View Single Post
Old 1st October 2019
There are short cuts to getting through the long sample list to find the sample you want, but I agree, Roland haven't made it easy.
In addition, for some other products Roland have developed a desktop APP, so you can simply drag samples on to your pads. They really SHOULD have done that for the TM-6 Pro.
I think the thing is to have the pdf manual open as you work, and also download the extensive sample list. Once you've customised a couple of kits it becomes more second nature and you speed up, at least that's what I found.
At the end of the day, using it as a hybrid tool (as you are), it's extremely flexible and creative. You can really take it a long way from the basic pre-set kits you get when you buy it.