Roland DT-1Stock code: 95045
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- Tuition software for V-Drums
- 60 preset songs and 57 basic drum patterns
- Notation and game screens
- Colourful display of timing accuracy and sticking velocity
- Import your own SMF files for custom practice
- Compatible with Mac and Windows
Roland DT-1 virtual drum tutor software enables you to get more from your V-Drums, by providing an interactive learning environment with games, notation, lessons, songs and more. Beginner and intermediate players will be able to explore drumming in new ways and develop at their own pace. This is a really fun way to learn, and you can even import custom SMF files for learning other songs.
Individual players, families, drum teachers and music schools can all benefit from the great interaction and ease of use. You get visual feeddback of timing accuracy and stick dynamics, so you can be sure to keep your strokes are even, your hands are balanced, and accents are contrasting. This really is an amazing way to increase the potential of your V-drums set and give you the benefit of a learning tool that utilises technology to give you the best possible feedback from your performance.
Players young and old will be able to learn new grooves, learn to read drum music and have a lot of fun while they do it. This is a seriously useful bit of software for V-Drums oweners. People looking for computer drum lesson software need look no further.
|System Requirements||Mac OS X Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later, v10.6.8 or later, v10.7.2 or later Windows Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition/Professional (Service Pack 3 or later) Microsoft® Windows Vista® (32-bit) (Service Pack 2 or later) Microsoft® Windows® 7 (32-bit/64-bit) (Service Pack 1 or later) * The V-Drums Tutor DT-1 is a 32-bit application only, but it can run on 64-bit versions of Windows 7. * This product does not support Windows XP Media Center Edition/Professional x64 Edition, Windows Vista (64-bit). * This software cannot be used in a virtual Windows environment, such as Windows XP Mode (Virtual Windows XP) or Virtual PC. General Requirements Intel® Core™2 Duo processor/2 GHz or higher * This software does not support Power PC Mac. 2 GB or more 300 MB or more of free space|
|Screen||Drum Notation Screen, Game Screen|
|Preset Pattern||Preset Song: 60 Exercise pattern: 57|
|Tempo||Quarter note = 20 to 250|
|Notes that can be shown in the Notation Area||Values: longer than 16th note triplets Velocity: 20 or greater Note number: corresponds to the pads of the V-Drums series MIDI channel: 10|
|Playable Song Files||Format: Standard MIDI Files (Format 0/1) Number of Measures: 999 or less Number of Events: 99,999 or less Resolution: 24 ticks per quarter note or more|
|Package Contents||DT-1 V-Drum Tutor CD-ROM Quick Start Guide|
|Additional Information||* A Roland V-Drums series drum set is required in order to use this software. - V-Drums module with a USB COMPUTER port: USB 2.0 cable is required. * Use a computer with a USB port that support USB 2.0 Hi-Speed. * If your V-Drums module does not have USB audio functionality, an audio cable is required. If using your COMPUTER does not have an audio output: Audio interface or Sound Card is required. -V-Drums module without a USB COMPUTER port: A MIDI Interface and an audio cable are required. * If using your COMPUTER dose not have an audio output: Audio interface or Sound Card is required. * A DVD-ROM or CD-ROM Drive is required in order to install this software. * Apple Mac computers running Microsoft Windows are not supported. * Although Roland has tested numerous configurations, and has determined that on average, a computer system similar to that described above will permit normal operation of the V-Drums Tutor DT-1 Applications, Roland cannot guarantee that a given computer can be used satisfactorily with the V-Drums Tutor DT-1 Applications based solely on the fact that it meets the above requirements. This is because there are too many other variables that may influence the processing environment, including differences in motherboard design and the particular combination of other devices involved.|