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If it is a drum machine, why have you posted this query under Cameras ? You may get more help posting it under musical (and I use the term loosely) instruments.

Roland DR-3 -... | Answered on Nov 13, 2017


As this appears to be a musical instrument not a camera, further information may be forthcoming if you post this query in a forum dealing with such items.

Roland Cameras | Answered on Jan 17, 2017


Save up and employ a real drummer. We're quite cheap to run, needing just Newkie Brown and copious kebabs to perform for hours every night.

Roland DR-3 -... | Answered on Jul 19, 2016


This should definitely do it. I think the style you want is one of the kicks which are k01 through k09 I think.

You need to setup your own style etc as follows:

Select a Number for the Style You Are Creating
Make the Settings for the New Style
Record the Patterns
(Realtime Recording/Step Recording)
Check the Created Style
- Set the Tempo
- Set the Beat
- Set Up the Drum Kit
- Set VARIATION [MUTE]
- Make the TSC Settings
- Determine the Number of Measures for Each Pattern
(These settings can be changed after the patterns are
recorded.)
- Record the Drum Part
- Record the Bass Part
- Change Dynamics to the Sounds (Velocity Edit)
- Transpose the Bass Part
- Edit the Settings

- Name the Style

Roland DR-3 -... | Answered on Sep 18, 2011


Need to order this replacement part, or for repair issues, please contact Customer Support at (323) 890-3740.

Here the User Manual DR-880.pdf and other details in "this link"

Hope this helps.

Roland DR880 | Answered on Aug 02, 2011


1. Switch on
2. Press 'Edit'
3. Press 'Enter'
4. Screen will display 'Output: Drum'
5. Turn wheel to select either 'All', 'Drum' or 'Bass' SELECT DRUM then exit back to start.

Roland DR-3 -... | Answered on Jan 07, 2011


Pinch Roller errors mean that the location of one or more of the pinch rollers is not correct. To fix the problem, simply try raising the pinch roller levers and move the pinch rollers to their proper positions above the grit rollers.
Reposition the material to match position with new adjustment. If you still get the error, then is the left grip roller that is not centered over the girt roller.
Also Ensure that you are setting the base point immediately to the right of the crop mark (it should have a rectangle on it).
If you are still getting this error you will need to ensure that the roller sensor magnets are still connected. Right behind the roller is a small rectangular magnet. After years of use this
magnet missing the magnet is missing the unit will need to go in for repair.
In that case call the Roland support number found on the user manual.

Roland DR880 | Answered on Oct 18, 2010


need to find where the back light is it may be part of the display if it is replace the display.


thanks


Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/edwy_1a56970cf1ea4620

Roland DR880 | Answered on Aug 19, 2009


The Steps

1. Go to: http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man and download the manual in PDF format.

2. Open the file in Adobe 9.0.0.

3. Choose File --> Save as Text...

4. You now have a fully editable copy of the User Manual.

OR...

1. Go to: http://somepdf.com/ and download the "free" PDF to Word converter program.

2. Install the program (be sure to scan download for viruses before installation).

3. Run the program and follow the prompts to covert your file. This program will attempt to keep all images and formatting intact when converting, unlike the above mentioned process.

Good luck!

OpenSource13



Roland DR-3 -... | Answered on Apr 05, 2009


Follow the instructions in the manual, or caontact the mfr.

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