    [6](tie), and
    23
    [—](rest) buttons to enter the timing.
    Example: In the case of the following notes, enter 7, 6, 7, 6 in that order.
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
    The display shows the step number; you can use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to select the step.
    When you’ve nished entering all of the steps (16 steps by default), the
    20
    [TIME MODE] button goes dark.
    Checking the time
    1. Press the
    20
    [TIME MODE] button so its lit.
    2. Press the
    26
    [TAP] button to check the data of each note.
    Track Write
    Selecting TRACK WRITE mode
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “TRACK WRITE.
    Selecting a track
    1. Use the
    11
    [TRACK] knob to select a track (1–7).
    The display shows the measure number.
    The pattern group that can be written to a track
    The pattern group that can be written to a track is the group that is selected
    by the [TRACK] knob. For example in the case of tracks 1 and 2, the pattern
    group is “I.
    Writing a track
    1. Use the
    15
    [BAR RESET] button to return to measure 1.
    2. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    Loop-playback occurs during track write. The pattern that plays at this time is the pattern that was written
    into measure 1.
    3. Use the
    23 24
    PATT. SECTION [A][B] buttons and the
    19
    PATTERN [1]–[8] buttons to select the pattern
    that is entered at measure 1.
    If you want to write with transposition, hold down the
    18
    [PITCH MODE] button and press a
    19
    keyboard
    button to specify the transposition key.
    4. Press the
    26
    [WRITE/NEXT] button.
    The pattern is entered, and you proceed to measure 2.
    5. Repeat steps 3–4 to enter up to one measure before the last measure.
    6. Select the pattern for the last measure.
    7. Press the
    15
    [D.C.] button, and then press the
    26
    [WRITE / NEXT] button.
    D.C. (Da Capo) is entered.
    8. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button to exit the track write.
    Making Corrections
    If you entered something by mistake, you can correct it as follows.
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “TRACK WRITE.
    2. Recall the measure number as described in “Recalling a measure number.
    3. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    4. Use the
    23 24
    PATT. SECTION [A][B] buttons and the
    19
    PATTERN [1]–[8] buttons to re-select the pattern.
    Entering D.C. (Da Capo)
    Pressing the
    15
    [D.C.] button enters D.C. (Da Capo) at the current measure.
    Entering
    (Segno)
    Pressing the
    25
    [ ] (Segno) button enters (Segno) at the current measure.
    5. Press the
    26
    [WRITE/NEXT] button.
    6. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    Delete
    Here’s how to delete one measure from the patterns in the track.
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “TRACK WRITE.
    2. As described in “Recalling a measure number, move to the
    measure that you want to delete.
    3. Hold down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and press the
    19
    [DELETE] (C #) button.
    Insert
    You can insert patterns into the track.
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “TRACK WRITE.
    2. As described in “Recalling a measure number, move to
    the measure at which you want to insert.
    Example: If you select measure 4, the pattern is inserted
    between measure 3 and measure 4.
    3. Hold down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and press the
    19
    [INS] (D#) button.
    4. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    5. Use the
    23 24
    PATT. SECTION [A][B] buttons and
    19
    PATTERN [1]–[8] buttons to select the pattern that
    you want to insert.
    6. Press the
    26
    [WRITE/NEXT] button.
    7. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
    Here’s how to return the TB-03 to its factory-set state.
    1. While holding down the
    19
    [2] button, turn on the power.
    The
    26
    [TAP] button blinks.
    If you decide to cancel the factory reset, turn o the power.
    2. Press the
    26
    [TAP] button to execute the factory reset.
    3. When all buttons blink, turn the TB-03’s power o, then on again.
    Data Backup/Restore
    Backup
    1. Connect your computer to the TB-03’s USB port via USB cable.
    2. While holding down the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button, turn on the power.
    3. Open the “TB-03” drive on your computer.
    The backup les are located in the “BACKUP” folder of the “TB-03” drive.
    4. Copy the backup les into your computer.
    5. After copying is completed, eject the USB drive and then disconnect the USB cable.
    Windows
    Right-click on the “TB-03” icon in “Computer” and execute “Eject.
    Mac OS
    Drag the “TB-03” icon to the Trash icon in the Dock.
    6. Turn the TB-03 power o.
    Restore
    1. As described in the procedure for “Backup” Step 13, open the “TB-03” drive on your computer.
    2. Copy the TB-03 backup les into the “BACKUP” folder of the “TB-03” drive.
    3. After copying is completed, eject the USB drive and then press the
    26
    [TAP] button.
