Before running this software, please confirm the tone version used by PD705.
Open PD705, press "SETUP" button to enter the setting interface, select the version to view, the interface is as follows.
Please make sure the Firmware version is 2.02 or above.
Open the software WaveManager, the interface is as follows.
How to use.
A: Create a user drum group
1 . Open the software. When you open the software, the default state is New Drum Kit Profile, and create an empty drum kit with the drum kit name
2 . Click on the New Kit icon, enter the new kit name in the pop-up box and click "OK" to finish creating a new kit.
If you want to create more drum kits, continue to click the New Kit icon (up to 20 user kits can be created).
3. Modify the name of the new drum set. Double click on the user to modify the drum set name as desired. As shown below.
4. If you need to adjust the drum set order, you can do so by using the "Move Up" and "Move Down" icons in the drum set list. You can also delete unwanted drum sets by using the "Delete" icon.
B: Creating a User Tone Group
1. Create a new User Group
a. Click the "New Tone Group" icon in the Tone List to bring up the Create Tone Group window, enter the tone group name (duplicate tone group name and tone group name are prohibited).
Enter the group name (duplicate group name and group name is not allowed), click "Confirm" to complete the creation and the "Select file to add" selection box will pop up.
box, add the sound files that you want to add to this group (you can select more than one). If you cancel the Select File action, the new drum
group name will fail to be created by default and the group will be deleted from the list.
b. In the Tone List area, click the right mouse button to bring up the context menu bar and click Add Tone Group Name to create a new tone group.
2. Adding a User Tone File
First, select the tone group in the Tone List (select the tone group to which you want to add the tone file), and then click
Click on the "Add Tone File" icon in the Tone List to bring up the file selection window.
Select the type of file to add, you can add a tone file, hppd file. Select the tone file you want to add (you can select more than one) or Click the "Open" button in the file selection window to complete the addition.
3. Expanding the Tone List
Click the triangle symbol in front of "Tone Group" in the Tone List drop-down list, as follows.
At this point, the list of tones will be expanded and you will see the tones you just added, as follows.
Tip: You can double click "mySound" to modify the sound group name, this grouping is only for the convenience of the user to manage the sound, it does not affect the drum set configuration.
This grouping is only for user-friendly sound management, it does not affect drum set configuration. You can also double click on the sound name to modify the sound name, the modified sound name will be shown in the PD705 sound
The modified sound name will be displayed in the PD705's sound list in the future.
Import files can support a variety of audio formats, not only individual sound files, but also PD705 export files
(*.hppd), which can contain multiple timbre files and can also contain preset timbres (only
This type of file can contain multiple timbres, and can also contain preset timbres (only the preset timbre name is included, not the timbre data, so when using preset timbres, make sure that the version of the imported preset timbre
When using preset tones, make sure that the version of the imported preset tone is the same as the version of the PD705 tone being used).
4.Setting the PAD Tones
Select a tone in the Tones list, hold down the left mouse button, and drag it to the appropriate PAD, as follows.
If you are not satisfied with the current set, you can use the "Clear All" button to clear all the PAD settings in the current set.
If you are not satisfied with the current drum set, you can use the "Clear All" button to clear all PAD settings in the current drum set.
*If you are not satisfied with the current PAD, you can use the "Clear All" button to clear all PAD settings in the current kit.
Generate Download Data
After you have set up all the drum set information, click the "Export" icon on the software, a progress bar will pop up when the data is generated.
When finished, the "Done" dialog box will pop up and indicate the location of the generated data. The user can then send the generated file (pad
The user can copy the generated file (pad -content.hppd) to the root directory of the USB stick, and then use the USB stick to import the data into PD705.
Note that the file name of the imported file (pad -content.hppd) cannot be modified, if modified, the PD705 will not recognize the downloaded file.
Tip: The file generated on the software (pad-content.hppd) can be customized (i.e. change pad-content.hppd to myHppdFile.hppd).
However, when you want to import myHppdFile.hppd into PD705, you need to change the name of myHppdFile.hppd to myHppdFile.hppd.
into PD705, you need to change myHppdFile.hppd back to pad-content.hppd, because PD705 device currently only recognizes one kind of file name (pad-content.hppd).
because the PD705 device currently only recognizes one file name (pad-content.hppd)
C: Creating a midi group
As shown in the figure, currently in the sound list, click the midi button to switch to the midi list
1. Creating a midi group and adding a midi file is similar to creating a tone group and adding a tone file. See serial number B for details.
2. Set up midi in PAD
Select a midi in the midi list, hold down the left mouse button, and drag it to the corresponding PAD
*PAD1-PAD9 only supports setting a midi in one PAD.
All" button to clear the PAD settings in the current kit.
D: Search function
1. Search for the location of the target tone/midi file in the current Tone List/Midi List.
Enter the name of the target tone/midi (you can enter part of the target tone) and click the "Enter" button to search.
Click the up/down arrow keys on the keyboard to search for the location of the target tone/midi.
Tip: To search for a group name location, enter the full group name.
E: Modify Drum Set Data File
1: Open the software
2: Import the drum set data file (file format is *.hppd), if you are using preset tones, make sure the version of the preset tones you import is the same as the
If you are using a preset tone, make sure the version of the preset tone you are importing matches the version of the PD705 tone you are using.
a. Select the type of drum set to import.
The user can import as many as needed.
b. Open the file to be imported.
Click the "Open" button.
The user's selected drum kit (Preset Kit, User's Kit) will be imported, and the corresponding timbre will be added to the Tone List. To
To distinguish between imported drum kits and created drum kits, all imported drum kits are marked with an "*".
1: The maximum length of a drum set name is 13 characters, and only letters, numbers, spaces, underscores, and ligatures can be used in the name.
2: The maximum length of a tone name is 20 characters, and only letters, numbers, spaces, underscores, and ligatures can be used in the name.
3: The maximum length of a single timbre is 345 seconds (current version)
4: When you select a tone, you can use the "Play" button to audition the tone, but the built-in tone does not support auditioning.
5: The maximum number of user drum sets is 20.