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Rhythm Coach

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Q.How does the RMP-3 generate sound?


When you strike the RMP-3's mesh head with sticks or brushes, ・・・

Q.How does the Rhythm Coach function differ between the RMP-5 / RMP-3 / TD-3 / DB-90 / RMP-1?


The following table shows the differences in the Rhythm Coach ・・・

Q.Can I use the MH-8 replacement mesh head with the RMP-3 / RMP-5?


The MH-8 is incompatible with the RMP-3 / RMP-5. ・・・

Q.How should I adjust the tension of the RMP-3's mesh head?


The RMP-3's mesh head is shipped in a loosened state to ・・・

Q.Can I adjust the RMP-3's metronome sound?


The RMP-3's metronome sound is output from the internal ・・・

Q.Can I use brushes when I play the RMP-3?


Yes, you can. However, only nylon brushes should be used. ・・・

Q.What is the RMP-3's Time Check scoring function?


The RMP-3's Time Check function is designed to develop good ・・・

Q.What kinds of practice exercises does the RMP-3's Rhythm Coach function provide?


The following five rhythmic training variations are available ・・・

Q.How does the RMP-3's Rhythm Coach function compare to that found in the RMP-1 and TD-3?


The RMP-3's Rhythm Coach has the following new functions that ・・・

Q.If I use the RMP-5 / RMP-3 by itself, without it being connected to headphones or an external audio system, what kind of metronome sound can I get?


The RMP-5 and RMP-3 units have an internal mini-speaker that ・・・

Q.One of the metronome mode patterns ("rhythm styles") on the TU-80 / RMP-3 / RMP-1 is called "Clave." What rhythm is this?


Clave is a basic rhythm pattern found in Latin music (Soso, ・・・

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