    4. After the LEDs have completely stopped blinking, turn o the power.
    3. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    * You can also check by pressing the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button to play/stop the pattern.
    If the notes were not entered as you intended, re-enter them starting with step 1 of “Entering the timing.
    Entering accents and slides
    1. Press the [PITCH MODE] button
    18
    so it’s lit.
    2. Press the
    26
    [TAP] button to check each note. If you want to add an accent, hold down the
    26
    [TAP]
    button and press the
    23
    [ACCENT] button. If you want to add a slide, hold down the
    26
    [TAP] button
    and press the
    24
    [SLIDE] button.
    3. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    Tap Write (Entering Timing in Real Time)
    * Before you continue, complete the steps for “Entering the pitches.
    1. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    2. Press the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    3. Press the
    15
    [PATTERN CLEAR] button.
    The metronome sounds.
    4. In time with the sound of the metronome, press the
    26
    [TAP] button at the timing at which you want
    to enter the notes.
    * Entering the TIE: Hold down one of the
    19
    [1]–[8] buttons and tap the
    26
    [TAP] button.
    When you nish entering the rst measure, the metronome stops and the pattern plays as a loop.
    If the timing was not entered as you intended, re-do the procedure from step 3.
    Pattern Write (Step Recording Mode)
    This is the step recording mode that was newly added on the TB-03. You’ll enter notes, rests, accents, and
    slides/ties while watching the step number in the display.
    Select “step recording mode in system settings
    1. Hold down the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button and turn the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to select NoDE.”
    2. Release the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    3. Use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to select StEP.”
    4. Press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    Selecting PATTERN WRITE mode
    1. Turn the
    12
    [MODE] knob to set to “PATTERN WRITE.
    Selecting a pattern
    & Refer to “Pattern Playback”–”Selecting a pattern”
    Clearing a pattern
    1. Hold down the
    19
    PATTERN [1]–[8] button that you want to clear, and press the
    15
    [PATTERN CLEAR]
    button.
    Step recording
    1. Press the
    18
    [PITCH MODE] button so it’s lit.
    You’re in step recording entry mode.
    2. Use the buttons and the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to enter performance data into the steps.
    The display shows the current step number (1–16). You can also use the
    14
    [VALUE] knob to move to a
    dierent step.
    * Even during step recording, you can play back the pattern by pressing the
    16
    [RUN/STOP] button.
    Controller Explanation
    14
    [VALUE] knob Moves between steps.
    19
    Keyboard buttons Enter a note and proceed to the next step.
    21
    [DOWN] button
    Shift the octave up/down.
    Lit: ± 1 octave
    Blink: ± 2 octaves
    22
    [UP] button
    20
    [TIME MODE] button
    While you hold down this button,
    the note, tie, and rest are shown
    by the lit buttons.
    Note
    Tie
    Rest
    [TIME MODE] +
    22
    [UP] button
    Enters a tie and proceeds to the next step.
    [TIME MODE] +
    23
    [ACCENT] button
    Enters a rest and proceeds to the next step.
    23
    [ACCENT] button Enters an accent on/o (the step does not advance).
    24
    [SLIDE] button Enters a slide on/o (the step does not advance).
    3. To exit the step recording, press the
    17
    [FUNCTION] button.
    * For details on the following operations, refer to “Pattern Write (TB-303 Original Mode).
    5 Using a triplet grid
    5 Changing the number of steps in the pattern
    English In order to use this device correctly, please carefully read “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (the “USING THE UNIT SAFELY leaet) before use.
    After reading, keep these instructions at hand for immediate reference.
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Especificaciones de Roland TB-03

General
Marca Roland
Modelo TB-03
Producto Sintetizador
EAN 4957054509484
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Características
Color del producto Gris
Tipo de producto Sintetizador digital
Teclado, cantidad de teclas -
Control de energía
Alimentación Batería
Numero de baterías soportadas 4
Tipo de batería AA
Exhibición
Pantalla incorporada Si
Tipo de visualizador LED
Número de caracteres en pantalla 4
Peso y dimensiones
Ancho 308 mm
Profundidad 130 mm
Altura 52 mm
Peso 940 g
Puertos e Interfaces
Cantidad de puertos USB 1
MIDI Si
Salida MIDI Si
Contenido del embalaje
Pilas incluidas Si

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