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When connected to a computer, for example, your DTX502 can send and receive song, audio, and kit data; in addition, it can also output the MIDI performance data produced by playing the pads. Meanwhile, when connected to an iPad or iPhone, you can use your DTX502 in many fun ways together with smart-device apps from the Yamaha web site (http://www. yamaha. com/). NOTE • Refer to Connecting to a Computer from the Owner’s Manual for details on how to connect your DTX502 to a computer. • You cannot simultaneously connect your DTX502 to a computer and to an iPad or iPhone. Keyword Searching If viewing this document using Adobe® Reader®, you can enter keywords into the Find text box in the toolbar to quickly and conveniently search for them within the text. NOTE You can download the latest version of Adobe® Reader® from the following web page. http://www. adobe. com/products/reader/ Illustrations & Trademarks • The illustrations and screens shown in this manual are for instructional purposes only and may differ somewhat for your particular setup. • The company names and product names used in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. 1 DTX502 Reference Manual EN Transferring Song, Audio & Kit Data Using the free Yamaha application Musicsoft Downloader, you can easily exchange the following types of data between a DTX502 and a computer connected via a USB cable. • Song data (SMF) Move drum performances recorded on your DTX502 to a computer or transfer song data (SMF) created using other devices to the drum trigger module. • Audio data (WAV or AIFF) Transfer percussion instrument samples, effect sounds, or other types of audio data to your DTX502 so that you can play them using the pads...
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